Vellum. Roll 625 x 450mm.
Single column of 22 lines of square and 4 of cursive Hebrew. 2 lines of square Hebrew run around the edge. Decorated with architectural and floral designs, birds and crowns, in orange, gold, brown, green and purple.
Vellum (43 pieces). Scroll 1040 x 9.5cm. On 2 ivory rollers.
Unpointed Hebrew. 259 columns of 42 lines.
A MS note, in an 18th century hand, with the scroll reads 'A MS copy of the Hebrew Pentateuch said to be written by a Polish Jew. The several columns begin with a vau, a letter in the shape of a hook: unci columnarum Exod. 27.10.'
Paper, 11.4 x 8, ff. 199, double columns of 38 lines. 15th cent., in a very neat hand, perhaps Flemish.
Donor, T. C. S. (according to the modern label). 2 fo. herculis.
Vellum, 11.375 x 9.125, ff. 192, double columns of 39 lines. 13th cent. ?, very well written, with points and marginal notes, some in Latin, of early 16th cent.
Donor, T. Baker. Wagstaff, 3468.
Vellum, 9.8 x 7.1, ff. 143 + 19, several volumes. 13th –15th cent.
Donor, T. C. S.
Vellum, 11.8 x 8.3, ff. 182 + 2, double columns of 37 lines. 15th cent. (1449). Written in the Netherlands.
Donor T. C. S. 2 fo. modum.
Vellum, 16.7 x 10, ff. 214 + 4, double columns of 55 lines. 14th cent. in two very fine hands. Rebound.
Vellum, 13 x 8.8, ff. 233 + 109, two volumes, double colums of 49 and 52 lines. Late 14th and 15th cent., clearly written.
Parchment (2 pieces). Roll 1410 x 105mm. Probably 19th century. The text, in Ge'ez, comprises the legend of Susenyos, a pseudo-magical text used to protect against women's problems and infant mortality and illness. The owner's name is given as Amätä Maryam. Written in black and red ink and decorated with two coloured pictures. The text is worn in places. Given by Marcus Werner (BA 2005), July 2008.
Vellum, 11.9 x 8.1, ff. 62 + 2, double columns of 31 lines. Late 15th cent., in a clear black hand.
Binding, rough skin on boards, clasps gone.