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Ptolemaeus

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Lund, Universitetsbiblioteket, Klass. förf. (olim Math. Fol. 1)

s. XVex.

Or.:

Italy.

Paper, 289 f., a single neat hand.

Ptolemaica (single text). Blank: 1r-1v (except title f. 1r: ‘Andreae Trapezuntii commentaria ad opera mathematica Ptolemaei’), 284v-289v.

Lit.

W. Norlind, ‘Georgius Trapezuntius och hans Almagest-kommentar’, Nordisk Tidskrift för Bok-ich-Bibliothesväsen 53 (1966), 19-24: 21; J. Monfasani, Collectanea Trapezuntiana: Texts, Documents, and Bibliographies of George of Trebizond, Binghamton (NY), 1984, 28; P. O. Kristeller, Iter Italicum, V, London-Leiden, 1990, 5.

2r‑284r

‘Andreae Trapenzuntii Georgii filii ad divum Xystum pont<ificem> max<imum> in paternis ad Ptolemaeum commentariis praefatio. Cum anno superiori Ptolemaei Almaiestum ab eruditissimo et Christianissimo viro Georgio Trapezuntio, patre meo… (7r) Georgii Trapezuntii ad libros Magnae Ptolemaei compositionis introductio. Caput primum. De divisione omnis circuli et praecipue zodiaci. <Q>uoniam libros Ptolemaei de motibus coelestium, quibus nescio an quicquam altius ac rationis et scientiae via certius inveniri aut fingi possit, ex Graeca lingua in Latinam vertimus… (20r) Expositio Magnae compositionis Ptolemaei a Georgio Trapezuntio facta incipit. Codicis huius quem exposituri gratia salvatoris sumus volumina librique xiii sunt, in quibus Ptolemaeus intendit erraticarum stellarum et fixarum motus invenire —maius inter observationes temporis spatium exigit quam vita hominis sit.’

= George of Trebizond, Expositio Magne compositionis Ptolomei (C.1.19)

. Andreas of Trebizond’s preface to Sixtus IV, 2r-6v; Introduction, 7r-20r; I, 20r-44v; II, 44v-73v; III, 73v-89r; IV, 89r-102r; V, 102r-134r; VI, 134r-163v; VII, 164r-166r; VIII, 166r-172r; IX, 172r-196v; X, 197r-213r; XI, 213r-227r; XII, 227r-247v; XIII, 247v-284r. No glosses.