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265
Wulfstan's Handbook and other ecclesiastical extracts (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Penitentiale, Leges, Canones, etc.
Codicology:Vellum, 265 x 165 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College), (10.6 x 6.6 in.), ff. 217 + 54 + 2, two main volumes. Cent. xi, in a good many fine hands. The lower edges of the first 40 leaves have suffered slightly from damp.
Collation: 110 (10 canc.) 28-148 156 | 168 178 | 188-268 2710 || A8-F8 G6, a2.
Quire 23 is of smaller sized vellum.
The old pagination is incorrect but will be used here.
Provenance:The book is evidently from Worcester. (See Strype's Parker II 509.)
Additions:In protocollo habetur forma voti castitatis a monachis faciendi in haec verba: “Ego frater N promitto Deo omnibusque sanctis ejus castitatem corporis mei secundum -- decreta et secundum ordinem mihi imponendum servare, domino presule Wlstano presente.” (Content authored by Nasmith)
On f. 1 the formula given by Nasmith, in an upright round hand: Ego frater N. promitto deo omnibusque sanctis eius castitatem / corporis mei secundum (patrum?) decreta et secundum / ordinem mihi (blank: above the line, imponendum) seruare. domno / presule uulstano presente.
Additions:On 2 there has been writing now washed out. There is an old table of contents in a pointed hand of cent. xiii:
De spirituali doctrina
Penitenciale egberti archiepiscopi eboracensis
Ordo confitendi anglice secundum Jeronimum
Quedam constitutiones
Epistola Alfrici de consuetudine monachorum
De diuinis uestimentis et officio misse
De processione et statione romanorum
Item triplex expositio super missam
Cronica Yuonis.
Below is the xvith cent. note given by Nasmith:
Et manu neoterica liber sic inscribitur, “Liber penitentialis Egberti, qui erat episcopus Ebor. septimus a Paulino, qui post eum primus pallium accepit ab apostolica sede, anno septimo regis Ceolwlphi A. D. 730.”
Omnia tamen quae in prima parte hujus codicis occurrunt minime sunt Egberto tribuenda: non igitur ab re erit singula breviter enumerare, tametsi ut haud raro evenit in codicibus antiquioribus, difficile sit pro defectu titulorum suum cuique tribuere, diversosve tractatus ad amussim separare.(Content authored by Nasmith)
Research:An admirable study of the contents has been given by Miss Bateson in the English Historical Review, 1895, p. 712, and is summarized below. It is MS. C in Liebermann's Gesetze, X in Napier's Wulfstan. It is also dealt with in Lord Selborne's Ancient Facts and Fictions concerning Tithes, ed. 2, p. 230, 232 etc.
Foliation: pp. a-d + 1-116 + 116a + 116b + 117-330 (331-340 missing) + 341-554 + e-h(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin and Old English.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
Volume I
1.
3-4
Admonitio spiritualis doctrinae (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Ammonitio spiritualis doctrinae (Content authored by Nasmith)
Text begins p. 3 in a very fine upright round hand, 26 lines to a page. Titles in red capitals. The first hand continues to p. 207
3
Rubric:
Incipit ammonitio spiritalis doctrine
3
Incipit:
Exalta in fortitudine
Not identified: consists of short extracts from named sources and resembles pseudo-Theodore chapter 2 Thorpe = MS 190, p. 169 Nero A, I, f. 126a
2.
4-7
Admonitio episcopalis uitae (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Admonitio episcop.' vit.' (Content authored by Nasmith)
4
Rubric:
Admonitio episcopalis vitae
4
Incipit:
O karissime frater corde tenus
7
Explicit:
Amen. vale
Partly in MS 190, p. 100 (De electione sacerdotalium ordinum)
3.
7-13
Letter from Alcuin to thelheard (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Epistola Albini levitae [a] elheaꞃ um archiepiscopum (Content authored by Nasmith)
Alcuin to Ethelheard=MS 190, p. 173
Collated by D mmler
4.
13-17
Letter from Alcuin to Eanbald (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Epistola Alcwini ad Eanbaldum archiepiscopum (Content authored by Nasmith)
Alcuin to Eanbald=MS 190, p. 179
Collated by D mmler
5.
