A catalogue of Western manuscripts at the Bodleian Libraries and selected Oxford colleges

MS. Auct. D. 2. 11

Summary Catalogue no.: 2112


1. (fol. 1)
Jeremiah with gloss

The first seven leaves are lost, and the text begins in Jer. iv. 4.

Language(s): Latin
2. (fol. 98v)
Lamentations with gloss
Language(s): Latin

Physical Description

Form: codex
Support: parchment
Extent: 141 leaves
Dimensions (binding): 13.25 × 9.25 in.


Illuminated capitals.


White leather on boards, clasps lost, with parchment label bearing title on side, 15th cent. English work, mended.

Accompanying Material

The fly-leaves are parts of four membranes of Latin court rolls of some abbey lands in Yorkshire in 1413 and 1424, perhaps at Middleham near Jervaulx abbey; identified in MLGB3 as 'account roll for Henry VI'.


Origin: 13th century, second half ; English

Provenance and Acquisition

Probably from the same scriptorium as MSS. Auct. D. 2. 13, Auct. D. 3. 13, Auct. D. 2. 10, and Auct. D. 1. 4 (MLGB3).

Windsor, collegiate chapel: ' Usual chain mark. Label on front board at top, much faded, with title 'Glosæ super Iere[...]'. ' (MLGB3)

Presented by the dean and canons of Windsor in 1612.

Record Sources

Description adapted (May 2020) from the Summary Catalogue (1922), with additional reference to other published literature as cited.


Last Substantive Revision

2020-05-20: Description revised to incorporate all information in SC.