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Ovid and Pseudo-Ovid

Ovid and Pseudo-Ovid

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Creator: Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D Sappho
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Date: [between 1450 and 1500]
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Script: Copied by one hand in Humanistica Cursiva under Gothic influence and of low quality.
Blank space for a heading above art. 2; red final note on f. 6r. Red stroking of all majuscules. Gothic plain initials in red, 4-line at the head of art. 1, 2-line at the head of art. 2. Large guide letters at the left of the initials.
On the originally blank f. 6v a later hand has written notes in a very rapid Gothica Cursiva most difficult to decipher.
Binding: Twentieth century. Quarter binding, white parchment and brown paper. Red edges pertaining to a preceding binding.
Abstract:
Manuscript on paper of Publius Ovidius Naso (Ovid, 43 BC-AD 17), Heroides, 15 (Sappho Phaoni), and Epistola Phaonis ad Sappho, a response by an anonymous humanist to Heroides.
Physical Description:
ff. i + 6 + i : paper 210 x 140 mm.
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Object ID: 10512091
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