Beschreibung von Köln, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, Cod. 6

Bibliographische Beschreibung

Handschriftentitel
Liber proverbiorum, Ecclesiastes, Canticum canticorum, Liber sapientiae, Ecclesiasticus - with Glossa ordinaria
Entstehungsort
Northern France or Germany
Entstehungszeit
13c med
Beschreibstoff
Parchment
Umfang
174 + ii(paper).
Format
352 mm x 225 mm
Persistenter Identifier
urn:nbn:de:hbz:kn28-3-5089 Persistent Identifier (URN)
Weitere Angaben
Land
Deutschland
Ort
Köln
Sammlung
Dombibliothek
Signatur
Köln, Dombibliothek Hs. 6
Katalogsignatur
HMML Microfilm-No.: 34,982
Frühere Signatur
"33" (earlier shelf mark, 1r);

Zustand und Zusammensetzung

Zustand
Endleaves ff. 1-4 (or at least 2-4) and 172-173 are contemporary products by the same hand as rest of codex, and must have been together with the codex from the beginning, since the hand that writes extensive additional glosses throughout codex also writes a long paragraph on f. 4v. This glossator's work is so extensive as to constitute almost an entire second commentary; and as such the text on 4v may be considered its incipit, and the explicit is given for the last gloss on 171v.
Lagenstruktur
i1+4-1 (one added at front, lacks original 3rd); contemporary endleaves), ii-vi8, vii6 (end Prov.), viii-x8, xi10 (end Cant.), xii-xxii8, xxiii2 (contemporary endleaves), [2]. Catchwords in lower right corner, usually in ink, sometimes lead; also lead signatures I-V(ii-vi) and XI-XXI(xii-xxii), and erroneous signatures in lead crossed out on quires xiii-xxi; in quires viii and xii-xv, the first four folia are numbered I-IIII; "correctus" usually in lower left corner of last verso, in ink or lead, on quires viii-xx.
Seiteneinrichtung
Written space: 210 mm x 133 mm . Each of the three columns (1 for text plus 2 for gloss) is around 40 mm mm wide, with 4-8 mm between columns. Ff. 1-3 and 172 are 208 mm x 137 mm . 26 text lines written, 52 lines (or more) ruled for gloss (main text written every other line); except ruling for 29 or 30 text lines (59 gloss lines) on ff. 2-3 and 172, although only 26 text lines actually written on 172. 1 text column with formal gloss column on either side; sometimes text is written in long lines or continues across one gloss column. Lead ruling, single bounding lines, two lines between columns; additional single lines at gutter and edge of page to guide additional glosses; ruling added in margins whenever needed for additional glosses; line ruled at top for running titles prickings at edge of page, mostly trimmed off, except prickings in gutter of each page for ff. 2-4 and 172-173 text below top line, except above top line when there is no gloss written above. Scriptural book titles as running titles.

Schrift und Hände

13/14c littera gothica formata (text), gothica notularis (gloss) One hand, same for text and formal gloss within written space, and same hand also on ff. 2r-3v and 172r.Extensive extra glosses added by one hand in a semi-cursive notula, plus some added by a few more hands. Chapter numbers added at running titles and margins in lead. Pen trials f. 4v "Sancti spiritus" and 67r by same hand, "Sancti spiritus assit nobis gratia".Endleaves ff. 1-4 (or at least 2-4) and 172-173 are contemporary products by the same hand as rest of codex, and must have been together with the codex from the beginning, since the hand that writes extensive additional glosses throughout codex also writes a long paragraph on f. 4v. This glossator's work is so extensive as to constitute almost an entire second commentary; and as such the text on 4v may be considered its incipit, and the explicit is given for the last gloss on 171v.

Buchschmuck

  • Pen-flourished initials 3 to 10 text-lines high, in red and blue;
  • paragraph markers alternating red and blue, with pen-flourishing in opposite color;
  • alternate letters red and blue in running titles;
  • 1-line lesser initials alternating red and blue, decorated with one or two vertical lines in opposite color;
  • flourishing on paragraph markers near lower margin extend into lower margin.

