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190
Penitential(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Poenitentiale, etc. (Lat.-Sax.)
Codicology:Vellum, 285 x 185 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (11.5 x 7.6 in.), ff. 2 + 4 + 212 + 2, varying numbers of lines to a page. Cent. xi, in several fine hands.
Multivolume:
Volume I: The first four leaves contain the Table given by Nasmith(Content authored by Corpus Christi College).
Volume II: The hand is at first large and black, and after a single change of script (probably) a small and delicate hand appears (p. 320) and continues with a few interruptions to the end.
Volume III: Mostly in a hand similar to that of no. 22 sqq.
Collation: 2 small flyleaves pasted together. a4(?) 18-78 | gap | 88-188 19?6 (wants 4, 5) || 204 218-248 (wants 7) | 258-288 (wants 3, 7, 8) | 2 flyleaves.
Provenance:The book is from Exeter. At top of p. iii (xvi) is: Ex ... us (probably for Exoniensis).
Additions:In large letters on the verso of the flyleaf (p. i)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College): Penitencialis Theodori archi. epi. The word Theodori has been in part re-written.
Research:This is identified by Wanley with the book presented by Leofric to the Church of Exeter and entered in the list of his gifts as Scrift boc on Englisc. In MS 265 certain passages supplied from it are said to be from a codex Exoniensis.
A copy of this MS. made in 1656 by John Retchford for Mr. Cornelius Bee is MS. Harl. 438 (Miss Bateson, Engl. Hist. Rev. 1895, p. 715 note).
In the article just cited Miss Bateson gives a most valuable study of this MS. on pp. 715-720, showing the many discrepancies between the table of chapters and the text.
I have thought it well to append a summary of her account, as follows:
Wilkins and Thorpe printed their version of the Excerptiones Egberti from the Cotton MS. Nero A. 1. Johnson translated them and compared them with the collections in MS 265. Lord Selborne in his Ancient Facts and Fictions about Tithes compared these two latter MSS. in further detail. The MS. 190 forms an interesting link between the two. It appears to have escaped attention owing to the misleading nature of the table of contents.
Thorpe printed as far as the 43rd (44th) chapter de Reconciliatione.
No break here, p. 94; then follows Item de reconc. and a passage from a Nicene Canon.
Two long passages not noted in the index:
a. Rubric. In nomine Domini. Primo omnium admonemus omnes homines ut super omnia ... percipere mereatur sempiternam. Amen.
b. Space for Rubric. Ecclesia sponsa Christi est et omnium domina. Against the spoilers of the church: cases of Pompey and Alaric quoted.
p. 97. cap. 45. Clerus grece, sors latine (cf. Nero A. 1, f. 127r).
46 resembles Thorpe's Excerpt 161.
45-50 are concerned with election and ordination of bishops and priests.
47 resembles closely MS 265, pp. 4-7.
49 excerpts from the first Nicene Council: contains Thorpe Excerpt 98, 99.
50 from the Council of Agde 544, cap. 35.
51 quotes Beda on the history of the pallium.
p. 105. 52 resembles Thorpe 44: a passage from Gregory added.
53. Council of Chalcedon cap. 2, with Thorpe 33.
54. Quicunque dignitatem gradus non custodierit, with quotations from O. T.
55 quotes Popes St Alexander and Felix.
p. 109. 56. From Gregory to Johannes Defensor (P. L. LXXVII 1294).
57. Sunt quidam sancte dei ecclesie inimici, complains that some deny force to the clerical oath: quotes Pope Pelagius.
58. Gregorius ait. Scimus itaque quia vita presulum nulli; breaks off.
Capp. 59, 60, 61, 62, 63 lost.
p. 111. Latter half of Thorpe, 60.
Thorpe, 61-85.
Three sentences, beginning Si homo uexatus a diabolo, which resemble the genuine Theodore, Lib. II x 1, 2, 3; also in MS 265, p. 71.
Thorpe, 86-97.
Passage on tithes, de jure sacerdotali; also in MS 265.
Thorpe, 101-127.
Rubrication begins again at cap. 104, Thorpe.
p. 124. Quotation from Pope Leo to Rusticus of Narbonne.
Excerpts 128-130, 134, 146 (called “Can. Bonan.” for “Roman.” ), 135-140.
Then the break; 2 pages left blank and subsequently filled in; see above, p. 458, arts. 5-9.
p. 134-8. Excerpts 132, 133, 147-160.
p. 138. 1st Nicene council, cap. 3, more fully than in excerpt 31.
Excerpt 32.
From this point there is no further resemblance to the excerpts.
