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Results for:  Location: Indiana University, The Lilly Library
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1. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Medieval and Renaissance 2
Description: - One fragment - Not bound. - Found and first published by Anton Birlinger (1834-1891, of Bonn) who describes it as having been in the possession of Karl Strauven (d. 1886), notary in Düsseldorf; by 1870 acquired by Karl Anton, Fürst von Hohenzollern- Sigmaringen (1811-1885, prime minister of Prussia 1858-62) for the court library at Sigmaringen; bought from there by the bookseller Herbert Reichner (1899-1971), of Stockbridge, Mass., who sold it to the Lilly Library in 1960. - Birlinger 1870, passim; Zupitza 1880, his siglum S; Ker 1957, pp. 455-56, no. 384; Collins 1961; Faye and Bond 1962, p. 186; Collins 1964, passim; Collins 1976, pp. 43-44, no. 4; Ker 1976, p. 125; Gneuss 1981, p. 29, no. 441; Gatch 1985, p. 109; Stoneman 1997, pp. 103-04 and 119; Gneuss 2001, p. 78; Stokes 2005, I, pp. 7 (n. 24) and 152-53, and II, p. 156, as G. 4411.
Language: Anglo.Saxon, LATIN   Country: England   Century: 11th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
2. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 40
Description: - One fragment;;2 contiguous vertical strips sewn togther. - Not bound. - Guglielmo Libri (1802-1869); his sale, Sotheby's, 28 March 1859, part of lot 1111 ("Fragmenta Vetusta ...some of the smallest fragments being also in the Anglo-Saxon language", with Poole MS 41); Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), not obviously from his MS 22229 (the reference given by Ker); from the collection of specimen leaves formed by Messrs. W.H. Robinson, who bought the residue of the Phillipps library in 1945-46, sold by them to George A. Poole in 1947, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958. - Collins, 1960; Faye and Bond 1962, p. 181; Collins and Clemoes 1974; Collins 1976, pp. 40-42, no. 3b; Ker 1976, pp. 123-4; Gneuss 1981, p. 13, no. 146; Fausbøll 1986, pp. 9-10; Hill 1996, pp. 243 and 244-7; Clemoes 1997, pp. 54-5; Stoneman 1997, pp. 103, 106 and 118; Gneuss 2001, p. 42; Stokes 2005, I, pp. 7 (n. 23) and 152 and II, pp. 47-8, as no. g. 146.
Language: Anglo.Saxon   Country: England   Century: 11th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
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