Merton College E. 3. 38
Ruled with fine pencil in 2 cols. of 60 lines
Written in a gothic rotunda bookhand influenced by anglicana.
A blue initial flourished in red; red or blue paraphs.
Provenance and Acquisition
Taken from ‘79. c. 1’ (Tertullian, Paris 1545, at the College in 1556). Another two leaves (De Intelligentiis) in ‘32. a. 8’ (G. Agricola, Basel 1546, given by Robert Barnes, for whom see MS 268); ten in Bodl. Libr., MS Lat. misc. b. 18, nos A. 42–51 (A. 43 taken from Merton Coll. ‘78. i. 30’, Isychius, Basel 1527, another leaf from ‘82. i. 15’, Cajetanus, Paris 1539, A. 51 from a book with the old shelfmark H. 3. 6 Th). The Bodleian leaves contain parts of Avicenna, De Anima, Liber de Causis, Algazel, Physicaand Metaphysica, Alexander of Aphrodisius, De Intellectu, and Averroes, De Intellectu and In Metaphys. (IX, comm. 128).
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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
2019-11-08: First online publication