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Historiated initial 'Q'(uantum) with foliate extensions and a man in academic dress (probably Aristotle). f. 1* is a paper flyleaf with a table of contents.Vertical catchwords. 1 large initial in colours with foliate extensions and a man in academic

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

The Psalms have the 10-part divisions. Glosses, especially dense in Luke. With an added Interpretation of Hebrew names (ff. 331v-356v), a treatise on dreams (ff. 356v-364v) and a table of readings for the year, including the feast of St

Decorated initial 'F'(ata) at the beginning of the text. ff. 244v-245 are written in Filelfo's hand, the rest of the manuscript was written in a different hand, but annotated by Filelfo.Catchwords. Leaf signatures.For another autograph manuscript by Filelfo, see

White vine initial 'M'(undum). There is a ruled leaf after f. 175.Ruled in plummet; horizontal catchwords. Three-sided white vine border in colours and gold, inhabited by birds, with the Medici coat of arms in the lower margin, supported by

White vine initial 'O'(mnis) at the beginning of Sallust's Catilina. Catchwords written vertically.ff. 35 and 100v are ruled but left blank.According to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, this manuscript was made

Text page with the third and fourth chapters of the Inferno. Horizontal catchwords.This manuscript was made in Milan in 1469, according to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Marginal drawings in black

Three-sided white vine border with gold initial 'V'(os) and mutilated arms in the lower margin. ff. 1-2 are parchment leaves with various inscriptions.ff. 162 is a blank, ruled folio with inscriptions on the verso.Horizontal catchwords. Three-sided white vine border,

Marginal drawings of Dante and Virgil entering Hell. Horizontal catchwords.This manuscript was made in Milan in 1469, according to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Marginal drawings in black ink of subjects

Three-sided white vine border in colours and gold, inhabited by birds, with the Medici coat of arms in the lower margin, supported by putti, and a white vine initial 'L'(ibros). There is a ruled leaf after f. 175.Ruled in

Detail of a folio: Incipit: 'ramento capitur cum cetera…' Explicit: 'quinquagenas libras lundens cumi' There is a ruled leaf after f. 175.Ruled in plummet; horizontal catchwords. Three-sided white vine border in colours and gold, inhabited by birds, with the

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