Parts of the Old Testament in both the earlier and later Wycliffite versions, together with a gloss of Daniel.
Contents: (1) Parts of the Old Testament: (a) ff. 1-10v, Ezekiel, abbreviated, earlier Wycliffite version; (b) ff. 11-50v, Daniel, later Wycliffite version; (c) ff. 50v-76r, Minor Prophets, abbreviated, earlier Wycliffite version; (d) ff. 76r-90v, 1 Maccabees, abbreviated, ending imperfectly at 9: 39 'greet appairel and', earlier Wycliffite version. In (a, c, d) the scribe writes 'et cetera' at the point at which he omits words, for example 'and y siȝe visions of god. et cetera and of þe middil of it' where 'etc.' takes the place of Ezekiel 1: 2-4. There is no prologue to (b).
(2) f. 50r-v, 'Glose of Daniel'. 'Here endiþ þe book of daniel and bigynne þe glose of daniel. The first visioun is of a stoon... is figurid in þis. Lyre on þe bigynninge on þe iie c' of daniel.'
Script: Gothic textura. Written space: 105 x 68 mm. 2 columns, 25 lines.
Secundo folio: þe secunde.
Decoration: None: spaces for 2-line initials are not filled in.
Description derived from N.R. Ker, Medieval manuscripts in British libraries, vol. III, Lampeter-Oxford (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983), pp. 412-13. By permission of Oxford University Press.