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Speculum humane salvationis, etc

Speculum humane salvationis, etc

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Date: 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
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Manuscript on parchment (thick, furry) of Speculum humane salvationis. With Pseudo-Bonaventura, Meditationes de passione Christi.
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1 vol.
b&w illustrations
28 cm.
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Object ID: 2009577
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