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Introduction

Thomas Tanner was born in 1674 and matriculated at Queen's College, Oxford in 1689. In 1697 he became Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford; he was prebendary of Ely in 1713-1723, archdeacon of Norfolk in 1721, and canon of Christ Church from 1724. In 1732 he was made bishop of St. Asaph, and died in Oxford 14 Dec. 1735. By his will most of his manuscripts passed to the Bodleian.


Shelfmark MS. Tanner 1
Summary Catalogue no. 9821
Summary of contents Richard Rolle, Commentary on the Psalter.
Language English and Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, beginning
Material parchment

Decoration
Penwork.

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 1

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 2
Summary Catalogue no. 9822
Summary of contents Historical texts mostly relating to English and Scottish history.
Language Latin and English
Date 16th century, beginning
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 2
Quarto image Cols. 3-4
Bibliography
1992
Mary-Rose McLaren, 'The textual transmission of the London Chronicles', English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700 (eds. P. Beal & J. Griffiths), 3 (1992), pp. 38-72, at pp. 48, 62, 67, 70

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 3
Summary Catalogue no. 9823
Summary of contents Gregory the Great, Dialogi. Papal letter to bishop Roger of Worcester added in the 12th century (fol. 1r).
Language Latin
Origin English, West (?)
Date 11th century, second quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniature (retouched), plain gold initials. (P&A iii. 45, pl. V)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 4
Manuscript image fol. 1v St. Gregory the Great lectures a monk.
Bibliography
2001
Helmut Gneuss, Handlist of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts: a list of manuscripts and manuscript fragments written or owned in England up to 1100 (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 241), Tempe AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2001, no. 667

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R. Cat.
1999
Richard Gameson, The manuscripts of Early Norman England (c. 1066-1130), Oxford, etc.: OUP for The British Academy, 1999, p. 45 [fol. 198v]
1996
R. Sharpe, J. P. Carley, R. M. Thomson & A. G. Watson, eds., English Benedictine libraries: the shorter catalogues (Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues, 4), London: The British Library in association with The British Academy, 1996, B115

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
D. Nebbiai-Dalla Guarda, 'Les glossaires et dictionnaires dans les bibliothèques médiévales', in Les manuscrits des lexiques et glossaires de l'antiquité tardive à la fin du moyen age: Actes du Colloque international organisé par le "Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture" (Erice, 23-30 septembre 1994), ed. Jacqueline Hamesse (Fédération Internationale des Instituts d'Etudes Médiévales, Textes et Etudes du Moyen Age, 4), Louvain-la-Neuve 1996, pp. 145-204, at p. 155
1995
Richard Gameson, The role of art in the late Anglo-Saxon Church, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995, pp. 205 n. 83, 207
Cited in more than one chapter of Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture, vol. IV, South-East England (by Dominic Tweddle, Martin Biddle, Birthe Kjolbye-Biddle et al.), Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press for The British Academy, 1995, pp. 65, 68, 179, Fig. 18g
1994
Cited in more than one article in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts: basic readings, ed. Mary P. Richards (Basic Readings in Anglo-Saxon England, vol. 2 = Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, vol. 1434), New York & London 1994, pp. 140, 183, 201, 218 [= Gneuss no. 667]
1993
David N. Dumville, English Caroline script and monastic history: studies in Benedictinism, A.D. 950-1030, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1993, p. 55
1992
Janet Bately, ed., The Tanner Bede: the Old English version of Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica ... (Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, 24) Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1992, p. 35 n. 27
Teresa Webber, Scribes and scholars at Salisbury Cathedral c. 1075 - c. 1125, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992, pp. 79 n., 84 n.
Milton McC. Gatch, 'Piety and liturgy in the Old English Vision of Leofric', in Words, Texts and Manuscripts: Studies in Anglo-Saxon culture presented to Helmut Gneuss on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday, eds. Michael Korhammer and others, Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1992, pp. 159-79, at p. 168n.
1991
Christine Franzen, The tremulous hand of Worcester: a study of Old English in the thirteenth century, Oxford 1991, p. 77
M. B. Parkes, Scribes, scripts and readers: studies in the communication, presentation and dissemination of medieval texts [collected essays], London & Rio Grande: The Hambledon Press, 1991, p. 184 n. 66 [fol. 189]
Elizabeth C. Teviotdale, The Cotton Troper (London, British Library, Cotton MS Caligula A. xiv, ff. 1-36): a study of an illustrated English Troper of the eleventh century, doctoral thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991, p. 243
1978
Elaine M. Drage, Bishop Leofric and the Exeter Cathedral Chapter 1050 - 1072: a reassessment of the manuscript evidence, D. Phil. thesis, Oxford University, submitted 1978, p. 66

Bodleian shelfmark: = MS. D. Phil. c. 2650

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 4
Summary Catalogue no. 9824
Summary of contents Sermons. Theological treatises. Commentaries on the Bible. Etc.
Language Latin
Date 13th century, end, and 14th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 4
Quarto image Cols. 5-6
Quarto image Col. 7

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 5
Summary Catalogue no. 9825
Summary of contents Pontifical. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, beginning
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 7
Bibliography
1994
Ralph Hanna III, ' 'Meddling with makings' and Will's work', in Late-medieval religious texts and their transmission: essays in honour of A. I. Doyle, edited by A. J. Minnis (York Manuscripts Conferences: Proceedings Series, vol. III), Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1994, pp. 84-94, at p. 86n.

