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Glossed Gospels of Mark and John(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Marcus et Johannes Glosati
Codicology:Vellum, 338 x 220 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (13.2 x 8.5 in.), ff. 151 + 1, text 19 lines, gloss about double. Cent. xii-xiii early, very finely written.
Collation: 1 flyleaf, 16 28 310-810 (10 canc.) | 910-1510 166 17 (two).
2 fo.: et perfecti.
Provenance:Possibly from St Albans.
Foliation: ff. i + 1-151(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
1r-73v
Glossed Gospel of St Mark (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Marcus glosatus
1r
Prologue
1r
Incipit:
Marcus euangelista
1r
Good initial in colour (blue, green, red)
Gloss
1r
Incipit:
Quatuor sunt qualitates
2v
Text
2v
Very fine ladder-like initial (I) in gold and colour. Initial F (of fuit) joined to the above has a picture (gold ground) of John in blue skin-garment baptizing a man (not Christ) who crouches in green water on R.
Ends f. 73v
Gloss ends
73v
Explicit:
signa committantur
73v
Rubric:
Explicit liber Marci
73v
An additional note in smaller hand follows
2.
74r-147r
Glossed Gospel of St John (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Johannes glosatus
74r
Prologue
74r
Incipit:
Hic est Iohannes
74r
Very fine initial in gold and colour
Gloss headed
74r
Rubric:
Prologus Augustini
74r
Incipit:
Omnibus diuine scripture paginis
75v
Text
75v
Splendid initial, length of page, conventional foliage in colours on gold, containing three medallions: a. Christ half-length, holding book and staff surmounted by a cross pattee and blessing; b. The Crucifixion (four nails) with Virgin and St John, sun and moon; c. Blue eagle with scroll “in principio”
Ends f. 147r
gloss ends
147r
Explicit:
nubentur
3.
147v-151v
William de Montibus, Poeniteas cito (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
147v
In another hand the poem attributed to Johannes de Garlandia
147v
Incipit:
Peniteas cito peccator cum sit miserator
Text in large hand: gloss in smaller hand intervening between lines
Ends
150r
Explicit:
Affectus. causa, uicium. persona notetur
(Haur au in Notices et Extraits XXVII pt 2, no. 5)
150v-151v blank