The British Library continue their digitisation of their manscripts, which is very welcome. They’ve moved on to the Royal collection, although the focus seems to have drifted back to digitising “pretty books” and medievalia, rather than the material that classics and patristics scholars will want.
There is a Tertullian in that collection, which ought to be online. But I have given up making suggestions and requests, since it never seems to have any effect.
In the current upload only one volume is of interest:
- Royal 6 C. i — Isidore of Seville’s Etymologiae, England (St Augustine’s, Canterbury), 4th quarter of the 11th century.