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 6
Summary Catalogue no. 9826
Summary of contents Bede, Commentary on Acts of the Apostles. Caesarius of Arles, Homilies. Theological treatises.
Language Latin
Date 12th century, end
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Cols. 7-8

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 8
Summary Catalogue no. 9828
Composite fols. 1-300 || fols. 301-723
Summary of contents Johannes Faventinus, Summa in Gratiani Decretum. Canons (Tanner collection). || Collection of Canons (Tanner collection).
Language Latin
Origin English
Date c. 1200 || 13th century, second quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Initials. (P&A iii. 302) || Good initials. (P&A iii. 384)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Cols. 9-10
Bibliography
2000
English Episcopal Acta, 20. York 1154-1181, ed. Marie Lovatt, Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press for The British Academy, 2000, App. I no. 4

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 9
Summary Catalogue no. 9829
Summary of contents Desiderius Erasmus, Institutio principis Christiani. Translated by Guy de Bandereul, commendatory Abbot of St. Martin au Bois, Clermont.
Language French
Origin French
Date c. 1530
Material parchment

Decoration
Good miniatures, border, initials. The dedication copy to Louis d'Orléans, duc de Longueville, 1524-37, with his arms. (P&A i. 847, pl. LXII)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 10
Quarto image Col. 11

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 10
Summary Catalogue no. 9830
Summary of contents Bede, Historia ecclesiastica.
Language Old English
Origin English
Date 10th century, first half
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine initials. (P&A iii. 22, pl. II)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 11
Manuscript image fol. 68r Zoomorphic initial 'Þ' of interlaced winged lions and dragons disgouring a human figure at top (head lost).
Bibliography
2001
Helmut Gneuss, Handlist of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts: a list of manuscripts and manuscript fragments written or owned in England up to 1100 (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 241), Tempe AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2001, no. 668

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R. Cat.
2000
Peter Orton, The transmission of Old English poetry (Westfield Publications in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 12), Turnhout: Brepols, 2000, p. xvi (listed as siglum 'Caed T')
1997
Timothy Graham, 'Robert Talbot's 'Old Saxonice Bede': Cambridge, University Library, MS Kk.3.18 and the 'Alphabetum Norwagicum' of British Library, Cotton MSS, Domitian A. IX', in Books and Collectors 1200-1700: essays presented to Andrew Watson, eds. James P. Carley & Colin G. C. Tite, London: The British Library, 1997, pp. 295-316, at pp. 297, 301, 311
Mildred Budny, Insular, Anglo-Saxon, and Early Anglo-Norman manuscript art at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge: an illustrated catalogue, 2 vols., Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1997, Vol. I, p. 504
D. R. Howlett, British books in biblical style, Dublin & Portland, OR, 1997, pp. 266-7, 464-72
1996
Michelle P. Brown, The Book of Cerne. Prayer, Patronage and Power in Ninth-Century England, London, etc.: The British Library and University of Toronto Press, 1996, p. 180

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R. Pal.
1995
Richard Gameson, The role of art in the late Anglo-Saxon Church, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995, pp. 229-230, 231, 254
D. Tweddle, 'The development of sculpture, c. 950-1100', in Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture, vol. IV, South-East England (by Dominic Tweddle, Martin Biddle, Birthe Kjolbye-Biddle et al.), Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press for The British Academy, 1995, pp. 62-95, at p. 85
1994
Cited in more than one article in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts: basic readings, ed. Mary P. Richards (Basic Readings in Anglo-Saxon England, vol. 2 = Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, vol. 1434), New York & London 1994, pp. 16, 183, 188, 216, 234, 241, 245, 247-8, 333 [= Gneuss no. 668]
1993
Michael Lapidge, 'Schools, learning and literature in tenth-century England' [first published 1991], reprinted in his Anglo-Latin Literature 900-1066 [collected articles], London & Rio Grande: The Hambledon Press, 1993, pp. 1-48, at p. 12n., see also p. 469
1992
Janet Bately, ed., The Tanner Bede: the Old English version of Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica ... (Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, 24) Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1992, passim (complete facsimile)
David N. Dumville, Wessex and England from Alfred to Edgar: six essays on political, cultural, and ecclesiastical revival, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1992, p. 65
Richard Gameson, 'The decoration of the Tanner Bede', Anglo-Saxon England, 21 (1992), pp. 115-59, passim
Richard Gameson, 'The fabric of the Tanner Bede', Bodleian Library Record, 14 no. 3 (1992), pp. 175-206
1991
Christine Franzen, The tremulous hand of Worcester: a study of Old English in the thirteenth century, Oxford 1991, p. 109
M. B. Parkes, Scribes, scripts and readers: studies in the communication, presentation and dissemination of medieval texts [collected essays], London & Rio Grande: The Hambledon Press, 1991, pp. 149, 154-5, 158-60, 162
Fred C. Robinson & E. G. Stanley, Old English verse texts from many sources: a comprehensive collection (= Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, 23), Copenhagen: Rosenkilde & Bagger, 1991

