Babel MS 26
Two fragments survive in one binding from a legal document of the late sixteenth century but with so little text visible it is impossible to identify the subject matter. Fragment i provides part of the swag capitals from the opening of the document, while fragment ii provides a thin vertical strip: as its first line has the thick shape of a majuscule (perhaps an arm of the 'h' seen in fragment i), it probably provides the vertical extent of the text.
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History and further information
The plain binding in which it sits is similar but not identical to that of H.e.34 which includes further legal material (from another document). It is possible, then, but not certain that these were from the same eearlt seventeenth-century binder.