Babel MS 10
No surviving fragment is known from this manuscript - only offset. This is legible by enhancing the digital image and shows that this manuscript was an early witness to Peter Lombard's Sentences. Only the nearly full width of a fairly thin column is visible, suggesting that the volume was originally in bicolumnar format.
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History and further information
The manuscript was available to be used as binding material in John Reynes's workshop, in the late 1530s or first half of the 1540s. The volume was rebacked, probably in 1970 or 1971; at that point, new flyleaves were added to the volume and, presumably at the same time, the binding strip was removed, leaving only offset.