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A List of Text-Books from the Close of the Twelfth Century

Charles H. Haskins
Harvard Studies in Classical Philology
Vol. 20 (1909), pp. 75-94
DOI: 10.2307/310349
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Denifle and Chatelain, Chartularium Universitatis Parisiensis, I, p. 78.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ibid., I, p. 277
    • Abelson, The Seven Liberal Arts (Columbia thesis, New York, 1906)
  • 3
    Munimenta Academica, pp. 34-36.
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Chart. Univ. Par., I, p. 517
    • De Renzi, Collectio Salernitana (Naples, 1852), I, p. 361
  • 5
    Malagola, Statuti delle università e dei collegi dello studio bolognese, pp. 3-44.
  • 6
    Germain, Cartulaire de P' Université de Montellier, I, Nos. 25, 65, 68, 75.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ms. 385 (605), pp. 7-61
    • James, Descriptive Catalogwue of Manuscripjs in the Library of Gonville and Caius College, II, p. 441
  • 1
    "Diccionarius $M^{ri}$ lohannis de Garlandia cum commento." In his description of the Ms. James inserts " Dictionarius Joh. de Garlandia" as if this occurred on p. 7
  • 2
    This reference contains 8 citations:
    • Bernard, Catalogi librorum MSS. Angliae et Hiberniae (Oxford, 1697), No. 1045 of the Cambridge Mss.
    • Tanner, Bibliotheca Britannico-Hibernica (London, 1748), p. 310
    • Way, Promptorium Parvulorum (Camden Society), III, pp. xxviii, note, xxx
    • Smith, Catalogue of MSS. in the Library of Gonville and Caius College, p. 179
    • Dictionary of National Biography, under " Garland," No. 13
    • Sandys, History of Classical $Scholarship,^2$ p. 550
    • Abelson, The Seven Liberal Arts, p. 28
    • James, Descriptive Catalogue, II, p. 441
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Hauréau, Notices sur les ouvres authentiques ou supposées de 7ean de Garlande, in the Notices et extraits des MISS., XXVII, 2, pp. 1-86 (1877)
    • Dictionary of National Biography
  • 4
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Géraud, Paris sous Philippe-le-Bel, pp. 585-612
    • Wright, A Volume of Vocabularies (London, I857), pp. 120-138
    • Scheler, in the jahrbuch für englische und romanische Litteratur, VI
  • 5
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Caius College, Ms. 385, PP. 199-211
    • Bruges, Ms. 546, ff. 77-83v. For speci- mens see Scheler, 1. c. VI, p. 52
    • Way, Promptorium Parvulorum, III, p. xxix
  • 6
    Ed. Scheler, jahrbuch, VI, p. 153; Hauréau, Notice, pp. 45-46
  • 1
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Joannis de Garlandia de Triumphis Ecclesiae Libri Octo, ed. Wright (London, Roxburgh Club, 1856), pp. ix, 139
    • The Poetria (ed. Mari, I Traltati Medievali di Ritmica Latina, Milan, 1889, pp. 35-SO
    • Romanische Forschungen, XIII, pp. 883-965
    • Hauréau, Notice, p. 82
    • Mari, I Trattati, p. 7
    • Rockinger, in Quellen und Erörterungen zur bayeriscken. und deutschen Geschicktc, IX, p. 489
  • 2
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • John of Garland that he studied at Paris under Alain de Lille, who died in 1202, but the passage in the De triumgzis eccíesie (p. 74)
    • Hauréau, in ,Mémoires de l'Acaérnmie des Inscriptions, XXXII, I, p. 27
    • De triumphis (p. vi)
    • De mysteriis ecclesie
    • Otto, Commentarii Critici in Codices Bibliothecae Academicae Gissensis (Giessen, 1842), p. 147
    • De triumnpzis, p. 127
  • 3
    Tanner, Bibliotheca, p. 539, note d
  • 4
    Gesta Abbatum S. Albani (Rolls Series), I, p. 196.
