Merton College E. 3. 21
Orig. 21 long lines.
Written by an English scribe practising French bastard secretary script.
Names of the interlocutors in pinkish red.
Provenance and Acquisition
Taken from ‘66. d. 5’ (P. Bellonius, &c., Antwerp 1589, &c., ‘ex dono Bernhault Robins’, s. xvii). Another bifolium is in the Oxford binding of Magdalen Coll., MS lat. 182, descr. by W. D. Macray in Bibliographica 1 (1895), 328; two leaves are in Bodl. Libr., Savile R. 6 (Aristotle, Frankfurt 1587); six strips are in the bindings of four vols of Maldon, Plume Library, A. 2. 30–2 (Magdeburg Centuriators, Basel 1564–74).
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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
2019-12-03: First online publication