Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 57

Present Location
Shelfmark

57

Contents
Date
Medieval Provenance

General Information

Ker

34

Gnuess/Lapidge

41

Summary

Old English glosses on the Regula Benedicti (fols. 8r, 7v) dating to the middle of the eleventh century, plus other glosses that are s. xi1.

Regula Benedicti extends from fols. 2-32. The manuscript also contains the Admonition of Pseudo-Fulgentius, Usuard's Martyrologium with obits of people who died at Abingdon, and Smaragdus's Diadema monachorum.

Digital Surrogate:


Object Description

Form

Codex

Support

Parchment

Extent

323 x 252 mm

Foliation/Pagination

Foliated

Collation

1(8) (8 supplied)-3(8) (3 and 6 supplied) 4(8) 5(10) (wants 9, 10) 6(8)-9(8) 10(2) 11(8)-13(8) (wants 5, 6) 14(8)-16(8) 17(10) 18(8)-21(8).


Hand Description


Additional Information

Surrogates

Digital surrogate available at https://parker.stanford.edu/parker/catalog/xd738fw2393 (accessed 27 July 2018)


History

Bibliography

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Gretsch, Mechthild, 'Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 57: a witness to the early stages of the Benedictine reform in England?,' Anglo-Saxon England 32 (2003), 111-46

Page, Raymond I., 'Quondam et futurus', in Runes and Runic Inscriptions: Collected Essays on Anglo-Saxon and Viking Runes, ed. Raymond I. Page (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 1995), 1-16

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