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Arabus et Latinus

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Toledo, Archivo y Biblioteca Capitulares, 98-18



cathedral of Toledo.

Paper, 91 f., a single neat hand.

Astrology: Ptolemaica (1r-22r); Hermes, Centiloquium (22r-41r); Capitula Almansoris (41r-60r); ‘Aphorismi Ludovici de Rigiis libri 2’ (60v-71r); ten astrological chapters ‘1. Planeta in transitu suo per loca…’ (72r-73r); index of the volume (74r-89r). Blank: 71v, 73v, 89v-91v.


J. M. Millàs Vallicrosa, Las traducciones orientales en los manoscritos de la Biblioteca Catedral de Toledo, Madrid, 1942, 155-156.


‘Centiloquium Ptolomei. (2r) A te et a scientia. Fieri enim nequit ut qui sciens est particulares rerum formas pronunciet — sin non moventur provincialis hostis erit. 58. Coniunctionis locum quo in loco — tunc eventus erit.’

= Pseudo-Ptolemy, Centiloquium (tr. Giovanni Pontano) (B.1.9)

, without the commentary. V. 58, missing in the text, has been added at the end.