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
1990
Frederick M. Biggs, Thomas D. Hill & Paul E. Szarmach, Sources of Anglo-Saxon literary culture: a trial version (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 74), Binghamton NY 1990, pp. 73-4
Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe, Visible song: transitional literacy in Old English Verse (Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 4), Cambridge, etc.: C.U.P, 1990, p. 3 n. 5, p. 33 n. 30, p. 39, p. 43, p. 44, p. 45

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 10* (R)
Summary Catalogue no. 27694
Summary of contents 'Tituli', or communications of religious foundations which prayed for the soul of William abbot of Thorney (i.e. W. of Yakesle, d. 1293). On other side: lists of books lent from the book-closet in 1327-(?)1331. Originally endleaves from MS. Tanner 10, removed 1898.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 14th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 339
Bibliography
1996
R. Sharpe, J. P. Carley, R. M. Thomson & A. G. Watson, eds., English Benedictine libraries: the shorter catalogues (Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues, 4), London: The British Library in association with The British Academy, 1996, B100

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
Simon Keynes, ed., The Liber Vitae of the New Minster and Hyde Abbey Winchester, British Library Stowe 944, together with leaves from British Library Cotton Vespasian A. VIII and British Library Cotton Tiberius Titus D. XXVII (Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, 26), Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1996, p. 63 n. 123
1994
David N. Bell, An index of Cistercian authors and works in medieval library catalogues in Great Britain (Cistercian Studies Series, 132), Kalamazoo, Michigan: Cistercian Publications, 1994, p. 142

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
1992
Janet Bately, ed., The Tanner Bede: the Old English version of Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica ... (Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, 24) Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1992, passim (complete facsimile)

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 11
Summary Catalogue no. 9831
Summary of contents Chronicle of England continued to the taking of Rouen by Henry V ('Caxton's chronicle').
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 11
Bibliography
1998
Lister M. Matheson, The Prose Brut: the development of a Middle English Chronicle (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 180), Tempe, AZ, 1998, pp. xxvii, 73, 215, 220-2, 226, 228

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 13
Summary Catalogue no. 9833
Summary of contents Year books (transcripts of pleadings in English courts, 1307/1308-1320/1321).
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 14th century, beginning
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Cols. 13-14

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 15
Summary Catalogue no. 9835
Summary of contents Ps.-John Capgrave, Nova legenda Angliae.
Language Latin
Origin French
Date 1499
Material parchment

Decoration
Good border, initial. (P&A i. 796)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 18
Manuscript image fol. 1r Gold 9-line initial 'A' with tiny initials on filigreework against blue and rose ground. Spray border in top and half of left margin with gold balls and pine cones, stylized and coloured flowers and leaves.
Bibliography
2000
Glyn S. Burgess & Clara Strijbosch, The Legend of St Brendan: a critical bibliography, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2000, p. 8 [pp. 75-86]
1997
M. B. Parkes, 'Archaizing hands in English manuscripts', in Books and Collectors 1200-1700: essays presented to Andrew Watson, eds. James P. Carley & Colin G. C. Tite, London: The British Library, 1997, pp. 101-141, at pp. 111, 114
Peter J. Lucas, From author to audience: John Capgrave and medieval publication, Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 1997, pp. 296, 304-5
1996
Nicholas Vincent, Peter des Roches: an alien in English politics, 1205-1238 (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought, 4th Series, 31), Cambridge 1996, p. 485 (Bibliography)
1995
David Jones, ed., Saint Richard of Chichester: the sources for his life (Sussex Record Society, 79, for 1993), Lewes 1995, p. 249 (listing only)
1991
M. B. Parkes, Scribes, scripts and readers: studies in the communication, presentation and dissemination of medieval texts [collected essays], London & Rio Grande: The Hambledon Press, 1991, p. 251

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 16
Summary Catalogue no. 9836
Summary of contents Richard Rolle, Commentary on the Psalter.
Language English and Latin
Origin English
Date c. 1400
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine border, initials (partly mutilated). (P&A iii. 789, pl. LXXIV)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 18
Manuscript image fol. 2v Blue and rose 10-line Initial B(eatus). Surround and column bar border with blue and rose leaves, daisy buds, cornerpieces and interlace. Bottom left cornerpiece cut out.
Manuscript image fol. 106v Decoration as above, with both large initial, a cornerpiece and decoration at mid-point of the border cut out. Tiny red or blue flourished capitals throughout two columns of text.
Bibliography
1995
Kathleen L. Scott, 'An Hours and Psalter by two Ellesmere illuminators', in The Ellesmere Chaucer: essays in interpretation, eds. Martin Stevens & Daniel Woodward, San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, and Tokyo: Yushodo Co., Ltd., 1995, pp. 87-119, at p. 118 n. 51

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 17
Summary Catalogue no. 9837
Summary of contents South English Legendary: Lives of Saints, and Temporale (Passion of Christ).
Language English
Origin English
Date 15th century, beginning and middle
Material parchment

