MS. Bodl. 97
Summary Catalogue no.: 1928
The author's name is given in a 13th cent. title. Two leaves are wanting at the end, the text ending 'fidei fragilitate tremebundus'.
Glossed in Latin and Old English
Initials. (P&A iii. 39)
Plain white sheepskin (15th cent. English work) over older boards, which have been turned round.
Provenance and Acquisition
Christ Church, Canterbury, until at least 1337, evidence of pressmarks: on fol. i is ‘sx’ and ‘D(istinctio) ija G(radus) vus’ (M.R. James' Ancient Libraries of Canterbury, 1903, pp. 506, 21, xlv).
Canterbury, St Augustine's Abbey, late 14th cent.: 'De librario Sancti Augustini extra Cantuariam'.
William Darell (d. 1580): '1565 anno E. R. 7°' 'W. Darrell possessor huius libri'.
Presented by sir Walter Cope in 1602.
Digital Bodleian (2 images from 35mm slides)
Last Substantive Revision
2020-04-01: Description revised to include all information in SC.