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Moralia in Job

Leaf from Gregory the Great's Moralia in Job, book XII: 42-7. Written in England; this leaf later used as a flyleaf or wrapper. Cf. Stegmüller 2634. First line 1r: Bene (er)g(o) d(icitu)r . terrebit eu(m) tribulatio . First line 1v: (i)...

Apocalypse

Text from Apocalypse 21:3-20; likely written in the southern Netherlands. First line 1r: throno dicente(m) : Ecce tab(er)naculu(m) d(e)i cu(m) hominib(us) ./ et. First line 1v: bat muru(m) magnu(m) et altu(m) ./ habens portas duodeci(m) .^ et.

Vita Beatae Mariae Aegyptiacae

An excerpt of the Latin text Vita Beatae Mariae Aegyptiacae by Hildebert of Lavardin, containing lines 34-103. Possibly written in the southern Netherlands, as Aulne had a copy of this text. First line 1r: Vinceris maiores . ut stellas luna min...

Moralia in Job

Latin, an excerpt from book X: 6 of Gregory the Great's Moralia in Job. Written in England and used as binding material. First line 1r: iratus placaret. Hęc ih(esu)m exploratore(m) do. First line 1v: [.]one iudicii . sese spontanea paup(...

Noted Missal

Missal with text from the 13th and 14th Sundays after Pentecost; written in Germany. First partially legible line 1r: [....] p(er) [...] q(uo)d d(eu)s qui dixere tenebris [....]p[....]escere. First line 1v: [..]oue q(ui)s nob(is) ut ad p(rae)m...

Commentaria in Epistolam ad Romanos

From the Commentaria in Epistolam ad Romanos by Origen (Rufinus's translation). The text on this leaf contains commentary on Romans 6:3-4. Written at Cambron Abbey in the Southern Netherlands; another leaf (Keio UL 170X/9/18/19) is inscribe...

Media Glossatura in Epistolas Pauli

Gilbert de la Porrée's Media Glossatura in Epistolas Pauli; this leaf with text from no. 12, end of Romans and beginning of I Corinthians. Written in the southern Netherlands, almost certainly at Cambron; another leaf from the same MS, now a...

Media Glossatura in Epistolas Pauli

Excerpt from Gilbert de la Porrée's Media Glossatura in Epistolas Pauli. This leaf contains the end of II Corinthians and beginning of Galatians. Cf. TAK/1/12. First line 1r: bit omne u(er)bum Predixi . et p(re). First line 1v: te inuic...

Media Glossatura in Epistolas Pauli

Excerpt from the Media Glossatura in Epistolas Pauli by Gilber de la Porrée; this leaf contains the end of Philippians and the beginning of Colossians. Cf. TAK/1/12. First line 1r: Cauisus su(m) (et) c(u)m . hic (com)memorat q(ue) sibi necc(esa...

Collectanea in Epistolas Pauli

Text from Collectanea in Epistolas Pauli by Peter Lombard. Includes the end of the preface and the opening of Romans; likely written in the southern Netherlands. First line 1r: vestigio mare rubru(m) t(ra)nsire fecit. First line 1v: tem eque ...

Collectanea in Epistolas Pauli

Beginning of Peter Lombard's Collectanea in Epistolas Pauli with the opening of the prologue. Most likely written in northern France or the southern Netherlands, from Cambron Abbey. First line 1r: Principia rerum. First line 1v: direxit ...

Breviary

Matins on Maundy Thursday office. This fragment was removed from a binding. First line 1r: surrectionis gr(ati)am con. First line 1v: Vigilate (et) orate dicit d(omi)n(u)s.

Sententiae

Sententiae of Peter Lombard, containing an excerpt from book IV, dist. 49, 1.5.12-3.3.1. Possibly written in England; taken from the last gathering of the full manuscript. First line 1r: enim est (et) si dicamus (et) qui no(n). First line 1v: ...

Planctus de Maria Magdalena

Text from the Planctus de Maria Magdalena of Pseudo-Origen. Written in the southern Netherlands, likely at a Cistercian house due to the style of punctuation; another copy of this text was at Cambron. First line 1r: phis qui\t/ ili .7 quia no(n...

Sarum Lectionary

Lectionary, text from I Kings 3:2-18; written in England, with other leaves from the same manuscript at All Souls and Oxford. First line 1r: heli iacebit in loco suo. First line 1v: muel . Loquere d(omi)ne./

Summa Theologica

Excerpt from Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologica, I Secundae, quaestio xvii, article 1, argument 1, line 21-article 8, argument 1, line 2. Written in England.First line 1r: puta cu(m) alic(ui) d(icitur) fac h(oc) . p(rimu)m a(utem) moue(n)s i...

Lectura in Decretales Gregorii IX

Physical Description:Content Description: Latin, from Lectura in Decretales Gregorii IX by Henricus de Segusio (Hostiensis), text from book 1, chapter 2. Probably written in England or possibly France and used as as binding material. First line...

Theology

Text from an unidentified theological work, written in England. Taken from a binding. First line 1r: ac (con)(ste?)rnim et pet(?)ri ex quo (con)esud(alis?) q(ue) om(n)is homo. First line 1v: nisi si(n)t et novi lex nec (?)tucisio . nec a(liqu...

Breviary and Psalter

Text from the Sanctoral for 29 August. Written in England; these leaves likely used as wrappers for a set of proclamations. First line 1r: Cunq(ue) mardom(us) tunc maior. First line 1v: ni v(est)re redemptionis materia fuit.

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