London, British Museum, Royal 12 C XVIII

Short title Astrological and magical treatises
Century 14
Language Latin
Previous owners Belonged to (John, Lord) Lumley. Lumley cat. f.265.
Material Membr. (except 1, s.17 table of contents)
Height × width 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 in.
No. of leaves i + 38
Gatherings Gatherings of 12 leaves, with catchwords. Sec. fol. 'uel cadentes'.
Binding leaves The fly-leaves (i, 38) are from a s. 14 collection of homilies. That on i is by Gregory the great (Migne, Patr. Lat. lxxvi 1259).
No. of columns 2 cols.
Initials etc. Initials flourished in red and blue.
Printed catalogs Casley, D., A catalogue of the manuscripts of the King's Library (1734) 204. | Cat. of 1666, f.20; CMA. 8442, 8460, 8480 & 8531. | Warner, George F. & Gilson, J.P., Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Old Royal and King's Collections II (1921) 32-3.
Source Folkerts | Warner & Gilson II (1921)
Type of source cat. | pvt. notes
Source’s source insp.
Work 1Title (ms.) Astrological and magical treatises, viz.:
Additional remarks 11 parts
Work 2Title (ms.) Tract on celestial motions, astronomical instruments and tables (6 chpts.) (inc.)
Incipit (after a table of contents) In speris celestibus esse duos modos motuum
Additional remarks Imperfect by loss of leaves after 25.
Item no. 5
Folio no. 22-