Manuscripts

London, British Library, MS Royal 15 A xxxiii

f. 3
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  • s. x
  • Continental manuscripts
  • vellum
Stray leaf inserted into the manuscript and numbered f. 3.
Identifiers
Location
Provenance and related aspects
Date
s. x
10th century?
Hands, scribes
Hands indexed:
Unknown hand 1 Hand responsible for the comment on Dunchad and computistical notes.
Unknown hand 2 The recipe on f. 3v for a potio contra ficum may be in the hand of Gerbert of Aurillac (Esposito). Gerbert of AurillacGerbert of Aurillac
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Material
vellum
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Sources

See also the parent manuscript for further references.

Secondary sources (select)

Lapidge, Michael, and Richard Sharpe, A bibliography of Celtic-Latin literature, 400-1200, Royal Irish Academy Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources, Ancillary Publications 1, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1985.
720; 1182
Esposito, Mario, “Irish commentaries on Martianus Capella”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 9 (1913): 159–163.
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Dennis Groenewegen