Text name Trinity Homilies File name cmtrinit-mx1 Manuscript Trinity College 335 (B.14.52), Cambridge Date a1225 (?OE) (Laing: C12b) Dialect East Midlands (London), "influenced by immigration, perhaps from East Anglia" (M.L. Samuels, cited in Hill) Genre Homily Edition Morris, Richard. 1873. Old English homilies of the twelfth century. Second series. EETS O.S. 53. London: Trübner. Sample Exhaustive Remarks
The manuscript is in three hands: A, B and C. Hands A and B are scattered through the manuscript up to page 217.22 in Morris (see Laing for details). Hand C is responsible for pages 217.22 to 219 (end). Five sermons are shared with the Lambeth Homilies as follows:
Trinity iv = Lambeth vii T xxvi = L xiii T xxxii = L xv T xxx = L xvi T xxv = L xvii
According to Wells, the source is likely to be a 12th century collection of Latin sermons by a French or Norman rather than an Anglo-Saxon (although he gives no reason). Perhaps some of the collection is original. The sample consists of all the homilies. The parse is based on Morris's translation.
File name CMTRINIT Text identifier MX/1 IR HOM TRIN5 Text name TRIN HOM 5 Author X Period MX/1 Date of original X Date of manuscript 1150-1250 Contemporaneity NON-CONTEMP Dialect EMO Verse or prose PROSE Text type HOMILY Relationship to foreign original X Foreign original X Relationship to spoken language WRITTEN Sex of author X Age of author X Social rank of author X Audience description X Participant relationship X Interaction X Setting X Prototypical text category INSTR REL Sample SAMPLE X