Stephanus Langton super xii Prophetas
Type of resource
ff. 190 + 2
[ca. 1200 - 1299]
double columns of 37 and 45 lines
1 flyleaf, 1(8)-3(8) | I(8)-VIII(8) (wants 6) IX(8)-XXI(8) (wants 8, replaced by slip).
in two good hands
ff. a-b + i + 1-190 + ii + c-d
From Coggeshall. On flyleaf an inscription in black and red occupying the whole page: In hoc uolumine continentur per ordinem Textus duodecim prophetarum. Expositio eorum a magistro Stephano Cantuariensi Archiepiscopo. Et notandum quod littera que in textu non est rubricata in sequenti opere est exposita. Que autem est rubricata non est exposita. Liber Sancte Marie Coggeshale
- CCCC MS 31 is a thirteenth-century manuscript containing a copy of the Commentary on the Twelve Minor Prophets by Stephen Langton (c. 1150-1228), which originally belonged to the Savigniac and Cistercian abbey of St Mary's, Coggeshall, along with CCCC MS 89. Stephen's work on the minor prophets has received little scholarly attention in comparison to his sermons. The manuscript also contains a late twelfth-century fragment of the pseudo-Clementine Recognitions.
- Text of the minor prophets -- Commentaries on the minor prophets
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