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MS. Laud Misc. 197

Summary Catalogue no.: 805

Johann Eck, Andreas Karlstadt and Martin Luther, Disputations at Leipzig, 1519; Germany, 16th century

Contents

(fols. 1r-48r)
Johann Eck; Andreas Karlstadt; Martin Luther, Disputations

Proceedings of the Leipzig Disputation (1519): cf. Disputatio excellentium. D. doctorum Iohannis Eccij & Andreę Carolostadij (Erfurt, 1519; VD16 E320)

(fols. 1r-31r)
⟨Disputatio quae cepta est Lipsie XXVII Iunii⟩
Rubric: Protestacio d. doctoris Andree Carolostadii
Incipit: Protestamur et vbique protestatum esse volumus
Explicit: sententiam non verba conprobat

Cf. ed. 1519, sig. Aij - sig. C1v.

(fol. 31v)
⟨Disputatio quae cepit IV. Iulii⟩
Rubric: Iam doctor Eckius cum altero aduersario scilicet doctore Martino ordinis Augustinensis in arenam descendit hilari cum vultu
Incipit: Martinus. ⟨In⟩ nomine domini amen. Protestacionem vtriusque Egregij d. Carolostadij et Ioannis Eckij amplector
Explicit: corrigere et ad veritatis viam perducere||

Cf. ed. 1519, sig. Ej recto; imperfect due to loss of text; five leaves excised (?) after fol. 31, probably additional leaves also lost.

(fols. 32r-47v)
⟨Disputatio secunda quae cepit XV. Iulii⟩
Incipit: Priusquam in alterum disputacionis gradum descendamus
Explicit: maioribus meis paratus emendari. D. D. Carolo: dixit et ego subijcio

Cf. ed. 1519, sig. Cij r - Diiij v

Final rubric: (fol. 48r) Die Veneris quindecima mensis Julii hora secunda pomeridiana impositus est finis et suprema manus disputacionis per dominos doctores prescriptos et mox subsequuta est oracio, qua commendati sunt disputaciones, duces, doctores tres illi clarissimi actaeque suo ordine graciae et cetera que ad honorificam dimissionem pertinebant, qua mox finita oracione in ipso auditorio ipsi cantores, organici orantem excepereunt canendo, Te Deum Laudamus in finem. | Disputacio ista a me sudore ac labore ex doctorum ore collecta demum erectis auribus animoque et studio vehementi relecta.
Language(s): Latin

Physical Description

Form: codex
Support: paper
Extent: i + 48 + i leaves
Dimensions (leaf): 195 × 150 mm.
Dimensions (written): 160-170 × 115-130 mm.

Layout

28-33 long lines.

Binding

Limp vellum binding.

History

Origin: 16th century ; German

Provenance and Acquisition

William Laud, 1573-1645, 1638.

Part of his third donation to the Bodleian, 1639.

Record Sources

Description adapted by Tuija Ainonen and Matthew Holford (March 2020) from the following source (with additional description of contents and physical description):
H. O. Coxe, Laudian Manuscripts, Quarto Catalogues II, repr. with corrections, 1969, from the original ed. of 1858-1885 [contents, acquisition, date, origin]

Digital Images

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Bibliography

Last Substantive Revision

2020-03-12: Description revised for Polonsky digitization project to include additional information from printed descriptions.