17-20
Isidore of Seville, Sententiae (excerpts from book 3, chapters 36-38)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De doctrina et exemplis praepositorum (Content authored by Nasmith)
17
Rubric:
De doctrina et exemplis prepositorum
18
Rubric:
De his qui bene docent et male uiuunt
18
Rubric:
De exemplis prauorum sacerdotum
=Isidore or Amalarius Regula Canonicorum I 20, 29, 30 (Isidore Sent. III 35, 37, 38). P. L. CV
19
Rubric:
De variis obseruationibus episcopi
19
Canons of Conc. Carthag. IV, fifteen short extracts in one paragraph
6.
20-22
First Capitulary of Gerbald of Li ge (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Iura quae sacerdotes debent habere
Jura quae sacerdotes debent habere (Content authored by Nasmith)
In 21 chapters
20
Rubric:
Hec sunt iura que sacerdotes vebent habere(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Bateson, p. 714:(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 'Long believed to be by Archbishop Egbert, and since shown by Lord Selborne to be identical with a group of sacerdotal laws to which he would ascribe a date not earlier than 813 (but which are now believed to be earlier).' See Selborne op. cit. 42
7.
22-37
Excerptiones pseudo-Egberti, recension A (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Excerptiones Egberti
Excerptiones ex libris canonicis sive collectio canonum conciliorum et sanctorum patrum (Content authored by Nasmith)
Plerumque concordant cum compilatione Echberto Eboracensi attributa in primo tomo conciliorum magnae Britanniae(Content authored by Nasmith)
Excerptiones Egberti, so-called (102 extracts)
22
Rubric:
Incipiunt excerptiones ue (sic) libris canonicis. Augustinus Aurelianensis episcopus dicit
Many excerpts missing in pp. 20-37 are supplied in other parts of the MS. See below on p. 60
8.
37-121
Ecclesiastical extracts (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Excerptio de canonibus catholicorum patrum, vel penitentia, vel ad remedium animarum domini Echberti archiepiscopi Eboracae civitatis (Content authored by Nasmith)
Omnino discrepat haec compilatio ab illa sub eodem fere titulo edita a Cl. Wilkins inter concilia M. B. ab alio codice hujus bibliothecae. Ut jam innui difficile est varia in hoc codice contenta propriis titulis insignire; et multus dubito utrum subsequentia inter partes hujus penitentialis sint numeranda (Content authored by Nasmith)
pp. 37-50 Egbert's Penitential(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
37
(27)
α. Ordo confessionis sancti Hieronimi, qualiter confiteri debeat christianus peccata sua, Saxonice. Ex canonibus sub Edgaro rege editis(Content authored by Nasmith)
37
The work known as the genuine Penitential of Egbert
pp. 50-51 Extract from pseudo-Theodore of Tarsus, Penitential(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
50
Rubric:
De egris qui ieiunare non possunt
a passage resembling pseudo-Theodore XXXV (2nd paragraph)
pp. 51-58. Passages from Theodulf's second letter to his clergy
pp. 58-69 Extracts on marriage and penance(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
pp. 60-72 are thus analysed by Miss Bateson:
60
Thorpe, Excerpts 113, 114, 127, 123.
