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B.4.24


  • Shelfmark: B.4.24
  • Manuscript Title: RADULFUS FLAUIACENSIS IN LEUITICUM LIBRI XIII
  • James Number: 138  View Printed Catalogue Entry
  • Date: Cent. xiii early.
  • Physical Description: Double columns of 45 lines. Well written: initials in blue and red.
  • Binding:   Old velvet with brass bosses, corners and clasp. A 16th century label under horn on the first cover 'Radulphus Flauiacensis super Leuiticum'
  • Provenance: Inside the cover in red chalk is written J. Parker. Perhaps from Worcester. Two MSS. at Corpus Christi [Cambridge], 87 and 217, are bound in the same manner. The former is another copy of Radulfus, the other is a Miscellany from Worcester. [Ker (1964) rejects Worcester.]
  • Donor: Given by Nevile.
  • Size (cms): 35 x 25
  • Support: Vellum
  • Language: Latin
  • Century: 13th century
  • Folio: 127 ff. + fly-leaves
  • Collation:  a4 | i8-xvi8 (wants 8 blank) | b2.
  • Second Folio:    dite ne
  • f.1 Incipiunt capitula libri primi super Leuiticum.
    Inc. secundus prologus in librum leuitici.
    Tercius in moysi libris
    -tradit dispensanda.
    Inc. tractatus dompni Radulfi Flauiacensis monachi super librum Leuitici. (Bibl. Patr. Max. Lyons, xvii. 47.)
    Uocauit autem dominus -testimonii dicens.
    Huius libri initium precedentis respicit finem.
    Lib. xiii ends
    Contra bonitatem fidei illius. Expl. liber tertius decimus.
    There should be twenty books. See Bibl. PP. Max. Lugd. xvii. 47
 
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