Attributed in the MS. Catalogue to Lambard: but I do not find the name Νομοιστωρ.
To prove yt ye Common Law of England was much ye same with ye Laws of ye Saxon or Northern Nations.
By making a parallel betwixt these Laws and those collected by Lindenbrogius.
Other notes on the fly-leaf, e.g.
A statute book beginning from K. Stephen, amongst ye MSS. wch were Welds, now in Littleb.
Near the beginning is a facsimile of several pages in the Textus Roffensis.
The rest of the volume contains a collection of Saxon and later laws down to the time of Henry III.
The James Catalogue of Western Manuscripts
|Manuscript Title||Greek Manuscript|
|Alternative Title||Lambard's νομοΐστωρ|
|Physical Description||In several hands.|
|Provenance||Part of the Gale collection, given to T.C.C. by Roger Gale in 1738.Marked A. 41.|
|Donor||Gale, Roger (1672-1744), Antiquary|
|Folio||cir. 300 ff.|