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Doctrinale, by Alexander of Villedieu, c 1455

 Part
Identifier: MS 138/ff. 3r-29v

Contents

The text Doctrinale by Alexander of Villedieu appears on ff. 3r-29v in MS 138. This text was originally composed by Alexander, a French poet and teacher, around 1200 and came to be a classic on Latin grammar in medieval Europe.
The text as it appears here in MS 138 begins on f.3r with the words Scribere clericulis parvo doctrinale novellis, and ends on f. 29v with Plurali numero similes sunt quos ego cerno. Deo Gracias.

Dates

  • c 1455

Creator

Language of Materials

Latin

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open to all. The manuscripts can be consulted in the Centre for Research Collections, Edinburgh University Main Library.

Extent

27 folios

Repository Details

Part of the Edinburgh University Library Special Collections Repository

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