  • This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Annales Afonastici (Rolls Series), I, p. 63
    • II, p. 289
    • III, p. 4o
    • IV, p. 409
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • De laudibus, ed. Wright, p. 503
    • pp. 311, 414, 453
  • 2
    Historia Universitatis Parisiensis, II, p. 725
  • 3
    This reference contains 15 citations:
    • Bishop Tanner in his Bibliotheca Britannico-Hibernica, pp. 539-541
    • Hauréau, in the Nouvelle biographie générale, XXXVII, p. 569
    • De mvzot cordis, Ménmoires de l'Académie des Inscriptions, XXVIII, 2, pp. 317-334
    • Paul Meyer, Notice sur les Corrogationes Promethei d'Alexandre Neckam, in the Notices et extraits des MISS., XXXV, 2, pp. 641-682
    • Dictionary of National Biography
    • Hervieux, Fabulistes $latins^2$, II, pp. 392-416
    • De naturis rerum
    • De laudibus divine sapientie
    • Wright in the Rolls Series (1863)
    • De nominibus utensilium, edited, without sufficient study of the glosses, by Wright, A Volume of Vocabularies, pp. 96-119
    • Scheler in the jahrbuch für engliscke und romanische Literatur, VII, pp. 58-74, 155-173
    • Meyer gives extracts from the Corrogationes
    • De vita mnonachorum
    • Neckam by Wright, .4nglo-Latin Satirical Poets, II, pp. 175-200
    • Hauréau to be the work of another (Notices et extraits de quelques MISS., I, p. 79)
  • 1
    Ms. usus.
  • 2
    Ms. nuc.
  • 3
    I.e. azuro.
  • 4
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Ed. Wright, pp. 81, 83, 241, 333
    • pp. II9, 241
    • Ade. De laudibus, p. 463
    • Ade; p. 499
  • 5
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Pp. 3, I85, 257
    • De laudibus, pp. 414, 453, 500
  • 6
    P. 255
  • 7
    P. 31 I. Ci. Meyer, Corrogationes Prometlei, p. 658.
  • 1
    Ms. intuecium. Cf. De naturis rerum, p. 94.
  • 2
    Ms. risistere.
  • 3
    Ms. mirabilis.
  • 4
    below, p. 92
  • 5
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Ms. 72 of the library of Evreux, f. 3
    • British Museum, Ms. Harl. 6, f. 150
    • MSS. Royal 2, D, VIII, f. 17
    • 5, C, V, f. 2V
    • XXXV, 2, p. 660
  • 1
    This reference contains 49 citations:
    • nastilus, butun (p. 8)
    • manipulum, fanun (p. 9)
    • calx, chauz (p. 11)
    • antidonum, werdun (p. 12)
    • abdicare, desavoer (p. 13)
    • lavatorium, lavur (p. 14)
    • capus, avis, muschet
    • cippus, cep
    • acceptifero, clamer quite
    • accipiter, ostur, ab aus- trali parte veniens (p. 17)
    • munium, forcele
    • matricuria, custerere
    • subula, aleyne (p. 18)
    • catovolatilibus, cheysil
    • apote et antapote, taile et conreltaile
    • instaura- menta, les es!ors de la mesun
    • statera, balance (p. 20)
    • locusta, languste (p. 21)
    • classicum, glas
    • testudines, voutes, et dicuntur a testudine, gall, limazun (p. 25)
    • serum, mege
    • sero, enter (p. 30)
    • manutergium, tuayle (p. 33)
    • musca, musche
    • rancor, rancun
    • sompnus, dormir
    • sompnia, sungres
    • catalaunensia, chaluns (p. 34)
    • obses, ostage; superest, remeyni (p. 35)
    • odorinsecos, brachez (p. 36)
    • pilus, pestel (P. 37)
    • palestris, lute (p. 38)
    • municipium, forcele, munusculum, benbelel (p. 39)
    • pedagium, page
    • larva, visere (p. 43)
    • rostrum, bec (p. 44)
    • cavea, cage
    • alvearia, rusches (p. 45)
    • lurtisca, lure (p. 47)
    • volumen, parchemin (p. 49)
    • legare, de- viser
    • satirici, quidam dii rurales, gall. saleceus (p. 50)
    • fragum, frese (p. 51)
    • operam, entente (p. 52)
    • primum pilum, baneur (p. 55)
    • cancellus, chancel
    • item cancellus, kenil (p. 60)
    • P. Meyer in the Revue Critique, 1868, II, pp. 295 ff.
