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Gregory I, Pope



  • Existence: c.540 - 604 - 604

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

13th-century manuscript containing extracts from the writings of Gilbert of Hoyland, St Bernard, St Gregory, St Augustine, and other theological works.

Identifier: Adv.MS.18.8.3
Scope and Contents Manuscript produced in England containing the theological works of various authors. The manuscript has been dated to the 12th century by Mikkers; to the end of the 12th century by Schenkl; to the 12th-13th century Leclercq (quoted in Mikkers); and by Dutton and Borland to the 13th century.The manuscript is written by various contemporary hands in a protogothic bookhand. It is written in a single column with 26-30 lines to a page.The contents of the volume are as...
Dates: 1st half of 13th century.

15th-century manuscript of the 'Moralia in Job' of Pope Gregory I.

Identifier: Adv.MS.18.2.6
Scope and Contents Manuscript written in Scotland containing Books XXIII-XXXV of Pope Gregory I's 'Commentary on Job', also known as the 'Moralia, sive Expositio in Job', or the 'Magna Moralia'.The manuscript was written in the 15th century, before 1483, at which date it was donated to Dunkeld Cathedral. Watermark evidence also suggests a date of the latter half of the 15th century.The work is written in double columns on folios 1r-15v and in a single block of text from folios 16r-187r,...
Dates: 15th century, before 1483.