Uppsala, University Library, Palmsk. 311. Historical notes
Saec. XVI med. – ex.
and other documents.
and biographical notes by
, another set of notes
from 1548 to 1563
, followed by added notes until
. Edited up to 1563 in
Heininen 1989, 104–106
Annotaciones quedam memorabilium rerum gestarum in oppido Rawmå et
. Ego Henricus Mathei Rawmensis (vt conijcio ex relatione aliorum
hominum natu grandiorum) sum natus Anno etc. 1536 uel potius 1535 circa ferias
Rogationum. Anno domini 1536 combusta est ciuitas Rawmå ...
dies 6 Novembris. (Continuation by another hand) Resignavit anno 1571 factus pastor
... (note on the death of
II: A list of Finnish deities
Thesse wtscriffne affgudhar haffua warit dyrkadhe och tiente
fförre tijdher i Tawastlandh. Tapio heth en affgudh som gaff lycko i skogn ... som
andre hedninger etc. (p.
2 + 1 folios. 13cm × 18,5cm (12,5cm × 15cm)
Pagination in ink in the upper margin (95–98; 127-128).
I: The folia are two leaves of what presumably was once a larger
collection. Part II is single leaf of independent notes.
One unruled column with
. 27 lines of text.
First notes by
). After this (pp.
), notes from
by another hand. Followed by two hands that continue with the
by another hand.
The bifolium and singleton are part of a larger collection of historical materials gathered in a
The historical notes are included in a volume belonging to Palmskiöld’s
collection, which contains a large variety of material concerning Sweden that was
collected or copied by archivist and antiquarian
(1667–1719). The material was organized and bound around the
middle of saec. XVIII
. The two
leaves contain annalistic markings. The first ones are written by
Henricus Matthei Raumanensis
, who may also be the scribe
of the so-called ‘Palmskiöld Fragment’ (
Uppsala, University Library,
Palmskiöld 312, pp. 369–377
), done around
saec. XVI 2/3
. Another scribe added notes relating especially to
A few other scribes added further notes, the latest of which is dated
The notes may have once belonged to a larger collection
of historical writings. P. 127 includes a list of Finnish deities (
‘Palmsk. 311’ on the inner front cover. The manuscript is a part of the collection
(1667–1719). There is no
information on where the two leaves containing the annalistic markings originate
from, or how they came to be added to Palmskiöld’s collection. The collection came
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