Microfilm copies of Adam of Buckfield's commentary on Aristotle, De anima.
Microfilms of Adam of Buckfield's Commentary on Aristotle
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- ReferenceGB 161 MSS. Film 499-502
- Dates of Creation20th century (copies of 14th century originals)
- Language of MaterialLatin.
- Physical Description4 shelfmarks
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Administrative / Biographical History
Adam of Buckfield (fl ? 1300) was an English commentator on Aristotle. Details can be found in the Dictionary of National Biography.
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The microfilms were given to the Library by the Friends of the Bodleian in 1961 (purchased from the Grosseteste Fund).
Collection level description created by Emily Tarrant, Department of Special Collections and Western Manuscripts.
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The originals are located as follows:
- MS. Film 499 - Cracow, Biblioteka Jagiellonska, MS. 726 (CC VIII 14) (fols. 1-40)
- MS. Film 500 - Bologna, Biblioteca Universitaria, MS. 1180 (2344)
- MS. Film 501 - Venice, Biblioteca Marciana, MS. Lat. VI. 1 (2821)
- MS. Film 502 - Paris, Bibliothque nationale, MS. lat. 6319