I recently came across this flyer advertising a talk in Bologna about a fragment of De civitate Dei found in a palimpsest manuscript. The flyer was posted to the Reti Medievali Facebook group and I traced the information back to the Gothica Bononiensia website, which provides some information and a handful of images of the […]
Looking through the digitised Catalogus codicum latinorum Bibliothecae Regia Monacensis (1894), I found another four manuscripts of De civitate Dei: Clm 2532 (12th cent.), Clm 2533 (12th cent.), Clm 3831 (9th cent.) and Clm 4515 (12th cent.). I’ve added them to my list of manuscripts and hopefully we’ll see some images online soon. As of today, my list […]
Today I discovered another two digitised early editions of De civitate Dei thorough the Swiss e-rara portal. These are Froben’s 1528-1529 Opera Omnia and Stoer’s 1596 edition. Both can be accessed through my Manuscripts page.