3. (fols. 115v–116v) De contemplatione
See also Mainz, Stadtbibl., Hs I 48, fols 91v–92v & 244va–245rb.
4. (fols. 116v–118r)
, De consideratione
Excerpts from 2.2.5–14.31.
See also MS. Basel, UB, B IX 6, fol. 1ra–va; Mainz, Stadtbibl., Hs I 48, fol. 92v.
9. (fols. 121v–122r) De tribus speciebus visionis
Incipit: Et distinguuntur ibi in glosa tres species visionis corporalis ymaginaria et intellectualis
Cf. MS. Basel, UB, B IX 6, fol. 8va.
10. (fols. 122r–127r) De gloria animae et corporis et gaudiis caelestibus
Incipit: Sciendum est de rebus sperandis quod gloria anime. et gloria corporis sunt speranda
At the end of the first gaudium (fol. 125r) a ‘Frater wydo cartusiensis’ is quoted as authority, making a Carthusian source/origin very likely.
12. (fols. fols 127r–173v)
, De doctrina cordis
Excerpts from the seven tractates, in an unusual order.
At the beginning a short preface, apparently composed by the scribe at the Mainz Charterhouse, where he states that the tractate De scissione cordis was put at the beginning of the work for reasons of convenience, while in the copy of dominus Fulzo ad Gradus (the Mainz canon Fulzo de Longa Curia), it is preceded by several other tractates.
See also Mainz, Stadtbibl., Hs I 48, fols 102v–147r.
13. (fols. 174r–186r)
, Beniamin maior
Excerpts from 1.4–5.19.
See also MS. Basel, UB, B IX 6, fols 1va–7va; Mainz, Stadtbibl., Hs I 48, fols 147r–155v.
15. (fols. 198v–199r)
, Homiliae in Ezechielem
Excerpts from 1.10.43 & 2.3.8–9.
See MS. Basel, UB, B IX 6, fols 87v–88r; Mainz, Stadtbibl., Hs I 48, fol. 242r–v.
16. (fols. 199v–201v) Sermo de BMV
See MS. Basel, UB, B IX 6, fols 87v–88r; Mainz, Stadtbibl., Hs I 48, fols 88r–90v.
17. (fols. 201v)
, De doctrina cordis
See above, item 12. Excerpt, ascribed to Albert the Great.
The evidence of script and watermarks suggests that part B was copied at the Mainz Charterhouse, s. xiv2/4–mid.
Mainz, Charterhouse St Michael: a 15th-century ex-libris inscription (fol. 114r); fascicle B is identifiable in the older catalogue of 1470 (Mainz, Stadtbibl., Hs I 577, fol. 273r) as ‘VII. S (= secundus)’ and as ‘M. VII. P’ (= primus) in the younger catalogue compiled before 1520 (Mainz, Stadtbibl., Hs I 576, fol. 167r)