|Creator:||William, of Ockham, ca. 1285-ca. 1349|
[between 1400 and 1450]
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Script: Written by a single scribe in small, cramped and highly abbreviated gothic cursive. Art. 6 added by two different hands.
Crude penwork initials on f. 1r in red and blue, 3-line. The first incorporates a five-pointed star in red, with blue dots, and terminates with a full-length marginal border in inner margin. The second incorporates a fleur-de-lis. Other plain initials in red and/or blue throughout. Headings and strokes on paragraph marks and majuscules in red.
Binding: Date?, Italy? Backs of quires cut in for sewing. Plain limp vellum case with holes in each cover for two ribbons.
Manuscript on paper (thick, coarse, some deckle edges; watermarks indistinguishable) of William of Ockham, Summa logicae. With Walter Burley, De puritate artis logicae tractatus brevior, beginning of text only.
ff. i + 125 + i: paper ; 222 x 145 (195 x 110) mm.
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