MS. Hamilton 12
Summary Catalogue no.: 24442
Commentary usually shorter than the text as printed, but the orationes usually given in full. Blank spaces on fols. 48v, 52r, 112v, 121r, 131v, 156v (no loss of text, continuation of text 'in alio folio' or 'in reversione folii' noted). Lower half of fol. 48 cut out.
Ends in c. 22 (ed. E. H. Reiter, 1997).
Followed or continued (fols. 164v-166r) by a collection of authorities and verses mostly relating to priesthood:
Includes Walther 8689 (cf. Walther, Proverbia, 11431)
Includes Walther 3445
Cf. Walther 15555 (‘Qui missam...’)
Text continues on fol. 158v.
Fol. 166v blank.
Fol. 167r-v blank except for a short note on baptism.
Frame-ruled, verticals only. 1 col., c. 38-55 lines. Written space 225-40 × 125-40 mm.
Cursive, two hands (1) fols. 1r-34r, 37r-63v, 65v-146r, 147v-154r, 155r-166r (2) fols. 34r-37r, 63v-65v, 146v-147v, 154v-155r.
Small coloured initials at the beginning of sections. Occasional larger coloured initials at the beginning of Psalms. Underlining in red. Headings in textualis.
Marginal notes of topics and authorities quoted.
19th century binding.
Provenance and Acquisition
St Peter's, Erfurt: ‘Liber sancti Petri in Erfordia’, 15th cent., fol. 1r.
Friedrich Gottlieb Julius von Bülow, 1760-?1831, 60 ('Alani glossa super psalterium') in the catalogue of part 3 of his sale, 10 Oct. 1836 (cf. fol. 1r)
Presented to the Bodleian Library by his sons and received in 1857.
Digital Bodleian (full digital facsimile)
Last Substantive Revision
2020-06-12: Revised date of antiphonal endleaves