|UCLA, Charles E. Young Research Library|
In fact there are four other previously unrecognised ex-Ege leaves in this catalogue, plus at least one more at UCLA. In Gwara Handlist order, they are:
- Cistercian Missal; Austria(?); c.1175
- UCLA Rouse/XII/GER/2
- Gwara HL2
- Modern pencil foliation "144"; medieval red ink foliation ".LI."
- Part of the Common of Saints(?), with parts of four Old and two New Testament readings: "||di & non est transgressus ... [Ecclesiasticus 31:10-11] ... [Proverbs 3:13-20] ... [Ecclesiasticus 39:6-13] ... [Wisdom 4:7-15] ... [John 12:24-26] ... Qui enim voluerit [Luke 9:23-24] ||"
- No published catalogue
|UCLA Rouse/XII/GER/2, recto|
|UCLA Rouse/XII/GER/2, verso|
- Peter Riga, Aurora; England?, 13th cent., 1st half
- UCLA 2/XIII/FRA/5
- Gwara HL7
- Liber Machabeorum, verses 253-350
- Modern pencil foliation "87"
- Ferrari and Rouse catalogue, p.119; "Written probably in central France"
- Psalter; France; mid 13th cent.
- UCLA 2/XIV/FRA/1
- Gwara HL10
- Psalms 85:4-86:6: "|| quoniam ad te domine ... qui fuerunt in ea ||"
- Ferrari and Rouse catalogue, p.127; described as 14th-cent.
|UCLA 2/XIV/FRA/1, recto|
|UCLA 2/XIV/FRA/1, verso|
- Thomas Aquinas, Commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, Book I; Italy; 15th cent., 2nd half
|UCLA 2/XV/ITA/6, verso|
|UCLA 2?XV/ITA/6, verso (detail)|
- Missal; Italy, Perugia; 1353
- UCLA 2/XIV/ITA/15
- Gwara HL122
- Temporale, 15-18 August, with a seven-line illuminated initial for the Octave of St Laurence: "Probasti domine cor meum ..."
- Ferrari and Rouse catalogue, pp.135-6
|UCLA 2/XIV/ITA/15, verso|
|UCLA 2/XIV/ITA/15, verso (detail)|
- the Roman numeral is a designation of the century
- the three letters following (FRA / ITA / GER / ANG) are a designation of country of origin
- the preceding "1" or "2" is a designation of size
- the final Arabic numeral is a running-number
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