Inhaltsangabe

  • Vorderseite "Jaffé, codex 6./ saec. XIII./ continet folia 173./ Liber proverbiorum, Ecclesiastes, etc." ( 19c title).
  • 1r "33" (earlier shelf mark).
  • 1v Blank.
  • 2r-3v (1) Titel: Ecclesiastes 1:1-2:6, with Glossa ordinaria (fragment). Incipit: [V]erba ecclesiastes Explicit: et extruxi mihi (Eccl. 2:6) // [expl. mut.].
    • Incipit: (Gloss) Ier[onyus]. Verba ecclesiastes (Eccl.1:1). Tribus nominibus uocatus est, salomon id est pacificus Explicit: (Gloss) omnis fructus id est diuersarum // [expl. mut.].
    14c Köln ex libris at top of f. 2r.
  • 4r Blank.
  • 4v Autor: Anonymous . Titel: Glossae in Hieronymi prologum ad Proverbias . Incipit: Iungat epistola - Hunc prologum praemisit Ieronimus huic operi scribens cromatio et heliodoro episcopis, ad quorum petitionem Explicit: de hebreo in latinum edita est. Prelo - torculari. Added by same hand as secondary glosses in margins of rest of codex. Cf. Stegmüller nrs. 1749, 2836, 7804, 10261,1, etc. Pen trial at top by same hand (see section on marginalia above).
  • 5r-50v (3) Titel: Liber Proverbiorum, with Glossa ordinaria Rubrizierung: (as running title) Parabole. Rubrizierung: (in gloss column) Parabole salomonis
    • Incipit: (Prol) Ier[onimus]. Iungat epistola quos iungit sacerdocium
    • Incipit: (Text) Parabole salomonis Explicit: (Text) in portis opera sua.
    • Incipit: (Gloss) Prouerbiorum liber non ut simplices arbitrantur Explicit: (Gloss) ac remunerante deo, cui est honor et gloria, amen. For gloss, see Stegmüller 11,802. Preceded by Jerome's prologue (Stegmüller 457).
  • 51r-66v (4) Titel: Ecclesiastes, with Glossa ordinaria (complete). Gloss by Autor: Robertus Wigorniensis Rubrizierung: (as running title) Ecclesiastes. Incipit: Verba ecclesiastes Explicit: (Text)(66r) siue malum sit.
    • Incipit: (Gloss) Ier. Verba ecclesiastes (Eccl.1:1). Tribus nominibus uocatus est salomon id est pacificus Explicit: (Gloss)(66v) more bone orationis, in hoc libro loquitur ad populum iam penitentem. For gloss, see Stegmüller 7494.
    • Followed on 66v by list of capitula for Sapientia, Incipit: De diligenda iusticia / De cogitationibus impiorum Explicit: De bona hospitalitate.
  • 67r-84v (5) Titel: Cantica Canticorum, with Glossa ordinaria Rubrizierung: (as running title) Cantica.
    • Incipit: (Prol) Salomon id est pacificus quia in regno eius pax usque perducunt.
    • Incipit: (Gloss 1) Materia sponsus et sponsa, id est caput
    • Incipit: (Gloss 2) Synagoga congregacio, quod et lapidum Explicit: (Gloss) frui desiderat, ab ipso osculum postulat, Osculetur me osculo oris sui (Cant.1:1). For gloss, see Stegmüller 11,804.
    Incipit: (Text) Osculetur me Explicit: (Text) montes aromatum.
  • 85r-107r (6) Titel: Sapientia, with Glossa ordinaria .
    • Incipit: (Prol) Multorum nobis et magnorum per legem proposuerunt uitam agere.
    Incipit: (Text) Diligite iusticiam Explicit: (Text) assistens eis.
    • Incipit: (Gloss) Liber sapienciae apud hebraeos nusquam est unde Explicit: (Gloss) temptacio tribulacionis, Multe enim tribulaciones iustorum et de o. his li. eos dominus. For gloss, see Stegmüller 11,805.
  • 107v-171v (7) Titel: Ecclesiasticus, with Glossa ordinaria .
    • Incipit: (Prol) Librum iesu filii sirach dicit se ieronimus commenta sit.
    Incipit: (Text) Omnis sapiencia a domino Deo Explicit: (Text)(171v) in tempore suo Amen.
    • Incipit: (Gloss) A domino Deo etc. Quia Christus fons uite, lux uera Explicit: (Gloss)(171r) ut dicere diligentes me.
    Explicit: (Interlin.) Metemus non deficientes. Explicit: (Expl. additional gloss in margin) manus tua instanter operare. Matt. XVI.Co. Reddat unicuique qui suum est. For formal gloss, see Stegmüller 11,806.
  • 172r (8) Titel: Ecclesiastes 2:6-12 cum glossis (fragment). Incipit: [inc. mut.] (Gloss 1) // frugum atque pomorum, quia diuerse Incipit: (Text) // piscinas aquarum ut Incipit: (Gloss 2) // aquis irrigatur, terra uero Explicit: (Text) precederet sapientia stulticiam // [expl. mut.]. Explicit: (Gloss) in celestibus que superiora // [expl. mut.]. Room for three more lines of text or eight lines of gloss left blank at bottom of ruled writing space. This page is part of same booklet or set of trial pages as first four folia (same page layout and size of writing).
  • 172v-173v Blank, except for two words in Hebrew near top of f. 173r .
  • RELi-ii-RPD Blank.

Bibliographie

Quellenangabe

  • The Medieval Manuscripts of the Cologne Cathedral Library. Volume I, MSS. 1-100. By Diane Warne Anderson and Jonathan Black, edited by Diane Warne Anderson. [Digitaler Volltext]
Impressum
Herausgeber
Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek Köln
Redaktion
Im Rahmen des DFG-Projekts CEEC bearbeitet von Patrick Sahle; Torsten Schaßan (2000-2004)
 
Bearbeitung im Rahmen des Projekts Migration der CEEC-Altdaten von Marcus Stark; Siegfried Schmidt; Harald Horst; Stefan Spengler; Patrick Dinger; Torsten Schaßan (2017-2019)
Ort
Köln
Datum
2018
URN
urn:nbn:de:hbz:kn28-3-5089
PURL
https://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:hbz:kn28-3-5089
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