The Sarum temporale and THOMAS AQUINAS, Scriptum super Libros Sententiarum (binding fragments)
Previously numbered fragments 5 and 6 respectively; Ker PD nos. 445–6 (42).
Provenance and Acquisition
MS 235 is a collection of binding fragments removed from College books (medieval portions only). This entry is for fragment 95 only.
1. The Sarum temporale
services for the second Saturday and the third Sunday in Lent, ed. Sarum Missal, cols. 188–91.
Dimensions (leaf): 307 × 210 mm.
In double columns, each column 245 × 70 mm. , with 13 mm between columns, in 39–40 lines to the column. No prickings; bounds and rules faded.
Written in gothic textura semiquadrata, s. xiv ex.
Headings in red.
At divisions, 2-line blue lombards on red flourishing.
A 4-line unfinished champe (only the gold leaf laid).
Origin: s. xiv ex ;
A few theological notes, in the main illegible, in secretary at the foot.
Dimensions (leaf): 310 × 200 mm.
The verso is very nearly illegible.
In double columns, each column 237 × 70 mm. , with 12 mm between columns, in 54 lines to the column. No prickings; bounded and ruled in black ink.
Written in gothic textura semiquadrata, s. xiv med.
Three-line alternate red and blue lombards on flourishing of the other colour.
Blanks for headings unfilled.
The text divided by occasional red paraphs.
Origin: s. xiv med
The shelfmark of the book from which they were removed, ‘X.3.14’ upside down at the foot of the first leaf.
Ralph Hanna, A descriptive catalogue of the western medieval manuscripts of St. John's College, Oxford (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002)
Neil R. Ker, Pastedowns in Oxford Bindings. Oxford Bibliographical Society Publications NS 5 (1954).
R. P. Mandonnet and Maria F. Moos (eds.) S. Thomae Aquinatis Scriptum super libros Sententiarum magistri petri Lombardi, episcopi Parisiensis, 4 vols. (Paris, 1929–47).
Francis Proctor and Christopher Wordsworth (eds.), Breviarum ad usum insignis ecclesiae Sarum, 3 vols. (Cambridge, 1882–6).
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