|Creator:||Terence Cicero, Marcus Tullius|
[between 1490 and 1500]
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Unidentified watermarks buried in gutter include horn, mermaid in a circle; two distinct birds in circles similar to Briquet Oiseau 12203 and 12220.
Script: Written by multiple scribes in various styles of round humanistic and gothic scripts. One hand supplied most of the glosses on Terence and Cicero and the texts on ff. 143r-145v in italic.
Crude initials mark beginning of each section; rubrics throughout; many letters stroked in red.
Binding: Seventeenth century. Limp vellum case with title lettered in ink down the spine.
Manuscript on paper of 1) Life of Terence. 2) Terence, Andria. 3) Terence, Eunuchus. 4) Terence, Heautontimoroumenos. Artt. 5-24: Cicero, Epistolae. 25) Commentary, partly in Italian, on the first letter of Cicero to Lentulus Spinther (some loss due to trimming).
ff. viii + 145 + vi : paper ; 195 x 141 (142 x 85) mm.
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|Curatorial Area:||Beinecke Library|
Teaching resource: Barbara A. Shailor, Medieval Studies
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