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MS. Lat. th. d. 17

Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)

Contents

(fol.3)
Rubric: Colloquium magistri st di⟨s⟩cipuli in regulam beati Agustini de vita clericorum
Incipit: Sicut ille iure laudandus est
Explicit: non nostre providencie sed dei gracie tribuatur qui est benedictus

The author has been identified as Robertus Scriba, prior of Bridlington .

Language(s): Latin
(fol.97v)
Augustine , Letters

Letters exchanged between St. Augustine and St. Jerome, nos. 67, 68, 28, 71, 72, 81, 40, 75, 82, 172, 202 in the edition of St. Augustine's letters, C.S.E.L. vol. 34, 44 and 57.

Language(s): Latin
(fol.122)
The vision of Barontus (B.H.L. 997),

in a revised and somewhat shortened version

Incipit: Volumus enarrare caritati vestre
Explicit: ductores habere mereamur ad vitam eternam
Language(s): Latin

Physical Description

Secundo Folio: neophitorum
Form: codex
Support: parchment
Extent: 130 leaves
Dimensions (leaf): 235 × 165 mm.
Edges cropped by binder
Dimensions (written): 170-5 × 105 mm.
Foliation: 15th cent. foliation

Collation

1(8)–5(8), 6(10) 4 and 6 canc.), 7(10)(9 cut out), 8(8)–10(8), 11(10), 12(8)–14(8), 15(6)(6 canc.), 16(8) catchwords, now mostly cut away

Layout

24–25 (fol.3–98, 122–129v) long lines

32 (fol.98v–121v) long lines

Decoration

Plain red initials.

History

Origin: 12th century, last quarter ; English

Provenance and Acquisition

' William Thompson , John Robinson ' (fol. 116), 'To my loving friend John Robinson 1573' (fol. 123)

Bought from E. P. Goldschmidt, cat. 100, no. 83, 1932.

Record Sources

Typescript description by Bodleian Library staff