|Creator:||Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280|
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Watermarks: similar to Briquet Ancre 381, Balance 2427, Tete de boeuf 15102.
Script: Gothic cursive script of three hands. Scribe 1) ff. 1r-156v; Scribe 2) ff. 157r-274r; Scribe 3, Laurence of Mechlin, wrote ff. 274r-317r and dated the codex 1452.
Plain initials in red and rubrics throughout.
Binding: Fifteenth century. Original sewing on five slit, tawed straps laced into wooden boards. Endband cores laid in grooves. Covered with white, tawed skin, blind-tooled with a St. Andrew's cross within panel borders. The covering leather is sewn around the endbands, from spine to edges, with a back-stitch. Traces of round bosses, probably brass, and of two strap and pin fastenings, the pins on the upper board.
Collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 573). Given to Yale in 1929 by Mrs. J. L. Leipziger.
Manuscript on paper of Albertus Magnus, Commentary on Book 4 of the Sentences of Peter Lombard.
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