MS. Lat. th. e. 12
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
Theological treatises; Italian, 14th century
The sections ‘de donis’ and ‘de beatitudinibus’ are transferred from their normal position in the text and begin (fol.79) after ‘Explicit summa de virtutibus’ and a blank leaf
2 cols., 30 lines
Plain red and blue initials.
Provenance and Acquisition
Pawn note in Hebrew characters mentioning Santa Maria della Servi (back inside cover: ‘superiore della (S)anta Maria delli Servi. Summa di vicii e virtuti 2 perah (flowers i.e. ducats)’
‘Iste liber est sancti Petri qui legit debet inteligere’, 16th cent. (fol.135)
Bought from Messrs. Bull & Auvache, December 1902, for £3 13s. 6d., by Paget Toynbee , and given by him to the Bodleian, July 1916.