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the OldEnglish Pentateuch', in Review of English Studies , 3 (1952), 305-14 Roberts, Jane, Guide to Scripts Used in English Writings up to 1500 (London: British Library, 2005) Smith, Andrea B., The Anonymous Parts of the OldEnglishHexateuch:
Hexateuch fragment , s. xi 2 MS 298 is a portfolio of different material. It includes flyleaves, pastedowns, loose leaves, etc. ( Thomson 1989 ). B is a fragment from a copy of two cut leaves of the Old
http://bodley30.bodley.ox.ac.uk:8180/luna/servlet ; accessed August 2010) Marsden, Richard, 'Old Latin Interventions in the OldEnglish 'Heptateuch'', in Anglo-Saxon England 23 (1994), pp. 229-64 ---, 'Translation by Commitee? The 'Anonymous' Text of the OldEnglishHexateuch', in Haxateuch , ed. by Rebecca
Arthur S., ed., The OldEnglish Version of the Enlarged Rule of Chrodegang together with the Latin Original; An OldEnglish Version of the Capitula of Theodulf together with the Latin Original; An Interlinear OldEnglish Rendering of the Epitome
a round back. f insular used for OldEnglish. g insular used for OldEnglish. Its round loop is closed. r insular used for OldEnglish. s insular (high) form used for OldEnglish. ƿ is used. s. xi 2
version) Language: English and Latin Date Range: 1390-1415 Scribal Hands: Gower Scribe or Scribe D Material: Parchment No of Folios: 3 old paper stubs + 2 old parchment stubs (parts of a deed of some kind?) + 1 old paper
only copy of this poem). Language: English Date Range: 1430-1450 Scribal Hands: John Shirley Material: Paper No of Folios: 1 newer paper + 1 parchment stub + 2 old paper stubs + 2 old paper blank except for title added
Title: Canterbury Tales Author: Chaucer Contents: Canterbury Tales Language: English Date Range: 1430-1460 Scribal Hands: Unknown Dialect: W.Oxon Material: Parchment No of Folios: ii (old paper flyleaves) + 192 + i (old paper flyleaf) Pagination: Modern foliation. Quiring: 1-24(8) Signatures:
only, Clerk, Wife of Bath, Friar and Summoner. Language: English Date Range: 1450-1475 Scribal Hands: Unknown Dialect: Warwicks Material: Parchment No of Folios: ii (old paper flyleaves) + 79 + ii (old paper flyleaves) Pagination: Modern foliation Quiring: 1-9(8), 10(7
Title: Canterbury Tales Author: Chaucer Contents: Canterbury Tales Language: English Date Range: 1450-1475 Scribal Hands: Unknown Dialect: Chaucerian/Standardised/Western/Northern Material: Parchment No of Folios: ii (old paper flyleaves) + 239 + ii (old paper flyleaves) Pagination: Pencil foliation in top right
Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Opera Acquisition: acquired from Rowley 13.10.33 -- acquisition date? Binding: Binding old red morocco over boards, covers with one gilt fillet around the outer edge. Spine gilt with stamped winged dragon and the lettering AUSTIN /
Title: Bible. Old Testament. Creator: Manuscript Name: Bible. Old Testament Text lang: HEB Locus: fol. 1-691 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:
Title: Bible. Old Testament Creator: Manuscript Name: Bible. Old Testament Text lang: HEB Locus: fol. 1-459 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:
Title: Bible. Old Testament. Pentateuch Creator: Manuscript Name: Bible. Old Testament. Pentateuch Text lang: HEB Locus: fol. 1-380 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:
Title: Bible. Old Testament. Pentateuch. Creator: Manuscript Name: Bible. Old Testament. Pentateuch Text lang: HEB Locus: fol. 1-51 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:
Bookplate of John Borthwick, 'Crookston' on front pastedown. On a slip (pasted?) onto , "upon the couer of the oldEnglish Life of Christ ....Iste liber constat wilelmo Squyer". Notes - References and Other Resources Hardy, A Revelation of Purgatory
of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) Liber Aureus de Passione et Resurreccione Domini Incipit " O ur lord whan he was xxx years old he made hise apostles", 1r. At the beginning of the section after the Liber Aureus component of the text,
microfilm analysis. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading 2 volumes of English religious literature bound together (in the C16?), C15. Condition Both volumes are in good condition (the Prick of Conscience book showing less signs of handling); there are a
English Studies , 33 (2003): 170-181. G.A. Lester , The Index of Middle English Prose Handlist II (1985) 14-24. [A full bibliographical study of John Rylands 85, which shares many items with Laud Misc. 23]. C.A. Martin , 'Middle
fols 20 and 21. 7. Lydgate, The Life of Our Lady , IMEV 2574, fols 21r-119r. 8. The Libel of English Policy , IMEV 3491 (collated in Wright, ed., Political Poems , II, 157-205) ends imperfectly, "Off ffortitude Iustice Agilite"
South English Legendary: Life of St. Frideswitha (IMEV 2900 ) f. 145v South English Legendary: Life of St. Fremund (IMEV 3192 ) f. 154r South English Legendary: Life of St. Petronilla (IMEV 3049 ) ff. 155r-157v South English Legendary: Old
English f. 91v South English Legendary: Feast of the Circumcision ( IMEV 4266 ) English f. 92r South English Legendary: Epiphany ( IMEV 3813 ) English f. 92r South English Legendary: Life of St. Hilary ( IMEV 2912 )
L. and Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: County Dictionary , 4 vols, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 4. Morris, R., ed, 1867-68, 1873. OldEnglish Homilies of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries , 2 vols, EETS,
Library Kk.i.12 s. xv English Scribal Dialect: Herefordshire. Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: 356 244, LP 7420 (McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin 1986, p. 199). A fifteenth-century copy of the Brut to the sixth year of Henry V copied in one hand.
) English f. 48v South English Legendary: Feast of the Annunciation (IMEV 2989 ) English ff. 48v-49r South English Legendary: Moveable Feasts/Septuagesima (IMEV 791 ) English ff. 49r-51r South English Legendary: Lent (IMEV 1859 ) English ff. 51r-52r South English
text in red or blue; running titles and side notes supplied in C15 in Latin and English (poss. scribal?). Annotation and Marginalia Latin and English annotation, C15-C16; see long description. Erasures? Marginalia erased in various places; see long description. Graffiti?
and 4th quarter C15. References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 13 Contents 1: Latin and English verse by John Lydgate, Graunte Cato , fols 3r-29v 2: verse, Lydgate, Stans Puer ad mensam, fols 30r-31v 3:
from Henry III (fol. 69r); proper names underlined. Annotation and Marginalia Scribal and other C15 annotation, in both Latin and English, eg. scribal notae: fol. 67v 'how kyng John was poysend by a monke and dede and the monke also',
poss. mid-C15. References in LALME No entry in LALME . Items in the MS 5 Contents 1: genealogical descent of English Kings from Noah to Edward IV (recording Edward IVs wife Elizabeth, d. 1483, and their son Thomas, earl 1471-75),
competent scribes. Number of Leaves i + 190; Pastedowns and fol. i are 3 leaves of a noted missal in English, C18, feria ii and feria iii post ramos . Mis-en-page 1 column, 28-44 lines; frames prob. ruled in ink.