Chicago referencing

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  1. Alex-MCFC

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    Is anyone accustomed with the Chicago style of referencing. I'm attempting to cite a manuscript at the moment, but having never referenced an item of this category before, I'm cautious as to whether I'm correct. I'd appreciate any help.

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    Gilbert of Limerick’s Imago ecclesiae, 1100-1200, Christian Works MS. Ff.1.27, p.238, Cambridge University Library.
     
  2. 117 M34

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    Never used Chicago style, only Havard.
    I've never seen any referencing that doesn't include the year though.

    Can you not use a referencing generator to check?
     
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    Just noticed it is a manuscript hence the lack of year.
     
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    Thanks. As you said in your reply, there's no year due to the fact it's a manuscript and because we don't know when Gilbert lived (hence 1100-1200). I'll try a generator, although I'm pretty sure this is correct.
     
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