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|Source||1937 - Plimpton, George A. (George Arthur), 1855-1936 - Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada, vol. II (S. De Ricci) (Collection Catalog)|
De arte metrica
two Latin poems
(recorded as Francisus Lunensis)
24 March 1503 (1503 to 1504)
(recorded as Marcus Petri, of San Gimignano)
|Binding||Modern boards (fly-leaf from an XIth c. liturgical ms.).|
Included in the foliation are two early printed printed Florentine booklets (Augustinus Datus, Elegantiolae, n.d.; Guarinus, Regulae, 1496). At the end (ff. 68-91), a treatise, De arte metrica, and two Latin poems (ff. 92-98) by Franciscus Lunensis (Confessio; Passio Domini).
Böckel, Ernst (as Ernst Boeckel)
Given in 1894 to Ernst Boeckel.
|1936 (End)||Plimpton, George A. (George Arthur), 1855-1936 (as George A. Plimpton)|
|1936 (Start) 1937 (Associated)||
Columbia University (as Columbia University)
Given by George A. Plimpton to Columbia University.
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|Created||by cbachman on 2017-09-05 9:36am|
|Last Updated||by cbachman on 2017-09-05 09:40:44 -0400|
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