Decoration
Good border, initials. Fine miniatures (mostly coloured drawings) of 15th century, middle, added in margins. (P&A iii. 861, pl. LXXXII)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 18
Quarto image Cols. 19-20
Quarto image Col. 21
Manuscript image fol. 85r St. Mary of Egypt, died 421 A. D., April 2nd. A hermit, she carries three loaves which were her food in the desert.
Bibliography
2000
Glyn S. Burgess & Clara Strijbosch, The Legend of St Brendan: a critical bibliography, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2000, p. 70 (fols. 99v-107v)
Karen A. Winstead, ed., Chaste Passions: medieval English virgin martyr legends, Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press, 2000, p. 101 Fig. 5 (fol. 7r)
1997
David Farmer, 'St Augustine's life and legacy', in English Heritage Book of St Augustine's Abbey Canterbury, ed. Richard Gem, London: B. T. Batsford / English Heritage, 1997, pp. 15-32, at pp. 28-9 ill. 4 (fol. 111r)
Karen A. Winstead, Virgin Martyrs: legends of sainthood in late medieval England, Ithaca, NY, and London: Cornell University Press, 1997, pp. 115-6 and figs. 22 (fol. 19r detail), 23 (fol. 22r detail)
1996
Kathleen L. Scott, Later Gothic Manuscripts 1390-1490 (A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 6), 2 vols., London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 1996, no. 45; I, pp. 34, 42; II, pp. 41, 259, 261; ills. 183, 184, 185, 186

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R. Pal.
1990
Kathleen L. Scott, 'The illustrations of Piers Plowman in Bodleian Library MS Douce 104', The Yearbook of Langland Studies, 4 (1990), 1-86 at p. 78 no. 7

Bodleian shelfmark: = REFS. LXXXVII.17

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 18
Summary Catalogue no. 9838
Summary of contents Cartulary of William Molash as almoner of Christ Church Cathedral Priory, Canterbury, in 1419, with later materials relating to the Priory.
Language Latin
Origin English, Canterbury Christ Church.
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 22
Bibliography
1995
Nigel Ramsay, 'The Cathedral Archives and Library', in A History of Canterbury Cathedral, eds. Patrick Collinson, Nigel Ramsay, and Margaret Sparks, Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press, 1995, pp. 341-407, at p. 354 n. 65
1991
English Episcopal Acta, II, Canterbury 1162-1190, eds. C. R. Cheney & B. E. A. Jones, and III, Canterbury 1193-1205, eds. C. R. Cheney & E. John, corrected paperback edition, Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press, 1991, vol. II, nos. 82, 84, 87

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 19
Summary Catalogue no. 9839
Summary of contents Ranulf Higden, Polychronicon.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, beginning
Material parchment

Decoration
Good borders, initials (partly damaged). (P&A iii. 854)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 22
Manuscript image fol. 19r Light blue initial 'E' on gold ground and two blue red-flourished initials. Gold barborder in left and lower margin with blue and pink leaves, lower right cornerpiece ending in a spray with trilobed leaves.

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 86
Summary Catalogue no. 9912
Summary of contents Texts relating to the Council of Basel, 1430-1433 and n.d.
Language Latin
Date 15th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Col. 423

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 110
Summary Catalogue no. 9936
Summary of contents Bestiarium moralizatum. Sermons. Theological treatises, fragments and notes. Etc.
Language French, Latin, and English
Date 12th century, 13th century, 14th century, 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Cols. 479-480
Quarto image Cols. 481-482
Bibliography
1998
Ron Baxter, Bestiaries and their users in the middle ages, Stroud & London: Sutton Publishing Ltd. & The Courtauld Institute, 1998, pp. 148, 151, 177
1992
William A. Ringler, Jr., Bibliography and index of English verse in manuscript 1501-1558, London: Mansell, 1992, pp. 45-6

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 116
Summary Catalogue no. 9942
Summary of contents Roger Bacon, Commentary on Ps.-Aristotle, Secretum secretorum. Ps.-Aristotle, Secretum secretorum. Simon of Faversham, Commentaries on Aristotle.
Language Latin
Date 13th century, end
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 82
Quarto image Cols. 493-494
Bibliography
1994
Bibliographie annuelle du moyen-Âge tardif: auteurs et textes latins, ed. Jean-Pierre Rothschild, Tome IV [covering 1993-4], [Paris]: Brepols 1994, no. 3496

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R.Pal.19.50/4

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 165
Summary Catalogue no. 9991
Summary of contents Register of William Molash, Prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, from 1427, including the Registrum angliae de libris doctorum et auctorum ueterum.
Language Latin
Origin English, Canterbury Christ Church
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 85
Quarto image Col. 621
Bibliography
1996
Helmut Gneuss, 'Englands Bibliotheken im Mittelalter und ihr Untergang' [first published 1964], reprinted in his Books and libraries in early England (Variorum Collected Studies Series, CS558), Aldershot, etc.: Variorum, 1996, article no. I, p. 105
1995
S. E. Kelly, ed., Charters of St Augustine's Abbey Canterbury and Minster-in-Thanet (Anglo-Saxon Charters, 4), Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press for The British Academy, 1995, pp. lix, cxxix, 9
1994
Bibliographie annuelle du moyen-Âge tardif: auteurs et textes latins, ed. Jean-Pierre Rothschild, Tome IV [covering 1993-4], [Paris]: Brepols 1994, no. 3059

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R.Pal.19.50/4
David N. Bell, An index of Cistercian authors and works in medieval library catalogues in Great Britain (Cistercian Studies Series, 132), Kalamazoo, Michigan: Cistercian Publications, 1994, pp. 7, 15

