MS. Hamilton 35
Summary Catalogue no.: 24465
Jacobus de Clusa, various works; Germany, 15th century, partly 1443–1444
In 24 parts. Meier, no. 3 (this ms. listed)
At fol. 158v is 'Epistola Bernardi in libello de Mundi contemptu', addressed to the abbot of Cluny.
In 16 dialogues between Magister and Discipulus, with preface. Meier no. 38, this ms. listed
Meier no. 76, this ms. listed.
in 28 chapters: at end in a different but contemporary hand is 'Anno Domini Mº ccccº xliijº infra octauas Natiuitatis gloriose Virginis ... Marie.'
Meier no. 45, this ms. listed.
Meier no. 63, this ms. listed.
'Epistola Henrici de Hassia' (beg. 'Honorabili ... Literas caritatis vestre': fol. 292): a poem on the vanity of earthly delights (beg. 'Si tibi diuicias cumules metalla, quid inde?': fol. 293v).
in 22 chapters: at end 'Annis [sic] Domini 1444º in octaua Epyphanie, etc.'
Meier no. 19, this ms. listed.
Meier no. 15, this ms. listed.
At the foot of the first column is '1444 Mich'', i.e. Michaelmas (?).
Meier no. 40, this ms. listed.
At the foot of the first column is '1444', and at the foot of the last '1444. hedwigis', i.e. St. Hedwig's day (?).
Meier no. 77, this ms. listed.
Two columns, c. 38–52 lines. Column space 230–40 × 70 mm.
Ruled and stamped pigskin on boards (15th century)
Digital Bodleian (full digital facsimile)
Last Substantive Revision
2020-03-19: Description revised for Polonsky digitization project to include additional information from printed descriptions.