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Quodlibeta theologica

Quodlibeta theologica

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Dates: 4 [ca. 1325-1350]
s. XIV^^2
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Script: Part I written primarily in a tiny English gothic bookhand (with some German features), with numerous abbreviations; marginalia and texts in art. 33 added by several 15th-century English hands. Part II written in an untidy English script, with Anglicana features; texts added on ff. 43v-46v by same hands as art. 33; another hand entered text on f. 43v.
Initials, 2-line, in red with brown flourishes, alternate with blue with red flourishes; paragraph marks alternate red, blue; guide-letters for flourished initials in margins.
Binding: Date? Limp vellum folder. Off-set impression of turn-ins from original binding on f. 46v.
Acquired by S. Harrison Thomson in 1938; purchased from Thomson in 1970 with the Edwin J. and Frederick W. Beinecke Rare Book Endowment Fund.
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An anonymous, and apparently incomplete, collection of questions and responses on theological subjects; numbers in square brackets after each folio citation indicate Arabic numerals added, in lead, in the margins of the manuscript by an early owner (some omitted or skipped).
Manuscript on parchment in two parts of an anonymous, and apparently incomplete, collection of questions and responses on theological subjects.
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ff. 46 : parchment ; 293 x 213 (230 x 152) mm.
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Object ID: 2004601
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