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  • M6359 Fragment from a leaf of Hugh of Saint-Cher, Commentary on Luke, in Latin, manuscript on parchment [France, opening decades of thirteenth century (probably not much later than 1230)]

Top half of a leaf, bisected laterally, with remains of double column of 35lines in a tiny and rounded early gothic bookhand, written above topline,Biblical quotations underlined in black, single running title at head of one side, prickmarks for ruling present for inner border, small spots, torn away at base,else good condition, 160 by 195mm.

 Hugh of Saint-Cher (c. 1200-1263) was a student of theology and philosophy at the University of Paris before entering the newly founded Dominican Order in 1225, rising to become the Prior Provincial of France. He came to

papal attention, serving as legate to Constantinople in 1233 and being made a Cardinal in 1244, and later Cardinal Bishop of Ostia in 1261.
  • M6359 Fragment from a leaf of Hugh of Saint-Cher, Commentary on Luke, in Latin, manuscript on parchment [France, opening decades of thirteenth century (probably not much later than 1230)]

Top half of a leaf, bisected laterally, with remains of double column of 35lines in a tiny and rounded early gothic bookhand, written above topline,Biblical quotations underlined in black, single running title at head of one side, prickmarks for ruling present for inner border, small spots, torn away at base,else good condition, 160 by 195mm.

 Hugh of Saint-Cher (c. 1200-1263) was a student of theology and philosophy at the University of Paris before entering the newly founded Dominican Order in 1225, rising to become the Prior Provincial of France. He came to

papal attention, serving as legate to Constantinople in 1233 and being made a Cardinal in 1244, and later Cardinal Bishop of Ostia in 1261.

M6359 Fragment from a leaf of Hugh of Saint-Cher, Commentary on Luke, in Latin, manuscript on parchment [France, opening decades of thirteenth century (probably not much later than 1230)]

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M6359 Fragment from a leaf of Hugh of Saint-Cher, Commentary on Luke, in Latin, manuscript on parchment [France, opening decades of thirteenth century (probably not much later than 1230)]

Top half of a leaf, bisected laterally, with remains of double column of 35lines in a tiny and rounded early gothic bookhand, written above topline,Biblical quotations underlined in black, single running title at head of one side, prickmarks for ruling present for inner border, small spots, torn away at base,else good condition, 160 by 195mm.

 Hugh of Saint-Cher (c. 1200-1263) was a student of theology and philosophy at the University of Paris before entering the newly founded Dominican Order in 1225, rising to become the Prior Provincial of France. He came to

papal attention, serving as legate to Constantinople in 1233 and being made a Cardinal in 1244, and later Cardinal Bishop of Ostia in 1261.

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