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
1993
Ivan Hlaváček, 'Miscellanea codicologica Bohemica Oxoniensia medii aevi', Studie o Rukopisech, 30 (1993-4), pp. 3-22, at pp. 14-15
SCWMSS archive: = REFS. CI.18
1992
Teresa Webber, Scribes and scholars at Salisbury Cathedral c. 1075 - c. 1125, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992, pp. 60 n., 61 n.
1991
L. D. Reynolds & N. G. Wilson, Scribes & scholars: a guide to the transmission of Greek & Latin literature, 3rd edn., Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991, p. 269
1987
Mary A. Rouse & Richard H. Rouse, 'The Franciscans and books: Lollard accusations and the Franciscan response' [first printed 1987], reprinted in their collected articles, Authentic Witnesses: approaches to medieval texts and manuscripts (Publications in medieval studies [The Medieval Institute, The University of Notre Dame], 17) [= reprinted articles], Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1991, pp. 409-24, at p. 423
1976
Mary A. Rouse & Richard H. Rouse, 'The development of research tools in the thirteenth century' [first published and republished, 1976-9], reprinted in their collected articles, Authentic Witnesses: approaches to medieval texts and manuscripts (Publications in medieval studies [The Medieval Institute, The University of Notre Dame], 17) [= reprinted articles], Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1991, pp. 221-55, at p. 238 n. 42

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 166
Summary Catalogue no. 9992
Summary of contents History of Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 16th century, beginning
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 85
Quarto image Col. 621

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 169*
Summary Catalogue no. 9995
Composite pp. 3-174 || pp. 1-2, 177-178 || pp. 175-176
Summary of contents Psalter and masses, with calendar. || Hymns to the Holy Cross and to St. Oswald, with musical notes. || Part of an alliterative poem, beg. 'Stod ho ...'.
Language Latin || Latin || English
Origin English, Chester
Date 12th century, end (c. 1192-1193) || 13th century, end || 13th century
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniature (drawing), fine and good initials. Cycle, pp. 15-16, from 1188-1263, and marks in calendar for 1192-1193. (P&A iii. 225, pl. XXII) || - || -

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 86
Manuscript image fol. p. 17 Psalm 1. Beatus initial with finely drawn leaves and buds against a blue ground.
Manuscript image fol. p. 149 Text of Canon of the mass, with miniature of the Crucifixion in column I. Many decorated initials of different sizes in light red, blue and green.
Bibliography
1998
Arno Borst, Die karolingische Kalenderreform (Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Schriften, Band 46), Hannover: Hahnsche Buchhandlung, 1998, Siglum 'g 13': pp. XXVI, 149, 508
1996
Andrew Hughes, Late medieval liturgical offices. Resources for electronic research: sources and chants (Subsidia Mediaevalia 24), Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1996, p. 121 (List of Sources only)

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
1993
Margaret Laing, Catalogue of sources for a linguistic atlas of early medieval English, Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1993, p. 142
1991
Margaret Laing, 'Anchor texts and literary manuscripts in Early Middle English', in Regionalism in late medieval manuscripts and texts: Essays celebrating the publication of A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English, ed. Felicity Riddy (= York Manuscripts Conferences: Proceedings Series, 2 [Proceedings of the 1989 Conference]), Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1991, pp. 27-52, at p. 49

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 170
Summary Catalogue no. 9996
Summary of contents Ranulf Higden, Polychronicon. Etc.
Language Latin
Date 14th century, end
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 86
Quarto image Col. 622
Manuscript image fol. 15v Mappa mundi of mandorla shape. Peculiar to Ranulf Higden, it presents the World (the oikumene) as an allegory of Christ in majesty.
Bibliography
1995
A. S. G. Edwards, 'Geography and illustration and Higden's Polychronicon', in Art into life: Collected Papers from the Kresge Art Museum Medieval Symposia (eds. C. G. Fisher & K. L. Scott), East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1995, pp. 95-113, at pp. 109-110 n. 33; 110-111 n. 41

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 184
Summary Catalogue no. 10010
Summary of contents Apocalypse with commentary.
Language Latin
Origin English, Westminster (?)
Date c. 1250-1255
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniatures (tinted drawings). By two hands, pp. 1-18 and 19 to the end. (P&A iii. 463, pl. XLII)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 86
Quarto image Col. 628
Manuscript image fol. p. 10 Rev. VI, 5. The opening of the Third Seal. The Calf, another of the four Beasts, holds a scroll. "Lo, a black horse. And he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand."
Bibliography
1995
Suzanne Lewis, Reading images: narrative discourse and reception in the thirteenth-century illuminated Apocalypse, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995, p. 343
Rosemary Muir Wright, Art and Antichrist in medieval Europe, Manchester & New York: Manchester University Press, 1995, pp. 132, 139
1990
Nigel Morgan, ed., The Lambeth Apocalypse: Manuscript 209 in Lambeth Palace Library. A Critical Study (Commentary Text Volume to the Facsimile Edition), London: Harvey Miller, 1990, pp. 22 n. 26, 30, 31, 40, 87, 88, 93 n. 13, 113 n. 22, 114, 116 n. 32; App. III p. 271; Figs. 8, 21

