|Creator:||Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20|
[between 1400 and 1500]
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Script: Copied by one hand in Humanistica Textualis Libraria.
Art. 1 opens with a 4-line Gothic flourished initial in blue with red penwork extending in the inner margin; art. 2 opens with a 4-line Gothic plain initial in red.
Binding: Twentieth century (?). Half binding was removed and the codex restored and rebound in 2000 by the Northeast Document Conservation Center. The new binding is grey cloth over heavy pasteboard. On the spine a new black leather title label with gold-tooled inscription “SANCTI JERONIMI EPISTOLAE MS 788”. Among the flyleaves, the two following f. 50 are earlier than the others, which are yellowish machine-made paper belonging to the discarded binding. A modern hand wrote on the last front flyleaf r the title “Sancti Ieronimi epistolae ad Salvinam et Ageruchiam”.
Foliated 43-50. Modern binding and binder's blanks not digitized.
Manuscript on paper of Hieronymus Stridonensis (St. Jerome, 347-420), 1) Epistula 79 (Ad Salvinam). 2) Epistula 123 (Ad Geruchiam).
ff. v + 8 + vii : paper ; 340 x 240 mm.
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