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Bible. Old Testament

From: Marcus Marullus, Institutione bene beateque Vivendi

Bible. Old Testament

From: Marcus Marullus, Institutione bene beateque Vivendi

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Book of Daniel. Fragment of Ch. 3.22-36, in Beneventan script. In binding of Marcus Marullus, Institutione bene beateque Vivendi.
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Date: [11th c.]
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Script: written in Beneventan script.
Two fragments from a manuscript on parchment, used, together with a few other small fragments of Latin manuscripts, for reinforcing the binding of a printed book: Marcus Marullus, De institutione bene beateque vivendi libri sex (Solingen, Iohannes Soter, 1540).
Binding: the 16th century binding, now detached, is plain parchment over pasteboard, sewn on three split leather thongs. On the spine is written in large Gothica Textualis Formata, the title “Marc. Marulus +”; on the lower edge in Capitalis: “M. Marull.”
In Latin.
Purchased on the Edwin J. Beinecke Fund.
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Manuscript fragment on parchment of Daniel, Chapter 3, verses 22-36.
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1 binding
15.5 x 4.5 cm.
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Object ID: 2011746
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