MS. Bodl. 506
Summary Catalogue no.: 2170
In the account of king Alfred occurs 'scolas publicas variarum arcium apud Oxoniam primus instituit, quam urbem in multis articulis priuilegiauit et clericis ibidem magnam partem substancie sue dedit'. (fol. 42v). The last words are 'postmodum domino pape vt dicitur deferebat et cetera. Et finitur xix die Augusti', shortly after an account of the death of James I of Scotland in 1436/7. On fol. iv is an account of England as divided into five kingdoms, and on fols. v, viii v, 107 are some chronological notes of the 15th cent.
Provenance and Acquisition
Probably acquired between 1613 and 1620.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-07-23: Description revised to incorporate all information in SC.