Merton College MS. 60
Former shelfmark: G. 2. 5
DUNS SCOTUS ON I SENT; 1451
f. 1 blank. On the verso is a table of contents in the same hand as the ex dono (for which see below), including the index at the end.
DSO (Balic), 1-6, classifying the text as ‘instabilis’; Glorieux, Théol. 344r; Stegmüller, Sent. 421.
On ff. 238v-9v an index of the distinctiones and quaestiones , as in MS 59. f. 240rv blank.
Ruled with fine pencil in 52 long lines.
As for MS 59. In this book Reynbold writes blocks of gloss in a tiny hand in the margins.
As for MS 59: a major initial doubtless missing with the lost first leaf. Another initial has been excised on f. 237v.
As for MS 59.
Provenance and Acquisition
At the foot of f. 120 is pencilled ‘Danyel May’, s. xv. This may have been the artist. On f. 1v, in a large formal humanistica, the same as the index, ‘Orate pro anima magistri Ricardi Scardeburgh sacre theologie professoris qui istos libros fieri fecit quos postea magister Thomas Bloxham in medicinis doctor ab eodem emit et huic collegio dedit. Orate igitur pro utroque’, followed by a table of contents. See MS 59. Further down is ‘N. 5. 5. Art:’, s. xvii, canc. and replaced with ‘G. 3. 5 (LX)’ in red, the 3 later corr. in pencil to 2. ‘2’ is inked on the foredge.
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