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 187
Summary Catalogue no. 10013
Summary of contents Gospel of St. Matthew with gloss.
Language Latin
Origin French (?)
Date c. 1200
Material parchment

Decoration
Good initial, unfinished. (P&A i. 504)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 629

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 188
Summary Catalogue no. 10014
Summary of contents Brut chronicle to 1387-1388.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 629
Bibliography
1998
Lister M. Matheson, The Prose Brut: the development of a Middle English Chronicle (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 180), Tempe, AZ, 1998, pp. xxvii, 72, 177, 183-4, 187, 239, 254

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 189
Summary Catalogue no. 10015
Summary of contents Henry Bracton (attrib.), De legibus et consuetudinibus Angliae.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 13th century, end
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 629

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 190
Summary Catalogue no. 10016
Summary of contents Marino Sanudo, Secreta fidelium Crucis.
Language Latin
Origin Italian, Venice
Date c. 1321-1324
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniatures, maps, historiated borders and initials. (P&A ii. 118, pl. XI)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 630
Manuscript image fol. 4r Angel supports red initial S(anctissimo) on ultramarine ground, inside a gold rectangle. Initial has seated bishop receiving three books from a kneeling author. Gold bar border decorated with ultramarine acanthus leaves wrapped around a pink stem.
Bibliography
1979
Cited in Studi Medievali, 3rd Series, vol. XX, 1(1979), 3 & n. [Reference taken from Studi Medievali, 3rd Ser., Indici, Anni I-XX: 1960-1979 (ed. G. Zanella), Spoleto: Centro italiano di studi sull'alto medioevo, 1981, pp. 272-6] [fol. 207r]

Bodleian shelfmark: = Per. 3962 d. 224
1964
Cited in Studi Medievali, 3rd Series, vol. V, 1 (1964), p. 393 [Reference taken from Studi Medievali, 3rd Ser., Indici, Anni I-XX: 1960-1979 (ed. G. Zanella), Spoleto: Centro italiano di studi sull'alto medioevo, 1981, pp. 272-6]

Bodleian shelfmark: = Per. 3962 d. 224

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 192
Summary Catalogue no. 10018
Summary of contents Astronomical and arithmetical treatises and tables. Calendar. Added note in Portuguese, 15th century.
Language Latin and Portuguese
Origin French
Date 14th century, second half
Material parchment

Decoration
Good diagrams, initial. (P&A i. 629)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 630
Quarto image Cols. 631-632
Manuscript image fol. 109r Prophatius astrolabe-quadrant.
Bibliography
1998
Sigrid Krämer, Bibliographie Bernhard Bischoff und Verzeichnis aller von ihm herangezogenen Handschriften (Fuldaer Hochschulschriften, 27), Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Josef Knecht, 1998, No. 142, 71

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 194
Summary Catalogue no. 10020
Summary of contents Accounts of Prior Robert Wymondham of Hickling Priory, Norfolk, acting as cellarer, 1509-1522, with some later Hickling materials.
Language Latin and English
Date 16th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 632
Quarto image Col. 633

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 195
Summary Catalogue no. 10021
Summary of contents Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historia regum Britanniae (imperfect at the beginning). Ralph de Diceto, De adventu Saxonum (imperfect at the end). Chronicle of the kings of England to Edward I, in French (imperfect at the end).
Language Latin and French
Date 14th century, beginning
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 633
Bibliography
1999
Ruth J. Dean (with Maureen B. M. Boulton), Anglo-Norman literature: a guide to texts and manuscripts (Anglo-Norman Text Society, Occasional Publications Series, No. 3), London 1999, no. 13

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R.

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 196
Summary Catalogue no. 10022
Summary of contents Formulary of Launceston Priory, Cornwall. Church documents, including material on the Augustinian Order. Theological treatises, including John Mirk, Instructions for Parish Priests, in Middle English verse.
Language Latin and English
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Cols. 633-634
Quarto image Cols. 635-636

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 197
Summary Catalogue no. 10023
Summary of contents Record of wardrobe expenses of Edward II at Berwick-upon-Tweed, compiled by Johannes de Okham.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 1311
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 636

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 198
Summary Catalogue no. 10024
Summary of contents Carmen de natura breuium et de prerogatiua regis. Dedicated to John Stafford, bishop of Bath (1424-1443). 'Calendare statutorum', in French. Chapters of Magna Carta etc.
Language Latin and French
Origin English
Date 15th century, middle (c. 1440-1450)
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine border (damaged), fine and good initials on fols. 1-16. (P&A iii. 973)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 636
Bibliography
1996
J. H. Baker, A catalogue of English legal manuscripts in Cambridge University Library, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1996, pp. 63, 219, 239

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R. Cat.

