[second quarter 14th century]
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Paper (watermarks similar in design to Piccard Fabeltiere 1342-48), each fragment 158 x 100 mm. Long lines ruled in ink or (in lexicon) 2 columns, unruled. Written in Anglicana bookhand. Signature of an early owner on what appears to have been the paper flyleaf of the codex: "Johannes carter est verus possessor huius libri." Boards from a binding.
"The recovery of a fifteenth-century schoolmaster's book": Beinecke MS 3, no. 34, Voights and Shailor: Yale University Library Gazette, LX, (1985) pp. 11-31.
Portions of a grammar handbook, including parts of a nominalium and rhetorical works (23 pieces).
158 x 100 mm.
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