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Prophete maiores et minores, glo. — Osney, Oxfordshire. Augustinian abbey of St Mary the Virgin.


Provenance: Osney, Oxfordshire. Augustinian abbey of St Mary the Virgin.
Location: Magdalen College, Oxford
Shelfmark: lat. 129
Author/Title: Prophete maiores et minores, glo.
Type of evidence: inferred evidence
Notes on evidence:

Magdalen College, lat. 121–132 are a complete collection of glossed books of the Bible collected by John Grene 'Coventriensis' in s. xv med. and all, except perhaps 218, were evidently in the possession of one religious house at an earlier date. Traces of the place-name in 124 and 130 suggest Osney and this is confirmed by the letter-marks and numbers.

The place-name is of four letters, the second s, the first either u or E. Osney seems virtually certain; cf. MS. 124.

Erasure on fol. i verso.

'H' (fols. i verso, 1r); '67' (fol. i verso).

Grene wrote on fol. i recto '9a pars biblie . . .' (cf. MS. 121).

Date: s. xiii in.
Pressmark:

H; 67

Ownership:

'Constat m. J. Grene' (fol. i verso). Pledged by Grene in an Oxford chest in 1458; bears the mark of the Oxford stationer John Doll on fol. 270v, erased.

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