Manuscripts

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Hatton 42

  • s. ix&ndash
  • s.xi
  • composite manuscript
  • Breton manuscripts
  • Breton manuscripts
  • Non-Celtic manuscripts
  • English manuscripts
Identifiers
Location
Collection: Hatton
Shelfmark
42
Classification
Cat. no. 4117
Provenance and related aspects
Date
s. ix–s.xi
9th century
Hands, scribes
Codicological information
UnitCodicological unit. Indicates whether the entry describes a single leaf, a distinct or composite manuscript, etc.
composite manuscript

Sources

Primary sources This section typically includes references to diplomatic editions, facsimiles and photographic reproductions, notably digital image archives, of at least a major portion of the manuscript. For editions of individual texts, see their separate entries.

[dig. img.] Oxford Digital Library: LUNA, Online. URL: <http://bodley30.bodley.ox.ac.uk:8180/luna/servlet>.
Digital reproduction direct link
[dipl. ed.] Firey, Abigail [project director], Carolingian canon law project, Online: Collaboratory for Research in Computing for Humanities, University of Kentucky. URL: <http://ccl.rch.uky.edu/>. 
abstract:
The Carolingian Canon Law project is a searchable, electronic rendition of works of canon law used by Carolingian readers. This project maps the extent of variation in "standard" legal texts known to Carolingian readers, and identifies particular points of variation. In addition to clarifying the textual history of medieval canon law, the project will provide historical and bibliographic annotation of several hundred canons used by jurists before, during, and after the Carolingian period. We invite all scholars of medieval canon law to contribute translations, annotations, transcriptions, and comments. All such contributions are publicly credited. To contribute, please register for an account.
Catalogue description and various transcriptions direct link

Secondary sources (select)

Firey, Abigail [project director], Carolingian canon law project, Online: Collaboratory for Research in Computing for Humanities, University of Kentucky. URL: <http://ccl.rch.uky.edu/>. 
abstract:
The Carolingian Canon Law project is a searchable, electronic rendition of works of canon law used by Carolingian readers. This project maps the extent of variation in "standard" legal texts known to Carolingian readers, and identifies particular points of variation. In addition to clarifying the textual history of medieval canon law, the project will provide historical and bibliographic annotation of several hundred canons used by jurists before, during, and after the Carolingian period. We invite all scholars of medieval canon law to contribute translations, annotations, transcriptions, and comments. All such contributions are publicly credited. To contribute, please register for an account.
Flechner, Roy, “Paschasius Radbertus and Bodleian Library, MS. Hatton 42”, The Bodleian Library Record 18:4 (2004): 411–421.
Gneuss, Helmut, Handlist of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts: a list of manuscripts and manuscript fragments written or owned in England up to 1100, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 241, Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2001.
[id. 629.]
Craster, H. H. E., and N. Denholm-Young, Summary catalogue of western manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, vol. 2.2: Collections received before 1660 and miscellaneous MSS. acquired during the first half of the 17th century, nos. 3491–8716, Oxford: Clarendon, 1937.
848–849
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen
blog comments powered by Disqus