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Manuscript Monday: LJS 101 – Periermenias Aristotelis

Dot Porter, Curator, Digital Research Services at the University of Pennsylvania Library, offers a video orientation to Penn Library’s LJS 101, Periermenias Aristotelis, by Boethius. This manuscript was written in, France, ca. 850, in Latin, and it is a copy of Boethius’s Latin translation of Aristotle’s De interpretatione, referred to in the manuscript as Periermenias, with the shorter of two commentaries that Boethius wrote on that work.

You can see the full online facsimile of this work in Penn in Hand and you can download all of the images and metadata from OPenn.  You can also download a copy of this video from ScholarlyCommons, the University of Pennsylvania’s open access institutional repository.