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Uppsala, Universitetsbibliotek, E 214. Register of St Sigfried’s altar in Turku Cathedral

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A register of St Sigfried’s altar in Turku Cathedral.

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1500-1599
Saec. XVI

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E 214

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Uppsala, Universitetsbibliotek, E 214. Register of St Sigfried’s altar in Turku Cathedral
Saec. XVI
,
Turku
(?)
A
register of St
Sigfried
’s altar
in
Turku
Cathedral.
Fols. : Documents in
Swedish
and
Latin
concerning goods belonging to St Sigfried’s altar.
(
1365
,
Erik Karlsson
and
Simon Håkansson
donate goods (
Loppela
) for
Turku
Cathedral. Cf.
REA 195
); [1r–v] (
Johannes
, bishop of Turku, confirms the donations of the previous letter,
1371
;
REA 218
); [] (
Steno Stensson
donates Munkenäs goods in Werlax, 1387;
REA 266
); [2r–v] (
Sten Benktsson
and
Simon Håkansson
provide a prebend for
Esbernus Petri
,
1368
;
REA 204
) [] (
Mattias Tulkila
sells goods to
Anders Ärlandsson
,
1413
;
REA 339
); [–v] (
Bengt Michilsson
resolves a dispute between
Brännika
and
Anders Ärlandsson
;
REA 343
); [] (
Tidika Tidikasson
sells goods in
Letsala
to
Anders Ärlandsson
,
1413
;
REA 338
); [–v] (
Walburg
, widow of Olaff Huiloisen, sells goods in Ledsala to burghers
Kaliematti
and
Nisse Louke
,
1414
;
REA 344
); [] (
Henrik Jönsson
sells goods to
Anders Ärlandsson
,
1412
;
FMU 1377
); [] (
Karl Öra
et al., solve a dispute between
Anders Ärlandsson
and
Jöns Ingonis
,
1420
;
FMU 1632
) [–v] (
Karl Öra
et al. solve a dispute regarding a plot of land,
1420
;
FMU 1635
) [] (King
Albert
gives Loppala goods to St Sigfried’s altar,
1365
;
FMU 1122
); (
Ingolf Djäken
confirms an exchange between
Jeppe Skälge
and
Anders Ärlandi
,
1414
;
FMU 1440
); [] (
Sten Sture
orders an investigation on Loppela goods,
1476
;
FMU 3643
); [–v] (
Erik Axelsson
performs the investigation ordered in the previous letter,
1476
;
FMU 3646
); (
Robertus
, a burgher from
Turku
, sells goods to
Simon Håkansson
,
1379
;
FMU 1124
).
(Followed by four full-sized and unnumbered blank leaves and by two smaller strips.)
Paper
15 folios, of which two are merely small strips.
16cm × 21,5cm (12-13cm × 16-17cm)
Modern foliation (1–8) in pencil in the upper right margin; only leaves with text have been numbered.
(VIII-1)
15
The manuscript is in good overall condition; there is some fraying along the edges and the covers have been worn, but apart from that no great damage has been done.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
One hand writing a cursive of
saec. XVI
. Headlines entered and some corrections made by a contemporary hand (possibly the main hand) in red ink that has faded in several places.
Majuscules for the beginnings of charters have been highlighted in red ink; headlines in red ink. Persons and places named in the charters have been underlined with black ink.
A limp binding reusing a leaf from a canon law manuscript of
saec. XIII or XIV
.
c
. 27 × 42,5* (20,5 (9,5 + 1,5 + 9,5) × 35*).
The manuscript consists of a single quire containing charters (dated between 1365 and 1476) concerning the goods of St Sigfried’s altar in the cathedral of
Turku
. The originals of the charters were kept in the cathedral and many – although not all of them – also appear in the cathedral’s copybook (
REA
). The writing of this manuscript seems to have taken place during
saec. XVI
; possibly it was done in connection with the confiscations of the charters during the Reformation.
In
1763
the manuscript was in the possession of the Swedish historian and collector,
Anders Anton von Stiernman
(1695–1765) who mentions it in a letter to
K. F. Mennander
(1712–1786), bishop of Turku (see
Österbladh 1942, 661
). After Stiernman’s death, his collections were passed to
Olaus d.y. Celsius
(1716–1794) through marriage in
1766
. The manuscripts from the collection were moved to
Uppsala University Library
in
1795
.
First leaf: Shelf-mark of Uppsala University Library, ‘E 214’, and a previous shelf-mark ‘Celsiska Saml. 2. 80’; ‘n: 80’ also on the verso side.
FMU =
Finlands medeltidsurkunder, 1–8
, utg. Reinh. Hausen, Helsingfors 1910–1935.
Tuomas Heikkilä, “Piispa ja tuomiokapituli”,
Kirjallinen kulttuuri keskiajan Suomessa
, Helsinki 2010, 253–254.
Jan Liedgren, “Om Åbo domkyrkas kopieböcker”,
Historisk tidskrift för Finland 33
(1948), 22.
Kauko Pirinen, “Suomen keskiaikaiset arkistot”,
Historiallinen arkisto 52
(1947), 97.
REA =
Registrum ecclesiae Aboensis eller Åbo domkyrkas svartbok
, utg. Reinhold Hausen, Helsingfors 1890.
Kaarlo Österbladh (ed.),
K. F. Mennanderin lähettämiä ja saamia kirjeitä III
, Helsinki 1942.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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