Cambridge, Trinity College, B. 11. 2

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B. 11. 2

Date
Medieval Provenance

General Information

Ker

84

Gnuess/Lapidge

174

Summary

A note which is written on verso of the blank final leaf of a Latin text: Amalarius' Liber officialis. The note records, in Latin and then in English, that the manuscript was given by Leofric to Exeter Cathedral. Ker 1957 judges that the note, like the rest of the manuscript, was written in Exeter.

Digital Surrogate

Manuscript Items

 

  1. Itemfol. 47v

     

    • Title (C.34): Gloss to Amalarius, Liber Officialis

      Addition(fol. 47v) untodælendlice (glossing Latin 'indifferenter')

      Text Language: English

      Bibliography:

      Ker 1957, p. 129

         

    • Itemfol. 62

       

      • Title (C.34.1.EM): Gloss to Amalarius, Liber Officialis

        Addition(fol. 62) gesibb (end of word unclear; glossing Latin 'pacata')

        Text Language: English

        Bibliography:

        Ker 1957, p. 129

           

      • Itemfol. 121v

         

        • Title (B.16.10.5): Exeter: Leofric Inscriptions

          Note: Inscription recording that the manuscript was a gift of Bishop Leofric to his cathedral of Exeter

          Bibliography:

          Ker 1957, p. 129


        Object Description

        Form

        Form Codex


        Hand Description


        Additional Information

        Administration Information

        Manuscript described by Mary Swan and Owen Roberson with the assistance of Sanne van der Schee, with reference to published scholarship; ed. by Takako Kato (2010; 2013).

        Surrogates

        Digital surrogate: http://trin-sites-pub.trin.cam.ac.uk/james/viewpage.php?index=87 (accessed 18 July 2018)


        History

        Provenance

        Exeter

        Bibliography

        Ker, N. R., Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957; repr. 1990), item 84