|Creator:||Martinus, Polonus, d. 1279 Hugh, of Saint-Cher, Cardinal, ca. 1200-1263|
s. XIV 1 [first half of the 14th century]
[between 1300 and 1350]
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Script: Written in good quality gothic bookhand.
Red and blue divided initials, f. 1r (10-line) and f. 86v (9-line), with floral and linear motifs in parchment. Running titles, headings in red. Plain initials, 3- to 2-line, alternate red and blue. Red and blue 1-line initials alternate in table of contents. Majuscules stroked with yellow. Remains of notes for rubricator.
Binding: Twentieth century, U.S.A. Half-bound in red goatskin with gold-tooled title on spine ("Martinus Polonus/ Chronicon/ MS c. 1300") and marbled paper sides. By the same binder as Marston MS 152.
Purchased from E. P. Goldschmidt of London in 1957 by L. C. Witten, who sold it the same year to Thomas E. Marston.
Manuscript on parchment (thick) of 1) Ps.-John Chrysostom, Opus imperfectum in Mathaeum (collection of sermons). 2) Hugo de Sancto Caro, De doctrina cordis. 3) Unidentified articuli fidei. 4) Martinus Strepus, Chronicon pontificum et imperatorum, concluding with "Ludovicus rex francie" in 1270.
ff. ii + i + 127 + i + iii : parchment ; 346 x 250 (272 x 196) mm.
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