Durham. Cathedral Library, MS. B.IV.12

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  • MS. B.IV.12
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Date
  • early 12th century
Title
  • Fulgentius; Prosper; Augustine, works
Agent
  • Preferred form
    • Fulgence de Ruspe (saint, 0467-0532)
    Role
    • Author
    Original form
    • Fulgentius, Saint, Bishop of Ruspa, 468-533
    Other form
    • FULGENTIUS RUSPENSIS ep. (s.)
    • FULGENTIUS RUSPENSIS (s.)
    • Fulgentius Ruspensis (saint ; 0467-0532)
    • Fulgence
    • Pseudo-Fulgentius
    • Fulgentius Ruspensis
    • S. Fulgentius Ruspensis
    • Fulgence de Ruspe (saint ; 0467-0532)
    • FULGENTIUS RUSPENSIS ep.
    • FULGENTIUS RUSPENSIS
    • Fulgentii
    • Fulgence de Ruspe, saint, 0467-0532
    • Author: Fulgentius, Claudius Gordianus
    • Fulgentius of Ruspe (psuedo-Augustine)
    • Fulgentius of Ruspe (pseudo-Augustine)
    • Fulgentius episcopus
    • Fulgence de Ruspe (462?-533?), évêque, saint
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  • Preferred form
    • Gennade (04..-0496?)
    Role
    • Author
    Original form
    • Gennadius, of Marseilles, active 5th century
    Other form
    • Gennadius
    • Gennadius Massiliensis
    • GENNADIUS MASSILIENSIS
    • Gennadius (04..-0496?)
    • Gennade (04..-0496?)
    • Gennadii
    • GENNADUS MASSILIENSIS.
    • Gennade
    • Gennadi de Marsella, s.V
    • Gennadio de Marsella
    • Gennadius, of Marseilles, 5th cent.
    • Gennadius Massiliensis gest. 492 bzw. 505 n. Chr.
    • Gennadius van Marseille
    • Author: Gennadius, Massiliensis
    • Gennadius of Marseilles, 5th century
    • Gennadius
    • Gennadius
    • Gennadius, d. 496
    • Gennadius of Massilia (d. c. 496), priest and historian
    • Gennade de Marseille (04..-0496?)
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  • Preferred form
    • Augustin (saint, 0354-0430)
    Role
    • Author
    Original form
    • Augustine, of Hippo, Saint, 354-430
    Other form
    • Augustinus (saint ; 0354-0430)
    • Augustinus
    • AUGUSTINUS (S.)
    • Saint Augustin
    • Augustin d'Hippone
    • Augustin (saint ; 0354-0430)
    • AUGUSTINUS HIPPONENSIS ep. (s.)
    • AUGUSTINUS (s.)
    • Augustinus Hipponensis
    • S. Augustinus
    • AUGUSTINUS
    • Augustin, S.
    • Augustin (sain ; 0354-0430)
    • AUGUSTINUS HIPPONENSIS
    • Augustin (saint, 0354-0430)
    • Augustinus (s.)
    • S. Augustinus Hipponensis
    • Augustinus Hiponnensis
    • Augustin
    • Sancti Augustini
    • Sanctus Augustinus
    • S. Augustinus (?)
    • S. AUGUSTINUS HIPPONENSIS
    • Augustini
    • Saint Augustin
    • Ange Vergèce
    • Bartolomeo Zanetti
    • Nicolas Mourmouris
    • Héphestion
    • Homère
    • Jean Dokeianos
    • Jean de Meung
    • AUGUSTINI
    • Sancti Augustini
    • S. Augustin
    • [Augustinus]
    • [AUGUSTINUS]
    • Aurelius Augustinus Hipponensis
    • Pierre de Fermat
    • AUGUSTIN, Saint
    • Augustin (Saint)
    • Augustin saint 0354-0430
    • Agustí, sant, bisbe d'Hipona, 354-430
    • Agustín, Santo, Obispo de Hipona
    • Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo
    • Augustinus, Aurelius, 354-430
    • Augustinus (heilige)
    • Author: Augustinus, Aurelius
    • Translator: Augustinus, Aurelius
    • Augustine
    • Augustine of Hippo
    • Augustine of Hippo, 354-430, Saint, Bishop of Hippo
    • Augustine (attrib.)
    • St Augustine, Bishop of Hippo (354-430)
    • St Augustine, Bishop of Hippo (354-430), author
    • Pseudo Augustine
    • Pseudo Augustine (Quodvultdeus)
    • Pseudo Augustine (Patrick of Dublin)
    • Pseudo Augustine (Jeronimus)
    • St Augustine
    • Augustinus, Aurelius, Hipponensis, 354-430
    • Augustinus, Aurelius, Hipponensis, 354-430 (role)aut
    • Augustin (saint)
    • Augustinus, Aurelius
    • S. Augustin
    • Aurelius Augustinus (354-430)
    • Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo, author,
    • Augustine of Hippo, Saint (354-430)
    • Augustine, of Hippo, Saint (354-430)
    • Augustin d’Hippone (0354-0430) > Docteur de l'Eglise
    • Augustin d’Hippone (0354-0430)
    • Augustin d’Hippone (0354-0430) > Evêque
    • Augustinus, Aurelius (354-430)
    • Agustín, Santo, Obispo de Hipona, 354-430
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  • Preferred form
    • Pseudo-Augustinus Hipponensis
    Role
    • Author
    Original form
    • Pseudo-Augustine
    Other form
    • Pseudo-Augustinus
    • Augustinus Hipponensis (ps.)
