Oxford, Bodleian Library, Savile 29
s. XVI^{2} (f. Ir: ‘Anno domini 1570, mense Octobri’; f. 2r: ‘1570, 10 Octobr<e>’). Or.: autograph of Henry Savile.
Paper, III+181 f., a single hand. The MS belongs with MSS Savile 31 and 32 (see).
Henry Savile’s teaching notes of mathematics and astronomy: notes ‘Ad fol<ium> 65^{um}’ (1v); introduction to the mathematical sciences (2r25r) and history of mathematics (29r65v), partly ed. by Goulding, 144160; Ptolemaica (65v140v); ‘Mathematicorum errores’ (173v174v); ‘Lectio 12a. 1. Reddit superioris denominationis…’ (176v177v). Blank: IvIIIv, 1r, 25v (except for two lines in Greek), 141173r, 178r181. F. 2628 are torn out.
Lit. F. Madan, H. H. E. Craster, A Summary Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, II.2, Oxford, 1937, 1109 (nos. 657578); R. Goulding, Studies of the Mathematical and Astronomical Papers of Sir Henry Savile, PhD dissertation, Warburg Institute, 1999, 125133.
65v‑140v 
‘Mathesis unde dicta…’ = Henry Savile, Lectures on the Almagest (C.1.30), Books III. I, 65v106r; II, 106r138r. F. 89, 98, 111v, 123126 and 128r are blank. Numerous corrections by Savile.

