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Source Bibliothèque nationale de France - Bibliotheque nationale de France, Archives et Manuscrits Online Catalogue - (Collection Catalog)
Cat./Lot # Latin 12286
Manuscript Details
Titles De fide orthodoxa
Tractatus varii
Tractatus varii
Disputatio contra Judaeum de adventu Christi
Liber apologeticus contra Caunilonem respondentem pro insipiente
Authors John, of Damascus, Saint (recorded as Johannes Damascenus)
Saint Augustine (S. Augustinus), Bishop of Hippo (354-430)
Anselm, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1033-1109 (recorded as Anselmus Cantuariensis)
Odo, of Tournai, approximately 1060-1113 (recorded as Odo Cameracensis)
Manuscript Dates CCENT 1250 (1200 to 1301)
Languages Latin
Materials Parchment
Folios 186 Lines Columns
Height 295 Width 215 Alt Size
Binding Half-bound, redone.
Other Info

Formerly 13 De Beyne; S. Mauri Fosst. 84
Unspecified number of small watermarked initials.
MIGRATION_ISSUE: Last known location for this Entry is Paris, BNF, MS Latin 12286, couldn't store this in the Manuscript record because there is none.

Provenance Information
(No Date) Saint-Maur-des-Fossés (Abbey : France)
(No Date) Saint-Germain-des-Prés (Abbey : Paris, France)
(No Date) Bibliothèque nationale de France
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Created by Sarah Tew on 2013-10-08 3:41pm
Last Updated by fraas on 2013-11-29 11:27:24 -0500
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