The James Catalogue of Western Manuscripts

Shelfmark O.4.41
Manuscript Title Miscellany
Alternative Title Miscellanea Graeca
James Number 1271
Century 17th
Physical Description Clearly written.
Provenance Part of the Gale collection, given to T.C.C. by Roger Gale in 1738. Marked G. 10. No. 296.
Donor Gale, Roger (1672-1744), Antiquary
Size (cm) 31 x 20
Folio 150-200 ff.
Material Paper
Language Greek
Notes Loose papers (1 half leaf, 1 bifolium, 1 single folio pinned together)between ff 66&67 are photographed at the end.
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1. "Origenis" Adamantii Dialogi tres contra marcionistas, with various readings from the MS. B.9.10 which is itself a transcript from the Paris MS. Gr. 1219.
At end:
Scripsit Petrus Goldmannus Scotus in bibliotheca Bodleiana anno redemptae salutis 1613.
In another hand, part of a leaf containing a transcript of the beginning of the Dialogues from the Paris MS. Gr. 1219.
Three leaves of conjectures on the text by Young(?).

2. Zachariae Scholastici Dialogus qui vocatur Ἀμμώνιος.
Ending imperfectly
καί ἐπεψηφὀζοντο λὠ̑γοις
Reliqua desiderantur.

3. In two other hands, the latter of which may be Gale's,
Eusebii Pamphili contra Marcellum Ancyranum libri duo.

4. Eiusdem de ecclesiastica theologia contra eundem libri tres.
Dated at the end: Prid. Non. Mart. 1615.


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