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Part I, The Parker Chronicle and Laws (fols 1-56): a manuscript which may have been originally produced in Winchester, s. ix/x-xi1. The Manuscript was at Christ Church, Canterbury, by c. 1070.
A single Canterbury hand of s. xi/xii added to the manuscript a Latin list of popes and the archbishops of Canterbury who were sent the pallium by them, and expanded a Latin list of popes. In s. xii further Latin additions were made to Latin lists of English archbishops and bishops in the manuscript.
Part II, Sedulius, Carmen Paschale (fols 57-83) is from s. viii, with English glosses from s. x-xi (?).Manuscript Items:
Text Language: English
Manuscript described by Mary Swan and Owen Roberson, with reference to published scholarship (2010; 2013)
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and Stanford University, Parker Library on the Web (http://parkerweb.stanford.edu/parker/; accessed in 2010)
Flower, Robin, and Hugh Smith, eds, The Parker Chronicle and Laws, Copus Christi College Cambridge, MS 173: A Facsimile, EETS, OS 208 (London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1941)
Ker, N. R., Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957; repr. 1990), item 39
Plummer, Charles, ed., Two of the Saxon Chronicles Parallel, 2 vols (1892-99; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1952)
Thompson, E. M., and others, eds, Facsimiles of Ancient Manuscripts, etc, Series 1, New Palaeographical Society, 2 vols (London: Hart, Oxford University Press, 1903-12)