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EPISTOLAE PAULI GLOSATAE.

MRJ number: 
70
College classmark: 
C.20

    Vellum, 13.5 x 9, ff. 212, text 18 lines, gloss 39.  12th cent., very finely

written.

    Donor, T. C. S.

    From Rochester Priory.  On f. 1, at bottom:

                       Liber de claustro Roffensi per zacariam precentorem.

                                                               III.

    I cannot identify this for certain in the Rochester Catalogues printed

in Archaeol. Cantiana VI 122, etc.

    Collation: 18 - 268 (+ 4 after 7th).

    Contents:

       Glossa super Epistolas Pauli.

       The text in a narrow column on the inner side.  The opening of Romans in   

           coloured capitals (red and blue) and with a large initial P panelled and

           flourished.

       Gloss begins: Sicut prophete post legem sic et apostoli

       I Cor., f. 39b; 2 Cor., f. 83b; Gal., f. 106; Eph., f. 123; Phil., f. 137; Col., f. 145;

           I Thess., f. 152b; 2 Thess., f. 157; 1 Tim., f. 162; 2 Tim., f. 172; Tit., f. 177b;

           Philem., f. 181b.

       183b, 184 blank.

       Heb., f. 185, ends f. 212b: intelligitur a roma scripsisse.  Gratia sit cum omnibus

           uobis.  Amen.

Supplementary information 

By Gilbert de la Porrée (Porretanus, Gilbert of Poitiers) (c.1075-1154).
H. Denifle, Die abendländischen schriftausleger bis Luther (Mainz, 1905), pp. 30, 334.
A.M. Landgraf, Einführung in die Geschichte der theologischen Literatur der Frühscholastik: unter dem Gesichtspunkte der schalenbildung (Regensberg, 1948), p. 80.
A.M. Landgraf, 'Untersuchungen zu den Eigenlehren Gilberts de la Porrée', Zeitschrift für Katholische Theologie 54 (1930), 197-200.

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