Ptolemaeus Arabus et Latinus

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Work C.3.8

Reimbotus de Castro (?)
〈Commentum in Centiloquium〉

A commentary on the Centiloquium copied by Reimbotus de Castro in his personal notebook dating from c. 1356-1388. This commentary may be by Reimbotus, but it may also consist of reportationes of lectures he attended as a student in Paris in 1367-1370, as is the case for other texts in his notebook (Lička, 309 n. 30). The text opens with v. 2 and skips several verba. The original propositions are not included, but the source text seems to have been Plato of Tivoli’s translation (C.3.1.1).

Text ‘(Vatican, BAV, Pal. lat. 1380) Nota circa secundum verbum Ptolomei in Centiloquio. Et inquirit utrum orbes celestes moveantur ab anima in ipsis orbibus existens — tunc destruentur consules regis, quia secunda domus significat consules regis.’

Bibl. J.-P. Boudet, ‘Astrology Between Rational Science and Divine Inspiration. The Pseudo-Ptolemy’s Centiloquium’, in Dialogues among Books in Medieval Western Magic and Divination, eds S. Rapisarda, E. Niblaeus, Firenze, 2014, 47-73: 54; A. Calcagno, El libro delle Cento Parole di Ptholommeo. Saggio di edizione critica del volgarizzamento fiorentino del Centiloquium pseudo-tolemaico, Milano, 2021, 19. On Reimbotus de Castro, see L. Schuba, ‘Reimbotus de Castro, Leibarzt Kaiser Karls IV. und Scholastikus an St. German vor den Toren der Stadt Speyer (Vat. Pal. Lat. 1349)’, in Miscellanea Bibliothecae Apostolicae Vaticanae, V: Palatina Studien, Vaticano, 1997, 287-293; M. Říhová, ‘Reimbotus Once Again’, in Roma-Praga, Praha-Řím: Omaggio a Zdeňka Hledíková, Praha, 2009, 89-98; L. Lička, ‘The Aims of Perspectiva in 1360s Paris: Investigating Texts Written in the Hand of Reimbotus de Castro’, in Books of Knowledge in Late Medieval Europe: Circulation and Reception of Popular Texts, eds P. Cermanová, V. Žůrek, Turnhout, 2021, 299-329.

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