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A Fourteenth-Century Homiliary for Nuns: Structure, Composition and Context of MS. CROMWELL 22

  • Barbara Crostini Lappin
From the journal Byzantinische Zeitschrift

MS. Cromwell 22 was among the Greek books thought to have been donated by Oliver Cromwell, Lord-Proctor and Chancellor of the University of Oxford, to the Bodleian Library in 1654. It received its first full description in the catalogue of Greek manuscripts compiled by Coxe. A modern approach to the description of the codex can be found in the entry that Cromwell 22 obtained in the catalogue of illuminated manuscripts by Irmgard Hutter, principally thanks to a headpiece arabesqued in penwork at p. 22.

Published Online: 2008-01-10
Published in Print: 2002-October

© 2002 by K. G. Saur Verlag GmbH, München und Leipzig

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