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Lives of Saints, etc. IE TCD MS 174: folios 58r-59v. Radboud, Bishop of Utrecht, Sermo in Natale S. Seruatii Tungrensis Public Deposited

Lives of Saints, etc. IE TCD MS 174: folios 58r-59v. Radboud, Bishop of Utrecht, Sermo in Natale S. Seruatii Tungrensis

Alternative title
  • Sermo in Natale S. Seruatii Tungrensis
  • Radboud, Bishop of Utrecht, Sermo in Natale S. Seruatii Tungrensis
Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • IE TCD MS 174, folios 58r-59v
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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 1078-1125
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Abstract
  • IE TCD MS 174, Lives of Saints, etc. Folios 58r-59v: Radboud, Bishop of Utrecht, Sermo in Natale S. Seruatii Tungrensis (Sermon on the Anniversary of St Servatius) (ed. ‘S. Servatii, Tungrensis episcopi, Vitæ antiquiores tres’, in 'Analecta Bollandiana' 1 (1882) 104-111; BHL, no. 7614): iii idus Mai, natale sancti Seruatii Tungrensis episcopi. Vir pretiosus et deo dignus Seruatius Tungrensis ecclesie pontifex merito precipuis cunctorum laudibus fidelium honoratur - uirtutem deseruisse probetur. Ending imperfect. 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+174&pos=1
Provenance
  • MS begun at Old Sarum Cathedral following the first establishment of canons by St Osmond, bishop of Salisbury (r. 1078-1099) with ownership demonstrated by Old English inscription on flyleaf (i), ‘of searbyrig ic eom’ (I am of Salisbury), in English Vernacular minuscule hand. The MS is listed as item no. 160, ‘Vita et miracula S. Andreae’, on Patrick Young’s 1622 catalogue of Salisbury Cathedral manuscripts. The volume remained at Salisbury until it was borrowed in 1640 as the fifth of six manuscripts by The Most Reverend James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland (r. 1625-1656), as evident from a memorandum now at Salisbury: ‘Bookes borrowed out of the Library of that Church of Sarum for the use of the Lord Primate of Ireland: and delivered by Dr. Baylie dean of the Church unto his Grace...The fifth beginning thus. Incipiunt capitulae de libro Miraculorum sancti Andreae. And ending - Qui nos ad principium huius diei peruenire fecisti, tua nos’. The memorandum is followed by an acknowledgement of the receipt of the six books, signed by Ussher and dated 30 September 1640 (N.R. Ker, ‘Books, Collectors and Libraries: Studies in the Medieval Heritage’ (London, 1985), 181). In quoting the end of the text as it now appears (123v), the memorandum shows that the injury to the leaf had existed in the time of Ussher. The volume was then reportedly stolen from Ussher’s house in Chelsea in 1643, but later recovered and returned to Ussher (Ker o.c., 182-183). MS features the shelfmark of Ussher’s book collection, ‘HHH.53’ on flyleaf (ii). The Ussher library was gifted by King Charles II to Trinity College Dublin in 1661.
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  • Digitisation work was 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
  • MS174_125
Source
  • 0152381

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