Cambridge, Pembroke College, 312C

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312C

Date
Medieval Provenance

General Information

Ker

79

Gnuess/Lapidge

141

Summary

Two fragments of a Gallican Psalter with occasional readings from the Romanum, with continuous interlinear Old English glosses, known as C1 and C2. The fragments are from Pss. 7317- 743 and Ps. 7731-43. Fragments from the same manuscript are Haarlem, Stadsbibliotheek 188 fol. 53 and Sondershausen, Schlossmuseum, Hs Br. 1. Place of production unknown.

Manuscript Items

 

  1. Itemfol. C1r

     

    • Title (C.7.2.1.EM): Gloss to Psalms [fragment]

      Addition(fol. C1r) Old english: eorðan | scope ða | d | gecigde | andette rest of the line is illegible | þinone graph illegiblea | þinra | ofðystrede | sa | ƿorden Latin: os terra | smasti ea | nicus | incitauit | line is illegible | tuum | turest of the line is illegible | scurati su | m | ctus

      Text Language: English and Latin

      Bibliography:

      Ker 1957, p. 126

      Bremmer and Dekker 2006

         

    • Itemfol. C1v

       

      • Title (C.7.2.2.EM): Gloss to Psalms [fragment]

        Addition( fol. C1v) Old English: eora þe fr | lce dæge | na ofergyt þu | þa ðe hatedon | ƿe andett | ƿe andet | nama | ic cyþe | þonne ic afo | deme Latin: tota die | eubliunt can | tuorum | L ++ iii inp | pst Imus | Confit | confi | nomen | arrabimus | cum accep | iudicabo

        Text Language: English and Latin

        Bibliography:

        Ker 1957, p. 126

        Bremmer and Dekker 2006

           

      • Itemfol. C2r

         

        • Title (C.7.2.3.EM): Gloss to Psalms [fragment]

          Addition(fol. C2r) Old English: þa gyt | undrum h | dagas heora | on hyne | most of line illegible gen | god | god mære | e heora | him | Latin: te | unt adhu | irabilibusei | beginning unclear eorum | bant eum | iluculo | deus | us excelsu | e suo | nt ei | erat

          Text Language: English and Latin

          Bibliography:

          Ker 1957, p. 126

          Bremmer and Dekker 2006

             

        • Itemfol. C2v

           

          • Title (C.7.2.4.EM): Gloss to Psalms [fragment]

            Addition(fol. C2v) Old English: he soðlice | he bið synnu | he gemænig | na onælde | line illegible | gast | la hu oft | on ƿestene | hine inƿæ | ˥ hi gehƿyfd | god | hy na synd | dæge end of line illegible | þæs middle of line illegible ænd | sƿa sƿa he Latin: pse aute | fiet pecca | abund | et non ac | line illegible | spiritus | Quotiens | in deserto | eum in i | Et conuer | deum | Non sunt | die qua | tribula | Sicut po

            Text Language: English and Latin

            Bibliography:

            Ker 1957, p. 126

            Bremmer and Dekker 2006


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          Administration Information

          Administration Information Described by Hollie Morgan and Owen Roberson with the assistance of Sanne van der Schee, with reference to published scholarship; ed. by Takako Kato (2010; 2013).


          History

          Provenance

          Unknown

          Bibliography

          Biblia Sacra iuxta latinam uulgatam uersionem: Liber Psalmorum, ed. by the Benedictines of St. Hieronymus in Urbe (Rome: Typis polyglottis Vaticanis, 1953)

          Bremmer, Jr., Rolf H., and Kees Dekker, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile, Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, ed. by A. N. Doane and M. T. Hussey (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2006), vol. 13: Manuscripts in the Low Countries

          Derolez, R., 'A New Psalter Fragment with OE. Glosses', English Studies, 53 (1972), 401-08

          Dietz, Klaus, 'Die ae. Psalterglossen der Hs. Cambridge, Pembroke College 312', Anglia, 86 (1968), 273-79

          Gneuss, Helmut, Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts: A List of Manuscripts and Manuscript Fragments Written or Owned in England up to 1100 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2001), item 141

          ---, 'A Newly-found Fragment of an Anglo-Saxon Psalter', Anglo-Saxon England, 27 (1998), 273-87

          Hellinga-Querido, L., Uit de voorgeschiedenis van de stadsbibliotheek te Haarlem (Haarlem: Stadsbibliotheek, 1971)

          Ker, N. R., Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957; repr. 1990), item 79

          Pilch, Herbert, 'The Sonderhäuser Psalter: A Newly Discovered Old English Interlinear Gloss', in Germanic Studies in Honor of Anatloy Lieberman, ed. by Kurt Gustav Goblirsch, Martha Berryman Mayou and Marvin Taylor, NOWELE (North-Western European Language Evolution), 31/32 (Odense: Odense University Press, 1997), pp. 313-23

          Pulsiano, Phillip, Old English Glossed Psalters: Psalms 1-50 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2001)

          ---, 'Psalters', in The Liturgical Books of Anglo- Saxon England, ed. by Richard W. Pfaff, Old English Newsletter, Subsidia 23 (Kalamazoo: The Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, 1995), pp. 61-85

          Scragg, Donald, Alexander Rumble, and Kathryn Powell, C11 Database Project (Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, http://www.arts.manchester.ac.uk/mancass/c11database/; accessed in 2009)

          Sisam, Celia, and Kenneth Sisam, eds, The Salisbury Psalter, Edited from British Library Ms. Additional 37517, EETS, OS 242 (London: Oxford University Press, 1959)