Codex vindobonensis 515

Title:
Codex vindobonensis 515
Library:
Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Language:
Latin, Old High German
City:
WIEN (VIENNA, Vienne), Austria
Shelf Mark:
Cod. Vindob. 515
Alternate Names:
Annales Laureshamenses (Vienna fragment) -- Das Wiener Fragment der Lorscher Annalen -- Lorsch annals -- Christus und die Samariterin -- Christ and the Samaritan Woman -- Katechese des Niceta von Remesiana -- Catechism of Nicetas of Remesiana
Origin:
Probably Trier, Germany
Dimensions:
8 folios -- 230/235 x 165/168 mm.
Date Description:
794-803 and 10th century
Author:
Bishop Richbod of Trier was probably ultimately respnsible for the entries in the Annals, but the Latin is too poor to be the result of direct dictation by him (see p. 21 of the Introduction) -- Nicetas of Remesiana (Greek Bishop; fl. early 5th century)
Content:
Fragment of the Annals of Lorsch (from 794 till 803; fols. 1r - 5r, line 10) - Christ and the Samaritan Woman (fols. 5r, from line 11; Carolingian script of the 10th century, probably written in Reichenau) -- Liturgical chant (fol. 5v) -- Catechism of Nicetas of Remesiana, a section of his Instructio ad competentes (fols. 6v - 8v) -- The Vienna fragment of the Annals of Lorsch is the remaining part of the original manuscript of these Annals (hence the numerous “autograph” hands) --
Hand:
carolingian minuscule --
Illuminations:
No
Musical Notation:
Yes
Call Number:
Medieval [7th Floor Hesburgh] General Collection PA 8305 .V5 1967 Non-Circulating
Commentary Volume:
No
Nature of Facsimile:
Complete manuscript -- monochrome -- full-size (with narrow white margins around the reproduced folios)
Series:
Codices selecti phototypice impressi,15
Publication Date:
1967
Place of Publication:
Graz
Publisher:
Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt
Notes:
Introduction and transcription by Franz Unterkircher Language Notes: Old High German found on bottom of fol. 4v and fol. 5r.
Type of Text:
autograph, chant, didactic, historical, liturgical, mixed, religious, secular, vernacular