MS. Canon. Pat. Lat. 208
Summary Catalogue no.: 19194
Filia magistri; Liber de corpore Christi. Northern Italy, 15th century.
Fol. 54v blank.Kaeppeli 1994; Doucet no. 373; Stegmüller, Sent. no. 373. F. T. Harkins, 'Filiae Magistri: Peter Lombard’s Sentences and Medieval Theological Education ‘on the Ground’, in Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, vol. 3, ed. Philipp W. Rosemann (Leiden: Brill, 2015), pp. 26-78, this ms. at pp. 33, 35, 36n, 41-3, 48.
For the identification see Albert Derolez, 'Une bio-bibliographie de saint Laurent Justinien éditée d'après le manuscrit New York, Public Library, MS 82', Latomus 55/4 (1996), 786-805, no. 10 (p. 798), according to which the text was composed in 1431.
‘1451, in ecclesia S. Justine’
1 col., 31 lines, ruled space c. 185 × 115 mm. (but fols. 55r-73r with a larger lower margin and smaller upper margin)
Humanistic script with gothic features; hand (or at least pen) changes at fol. 55r.
Fols. 1r-54r: penwork initials.
Fols. 55r-73r: space for initial not filled in.
Quarter-leather with pasteboards covered with pink paper (Italian, 18th century), a standard lower-quality binding of the Canonici collection.
Last Substantive Revision
2022-07: Description revised for publication on Digital Bodleian.