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Horsley, Thomas (Prior of the Prebendary of Southwell)



  • Existence: fl 1537 - fl 1559

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Manuscript of the late 11th and early 12th century containing: the 'Paradisus' of Heraclides; the 'Historia persecutionis Africanae provinciae sub Geiserico et Hunrico regibus Wandalorum' of Victor Vitensis; 'De corpore et sanguine Domini' of Paschasius Radbertus (attributed to Rabanus Maurus); 'De corpore Domini contra Berengarium' of Guitmund; and two sermons of St Augustine of Hippo.

Identifier: Adv.MS.18.4.3
Scope and Contents Manuscript of the late 11th and early 12th century, written in England and containing various theological works. The manuscript has been dated to the early 12th century by Borland, Ker, Schenkl, Paul, and Römer. In private correspondence with the National Library of Scotland Michael Gullick has stated that folios 1-122 were written at Durham, probably in the 1090s, but definitely before 1096. He further suggests that folios 123-149 were added to the manuscript sometime in the late 11th or...
Dates: Late 11th century - early 12th century.