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Manuscript Description
England, London, British Library MS Royal 8 A.XXI
MS Appellation:Theological Collections
Title:Regiment of Princes on f1v
Contents:A collection of theological tracts which, according to the British Library Catalogue, may be connected with St Peter's Abbey at Gloucester. One flyleaf entry of 2 stanzas from Hoccleve's Regiment.
Date Range:1450-1550
Scribal Hands:
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No of Folios:1 marbled matches + 2 paper fly + parchment original of 3 flyleaves numbered 1-3 and text block foliated 4-226, 2 more original parchment flyleaves with scribbles + 2 paper fly + marbled
Pagination:New pencil foliation upper outer corners recto, including front parchment flyleaves as 1-3, back flyleaves as 227 and 228.
Page Size:198 x 135
Frame:None for this text
Writing Space:Varies with texts; 14 lines take up space of 100 x 80
Other Names (not owners):Thomas Evans, post medieval, possibly 17-18th cc, f227 (flyleaf at back), another name erased and illegible on f2r, same ink as Latin verse copied on lower ' of this leaf. Same hand as Regiment writes Latin prose note/extract top f2, 6 lines, beginning: 'Qui vult ordinate dare''
Further Information:Royal Catalogue; this copy of Regiment extract identified by ???
Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York, King's Manor, York YO1 7EP