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initials in red and one in blue (ff. 49, 53, 64, 66). Rubrics in red. Antiquitates iudaicae The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library): probably entered the collection during the reign of Henry VIII and was stored at Hampton

be identified with no. 23 in Patrick Young's 1622 catalogue of the cathedral library, Salisbury (see Ker 1964).The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library): in the catalogue of the library of St James’s Palace (see ~Catalogi librorum manuscriptorum Angliae

and OldEnglish glosses. This portion of a glossary contains Latin words from 'a' to 'fu'. Most words are glossed in Latin, with some OldEnglish glosses as explanations of the Latin glosses and some words having OldEnglish glosses

(some oxidised). Epistolae, De obitu Theodosii, De Nabuthae The cathedral church of St Mary, Salisbury: (see Ker 1987).The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library): in the catalogue of the library of St James’s Palace (see ~Catalogi librorum manuscriptorum Angliae

laudibus virginitatis Added Latin and OldEnglish glosses, 1st quarter and middle of the 11th century (See Ker 1957).Added leaves (ff. 116-118); substituted for the original folios, 11th century.Added drawing of Aldhelm, 13th century?The English Royal Library: included in the

Included in the Rochester library catalogues of 1122 no. 12; and of 1202, no. 19 (see English Benedictine Libraries 1996).The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library): Westminster inventory number 633), included in the inventory of books in the Upper

laudibus virginitatis Added Latin and OldEnglish glosses, 1st quarter and middle of the 11th century (See Ker 1957).Added leaves (ff. 116-118); substituted for the original folios, 11th century.Added drawing of Aldhelm, 13th century?The English Royal Library: included in the

laudibus virginitatis Added Latin and OldEnglish glosses, 1st quarter and middle of the 11th century (See Ker 1957).Added leaves (ff. 116-118); substituted for the original folios, 11th century.Added drawing of Aldhelm, 13th century?The English Royal Library: included in the

laudibus virginitatis Added Latin and OldEnglish glosses, 1st quarter and middle of the 11th century (See Ker 1957).Added leaves (ff. 116-118); substituted for the original folios, 11th century.Added drawing of Aldhelm, 13th century?The English Royal Library: included in the

words from 'a' to 'fu'. Most words are glossed in Latin, with some OldEnglish glosses as explanations of the Latin glosses and some words having OldEnglish glosses only. The contents are related to glossaries in Epinal, Bibliotheque Municipale

words from 'a' to 'fu'. Most words are glossed in Latin, with some OldEnglish glosses as explanations of the Latin glosses and some words having OldEnglish glosses only. The contents are related to glossaries in Epinal, Bibliotheque Municipale

Prognosticon futuri saeculi, with interlinear Latin glosses and 1 OldEnglish gloss on f. 69 (ff. 1v-79v);Aldhelm, bishop of Sherborne (c. 705-709), Aenigmata, with interlinear and marginal Latin and 75 OldEnglish glosses (ff. 79v-103v);Caelius Firmianus Symposius, 'Enigmata Simphosii' (ff.

Prognosticon futuri saeculi, with interlinear Latin glosses and 1 OldEnglish gloss on f. 69 (ff. 1v-79v);Aldhelm, bishop of Sherborne (c. 705-709), Aenigmata, with interlinear and marginal Latin and 75 OldEnglish glosses (ff. 79v-103v);Caelius Firmianus Symposius, 'Enigmata Simphosii' (ff.

Prognosticon futuri saeculi, with interlinear Latin glosses and 1 OldEnglish gloss on f. 69 (ff. 1v-79v);Aldhelm, bishop of Sherborne (c. 705-709), Aenigmata, with interlinear and marginal Latin and 75 OldEnglish glosses (ff. 79v-103v);Caelius Firmianus Symposius, 'Enigmata Simphosii' (ff.

Prognosticon futuri saeculi, with interlinear Latin glosses and 1 OldEnglish gloss on f. 69 (ff. 1v-79v);Aldhelm, bishop of Sherborne (c. 705-709), Aenigmata, with interlinear and marginal Latin and 75 OldEnglish glosses (ff. 79v-103v);Caelius Firmianus Symposius, 'Enigmata Simphosii' (ff.

Prognosticon futuri saeculi, with interlinear Latin glosses and 1 OldEnglish gloss on f. 69 (ff. 1v-79v);Aldhelm, bishop of Sherborne (c. 705-709), Aenigmata, with interlinear and marginal Latin and 75 OldEnglish glosses (ff. 79v-103v);Caelius Firmianus Symposius, 'Enigmata Simphosii' (ff.

Prognosticon futuri saeculi, with interlinear Latin glosses and 1 OldEnglish gloss on f. 69 (ff. 1v-79v);Aldhelm, bishop of Sherborne (c. 705-709), Aenigmata, with interlinear and marginal Latin and 75 OldEnglish glosses (ff. 79v-103v);Caelius Firmianus Symposius, 'Enigmata Simphosii' (ff.

Prognosticon futuri saeculi, with interlinear Latin glosses and 1 OldEnglish gloss on f. 69 (ff. 1v-79v);Aldhelm, bishop of Sherborne (c. 705-709), Aenigmata, with interlinear and marginal Latin and 75 OldEnglish glosses (ff. 79v-103v);Caelius Firmianus Symposius, 'Enigmata Simphosii' (ff.

Coloured initial 'R'(everentissimis). OldEnglish and Latin glosses in the same hand as the text. The same scribe may have copied Trinity College 1475 (see Bishop 1963).All but 43 of the glosses occur also in Brussels, Bibliotheque Royale 1650 (see

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