MS LAT - Latin Manuscripts
UCL Special Collections
Manuscript volume, 15th century: De raptu anime Tundali et visione. Pasted to the inside front cover is a full-page colour illustration of Tundal presenting his manuscript to Pope Eugenius, inscribed: Tondali Visione Eugenio Papae Oblata. Folio 1r bears a fragment of another text, in the same hand, as this manuscript was formerly part of a larger manuscript.
1 volume containing 29 + 2 leaves
Tundal (or Tundall) was an Irish nobleman who in 1149 experienced a vision. His account of it was translated into several European languages. This manuscript was written in France.
Bought by University College London from Maggs in 1919.
Certain restrictions apply
Fragile, may be consulted but must be handled with care.
Dorothy K Coveney, A Descriptive Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Library of University College London (London, 1935); N R Ker, Medieval Manuscripts in British Libraries , i (London and Oxford, 1969); handlist at University College London Special Collections.
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