Cambridge, Trinity College, O. 2. 31

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O. 2. 31

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Date
Medieval Provenance

General Information

Ker

95

Gnuess/Lapidge

190

Summary

Glosses, majority to Prosper, Epigrammata and two to Disticha Catonis. Written in one hand. Ker 1957 (p. 138) notes that James localised it to Christ Church, Canterbury. A few s. xii glosses in French, fol. 32.

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Manuscript Items

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  • Title (C.93.1): Gloss to Prosper, Epigrammata

    Incipit(fol. 11v) þæt ƿe [...] þæt (Glossing Latin 'quod damus'. Text unclear between 'ƿe' and 'þæt'.)

    Text Language: English

    Bibliography:

    Ker 1957, pp. 137-38

    Page 1981

    Wright and Hollis 1998


    Object Description

    Form

    Form Codex


    Hand Description


    Additional Information

    Administration Information

    Described by Owen Roberson with the assistance of Sanne Van Der Schee, with reference to published scholarship (2010; 2013).

    Surrogates

    Digital surrogate: http://trin-sites-pub.trin.cam.ac.uk/james/viewpage.php?index=653 (accessed 18 July 2018)


    History

    Provenance

    Canterbury Christ Church

    Bibliography

    Ker, N. R., Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957; repr. 1990), item 95

    Page, R. I., 'New Work on Old English Scratched Glosses', in Studies in English Language and Early Literature in Honour of Paul Christophersen, ed. by P. M. Tilling, Occasional Papers in Linguistics and Language Teaching, 8 (Coleraine: New University of Ulster, 1981)

    Wright, Michael, and Stephanie Hollis, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 1998), vol. 12: Manuscripts of Trinity College, Cambridge