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Collectanea varia containing e.g. the chronicle of Nazareth convent in Oudegein; Utrecht, UB, ms. 1251

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MeMO text carrier ID 222
Name Collectanea varia containing e.g. the chronicle of Nazareth convent in Oudegein; Utrecht, UB, ms. 1251
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[2300] De donis pontificum Rom. 15 - 16
[2301] Fides violata et vindicata 17 - 17
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[2303] De fame & peste 26 -
[2304] De die natali 28 -
[2305] De piscibus fossilibus 30 -
[2306] De ciconeis 32 -
[2307] De pugna Gallorum Gallinac. 34 -
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[2311] De superstitione cucullae 44 -
[2312] De expiatione caedis 46 -
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[2316] Epistolae Jani Dousae ad Lamb. van der Burch (1582-1583) 70 - 93
[2317] Epistola Er. Puteani ad Gisb. Lapp (1623) 93v -
[781] Oorspronck, beginsel ende voortganck etc. van het convent in 't Geyn buyten Utrecht (Chronicle of Nazareth convent in Oudegein) 96r - 105v
[2318] De medicis 111 -
[2319] Vuyt de resolutien vanden Capittele van Oudemunster tUtrecht 113 -
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Category
Type of text carrier Manuscript with more than one text
Classification Composite
Short description 17th century manuscript by Arnoldus Buchelius containing several texts, e.g. a copy of a lost 16th century chronicle of the Nazareth convent in Oudegein near Utrecht, covering the years 1423-1574.
Additional remarks
Holding institution Utrecht, Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht
Collection
Entry number collection
Identifier in collection 1251
Link to online description
Alternative collection Utrecht University libarary
Alternative collection identifiers Aevum recens. Scripta varii arg. No 370
Accessibility Facsimile on the website of UBU; facsimile on the website www.utrechtsekronieken.nl
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Original institution(s)
Original institution(s)
Dates of separate texts
Date
  • >1600-<1623
Author(s)
Author(s)
  • Jan Aertszoon Buysling (Iohannes Buysling)
Text material(s)
  • paper
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Number of leaves
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Dimensions (mm)
Height x width 190 x 144
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Conservation
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  • parchment
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Table of contents
Is there a contemporary (e.g. medieval) table of contents in the text carrier? no
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Is there a colophon in the text carrier? no
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Are the texts in the text carrier rubricated? no
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Provenance
Provenance After the death of Aernout van Buchel (Arnoldus Buchelius) in 1641 who made the transcript of the chronicle (and the other texts in the manuscript), the manuscript came in the possession of Cornelius Booth. In 1663 it passed to his eldest son Everard Booth. After his death in 1715 the manuscript came in the possession of the families Van der Capellen and d’Hangest d’Ivoy van Mijdrecht. In 1840 the collection Buchel-Booth was acquired for the archives of the province of Utrecht. In 1882 the manuscript was transferred to the Utrecht University library (former signature: Aevum recens. Scripta varii arg. No 370).
Marks of ownership
Type(s) of mark(s) of ownership
  • stamp(s)
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Additional remarks
  • Matthaeus, A., Fundationes et fata ecclesiarum, praesertim quae Ultrajecti, et in ejusdem suburbiis, et passim alibi in dioecesi. libri duo (Leiden 1703), 499
  • Utrecht, University Library, Facsimile of Chronicle of Nazareth convent in Oudegein, http://objects.library.uu.nl/reader/resolver.php?obj=002563464&type=2
  • Visscher, L.G., Oorspronck, beginsel ende voortganck, voorders wat Fundateurs, Overste ende Regeerders dattet convent int Geyn buyten Utrecht gehadt heeft, byeenvergadert door Io. Buysling, pater aldaer, anno 1574, Tijdschrift voor geschiedenis, oudheden en statistiek van Utrecht, (1842), 181-196
Additional remarks L.G. Visscher's edition of the chronicle of Nazareth in Oudegein was based on a modern copy, collated with a transcription by Buchelius, that was formerly owned by one baron d'Yvoy and by 1842 was in the Utrecht provincial archives.
  • Daalhuizen, P., ‘Het klooster “Nazareth” in Geyne. 150 jaren historie in een verwoeste stad’, Cronyck de Geyn (1994), 14-19
  • Daalhuizen, P., ‘Het zusterhuis Nazareth in Gein (1423-1573)’, http://www.museumwarsenhoeck.nl/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/2012.pdf
  • Geer van Oudegein, J.J. de, Bijdragen tot de geschiedenis en oudheden der provincie Utrecht. Uit de oorkonden bewerkt (Utrecht 1860), 268-303
  • Visscher, L.G., Aantekeningen op de Kronijk van het Convent in het Geyn, Tijdschrift voor geschiedenis, oudheden en statistiek van Utrecht 8 (1842), 305-312, 338-344
  • Visscher, L.G., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis van het klooster int Geyn, Tijdschrift voor geschiedenis, oudheden en statistiek van Utrecht 8 (1842), 269-276
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Authors

