RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
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Alt Ref NoMS 580 Section 3
TitlePrologi, Seu Praefationes Librorum Seqq.
DescriptionPrologus Libri Anonymi, cui Titulus est Paupertas. pag. 452
Prologus Johannis Beleth ad Librum de Officiis Ecclesiasticis, ab edito diversus. pag. 710.
Proaemia duo Libri Giraldi Cambrensis, cui Titulus Gemma Ecclesiastica. pag. 457
Proaemium ejusdem ad Secundam Distinctionem ejusdem Operis [Gemma Ecclesiastica Giraldi Cambrensis]. pag. 461.
Ejusdem Epilogus totius Operis [Gemma Ecclesiastica Giraldi Cambrensis]. pag. 476

Prologus Libri Xmi. Historiae Henrici Huntendoniensis, qui inscribitur de Summitatibus Rerum. Pag. 477
Praefatio P. Hieronymi in septem Epistolas Canonicas, quas in vulgatis Bibliae Editionibus omitti solet, ex Codice antiquissimo descripta. pag. 488.
Prologus Libelli Universitatis Parisiensis, de sedatione Schismatis, 1395. pag. 490.
Prologus Determinations cujusdam Doctoris Minoritae de sedatione Schismatis ejusdem. pag. 499
Prologus Libri Rogeri Bacon de Commendatione Artis Mathematicae. pag.505.

Prologus Willelmi Malmsburiensis ad Abbreviationem suam Libri Amalarii de Ecclesiasticis Officiis. pag. 520.
Praefatio Expositionis Berengaudi (verè Berengarii) in Apocalypsin, quae quidèm Expositio, demptâ. Prafatione, extat inter Opera S. Ambrosii. Pag. 591.
Prologus ad Anonymi Librum, cui Titulus Elucidarium S. Scripturae. pag. 592.
Epistola Hildeberti, Cenomannensis Episcopi, ad Serlonem, Decanum Sarum. pag. 620.
Praefatio ad Historiam Anonymi de Vitâ et Passione S. Thomas Cantuar. pag. 628.

Prologus Historiae Willelmi Stephani de Miraculis ejusdem [St. Thomas Becket]. pag. 628.
Prologus Johannis Galopes ad Versionem suam Libri Willelmi Prioris de Peregrinatione Animae. Peg. 36l.
Prologus Willelmi, Authoris dicti Libri. Pag. 632.
Prologus Laurentii Dunelmensis ad Hypognosticon suum de Veteri et Novo Test. pag. 632.
Prologus et Epilogus Walteri ad Poema suum de Gestis Alexandri Magni. pag. 636.

Prologus Henrici de Salteria ad Librum suum de Purgatorio S. Patricii. pag. 637.
Prologus Senati Bravonii ad Expositionem suam in Canonem Missae. pag. 639.
Prologus Johannis Subprioris ad Expositionem suam in Apocalypsin. pag. 645
Prologus Hugonis ad Etymologicum suum, seu Dictionarium. pag. 646.
Prologus Albertani Brixiensis ad Libros suos de dilectione Dei et Proximi. pag. 647.

Prologus ejusd. [Albertani Brixiensis] ad Librum suum de Doctrinâ dicendi et tacendi. pag. 648.
Prologus ejusdem [Albertani Brixiensis] ad Librum suum de Consolatione et Consilio. pag. 648.
Proaemium Petri de Monte ad Libros suos de Vitiorum inter se differentiâ et comparatione. pag. 649.
Prologus Willelmi Lanthoniensis ad Vitam Roberti de Betune, Episcopi Herefordensis. pag. 651.
Prologus Roberti Grosthead [Grosseteste] in Libellum suum de Oculo. pag. 653.

Prologus ejusdem [Roberti Grosthead] in Tractatum suum de Curâ Pastorali. pag. 656.
Prologus ejusdem [Roberti Grosthead] in Librum Miscellaneum Gallicè à se scriptum. pag. 657.
Prologus Ricardi de Dumellis in Expositionem suam Geneseos. pag. 658.
Prologus ad Librum S. Augustini de Categoriis, quem composuit Alcuinus carmine Heroico. pag. 66l.
Prologus Clementis Lanthoniensis in Commentarium suum in VII. Epistolas Canonicas. pag. 660.

