MS. Bodl. 466
Summary Catalogue no.: 2460
The alphabetical table and concordance of the Decretum Gratiani and the Decretals composed by Martinus Polonus, and entitled Alphabetum Decreti et Decretalium, Margarita Decreti, Summa (or, Vocabularium) Juris Canonici or (Summa) Martiniana. Here without title, but the preface mentions the author's name.
Pächt and Alexander iii. 597
Provenance and Acquisition
This volume may doubtfully be taken to represent the 'Anon. in Iule' (i. e. Jure?), which appears among the Folio Law books in the earliest catalogue (1602). It has a neglected appearance, and escaped the 1605 catalogue, first appearing (as T. 11. 11 Jur.) in the 1620 lists, though the entry of it in the handlist of 1614 may be of that date
MS. Bodl. 466, fol. ii
200 lines of a lexicographical poem on Greek words, chiefly Latin words derived from Greek, with glosses and scribbling. Two lines in the S section are 'Cantica sunt psalmi: psalteria musica quedam | Sunt instrumenta que dicas organa nabla'
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Last Substantive Revision
2023-01-20: Description revised to incorporate all the information in the Summary Catalogue (1922)