XIV or XV [14th or 15th century]
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Presented to Yale in 1714 by Elihu Yale (note on front cover: "Yale College Library, 1715"); believed to be the first illuminated medieval manuscript in any American collegiate library. Signature of John Bentley (f. 57r, s. xvii or xviii?). Several annota
Manuscript on parchment (thick, furry) of Speculum humane salvationis. With Pseudo-Bonaventura, Meditationes de passione Christi.
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