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De situ Iapygiae

De situ Iapygiae

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Creator: Ferrari, Antonio de, 1444-1517, creator
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Date: 1534
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Description:
In the margins of art. 1 the proper names (sources, historical persons, places) mentioned in the text are repeated. A few marginal notes. Water stains. Some pages badly damaged by the acid ink. Three scribes, all writing Humanistica Cursiva: hand A copied ff. 1r-20v, 24v-26v, 31r-36r line 10, 36v last three lines (Libraria); hand B copied ff. 21r-24r, 27r-30v (Currens); hand C copied f. 36r line 10-36v, except the last three lines (Currens under Gothic influence).
Collation impossible due to tight binding.
No decoration.
Binding: The damaged covers of the original binding are mounted on the new binding in brown leather. Blind-tooled, featuring two square frames bordered by fillets and rolls.
Cite as: Antonio de Ferrariis, De situ Iapygiae. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
Abstract:
Manuscript on paper of Antonio de Ferrariis (called himself Galateo after his birthplace, d. 1517), De situ Iapygiae. His work is a geographical, historical, epigraphical and literary description of Iapygia, i.e. the Southeastern part of Italy (now Apulia).
Physical Description:
ff. i + 36 + i : paper ; 330 x 225 mm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library.
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High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 9998954
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