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Ars dictandi

Ars dictandi

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Date: 1448.
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Watermarks, in gutter: unidentified bull's head.
Script: Written in hasty batarde script by a single scribe.
Crude initials, 3- to 2- line, headings, underlining, paragraph marks, in red.
Binding: Nineteenth century, France. Semi-limp vellum case made from French document, with only dorse visible.
Leaves of the text have been misbound, with ff. 5, 6, 7 now at conclusion.
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Manuscript on paper of epistolary forms extracted from an unidentified Aurea gemma de arte dictandi.
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ff. i + 19 + i : paper ; 225 x 155 (152 x 103) mm.
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Object ID: 10999500
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