MS. Lat. misc. d. 48
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
with the additions of Roland of Parma, as pr. in the ed. of Venice, 1499 (Hain 4812), and the glosses of the Four Masters ed. by F. Puccinotti, Storia della medicina, Livorno 1855, II.2, 662–795 and (accompanied by the text, but in wrong order) by C. Daremberg, Glossulae Quatuor Magistrorum, Naples 1854
Fragment, containing II.7 (gloss) ‘furfuris triticei’ (Puccinotti p.748 1.23) - IV.ii (gloss) ‘versus maxillarum’ (Puccinotti p.788 1.10). Due to the loss of a leaf between fol.3 and 4 the text wants III.2 (gloss) ‘superposita preparetur’ (Puccinotti p.753 1.16) - III.7 (text) ‘generandam et nutriendam’ (Daremberg p.57 1.8, Puccinotti p.756). Made up in 1923 from pastedowns of five Bodleian MSS)
2 cols., 36–38 lines
plain red initials.
Provenance and Acquisition
Made up in 1923 from pastedowns of five Bodleian MSS. (see list on fol.25) which were bound in Oxford in or about 1601 (cf. N. R. Ker, Pastedowns in Oxford bindings, nr. 1704 and p.217).