Prologus Ricardi, Archiep. Armachani, ad Opus suum de Pauperie Salvatoris ac de origine et jure Dominii et Proprietatis. pag. 662.
Prologus ejusdem [Ricardi Archiep. Armachani] ad Librum Octavum ejusdem Operis [de Pauperie Salvatoris ac de origine et jure Dominii et Proprietatis]. Pag. 663
Praefatio ad Vitam antiquam S. Johannis Eleemosynarii, Patriarchae Alexandrini. pag. 677
Proaemium Petri, Cantoris Parisiensis, ad Summam suam Theologicam cui Titulus, Verbum Abbreviatum, pag. 678.
Prologi duo Dominici de Aretio ad Opus suum, cui Titulus, Fons Memorabilium Universi. pag. 697.
Prologus Stephani Langton, Archiep. Cant. ad Commentarium suum in XII. Prophetas Minores. pag. 700.

Prologus Anonymi ad Horologium Divinae Sapientiae. pag. 703
Prologus Generalis Henrici Huntendoniensis ad Historiam suam. pag. 705.
Prologus Petri Prioris ad Libros suos Revelationum, seu Visionum. pag. 721.
Prologus Edmundi, Monachi Eveshamensis, ad Historiam Visionis suae. pag. 724.
Prologus Roberti Winchelsey, Archiep. Cant. ad Constitutiones Curiae de Arcubus à se datas. pag. 726.

Prologus ad Epitomen quandam Historiae Willelmi Malmsburiensis, pag. 733.
Prologus Monachi Cantuariensis ad Collectionem suam Epistolarum Honorii Prioris et Conventûs Cant. &c. in causâ Capellae Hakintonensis pag. 736.
Prologus Ranulphi Higdeni ad Polychronicon suum. pag. 177.
Prologus Anonymi ad Summam quandam Theologicam. pag. 179.
Prologus. Anonymi ad Tractatum Isagogicum S. Scripturae. pag. 183

Prologus Nicolai Trivet ad Tractatum suum de Officio Missae. pag. 187.
Prologus Bonaventurae Brocardi ad Librum suum de Terrâ Sanctâ, ab edito diversus. pag 197.
Prologus Adami Murimouth ad Chronicon suum. pag. 198.
Prologus Petri de Ickham ad Chronicon suum. pag. 209
Prologus Petri Pictaviensis ad Summam suam Theologicam. pag. 221.

Prologus Alexandri de Hales ad Mariale suum. pag. 224.
Prologus Petri de Riga ad Auroram suam. pag.228
Prologi duo Hugonis de Folieto ad Libros suos de Claustris et Claustralibus. pag. 229
Prologus Willelmi Britonis ad Librum suum de Nominibus Hebraicis Veteris & Graecis Novi Testam. pag. 232.
Prologus Bernardi Papiensis ad Breviarium suum Juris Canonici. pag. 232.

Prologus Gervasii Tilberiensis ad Librum suum Nigri Scaccarii. pag. 24.
Prologus Johannis de Rupella in Tractatum suum, Unde Malum. pag. 251.
Prologus Hildeberti Cenomannensis in Librum suum de Miraculis B. Virginia, pag. 252.
Prologus Willelmi de Chartam ad Opus suum, cui Titulus, Speculum Parvulorum. pag. 273.
Prologus Giraldi Cambrensis ad Historiam suam Expugnatione Hiberniae, ab edito valdè diversus, et multo amplior. pag. 289.

Prologus Ratramni ad Librum suum de anima. pag. 293.
Prologus Roberti Grosthead [Grosseteste] ad Librum suum de Poenis Purgatorii. pag. 294.
Prologus cuiusdam Minoritae ad Opus suum, cui Titulus, Stimulus Amoris Divini. pag. 294.
FindingAidsCatalogue description based on H.J Todd, 'A catalogue of the archiepiscopal manuscripts in the library at Lambeth Palace' (1812).
See also: 'Lambeth Palace Library and its Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts; Exhibition mounted for the biennial conference of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists 3 August 2007', ed. David Ganz and Jane Roberts with Richard Palmer (printed for the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists by Taderon Press, London, 2007).

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