MS. Bodl. 685
Summary Catalogue no.: 2499
On the work see R. H. Rouse and M. A. Rouse, ed., Registrum Anglie de libris doctorum et auctorum veterem, CBMLC (1991), pp. xcviii-cxxvi.
Preceded by a slightly later index biblicus. Lists of Biblical commentators added, late 15th century, fols. iii, iv, 236.
2 cols., 54 lines, column space 240–7 × 68 mm.
Fine historiated border. (Pächt and Alexander iii. 589)
Provenance and Acquisition
Written by a Franciscan (Rouse & Rouse, p. civ), perhaps at the Oxford Greyfriars where the Tabula itself seems to have been compiled (ibid., ch. 5 passim).
‘Frater Jacobus Tubenhay de ordine minorum’, fol. 238, 15th century (Watson) or 14th century, middle (Rouse & Rouse, p. civ).
‘Finis Tabulae septem custodiarum petri Wilhymleyd’ and ‘secundum exemplar Magistri Wattson oxon.’ olim ex ordine minorum’, both early 16th century, fol. 235v. The mistaken ascription of authorship in the former passage derives from the colophon of Oxford, Balliol College MS. 217, of which Peter Wilhhymleyd was the scribe (Rouse & Rouse, p. c).
Probably acquired between 1605 and 1611.
Last Substantive Revision
2019-03-27: Revised to incorporate all information in Watson, SC and Pächt and Alexander.