[late sixteenth century]
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Cursive script. Astrological signs are drawn in the margins. Bound in limp vellum. Folio 1r has two staffs of music. The text claims to be the Book of Virtue which the Angel Raphiel gave to Adam, with Solomon's Hebrew additions. Incipit: "In the name of allmyghtie God livinge trewe & everlasting and without all end, wch ys said Cephar razyell with all his portenaunce in wch be 7 treatises complete."
ff. 33 ; 303 x 205 mm.
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