Legem statuit ei in via quam elegit Elegimus namque non tamen latam viam mandatorum dei ymmo artam semitam consiliorum que ergo nobis statuta est in legem seruandam ad salutem Hec via et semita electa continentur in regula sancti saluatoris, et Augustini, addicionibus prioris, declaracionibus doctorum, libro vsuum, et actis capituli hec omnia in tabula
ABbatissa eligatur et sit caput et domina omnium
Christus ihesus est dator regule sancte huius ordinisque fundator 1 b c Ipse enim est principium et finis alpha et o deus et homo ipsi honor et gloria in seculis
The index refers to the contemporary foliation and paragraphs in the manuscript.
Top in pencil, in a modern hand: ‘A 11. Regula S. Salvatoris in prima Persona’. Top left corner: National Library sticker, in black ink: ‘A 11’.
Below, in brown ink, in a modern hand: ‘N 93’.
Below, in brown ink, in a medieval hand: a reference to the contents of the volume: ‘Hiis diebus confessor ministrabit sororibus corpus Christi’ followed by a list of days.
Lower right side, in dark ink, in a medieval hand: ‘R’
Prayers, most likely a contemporary addition. Incipit: ‘(R)epelle a nobis’. In the margin in light brown ink.
Middle, in dark ink, annotations by a later scribe, possibly 16th or 17th century. Bottom right, in brown ink: the name ‘Lars Hanson’ followed by a sentence in Swedish.
Annotations in pencil by a modern hand, with reference to years and dates.
In the margin, annotations and pointing hands by a contemporary scribe, perhaps the same hand as the main text.
(f. 1r): Bookmark in brown leather sewn on to page.
Red initials over 2-3 lines; capitals touched with red.
(f. 25r)(f. 43v)(f. 47r): Flourished initials in red ink over 3 lines.
(f. 2r): Bookmark in brown leather sewn on to page. (f. 12r)(f. 25r)(f. 26r)(f. 44r): Traces of bookmars. (f. 18r): Traces of a green bookmark.
Red initials over 3-5 lines, some with pen-drawn decoration; capitals touched with red.
(f. 63r)(f. 77r)(ff. 79r–79v): Flourished initials in red ink over 4-5 lines.
(f. 64r)(f. 68v) : Pen-drawn flowers in the lower margin.
Red initials over 2-5 lines; capitals touched with red.
Original late medieval binding. Light brown leather over wooden boards. Metal catches remaining on LCO and RCO. Five raised bands on the spine. Two bosses of bone (traces of a third) on RCO. Spine, from top to bottom: in brown ink, ‘EE’, middle in brown ink: ‘95’, bottom, stamped in gold: ‘A 11’, below traces of a label, in brown ink: ‘A 11’.
The Antiquities Archive. Current signum, A 11, first established in Helin’s catalogue from the 1720s (U 91:2:2). Also mentioned in the following catalogues and inventories: U 90:2, f. 8v, ‘no. 93’; U 90:4, p. 44, ‘no. 95’.