    • Romania, XXXVI, pp. 483-485
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • below, pp. 83, n. 4
    • 84, n. 2; 91, n. 1
  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Corrogationes
    • De naturis rerurn
    • De laudibus (cf. Wright's introduction, p. lxxiv)
  • 2
    He says (p. 15)
  • 3
    P. 22: Unde, " Adveniente rota fetet Babilonia tota." Item dicitur (?) bene, Parisius Babilonia vult imitari in fetore suo.
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • P. 38
    • Meyer, Corrogationes, p. 667
  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • P. 38
    • DuCange, Glossarium, under torneamentum
    • Neckam also refers to the Troiana agmina in the De nominibus, ed. Scheler, p. 70
  • 2
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • P. 38, where after the passage concerning oploma printed by Meyer (Corroga- tiones, p. 667)
    • Gloucester (1179-1205)
    • University of Cambridge (Gg. VI, 42, f. 223)
  • 3
    C. 20. Mansi, Concilia, XXII, p. 229.
  • 4
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Rymer, Foedera (Record edition), I, p. 65
    • Roger of Hoveden, III, p. 268
    • Ralph of Diceto, II, pp. lxxx-lxxxi, 120
    • William of Newburg, in Howlett, Chronicles of Stephen, II, pp. 422-423
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Compilatio Prima are 1187 and 1191
    • Schulte, Geschichte der Quellen des canonischen Rechts, I, p. 82
  • 2
    Seckel, Neues Archiv, XXV (1899), p. 527
  • 3
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • The so-called Collectio Casselana
    • Böhmer, Corpus juris Canonici, Halle, I747, II
    • Appendix, pp. 180ff
    • Schulte, Beiträge zur Geschichte des canonischen Reckts von Gratian bis auf Bernhard von Pavia, in Vienna Sitzungsberichte (1873), phil.-hist. KI., LXXII, pp. 481 ff.
    • Friedberg, Die Canones-sammiungen zwischen Gratian und Bernhard von Pavia, Leipzig, 1897
    • Seckel's review in the Deutsche Litteraturzeitung, 1897, coll. 658 ff.
    • Seckel, Ueber drei Kanonessammiungen des ausgehenden 12. fahrhunderts, in Neues Archiv, XXV, pp. 521-537
  • 4
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Stephen of Tournai, writing between 1192 and 1203
    • Pope's name. Chartularium Universitatis Parisiensis, I, p. 47, No. 48
    • Hauck-Herzog, Realencyklo- p⧀aeresisadie 3, XVI, p. 292
  • 1
    This reference contains 9 citations:
    • Jourdain, Recherches critiques sur l'âge et l'orzigine des traductions latines d'Aristote (new edition, Paris, 1843)
    • Wüstenfeld, Die Uebersetzungen arabiscker Werke in das Lateinische, Abkandlungen of the Göttingen Academy (1877), XXII
    • Steinschneider, Die hebräischen Uebersetzungen des Mlittel- alters (Berlin, 1893)
    • Id., Die europäischen Uebersetzungen aus dem Arabischen, Vienna Sitzungsberichle, phil.-hist. Klasse, CXLIX, iv; CLI, i
    • Id., Die arabiscien Uebersetzungen aus dem Griechischen (Leipzig, 1897)
    • Bibliothekwesen, Beihefte 5 and 12
    • Virchow's Archiv für Pathologie (1891), CXXIV
    • Zeitschrift für Mi athematik und Physik, historisch- litterarische Abtheilung (1886), XXXI, pp. 81-10
    • Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenländischen Gesellschaft (1896), L, pp. 161-219, 337-417
  • 2
    Chartularium tUniversitatis Parisiensis, 1, pp. 61, 71.
