[between 1175 and 1200]
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Script: Written in early gothic bookhand by several scribes, above top line.
Plain monochrome initials in red for ff. 1-18; similar initials, but with simple designs in both parchment and red ink for remainder of codex. Headings in red, ff. 1r-24v, 27r-30v only. Instructions to rubricator along outer and lower edges.
Some staining at end of volume; no loss of text.
Binding: Twentieth century, England (?). Quires cut in for sewing. Rigid vellum case with title in ink on spine: "Leo P. P. Sermones".
Purchased from C. A. Stonehill in 1958 by Thomas E. Marston.
Marston MS 208 is the second of a two-part codex that was formerly designated "17-34" in the archives of La Seo in Saragossa.
Manuscript on parchment (speckled, yellow on hair side) of a collection of sermons.
ff. i + 48 + i : parchment ; 290 x 195 (215 x 130) mm.
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