Cathar manuscript. IE TCD MS 269 Poiblí Deposited

Cathar manuscript. IE TCD MS 269

Cód seilf/Uimhir thagartha
  • IE TCD MS 269
Ráiteas cearta
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Dáta a cruthaíodh
  • circa 1300-1499
  • IE TCD MS 269 is a Cathar manuscript, [1300-1499]. Catharism was a Christian movement of medieval southern Europe which challeneged the monotheism of the Catholic church. Contains texts as follows: fols 1-23r L'eglise de Dieu. Tractatus contra peccata varia, or marks of the church ; fols 24r-75r La glose du pater - commentary on the Lord's prayer; fols 66v, 67r, 75v scribbles and sketches; fols 76r-77r Sancta Oleisa servis a dio; fols 77v-78r Easter table for 1376-1400, entirely in red ink: Sequitur numerus pascalis. M'o ccclxxvi die xiiii Aprilis - M'o cccc d(ie) xxvii Marc.1 vol.; ii + 78 fols.; vellum; 105 x 137 mm. Binding: Tan-coloured sheepskin. Language: Provençal; Latin.Decoration: There is rubrication throughout the text. The first letter, letter A, on fol 1r, is in red ink and stands the full height of the written page. Has fine illumination, P of Pater Noster, on fol 25r. Collation analysis: Collation eights except i2, ii8, iii8, iv6+1, v6+1. Please see the Manuscripts & Archives Research Library’s catalogue entry for the MS here:
Teideal bailiúcháin
  • Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin Manuscripts
  • James Ussher, by 1635, had purchased TCD 269, along with manuscripts in Vaudois, from an unknown French jurisconsult. There are inscriptions of former owners on fols i verso and ii recto. This codex was once thought to be Waldensian.
Cineál acmhainne
  • ink
  • vellum (parchment)
  • sheepskin
Aitheantóir Oibiachta Digití
  • MS269_001
  • 0094275


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