Part of the 10th Canon of the first Synod of Arles followed by another sentence. Then, quotations from the Shepherd of Hermas (Mand. IV 1)
Thorpe, Excerpts 122 and 120 (1st sentence)
Sermon on marriage
Excerpt 121 (part): extracts from Paul and Augustine containing Excerpt 119
Excerpts 120 (last part, with a sentence added), 124, 125
66
Excerpt 128 (first part): pseudo-Theodore (Wasserschleben) chapter v 12, 11, and a sentence of 19
66
Table of prohibited degrees. Excerpts 132, 133 (and an added sentence), 131, 121 (a sentence), a sentence from Augustine on Hagar
pp. 69-71 Penitential extracts(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
69
A passage analogous to Excerpts 131, 134, differing in the terms of years prescribed for penance
70
Halitgar's Penitential IV 16, 17, 18, 19. Excerpt 126. Theodore, Penitentiale X 1-3 (Wasserschleben, p. 211)
pp. 71-72 Extracts from the Capitula of the council of Aachen, 816(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
71
Capitulary of Louis of 817 (called here Laws of Charles) chapters 10-12 (MGH. Leges I 207). Ansegisus, lib. II, cap. 34
pp. 72-83 The Old English Handbook for the use of a Confessor (Cameron B11.4.2)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
72
Ordo confessionis. Latin and Anglo-Saxon. Thorpe 402. MS 201, p. 114
pp. 83-91 Extracts from Ansegisi capitularium collectio(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
83
Passages which occur in chapters 58-76 of Ansegisus' Capitulary of 827 (MGH. Leges I 278)
followed by a passage:
91
Rubric:
Incipit de regula canonicorum
91
Incipit:
Legibus institutis
which occurs again on p. 158. It is from the last chapter of the Reg. Canon. of Amalarius (I 145. P. L. CV 932)
94
β. Qualiter sacerdos suscipere debeat penitentem(Content authored by Nasmith)
Penitential passages from diverse sources, beginning:
94
Rubric:
Incipit qualiter sacerdos
Then the opening sentences of the Penitentiale pseudo-Romanum (Wasserschleben, pp. 360-1), changing after the word statim
Then a passage De penitent' closely resembling the Penitentiale Cummeani on the means by which a powerful man may buy freedom from penance
Then pseudo-Theodore cap. IV with a slight change; a passage resembling the Latin of IV 26 of the so-called Anglo-Saxon Penitential of Egbert in four books: four unidentified passages on penance resembling Excerpts 131, 134: a passage resembling pseudo-Theodore I 28, 29
96
Irish Canons, including: Thorpe's Egbertine excerpts 74, 79, two resembling 62, and others not printed. Three Irish Canons printed by Miss Bateson, p. 721
98
Rubric:
Synodus
pseudo-Theodore III 5-8 Wasserschleben 569 adding prices of homicides
pseudo-Theodore III 1-4
99
Rubric:
Interrogat
Egbert, Dialogi quaestiones 1, 2, 12. Haddan and Stubbs III 403
100
γ. Excerpta de libris Romanorum et Francorum(Content authored by Nasmith)
Canones Wallici, extracts called Excerpta de libri(s) Romanorum et Francorum
Martene, Nov. Thes. col. 135. This MS. gives chapters 5-8, 10-15, 17, 19, 20, 26-34, 37-57
Thorpe, Egbert. Excerpts 152, 153 (1st halves of each)
Canon Patricii 6 (1st part), H. & S. II pt ii, p. 328
105
δ. Exempla Saxonica accastigationis hominum(Content authored by Nasmith)
105
Excerpts printed by Miss Bateson, p. 724-727
110
Formulae printed, ibid. 728-730
On p. 112 margin are a few words glossed in Anglo-Saxon
113
ε. Decreta et epistolae Romanorum pontificum aliorumque(Content authored by Nasmith)
113
Selections from the collection of Rodolph of Bourges (P. L. CXIX 703) preceded by titles omitted are chapters 2 (part), 5 (part), 3, 4, 6, 7 (part), 9 (part), 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17 (part), 22, 23 (part), 24
9.
121-160
Theodulf of Orl ans, Capitula(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Epistola Theodulphi Aureliensis episcopi ad parochiam suam (Content authored by Nasmith)
Theodulf's first letter to his clergy (P. L. CV 191) preceded by capitula
10.
160-173
lfric OSB, Pastoral Letters 2(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Sermo Elfrici ad clericos
Sermo Elfrici episcopi ad clericos (Content authored by Nasmith)
Matrimonium clericorum condemnat, et ad castitatem hortatur: “non autem” inquit “cogimus violenter vos demittere uxores vestras, sed dicimus vobis quales esse debetis, et si non vultis, nos erimus securi et liberi a vestris peccatis, quia diximus vobis canones sanctorum patrum.” (Content authored by Nasmith)
11.
174-180
lfric OSB, Pastoral Letters 3(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Idem ad sacerdotes
Sermo ejusdem ad sacerdotes (Content authored by Nasmith)
In quo haec notatu digniora;- “infantibus baptizatis statim debetis dare communionem:” - “non licet celebrare missam cum solo vino nec cum sola aqua, quia vinum significat nostram redemptionem per sanguinem Christi, et aqua significat populum Dei pro quo ipse passus est.” - De eucharistia, “non fit tamen hoc sacrificium corpus ejus in quo passus est pro nobis, nec sanguis ejus quem pro nobis effudit, sed spiritualiter corpus ejus efficitur et sanguis, sicut manna quod de caelo pluit et aqua quae de petra fluxit.” Ultimum hunc locum a papista quodam olim abrasum e veteri libro Exoniensis bibliothecae fuisse restitutum testatur in margine quidam neotericus(Content authored by Nasmith)
12.
