Manuscripts

Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 14096

unit part 1, ff. 1-101
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  • s. viiiex / s. ixin
  • distinct manuscript
  • Breton manuscripts
  • Breton manuscripts
  • Cornish manuscripts
  • Welsh manuscripts
  • vellum
Identifiers
Part of
Provenance and related aspects
Date
s. viiiex / s. ixin
Origin, provenance
Provenance: WalesWales

No description available

CornwallCornwall

No description available

BrittanyBrittany

No description available

Wales, Cornwall or Brittany. “Die ungewöhnliche Mischung [mixture of Insular and Carolingian minuscule] scheint in diesem Falle ein Produkt der Berührung keltischer und karolingischer Kultur im westlichen England, in Wales oder Cornwall [...] oder allenfalls in der Bretagne zu sein”, Bernhard Bischoff, Die südostdeutschen Schreibschulen und Bibliotheken in der karolingerzeit: Die bayrischen Diözesen, vol. 1 (1960). Reference is made here to the hybrid script of Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS 572, ff. 26-40, as described by W. M. Lindsay, Early Welsh script (1912): 27.
Hands, scribes
Bischoff distinguishes between at least 8 different, ‘insulesken’ hands (1960). Marginal and interlinear additions made to the texts, which do not extend beyond f. 63r, are usually in the same hand, but some can be attributed to a different, roughly contemporary hand (Wunderle).
Hands indexed:
Hand 6 Bischoff and Wunderle identify Hand 6 as being responsible for writing ff. 63r.11-64r.7, hence including the Proverbia Grecorum on f. 63v. According to Bischoff (1940/1960), this hand is free of Carolingian influence.
Codicological information
UnitCodicological unit. Indicates whether the entry describes a single leaf, a distinct or composite manuscript, etc.
distinct manuscript
Material
vellum
Palaeographical information
Script
According to Bischoff, the hands from f. 63r.11 onwards are in an Insular minuscule script, while the first series of hands show a hybrid of Carolingian and Insular minuscule script. Wunderle prefers to speak of “Minuskel mit angelsächsischem Einschlag und karolingischen Elementen von mindestens 8 Handen”. Incl. Insular abbreviations such as that for autem.
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Primary sources This section typically includes references to diplomatic editions, facsimiles and photographic reproductions, notably digital image archives, of at least a major portion of the manuscript. For editions of individual texts, see their separate entries.

[dig. img.] BibliotheksVerbund Bayern (BVB): Digitale Sammlungen, Online: BVB. URL: <http://digital.bib-bvb.de>.

Secondary sources (select)

Wunderle, Elisabeth, Katalog der lateinischen Handschriften der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek München: die Handschriften aus St. Emmeram in Regensburg, vol. 1: Clm 14000-14130, Catalogus codicum manu scriptorum Bibliothecae Monacensis 4 Ser. nov. Ps. 2.1, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1995.
Manuscripta-mediaevalia.de: <link>
231–235 direct link
Bischoff, Bernhard, “Nachlese zu den Proverbia Graecorum (6. Jh.?)”, in: Bischoff, Bernhard (ed.), Anecdota novissima: Texte des vierten bis sechzehnten Jahrhunderts, Quellen und Untersuchungen zur lateinischen Philologie des Mittelalters 7, Stuttgart: Karl W. Hiersemann, 1984. 98–100.
Bischoff, Bernhard, “Die europäische Verbreitung der Werke Isidors von Sevilla”, in: Díaz y Díaz, Manuel C. [ed.], Isidoriana: Colección de estudios sobre Isidoro de Sevilla, León: Centro de Estudios San Isidoro, 1961. 317–344.
Internet Archive: <link>
334–335
Bischoff, Bernhard, Die südostdeutschen Schreibschulen und Bibliotheken in der karolingerzeit, 2 vols, vol. 1: Die bayrischen Diözesen, 2nd ed. (1940), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1960.
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