Serium Senectutis

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Index auctorum
Only definite or highly probable sources are noted here. Possible sources, analogues, and later citations can be located by using the index notmnum et rerum and the commentary. References to prose sources are by book, chapter, and section. Those to verse sources are by book, poem, and line. References to the Serium senectutis are by book and line.
1. The Bible
Genesis
1.28:12.58-59
Exodus
32: 2.271-302, 9.66-69
Leviticus
24.10-16: 2.100-107
Numeri
10.33 ff.: 2.147-73
12: 2.174-80, 5.19-22
13: 2.181-203, 7.54-76
16: 2.222-70, 5.17-18
25: 5.11-16
3 Regum
11.1-8: 9.90-97
12.28-30: 9.85-89
17:10.77-118
4 Regum
2, 4.8 ff.: 10.121-70
13.20-21:10.171-84
Psalmi
5.17:1.119-24
7.12-13: 2.77-87
13.3:1.119-24
14:1.104-14
17.3: 4.143
17.33: 4.144
24.4: 2.44-50
30.6-7: 2.44-50
33.13-14:1.131-35
34.28: 4.141
36.30: 4.142
51.4: 4.138-39
61.10: 2.53
70.24: 4.141
77.36-37: 1.119-24
103.16: 4.145-46
132.1:13.41-42
136.9: 4.144-45
Ecclesiastes
4.10:12.90-92
Canticum canticorum
1.1: 4.91-94
1.1-2: 4.113-14
Sapientia
1.11: 7.122-23
Osee
2.19: 4.132-33
Danihel
13: 7.81-116
Secundum Mattheum
9.18-26: 10.281-91
23.5: 9.109-10
Secundum Lucatn
7.11-17:10.295-311
16.13:13.8-14
Secundum Iohannem
11:10.266-70
Apocalypsis
21: 4.104
21.2: 4.128-29
Glossa ordinaria
ad Ps. 17.3: 4.194-96
ad Ps. 17.33: 4.197-202
ad Ps. 34.28: 4.183-89
ad Ps. 36.30: 4.190-91
ad Ps. 51.4: 4.162-82
ad Ps. 103.16: 4.240-15
ad Ps. 136.9: 4.203-27

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Serium Senectutis
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Parentibus Optimis vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Conspectus Siglorum 47
  • Helie Rubei Tripolawensis Serium Senectutis1 48
  • Book Two 57
  • Book Three 75
  • Book Four 119
  • Book Five 147
  • Book Six 151
  • Book Seven 155
  • Book Eight 163
  • Book Nine 173
  • Book Ten 181
  • Book Eleven 197
  • Book Twelve 211
  • Book Thirteen 217
  • Commentary 227
  • Appendices 247
  • Bibliography 257
  • Indices *
  • Index Verborum 273
  • Index Auctorum 293
  • Index Nominum et Rerum 295
  • Mrts 303
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