CH-SGs 378

“Cum adhuc iuvenulus essem...” p. 146The sequences fall into four “sets.” a. two sequences added at beginning of ms. b. principal sequentiary, with two sequences added in the middle (b37 and b38) c. a “revision” and expansion of the earlier sequentiary, containing 9 sequences d. added sequences (by various hands) at the end of the ms.