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Dares Phrygius, De excidio Troiae historia etc. IE TCD MS 514: part 4, folios 93r-116v. Guilelmus Peraldus, De professione monachorum Public Deposited

Dares Phrygius, De excidio Troiae historia etc. IE TCD MS 514: part 4, folios 93r-116v. Guilelmus Peraldus, De professione monachorum

Alternative title
  • De professione monachorum
  • Guilelmus Peraldus, De professione monachorum
Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • IE TCD MS 514, folios 93r-116v
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
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Date Created
  • between approximately 1300-1330
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Abstract
  • IE TCD MS 514, Dares Phrygius, De excidio Troiae historia etc. Part 4. Folios 93r-116v: Guilelmus Peraldus, De professione monachorum, a manual on the behaviour of monks (other copies in TCD MS 332 and 341; B. Pez (ed.), 'Thesaurus Anecdotorum Nouissimus' 1.2, (Vienna and Graz, 1721), 567-650). Tractatus iste qui est de professione monachorum tres habet partes. In prima forma professionis monachorum declaratur – qui autem requirunt Dominum animauerunt omnia benedictus Deus. For further information see the Manuscripts & Archives Research Library’s catalogue entry for the manuscript here: https://manuscripts.catalogue.tcd.ie/CalmView/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Catalog&id=IE+TCD+MS+514&pos=1
Provenance
  • Recorded in library catalogue of St Augustine’s Abbey (TCD MS 360) as gift of John of London (fl 1290-1330), with ownership inscription on flyleaf (2v) ‘Liber Iohannis de London cum.A.C.’ followed by library inscription of St Augustine’s, ‘Historia Britonum siue Collectciones cum A.C. / Johannis de London’. de librario sancti Augustini Cant. / D 10’. Gra. 2o’ added by Clement of Canterbury (fl. 1463-1495). Unidentified 14th-century inscription ‘C C * * quaternis quia(?) tradidi Willelmo cha[...]’ (14v) and unidentified 16th-century inscription ‘La: Wotton’ (3). Manuscript features shelfmark of the book collection of The Most Reverend James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland (r. 1625-1656), ‘III 37.’ (3). The Ussher library was gifted by King Charles II to Trinity College Dublin in 1661.
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  • Digitisation work made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
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  • ink
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  • vellum (parchment)
  • parchment (animal material)
Culture
  • English
Digital Object Id
  • MS514_187
Source
  • 0152369

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