St John's College MS. 235 (fragment 69)
HAYMO OF HALBERSTADT, Homiliae de tempore 56 (binding fragment)
ed. PL 118:328–9.
In double columns, each column 345 × 95 mm. , with 17 mm between columns, in 38 lines to the column. No prickings; bounded and ruled in black ink.
Written in protogothic bookhand, s. xii/xiii (but below top line).
The text broken by large capitals in text ink.
Provenance and Acquisition
A note at the top of the recto, ‘Whit Fryars as it’s thought It is Walton’ (s. xviii ex.); at the foot of the recto a modern notation ‘V, 2’.
MS 235 is a collection of binding fragments removed from College books (medieval portions only). This entry is for fragment 69 only.
For enquiries relating to this manuscript please contact St John's College Library.
Funding of Cataloguing
Conversion of the printed catalogue to TEI funded by the Thompson Family Charitable Trust
Last Substantive Revision
2022-06: First online publication