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Seneca the Elder, Declamationes — Canterbury, Kent. Benedictine cathedral priory of Holy Trinity or Christ Church.


Provenance: Canterbury, Kent. Benedictine cathedral priory of Holy Trinity or Christ Church.
Location: Bodleian Library , Oxford
Shelfmark: Digby 5 , fols. 1–72
Author/Title: Seneca the Elder, Declamationes
Type of evidence: i: evidence from an inscription of ownership by an individual member of a religious house (which may not, however, be evidence for institutional ownership)
Notes on evidence:

'b'' (?) top right fol. 1r (faint).

BRITO is written opposite the end of the text and fol. 42v; ?W. Brito (cf. ALCD cat. I nos. 6, 203).

The 12 c. Canterbury catalogue has (ALCD p. 12 no. 220) Seneca de declamationibus with a letter-mark not unlike that on f. 1, so far as it can be seen (v. ALCD p. 6).

Marking in margins with A and r as often seen in s. xii Canterbury mss.

Date: s. xii
Medieval Catalogue Notes: ? Old cat. 220