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|Source||University of British Columbia. Library. Special Collections and University Archives Division - University of British Columbia Library, Rare Books and Special Collections Online Catalogue (Collection Catalog)|
Interpretationes Hebraicorum nominum
concordance of the Gospels
between 1200 and 1299 (1200 to 1300)
Oxford, England, United Kingdom, Europe (Oxford?, England)
|Binding||19th-c. English morocco, with elaborate gilt tooling, edges gilt and gauffered.|
Varies between 2 and 3 columns, all with 50 lines; dimensions given as "19 cm"; inute early gothic bookhand in dark brown ink, with capitals touched in red, and one- to four-line initials in red or blue with penwork tracery; more than 70 large initials in red and blue with penwork tracery often filling borders; Manuscript Bible includes: Old and New Testaments (in 2 columns, 50 lines), Interpretationes Hebraicorum nominum (in 3 columns, 50 lines) and an early owner's near-contemporary concordance of the Gospels at the end of the volume, listing subjects and chapter numbers in a series of long tables; contains numerous 13th to 16th century additions (in margins) in pen or drypoint; a few single leaves wanting; lightly trimmed at edges with some loss to edges of penwork, running titles, and marginal notes; textura; manuscript online: https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/manuscripts/items/1.0225825#p0z-7r0f:bible
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|Created||by Sarah Tew on 2016-04-27 7:23pm|
|Last Updated||by Sarah Tew on 2016-04-27 19:36:10 -0400|
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