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Uppsala, University Library, Palmsk. 312, 369–380. ‘Palmskiöld’s Fragment’

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Fragment of Paulus Juusten’s Chronicle of Finnish bishops.

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Uppsala
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Palmsk. 312
Palmskiöld’s Fragment

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Viipuri

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Uppsala, University Library, Palmsk. 312, 369–380. ‘Palmskiöld’s Fragment’
1560s
,
Viipuri
Contains the first 18 vitae and a defective version of no. 19 included in the
Paulus Juusten
’s
Chronicle of Finnish bishops
. Followed by epitaphs and other notes.
Pp.
369
373
: Draft for a
Chronicle of Finnish bishops
(
Catalogus et ordinaria successio episcoporum Finlandensium
) (ed.
Heininen 1989, 58–61
;
Maliniemi 1945, 387–391
).
[369]
Pontiffices isti finlandenses meruere ecclesias regere suffulti doctrina Christi
. Henricus. Anglicus Anno domini ...
[373]
... (Konrad Bitz) et oppidum wiburgensem. (p.
374
blank)
P.
375
: Mocking epitaphs of
Antti Olavinpoika
and
Hannu Tuomaanpoika
, who died in 1560 (ed.
Porthan 1799, 754
). Information on the raising of the church bell in
Viipuri
and transcription of the church’s inscriptions (ed.
Heininen 1989, 53 n. 8
).
[375]
Epitapho Iohannis Thome
. Johannes Thome Danice gentis ... (Andreas Olavi) quasi insanus. (On raising the church bell) Anno domini 1561 februarij i vprestes ...
Pp.
376
377
: A list of persons ennobled on
29 June 1561
.
[376]
Anno etc. 1561 then 29 Junij wdi Wpsall bliffue Greffer
. Her swarthe Sture till hörningsholm ...
[377]
... her Johan Rudelnis.
Pp.
378
380
:
Mikael Agricola
’s epitaph. Ed.
Porthan 1799, 750–752
.
[378]
Epitaphium Reuerendi uiri Magistri MIchaelis Agricolae Aboensis Episcopi qui obijt Die nona Aprilis hora duodecima pomeridiana Anno Domini 1557 RC. Ecce diem tristem ...
[380]
... laudibus extat opus.
Epitaphium militissimi Regis Sweciae domini Gostaui.
Ponderat aqVato sVa teMpora ... regna CoLIs. (in another hand, another epitaph for Agricola) Hic iacet Agricole corpus mortale Magistri ... Spiritus arce sedes.
Paper
6 folios
14cm × 18,5cm
Pagination referring to the entire volume in ink (369–380) in the upper margin.
One paper quire
One folio cut out between pp.
374
and
375
. At least one folio missing after p.
380
.
The quire is in good condition.
one unruled column with
c
. 27 lines of text.
According to
Heininen (1989, 53–54)
, pp.
369
377
were written by
Henricus Matthei Raumensis
in the
1560s
.
Pp.
378
380
, mostly humanistic cursive by another hand of
saec. XVI
.
Agricola’s epitaph’s rubric in red. Apart from that, no decoration.
The binding of the volume in which this quire is contained was done in
saec. XVIII med.
.
The so-called ‘Palmskiöld’s Fragment’ contains a draft of
Paulus Juusten
’s
Chronicle of Finnish bishops
. The fragment seems to originate from
Viipuri
in the
1560s
and was probably written by
Henricus Matthei Raumensis
, who acted as a teacher in the local school. He produced another short set of texts containing annalistic notes (
Uppsala, University Library, Palmskiöld 311, pp. 95–98
).
The fragment is included in a volume belonging to the collections of the antiquary
Elias Palmskiöld
(1667–1719), which contains a large quantity of material collected or copied by Palmskiöld concerning Sweden. The material was organized and bound into volumes around the
middle of saec. XVIII
. The collection came to
Uppsala University Library
in
1724
. Shelf-mark ‘Palmsk. 312’ on the inner front cover of the manuscript.
Simo Heininen,
Suomalaisen historiankirjoituksen synty. Tutkimus Paavali Juustenin piispainkronikasta
, Helsinki 1989, 52–55.
Aarno Maliniemi, ”Suomen keskiajan piispainkronikan ns. Palmskiöldin katkelma”,
Xenia Ruuthiana
, Helsinki 1947, 385–391.
Henrik Gabriel Porthan,
M. Pauli Juusten chronicon episcoporum Finlandensium
, Aboae 1799.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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