DUL Add.MS. 1950/A/9Two fragments from a theological manuscript
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Two fragments from a theological manuscript

Digitised: https://n2t.durham.ac.uk/ark:/32150/t1mn583xv05q.html

Physical description of manuscript


Extent: 2 pieces
Size: 117 mm x 95 mm

Condition of manuscriptStained

Written in textura

Corrections and annotation

Annotation in a slightly later cursive hand.

Manuscript history

Written in England, 13/14th century.


Former flyleaves of Shelfmark of source: Routh XXV.G.2 - J. Carion, Ioannis Carionis mathematici Buticheimensis Chronicorum libri tres (Paris: apud Iacobum Dupuys, 1551), with 17th century ownership notes on title-page of Mor: Lloyd (and the former front flyleaf here) and David Lloyd, and Tho. Figly on the rear flyleaf. Binding of a blind ornament found on other books with tools used on Oxford bindings in the third quarter of the sixteenth century, see Ker 2004, no. 866b (Theology 13th century) recording a note on the former front flyleaf here, dated 27 Oct. 1560. Former reference: Portfolio I/7b

Manuscript contents
Date: 13/14th century
Language: Latin

Only a thin vertical strip of text (30 mm) remains, with early sidenotes (Responsio, obiecitur, Ratio reddendi primicias & decimas).

Digitised material for Durham University Library Additional MS 1950/A/9 - binding fragments
Digitised March 2018


Ker, N.R., Fragments of medieval manuscripts used as pastedowns in Oxford bindings: with a survey of Oxford binding c. 1515-1620 (Oxford: Oxford Bibliographical Society, 2004)