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De consideratione quinte essentie

De consideratione quinte essentie

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Creator: Johannes, de Rupescissa, ca. 1300-ca. 1365
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Date: [ca. 1475]
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Description:
Script: Written by a very fine and bold German gothic cursive hand.
Headings and capitals (a few decorated) in red throughout.
Binding: Original reddish brown polished leather over finely beveled wooden boards, troughs for two clasps and two spikes on front cover, each cover with five nipplelike wrought brass bosses, one at each corner and one in the center, the lower cover with two large brass roundels used to fasten the now-missing strap ties which emerged from the lower fore-edge; sides ruled to a simple geometric pattern, back with raised bands, the clasps now missing and the hinges cracked, but the binding sound.
Abstract:
Manuscript on paper of John of Rupescissa, De consideratione quinte essentie, anonymously translated into German.
Physical Description:
ff. 80 : paper ; 212 x 150 (145 x 100) mm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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German Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts
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Object ID: 2056665
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