Document ReferencePw V 309
TitleMS poem, entitled 'Atrium Pecwateriense' on Peckwater Quadrangle, Christ Church, Oxford, for poetry competition by William Le Hunte; 1712
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of an 85-line poem in hexameters on Peckwater Quadrangle, Christ Church, Oxford.

Endorsed: 'Mr Le Hunt; received 5 Dec. 1712.'

Submitted for the Christ Church poetry prize 1712; Le Hunte won second prize (HMC Portland 7 p111).
Title Of WorkAtrium Pecwateriense
First Line of PoemEgregias fama sedes, charosq<ue> Penates
Last Line of PoemRegalesq<ue> Domos mansurae tradere famae
Termbuildings, Peckwater Quadrangle Christ Church Oxford
Physical DescriptionOne sheet folded once to form two folios
ConditionGenerally good
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Arms of Anne, Queen of Great Britain within crowned garter, with the monogram IB, in cursive letters, below the garter, approx. 95 x 65 mm;

Countermark: Royal Cipher, letters AR surmounted by crown, approx. 28 x 25 mm.
WatermarkArms of Anne
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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA74485Le Hunte; William (c.1692-); matric. Christ Church Oxford 1710)c.1692-
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