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Title: De Sacramentis Christianae Fidei (fragments)

Creator: Hugo de Sancto Victore

Manuscript Name: Hugo de Sancto Victore De Sacramentis Christianae Fidei (fragments)

Text lang: LAT

Locus: 2 folios; A front fly-leaf, B back fly-leaf

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Note: The folios are bound into a volume containing Joachim Périon’s Commentaries on Aristotle’s Topicorum libri octo together with Cicero’s Topica, and on Aristotle’s Elenchorum liber, all at Basle, Oporinus, 1543. The book was presented to the Leeper Library in 1882 by G. W. Rusden;[N12] Geroge William Rusden (1819-1903), distinguished historian and educationist, cf. Aust.Enc., Vol.VII, pp.519-20.

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Summary: Br.a De Sacramentis (the incipit of which is: Arduum profecto opus et laborio sum crebra uestra precatione flexus aggredior . . .) here opens in Bk I, part 6, cap.iii (De creatione et origine anime) at the words: presumere in his que non possunt sciri et [deficere in his] que non debent ignorari. Propterea [quantum sane fid]ei satis est . . . (the text continues through cap.iv (De libero arbitrio), v (De duplici sensu anime) and vi (De duobus bonis ipsius hominis) on Bv.b where it breaks off) . . . putandum est illud pro quo seruitium [Rursum] si tanta bonitas illi inera-. Ar. a The text is from the same part 6 of Bk I, but here it begins abruptly in cap.xxx (De loco in quo positus est primus homo) at the words: paradisus fuerit ubi homo probandus et exer [cendus positus] est subsequitur scriptura et dicit . . . (the text continues to cap.xxxvii (De sex modis operandi) where it breaks off on Av.b) . . . aliquid ut sit in eo fit quod nisi fieret.

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