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Predictions for the ensuing year according to the day of the week upon whichChristmas and January first fall.
Manuscript on parchment roll consisting of two skins clumsily sewn together by means of a green thread. Contains 3 prognostications for the year, the first based on the day of the week on which Nativity (25 Dec.) occurs, the second attributed to Bede and based on the day of the week on which 1 Jan. occurs; and the third ascribed to the prophet Ezekiel. The Latin, especially of the third prognostication, is quite poor.
Roll of 2 membranes sewn together
(728 x 127 mm.)
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