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Gonville and Caius 100/52

Vellum, ff. 249 + 3, double columns of 52 lines. Cent, xiii in several excellent hands. 2 fo. Et semper.

At the top of the corner of f I is:

liber Mag. Willelmi . . . Soluit prec. Xiii^ iiii<'.

The flyleaves are covered with pencil writing, and there are also two partial tables of contents, the second headed 58, and with an erasure at the top.

Contents :

I. I. Johannis presbiteri damasceni qui in ansur (Mansur) liber inc. in quo est tradicio certa ortodoxe fidei capitulis diuisa . C . A burgundione iudice ciue pisano de greco in latinum domino tercio eugenio beate memorie pape translatus . I . Quoniam incomprehensibilis est deus et quoniam non oportet querere et circumscrutari ea que non sunt tradita nobis a Sanctis prophetis et euangelistis. Hie inc. liber Job. Presb. Dam. . F. I Deum nemo uidit

— gaudium fructificantes. Amen.

Note de natura et gratia 30

1. On reckoning by means of the fingers …. 30^

Non est parui pendenda digitorum ratio.

3. Aug. de spiritu et anima (Z'. Z. xl. 779) . . . 31

Quoniam mihi dictum est.

4. Aug. de decem plagis 37

Quia sermo qui nobis.

5. Aug. de decem cordis (xxxviii. 75) .

6. Aug. de disciplina Christiana (xl. 669)

7. Aug. de penitencia (xxxix. 1535)

8. Aug. de paciencia (xl. 611)

9. Aug. de inmortalitate anime (xxxii. 101 1)

10. Aug. ad Nebridium (extract) …. Followed by extracts from de magistro, de quantitate anime,

de libero arbitrio, up to col. 118. On tfib are later notes.

11. Extracdones de ordine renim (xxxn. 977) . Col. 219 57

Ordinem rerum Zenobi consequi. 13. Soliloquia (xxxn. 869). Extracts . . . Col. 223 Extracts from Contra achademicos. De genesi contra Mani- cheos. De musica. De utilitate credendi. De genesi ad litteram. De moribus eccl. Catholice: to col. 243.

[..table]

13. Epistolae Aug. viz. col. 243 "*. Y'.-.

Ad Volnsianum, Marcellinum, Italicam, Marcellinum (2), ' -***.-

Macedonium, Dioscorum (?), Maximianum, Donattiin, Euodium, Probam, five anonymous (name omitted), Pub- licola, anon., Donatistas, ten anonymous: to col. 264.

f. 68^ has pencil notes.

14. Bernardus ad Eugenium de consideratione . Col. 165 f. 69

Subit animum dictare aliquid. F. 88 has faint pencil notes.

15. Extracts from Aug. de ciuitate dei (xLi) .

16. From Aug. super Genesim ad litteram

17. From Confessiones Aug

18. From Aug. de xii abusiuis 407, de spiritu et littera 412,

de uidendo deo 414, de sancta uirginitate 417, de igne puigatorio 411.

19. Aug. Enchiridion (XL. 231) 113

aa Aug. de uera innocentia (xLV. 1859) . . . . 135

f. 134^ has pencil notes. It. Aug. de Ixxxiii questionibus (XL. 11) . . . . 135

f^ 157^1 158 have pencil notes. 33. Dionysius de angelica lerarchia (cxxii. 1035) . . . 159 ludei signa querunt greci sapientiam. It is the Comment of Hugo de S. Victore. The Dionysian

text is underlined in red. Ends f. 303 d : interposita esset cum multa (unfinished ?). Followed by three leaves with pencil notes. II. In another hand.

33. A collection of moral and religious verses on various topics, which are alphabetically arranged. Each verse or set of verses is followed by notes from the Bible or elsewhere 306 Incipiunt uersus.

De pritnc aduen/u doniinu Deus noster. In hoc ergastu- lum. Cum plenitudo temporis etc. There are notes on the first verse, which is

Qub ueniat uideas, quo, quando, quomodo, quare. Ends f. 348^ with a verse on zelus.

\t)^ cingit fortis humilis castus moderatus.