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Organum Ptolomei Ita Sit

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V1: Vienna, Austrian National Library, MS 5418 manuscript contains several texts on instruments, and dates from the first half of the fifteenth century. V2: MS 5303 manuscript is very closely related to V1, and it contains many of the same texts, in the same order. Y: MS 25 manucript, probably copied in the mid-fifteenth century, consists of a collection of astronomical and mathematical texts. M: MS Lat 24105 is linked to the astronomical teaching at the University of Vienna. The author transcribes one of the texts on the instrument; the one beginning "organum ptolomei its sit". based on manuscript V1, the earliest copy of the text.

Keywords: MS 5303 manuscript; MS Lat 24105 manuscript; Organum Ptolomei Ita Sit



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