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Anselmus — Canterbury, Kent. Benedictine abbey of St Augustine (originally of St Peter and St Paul).


Provenance: Canterbury, Kent. Benedictine abbey of St Augustine (originally of St Peter and St Paul).
Location: Corpus Christi College , Cambridge
Shelfmark: 154
Author/Title: Anselmus
Type of evidence: inferred evidence
Notes on evidence:

'Liber fratris Iohannis de Lond' \Monachi/ de Librar' Sancti Augustini Cant' Monachorum', above the table on fol. [iii]v. John of London, monk of St Augustine's, fl. c. 1290–c. 1330. The table shows corrections and additions by Clement Canterbury (s. xv ex).

Lower right, 'D' 6a. Ga. io', same leaf. Also on fol. 1r at top 'liber Monasterii sancti Augustini Anglorum apostoli – D' 6a Ga io', in Clement's 'fancy' style, with his initials at the foot of the page.

At bottom of same leaf, 'T.C.' (s. xiv?).

Contents of the book:

Anselm; Augustine.

Date: s. xiv in
Pressmark:

D.6 G.i

Medieval Catalogue: BA1.457

Further details of medieval catalogue: BA1. BENEDICTINES: Canterbury-St Augustine's: Catalogue, 15th cent.