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Source 1965 - University of Pennsylvania - Catalogue of manuscripts in the libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800 - N. P. Zacour & R. Hirsch (Collection Catalog)
Cat./Lot # LAT61
Manuscript Details
Titles Sermones de Tempore
Ad Raymundum de Cura Rei Familiaris Epistola
Feminarum Malarum
Virtutibus Cardinalibus
Authors Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 1091-1153 (recorded as Bernardus, Claravallensis, Saint)
Bonus de Mortuis
Christian Fuchs
Manuscript Dates C 1475 (1465 to 1486)
Languages Latin
Materials Paper
Places Austria, Europe
Folios 252 Lines 29 Columns 1
Height 212 Width 155 Alt Size
Full-Page Miniatures 0 Large Miniatures 0 Small Miniatures 0
URL Http://Www.Franklin.Library.Upenn.Edu/Cgi-Bin/Pwebrecon.Cgi?V1=2&Ti=1,2&Search%5farg=Ms%20codex%20700&Search%5fcode=Gkey%5e%2a&Sl=None&Cnt=50&Pid=Tvutcjdipbflxa3rksawtzf9xqh5&Seq=20080509135354&Sid=28
Other Info

Contemporary binding

Provenance Information
(No Date) Reichskartause Buxheim (Carthusian monastery, Buxheim)
(No Date) Koci
(No Date) University of Pennsylvania
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