180-198
Wulfstan, Homily VIIIa, ecclesiastical extracts(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De Baptismo
De baptismo et missa [quae sola dicuntur sacramenta] ordinibus ecclesiasticis, &c. (Content authored by Nasmith)
180
Incipit:
Primo necesse est
=MS 190, p. 159. Napier, Wulfstan no. IV
182
De officio et mysterio missae =MS 190, p. 163
185
De gradibus ecclesiasticis
185
Incipit:
Actenus de primordiis
Ends
197
Explicit:
atque in eius laudibus pariter exultantes
197
A little head well sketched in the margin
198
Incipit:
Gregorius Maximiniano
13.
199-208
Ecclesiastical extracts (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Alii canones sumpti e Gregorio et Adriano papa (Content authored by Nasmith)
List of titles of canons in two columns, followed by the text. Apparently from the Dionysio-Hadriana (P. L. LXVII 141)
The titles and text do not coincide in all particulars. First come nine titles, ending
199
Rubric:
Expliciunt Capitula Niceni
These are capp. 8, 17, 18, 20, 22, 25, 29, 42, 48 of Dionysius' Apostolical Canons issued by Clement
In the titles follows the rubric
199
Rubric:
Incipit Concilium eiusdem
Then 7 titles of which the first is the title of the first chapter of the text, and is the first of Dionysius' Canones Niceni Concilii xx (slightly different and imperfect). Then (not represented in the list of titles) chapters 17 and 20 of the same
The next title is that of chapter 8 of Silvester's Conc. Rom. (325 A.D. : P. L. VIII 835), this is given in the text and is followed by part of chapter II (not represented in the list of titles). Five more titles follow, the first two not represented in the text: these are Dionysius' Ancyran collection chapters 29, 30, 40: the last two are his chapters 45 (Neo-Caesarea) and 51 (Nicene)
The titles then have the rubric
199
Rubric:
Incipit Sinodus Gangrensis
and the titles of Dionysius chapters 71, 75. In the text these are preceded by his chapter 60 without separate rubric
The titles then proceed with a number taken from his African collection; these agree with the text and are those of his chapters 3, 4, 5, 7, 16, 17, 25, 32, 33, 70, 102, 109, 115. Here the table of contents ends
The first hand continues to p. 207
In the text there follow in another good hand the rubric
207
Rubric:
De capitulis beati pape Adriani et Angilramni episcopi
and chapters 71, 72 of Angilram's spurious collection (P.L. XCVI 1067)
208
Last comes a passage from Concilium Toletanum IV 28 (P. L. LXXXIV 374)
14.
209-210
Ecclesiastical extracts (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Benedictio post absolutionem (Content authored by Nasmith)
209
A paragraph in another xith cent. hand
209
Incipit:
Ex illorum consortio quidam rebelles sancte christianitati existentes corde amente in capite sancti quadragessimalis ieiunii terram beate marie adierunt que t Christes hala alioque uocabulo t ontelaƿe uocatur illamque combusserunt. homines quoque quosdam flagris adfecerunt. quosdam occiderunt substantiamque omnium terre illius habitatorum secum asportauerunt et adhuc in sua perseuerantes malitia ad penitentiam uenire dedignantur
209
A cross in the margin refers to the excommunication form on p. 211, where is a like cross
209
On the same page in a hand of cent. xii is a formula
209
Rubric:
Post absolutionem
209
Incipit:
Absoluti et benedicti sitis a patre
p. 210 blank but for a rudiment of a map, thus
15.
211-215
Excommunication (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Excommunicatio contra contemptores legis Domini et inimicos sanctae Dei ecclesiae post lectionem sancti Evangelii a pulpito per diaconum legenda; cum forma reconciliationis et absolutionis penitentium (Content authored by Nasmith)
Excommunication form referred to by Liebermann, p. xx
The excommunication form p. 211 sqq. is in a smaller script than the paragraph on p. 209 but probably by the same hand. On p. 215 there is a change of hand(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
16.
