Chronicon de regibus angliae.
- Chronicon de regibus angliae.
- Peter, of Ickham, approximately 1290.
- Published / Created
- [between 1305 and 1330]
- Publication Place
- Manuscript, on parchment, in a single hand, of a version of Peter of Ickham's chronicle of English history. The narrative in this copy ends with 1301; this is followed by several brief entries in the same hand for events dated between 1287 and 1305.
Binding: seventeenth-century full calf, with the arms of the Brudenell family in gilt on the covers.
Ex libris Brudenell family. From the collection of Toshiyuki Takamiya, 2013-.
Layout: single columns of 34 lines.
Ownership inscription on front paper flyleaf: "Brudenell de Deen d[omi]nusque de Stonton."
Scribal explicit: "hic pennam fixi penitet me si male dixi."
Script: rounded gothic script.
Some marginal annotations, particularly in lower margins. Some of these have been trimmed; three leaves containing lower margin annotations have been left untrimmed and folded back, apparently in an effort to preserve the annotations (13r; 22r; 59r).
Two leaves bound in at the end of the volume contain passages from the Doctrinale of Alexander de Villa Dei. Ownership inscription on 1r in a later, (early seventeenth-century?) hand: "Mistresse Leucey Brudenell."
- ff. iii + 70 + 2 + iii : parchment ; 210 x 170 mm.
- Extent of Digitization
- Completely digitized
- Call Number
- Takamiya MS 5
Subjects, Formats, And Genres
Armorial bindings (Binding)
Manuscripts, Medieval--England--14th century.
- Resource Type
- Archives or Manuscripts
- Subject (Geographic)
- Great Britain--Kings and rulers.
- Subject (Name)
Alexander, de Villa Dei. Doctrinale puerorum.
Peter,--of Ickham,--approximately 1290.
- Subject (Topic)
Great Britain--History--Medieval period, 1066-1485--Sources.
Latin prose literature, Medieval and modern.
Manuscripts, Medieval--Connecticut--New Haven.
Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library.
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- A handlist of western Medieval manuscripts in the Takamiya collection / Toshiyuki Takamiya, in The Medieval book: glosses from friends & colleagues of Christopher de Hamel, ed. by Richard Linenthal, James Marrow and William Noel. 't Goy-Houten: Hes & De Graff, 2010, pp. 421-437. and Peter of Ickham, Chronicon de Regibus Angliae. Takamiya MS 5.
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