Durham Durham Cathedral MS B.III.5

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Current locationDurham Cathedral
Current ShelfmarkDurham Cathedral MS. B.III.5
Summary Title
Creation Date Start
Creation Date End
Creation Date Statementlater 12th century
Collation Formula
Pages / Folios
Page: Lines
Volume: Height28.7 cm
Width19 cm
Secundo folioquibus hec cure
IIIF manifest:
Digitised online:
Media FormatManuscript
Durham Cathedral MS. B.3.05

Creation Place


Evidence category: exlibris Content: Liber Sancti Cuthberti Notes: f.1r 12th/13th century

Evidence category: exlibris Content: P Augustinus de Baptismo Paruulorum De communi libraria Monachorum Dunelm. Notes: f.1r late 14th century

Evidence category: pressmark Content: P Notes: f.1r

Evidence category: pressmark Content: 1a.3i.K Notes: f.1r

Contained work:Augustine, Retraciones
Location:f.1 (ii,33); f.73 (ii,34); f.88-89 (ii,37); f.123-4 (ii,33)


Contained work:Augustine, De peccatorum meritis et remissione et de baptismo parvulorum


Contained work:Augustine, De unico baptismo


Contained work:Augustine, De spiritu et littera



Catalogued:Rud 1825

Notes:p.149 Online:http://reed.dur.ac.uk/xtf/view?docId=bookreader/RudDCLmss/rudmsMETSfile.xml#page/154/mode/2up

Catalogued:Mynors 1939 Reference citation:106 Notes:p.68 Online:http://reed.dur.ac.uk/xtf/view?docId=bookreader/MynorsDCM/METSmynors.xml#page/68/mode/2up

Rud 1825 :- Codicum manuscriptorum ecclesiae cathedralis Dunelmensis catalogus classicus, descriptus a Thoma Rud ... cum appendice eos codices continente qui post catalogum confectum diversis temporibus comparati sunt, ed. Thomas Rud (Durham, 1825)

Catalogi veteres 1838 :- Catalogi veteres librorum Ecclesiae Cathedralis Dunelm. Catalogues of the library of Durham Cathedral, at various periods, from the conquest to the dissolution, including catalogues of the library of the abbey of Hulne, and of the mss. preserved in the library of Bishop Cosin, at Durham (London: J. B. Nichols, 1838)

Mynors 1939 :- Mynors, R. A. B., Durham Cathedral manuscripts to the end of the twelfth century (Oxford: OUP, 1939)