Manuscripts of Speculum Maius



Key

He* Corresponding books in the printed edition of the Douai version of the Speculum Historiale, Douai, 1624.
I Additional information on the speculum text as present in the manuscript, or on other texts present in the manuscript, or on material damage.
D Date of the manuscript.
P Country, region or place of production; if available, information on the scribe(s) of the manuscript.
O Medieval and pre-modern owners of the manuscript.
L Hyperlink to digital facsimiles of the manuscript.
R Reference to manuscripts listed in other parts of the inventory, with which this manuscript at the time of its production constituted a set of volumes. Manuscripts that have been collected into a set by a single medieval collector (library) within several decades, are indicated with cf.

This inventory is limited to manuscripts that contain at least one book of the Speculum Historiale.

Unclassified manuscripts of the Speculum Historiale

This page departs from the presentation of the genesis of the Speculum Historiale (see Overview of genesis) and its components (see Components). It depends on the general introduction into the manuscript inventory of the Speculum Historiale (see Manuscripts of the Speculum Historiale).

For 6 manuscripts no conclusive evidence is available that may lead to an attribution to one of the five versions of the Speculum Historiale known today.