|Creator:||Aldhelm, Saint, 640?-709|
s. IX^^in [beginning of the 9th century]
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Binding: Olive paper case with "Middle Hill boards," bound by George Bretherton of Gloucester who worked for Sir Thomas Phillipps, 1848-51.
Written by two scribes. There are at present 38 leaves surviving from the original manuscript: 28 folios in the Beinecke Library (MSS 401 and 401A).
Manuscript on parchment of portions of Saint Aldhelm, De laude virginitatis, copied probably in Canterbury or Worcester. With glosses in Anglo-Saxon added between 950 and 1000, which may be of Kentish origin.
ff. i + 26 + i : parchment ; 198 x 145 (138 x 110) mm.
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