MS. Bodl. 268
Summary Catalogue no.: 1927
The last two articles are on Zelus and Christus (transferred from X), the latter ends 'que nouit uerbum, etc.'.
Identified in the Exeter cathedral inventory of 1506/7 as 'Secunda pars tabule theologie qui dicitur Per peregrinum', the compilation Pera peregrini.
Initials. (Pächt and Alexander iii. 1055, pl. XCVIII)
White sheepskin (about A.D. 1600) over older sewing and boards, damaged.
Provenance and Acquisition
Lacy arms and motto (azure, three ducks' heads erased argent; 'Dominus michi adiutor'), fol. 1.
The volumes occur in the Exeter library inventory of 1507.
The present one is not in the Benefactors' Register as presented by the dean and chapter of Exeter in 1602, as so many MSS. were. It reached the Library, however, not later than that year.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-04-01: Description revised to include all information in SC.