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London, British Library, Cotton Otho C. i, vol. 2

Present Location: 
Otho C. i, vol. 2
Medieval Provenance: 
Decoration Description: 

Fols 1-61, red is used for headings and names, red, green and blue is also used for initials. Colour is also used for punctuation, probably added by the miniator. Insertions and corrections are sometimes in red.

Fols 62-139v, change of decorations with initials in red, blue and green. Red is used for Latin headings and capitals from fol. 137v.

Fols 139v- 148v, one initial is red on fol. 143v.


16th century: marginal note, on fol. 31r 'Michaell Lapworthus medicus Novemb. 1593', perhaps indicates ownership or readership.

Binding Description: 

Before 1621, Cotton bound Otho C. i with Otho C. i, Vol 1 (Wanley 1705, p. 212). Now the two parts are separate and Otho C. i has a nineteenth-century binding.