Passages with rubric Alia. Multis autem declaratur exemplis (that clerics should not bear arms). De militia et victoria christianorum etc.
p. 139. On the captivity of the Jews, followed by the Alcuin passages; see above.
Then the nature of the contents changes.
Miss Bateson proceeds to show that the index of the MS. is discrepant with the contents, “a discrepancy of much interest, since the index tells us that what is missing is that mysterious work Capitula de sacerdotali jure Egcberti archiepiscopi. After cap. 63 (64), on the analogy of Nero A. 1 and MS 265 we expect that titles applicable to the Capitulary in 21 chapters will follow, but this does not happen.” The list (of 25 chapters) begins with 1. Item Canones Sanctorum and ends with 25. Ut ab alterius episcopo nullus crisma accipiat.
The index proceeds 26 De coniugio and here the contents of the MS. begin to answer the description of the index. This title may well cover the excerpts 113-20.
The next, 27. Item de legitimo coniugio = Exc. 121-125
28 = 126
29 = 127
30. Leonis pape (cf. Hinschius, Ps. Isidor, p. 615, cap. 4) is not in Nero A. 1.
31 = 128-9
32 = 130
33 = 146
34 = 134-140
35 = 132-3
Here again the index breaks down, making no note of Exec. 147-151.
36 = 152-3
No note is made of Exec. 154-160. The rest of the titles in the index tally with those of the text.
“The meaning of these discrepancies, and especially the relation of capp. 1-25 to the title which alleges them to be of Egbert's authorship, I cannot explain. But no discussion of the authorship of the work De Iure Sacerdotali is complete without a reference to this manuscript.”
There are three main portions of the book: the first consists of 19 quires (20 including the preliminary one) and is in Latin. It contains Nasmith's articles 1-18. The second contains nos. 19-29: the third the remainder.
CCCNote: James reproduces Nasmith's contents-list, which he printed from the eleventh-century contents-list of the manuscript; however this does not correspond exactly to the manuscript's actual contents. Therefore we have not included Nasmith's material in Volume I of this description. To view the Nasmith material for this section, follow the link to the .pdf reproduction of the James catalogue.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Foliation: pp. a-d + i-xii + 1-388 + 388a-b + 389-424 + e-h(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin and Old English.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
Volume I
1.
ii-ii
Hymn for the consecration of the oils at the main Mass on Maundy Thursday (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
On the verso of the flyleaf is a hymn (for the hallowing of the Chrism) with neumes
ii
Antiphon
ii
Incipit:
O redemptor sume carmen temet concinentium
(see p. 259 of the MS.)
ii
Uersus
ii
Incipit:
Audi iudex mortuorum una spes mortalium
ii
Explicit:
ne senescat tempore. O redemptor
Added (without neumes)
ii
Hoc ecclesia fundatur. Credentes glori(ficat ?). Sit hoc crisma benedictum. cunctis saluberrimum.
iii-xii
Contents list (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
iii
The first four leaves contain the Table with titles in red capitals
The headings are: capitula “de penitentium” (i-lxiii), de canonibus (but no capp. follow), de sacerdotali Iure Egcberti Archiep. (i-xcviiii), de libro scintillarum. Ending lxxii. de Anticristo
xii-xii
Extract from Pope Gregory the Great (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
1-12
De initio creature (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
12-94
Poenitentiale pseudo-Theodori (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Old English gloss on p. 17 is Cameron C89.2(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
3.
94-110
Texts concerning ecclesiastics (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
4.
111-130
Wulfstan's Canon Law Collection ('Excerptiones pseudo-Egberti', recension B, partial text) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
continued on pp. 134-138(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
134
The text continues with Thorpe cxxxii, cxxxiii and then passes to Thorpe cxlvii-clx
This comprises xxxv-xxxvii (part) of the capitula of Nasmith
5.
130-130
Ex decretis sancti Gelasii papae (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
130
Rubric:
Ex decretis Sancti Gelasii Papae
fine round hand
130
Incipit:
Quod in unaquaque ecclesia cui episcopus preest tam de reditibus quam de fidelium oblationibus quattuor debeant fieri portiones etc.
6.
130-130
Old English charm for recovering stolen chattels (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
130
Charm. Smaller black hand
130
Incipit:
Gyf feoh sy under fangen. Gyf hit sy hors sing on his feteran
130
Explicit:
for þam hi hyt forhelan ne mihtan
Cockayne, Leechdoms, I 392
Cameron B23.1.4 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
7.
131-131
Decree of Pope Leo (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
131
Rubric:
Ex decretis Sancti leonis papae
hand like 5
131
Incipit:
Ut nullus episcopus seruum alterius ad officium clericatus promoueat etc.
