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|Source||Les Enluminures (Firm) - TextManuscripts - (Accessed: 2016-01-23) (Online-only Auction or Bookseller Website)|
Les Enluminures (Firm)
c. 1180-1220 (before 1253) (1175 to 1226)
(1175 to 1253)
Northern Italy (recorded as Northern Italy)
|Binding||Modern (19th-c.?) paper boards, half bound in leather and marbled paper, spinen lettered in gold "Kalendarium ecclesiasticum, Codex membr. saec. XIII", corner pieces missing, minor scuffs on covers and spine, worn at hinges, but in good condition.|
Upright rounded early gothic bookhand; see record for detailed description of contents
The evidence of the script, layout, and decoration, suggest that this calendar was copied c. 1180-1220 in Northern Italy, probably for use in a Benedictine monastery; feast days and featured saints also point to northern Italy
Luigi (as Luigi librario)
Several modern owners' and dealer's notes: inside front cover, unidentified armorial bookplate; in pencil, “Luigi librario”; upper margin, f. 1, clipping from Italian book dealer, no. 81.
|(No Date)||Les Enluminures (Firm) (as Les Enluminures)|
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|Created||by Sarah Tew on 2016-01-23 4:55pm|
|Last Updated||by Sarah Tew on 2016-01-23 19:29:30 -0500|
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