MS. Auct. D. 4. 9
Summary Catalogue no.: 1968
With Jerome's prologues: the New Testament begins at 387v: the first 124 pages bear many marginal notes. At fol. 489 follow the usual Interpretaciones Hebraicorum nominum.
Foll. iv-ix are filled with 'Liber Esdre secundus', usually called the 4th book (beg. 'Liber Hesdre prophete secundus filii Sarey'). There are also theological notes, including a skeleton harmony of the Gospels (fol. ii), much written with a metal stilus (on fols. ix verso-xiv), and a list of the books of the Bible (fol. 535v)
Some musical notation.
Other initials. (P&A iii. 505)
Oxford, late 16th cent.
Four vellum leaves of a copy of Pynson's edition of the Sarum Breviary  were taken out of the binding in 1916 and placed in Gough Missals 160.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-04-06: Revised to incorporate all information SC, P&A, and van Dijk.