Smaller hand
131
Rubric:
Theodorus dicit
131
Incipit:
Si quis in seculari habitu uota uouerit
(followed by Theodore II ix 1, 2)
8.
131-131
Decree on jurisdiction over the clergy (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Rather smaller hand
(a)
131
Rubric:
xxviiii. De eo quod non iudicandi sunt etc.
(Canon. Hibern. XXI 29, ed. Wasserschleben)
131
Incipit:
Constantinus rex ait ad episcopos
(b)
131
Incipit:
Non oportet iudices ecclesie habere timorem hominum etc.
(Hibern. XXI 12, part)
131
Rubric:
Ut nullus accusati sedem usurpet episcopi
(Conc. Sardic. cap. 4)
131
Incipit:
Gaudentius ep. dixit, addendum si placet
131
Explicit:
episcopi romani determinata
132-133
Table of consanguinity (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
132
De consanguinitate, a diagrammatic table extending over two pages 132, 133
This table is not in Thorpe
138-143
Texts on Christian warfare (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Follows
138
Rubric:
De magna Synodo
De militia et victoria Christianorum etc. to De tribulationibus1, p. 142, which ends
143
Explicit:
Dei est quippe et adiuuare et in fugam uertere
143-151
Expositio officium sacre missae (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
143
Rubric:
Incipit Expositio officium sacre missae
143
Incipit:
Missarum uero officium constat ex introitu
(xliv in capitula) ending p. 151 (lxi de quinquagesima)
151
Explicit:
ieuinium sacratissimum adimpleuit
151-159
lfric OSB, Second Latin Pastoral Letter for Wulfstan (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
151
Rubric:
Sermo ad sacerdotes
151
Incipit:
O sacerdotes domini
Anglo-Saxon at p. 336
(lxii)
159-162
Wulfstan, Homily VIIIa(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
159
Rubric:
Incipit de baptismo
159
Incipit:
Primo necesse est ut paganus catecuminus sit
Printed by Napier, Wulfstan, No. IV, p. 2
162-173
Offices and related texts (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
162
Rubric:
Incipit super electos ad catecuminum faciendum etc.
163
Rubric:
De officio et mysterio missae
163
Incipit:
Officium quidem misse magna ex parte ad solum pertinet sacerdotem
164
Rubric:
Benedictio salis (et aquae)
169
Rubric:
Item benedictio salis et aquae
two forms
169
Rubric:
Incipit admonitio spiritalis doctrine
169
Incipit:
Exalta in fortitudine uocem tuam
171
Rubric:
Admonitio episcoporum utilis
171
Incipit:
O karissime frater corde tenus perspice
11.
173-179
Alcuin, Epistola 17 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
173
Rubric:
Epistola Albini leuite ad ÆðELNARDUM2 archiep.
173
Incipit:
Pio patri et sancte sedis presuli æþelhardo
179-183
Alcuin, Epistola 114 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
179
Rubric:
Item Epistola Alcuini ad Eanbaldum archiepiscopum
179
Incipit:
Ecce karissime fili
These two letters, which occur again in MS 265, have been collated by Dümmler
(lxvi)
183-188
Isidore of Seville, Extracts from Sententiae, book 3, chapters 36-38 (perhaps taken from pseudo-Amalarius, Institutio canonicorum, book 1, chapters 20, 29, and 30), and related texts(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
183
Rubric:
De doctrina et exemplis prepositorum
183
Incipit:
Tam doctrina quam uita etc.
(= MS 265, p. 17) to Nasmith lxix
13.
188-264
Texts on ecclesiastical customs by lfric OSB, Hrabanus Maurus, Abbo of Saint-Germain-des-Pr s and others (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
188
Rubric:
Sermo Episcopi ad clericos
188
Incipit:
Ego uobis clericis mihi subditis
Anglo-Saxon on p. 320
(lxx)
201
Rubric:
Incipit de septem ecclesiasticis gradibus
201
Incipit:
Hostiarii sunt idem et ianitores
204
Rubric:
Item de Sacerdotibus
The section Item de Sacerdotibus, p. 204, = beginning of MS 265, p. 185. See also MS 265, pp. 188, 194
Old English gloss on p. 246 is Cameron C82.2(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
253
Rubric:
Qualiter penitentes in cena domini in ecclesiam introducuntur
252
In the form “Qualiter penitentes in cena domini in ecclesiam introducuntur” , p. 253, neumes occur
253
Incipit:
Vere fratres karissimi
The sermon (p. 253) Vere fratres karissimi 3 is in Anglo-Saxon on p. 354. Other portions also occur in Anglo-Saxon (see post). More neumes on pp. 258 and(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 259
Ends
264
Explicit:
et clamante diacono Ite missa est pergat unusquisque ad sua
14.
