Epistola ad uirginem in Dimensi monasterio Sancti Auiti
Sermo de beata uirgine
CCCC MS 308 comprises two volumes, both of which date from the twelfth century. The first volume contains the only extant copy of the Vita Sancti Ethelberti by Osbert of Clare (d. in or after 1158); the second contains a copy of the most popular work by Honorius Augustodunensis (d. c. 1140), the Elucidarius, and a letter and a sermon by Ivo of Chartres (c. 1040-1115/16). The manuscript contains some marginalia, including a charm against toothache.