RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoMS 207
Extentff. 1 + 178
TitleEPP. PAULI GLOSATAE
Date12th century
DescriptionEpistolae Pauli glosatae . . . . . f. 1
Prol. Primum queritur quare post euangelia
Romani sunt qui ex iudeis . . . . . 1b
Item argumentum ep. ad rom. Romani sunt partes italie
Epistola hec prima ponitur
Pro altercatione scribit
Morem scribentium epistola seruat
Gloss on f. 2 begins: Paulus hebraice quietus (grece above line)
latine modicus.
Rom. Initial large, in red outline . . . . . 2
1 Cor. Corinti sunt achaii . . . . . 33
Initials (to prol. and text) in red, green, yellow and purple.
2 Cor. Post actam penitentiam . . . . . 62b
Initials in green and yellow.
Gal. Galate sunt greci . . . . . 82b
Eph. Ephesii sunt asiani . . . . . 93b
Phil. Philippenses sunt macedones . . . . . 104
Col. Colosenses sicut et laodicenses sunt asiani . . . . . 112b
1 Th. Tesalonicenses macedones . . . . . 119
2 Th. Ad tesal. secundam . . . . . 126
1 Tim. Timotheum instruit . . . . . 129b
2 Tim. Item timotheo . . . . . 139
Tit. Titus commonefacit . . . . . 146b
Ph. Philemoni familiares . . . . . 150b
Heb. has no argument . . . . . 152b
Ending 177b.
On 178, which is only half a leaf, are the names of the Epistles
and on the verso (xvi): ffranciscus.
The initials, which are fairly plain, have in them a good deal of
the yellow or light brown which occurs in other Lesnes books
in this collection (cf. MS. 202).
FindingAidsCatalogue description based on M. R. James, 'A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Lambeth Palace: The Mediaeval Manuscripts' (Cambridge, 1932)
PhysicalDescriptionVellum, 10 1/2 x 7, text and gloss; text 19 lines to page, gloss varying; in two very good hands.
Calf binding, pr. 1s. 4d.
Collation: 1 flyleaf 1(8)-22(8) 23 (two).
CustodialHistoryFrom Lesnes. At top of f. 1 (xiii) is: Hic est Liber ecclesie B. Thome martiris de liesnes. quem qui abstulerit uel super eo fraudem fecerit anathema sit maranatha. See also Description field.
On the flyleaf at top (xv-xvi) is: Paulus ad Rom. etc. cum duabus glosis.
At bottom (xiii): Lyesn'. pro vita sci' Brandani mutuato a d(no) priore sce' trinitatis (i.e. Holy Trinity, Aldgate: very likely the borrower was Prior Peter, who uses the Life of St Brendan in his book de Visionibus [MS 51].).

Sheldon catalogue (Lambeth Palace Library LR/F/5, LR/F/6, MS 1047) shelfmark: T. 9
Former Cambridge shelfmark: I. [eta]. 3 (see published catalogue by M. R. James and Concordance IV in N. R. Ker, 'Archbishop Sancroft's Rearrangement of the Manuscripts of Lambeth Palace', in E. G. W. Bill, 'A Catalogue of Manuscripts in Lambeth Palace Library MSS. 1222-1860', Oxford, 1972).
Later shelfmark: fol. 52
CopiesMicrofilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 1349

Available from World Microfilms Publications:
"Lambeth Palace Library: The Mediaeval Manuscripts" Section VI. Biblical Studies. Reel 19 (with MS 206)
RelatedMaterialMS 202 (see Description field).

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