British Library, Harley MS 3093
|Produced:||France, Early 11th century|
|Location:||British Library, London, England, UK|
|Dimensions:||Height: 27.5 cm Width: 19.5 cm|
Contains the Latin Physiologus of Theobaldus on folio 36r to 38r.
This manuscript contains a collection of late antique and early medieval texts, written in Latin verse. It is known for containing the oldest surviving copy of Theobaldus' Physiologus. The text is a compilation of animal lore from North Africa that was widely read and gave rise to the bestiary tradition in early medieval Europe. - [British Library catalog description]
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