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Work C.3.9

Michael Foresius (?)
Commentary on Centiloquium, v. 56

Text ‘(Berlin, SBPK, Hdschr. 95) Nota quod quadre de quibus in 56 verbo Centiloquii fit mentio quibus humiditates moventur non intelliguntur de quartis ecentrici Lune sed de quadris diei naturalis — vel ab angulo terre mors advenit festine.’

Content A short commentary on v. 56 of the Centiloquium.

Origin This commentary is found in a single MS, copied c. 1470 by the physician Michael Foresius, who became rector of the University of Mainz in 1500. On Foresius, see G. Mentgen, ‘Dr. Med. Michael Foresius, Rektor der Universität Mainz im Jahr 1500’, Mainzer Zeitschrift. Mittelrheinisches Jahrbuch für Archäologie, Kunst un Geschichte 99 (2004), 143-146.

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Berlin, SBPK, Hdschr. 95, s. XV, f. 181rImages