MS. Auct. F. 5. 19
Summary Catalogue no.: 2148
Here without title of any kind: see no. 2372, art. 6. This is really only an expansion of a portion of the preliminary (chronological) part of Marianus's work, and was composed in 1086.
On the solar and lunar cycles, epacts, etc.
With diagrams, one of which, a horoscopium, is ascribed to st. Jerome.
With some additional tables in the place of the epilogue.
On fol. 82v is a short 12th cent. computation of years: and there are other notes here and on fol. 1.
Endleaves now MS. Lat. th. d. 7.
Provenance and Acquisition
'Gerard Curtes', abt. 1400
'Andreas Dauidsonus', 16th cent. (fol. 22v, cf. 82v).
Acquired not after 1602.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-06-30: Description revised to incorporate all information in SC.