    • Pseudo-AUGUSTINUS
    • Pseudo-Augustin
    • Pseudo-Augustin, Sermones de tempore, in natali Domini , sermo 128].
    • Ps. Augustinus
    • Augustinus, Aurelius (Pseudo-)
    • Augustinus (Pseudo-)
    • Pseudo Agustí
    • Pseudo Agustín, Santo
    • Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo, pseudo
    • Pseudo-Augustine of Hippo, Unspecified
    • Augustin (saint ; 0354-0430). Auteur prétendu
    • Pseudo-Augustine
    • Pseudo-Augustine (perhaps Quoduultdeus)
    • Pseudo-Augustine (perhaps Gilbert the Minorite)
    • (Ps.-)Augustinus
    • Pseudo-Augustinus.
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  • Preferred form
    • Prosper d'Aquitaine (saint, 0390?-0455?)
    Role
    • Author
    Original form
    • Prosper, of Aquitaine, Saint, approximately 390-approximately 463
    Other form
    • Prosper Aquitanius Tiro (saint ; 0390?-0455?)
    • Prosper
    • PROSPER AQUITANUS (s.)
    • S. Prosper Aquitanus
    • Prosper Aquitanus
    • PROSPERI AQUITANI
    • Prosper d'Aquitaine (saint ; 0390?-0455?)
    • Prosperi
    • PROSPER [AQUITANUS] ep. (s.)
    • Prosperus
    • Prosper Aquitanius Tiro
    • Prosper d'Aquitaine saint 0390?-0455?
    • Pròsper, d'Aquitània, sant, ca. 390-ca. 460
    • Prosper, of Aquitaine, Saint, ca. 390-ca. 463
    • Prosper de Aquitania 390-455
    • Próspero de Aquitania, Santo
    • Prosper van Aquitanië (heilige)
    • Author: Prosper, de Aquitania
    • Prosper of Aquitaine, c 390-c 463, Saint
    • Prosper of Aquitaine
    • Prosper
    • Prosper (390-455)
    • Próspero de Aquitania, Santo, ca. 390-ca. 455
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  • Preferred form
    • Ambroise (saint, 0340?-0397)
    Role
    • Author
    Original form
    • Ambrose, Saint, Bishop of Milan, -397
    Other form
    • Ambroise (saint, 0340?-0397)
    • Ambrosius (s.)
    • AMBROSIUS, Mediolanensis archiepiscopus
    • Ambrosius Mediolanensis (saint ; 0340?-0397)
    • Ambrosii
    • AMBROSIUS MEDIOLANENSIS ep. (s.)
    • Ambrosius Mediolanensis
    • S. Ambrosius
    • AMBROSIUS (s.)
    • Ambroise (saint ; 0340?-0397)
    • Ambrosius (saint ; 0340?-0397)
    • S. Ambrosius Mediolanensis
    • Ambroise
    • S. AMBROSIUS
    • S. Ambrosius Medionalensis
    • Ambrosius Medialonensis
    • Ambrosius
    • AMBROSIUS MEDIOLANENSIS
    • Sancti Ambrosii
    • Sancti Ambrosii
    • Ambrosii [Mediolanensis]
    • Ambroise (Saint)
    • Ambroise, saint, 0340?-0397
    • Ambroise de Milan,‏ ‎saint‏, ‎0340?-0397
    • Ambrosius von Mailand‏, ‎339/340-397‏
    • Ambroise, saint, évêque de Milan, m. 397
    • Ambrosius Mediolanensis, 0340?-0397
    • Ambrosius Mediolanensis,‏ ‎d. 397
    • Ambrosius,‏ ‎Episcopus Mediolanensis‏, ‎339/340-397
    • Ambrosius Mediolanensis‏
    • Ambrosius van Milaan
    • Ambroise, saint, évêque de Milan, m. 397
    • Ambrosio de Milán,‏ ‎Santo
    • Aurelius Ambrosius,‏ ‎Santo, Obispo de Milán
    • Ambròs, sant, bisbe de Milà, 339-397
    • Ambrose, Saint, Bishop of Milan, d. 397
    • Ambrosio, Santo, Obispo de Milán
    • Ambrosius (heilige)
    • Ambrosius Mediolanensis 339/340-397
    • Author: Ambrosius, Mediolanensis
    • Ambrose of Milan, c 339-397, Saint, Archbishop of Milan
    • Ambrose
    • Ambrosius Mediolanensis, 339?-397
    • Ambroise (saint)
    • Ambrosius
    • S. Ambroise
    • Saint Ambroise
    • Ambrosius (339-397)
    • Ambroise de Milan (v. 340-v. 397)
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Description
  • Manuscript composed of three separate parts: (A) f.1-38; (B) f.39-120; (C) f.121-187 (with its own signatures). (A) and (B) were evidently joined by mid 12th century when item (f) was added to the end of the former and the start of the latter; certain leaves within (A) and (B) (but none in C) have suffered localised liquid damage. All three parts had been brought together by the later 12th century when a list of contents itemising all parts was added to f.187r.
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