216-236
Laws, Eadgar IV (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Statutum Edgari regis de decimis solvendis, et alix leges ejusdem, Latine et Saxonice (Content authored by Nasmith)
Edidit Wilkins inter leges Anglo-saxonicas sub titulo supplementi L. L. Edgari regis(Content authored by Nasmith)
The same hand (of pp. 211-214)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) resumes on p. 216 and continues to p. 231 at least
216
Laws of Eadgar
216
Liebermann p. 207. Latin version of Eadgar's laws IV Prol.
222
Liebermann p. 206. Eadgar IV Prol. Anglo-Saxon (Cameron B14.18)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
pp. 228-231 in red ink
228
Incipit:
Feria .U. caene domini. Primo mane custodes ecclesie
Ends unfinished
231
Explicit:
perficiatque exorcismum audientibus tantum qui secus altare stant ministris. minime dicens. Dominus uobiscum. Neque oremus. Sed ita directe
pp. 232-236 are blank
17.
237-268
lfric OSB, Letter to the monks of Eynsham(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Excerpta ex institutionibus monasticis Ethelwoldi episcopi Wintoniensis compilata in usum fratrum Egneshamnensium per Elfricum abbatem (Content authored by Nasmith)
pp. 237-268 are in a very similar hand (to that on pp. 216-231)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
237
Incipit:
lfricus abbas egneshamnensibus
Printed by Miss Bateson in Kitchin's Obedientiary Rolls of Winchester (Hampshire Record Soc.), p. 171
18.
269-298
Amalarius of Metz, Liber officialis (excerpts)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Libellus ecclesiastici ordinis, in quo de discretione vestimentorum divinorum et de omnibus ritibus in missa celebranda (Content authored by Nasmith)
The division of hands in the next section seems to be: (1) pp. 269 to about 279 (2) pp. 279 to 305. In these portions are some pretty initials
269
Rubric:
De discretione uestimentorum diuinorum
269
Incipit:
Amictus est primum
298
Explicit:
sed precipue in finem
298
Rubric:
Finit libellus Aecclesiastici ordinis
=Amalarius, de Ecclesiasticis officiis Lib. II chapters 17, 18, 25, 22, 20, 21, 19, 23, 24, 26; III 5, 6 (part), 7-22, 27, 32, 34, 35
19.
298-305
Pontifical (Romano-Germanic) (excerpt) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Ordo processionis ad ecclesiam sive ad missam secundum Romanos (Content authored by Nasmith)
298
Rubric:
Ordo processionis ad ecclesiam siue ad missam secundum Romanos
298
Incipit:
Denuntiata statione diebus festis
298
The text has a pretty initial in red, green and purple
Ends
305
Explicit:
mansionarii intrant in secretarium
Apparently = Ordo Romanus II, Mabillon, Museum Italicum II 42
20.
305-319
Pontifical (Romano-Germanic) (excerpt) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Ordo missae a sancto Petro apostolo institutus, seu potius expositio totius missae ex concordia divinarum scripturarum (Content authored by Nasmith)
The division of hands in the next section seems to be: pp. 305 to 329. In these portions are some pretty initials
305
Rubric:
Ordo missae a Sancto Petro apostolo institutus
305
Incipit:
Missa pro multis causis celebratur
306
Explicit:
iusti ab iniustis separabuntur
ed. Hittorp, De divinis Catholicae Ecclesiae Officiis, p. 582
306
Rubric:
Incipit expositio totius missae ex concordia diuinarum scripturarum
306
Incipit:
Introitus missae cui conuenit? Patriarcharum prophetarumque preconiis
319
Explicit:
erant in templo laudantes et benedicentes dominum
Hittorp, l. c. with the last tract
21.
319-323
Pontifical (Romano-Germanic) (excerpt) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Alia expositio totius missae (Content authored by Nasmith)
319
Rubric:
Incipit alia expositio totius missae
319
Rubric:
Introitus missae quare dicitur?
319
Incipit:
Eo quod per eum introitus ad eius officium
323
Explicit:
in choro clerus. extra chorum populus
22.
324-326
Pontifical (Romano-Germanic) (excerpt) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Ordo processionis quando episcopus festivis diebus missam celebrare voluerit (Content authored by Nasmith)
324
Incipit:
Ordo processionis si quando episcopus festiuis diebus missam celebrare uoluerit
326
Explicit:
adhibentem manum episcopo osculetur eam
(not complete)
ed. Hittorp, p. 6-7, col. I
23.
