Merton College Stack 112. d. 14
In 38 long lines.
Provenance and Acquisition
Bound in Stack 112. d. 14 (J. de Sacro Bosco, &c., Venice 1499, &c.).
At the head of the front flyleaf, s. xvi, ‘Ad magistrum Lane noui collegii hoc opus pertinet pro quo habet opus metaphisice cum commento Scoti.’ At the end ‘M. Radulphus Lane possidebat hunc libellum quem commutauit pro Antonio Trumbeta metaphisico.’ At the head, canc., ‘Liber aureus cuius possessor Simo Ball’’. Just below, in another hand, canc., is ‘secundum Moryson postea’. At the foot, canc., ‘Michael Modin’. Lane (BRUO 1501–1540, 339) was fellow of New College 1513–1523, d. by Dec. 1555. Simon Ball (ibid., 22) was fellow of Merton 16 Feb. 1517, until his death in Jul. 1527.
Merton College Stack 112. d. 14 – Part 1
At the front a bifolium.
Merton College Stack 112. d. 14 – Part 2
At the back a bifolium.
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2020-01-06: First online publication