|Creator:||Thomas, of Ireland, ca. 1265-ca. 1329|
s. XV^^ [15th century]
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Watermarks: similar to Briquet Huchet 7693.
Script: Written by a single scribe in various styles of italic script; heavy annotations by the scribe and later hands.
Several crude initials: f. 1r, 4-line gold initial on blue ground, infilled red, and 3-line red initial on gold ground; on f. 2r, 5-line red initial on blue ground; f. 72v, 4-line red initial on green ground with some flourishes and gold dots, infilled blue. Initials (2- and 1-line), names of authors (added in margins), paragraph marks and headings in pale red.
Binding: Nineteenth century. Quarter bound in brown, diced calf with a gold-tooled title on spine: "Miscellanea di Seneca, Petrarcha e d'altri". Orange, leather-grained paper sides. Rebacked.
Manuscript on paper of 1) Excerpts (De prudentia, De fortitudine, De continentia, De iustitia) from Martin of Braga, Formula honestae vitae, a work often attributed incorrectly to Seneca. 2) Salomonis dicta; excerpts concerning wisdom, including quotes from Seneca, Book of Wisdom, etc. 3) Thomas of Ireland, Manipulus florum. 4) Excerpts from Petrarch, De remediis utriusque fortunae. 5) Isidore, Chronicon.
ff. iv + 285 + iv : paper ; 215 x 145 (ca. 127 x 80) mm.
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