MS. Hamilton 48
Summary Catalogue no.: 24478
Johannes Hagen on Ruth, Judges, Deuteronomy; Nicholas Lyra on Joshua, Judges and Ruth. A-C Germany (in part Erfurt), 15th century, third quarter (in part 1458)
Blind-stamped half-leather binding, late fifteenth century, with part of contemporary contents label; boards replaced. The stamp is lily in rhombus, perhaps Einbanddatenbank s010185 The original front board, with the remains of the original contents label, is now kept as MS. Hamilton 48*.
Fragments removed from this manuscript are now: MS. Lat. liturg. d. 16, fol. 37 (fol. '292' of this ms.), fols. 49–50; MS. Lat. misc. c. 17, fols. 53–5.
Provenance and Acquisition
Erfurt, Carthusian abbey: ex libris on fols. 1r, 6r, fol. 215r; pressmark VIII.C on the upper board (MS. Hamilton 48*). Identifiable as C8 in the late-fifteenth-century library catalogue (ed. P. Lehmann, p. 280).
Friedrich Gottlieb Julius von Bülow, 1760-?1831, 385 in the catalogue of part 3 of his sale, 10 Oct. 1836.
Presented to the Bodleian Library by his sons and received in 1857.
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Last Substantive Revision
2020-09-30: Description finalized for Polonsky German project.