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Logic--Early works to 1800, Physics--Early works to 1800 Codices, Annotations, Commentaries, Diagrams, Treatises, Manuscripts Latin--16th century, Manuscripts Renaissance
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Porter, Dot, "Facsimile of LJS 223, Questiones logicales ... etc." (2015). Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (SIMS): EBooks. 180.
Collection of Aristotelian works and other philosophical works, including works on logic; short tracts (some incomplete) on Aristotle's Categories, De interpretatione, and Posterior analytics; and several works on Aristotle's Physics (including commentaries by Antonius Carpentier on both the Physics and the introduction to the Physics by Jacques LefeÌ€vre d'Etaples published in 1492), this last group (f. 148v-206r) being more decorated than the rest of the manuscript. The beginning of the Reportata in Logicam Aristotelis has a marginal commentary (f. 22r-29v); in the rest of the manuscript, headings and notes are written in the margins.