SDBM_96684

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Source
Source 1840 - Douce, Francis, 1757-1834 - Catalogue of the printed books and manuscripts bequeathed by Francis Douce, esq. (Auction/Dealer Catalog)
Cat./Lot # 103B
Transaction Information
Selling Agent(s) Douce, Francis, 1757-1834
Buyer(s) Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
Manuscript Details
Titles A. Rules of Prosody About the Quantity of Vowels Before Consonants in Latin. Begins 'Ytalus, Amalech, &C.' B. An Explanation of Similar Words Begins 'Hic Ponit Auctor Equiuocacionem Huius Diccionis Augustus'. C. At End 'Explicit Tractatus Qui Dicitur Pars Oculi de Latino in Anglicum Translatus Per Fratrem Johanem Mirkes Canonicum Regularem Monasterii de Lilleshull. Begins 'God Seith Himself As Written I Fynde'
Authors Johannis Mirkes (Tr)
Manuscript Dates CCENT 1450 (1400 to 1501)
Languages Latin
English
Materials Paper
Places England, Europe
Folios 91 Lines 0 Columns
Height 222 Width 159 Alt Size
Full-Page Miniatures 0 Large Miniatures 0 Small Miniatures 0
Other Info

A-B in One Lot Total of 5 Mss. 169 Leaves
MIGRATION_ISSUE: 'Secondary Source' field in the legacy database was 'Printed books and manuscripts bequeathed by Francis Douce (Oxford, 1840)'

Provenance Information
(No Date) Douce
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