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 201
Summary Catalogue no. 10027
Summary of contents Theological treatise, beg. 'O man beholde ...'. Memoriale credencium.
Language English
Origin English
Date 15th century, second half
Material parchment

Decoration
Good initial. (P&A iii. 1164)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 637
Bibliography
1995
Michael P. Kuczynski, Prophetic song: the Psalms as moral discourse in late medieval England (University of Pennsylvania Press, Middle Ages Series), Philadelphia 1995, pp. 113, 274
1993
Richard Newhauser, The treatises on vices and virtues in Latin and the vernacular (Typologie des Sources du Moyen Age Occidental, fasc. 68, A-VI.C*), Turnhout: Brepols, 1993, pp. 39, 171
1989
Martha Powell Harley, 'A reconsideration of the Middle English verses in Bodleian Library MS. Tanner 201', Bodleian Library Record 13:3 (1989), pp. 195-201

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 210
Summary Catalogue no. 10036
Summary of contents Richard Nykke, bishop of Norwich, Liber uisitationis ordinariae monasteriorum ac prioratuum religiosorum (1514).
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 16th century, beginning
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 639

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 221
Summary Catalogue no. 10047
Summary of contents Collection of letters patent, ordinances, charters, deeds and accounts of the guild of Jesus in the Crowds, in St. Paul's church, London, 1459-1536 and n.d.
Language Latin and English
Origin English, London
Date 15th century and 16th century, first half
Material parchment, paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Cols. 643-644
Bibliography
1996
Anne F. Sutton & Livia Visser-Fuchs, 'The cult of angels in late fifteenth-century England: an Hours of the Guardian Angel presented to Queen Elizabeth Woodville', in Women and the Book: Assessing the Visual Evidence (eds. Lesley Smith & Jane H. M. Taylor), London, Toronto & Buffalo, 1996, pp. 230-265, at p. 258
1990
J. B. Trapp, 'John Colet, his manuscripts and the Pseudo-Dionysius' [first published 1976], reprinted in his collected Essays on the Renaissance and the classical tradition (= Variorum Collected Studies Series 323), Aldershot: Variorum, 1990, Article XI, at p. 212

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 223
Summary Catalogue no. 10049
Summary of contents Cartulary of the See of Canterbury, comprising a register of royal, papal, and some other charters.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 16th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 644
Bibliography
1998
David Bates, ed., Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum: the Acta of William I(1066-1087), Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998, nos. 70, 71, 73, 75, 76, 79, 128
1995
Nigel Ramsay, 'The Cathedral Archives and Library', in A History of Canterbury Cathedral, eds. Patrick Collinson, Nigel Ramsay, and Margaret Sparks, Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press, 1995, pp. 341-407, at p. 371
1991
English Episcopal Acta, II, Canterbury 1162-1190, eds. C. R. Cheney & B. E. A. Jones, and III, Canterbury 1193-1205, eds. C. R. Cheney & E. John, corrected paperback edition, Oxford, etc.: Oxford University Press, 1991, vol. II, nos. 66, 75, 183, 295, 300; vol. III, nos. 387, 389
1990
David A. E. Pelteret, Catalogue of English post-Conquest vernacular documents, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1990, nos. 46, 50, 54

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 224
Summary Catalogue no. 10050
Summary of contents Records of the payments of rent in Hickling Netherhall, Sutton, Stalham, Palling and other villages in Norfolk, 1519-1533.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 16th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 87
Quarto image Col. 644

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 242
Summary Catalogue no. 10068
Summary of contents Valor beneficiorum omnium ecclesiasticorum in Anglia (damaged).
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 16th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 88
Quarto image Col. 650

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 256
Summary Catalogue no. 10082
Summary of contents Valor collegiorum, ecclesiarum cathedralium, et hospitalium in Anglia.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 16th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 88
Quarto image Col. 652

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 263
Summary Catalogue no. 10089
Summary of contents List of church property in Norfolk.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 88
Quarto image Col. 653

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 334
Summary Catalogue no. 10161
Summary of contents Missal. Use of Rome.
Language Latin
Origin French (?)
Date 14th century, beginning
Material parchment

Decoration
Fleuronnée initials. (P&A i, list p. 72)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 90
Quarto image Col. 733

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 335
Summary Catalogue no. 10162
Summary of contents Raymund de Penafort, Summa de casibus poenitentiae.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 13th century, third quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine initials. (P&A iii. 464)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 90
Quarto image Col. 733
Manuscript image fol. 143r Initial 'Q' with elegant pale dragon interlaced with leaf-scrolls on blue ground in the bowl of the letter.

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 336
Summary Catalogue no. 10163
Summary of contents Collection of treatises, mostly ascribed to John Wycliffe.
Language English
Origin English
Date 15th century, beginning
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 90
Quarto image Cols. 733-734

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 337
Summary Catalogue no. 10164
Summary of contents Theological treatises. Texts on English church law. Etc.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 90
Quarto image Col. 734
Quarto image Col. 735

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 346
Summary Catalogue no. 10173
Summary of contents Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Hoccleve, John Lydgate, and others, various poems.
Language English
Origin English
Date 15th century, middle
Material parchment

Decoration
Good border, initial. (P&A iii. 1039)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 90
Quarto image Cols. 749-750
Manuscript image fol. 71r Text page with light blue red-flourished initial.
Manuscript image fol. 73r Text page with light blue red-flourished initial.

