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Report No. a272

Huguccio

fl. 1180–1210

 

Alternative Names

Uguccione, da Pisa, Bishop of Ferrara (LC); Hugo; Uguccione

 

Biography/Description

Bolognese decretist and author of one of the most influential Summae on Gratian’s Decretum (c.1188–1190). The first signs of his teaching appear in decretist commentaries and glosses of the 1180s, such as the apparatus Ordinaturus Magister(1180–1190) and the Summa Casinensis. There are strong indications that Huguccio completed the work in intermittent stages, putting off the writing of the sections on Causa 1 (stage II), De consecratione (stage III), and De penitentia (stage IV), until he had finished the rest (stage I). On 1 May 1190, Huguccio became bishop of Ferrara, whereupon he seems to have abandoned the completion of his commentary, leaving the portion on C.23 q.4 c.34 – C.26 (stage V) unfinished. Huguccio died after ‘twenty years less one day’ in office, on 30 April 1210.

Prior to composing his great Summa, Huguccio had composed a minor exegetical treatise on the Apostolic Creed (Expositio de symbolo apostolorum), as well as a work containing etymological explanations on the names of saints, called Hagiographia. Both texts reveal Huguccio’s great interest in etymologies. This may suggest his identity with the Bolognese grammarian Huguccio of Pisa, who during the 1160s wrote the Derivationes, a widely used and comprehensive Latin etymological dictionary. The lexicographer also produced minor grammatical writings, which most likely included a Summa artis grammatice. The title and contents of this Summa, as well as some of the sources used by the Derivationes, point towards a strong French intellectual background of the grammarian Huguccio and a close acquaintance with the writings of French teachers such as William of Conches, Petrus Helias, and Robert of Paris (in the 1150s?). These chronological and other considerations speak against an identification of the canonist with the grammarian.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Summa decretorum, 1188–90.

 
No. 2

Agiographia, before 1190.

 
No. 3

Expositio de symbolo apostolorum, before 1190.

 
No. 4

Expositio dominice orationis, (?).

 
No. 5

Derivationes. (c.1161, W. P. Müller has proven that Huguccio did not write this tract; a certain Huguccio of Pisa did).

 
No. 6

De dubio accentu. (before 1161, by the author of the Derivationes).

 
No. 7

Rosarium. (before 1161, by the author of the Derivationes).

 
No. 8

Summa artis grammatice. (ca. 1160–70, probably by the author of the Derivationes).

 

Text(s) – Manuscripts

No. 1

Summa decretorum, 1188–90.

 
Manuscript

Complete Text

 
 

Admont, Stiftsbibl. 7, fol. 2ra–324ra, 335ra–500rb (De pen. ends at D.5 c.1 s.v. fructus)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Vat. lat. 2280, fol. 1ra–248rb, 256ra–370vb

 
 

Firenze, Bibl. Laurenz. Fesul. 125, fol. 1ra–388v (includes the Prologue – C.13 q.2 c.12; text continues in Fesul. 126)

 
 

Firenze, Bibl. Laurenz. Fesul. 126, fol. 1ra–109rb, 127ra–369va (continuation of text from Fesul. 125)

 
 

Firenze, Bibl. Laurenz. Plut. I sin.4, fol. 1r–283v, 295r–417r

 
 

Lons-le-Saunier, Arch. dép. Jura 12 F.16, fol. 2ra–313ra, 325rb–483vb

 
 

Madrid, BN lat. 11962, fol. 2ra–231r, 250r–369vb

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 3892, fol. 1ra–272ra, 281va–400vb

 
 

Tarazona, Bibl. Catedral 151 (3)

 
 

Verona, Bibl. Cap. CXCIV

 
 

Incomplete: 1 Stage Only

 
 

Calahorra, Arc. Catedralico 8 (stage I)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV C.114 (stage I, breaks at ending at C.35 q.8 c.1)

 
 

Klosterneuberg, Stiftsbibl. 295, fol. 110r–238v (stage III)

 
 

Luxembourg, BN 144, fol. 1ra–147va, 160ra–329rb, 342ra–423vb (stage I)

 
 

München, BSB Clm 10247, fol. 1ra–280ra (stage I)

 
 

Salamanca, Bibl. Univ. 1930 (stage I, beginning at C.2)