  • 3
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Chartularium, I, p. 71
    • Hauréau, Histoire de la philosophie scholastique, part 2, I, p. 59
    • id., Notices et extraits (de quelques MSS. de la Bibliothèque Nationale, III, p. 256
    • On Simon's date see Chartularium, I, p. 45
    • Hauréau, Notices et extraits, I, p. 179
    • Monumnenta Germaniae Historica, Scriptores, XXVIII, p. 116
  • 4
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Chartularium, I, p. 71
    • Gallia Christi- ana, VII, col. 673
    • Hauréau, Histoire de la philosophie scholastique, part 2, I, p. 63
    • Neckam's De nominibus utensilium has a reference to the De anima.
  • 5
    Chartularium, I, p. 70
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ibid. I, p. 78
    • Luquet, Aristole et 1' Université de Paris (Paris, 1904), pp. 20-27
  • 1
    Chartularium, I, p. 136.
  • 2
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Notably in the works' of Guillaume d'Auvergne, Jourdain, 1. c., pp. 288-299
    • Valois, Guillaume d'Auvergne, p. 200
    • Hauréau, in Notices et extraits des MSS., XXXI, 2, p. 288
    • Roger Bacon, in Rashdall, Universities, II, p. 754
  • 3
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Chartularium, I, p. 277
    • De anima appears in 1252
    • ibid. I, p. 227
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Paris Chartularium, I, p. 517
    • Rose, Egidii Corboliensis Viaticus (Leipzig, 1907)
  • 5
    Chartularium, 1. c.
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • De Renzi, Collectio Salernitana (Naples, 1852), I, p. 361
    • Haeser, Geschickte der Medizin (Jena, 1875), I, p. 829
  • 1
    This reference contains 9 citations:
    • Chartularium, I, p. 517
    • Rashdall, Universities, I, p. 429
    • Ars medicine with the Ars parva or Tegni of Galen
    • De Renzi, I, p. 362
    • Delisle, Cabinet des MSS. III, p. 66
    • Erfurt library contains examples of an Ars commentata, copied in 1260 and 1288
    • Philaretus and Theophilus, the fohannicius, the Tegni, and the Aphorismi and Pronostica of Hippocrates
    • Mss. F 264 and F 285
    • Schum, Besckreibendes Verzeich- nis der Amplonianischen Handschriften-Sammlung, pp. 172, 192
  • 2
    This reference contains 7 citations:
    • Weissenborn, Zeitschrift für Mathematik und Physik, hist.-litt. Abth., XXV
    • Steinschneider, ibid., XXXI
    • Mädler, Geschichte der Himmelskunde (Braun- schweig, 1873), I, PP. 91-93
    • Wüstenfeld, Uebersetzungen, pp. 26, 63
    • Suter, Die nMathematiker und Astronomen der Araber (Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Mathe- matik, X), p. 18
    • Steinschneider, in Bibliotheca Mathematica, 1892, pp. 55-56
    • Hebräische Uebersetzungen, pp. 554-556
  • 3
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Wüstenfeld, I.c., p. 64
    • Rose, in Hermes, VIII, p. 334
    • Cantor, Vorlesungen ⧀aeresisuber Geschichte der Mathematik 3, I, p. 907
    • Steinschneider, Vienna Sitzungsberichte, phil.-hist. (1., CXLIX, 4, p. 19
  • 4
    Reichling's introduction to his edition of the Doctrinale (Berlin, 1893)
  • 1
    Analyzed by Clerval, Les Écoles de Chartres au Moyen-Âge, pp. 221 ff.
  • 2
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • The Posterior Analytics (apodoxim) was apparently first used in France by John of Salisbury
    • Sandys, History of Classical $Scholarshi^2$, pp. 533, 539
    • Neckam, De naturis rerum, p. 293
  • 4
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Paris course of 1215 (Chartularium, I, p. 78)
    • Denifle, Universitäten, I, p. 758
    • Rashdall, Uni- versities, I, pp. 71, 433
    • Norden, Die antike Kunstprosa, II, pp. 725-726
    • Paetow, The Neglect of the Ancient Classics at the Early Mediaeval Universities, in Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences (1908), XVI, pp. 311-319
  • 5
    De naturis rerum, pp. 302 ff.
