Merton College MS. 314
Former shelfmark: F. 3. 1
INDEXES TO PHILOSOPHICAL WORKS; S. XIV
Fols. i, ii-iii, iv blank. On f. ivv is a table of contents in the same hand (s. xiv) as in MS 180 &c., and another of s. xvii.
Standard Merton s. xvii, sewn on four bands; formerly chained from the usual position. f. i was a pastedown in an earlier binding.
Provenance and Acquisition
Running up f. iv is a thoroughly-erased inscription of three lines in large writing, beginning with a paraph. Running up f. iv is ‘Iste liber est fratrum predicatorum Oxoniensis quod qui alienauerit anathema sit … ubicumque alienetur.’ In the upper margin of f. 1, cropped, is ‘… et quondam socii eiusdem domus’, s. xv in.
On f. iiiv ‘Hunc librum ligari fecit M. Robertus Bukmote anno regni E [mutil.]’. Buckmott (BRUO 299) was fellow c. 1455–69; the inscription was written after the accession of Edward IV in March 1461.
At the head of f. 1 is the James no. ‘22’, s. xvii in. Inside the front board is a sheet of paper with contents, s. xvii, and ‘Q. 3. 16. Art:’, canc. and replaced with ‘H. 3. 14’ (corr. to ‘F. 3. 1’) and ‘(CCCXIV)’ in red; the College bookplate. ‘16’ 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
2019-11-13: First online publication