|Creator:||Winter, Simon, d. 1448|
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Imperfect: portions of manuscript mutilated with significant loss of text. Edges frayed and upper portion of most leaves stained, with loss of text.
Watermarks: unidentified bull's head, small in size, buried in gutter.
Script: Written primarily by a single scribe in Secretary script, with additions and corrections added in the 16th century.
Binding: Nineteenth century. Brown calf, blind-tooled. Title, in gold, on spine: "Life of St. Jerome. M. S.". Remains of early place mark on f. 22.
Manuscript on paper. Includes passages from the Lay Folks' Catechism; The Virtues of the Mass; and Symon Wynter's Amplification of the Life of St. Jerome, drawn from the Legenda aurea and from the apocryphal correspondence between Sts. Cyril and Augustine, and supplemented with revelations of St. Birgitta. Also contains excerpts concerning the Virgin Mary and confession.
ff. iii + 56 + ii : paper ; 215 x 145 mm.
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