Babel MS 8
An early fifteenth-century copy of Duns Scotus - textually, rather corrupt - which was dispensed with in the mid-1520s, perhaps a century after its production. Two fragments are known from consecutive leaves (Harsnett I.d.3 i following Harsnett I.d.3 ii).
?230+mm (h) x 156+mm (w)
History and further information
The manuscript was presumably dismantled at the binders in England (London?), when the printed volume was bound very soon after its publication in 1525.