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Oxford, Bodleian Library, Savile 32

s. XVI2 (1570-1571).


autograph of Henry Savile.

Paper, III+137 f., a single hand. The MS belongs with MSS Savile 29 and 31 (see).

Ptolemaica (single text). Blank: I-III, 74-137.


F. Madan, H. H. E. Craster, A Summary Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, II.2, Oxford, 1937, 1109 (nos. 6575-78); R. Goulding, Studies of the Mathematical and Astronomical Papers of Sir Henry Savile, PhD dissertation, The Warburg Institute, 1999, 134.



‘Liber 9, cap<itulum> 1. De ordine sphaerarum septem planetarum…’

= Henry Savile, Lectures on the Almagest (C.1.30)

, Books IX-XIII. IX, 1r- (book division unclear between Books IX and XII, as noted by Goulding); XIII, 54r-73v. F. 4r, 6v, 10v, 22v-23r, 32r, 34r, 35v-36r, 38r-39r, 43, 44v-45r, 47r, 51v, 53, 57v, 70r and 72r are blank. Numerous corrections by Savile.