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Sermones de Tempore, a homiliary written in the early 12th century for Rochester Cathedral Priory

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Sermones de Tempore, a homiliary written in the early 12th century for Rochester Cathedral Priory
DescriptionA 12th-century manuscript written in England for Rochester Cathedral Priory. It contains homilies mostly of Bede and Gregory the Great; other authors are Augustine, Rabanus Maurus (not named), Pseudo-Origen, Petrus Chrysologus (not named), Jerome, and John Scot Erigena.
ShelfmarkAdv.MS.18.2.4
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Manuscripts from England
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