Manuscripts of Political Works



Key

Siglum The siglum assigned to the manuscript in the critical edition by Arpad Steiner (1938).
I Additional information on the text as present in the manuscript, or on other texts by Vincent of Beauvais present in the manuscript, or on material damage.
D Date of the manuscript.
P Country, region or place of production; if available, information on the scribe(s) of the manuscript.
O Medieval and later owners of the manuscript.
L Hyperlink to digital images/facsimile of the manuscript.

See the Alphabetical list of manuscripts for companion texts of the De eruditione filiorum nobilium.

Inventory of manuscripts of the De eruditione filiorum nobilium

manuscript Madrid, Biblioteca nacional de Espana, 10254, fol. 64r

Prologue to De eruditione filiorum nobilium, from manuscript Madrid, Biblioteca nacional de España, 10254, fol. 64r

List of surviving manuscripts

18 surviving manuscripts of the De eruditione filiorum nobilium are known today:

Lost manuscripts

4 further manuscripts are known that are lost today. They belonged to libraries at: