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Augustinus — Rochester, Kent. Cathedral priory of St Andrew.

Provenance: Rochester, Kent. Cathedral priory of St Andrew.
Location: Bodleian Library , Oxford
Shelfmark: Bodley 134
Author/Title: Augustinus
Type of evidence: s: evidence from the style of script or illumination
Notes on evidence:

As well as the identification of this in the medieval catalogue, the script is a Rochester type like that in BL, Royal 5 C. i and 6 C. iv and the binding is similar to another Rochester manuscript, Bodley 387, and like that has the words 'S Wigorniae' on one of the endleaves (s. xvi). A strip has been cut from the bottom of fol. 1, which is the usual position for a Rochester inscription.

Contents of the book:

Augustine, De nuptiis et concupiscentia; id., Contra Pelagium.

Date: s. xii in.
Medieval Catalogue: B77.17 = B79.16

Further details of medieval catalogues:

Said to have been given to Bodley by the Dean and Canons of Windsor in 1612; see under Windsor also.

There is not any evidence or probability that this manuscript was once at Pembroke, Cambridge, as guessed by M. R. James.