Unpublished commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, by Francisco de Vitoria

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      GB 206 Ripon Cathedral MS 31
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      1 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.

Scope and Content

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..."

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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From the library of Anthony Higgin, Dean of Ripon (1608-1624)


In Latin

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Formerly shelved as XVIII.G.17