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Liber Quodlibetarius (MS B.200)
|MS B.200, Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen|
|Place of origin||Nuremberg|
|Language(s)||Early New High German|
|Material||Paper, in a half-leather cover|
|Format||Double-sided; one illustrations |
per side, with captions
|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. 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.
|118r - 119r|
|119v - 121r|
|121v - 125r|
Images hosted by the Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg.
[Digital images available for import.]
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|Transcription||Dierk Hagedorn||Index:Liber Quodlibetarius (MS B.200)|