Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Auct. F. 4. 32test this
- s. ix + s. xi
- composite manuscript
- English manuscripts
No description availableSee more ass. with DunstanDunstan
See more Henry LangleyLangley (Henry)
See more The different MSS were probably bound together at Glastonbury. Three of them are thought to have been brought together by Dunstan, who was monk and later abbot of the monastery. The MS, or at least the part containing Eutych’s Ars de verbo, is listed in the 1247/48 catalogue of the library at Glastonbury. On f. 47v of the MS, there is a note saying In custodia fratris H. Langley, i.e. Henry Langley of Glastonbury. See MLGB3.
English antiquary and poet.
See more John Leland c.1538. See MLGB3.
A fragment of Eutyches’ Ars de verbo.
Liber Commonei (‘The Book of Commoneus’).
A glossed copy of Ovid’s Ars amatoria (Book 1).
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