Lecture notes on Aristotle's Parva naturalia, in many cases indicating the date of the lecture. Each section begins with a summary of its argument, followed by running commentary on the Greek text. Greek headings indicate the text currently under consideration. In between De divinatione ex insomniis and De longa et brevi vita, there also appears a commentary on De motu animalium dated to the same time, which employs the same structure as the other sections. However, the heading follows a different pattern, and the whole work is contained within its own three gatherings. Table of contents the title page (f. 1r). A name appears on the title page, but it is scratched out. It appears to be Hubertus Jacobus D... a... The inclusion of Melanchthon among the humanist authorities cited probably means the lectures took place in Lutheran territory. Cover is a single sheet of reused parchment from a liturgical text.
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Porter, Dot, "Collation Model for Ms. Codex 1162: Annotata in libellos Aristotelis Parva naturalia appellatos." (2022). Collation Models. 151.