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Madrid, Universidad Complutense -- Archivo Histόrico Universitario, cod. 122

s. XVI1 (probably before 1524).


probable autograph of Hernán Nuñez (1475-1553) acc. Signes Codoñer et al.


Colegio Mayor de San Ildefonso of the University of Alcalá (cf. ex-libris ‘Libreria del Colegio mayor 44C’, added by a later hand f. 1r).

Paper, 159 f., a single hand.

Ptolemaica (single text). Blank: 159v.


J. Villa Amil y Castro, Catálogo de los manuscritos existentes en la Biblioteca del Noviciado de la Universitad Central, Madrid, 1878, 45; P. O. Kristeller, Iter Italicum, IV, London-Leiden, 1989, 587; J. Signes Codoñer, C. Codoñer Merino, A. Domingo Malvadi, Biblioteca y epistolario de Hernán Nuñez de Guzmán (El Pinciano). Una aproximación al humanismo español del signo XVI, Madrid, 2001, 61-63.



‘[chapter index of book I] Hec insunt in primo libro Quadripartiti Ptolemaei. I. Quod praenotio (corr. ex precognitio) que per astronomiam fit comprehendi possit et quatenus… [title] Claudii Ptolemei conclusivi quadripartiti ad Syrum liber primus. [text] Proemium. Cum duo maxima sint eademque precipua, Syre, que prognosticationem quae per astronomiam… (1v) [comm.] Cum duo maxima sint: Conclusivi Quadripartiti proemium Ptolemeus adversus eos facit qui astrologiam non esse scientiam existimabant — [text] … cum ea causa que ex commixtione redundat pariter coniunctae. [comm.] … sed ob rei necessitatem magis particularia conticuerit. Τέλος.’

= Ptolemy, Quadripartitum (tr. Hernán Nuñez) (A.2.8)

. I, 1r-43v; II, 44r-81r; III, 81v-133r; IV, 133r-159r. No glosses.