[1422, 1423 or 1424]
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Script: Three hands: art. 1 is copied by the scribe Conrad Payel in a highly abbreviated Gothica Cursiva Currens; art. 2 is in Gothica Cursiva Libraria; art. 3 in the same type of script; "Hufnagel" musical notation.
Red heightening of the majuscules and red decoration of the horizontal lines separating the various sections of the text of art. 1, art.1 up to f. 4v; reserved initials (not executed) in the same art.; no decoration in the second part of art. 1 and in artt. 2 and 3.
The fragments are badly cropped, soiled and damaged and important text parts are lost; reading is very difficult. Rectangular excisions at the upper or at the lower edge of the leaves.
Binding: Nineteenth century. Marbled paper over pasteboard.
From the library of John Milton Berdan, Yale 1896. Purchased on the Edwin J. Beinecke Fund.
Manuscript fragment on paper of 1) Collecta super grammatica, final part. 2) Full declension of the degrees of comparison of “doctus”, “fortis”, “sapiens” and “bonus”. 3) Antiphon for Purification, with musical notation..
ff. 8 : paper ; ca. 200 x ca. 145 mm.
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