Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 265

Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 265

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Repository:

Cambridge (Great Britain)
Corpus Christi College
265

Siglum (by Mordek 1995): Cb

Digital image available at Parker Library


History:

Origin:
2nd half of the 11th century, England (Worcester ?) (Mordek); 1st half of the 11th century, England (Hartmann)

Provenance:
Worcester, in the 16th century in possession of Matthew Parker, who donated the manuscript to the Corpus Christi College. (Mordek)


Physical description:


Quires:
Number: 273 sheets (2 parts, second part from the 12th century)
Size: 270 x 170 mm


Script:

Glosses:


Contents:

  • 3 - 4
    Admonitio spiritualis doctrinae
  • 4 - 7
    Admonitio episcopalis vitae
  • 7 - 17
    letters from Alcuin
  • 17 - 20
    excerpts from Isidore of Seville, Sententiae
  • 20 - 22
    First capitulary of Gerbald of Liège
  • 22 - 37
    Excerptiones Pseudo-Egberti
  • 37 - 70
    canonical excerpts (inter aliam penitentials)
  • 71 - 72
    collection of capitularies of Ansegis (1, 85-87; 2, 34)
  • 72 - 83
    Old English handbook
  • 83 - 91
    Admonitio generalis
  • 91 - 93
    Institutio canonicorum of the Council of Aachen from 816
  • 94 - 100
    canonical excerpts (inter aliam penitentials, Irish canons)
  • 100 - 104
    Excerpta de libris Romanorum et Francorum
  • 105 - 112
    Exempla Saxonica accastigationis hominum
  • 113 - 121
    Collectio of Radulf of Bourges
  • 121 - 160
    Capitula episcoporum of Theodulf of Orléans
  • 160 - 180
    Litterae episcopales of Aelfric
  • 180 - 198
    Homilies of Wulfstan
  • 199 - 208
    excerpts from the Collectio Dionysio-Hadriana
  • 209 - 215
    Formulae of benediction and excommunication, beginning of a map
  • 216 - 231
    Laws of King Edgar I
  • 232 - 236
    empty
  • 237 - 268
    letters from Aelfric to his monks
  • 269 - 298
    excerpts from the Liber officialis of Amalarius of Metz
  • 298 - 329
    Pontificale Romano-Germanicum
  • 329 - 367
    Eclogae de ordine Romano of Amalarius of Metz
  • 368 - 442
    Bernold of Constance, Micrologus de ecclesiasticis observationibus
  • 443 - 554
    Hugo of Fleury, Historia ecclesiastica sive Chronicon

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