 
 

Incomplete: 2 Stages

 
 

Fulda, Landesbibl. D.22, fol. 3r–291r (stages I and II)

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 3891, fol. 1r–320v (stages I and III)

 
 

Incomplete: 3 Stages

 
 

Bamberg, Staatsbibl. Can. 40, fol. 1ra–279vb (stages I, II and III)

 
 

Bamberg, Staatsbibl. Can.41, fol. 1r–125v, 135r–309r, 325r–477v (stages I, III and IV)

 
 

Klagenfurt, Bischöfliche Bibl. XXIX a.3, fol. 1ra–313vb (stages I, II and III)

 
 

Klosterneuberg, Stiftsbibl. 89, fol. 1r–386v (stages I, II and III)

 
 

Lincoln, Cath. Chap. 2, fol. 2r–307r (stages I [prologue and D.1–101 only], III and IV)

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 15396, fol. 2ra–99vb, 108ra–191vb (ends after C.13; text continues in lat. 15397; together, they contain stages I, III and IV)

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 15397, fol. 3ra–46vb, 59ra–171va (a continuation of text from lat. 15396; together they contain stages I, III, and IV)

 
 

Incomplete: 4 Stages

 
 

Cambrai, BM 612 (stages I–IV)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Borgh. 272, fol. 1r–143r, 154r–232r (stages I–IV)

 
 

Sankt-Peterburg, Gosudarstvennaia Publichnaia Bibl. lat. fol. II vel. 10 (stages I–IV)

 
 

Rouen, BM 749 (stages I, II, IV, V)

 
 

Tarazona, Bibl. Catedral 97 (stages I–IV)

 
 

Fragments

 
 

Assisi, BC 213 (stage I, ending at C.17 q.2 c.1)

 
 

Bamberg, Staatsbibl. Can. 42, fol. 1ra–8vb (C.27 – C.27 q.2 c.21)

 
 

Barcelona, Bibl. Univ. 504 (stages I (D.1 c.4 – C.16 q.1) and II)

 
 

Bernkastel-Kues, Bibl. St. Nikolaus Hospitals 228, fol. 45ra–110vb (stages I (C.2 – C.2 q.3 d.p.c.8 only), II (begins C.1 q.1 c.1), IV (De pen. D.1 c.13 – D.7 c.6))

 
 

Cambridge, Pembroke Coll. 72, fol. 116r–159v (stage I, ending at D.54 d.p.c.21)

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Vat. lat. 2491, fol. 1ra–36va (I, ends at D.25 d.p.c.3; marginal gloss)

 
 

Leipzig, Universitätsbibl. 985, fol. 9r–233v (stage I, C.2–22 only)

 
 

Marburg, Universitätsbibl. 83, fol., fol.105r–246v (stage I, ending at C.11 q.3 c.62)

 
 

München, BSB Clm 28193, fol. 126v (fragment of prologue only)

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 3918, fol. 1r–54vb (D.1 – D.50 c.17, C.2 – C.6 q.1 c.22, C.16 q.3 c.4 – C.22)

 
 

Parma, Bibl. Palatina 1222 (stage I, ending at C.15 q.8)

 
 

Volterra, Bibl. Guarnacc. 6370, fol. 1r–100r (stage I, D.1 – D.21 c.2, C.2 q.7 c.41 – C.3 q.7 c.18, C.27–36)

 
 

Wien, ÖNB 2061, fol. 1ra–172vb (C.2 – C.11 q.1 c.39; intercapitular gloss)

 
 

Worcester, Cath. Libr. F.12 (stages I (beginning at C.11 q.3 c.97), III–IV)

 
No. 2

Agiographia, before 1190.

 
Manuscript

Paris, BN lat. 14877, fol. 124r–129v

 
 

Venezia, BN XIII.16, fol. 197v–199r

 
No. 5

Derivationes.

 
Manuscript

(Cf. A. Marigo, I codici manoscritti delle ‘Derivationes’ di Uguccione Pisano (Rome 1936) XIII–XIV and 1–29. G. L. Bursill-Hall, A Census of Medieval Latin Grammatical Manuscripts (Stuttgart 1981) passim)

 
No. 6

De dubio accentu.

