Catalogue Entry: THEM00102

'Ex Marci Maximi Cæsaraugustani in Hispanijs Episcopi Chronico'

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: R.16.38. 438A, Trinity College Library, Cambridge, UK

[Normalized Text] [Diplomatic Text]

Custodial History

The entire lot was bought at the Sotheby sale by W. Manning for £5. It also contained 'Notes on the site of the Seven Churches of Asia, etc., mostly in Latin' c. 3,500 words, 14 pp. (the location of which is uncertain), and 4 pp. of notes from Cudworth, now Ms. fN563Z in the Clark Library, Los Angeles.

Sotheby Lot

Part of SL233


A chronological list of major events in the fifth and sixth centuries, relating chiefly to the rise and fall of Arianism.

[1] * lege Callani.

[2] ✝ Inteligendum est igitur de Alanis in Hispania

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