Manuscripts

G

f. 96r–f. 96v
MS heading: ‘Incipit calculatio quomodo reperire’Three formulae, beg. with one for determining the age of the moon on the first of the month, based on the Victorian system.

H

f. 96v–f. 97r
MS heading: ‘Epistol. pap. Leonis ad Martianum imperatorem, per Darianum’

I

f. 97r–f. 97v
MS heading: ‘De pascha autem tanquam maximo sacramento illuminante comedamus’Tract on the mystical meaning of Easter.

J

f. 97v–f. 98r
Incipit: ‘Romana computatio ita digitorum’Tract on finger reckoning.

K

f. 98r–f. 99r
MS heading: ‘Incip. prol. Theophili Alexandrini epi. ad Theodosium’

L

f. 99r–f. 99v
Formula, or argumenta, for holiday dates.

M

f. 99v–f. 101r
MS heading: ‘Incipit prologus sci. Cirilli’

N

f. 101r–f. 105
MS heading: ‘Incipit anni ordo apud aegyptios primus inventus ut refert Macrobius Theothisius’

O

Miscellany.
f. 105v–f. 106r
MS heading: ‘Issio dt’
[...]

P

Victorius of Aquitaine
f. 108r
Incipit: ‘Victor natione aquitanicus’
f. 108r–f. 110v
Incl. Victorius' Prologue and 4 formulae.
f. 110v
This text awaits identification in a dedicated catalogue entry, or the entry exists but no link has been made as yet.
Incipit: ‘Isti sunt xii dies veneris’Prologue and enumeration of the 12 days, written in a later hand. Item no. 41.
f. 111r–f. 113r
“Chronicle: Olympiad 157 to A.D. 32, with selections from Eusebius-Jerome” (Jones). Item no 42.
f. 113r–f. 120r
This text awaits identification in a dedicated catalogue entry, or the entry exists but no link has been made as yet.
“Victorius' 532-year cycle, with no duplicate dates. A very few annals” (Jones). Item no. 43.

Q

Material relating to the Dionysian 19-year cycle, incl. annals.
f. 120r–f. 131v
Dionysiac 19-year Easter cycles, AD 532-1421, with annals running to 1062 and continued to 1347.

Items 46-54 (ff. 141r-165v)

Remaining items will be ignored.