[between 1300 and 1350]
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Purchased from Alan G. Thomas, 26 Nov. 1971, on the Edwin J. Beinecke Fund.
Script: Part I (ff. 1r-8r): Written in Gothica Cursiva Antiquior (Anglicana) mainly by two hands. Part II (ff. 9r-43v): Two hands, both writing Anglicana. Part III (ff. 44r-78v): Several hands, all writing Anglicana Currens and highly abbreviated: the first (ff. 44r-55v) is marked by lengthened and bold or decorated ascenders on the top line.
Part II: Red paragraph marks; red plain 2-line initials. Part III: Red paragraph marks in some sections. Red plain 2-line initials (3-line initial f. 44r), some with flourishing, and guide-letters in artt. 5-8. Logical diagrams on ff. 44v and 47r. Hand A has curious line-fillers and his explicits are written in a dotted rectangular frame.
Binding: Early limp vellum, with a bone button in the middle of the rear cover.
Manuscript on parchment and paper, composed in 3 parts, of Notes on grammar, syntax, logic, mathematics, and canon law. With excerpts of moral treatises and proverbs. Parts I and II, ca. 1300 on parchment. Part III, between 1300 and 1350 on paper.
ff. i + 78 + vi : parchment and paper ; 140 x 100 mm.
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