Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 028: Origen, Homilies on Numbers (transl. by Rufinus)
Origenis Homiliae in librum Numerorum
ff. 84 + 1
351 Height (mm) and 225 Width (mm)
[ca. 1100 - 1199]
From Abingdon. On f. 1r in small hand xii-xiii: liber sancte marie Abbendonie quicumque ipsum ali(e)nauerit anathema sit. Amen.
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Homilies on Numbers (transl. by Rufinus)
CCCC MS 28 is a twelfth-century manuscript containing a copy of Rufinus of Aquileia's late-fourth-century Latin translation of Origen's homilies on the Book of Numbers. A twelfth- or possibly thirteenth-century inscription identifies the manuscript as having belonged to the Benedictine abbey of St Mary's, Abingdon.