A catalogue of Western manuscripts at the Bodleian Libraries and selected Oxford colleges

St John's College MS 235 (fragment 106)

An unidentified commentary on PETER LOMBARD, Liber sententiarum (binding fragment)


Language(s): Latin

An unidentified commentary on PETER LOMBARD, Liber sententiarum,

the discussion of book 4, dist. 46, ch. 3 on the largest leaf.

Physical Description

Form: codex
Support: Vellum.
Extent: Fols. 3.
Dimensions (leaf): 360 × 250 mm.
(the smallest leaf cut down to 248 mm x 196 mm)


In double columns, each column 240 × 70–2 mm. , with 19 mm between columns, in 39 lines to the column (42 on the smallest leaf, in a different hand as well). No prickings; bounds and rules faded.


Written in secretary, perhaps continental?, s. xv3/4.


No headings. Two-line alternate lombards, blue on red flourishing and purple on grey flourishing.

The text broken by red paraphs.

On the smallest leaf, the running title ‘D 39. Q 1.’.


Origin: s. xv3/4 ;

Provenance and Acquisition

MS 235 is a collection of binding fragments removed from College books (medieval portions only). This entry is for fragment 106 only.

Record Sources

Ralph Hanna, A descriptive catalogue of the western medieval manuscripts of St. John's College, Oxford (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002)


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

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