Cambridge. Corpus Christi College, Parker Library MS 150

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MS 150
  • 1200 - 1299
  • Latin
  • Middle English
  • Middle French
    • William Pore OCist, Nouale || Carmen versibus resonantibus scriptum ad Henricum abbatem de Swineshead
    • Peter the Chanter, Verbum abbreuiatum || Petri Cantoris Parisiensis verbum abbreviatum
    • Biblical extracts || De vita et doctrina sacerdotis
    • John of Garland, De mysteriis ecclesiae || Carmen ad Fulconem episcopum Londoniensem de ritibus ecclesiasticis
    • Robert Grosseteste, Templum Domini || Exhortatio ad sacerdotes [sive tractatus Roberti Grosteste episcopi Lincoln, de sacramentis ecclesiae et articulis fidei.]
    • Medical receipts || Remedia ad guttam fistulam, etc.
    • Innocent III (Lotharius de Segnis), De missarum mysteriis || Innocentius papa III. de officio missae
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  • MS 150 is a thirteenth-century manuscript written in several hands, possibly from the abbey at Swineshead, Lincolnshire. It contains a number of tracts including Nouale by William Pore OCist (fl. mid-thirteenth century), Verbum abbreuiatum by Peter the Chanter (d. 1197), De mysteriis ecclesiae by John of Garland (c. 1195-1258 or after), Templum Domini by Robert Grosseteste (c.1170-1253) and De missarum mysteriis by Pope Innocent III (1160/1-1216) as well as a series of biblical extracts and medical recipes.
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