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Gilbert de la Porr e, Gloss on the Psalms(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Remigius Autissiodorensis in Psalmos
Codicology:Vellum, 298 x 205 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (11.8 x 8.2 in.), ff. 143, double columns of 40 lines. Cent. xii, in fine small upright hand.
Collation: 18 (wants 1, 2) 28-138 (1 canc.) 148-188 19 (two).
2 fo.: desperarent.
Additions:At top of f. 1r, xvi early?: “B. 38. (erasure not recoverable) Remigius in psalmos claruit Anno domini 880” .
Provenance:Possibly from Norwich.
Research: This is not the commentary printed as Remigius's in P. L. CXXXI and elsewhere, but is that attributed to Gilbert of Hoyland (Gilbertus Magnus) by Pits and Tanner.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Foliation: ff. i-ii + 1-144 + iii-iv(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
1r-144v
Gilbert de la Porr e, Gloss on the Psalms(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Remigius Autissiodorensis in Psalmos
1r
Incipit:
Christus integer caput cum menbris materia huius libri
1v
Explicit:
dictum singulariter in libro psalmorum
Red capitals
1v
Rubric:
Incipit liber himnorum vel soliloquiorum de Christo
1v
Incipit:
Beatus uir etc. Huic psalmo non est ausus hesdras apponere titulum
1v
Handsome initial in blue with green and red ornament
144v
Explicit:
uolens intelligi ita conclusit: omnis spiritus laudet dominum
Ps. li has a large initial and also ci. The ordinary initials are plain blue, red or green. Titles in red
Marginalia in pen and pencil from cent. xiii to xv