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Frechulf of Lisieux, Chronica. Peter Damian OSB, De nouissimis et Antichristo. John Thwing of Bridlington OSA, Versus prophetiales(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Freculphus
Codicology:Vellum, 266 x 169 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (10.8 x 6.7 in.), ff. 4 + 120, 41-42 lines to a page. Cent. xi, in a lovely upright round hand, characteristic of St Augustine's, Canterbury.
Collation: a4 18-158.
2 fo.: immutauerit.
Provenance:On f. 1r: Liber S. Augustini Cant. Fretulfus Di. x. Gra II cum A. This is written twice, in hands of cent. xiii and xiv. See Ancient Libraries, p. 292, no. 884
Additions:ff. ir-iiv blank except for a fine pencil sketch of a dragon on iiv. f. iiir blank
Foliation: ff. a + i-iv + 1-116 + 116a + 117-120 + b-c(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
iiiv-ivv
Hymn for St Mellitus
On f. iiiv, 20 lines to a page, with neumes, cent. xi, very finely written
iiiv
Incipit:
(O) Mellite dulcissime condigne tuo nomine ...
Fudit apes Christi celestis gaudia regni, etc.
ivr
(S)temmate cum meritis clarus Mellite nitescis.
Sat generose solo plus generose polo. Alleluia
Ends
ivv
Explicit:
Christe tui fons Melliti dulcedine iugi
qui domuit gentes doctrine melle frementes
ipsius palmam tibi pangimus atque coronam
eius custodi precibus nos pace perhenni alleluia
2.
1v-119v
Frechulf of Lisieux, Chronica (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
1r
Some notes (xiii-xiv) of chapters in the various books of the History
1v
The main hand begins
Prologue
1v
Initial in purple to prologue
1v
Incipit:
Domino preceptori desiderantissimo Elisacharo Frethulfus
(collated by Hampe: Neues Archiv, XXII 669)
2r
Explicit:
hec decerpsimus
2r
Incipit:
(T)e duce Christe uia facilis est ire per omnes
(P. L.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) CVI 919)
2r
Explicit:
Non ignota canens ueterum sed dicta priorum
2r
Capitula
Text
3v
Incipit:
Cum aliquam temporum seriem
3v
In green and purple capitals: initial in red, purple and green
Marginalia, some of cent. xv. One on f. 5r quotes Rabi moyses
18r
Liber II. Capitula
19v
Text. Purple initial
36r
Liber III. Capitula
37r
Text. Purple initial
50v
Liber IV. Capitula
51v
Text. Purple and blue initial
69v
Liber V. Capitula
70r
Text. Purple and green initial
84v
Liber VI. Capitula
85v
Text. Purple initial
100r
Liber VII. Capitula (incomplete)
100r
Text. Green initial
Ends
119v
Explicit:
ad lucem uenimus ueram qua respersi in domini Christi aduentu librorum finem fecimus ut omnes sciant in me SUNT
3.
119v-120r
Peter Damian OSB, De nouissimis et Antichristo (pseudo-Jerome, De XV signis) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
119v
In a hand like that of Christchurch
119v
Rubric:
Ieronimus in annalibus hebreorum de xv signis ante diem iudicii
119v
Incipit:
Signum primi diei. Maria omnia in altitudinem
Ends
120r
Explicit:
xv. Finis id est ipsa dies iudicii
Often printed, e.g. P. L. XCIV 555Actually P. L. CXXXXV 840(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
4.
120r-120v
John Thwing of Bridlington OSA, Versus prophetiales (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Prophecy of John Bridlington
120r
In a scrawly hand of cent. xv
120r
Incipit:
ffebribus infectus requies fuerat mihi lectus
120v
Explicit:
Sanguine scotorum spoliatorum sociorum
(cap. iv, fin.)
(Wright, Political Poems, Rolls Series I pp. 128-141)