[between 1450 and 1500]
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Script: Probably copied by one hand, who starts writing Humanistica Textualis but gradually changes into a rapid Gothico-Humanistica.
Binding: Original binding. Blind-tooled calfskin over bevelled wooden boards, worm-eaten. Sewn on three split leather thongs. Brass?? bosses.
Some errors in modern foliation.
Manuscript on vellum and paper of 1) Treatise on the Koran. 2) Ricoldus de Monte Crucis O.P. (Ricoldo da Montecroce, d. 1320), Libellus contra legem Sarracenorum (Confutatio Alcorani). 3) Anonymous treatise against the Koran in the form of letters exchanged between two friends, a Moslem and a Christian. 4) Bonacursius de Bononia O.P. (s. XIII2), De erroribus Graecorum. 5) A short history of the oecumenical councils.
ff. 77 : parchment and paper ; 210 x 145 mm.
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