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|Source||1952 - A Handlist of the Additional Manuscripts in the Fitzwilliam Museum (Part II) - Francis Wormald and Phyllis M. Giles (Collection Catalog)|
|Cat./Lot #||75. (MS. Marlay Add. I)|
De re militari, in Anglo-Norman French, followed by the Latin text.
At the end a poem in French mentioning one 'Master Richard'.
Vegetius Renatus, Flavius (383-450)
(recorded as Vegetius)
c. 1270 (1260 to 1281)
French, Anglo-Norman (recorded as Anglo-Norman French)
Latin (recorded as Latin)
France (recorded as Probably written and illuminated in France)
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See L. Thorpe, Mastre Richard: a thirteenth-century translator of the 'De Re Militari' of Vegetius published in Scriptorium, vol. VI, p. 39. Penwork initials. The earliest known French translation and the only MS. of this translation known.
|1916 (End)||Maggs Bros. (as Messrs. Maggs)|
|(No Date)||The Fitzwilliam Museum|
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