Princeton, NJ, US, Princeton University Library, Garrett MS 119 Date:1350 Date Quality:ca Dimensions:400 cm Length x15 cm Width Number of Pieces:2 Type:Chronicles Shelfmark:Garrett MS 119 Provenance:England Contents:Chronicle roll containing the story of King Engle and Scardyng (or Scarthe). Description:Length is estimated of original roll. Survives as partially palimpsested flyleaves in Garrett MS 119, an English monastic script. Text written on the face (flesh side) of the roll and illustrated with tinted medallion portraits of enthroned kings. Written by a single scribe in an Anglicana book hand of the mid-fourteenth century. Bibliography:Skemer, Don C. “The Story of Engle and Scardying: Fragment of an Anglo-Norman Chronicle Roll.” Viator 40, no. 2 (December 2009): 255–75.