|Creator:||Hugo, Argentinensis, ca. 1210-ca. 1270|
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Belonged to the Carmelite convent in Stamford, England (ownership inscriptions, now erased, but partially visible under ultra-violet light; press mark "H 30;" table of contents on original front flyleaf suggest codex may have originally contained addition
Script: Written in small gothic bookhand, below top line. Marginal notes in anglicana scripts.
Flourished initials, 14- to 5-line, primarily blue with red and/or parchment designs (including circles), mark beginning of each book. Many blue initials with modest red penwork designs, 5- to 2-line. Headings in red. Paragraph marks alternate red and blue. Guide letters for decorator.
Binding: Between 1800 and 1810, England. Brown, diced calf, gold-tooled. Rebacked.
Acquired from C. A. Stonehill in 1952 by Thomas E. Marston.
Manuscript on parchment (poor quality) of Hugo Ripelin, Compendium theologicae veritatis. This text has been sometimes erroneously attributed to Albertus Magnus, Bonaventure or Thomas Aquinas.
ff. vii + ii + 104 + vii : parchment ; 168 x 110 (130 x 81) mm.
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