Durham Durham Cathedral MS C.IV.17
Current locationDurham Cathedral
Current ShelfmarkDurham Cathedral MS C.IV.17
Summary TitleAristotle, Logica nova
Creation Date Start1200
Creation Date End1230
Creation Date Statementearly 13th century
Collation Formulaflyleaves (1-2) ?a bifolium; I-XX12
Pages / Foliosi+239+i f
Volume: Height29.5 cm
BindingStandard Tuckett binding, mid 19th century full brown calf over thick wooden boards (Charles Tuckett, binder to the British Museum, rebound many Durham manuscripts in the 19th century). Rust-stained holes on f.1 from the metal fixtures on an earlier binding: two at the fore-edge from clasps; two at the top centre and one at the bottom. On final unnumbered leaf there are two copper-stained holes from clasp pin fixtures, plus rust-stained holes from other metalwork.
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Durham Cathedral MS C.4.17
Script:The main text is written in Textualis libraria, probably by a single hand. Script notes:Much of the glossing, marginal and interlinear, is by a single hand, broadly contemporary with the main text, using a compact, angular cursive, highly abbreviated. The consistent difference in script type makes it difficult to establish whether this is also the main-text scribe using his ‘glossing hand’ but such is certainly possible.
Associated person:Uthred, of Boldon, -1397Role:(owner)
Evidence category: inscription Content: Liber Sancti Cuthberti de Dunolmo ex procuracione fratris Uthredi Monachi eiusdem Notes: 14th century
Evidence category: pressmark Content: 2a 10i C.
Evidence category: inscription Content: In die Sancti Barnabe apostoli in ccco nono et tradatur Magistro Roberto de Wintertona
supplementum caucionis Roberti de Pikering
Notes: Caucio inscriptions recording that the book was used as security against a loan in Oxford