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The '''MS B.200''' is a [[nationality::German]] commonplace book created in or around 1524.{{cn}} The original currently rests in the holdings of the [[Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg]] in Erlangen, Germany. The manuscript is a compilation of a variety of disparate texts, including a series of fencing and wrestling devices based on the treatise of [[Andre Paurñfeyndt]] and the ''[[Das Landshuter Ringerbuch (Hans Wurm)|Landshuter Ringerbuch]]''.
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The '''MS B.200''' is a [[nationality::German]] commonplace book created in or around 1524; it seems to have been scribed by one [[Benedictus Rughalm]], though he was probably not the author of any of it.<ref>Internally dated on [[:File:MS B.200 086v.png|86v]], and both dated and signed on [[:File:MS B.200 164r.png|164r]].</ref> The original currently rests in the holdings of the [[Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg]] in Erlangen, Germany. The manuscript is a compilation of a variety of disparate texts, including a series of fencing and wrestling devices based on the treatise of [[Andre Paurñfeyndt]] and the ''[[Das Landshuter Ringerbuch (Hans Wurm)|Landshuter Ringerbuch]]''.
  
 
== Provenance ==
 
== Provenance ==

Revision as of 02:29, 27 January 2015

Liber Quodlibetarius
MS B.200, Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen
Erlangen, Germany

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Type Commonplace book
Date 1524
Place of origin Nuremberg
Language(s) Early New High German
Scribe(s) Benedictus Rughalm
Author(s) Unknown
Illustrated by Unknown
Material Paper, in a half-leather cover
Size 204 folia
Format Double-sided; one illustrations
per side, with captions
Script Bastarda
External data Library catalog entry
Treatise scans Digital scans (1500x2000)

The MS B.200 is a German commonplace book created in or around 1524; it seems to have been scribed by one Benedictus Rughalm, though he was probably not the author of any of it.[1] The original currently rests in the holdings of the Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg in Erlangen, Germany. The manuscript is a compilation of a variety of disparate texts, including a series of fencing and wrestling devices based on the treatise of Andre Paurñfeyndt and the Landshuter Ringerbuch.

Provenance

Contents

118r - 119r Illustrated version of the "Twelve Rules for the Beginning Fencer" by Andre Paurñfeyndt
119v - 121r Additional devices, possibly based on Andre Paurñfeyndt
121v - 125r Wrestling based on das Landshuter Ringerbuch

Gallery

Images hosted by the Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg.

[Digital images available for import.]

Additional Resources

References

  1. Internally dated on 86v, and both dated and signed on 164r.

Copyright and License Summary

For further information, including transcription and translation notes, see the discussion page.

Work Author(s) Source License
Images Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg
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Translation
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Transcription Dierk Hagedorn Index:Liber Quodlibetarius (MS B.200)
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