Liber provincialis seu notitia episcopatuum per universum orbem christianum
Notitia ecclesiarum in quolibet decanatu in comitatu Suffolc. et decimae ab eis solvendae
Taxatio et decimae solutae a qualibet domo religiosa propter spiritualia vel temporalia in comitatu Suffolc. et alia
Feoda baronum et aliorum tenentium in capite in comitatu Suffolc. tempore Henrici III
CCCC MS 372 contains a late fourteenth-century copy one of the most popular chronicles of the medieval period, the Chronica pontificum et imperatorum by Martin of Troppau OP (before 1230-1278), a history of the Roman emperors and the papacy. Martin's work was extremely influential on the work of other chroniclers, including English writers, and it is not to be wondered that Parker possessed more than one copy of the work (see CCCC MS 59, 194). In addition, this manuscript contains a number of later fifteenth-century additions, including a list of tithes and a royal writ, which seem to indicate that this manuscript was once connected to Suffolk. Beyond that, nothing is known of this manuscript's provenance or how it came to be in Parker's collection.