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Guide to Richard Fishacre, [Sentences-Commentary.] Manuscript, 14th century

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

Fishacre, Richard, [Sentences-Commentary.] Manuscript (Ms 156)

Dates:

14th century

Manuscript Number:

Codex Ms 156

Size:

1 volume, 24 x 17 cm.

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

A fragment of Fishacre's work. Includes red and blue initials and numerals throughout. The work was newly identified by James Long and Margaret Jewett. Text in Latin. Codex Ms 156.

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Scope Note

A fragment of Fishacre's work. Includes red and blue initials and numerals throughout. The work was newly identified by James Long and Margaret Jewett.

Previously cataloged under the title of 'Promptuarium homileticum' and identified as such by Seymour De Ricci.

This work has been rebound and binding fragments retained. See Special Collections circulation desk for additional information.

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Volume 1

Codex Ms 156

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