Merton College MS. 116
Former shelfmark: L. 3. 3
BONAVENTURE ON III SENT.; S. XIII
fol. iv blank. On the verso is pasted a scrap of paper with a title, s. xvii.
Occasional corrections to the text and other notes in early anglicana hands, one of them the annotator of MS 115.
BO 3–4; Glorieux, Théol. 305b; Stegmüller, Sent. 111; Distelbrink 2.
Ruled with crayon in 2 cols of 52 lines.
A proficient gothic rotunda bookhand influenced by anglicana; the same scribe as MS 115.
As for MS 115. Red and blue flourished initial with partial border in the colours; red or blue initials flourished in the other colour; red or blue paraphs.
s. xix, doubtless replacing one of s. xvii; sewn on four bands. On fol. 472, near the foot, are marks of the large iron chain-staple. Fols. i-iii, 473–5, are modern paper binding leaves.
Provenance and Acquisition
At the head of fol. i are two early inscriptions: ‘Liber magistri Ricardi de Werplesdon’; ‘Liber domus scolarium de Merton’ Oxon’ ex legato Ricardi de Werplesdone’: UO47. 129. For Worplesdon, see MS 115.
Inside the front board is the College bookplate, with ‘O. 1. 10’, canc. and replaced with ‘L. 3. 3. (CXVI)’ in red. ‘10’ is inked on the foredge.
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Funding of Cataloguing
Conversion of the printed catalogue to TEI funded by the Warden and Fellows of Merton College .
Last Substantive Revision
2019-05-31: First online publication