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Name: Alanus de Insulis OCist. Regulae Theologicae

Repository: Saint Patrick's College

Settlement: Manly, Sydney

Associated Manuscript Items:
Regulae Theologicae

Library ref: MS.1

Acquisition:

Binding: modern binding of maroon calf over boards; spine gilt with lettering ALANUS.

Catchwords: Catchwords agree

Collation: (9)1 (10)2-10 (9)11. The first quire lacks its first sheet. Fols Ar.ÑBv., 107v.Ñ108v., r.ÑDv. are blank.

Composite:

Condition: Edges trimmed Water stains on 6v., 7r., 9v., 10r., 11r.Ñ15v., 40r., 49r.

Deco desc: Italian in style: red rubrics; blue caps; initials alternately blue, with red penwork and red, with blue penwork; three illuminated initials (25 x 25mm.) in gold, red, blue, and white tracery with marginal spray extensions and gold spangles on 40v., 47v., 99r.

Dimensions: 183 x 128 mm

Extent: iv + 108

Foliation: contemporary foliation by arabic numerals in the lower right-hand corners

Hand desc: Italian littera humanistica textualis

Keywords:

Layout: one col. of 18 lines

Library ref alt:

List bibl: Anon., A Handbook to St JohnÕs College within the University of Sydney, Sydney 1881, p.7; Fr B. Roper, ÔThe College LibraryÕ, Manly, Vol.1 (1916), p. K. V. Sinclair, ÔQuelques manuscrits cisterciens inconnus en AustralieÕ, Analecta Sacri Ordinis Cisterciensis, Vol.XX (1964), p. 235.

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Note:

Orig date: s. xv1

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Origin:

Provenance: it seems that the MS. was among the volumes in the 19c. which formed the nucleus of the Library; it is inaccurately described in 1881 and again in 1916 (see the Bibliography below) as Logical treatise of the fourteenth century. This is written on very fine parchment and is in an excellent state of preservation.Õ

Record hist source: Sinclair no. 22

Seal:

Signatures: quire signatures present

Support: vellum, fly leaves i-iv modern paper

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