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Script: Copied by one hand in careful Humanistica Textualis.
Space for headings was provided at the head of each Satire, but the headings were not executed. Satt. 2-16 open with a 3-line (6-line Satt. 6 and 7) plain initial (Capitalis) in blue. On f. 1r (Sat. 1) 6-line white vinestem initial integrated in a three-margins left border in the same style and colours; in the lower section of the latter, between two birds, there is a damaged coat of arms in a wreath. Guide letters.
Binding: Original Italian brown leather over thin wooden boards, the covers blind-tooled and decorated with gold dots. Spine with three raised bands. Remnants of two clasps, attached to the front cover by means of brass nails with engraved heads; palmette-shaped thin brass catches fixed to the rear cover with three nails each. The pastedowns and flyleaves are covered with carefully written notes and quotations on grammar, morals, education, etymology and meaning of rare words, variant readings in classical texts, etc.
Manuscript on parchment of Decimus Iunius Iuvenalis, Satirae. With a Survey of the Satires copied in Satirae, with their incipits and subjects and Quotations and proverbs, added by a later hand.
ff. i + 78 + i : parchment ; 185 x 130 mm.
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