Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library
Bibliography for Harvard University, Houghton Library,
MS Lat 394
This bibliography was compiled by Nadia Marx and William Stoneman.
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J. & J. Leighton. Catalogue of Manuscripts, Mostly Illuminated, Many in Fine Bindings. London, 1912. MS offered for £70 in this bookseller’s catalogue as no. 259 with plate reproducing f. 11 (reduced). HOLLIS (volume 19)
Sotheby’s, London. 2 March 1937, lot no. 1172. MS sold as the property of Lt.-Col. William E. Moss, Manor House, Sonning for £25 to Dulau.
N. R. Ker. Medieval Libraries of Great Britain: A List of Surviving Books. 2nd ed. London, Royal Historical Society, 1964. MS cited p. 198. HOLLIS MS cited under “Whitby, Yorkshire” and described there as untraced.
Andrew G. Watson. Supplement to the Second Edition of Ker’s Medieval Libraries of Great Britain: A List of Surviving Books. London Royal Historical Society, 1987. MS cited p. 68. HOLLIS MS cited under “Whitby, Yorkshire” and described erroneously as split up and noting that one bifolium from this manuscript is in the collection of Toshiyuki Takamiya, Tokyo (his MS 80) and four leaves, previously in the collection of S. J. Keynes, London, and now in the collection of Simon D. Keynes, Trinity College, Cambridge.
Toshiyuki Takamiya. “A Handlist of Western Medieval Manuscripts in the Takamiya Collection,” pp. 421-440 in James H. Marrow, Richard A. Linenthal and William Noel, eds. The Medieval Book: Glosses from Friends& Colleagues of Christopher de Hamel. ‘t Goy-Houten: Hes & De Graaf, 2010. Takamiya bifolium cited pp. 435-436 as MS 80. HOLLIS Brief description of the Takamiya bifolium with no reference to the Houghton MS.