Fragment of an etymological explanation of legal and ecclesiastical terms
Scope and Contents
Begins: 'Quotquot modis sit dermacio ...' and ends: '... poeta fuit vergilius magnus poeta fuit magnus.' Verses follow, headed 'epysencis'.
- 1500 (Circa)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Found in AB.7.27 (now Inc.3.J.2.2), 6 June 1877. That book, J. Lathbury's Commentary on Jeremiah, Oxford, 1482, formerly belonged to William Raine, and to Sir Francis Liddall of Co. Durham.
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