MS. Auct. D. 4. 18
Summary Catalogue no.: 2094
Red leather on older boards, early 16th cent. Reading (?) work.
'Straps in binding from same late King's Bench writ (?) as in Bodley 397' (MLGB).
Provenance and Acquisition
Reading Abbey: part 1 identifiable in the catalogue of 1192. 'Contains contents list of Bodley 528 with Reading inscription: 'Hunc librum dedit frater Nicholas de Pichecote deo et beate Marie et con⟨ventui⟩ de Rading' ⟨Qu⟩em qui alienaverit, anathema sit' (fol. i recto flyleaf, reversed, s. xiii). No indication when flyleaf was bound with this volume.' (MLGB)
Presented by William Burdet of Sonning, in 1608.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-05-12: Revised to incorporate all information in SC.