Cambridge, University Library, Kk. 5. 32
Kk. 5. 32
Ker describes the note, on fol. 60v, as 'derived from Byrhtferth's handbook' and written into what was a blank space of a manuscript of s. xi1 (fols 49-60) and s. xi/xii (fols 61-72), in 'a small hand generally like that of [the main Latin text on fols] 61-72' (1957, p. 39). Ker reports Armitage Robinson's attribution of the calendar on fols 50-55 to Glastonbury (1957, p. 39).
Administration Information Manuscript described by Mary Swan and Owen Roberson with the assistance of Johanna Green, with reference to published scholarship; ed. by Takako Kato (2010; 2013).
Crawford, S. J., Byrhtferth's Manual, EETS, OS 117 (London: Oxford University Press, 1929)
Henel, H, 'Ein Bruchstück aus Byhtferþs Handbuch', Anglia, 41 (1934), 122
Ker, N. R., Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957; repr. 1990), item 26
Mary Swan and Owen Roberson