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Manuscripts

Zürich, Zentralbibliothek, MS Rhen. 81

unit 6, pp. 352-379
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  • Latin
  • s. ix
  • distinct manuscript
  • Continental manuscripts
  • vellum
Identifiers
Location
Type
hagiographies
Provenance and related aspects
Language
Latin
Date
s. ix
Origin, provenance
Origin: Péronne
Péronne
Nivelles
Nivialcha ... Nivelles
Fosses-la-Ville
Fosses-la-Ville
Provenance: Rheinau
Rheinau
Hands, scribes
“Von verschiedenen Schreibern” (Mohlberg).
Hands indexed:
Main hand Hand using Caroline script with Insular influences (Bischoff). The subscription Ego Tetharius scripsi et subscripsi (p. 378) is probably his. TethariusTetharius
Entry reserved for but not yet available from the subject index.
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Irish hand Hand in a more Irish style on p. 363.
Codicological information
UnitCodicological unit. Indicates whether the entry describes a single leaf, a distinct or composite manuscript, etc.
distinct manuscript
Material
vellum
Dimensions
20,8 cm × 16 cm
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  • f. 23ra.34: meaning folio 23 recto, first column, line 34
  • f. 96vb.m: meaning folio 96, verso, second column, middle of the page (s = top, m = middle, i = bottom)
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  • p. 67b.23: meaning page 67, second column, line 23
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Sources

See also the parent manuscript for further references.

Secondary sources (select)

Hoffmann, Hartmut, and Elmar Hochholzer, Schreibschulen des 10. und des 11. Jahrhunderts im Südwesten des Deutschen Reichs, 2 vols, Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Schriften 53, Hannover: Hahnsche Buchhandlung, 2004.
235
Bischoff, Bernhard, “Über gefaltete Handschriften, vornehmlich hagiographischen Inhalts”, in: Bischoff, Bernhard, Mittelalterliche Studien: ausgewählte Aufsätze zur Schriftkunde und Literaturgeschichte, 3 vols, vol. 1, Stuttgart: Hiersemann, 1966. 95–100.
97
Bischoff, Bernhard, “Irische Schreiber im Karolingerreich”, in: Bischoff, Bernhard, Mittelalterliche Studien: ausgewählte Aufsätze zur Schriftkunde und Literaturgeschichte, 3 vols, vol. 3, Stuttgart: Hiersemann, 1981. 39–54.
41, 53 p. 41: “Bin spätes Denkmal irischer Schrift aus Perrona selbst ist aller Wahrscheinlichkeit nach in einer zweiten Handschrift der Vita Fursei [i.e. present manuscript] erhalten ... Eigenheiten der feingliedrigen karolingischen Schrift erwecken den Verdacht, dass sie unter dem Einfluss insularer Schreibgewohnheit steht. Diese Vermutung wird dadurch verstarkt, dass eine Seite (p. 363) ganz von einer steilen irischen Hand geschrieben ist, die sich ihrerseits um Annaherung an die karolingische Schrift bemúht, da sie neben zwei insularen Formen des g auch mehrfach eine karolingische verwendet.”
Bischoff, Bernhard, “Irische Schreiber im Karolingerreich”, in: Roques, René (ed.), Jean Scot Érigène et l’histoire de la philosophie: Laon 7–12 Juillet 1975, Colloques internationaux du CNRS 561, Paris: CNRS Éditions, 1977. 47–58.
Hänggi, Anton, and Alfons Schönherr, Sacramentarium Rhenaugiense: Handschrift Rh 30 der Zentralbibliothek Zürich, Freiburg: Universitatsverlag Freiburg Schweiz, 1970.
51
Mohlberg, Leo Cunibert, Katalog der Handschriften der Zentralbibliothek Zürich I: Mittelalterliche Handschriften, Zürich, 1951.
Zb.uzh.ch: <link>
195–196, 388 [id. 449.]
Levison, Wilhelm, “Conspectus codicum hagiographicorum”, in: Krusch, B., and W. Levison (eds.), Passiones vitaeque sanctorum aevi Merovingici (V), MGH Scriptores rerum Merovingicarum 7, Hanover and Leipzig, 1920. 529–706.
Collection:  Digital MGH: <link>
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Contributors
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