MS. Bodl. 109
Summary Catalogue no.: 1962
With the preface giving the author's name, and a list of chapters. This copy stops abruptly in the middle of a page with 'Memento frater Herebercte ut modo', in the 28th chapter, out of 44.
Fols. 60v-78r are an addition of the first half of the twelfth century (Gameson, Manuscripts of Early Norman England, no. 632)
Two glosses in Old English, see Ker, Catalogue no. 301.
Provenance and Acquisition
For date and origin see Gneuss-Lapidge.
Presented by sir Henry Savile in 1620.
Digital Bodleian (2 images from 35mm slides)
Last Substantive Revision
2020-04-06: Revised to incorporate all information in SC with reference to Gameson and Gneuss-Lapidge.