SDBM_99823

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Source
Source 1910 - Bibliothèque nationale de France - Manuscrits du Roman de la Rose (E. Langlois) (Collection Catalog)
Cat./Lot # p. 61
Manuscript Details
Titles Roman de la Rose
Authors Guillaume de Lorris, active 1230
Jean de Meun, approximately 1240-approximately 1305 (recorded as Jean de Meung)
Manuscript Dates CCENT 1450 (1400 to 1501)
Languages French
Materials Parchment
Places France, Europe
Folios 216 Lines 38 Columns 2
Height 330 Width 236 Alt Size
Full-Page Miniatures 0 Large Miniatures 117 Small Miniatures 0
Other Info

Provenance info: Bnf 24392 (La Valliere 28)
Fol. 2-175vo. Roman de la Rose, in two columns of 38 lines.
Fol. 177ro-206ro. Testament, in 530 quatrains, written in one column.
Fol. 207ro-vo. Codicille.
Fol. 208ro-214ro. Sept articles de la Foi, by Jean Chapuis, with this explicit: "Ci fine le Tresor maistre Jehan de Meun des sept articles de la foy, lequel il fist et compila ou lit de sa mort."
Fols. 1 and 176 are blank.

Provenance Information
(No Date) La Vallière, Louis César de la Baume Le Blanc, duc de, 1708-1780
(No Date) Bibliothèque nationale de France
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