[between 1400 and 1500]
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Script: The main part is copied by two hands: A (artt. 1-2), writing a careful Humanistica Textualis; B copied art. 3 in Southern Gothica Semitextualis; the first two pages of this section (ff. 5v-6r) are very faded and worn and are probably palimpsest.
Artt. 1-2 have headings and explicit formulas in red but are otherwise undecorated. On f. 1r there is space for a 4-5-line initial, on f. 3r for a 4-line initial. Art. 3 opens with a 3-line decorated initial in black and orange, with penwork extensions in the left margin, and all majuscules in this part have red stroking.
Binding: Twentieth century. Blue and yellow marbled paper over pasteboard. Paper endleaves.
Manuscript on parchment of 1) Passio S. Agapiti. 2) Passio S. Iustinae. 3) Passio S. Secundi. Followed by poems in praise of St. Secundus and a note on his translation from Gubbio to Pergola.
ff. i + 8 + i : parchment ; 280 x 195 mm.
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