Commentary on the Almagesti minor
‘(Florence, BR, 885) [text] Almagesti [title in upper margin]. Omnium recte phantium (!) verisimilibus coniecturis etc. [followed by about 15 lines left blank]. Data circuli diametro latera decagoni, pentagoni, exagoni… [proof] Sit circulus ABG cuius diametri ADG centri D — sit medians celum notum et T oriens quod erit notum per 18am huius secundi. A sit…’
An anonymous commentary on the Almagesti minor (C.1.3) with reworked proofs. The only known manuscript was copied around 1300, perhaps in the region of Padua, where it appears to have been glossed in or shortly after 1368. As it stands in this copy, the work is incomplete, ending abruptly in II.35 due to missing folia.
R. Lorch, ‘Some Remarks on the Almagestum parvum’, in Amphora. Festschrift für Hans Wussing zu seinem 65. Geburtstag, eds S. S. Demidov, M. Folkerts et al., Basel-Boston-Berlin, 1992, 407-438: 419; H. Zepeda, The First Latin Treatise on Ptolemy’s Astronomy: The Almagesti minor (c. 1200), Turnhout, 2018, 88-89.