Copia schedula [manuscript].
- [Germany], 1596.
1 leaf : paper ; 213 x 164 (150 x 110) mm. bound to 220 x 175 mm.
Manuscripts, German -- 16th century.
- Poem of 18 lines, in rhymed couplets, that seems to make fun of a local official (Schulteis), referred to as Junckher Schadenfro, who is suspected of being a thief and had to pay a fine (Diebschilling) to Grauen (Old or Count?) Henrich. The poem makes reference to itself as a letter (brieflein) for the edification of the official, and also as a pasquil (Pasquill), i.e. lampoon for circulation. A handwritten label on the reverse, with the heading Copia schedula (perhaps indicating that this is a copy), implies that the poem was written by Henrich Moritz, a local constable (Stattknecht), and his associate or assistant Johann Cyriaxen, at noon on Thursday 30 September 1596, in Buding (?), and that the original is in the office (Cantzleij) of Grauen Henrich.
- Ms. codex.
Title from handwritten label on verso.
Layout: Written in 18 long lines.
Script: Written in a German cursive script by a single hand.
Binding: Modern boards.
Origin: Written in Germany in 1596.
- Cited in:
- Described in Zacour, Norman P. and Hirsch, Rudolf. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1965), p. 86 (Ms. German 39).
- Cited as:
- UPenn Ms. Codex 1126
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