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 347
Summary Catalogue no. 10174
Summary of contents John Lydgate, Life of St. Edmund.
Language English
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 90
Quarto image Col. 750

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 348
Summary Catalogue no. 10175
Summary of contents Bede, Historia ecclesiastica.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, middle
Material parchment

Decoration
Initial. (P&A iii. 1040)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 90
Quarto image Col. 750

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 388
Summary Catalogue no. 10215
Summary of contents John Kemp, Archbishop of Canterbury, Statues of the collegiate church of South Malling, Sussex, 1453, with the revision of Archbishop Warham, 1515.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 16th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 91
Quarto image Col. 758

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 398
Summary Catalogue no. 10225
Summary of contents The seven points of true love and everlasting wisdom, a reduced version of Henricus Suso's Horologium sapientiae.
Language English and Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 91
Quarto image Cols. 761-762

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 400
Summary Catalogue no. 10227
Summary of contents Register of writs.
Language English
Origin English
Date 13th century and 14th century, beginning
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 91
Quarto image Col. 762

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 405
Summary Catalogue no. 10232
Summary of contents John Mandeville, Travels.
Language English
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material parchment, paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 91
Quarto image Col. 763

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 407
Summary Catalogue no. 10234
Summary of contents Commonplace book of Robert Reynys of Accle, Norfolk, including poems in Middle English.
Language English and Latin
Origin English, Norfolk
Date 16th century
Material paper
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 91
Quarto image Col. 764
Quarto image Col. 765
Bibliography
2001
John Withrington, 'The Arthurian epitaph in Malory's Morte Darthur' [first published 1987], reprinted in Glastonbury Abbey and the Arthurian tradition, ed. James P. Carley (Arthurian Studies, 45), Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2001, pp. 211-47, at pp. 213, 214
Middle English poetry: texts and traditions. Essays in honour of Derek Pearsall, ed. A. J. Minnis (York Manuscripts Conferences: Proceedings Series, 5), York & Woodbridge, etc.: York Medieval Press, 2001, p. 283
1995
John B. Friedman, 'Harry the Haywarde and Talbat his Dog: an illustrated girdlebook from Worcestershire', in Art into Life: Collected Papers from the Kresge Art Museum Medieval Symposia, eds. C. G. Fisher & K. L. Scott, East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1995, pp. 115-153, at pp. 139, 141-2 [fol. 52r]
1994
The Index of Middle English Prose, Handlist X: Manuscripts in Scandinavian Collections, by Irma Taavitsainen, Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 1994, pp. 18 (fol. 12v), 21

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
1992
Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College Cambridge (general ed. R. Latham), vol. V, Manuscripts, Part i: Medieval (compiled by Rosamond McKitterick & R. Beadle), Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1992, pp. 12, 47
William A. Ringler, Jr., Bibliography and index of English verse in manuscript 1501-1558, London: Mansell, 1992, pp. xvii, 46
1991
Lynne S. Blanchfield, 'The romances in MS Ashmole 61: an idiosyncratic scribe', in Romance in Medieval England, Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1991, at p. 85
Richard Beadle, 'Prolegomena to a literary geography of later medieval Norfolk', in Regionalism in late medieval manuscripts and texts: Essays celebrating the publication of A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English, ed. Felicity Riddy (= York Manuscripts Conferences: Proceedings Series, 2 [Proceedings of the 1989 Conference]), Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1991, pp. 89-108, at p. 108
1990
Derek Pearsall, ed., Studies in the Vernon Manuscript, Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1990, p. 116
Peter Whiteford, ed., The Myracles of Oure Lady ... from Wynkyn de Worde's edition (Middle English Texts, 23), Heidelberg 1990, pp. 98-9, 131 (Cat. 40)

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 408
Summary Catalogue no. 10235
Summary of contents Speculum humanae saluationis. Verse summary of Peter Lombard's Sentences, bks. i-ii and part of iii.
Language Latin
Date 14th century, end
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 91
Quarto image Cols. 765-766

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 419
Summary Catalogue no. 10246
Summary of contents Francis I of France, works.
Language French
Origin French
Date 16th century, middle
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine initials. (P&A i. 855, pl. LXII)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 91
Quarto image Col. 768

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 425
Summary Catalogue no. 10252
Summary of contents Cartulary of Hickling Priory, Norfolk.
Language Latin
Origin English, Norfolk
Date 13th century, middle, and 13th century, second half
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 92
Quarto image Col. 768

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 439
Summary Catalogue no. 10266
Summary of contents De proprietatibus partium hominis (imperfect at the begining and end). De herbarum virtutibus (imperfect at the begining and end).
Language Latin
Date 14th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 92
Quarto image Col. 770
Quarto image Col. 771

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 440
Summary Catalogue no. 10267
Summary of contents Monk of Evesham, History of the Life and Reign of Richard II (imperfect at beginning and end).
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 92
Quarto image Col. 771

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 450
Summary Catalogue no. 10277
Summary of contents Statutes of England. Register of writs.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 14th century, middle
Material parchment

Decoration
Good border, initials. (P&A iii. 644)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 3, p. 92
Quarto image Col. 774
Quarto image Col. 775

Shelfmark MS. Tanner 471
Summary Catalogue no. 30692
Summary of contents Justinian, Codex Repetitae Praelectionis, with commentary (two fragments).
Language Latin
Date 13th century, second half
Material parchment

Provenance

Removed from the binding of [pr.] Tanner 106 in 1882, and kept amongst 'Palaeographical Specimens' until 1895 (see SC 30479).
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 871
Quarto image Cols. 793-794


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