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The Northumbrian Gospels(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Fragments of Gospels
Codicology:285 x 219 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College), ff. 36. Cent. viii ?.
Collation: 1 (two separate leaves) 2 (a pair of leaves: leaves lost between them) 3 (a pair of leaves: interior sheets gone) 44 || 510? (wants 5, 6) (gap) 68? (wants 1, 8: or 10 wanting 1, 2, 9, 10) 7 (six leaves: as last) 8 (a pair of leaves, consecutive) 9 (a pair of leaves not consecutive) 10 (a pair of leaves not consecutive).
Research:Edited by James Goodwin, Cambridge Antiquarian Society (text of John only) 4to, 1847: facsimiles there, and in Westwood, Anglo-Saxon and Irish MSS.
In Gregory's Prolegomena, p. 995, it is no. 20: the number is given wrongly as 297.
It is no. 24 in Westcott's list in Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, art. Vulgate.
Research:The view has often been expressed that the Cotton MS. Otho C. V (of which only burnt fragments remain) once formed a portion of this manuscript. Tanner supposed it to be, the Red Book of Eye (see my Sources, p. 6).
Foliation: ff. i-ii + pp. 245-316 + ff. iii-iv(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
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245-316
The Northumbrian Gospels (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
On p. 245 at top (xvi):
“fragmentum quatuor euangeliorum. Hic liber olim missus a gregorio pp. ad augustinum archiep»Ě: sed nuper sic mutilatus”
245
A full page drawing. “Imago aquilae” . Facsimile in Goodwin (pl. ix)
p. 246 blank
247
Frontispiece to John in finest Celtic style. Facsimile in Goodwin (pl. x)
Text 19 lines to a page. The edges are cropped
The fragments of John and Luke are in two different hands, the latter being smaller: both are magnificently written
Ammonian sections and Eusebian canons in the margin in a small and very Celtic hand
248
Text of John i. 1 Et uerbum erat - 12 reciperunt
Goodwin (pl. xi)
249
John i. 45 Erat autem - ii. 10 usque
251
John (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) iii. 19 dicium - 36 aeternam
253
John (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) v. 33 ad iohannem - vi. 4 festus
253
John vi. 68 - vii. 16 misit me
257
John (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) viii. 52 habes abraham - x. 29 omnibus est et
265
Lucas iv. 6 in momento - v. 31 ad illos non
273
Lucas (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) vi. 27 uestros benefacite - vii. 44 non dedisti
281
Lucas (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) viii. 25 quia et uentis - x. 4 neque peram
293
Lucas (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) xi. 27 de turba dixit - xiii. 11 erat inclinata
305
Lucas (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) xv. 22 et calciamenta - xvi. 24 digiti sui
309
Lucas (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) xix. 28 Et hiis dictis - 45 eicere uenden
311
Lucas (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) xx. 33 si quidem .uii - xxi. 6 non destruatur
313
Lucas (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) xxii. 25 dominantur - 42 calicem istum a me
315
Lucas (Content authored by Corpus Christi College) xxiii. 8 herodis autem - 26 uenientem de uilla