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St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. 250

Astronomical-computistical collection

Pergament — — St. Gall — s. IX4/4

Lagen: (according to von Euw) p. 1-2), I12 (p. 3-26), II-III10 (p. 27-66), IIII8-V8 (p. 67-98), VI-VIII (p. 99-140 unregelmässig), VIIII-XIIII10 (p. 141-260), XV6 (p. 261-278), XVI-XVIII10 (p. 279-332), XIIII 8 (p. 333-348), XX-XXIII10 (p. 349-428), XXIIII8+1 (p. 429-446), XXV8 (p. 447-462), XXVI10-1 (p. 463-480, missing 1 fol. after p. 478; p. 463-464 single leaves), XXVII-XXVIII8 (p. 481-512), XXVIIII6 (p. 513-524), XXX8-1 (p. 525-538, missing 1 fol. after p. 526), XXXI10 (p. 539-558), XXXII8 (p. 559-578), XXXIII-XXXV10 (p. 579-638), XXXVI2 (2 single leaves, p. 639-642), XXXVII2 (Bifolium, p. 643-645

Selected Bibliography: Euw, Anton von. Die St. Galler Buchkunst vom 8. bis zum Ende des 11. Jahrhunderts, Band I: Textband, St. Gallen 2008 (Monasterium Sancti Galli, Bd. 3), S. 449-454, Nr. 120.

p. 146-163 Bede: De temporibus.

p. 164-425 Bede: De temporum ratione. Incipit praefatio Bedae prbi. de temporibus. (p. 166-168) Capitula (I-LXXII). (p. 426-444) Computus argumenta. (p. 445-446) Computusregeln, 1. Concordia solis et lunae. Novem horis in luna, 2. Item eadem ratione. Lunam lucere dodrantis, 3. Concordia maris et lunae. Unius semper horae dodrante . (p. 447-522) Revised Aratus Latinus. Incipit astrologia. (p. 447) Arati ea quae videntur. (p. 457) Alia descriptio prefationis. Subtus terram. (p. 461) Descriptio duorum hemispheriorum. Habet autem pondus . (p. 462) Representation of the northern and souther celestial of the celestial globe. (p. 463) Arati genus. Aratus patris quidem est Anthinodori filius . (p. 465) De caeli positione. Caelum circulis quinque distinguitur . (p. 466) De stellis fixis et stantibus. Stellarum aliae cum caelo feruntur . (p. 469) Involutio sperae. Hic est stellarum ordo utrorumque circulorum . (p. 472) Illustration of a globe position on columns. (p. 473-522) Aratus Latinus with illustrations of the constellations. Vertices extremos … — Explicit liber astrologorum. (p. 523-526) Excerptum de astrologia. Duo sunt extremi vertices mundi … — … decurrit accipiens. (p. 526) Ps. Priscianus: De sideribus. Incipit epitome pheremon [!] id est apparitio siue apparentia Prisciani Grammatici versus XII de sideribus. Ad boreae partes arcti uertuntur et anguis … — … Hinc sequitur pistrix simul heridanique fluenta. (527-532) Anonymus sangallensis. Herodius dicit elicem licaonis fuisse filiam … — … absides eius ultima in icapricorno est. (532-538) De astronomia more christiano. Hae fisicae partes quae astronomia et astrologia dicuntur … — … de ceteris astronomicis conscribere signis.

p. 539 blank.

p. 540-639 Hyginus: De astronomia. Hyginus M. Fabio plurimam salutem. Et si te studio grammaticae artis … — … cum sol ab aestiuo circulo.

p. 639-640 In primo anno sol intrat in arietem XV. Kl. Apr. in hora noctis inchoante … — … ad primam horam noctis recurrat. Diagram of the Lunar phases.

p. 641 Table for the age of the moon on the Kalends of every month within the 19-year-cycle.

p. 642 Argumentum de septem planetis. Si vis scire quanto temporis suum quaeque planetarum perficiat cursum solis … — … luna omnium inferior nouenis accelerat punctis.

p. 643-644 blank.