... quia a deo petenda est gratia. Ideo Ewangelium ...
. Estote ergo
misericordes sicut et pater vester (Lc. 6:36) In isto ewangelio tria nos dominus
facere iubet. Primo ut misericordes sumus ... Ideo epistula scribitur non sunt
condigne passiones (Rom. 8:18)
Dominca quinta post
. Cum irruerent turbe in ihm (Lc. 5:1) In ewangelio presenti tria
nobis sunt consideranda. Primo populi deuocio cum dicitur ...
ipsum credere debemus ideo ewangelium subditur cum intraret ...
Dominica decimaoctava sermo
. Accesserunt ad ihm pharisei etc. (Mt. 22:34) In
ewangelio isto tria nobis sunt consideranda et notanda. Primo quod unus legis doctor
de magno mandato ... multi non vere sed ficte diligunt ideo ewangelium subditur.
. Ascendens ihus in
naviculam (Mt. 9:1) ... Ewangelium istud in tres partes dividitur. In prima parte
dicit quod ihus per naiuculam in civitatem ...
Foliation in pencil in the upper right margin. A torn leaf is marked 45b,
so the manuscript actually has 73 leaves.
The quire structure is complex and in some parts impossible to
reconstruct, since leaves at the beginning and end of the codex have been
pasted together, probably during the rebinding. Quires 3 and 4, 5 and 6 are
surrounded by a parchment bifolium (fol. 19 and 44, 45 and 71) that forms the
outermost bifolium of a collection of two quires (fols. 20–32, 33–43 and
46–57, 58–70). Fols. 25, 51, and 64 are parchment singletons added in the
middle of the quire. Fol. 72 has been glued to fol. 71. Fol. 70b is an added
parchment slip. There are lacunae before fol. 1 and after fols. 6, 11, 19, 31,
37, 57, 70 and 72. The leaves after fols. 31, 57 may have been singletons
placed between the quires. After fol. 70 there are probably several leaves
missing. Fol. 45b is torn and only a part of the inner column is
Reclamants visible in the inner lower margin after fols.
There are some torn leaves and staining on the paper, but apart from that
the manuscript is in good condition.
Two columns with c. 35–37 lines of text; only vertical bounding lines visible,
although occasionally prickings for the text lines are found in the
gothic cursive, by a German hand,
Lehtinen (1996, 11)
. Possibly only one scribe writing in a
slightly varying script. At least a few other hands writing occasional additions and
in the margins.
Initials are simple lombards in red. Rubrics and emphasis of majuscules in red.
Occasionally corrections and additions have also been marked in red.
. A note has been added to an added flyleaf: “Titulus
huius libri manuscripti (Cö.I.6) “legendarium” minime valet. Est collection sermonum
de Tempore et de Sanctis. Seriem duplicem de Tempore ac unam seriem valde defectum
de sanctis continens. Jarl Gallén.” “Est Collectio sermonum fratris Peregrini
Oppiliensis O.P. et Antonii de Azaro Parmensis O.P. A[nja] I[nkeri] L[ehtinen]”.
The script suggests that the manuscript was written in
. It contains two partly overlapping collections of