|Creator:||Paulus de Sancta Maria, 1353-1435|
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Script: Arts. 1 and 3 written below top line in fere-humanistic script by a single scribe who frequently erased and rewrote the text; art. 2 added in another hand. Some later marginalia.
Crudely executed initial and full border on f. 9r: gold initial, 11-line, on blue rectangular ground, with white vine-stem ornamentation highlighted in green; border in gold, blue, pale pink, mauve and green, consisting of swirling acanthus leaves, flowers, birds, gold dots and leaves around bar border in upper and outer margin, and with putti supporting laurel wreath (arms effaced) in lower margin. One penwork initial of pathetic quality, 8-line, red and blue divided body accompanied by red and blue penwork designs, on f. 125v. Table of contents (art. 1) and headings throughout, in bright red. Remains of notes to rubricator.
Binding: 18th-19th centuries. Red goatskin, with green, gold-tooled labels. Yellow edges.
Manuscript on parchment (hair side quite yellow) of Paulus de Sancta Maria (of Burgos; 1353-1435), Scrutinium Scripturarum. With Passages concerning the conversion of Jews to Christianity; (a) unidentified; (b) Letter of Pope Gregory I to Pascasius, bishop of Naples.
I-XIX^^10, XX^^12 (-12, a blank)
281 x 206 (190 x 128) mm.
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