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Le Neve, Peter, 1661-1729 (English herald and antiquary)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1661 - 1729

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Composite manuscript including five texts, 14th century

 Item
Identifier: MS 95
Contents Contains five texts, in several different hands.ff. 1r-3v: short sermonsff. 4r-63v: compilation of religious passagesff. 64r-116r: sermonsff. 117r-133r: ‘Flores in Contemplationem’ by Pseudo(?)-Augustineff. 133v-140r: Anonymous sermonThe texts are described separately, under MS 95/ff. 1r-3v; MS 95/ff. 4r-63v; MS 95/ff. 64r-116r; MS 95/ff. 117r-133r; and MS 95/ff. 133v-140r. ...
Dates: 14th century
f. 49r
f. 49r

Works on Latin prosody by John Seward, c 1410-1422

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Identifier: MS 136
Scope and Contents MS 136 is a volume of works by the fifteenth-century London schoolmaster, John Seward (or Seguarde). Seward wrote about a dozen short treatises on Latin prosody during the reigns of Henry IV and Henry V, and these works were primarly known and examined in a manuscript of Merton College, Oxford, thought to be unique. However, examination of MS 136 reveals that the Merton manuscript is a slightly later, and finer copy of the original text contained in MS 136. In fact, MS 136 is most probably...
Dates: c 1410-1422