MS. Bodl. 131
Summary Catalogue no.: 1999
Preceded by a list of chapters and a 'proheme'.
Jessica Lamothe, 'An edition of the Latin and four Middle English versions of William Flete’s De remediis contra temptaciones (Remedies against Temptations)'. PhD thesis, University of York, 2017
A translated extract from Catherine of Siena’s Documento Spirituale, Jolliffe I.7c. (ed. Lamothe, thesis, pp. 51–2, and by Dirk Schultze in Anglia 136, no. 2, 11 June 2018)
Abridged version, with added prefatory material introducing the hours of the Passion (Lamothe, thesis, p. 52)
Jolliffe, C.33, this manuscript only; followed by short texts on suffering, contrition and confession, Jolliffe J.1 and Jolliffe E.18, Lamothe, pp. 52–3.
Fol. 141 is slightly injured.
Michael G. Sargent, ‘The Latin Verses over the Cell Doors of London Charterhouse’, in Studies in Carthusian Monasticism in the Late Middle Ages, ed. by Julian Luxford (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009), pp. 179–97.
Followed by three short Latin theological pieces in different hands (see Lamothe, p. 54).
Notation on staves (see van Dijk 1957).
White leather on bevelled boards, clasp lost, contemporary English work
Provenance and Acquisition
Written by John Morton (art. 1), presumably the John Morton who received the letters of confraternity bound in at fols. 148–9, perhaps for his own use.
Probably acquired by the Library between 1605 and 1611.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-04-08: Revised to incorporate all information in SC and with reference to recent publications.