Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 321

Present Location
Shelfmark

321

Date
Medieval Provenance

General Information

Ker

59

Gnuess/Lapidge

91

Summary

Fol. 139, seventeen lines explaining the origin and meaning of Alleluia in dialogue form. Written in one hand. Origin unknown. The manuscript is a sixteenth-century copy of Petrus Johannes Olnivi's Latin postils on St Matthew. Fol. 139 is an inserted leaf containing only the note on Alleluia.

Digital Surrogate

Manuscript Items

Itemfols 139a r-v

 

  • Title (B.12.6.1): Rubrics and Directions for the use of Prayers: Dialogue in Old English [fragment]

    Incipit(fol. 139ar) Sæge me hƿær ƿære gecƿeden ærest Alleluia ic þe secge betƿih tƿam dunum.

    Explicit(fol. 139ar) þonne cƿeþe ƿe he ƿæs áá ond nu áá biþ ond he is friþ ond ende ond he is lifgende in eallum circum. Amen.

    Text Language: English

    Bibliography:

    Ker 1957, item 59

    James 1912, p. 138


    Object Description

    Form

    Form Codex


    Hand Description


    Additional Information

    Administration Information

    Described by Owen Roberson with the assistance of Johanna Green, with reference to published scholarship (2010; 2012).

    Surrogates

    Digital surrogate: https://parker.stanford.edu/parker/catalog/js431dq0778 (accessed 18 July 2018)


    History

    Provenance

    Unknown

    Bibliography

    James, Montague Rhodes, Matthew Parker, and A. Rogers, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 2 vols (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1912)

    Ker, N. R., Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957; repr. 1990), item 59