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Work C.2.26

Barnaba Riccobono (?)
Commentary on the Quadripartitum

Text ‘(Bologna, BU, 1218) Claudii Ptolemaei mathematici de iudiciis liber tertius, cap<itulum> primum, quod est proemium. Textus primus. Explicata a nobis in prioribus communium eventuum consideratione, nimirum quae et natura praecedit, et plurimum valet in peculiarium… Expositio — (77v) fratris eiusFinis. (78r) In caput de… ( ?). Textus 44. Dicit Ptol<emaeus>…’

Content A commentary on Books III-IV of the Quadripartitum in Antonio Gogava’s translation (A.2.9).

Origin Unknown. The only extant MS comes from the Olivetan monastery of San Bartolomeo in Rovigo, whose abbot Barnaba Riccobono (1590-1627) was known for his astronomical and astrological activities.

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Bologna, BU, 1218 (1995), s. XVI-XVII, f. 42r-79vImages