G7LDB - Gregory 7th Letter Database
Database of the Letters of Pope Gregory VII (1073-1085): Which letter is in which collection?

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Leipzig 201

Common name of collectionLeipzig 201
Type of collectionLetter collection (explanation and all of this type)
Date (relevant parts)13th century
Bibliographical referenceLeipzig, Universitätsbibliothek Ms 201 (fol. 171r-171v)
Digitised folios
CommentaryCf. Helssig, Rudolf: Die lateinischen und deutschen Handschriften der Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig. Band 1. Die theologischen Handschriften. Teil 1 (Ms 1 - 500), p. 282.
This collection cannot be a descendant of the Codex Udalrici because of some significant differences. The most famous is in Ep. vagans 17 where Leipzig 201 has (correctly) velimus Mantue esse while the Codex Udalrici reads velimus apud vos esse.
On the other hand, there are some features shared with other descedants of p suggesting that this manuscript belongs the same family. E.g. the omission of sicut Christus pro nobis animam suam posuit. In hoc enim positi sumus in Ep. vagans 18. Therefore, I assume that Leipzig 201 is a descendant of the Hypothetical collection ha.
Contains
(6 different items)
Name of letter Number, page, chapter... within collection Textual features Fons formalis

Registrum III, 3

fol. 171r
Digitised

Hypothetical collection ha

Registrum III, 1

fol. 171r-171v
Digitised

Hypothetical collection ha

Registrum III, 2

fol. 171v
Digitised

Hypothetical collection ha

Ep. vagans 18

fol. 171v
Digitised

Hypothetical collection ha

Ep. vagans 17

fol. 171v
Digitised

Hypothetical collection ha

Registrum V, 14a (No 'real' letter)

fol. 171v
Digitised

Just the introduction and cap. 16

Hypothetical collection ha

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