Caius 281/674

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Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, Ms. 281 (674), fols. 105™-250vb (book I). Parchment; 14th century; gothic bookhand of English provenance, and one hand throughout; two columns of 53-59 lines each. Collationes I—II (but not the same as in the Lectura Oxon.). The work contains some questions from the London and Oxford lectures by Adam Wodeham, and may contain questions from the Norwich lectures as well. The manuscript is defective at various points. Dist. 1, q. 3 is missing; there seems to be a section or a question missing in the opening part of distinction 17; and the text breaks off on fol. 250v. For further description sec: M. R. James, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Conville and Caius College, Vol. 1 (Cambridge, 1907), pp. 330-331.

Details from Adam Wodeham: An Introduction to His Life and Writings by William Courtenay.

  • 1-104a Cowtone inceptor de ordine fratrum minorum super primum sentenciarum (title in lower margin). Ends f. 104a: secundum dictum modum.
  • 105-250 Lectura Secunda by Adam Wodeham. James 1907 attributes it to Cowton.

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