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1. San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 00056
Description: - ff. 155 - Bound, s. XIX, in faded green morocco over wooden boards with 2 fore edge clasps closing from bottom to top. - On f. iv verso, erased inscription, s. XV: iste liber est conventus lucce __?___; below that, s. XVI: Emi ego frater M__?___ aliis libris venderent. On ff. 1 and 70, the stamp "Di casa Minutoli-Tegrimi." Reproductions of the stamp as it occurs in J.A. 3216 on pl. XXII and p. 53 of Alexander and de la Mare, Italian Manuscripts…of Major J. R. Abbey ; a list of other Minutoli-Tegrimi manuscripts in England on p. 55, n. 2. The collection of Conte Eugenio Minutoli-Tegrimi of Lucca was sold in 1871; this manuscript in the catalogue, p. 31, n. 164. On the front pastedown, ff. 1 and 155v, the stamped armorial ex libris of the Swiss-born artist Friedrich De Schennis (1852-1918); it may have been De Schennis who added copious notes in German on f. i recto and verso regarding historical aspects of Paul's life and his theology; sold to the Leipzig bookdealer, Karl Wilhelm Hiersemann; alien sequestrated property sale by Anderson, New York, 17 February 1919, n. 35 to G. D. Smith. - C. W. Dutschke with the assistance of R. H. Rouse et al., Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library (San Marino, 1989). De Ricci, 47.
Language: LATIN   Country: Italy   Century: 11th, 12th
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2. San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 00062
Description: - Vol. I, ff. 241; Vol. II, ff. 262 - Bound, s. XIX#^in#, by Charles Lewis in blue morocco, stamped with the crest of Theodore Williams ; gilt edges. De Ricci suggests a previous binding of white leather over wooden boards, apparently on the basis of the note, s. XVI/XVII, in vol. I, f. 1, which more probably pertains to the "Reductorium Bibliae." - In both volumes, f. 1, thirteenth century ex libris of the Rochester cathedral priory attributing early ownership to Gundulf, bishop of Rochester, 1077-1108. Marginal note in lead, vol. II, f. 134, "Dominus Gilbertus episcopus scit bene cantare, deus eum litera dicat" may refer to Gilbert Glanville, bishop of Rochester, 1185-1214; other notes in the same hand, f. 192v. Listed, ca. 1130, in the Rochester library catalogue which forms the second part of the Textus Roffensis, reproduced by P. Sawyer, Textus Roffensis Part II. Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile 11 (Copenhagen 1962) f. 225v; printed by R. P. Coates in Archaeologia Cantiana 6 (1864-65) p. 124. Also listed in the Rochester catalogue of 1202, London, Brit. Lib., Roy. 5.B.XII, f. 2, printed by W. B. Rye in Archaeologia Cantiana 3 (1861) n. 48. Ker, MLGB, p. 164 . First reappears in the library of John, Lord Lumley (1534?-1609); see S. Jayne and F. R. Johnson, eds., The Lumley Library: The Catalogue of 1609 (London 1956) p. 48, n. 111. At some time thereafter the book moved to the continent where it appears in the collection of the Amsterdam theologian Herman van de Wall (1672-1733), who owned another manuscript bible presumably of English origin, containing the letter of Senatus, prior of Worcester, to Master Alured; van de Wall's sale, Catalogus variorum et insignium librorum…quos…collegit et reliquit…Hermannus van de Wall…Minister Amstelodamensis; quorum publica auctio habebitur…ad diem 7 Septembris et sqq. Anno 1734…Amstelodami apud Salomonem Schouten, reported by F. L. Hoffmann in Serapeum 19 (1858) 225-28. Hereafter the bible passes through a number of private libraries and sales in the Low Countries: mentioned as "sold not many years ago by a bookseller at Louvain for 2000 florins" in John Thorpe, Customale Roffense (London 1788) p. 158. Sale of Jean-Baptiste Leplat (bookseller at Malines) in Malines, 2 May 1763, n. 3. Gasparoli sale, Antwerp, 3 September 1823, n. 2 to J. Schuylen. Belonged to the Rev. Theodore Williams who had the book rebound; his sale, by Steward, Wheatley and Adlard, London, 5 April 1827, n. 355 to Sir Thomas Phillipps. Phillipps n. 3504. - C. W. Dutschke with the assistance of R. H. Rouse et al., Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library (San Marino, 1989); H. H. Glunz, History of the Vulgate in England (Cambridge 1933) 181-82. De Ricci, 48.
Language: LATIN   Country: England   Century: 11th
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3. San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 01081
Description: - Vol. 1, ff. 196; Vol. 2, ff. 210 - Bound, s. XIX exeunte, in English brown morocco. - Written in the eleventh century, for the main body of the text; vol. I, ff. 1-24v added at a later date; place of origin uncertain. Belonged to the monastery of the Pantocrator on Mt. Athos until modern times and may have been alienated during the disturbances of the 1820s. Quaritch Gen. Cat. (1868) n. 1; Gen. Cat. (1875-77) pp. 1139-1140, n. [15597]; Gen. Cat. (1880) n. 6 and Cat. 332 (November 1880) n. 6. Henry White sale, Sotheby's, 21 April 1902, n. 838 to B. F. Stevens for William K. Bixby (1857-1931) of St. Louis, Missouri; acquired by Henry E. Huntington through G. D. Smith in August 1918. - C. W. Dutschke with the assistance of R. H. Rouse et al., Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library (San Marino, 1989). De Ricci, 89-90. K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue of Greek New Testament Manuscripts in America (Chicago 1937) 119-21, with plate of vol. 2, f. 34, and full bibliography. K. Aland, Kurzgefasste Liste der griechischen Handschriften des Neuen Testaments (Berlin 1963) n. 703.
Language: Greek   Country: Undetermined   Century: 11th
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