MS. Auct. D. inf. 2. 1
Summary Catalogue no.: 1967
Language(s): Latin (with an indenture in Middle English, fol. 1)
With prefaces and notes; canon tables (fol. iii verso); fol. 452, Interpretationes nominum Hebraicorum.
Preceding the bible: temporale (iiir, ivvb); sanctorale (ivvb-ivvd), beginning with St Sylvester; common of the saints (ivvd) and the dedication; votive masses (ivvd-iv) and masses for the dead. Incipits only, some explicits.
On fols. ii recto, 451v, 464 are many verses on points of Latin grammar and prosody, and on foll. ii verso, 451 miscellaneous theological notes.
Penwork initials (Pächt and Alexander, concordance and addenda, p. 4).
Fol. 1 is nearly the whole of an indenture in English between John Billyngton and Thomas Abyne, grocers, and Bartholomew Dun, mercer, all of London, 1 August 1456.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-04-06: Revised to incorporate all information SC, Pächt and Alexander, and van Dijk.