264-281
Defensor of Ligug , Liber scintillarum (extracts) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
264
(265)
Rubric:
Incipiunt excerptiones ex libro scintillarum (72). In primis de caritate
264
Incipit:
Dominus dicit, Maiorem caritatem etc.
There are a good many Anglo-Saxon interlinear glosses
Ends
281
Rubric:
De breuitate huius uitae
281
Explicit:
finiatur uita cum culpa
(P. L. LXXXVIII 597)
Old English gloss on pp. 265-266 is Cameron C60(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
15.
281-291
Adso Dervensis OSB, De ortu et tempore antichristi (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
281
Rubric:
Epistola Adsonis Monachi ad Gerbergam reginam de Anticristo (ci 1291)
281
Incipit:
Excellentissimo ac regali dignitate pollenti
289
Hand changes
Ends
291
Explicit:
que fueritis dignata imperare
16.
292-292
Capitula of the Council of Winchester 1070 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
292
A round hand like that on p. 130 appears
Titles in black, rubricated
292
Rubric:
Celebrati capitula concilii apud uuintoniam
292
Incipit:
Quod nulli liceat duobus episcopatibus presidere
292
Explicit:
quod calices non sint cerei
Wilkins, Concilia I 365. A copy in MS 117. 4 is described as being from a Worcester MS.
17.
292-292
Capitula of the Council of Windsor 1070 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
292
Rubric:
Capitula concilii apud uuindlesora celebrati in pentecosten
292
Incipit:
De introitu episcoporum et abbatum per symoniacam heresim
292
Explicit:
qui hec non fecerit anathema sit
I do not find this text in Wilkins
18.
293-294
Penitential articles issued after the Battle of Hastings (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
293
Rubric:
De penitentia in bello homines occidentium
293
Incipit:
Hec est penitentie institutio secundum decreta normannorum presulum auctoritate summi pontificis confirmata per legatum suum ermenfredum episcopum sedunensem
294
Explicit:
ut neque ipsi uendant neque alii emant
Wilkins, Concilia I 366
The lower part of p. 294 has been written upon, the writing erased, and the Latin Epistola de Canonibus4 ( lfric to Wulsin) written on it in cent. xvi (Wanley, p. 5). The old title is still decipherable as ABSOLUTIO
Volume II
19.
295-308
lfric OSB, Letter to Wulfsige (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Epistola de canonibus Saxonice [scilicet lfrici ad sacerdotes] (Content authored by Nasmith)
cui premissa est epistola nuncupatoria ad Wulfinum episcopum, Latine et manu recenti(Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B1.8.1 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
295
Rubric:
Be preoste synoðe
295
Incipit:
Ic secge eoƿ preostum
Thorpe, 8vo, II 342. The Canons of lfric
304
Incipit:
Ic bidde eoƿ þæt ge gymon eoƿra sylfra
Thorpe, 8vo, II p. 358
20.
308-314
lfric OSB, Catholic Homilies, Second Series, Apostles (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Homelia Saxonica (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B1.2.45 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
308
Rubric:
Sequentia Sancti Euuangelii secundum Lucam
308
Incipit:
In illo tempore. Designauit Dominus et alios
308
Incipit:
Se hælend gecéas hi to eacan
Thorpe, Homilies, II 528
21.
314-319
De ecclesiasticis gradibus (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De ecclesiasticis gradibus, Saxonice (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B13.3 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
314
Rubric:
De eclesiasticis gradibus
314
Incipit:
Heah hadas syndon to healdenne
Also in MS 201, p. 108 and Junius, 121, f. 35v
22.
320-320
lfric OSB, Preface to his Old English Letters to Wulfstan (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Prologus venerabilis lfrici abbatis ad Wulstanum archiepiscopum, Latine (Content authored by Nasmith)
320
Fine round hand
Wanley, p. 22, from a Bodleian MS.
23.
320-336
lfric OSB, First Old English Letter for Wulfstan (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Prima epistola Anglice exposita (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B1.8.2 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
320
Incipit:
Vs bisceopum gedafenað
Latin on p. 188
Thorpe, fol. 452, 8vo, II 364 ( lfric's Pastoral Epistle)
24.
336-337
lfric OSB, Second Old English Letter for Wulfstan (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Secunda epistola quando dividis crismam (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B1.8.3 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
336
Incipit:
Eala ge mæsse preostas
Latin on p. 151
Thorpe, 8vo, II 390 (quando dividis chrisma) from this MS.
25.
