MS. Auct. D. 1. 4
Summary Catalogue no.: 2113
With other contemporary notes in a minute hand.
There are marginal references to the sections of the other Gospels, forming a harmony.
Theological notes written chiefly with a metal stilus are on fols. 187-9, etc.
Red leather on boards, clasps lost, worn, English 15th cent. work.
Provenance and Acquisition
'From same scriptorium as ⟨MS.⟩ Auct. D. 2. 11' (MLGB3).
Windsor, collegiate chapel: 'Medieval binding generally, but not markedly, like ⟨MS.⟩ Bodley 192. The usual Windsor chain-staple mark and characteristic endbands.' (MLGB3)
This appears to be the 'Lyra cum Glossâ in Mathæum' given by the dean and chapter of Windsor in 1612.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-05-20: Description revised to incorporate all information in SC.