MS. Lat. th. d. 24
Summary Catalogue no.: 30591 (in part)
Two leaves, with 10th-century Kentish (?) glosses. Pp.270 l.4 ‘ludificare’ - 271 l.5 ‘lampadibus ecclesiae’, and pp.280 l.14 'ecclesiae' - 281 l.18 ‘in utroque’ of the ed. of Ehwald, M. G. H. Auct. Antiq. XV. For the whereabouts of other leaves of this MS. see E. A. Lowe, Rev. Bén. 39 (1927), 191–2 and N. R. Ker, Catalogue of MSS. containing Anglo-Saxon, Oxford, 1957, p.10, no.12. Additional notes on these by N. R. Ker form fol.i and ii of this MS.
22 long lines.
Initial. (Pächt and Alexander iii. 9)
Provenance and Acquisition
Fol. 2 given to the Bodleian by H. W. Garrod, 1942. Fol. 1 was formerly MS. Lat. th. f. 2 (P)
A part of another bifolium is the wrapper of the printed book Arch A f.131, which formerly had the shelfmark Don. f. 458.
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Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.