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Reference files of Albinia de la Mare, containing photographs and photocopies of manuscripts and related papers: '(Early) Humanistic Italian and English script, Theodoricus Werken, and miscellaneous', 1965-1994 and n.d. [c.1970-1995]

MS. 18746/203
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Folder 1: 'England 15th century, D[uke] H[umfrey], Ital[ian] manuscripts, hum[anistic] script', papers and images, 1990-1994 and n.d. [c.1988-1995], including draft text, apparently for the Bodleian Library exhibition, 'Duke Humfrey's Library and the Divinity School 1488-1988', 1988, and materials relating to

  1. Oxford, Balliol College, MS. 249; 140
  2. Oxford, New College, MS. 268
  3. Tartu, University Library, MS. Lat. 286 (Secretum, Lactantius, et al.)
  4. London, British Library, Add. 10304; Harl. 2639 (John Free); 2485 (Seneca, scribe Gunthorpe); 862 (agreement between Iohannes Lipomano of Venice and the scribe Gilbertus de Doem of the diocese of Utrecht, Oxford, 11 Jun 1425)

Folder 2: 'Theodericus Werken', correspondence, papers and images, 1968-1988 and n.d. [c.1970-1990], including materials relating to

  1. a lecture on Werken by de la Mare to be given at King's College London, 25 Apr 1988
  2. the text of 'A fragment of Augustine in the hand of Theodericus Werken', [published in Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 6. 5 (1976)], with letters received from Dr. George Salt, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, owner of the fragment, 1975-1976
  3. 'Werken catchwords'
  4. Werken's patrons
  5. London, Lambeth Palace, MS. 759 (Sallust)
  6. Wolfenb├╝ttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. 19. 26. 1 Aug 4┬░
  7. Cambridge, Trinity College, B. 3. 21
  8. Cambridge, University Library, Ff. 3. 10 (Chrysostom); Dd. 13. 2
  9. Oxford, Balliol College, MS. 34; 310; 295; 225
  10. Manchester, John Rylands Library, Lat. 211 (Plutarch, translated by Guarino, et al.)

Folder 3: 'Notes on Sloane manuscripts and Goldwell', notes and images, 1965-1978 and n.d. [c.1970], mainly concerning James Goldwell, Fellow of All Souls, Oxford, and Bishop of Norwich (d.1499), relating to

  1. Goldwell incunabulum and other books owned by him
  2. 'Oxford printing and importation of books'
  3. '[Robert] Thomson [Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford (c.1456-1507)] and Goldwell'
  4. London, British Library, Sloane 1579
  5. Cambridge, University Library, Inc. 5 J. 2. 1
  6. Oxford, Bodleian Library, Arch. S. e. 8
  7. Durham, Cathedral Library, MS. Hunter 123
  8. Ambrogio Traversari manuscripts


  • Creation: 1965-1994 and n.d. [c.1970-1995]


1 box (3 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. 18746/203

Former reference:

Archive A. C. de la Mare, sect. II., cont. LXXXI