SDBM_241424

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Source
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)
Cat./Lot # 135
Manuscript Details
Titles Grammatica quaedam
De arte metrica
two Latin poems
Authors Lunensis, Franciscus (recorded as Francisus Lunensis)
Manuscript Dates 24 March 1503 (1503 to 1504)
Scribes Marcus Petri (recorded as Marcus Petri, of San Gimignano)
Materials Paper
Folios 101 Lines Columns
Height 210 Width 140 Alt Size
Binding Modern boards (fly-leaf from an XIth c. liturgical ms.).
Other Info

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).

Provenance Information
1894 (Start) 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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