337-349
lfric OSB, Second Old English Letter for Wulfstan (continued) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Sermo in cena Domini, et VI feria et sabbato sancto, Saxonice (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B1.8.3 cont. (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
337
Incipit:
In cena domini et in parasceue et in sancto sabbato. On þyssum þrym sƿigenihtum ge sceolan singan æt gædere
Nos. 25, 26 seem not to have been printed
26.
349-350
On the Mass: Celebration of Vigils (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De officio missae in vigilia pascae, Saxonice (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B12.9 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
349
Rubric:
De officio Missae etc.
349
Incipit:
On þone haligan easter æfen gange man to nones
Latin, p. 221
350
Rubric:
De officio missae in vigilia pentecosten
Latin, p. 226
Nos. 25, 26 seem not to have been printed
27.
351-353
Anonymous Homily for Ash Wednesday (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Sermo in capite jejunii, Saxonice (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B3.2.9 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
At this point a large hand appears
351
Incipit:
Gehyrað broðru þa leofestan ƿe mynegiað eoƿ
Latin, p. 247
Copied for Professor Napier; apparently only here
353-360
Anonymous Homily In Cena Domini (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Sermo in cena Domini ad penitentes, Saxonice (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B3.2.23 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Latin, p. 253
Copied for Professor Napier; apparently only here
360-360
Canons on the punishment of sins (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
360
Followed on p. 360 by Latin extracts from Canons in a later hand
360
Incipit:
Excommunicati si perdurant in pristinis criminibus etc.
361-363
Serlo of Bayeux, De filiis presbyterorum (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Invectivum in damnantes conjugia sacerdotum (Content authored by Nasmith)
361
In two columns, cent. xii
361
Incipit:
Lex inmortalis quam longo tempore talis
361
Explicit:
atque coheredem patrie reuocauit ad edem
Th. Wright, Anglo-Latin Satirists, II 208 (another text, called Versus Seltonis), also Mon. Germ. Hist. Libelli de lite, III 580, with a facsimile of the MS.
pp. 362, 363 blank
364-364
Excommunication (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
364
An Excommunication form in fine large hand
Liebermann, Gesetze, p. 434
Volume III
365-365
Old English formula of confession and absolution (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Liber confessionalis Ecgberti Eboracensis archiepiscopi, Saxonice, qui olim ex se conficiebat unum volumen; quod tandem vero una cum aliis diversis tractatibus in hunc librum compingebatur (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cameron B11.9.1 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
365
The first page (365) is in a large hand and contains an Anglo-Saxon Confession and Absolution
365
Incipit:
Ic andette þe drihten aelmihtig god etc.
Gemyltsige eoƿ se aelmihtiga god etc.
Wanley, p. 111
366-418
Confessionale pseudo-Egberti (Old English) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cameron B11.1.1 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
366
Title in red capitals
366
Rubric:
Her onginnað ðisse boce capitulas ðe ƿe hatað scrift boc
This MS. is taken by Thorpe as the basis of his text (folio edn, p. 343: 8vo II 128)
After Confessionale 41 (Thorpe) is the chapter (p. 384)
384
Incipit:
Þeodorus se mæra bisceop ge sette þas rædinge to bysene
386
Explicit:
mid teara agotennysse
(Thorpe, II. 132)
387
Thorpe's Poenitentiale Liber I begins p. 387
390
Liber II
399
Liber(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) III
404
Liber(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) IV
Ends
418
Explicit:
fæste x gear
(Thorpe, II. 170-230)
384-384
Chrodegang, Regula canonicorum, chapter 83 (Old English version)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cameron B10.4.2 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
384-386
Confessionale pseudo-Egberti (Old English, extract) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cameron B11.2.1 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
387-413
Poenitentiale pseudo-Egberti (Old English) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cameron B11.3.1 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
413-414
Confessionale pseudo-Egberti (Additional section z) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cameron B11.2.2 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
414-416
Formulas and Directions for the Use of Confessors (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cameron B11.10.1 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
416-418
Poenitentiale Theodori and Capitula d'Acheriana (partial) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cameron B11.5 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
31.
418-420
Anglo-Saxon Laws Mirce, A , and Hadbot (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cameron B14.48, B14.49, B14.50 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
On pp. 418-420 in a smaller hand are the texts of Be Mercena lage, Be gehadendra aðe 7 be hadbote printed by Liebermann, Gesetze, 462 sqq.
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1  The text of this is conjecturally ascribed to Alcuin by Miss Bateson, and printed by her Eng. Hist. Rev. 1895, p. 731.
2  Apparently altered from ÆðELDARDUM
3  By Abbo of St Germain: D'Achery, Spicil. I 337
4   Thorpe, 8vo, II 342