|Creator:||Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris, ca. 1100-1160|
[between 1250 and 1275]
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Script: Written in gothic bookhand, below top line; annotations added in less formal, later hands.
Red and blue divided initials, 4- to 3-line, for prologue and beginning of books, with penwork designs in the same colors. For other text divisions, 3- to 2-line initials in red or blue with flourishes in opposite color. Distinctio numbers and running headlines in red and blue; rubrics in red. Initial letters of each entry in chapter lists alternate red and blue.
Binding: 1837, England. Bound by Gough in London. Dark brown goatskin, blind-tooled with a light brown gold-tooled label with title "Liber Sententiarum".
Purchased in 1957 from Quaritch, London, by L. C. Witten, who sold it in 1959 to Thomas E. Marston.
Manuscript on parchment of Peter Lombard, Sententiarum libri IV. With a Commentary on Eccles. 38.
ff. ii + i + 208 + i + ii : parchment ; 345 x 220 (228 x 140) mm.
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