Digitised Medieval Manuscripts from the National Library

Most of the newly digitised documents are medieval manuscripts in the collections of the National Library of the Czech Republic, comprising theological, philosophical and sermonic works. Many of them are related to the Prague university: lectures on the interpretation of Aristotle’s books De caelo et mundo in codex V.E.11 were given in Prague; manuscript VIII.F.20 was written by Bachelor of Liberal Arts Václav in Prague; the binder’s volume VIII.H.32 was donated to Charles College by Emperor Charles IV. Also the mystical treatise Malogranatum, which was written by an unknown abbot of the Zbraslav monastery and parts of which were copied in IX.A.7 and VIII.B.30, is connected with the Czech lands.

List of documents

Repository

Shelf-mark

Title

Author

Národní knihovna České republiky

IV.B.25

Textus varii

Johannes Wyclif

Národní knihovna České republiky

IX.A.4

Textus varii

Hugo Ripelin de Argentina

Národní knihovna České republiky

IX.A.7

Gallus, abbas Aulae Regiae ?: Malogranatum, liber primus et secundus

Gallus, abbas Aulae Regiae ?

Národní knihovna České republiky

VIII.B.30

Malogranatum, liber tertius; Innocentius papa III.: De miseria humanae conditionis

Gallus, abbas Aulae Regiae ?

Národní knihovna České republiky

VIII.C.11

Textus varii, sermones

Guilelmus Peraldus

Národní knihovna České republiky

VIII.F.20

Textus varii

Albertus Engelschalk

Národní knihovna České republiky

VIII.H.32

Marcus Tullius Cicero: Somnium Scipionis cum commentario Macrobii et textus alii

Marcus Tullius Cicero

Národní knihovna České republiky

V.D.1

Fragmentum textus grammatici

Conradus de Brundelsheim (Soccus)

Národní knihovna České republiky

V.E.11

Expositio librorum De caelo et mundo Aristotelis

Stanislaus de Gnezna

Národní knihovna České republiky

X.E.17

Excerpta varia et textus Pseudo-Senecae

Pseudo-Lucius Annaeus Seneca (Publilius Syrus)