Personal details
Name Jan Aertszoon Buysling (Iohannes Buysling)
Sex male
Year/date of birth
Year/date of death
Additional remarks
Additional remarks Buysling was pater of the Nazareth convent from 1565 to 1575. According to Visscher ('Aantekeningen', 305-306), his family name may have been 'Vuystingh' or 'Vuystinck' rather than Buysling.
Role(s) in this text carrier
Memorial text [781] Oorspronck, beginsel ende voortganck etc. van het convent in 't Geyn buyten Utrecht (Chronicle of Nazareth convent in Oudegein)
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Memorial text in: [222] Collectanea varia containing e.g. the chronicle of Nazareth convent in Oudegein; Utrecht, UB, ms. 1251 [222]

Keywords (type(s) of memorial text)
Keywords (type(s) of memorial text)
  • chronicle
Title and MeMO memorial text ID
Title Oorspronck, beginsel ende voortganck etc. van het convent in 't Geyn buyten Utrecht (Chronicle of Nazareth convent in Oudegein)
MeMO memorial text ID 781
Pagination or foliation
Page(s)
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Folio(s)
  • Folio 96r to 105v
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Date of creation (physical object)
Date >1600-<1623
Argumentation
  • based on research
Specification Early 17th century (Buchelius).
Date of creation (contents of the text)
Date <1574
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Period covered by the memorial text
Date 1423-1574
Argumentation
  • date(s) are mentioned in the text
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Additional remarks
Original institution(s)
Institution [120] Nazareth, Regularissen (Nazareth Monastery, Regular Canonesses), Oudegein
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Name
Name of the commissioning party of the original text
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Language
Language
  • Dutch
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Description of hands
Description of hands cursiva
Statement of responsibility Oorspronck, beginsel ende voortganck etc. van het convent int Geyn buyten Utrecht, bijeen vergadert door Jo. Buysling pater aldaer 1594
Person(s)
Name Jan Aertszoon Buysling (Iohannes Buysling)
Sex male
Year of birth
Year of death
Role Author
Specification
Remarks Buysling was pater of the Nazareth convent from 1565 to 1575. According to Visscher ('Aantekeningen', 305-306), his family name may have been 'Vuystingh' or 'Vuystinck' rather than Buysling.
Additional remarks The author is mentioned in the title.
Place(s) of production
Place(s) of production Utrecht
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Usage
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Type of registration chronologically by year
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Filiation
Filiation
Narrative source containing one or more historical events
Type of narrative source chronicle
Short summary of the contents Chronicle of the Nazareth convent at Oudegein near Utrecht, covering the years 1423 to 1574. The convent was founded in the wake of the St Elisabeth's Flood in 1423, and reformed into Regular Canonesses (Regularissen) in 1441. The chronicle includes many gifts and transactions pertaining to the convent, as well as numerous lively details and anecdotes on individuals related to the institution. The author occasionally passes moral judgements on personal behaviour and luxury of the convent's earlier inhabitants.
Annual entries
Information regarding memoria
Type of memoria information
  • history of members of the family/community/institution (biographies)
  • gifts
  • granted privileges (such as the right to have one's own church/chapel; right to ring a (church)bell; right to bury people in the institution's grounds, etc.)
  • confraternities with other people and (religious) communities
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Context
General historical information
  • epidemic diseases (both inside and outside the community/institution)
  • religious and liturgical events (outside the community/institution)
  • political events
  • natural disasters
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  • foundation
  • phases of conflict (between the institution and the outside world)
  • residents
  • relations with other religious communities
  • relations with ecclesiastical authorities
  • reformations
  • relations with lay people
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Incipit
Incipit Begeerende in memorie te stellen ende te verhalen den oorspronck des convents, gelegen buyten Utrecht, tusschen de Vaert ende Yselstein, genaemt Nazareth, getimmert ende gefundeert in de gedestrueerde stadt van Geyn...
Explicit
Explicit ...Anno 1574 soo regneerde seer de peste.
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