Contains: (1) f.1r: "Incipiunt annotationes Francisci de Victoria in 4m sentenciarum...(defective text)"; (2) f.12r: 3.P.S.Tho. Q.60. Ar.1 (3 pars S.Thome, questo 60, articulus 1), headed "iste est annus primus mei cursus a magistro soto mayor"; (3) f.115: headed 3a p. questio 84. ar.1o, and at the top in a different hand "a magistro soto maiore"; (4) f.293r: questio 84. De Sacro penitentiae. Ar.1., and, in another hand, "a cano"; on f.324v: Finis T.P.; (5) f.325: q.i. additionus ad s.tho. De contrictione; (6) f.337r: De sacramento penitentiae ex dur., and in another hand "a magistro palatio", then on f.348r "Durandus in 4. Sen. Distinctio 16..."
Unpublished commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, by Francisco de Vitoria
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- ReferenceGB 206 Ripon Cathedral MS 31
- Dates of Creationca.1590
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialLatin
- Physical Description1 vol. (462 ff.) Ff.272, 285-92, 414-5, 446-62 are blank. Some sections have separate contemporary foliation. Rebound in boards ca.1820. A small label at the end reads "Cl.5a.L.4", i.e. class 5, no.4 in Dean Higgin's "Catalogus librorum" (Ripon Cathedral Library MS 35). There the entry reads "Francis: de Victor: Annot: in 4m Sententiarum: Manuscr." Written in sections by different hands and bound up together.
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Administrative / Biographical History
The compilers of the manuscript are unknown. Francisco de Vitoria was a 16th-century author of works on theology, law, and political philosophy
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Access is unrestricted
From the library of Anthony Higgin, Dean of Ripon (1608-1624)
Formerly shelved as XVIII.G.17