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Wölfflin, Philologus, XXVII, p. 153
    • Norden, 1. c., II, p. 720
  • 1
    Abelson, Seven Liberal Arts, pp. 23, 39, note 2
  • 2
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Schaarschmidt, fohannes Saresberiensis, pp. 81-125
    • Chartularium Univ. Par., I, p. 29
    • Polycraticus, 8, 18
    • Rashdall, Universities, I, p. 65
    • Norden, Kunsiprosa, II, p. 719
  • 3
    Conradi Hirsaugiensis Dialogus super Auctores, ed. Schepss, Würzburg, 1889.
  • 4
    Huemer, Das Registrum multorum auctorum des Hugo von Trimberg, in Vienna Sitzungsbericlzte, phil.-hist. KI., CXVI, pp. 145-190.
  • 5
    Aulularia, 400 (p. 41)
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • P. 24
    • Adelphoe, 536-537
  • 7
    Manitius, in the Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für deutsche Erziehungs- und Schulgeschichte, XVI, pp. 38-39, 233-235
  • This reference contains 3 citations:
    • p. 50
    • De naturis rerum, pp. 309, 337
    • Sandys, History of Classical $Scholarship^2$ , p. 550
  • 4
    Virgil, Bucol. 3, 92-93.
  • 6
    Manitius, Rheinisches Museum, XLVII, Erg.-heft, p. 57
  • 7
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • above, p. 81
    • De naturis rerum, p. 94
  • 8
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Manitius, in Rh. Mus. XLVII, Erg.-heft, pp. 78-79
    • Philologus XLVII, pp. 562-565
    • LI, pp. 191-192
  • 9
    Manitius, Rh. Mus. XLVII, Erg.-heft, p. 38
  • 10
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Polycraticus, 8, 18
    • Peter of Blois ( Chart. Univ. Par. I, p. 29)
    • John of Salisbury (Pol. 3, 12)
  • 3
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Sandys, in Hermathena, XII, p. 440
    • De naturis rerum, p. 293
    • Posterior Analytics, if not from the gloss (p. 53)
  • 5
    De naturis rerum, p. 299
  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Stein- schneider, Hebr. Uebersetzungen, pp. 709 ff
    • Vienna Sitzungsberichte, CXLIX, iv, p. 54
    • Rose, Hermes, VIII, p. 338
  • 2
    I. e. Τέχνη. The Tegni is cited in the De naturis rerum, p. 267.
  • 3
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Wüstenfeld, Die Uebersetzungen arabischer Werke, pp. 12-16
    • Haeser, Geschichte der Medizin, I, p. 576
    • Steinschneider, Hebr. Ueber- setzungen, p. 669
    • elaborate monograph of Steinschneider, in Virchow's Archiv für pathologische Anatomie (1866), XXXVII, pp. 351-410
    • Pagel, in Puschmann's Handbuch der Geschichte der Medizin (Jena, 1902), I, pp. 643 ff
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Jewish physician Isaac translated by Constantinus, the Liberfebrium is here omitted
    • Steinschneider, Hebr. Ueber- setzungen, pp. 755 ff
  • 5
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Viaticum was the work of Ibn el-Dschezzar, a pupil of Isaac. Steinschneider, in Virchow's Archiv, XXXVII, pp. 363 ff.
    • Hlebr. Uebersetz- ungen, p. 703
    • Dugat, in journal Asiatique (1855), 5, I, pp. 289 ff
  • 7
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Rose, in Hermes, VIII, p. 63
    • Manitius, in Philologus, LI, p. 171 (= LII, p. 545)
    • Mitt. Gesells. Erziehungsgeschichte, XVI, pp. 251-253
    • Macer and Dioscorides are men- tioned in the De naturis rerum, p. 275
  • 8
    Alexander of Tralles. On his writings see Bloch in Puschmann's Handbuch, I, PP. 535-544.
  • 1
    24, 3, to 35, 2, 82