|Creator:||Remigius, of Auxerre, ca. 841-908 Bede, the Venerable, Saint, 673-735|
[between 1300 and 1350]
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Script: Written mostly by one scribe, perhaps over a period of time, in a small gothic book hand with many abbreviations. Additions by slightly later hands in more or less formal script, e.g. ff. 1v, 3r-5v, 87v-105v.
Initials (3-line), paragraph marks, underlining and strokes on 1-line capitals in red.
Binding: Date? Square, flush boards. Trimmed out turn-ins suggest a late date. Covered in vellum with contents and a compass-drawn circle on lower cover.
Manuscript on paper (sturdy but of uneven weight; no watermarks, wavering chain-lines ca. 53 mm. apart) of a collection of excerpts from Biblical commentaries and sermons by patristic writers. Mainly drawn from Remigius of Auxerre, Expositio super Matthaeum; and Bede, Expositio super Lucam. Also includes texts by Leo, Gregory, Gualterus Anglicus, Augustine, Anselm, Ambrose, and Boethius. Sermons written for feast days and about the Passion of Christ.
ff. 106 : paper ; 228 x 148 (182 x 115) mm.
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|Curatorial Area:||Beinecke Library|
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