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Philadelphia, Free Library of Philadelphia, Rare Book Department,  Lewis E 005
Description: ff. 1-18 - Thin pasteboard consisting of three layers of paper, including patterned, red outer wrapping. - Convent of St. Denis at Rheims, France, no. 10; Sir Thomas Phillipps, stamp of his Middle Hill Library ; his sale London, Sotheby's, April 24, 1911; John Frederick Lewis, Philadelphia - De Ricci, p. 2050, no. 137; Wolf, Descriptive Catalogue, p. 8, no. 5.
Notes:-Inscribed on inside of front cover: "M.S. venant du couvent de St. Denis de Rheims du(?) 11ème siècle." Inscribed on back cover: "Sotheby's April 24, 1911, £85."
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 2
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/LewisE005_4
Language: Latin Country: France Century: 12th

Part 1: ff. 1-18
Description: - Parchment - 213 x 127 mm - 1 column of 33-38 lines, hard point ruling; layout of text follows available space; prickings are visible.
Country: FranceCardinal point:
Region: City: Reims
Assigned Date: s. XII2Searchable Date Range: 1150 - 1199
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes: 2 scribes, alternating thoughout manuscript
Script: Transitional script
Other Decoration: 2-line red initials throughout. Red-marked litterae notabiliores throughout.
Notes: Latin
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: ff. 1r-18v
Author: Anselm of Canterbury
Title: De casu diaboli (On the Fall of the Devil)
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Quod etiam ad angelos dicatur quod habet...
Explicit: ... sive idem est loqui et uti potestate loquendi.
Notes: Explicit indicates that this manuscript was once part of a larger manuscript. Anselm of Canterbury's Cur dues homo is his most influential work. 
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