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Work C.3.10.1

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Glosa super 60 propositionem Centilogii Ptholomei

Text ‘(London, BL, Harley 13) Incipit glosa Hispalensis super 60 propositionem Centilogii Ptholomei que incipit sic: Albaharan etc. In oppositione ista Ptholomeus tria tangit. Primum est de occasione dierum creticorum, secundum de diebus indicativis crisis — et acuta ut de magna causa et brevi.’

Content A commentary on Centiloquium, v. 60 in Plato of Tivoli’s translation.

Origin Unknown. The earliest MS (London, BL, Harley 13), copied c. 1300, attributes the text to one ‘Hispalensis’, while Vatican, BAV, Pal. lat. 1116 ascribes it to ‘Linco<l>nensis’, i.e. Robert Grosseteste.

Bibl. G. Dell’Anna, Dies critici. La teoria della ciclicità delle patologie nel XIV secolo, Galatina, 1999, 2 vols, I, 343-346 and 388-389 n. 554-566.

Ed. Dell’Anna, Dies critici…, II, 128-131 (from MS Vatican, BAV, Pal. lat. 1116).

MSS

Bergamo, BCAM, MA 388 (Sigma II 2), s. XV, f. 59r-60r

Berlin, SBPK, lat. fol. 192 (963), s. XV, f. 79vb-81v

Darmstadt, HLHB, 739, s. XIV, f. 182rb-183vb

London, BL, Harley 13, s. XIII-XIV, f. 229ra-230rbImages

Vatican, BAV, Pal. lat. 1116, s. XV, f. 125v-126v

Vatican, BAV, Reg. lat. 1452, s. XIV, f. 121r-121v