|Creator:||Ferrari, Antonio de, 1444-1517, creator|
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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.
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.
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).
ff. i + 36 + i : paper ; 330 x 225 mm.
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|Curatorial Area:||Beinecke Library|
Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library.
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