Now in the Logic Museum, book I of the Lectura by Duns Scotus. These are Scotus' notes for lectures he gave on Books 1 and 2 of the Sentences as a bachelor theologian at Oxford. It is the only material from his Oxford lectures that were available for some parts of the Sentences, as the Ordinatio (the revised and edited version of the lectures) was never completed. The work is also useful for presenting an earlier and generally simpler and less 'subtle' version of his thought.
As with much of the material in the museum, it is untranslated, I am afraid.