 
Manuscript

(To Cremascoli’s 11 manuscripts, add the four copies indicated by O. Limone, ‘Il “Liber de dubio accentu” (Cod. Ambr. E 12 inf.) falsamente attribuito ad Uguccione da Pisa”, Studi Medievali 25 (1984) 320 n.18)

 
No. 7

Rosarium.

 
Manuscript

Barcelona, Arch. Corona Aragón Ripoll 122, fols. 1–74r

 
 

Berlin, Staatsbibl. lat. o. 164, fols. 16–18

 
 

Cambridge, Univ. Libr. Hh. I. 5, fols. 190–191

 
 

Cambridge, Trinity Coll. 815 (R.9.11), fols. 151r–v

 
 

Kraków, Bibl. Jagiellońska 460 (DD. VIII. 3), fols. 343–345

 
 

Madrid, BN 1578, fols. 238v–241v

 
 

Milano, Bibl. Ambrosiana E. 12 inf., fols. 92v–96v

 
 

Oxford, Bodleian Libr. Laud Misc. 523, fols. 181–193

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 7624, fols. 169–170

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 7625, fols. 1v–2

 
 

Paris, BN lat. 8175, fols. 47–49

 
 

Troyes, BM 1075, fols. 205–206v

 
 

Città del Vaticano, BAV Vat. lat. 5994, fol. 84v

 
No. 8

Summa artis grammatice.

 
Manuscript

München, BSB Clm 18908, fol. 1–32

 

Text(s) – Modern Editions

No. 1

Summa decretorum.

 
Modern Editions

Summa decretorum, 1: Distinctiones I–XX, ed. O. Přerovsky (MIC A–6; Città del Vaticano 2006).

 
 

Summa C.4 q.1 c.2 v. Ostenderint, edited by E. Vodola in Excommunication in the Middle Ages (Berkeley 1986) 201–3.

 
 

Summa C.4 q.1 d.a.c.1 v. De prima, edited by E. Vodola in Excommunication in the Middle Ages (Berkeley 1986) 204–5.

 
 

Summa C.15 q.6 c.4, v. Fidelitatem, edited by E. Vodola in Excommunication in the Middle Ages (Berkeley 1986) 219–20.

 
No. 2

Agiographia.

 
Modern Editions

Uguccione da Pisa: Liber de dubio accentu. Agiographia. Expositio de symbolo apostolorum, ed. G. Cremascoli (Biblioteca degli Studi Medievali 10; Spoleto 1978) 137–74 (on the basis of the two known manuscripts: cf. W. P. Müller, Viator).

 
No. 3

Expositio de symbolo apostolorum.

 
Modern Editions

Ed. N. Häring in ‘Zwei Kommentare von Huguccio, Bischof von Ferrara’, SG, 19 (1976) 365–98.

 
 

Uguccione da Pisa, ed. G. Cremascoli, 227–55 (Both editions used the two extant manuscripts: Bologna, Bibl. Univ., 2633, fol. 1r–4v and Città del Vaticano, BAV, Vat. lat. 819, fol. 184r-189r. Cremascoli further collated the editio princeps by C. G. Trombelli, Bedae et Claudii Taurinensis itemque aliorum veterum patrum opuscula (Bologna 1755) 207-223.).

 
No. 4

Expositio dominice orationis.

 
Modern Editions

‘Zwei Kommentare’, ed. N. Häring, 398–416 (The treatise is appended to the Expositio de symbolo apostolorum in Città del Vaticano, BAV Vat. lat. 819, fol. 198r–201v, whence Häring concluded that it was also the work of Huguccio. The attribution remains very doubtful.).

 
No. 5

Derivationes.

 
Modern Editions

Prologue only edited by A. Marigo in ‘De Huguccionis Pisani Derivationum latinitate earumque prologo’, Archivum Romanicum, 11 (1927) 101–106.

 
 

Derivationes, ed. E. Cecchini and G. Arbizzoni, 2 vols. vols. (Edizione nazionale dei testi mediolatini 11. Serie 1.6; Tavarnuzze [Firenze] 2004) (published by SISMEL edizioni del Galluzzo).

 
No. 6

De dubio accentu.

 
Modern Editions

Uguccione da Pisa, ed. G. Cremascoli, 65–87.

 

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