326-329
Pontifical (Romano-Germanic) (excerpt) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Qualiter quaedam orationes et cruces in TE IGITUR agendae sunt (Content authored by Nasmith)
326
Rubric:
Incipit qualiter quedam orationes et cruces in Te igitur agende sunt
326
Incipit:
Te igitur clementissime pater usque ad habeas et benedicas. hic signat oblationem
Mabillon, Ordo Romanus IV, Museum Italicum II 61, imperfect. P.L. CV 1330 at end of Eclogae of Amalarius. Hittorp, p. 588
24.
329-367
Amalarius of Metz (attrib.), Eclogae de ordine Romano(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Eglogae de ordine Romano et de IIII orationibus episcoporum sive populi in missa (Content authored by Nasmith)
After p. 329 the hands (of which there may be two or three) are of a distinctly larger and rather coarser type. They continue to p. 442
329
Rubric:
Incipiunt Aeglogae
=Eclogae of Amalarius. P. L. CVI 315
A MS. of the second class: see M. Flicoteaux' article in Revue b n dictine 1908, p. 304
On p. 363 is an insertion of cent. xii, describing order of offices at Rome in Holy Week and Easter Week
363
Incipit:
Die cene consecrauit papa crisma in ecclesia saluatoris lateranis. et fuerunt ibi vi uasa uitrea plena oleo. In missa dixit prefationem. Qui corporali ieiunio etc. Dictum est ibi Agnus dei sicut solet
Ends
364
Explicit:
Distribuit papa agnos nouellos quos dicunt de cera et crismate anni preteriti cum deuotione maxima confectos esse et in specie agni utrobique impressos esse
pp. 365-367 blank
25.
368-442
Bernold of Constance, Micrologus de ecclesiasticis obseruationibus(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Ordo celebrandi missam per totum annum (Content authored by Nasmith)
pp. 368-371 in double columns. The hand is large, round and black, the vellum somewhat smaller. pp. 391-442 have 31 lines to a page
368
Table of chapters. i. De introitu ad missam
369
lxii. De dominicali officio non facile pretermittendo
Text
369
Incipit:
Presbiter cum se parat ad missam
=Micrologus. Hittorp, p. 436. P. L. CLI 979
440
Two chapters follow chapter 62 viz
440
Rubric:
de ordine missae
440
Incipit:
Missam beatus petrus primum celebrasse fertur antiochie
442
Rubric:
De antyphonis
442
Incipit:
Ignatius antiochie sirie tertius post petrum
(Occurs in Tonarius of Regino. Coussemaker, Scriptores II 1)
Ending
442
Explicit:
et ex hoc ad cunctas transiit ecclesias
Volume II
26.
443-554
Hugh of Fleury OSB, Historia ecclesiastica siue Chronicon(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Excerpta Ivonis venerabilis episcopi Carnotensis; in primis de gestis quorundam regum Assyriorum, et gestis omnium Romanorum imperatorum, et ad ultimum de Karolo magno rege Francorum et ejus filio Ludovico pio (Content authored by Nasmith)
In a fine small hand of cent. xii, 46 lines to a page
At upper R. corner (xiii):
443
Rubric:
cronica yuonis
443
Incipit:
Assiriorum igitur rex potentissimus fuit olim ninus
Ends p. 550 (on Ludouicus pius)
(P. L. CLXIII 629)
550
Explicit:
Porro ludouico imperatori quattuor successere filii quorum lotharius ... Karolus uero pius franciam burgundiam et aquitaniam optinuit solus
550
Rubric:
Explicit de omnibus imperatoribus romanis quorum quidam reges francorum fuerunt usque ad tempus uidelicet Ludouici pii Karoli magni filii qui ludouicus ultimus rex francorum et imperator romanorum fuit. Anno scilicet incarnationis dominice dccc xiiii intronizatus
Then follows title as in Nasmith
550
Rubric:
Incipiunt excerpta Iuonis, etc.
But the first four words are re-inked, and Incipiunt may have been Expliciunt. Some pen-trials follow
Pontifical(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
551
The flyleaves are from a magnificently written Pontifical, 18 lines to a page, in a large hand of cent. xiii
551
Begins in the Blessing of incense
552
Rubric:
Benedictio peregrinorum
553
Rubric:
Benedictio baculi et pere