A catalogue of Western manuscripts at the Bodleian Libraries and selected Oxford colleges

Merton College Stack 110. b. 4

Contents

Physical Description

Form: codex
Support: Parchment
Extent: Two leaves

Layout

In 2 cols, 85 lines of gloss.

History

Origin: s. xiv

Provenance and Acquisition

Bound in Stack 110. b. 4 (Aristotle, Paris 1520).

Two more leaves in Magdalen Coll., MS lat. 271 nos 24–5, taken from ‘b. 2. 11’ (Dionys. Carthus., Cologne 1533, given by John Grene), another two (W. de Monte Lauduno) in MS lat. 271 nos 26–7, taken from ‘H. 12. 5’ (Pagninus, Lyon 1529). Possibly also part of the same original MS are Balliol Coll., 570. h. 10 (Bede, Paris 1521, ‘ex empcione Stephani Whalley abbatis de Heyles 1538’); two leaves (Const. Clem.) in Magdalen Coll., MS lat. 271 nos 28–9, taken from ‘F. 14. 6, 7, 9’ (Corpus Iuris Civilis, Paris 1529), ten leaves (Paulus de Liazariis in Const. Clem.) in MS lat. 271 nos 26–7, taken from ‘H. 12. 5’ (Pagninus, Lyon 1529), two leaves (W. de Monte Lauduno in Const. Clem.) in MS lat. 266, no. 6, taken from ‘d. 10. 10’ (Rabanus Maurus, Basel 1534), two leaves (Const. Clem.) in Trinity Coll., I. 7. 4 (Bede, Basel 1533, belonged to John Patmer).

Record Sources

R. M. Thomson, A descriptive catalogue of the medieval manuscripts of Merton College, Oxford (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer), 2009.

Availability

For enquiries relating to this manuscript please contact Merton College Library.

Bibliography

    Ker, Pastedowns, nos 110, 116, 143, 157, 161, 164, 179.

Funding of Cataloguing

Conversion of the printed catalogue to TEI funded by the Warden and Fellows of Merton College .

Last Substantive Revision

2019-12-18: First online publication