The Auchinleck manuscript : National Library of Scotland, Advocates’ MS.19.2.1Cunningham.

Title:
The Auchinleck manuscript : National Library of Scotland, Advocates’ MS.19.2.1Cunningham.
Library:
National Library of Scotland
Language:
Middle English
City:
EDINBURGH, Great Britain
Shelf Mark:
Advocates Ms. 19.2.1
Alternate Names:
The Auchinleck manuscript --
Origin:
London?, Great Britain
Dimensions:
331 fols. (originally there were 386 fols.) -- 250 x 190 mm. (perhaps 264 x 203 originally, see p. xi)
Date Description:
1330-1340
Content:
miscellany -- detailed list of forty-four separate items on pp. xix-xxiv -- Chaucer may have owned this manuscript (see p. xi) --
Hand:
Six scribes -- Bookhand -- Formal bookhand -- Cursive bookhand --
Illuminations:
Yes
Type of Decoration:
originally most items were preceded by a miniature -- only miniatures on fol. 7r, fol 72r, fol 167r, fol. 256v, and fol. 326r remain -- decorated initials -- filigree --
Musical Notation:
No
Call Number:
Hesburgh Library Oversize PR 1203 .A9 197
Commentary Volume:
No
Nature of Facsimile:
complete - monochrome
Publication Date:
1977
Place of Publication:
London, Great Britain
Publisher:
Scolar Press in association with the National Library of Scotland
Notes:
Introduction by Derek Pearsall & I. C. Cunningham -- Language Notes: some Anglo-Norman (see p. viii) -- some Latin (see p. viii) --
Type of Text:
hagiographical, prose, religious, romance, secular, vernacular, vernacular literature, verse