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Script: Artt. 1-3 are copied by one hand writing Humanistica Cursiva Libraria with relatively many abbreviations. The numerous marginal lemmata, headings or Nota-marks are, apart from a few later additions, by the same hand. Artt. 4-5 are by two different 16th century Italian hands.
Watermark: a horn (var. Briquet 7686). An unknown number of bifolios is missing between ff. 28 and 29.
Artt. 1-3: a few red or pale red headings; Paragraph marks, capitals and stroking of the majuscules in the same colour. The running headlines indicate the number of the Dialogue or Book excerpted on the page below; they are in black in art. 1, in red (e.g. "Li.// 28") in artt. 2-3. Artt. 4-5 are undecorated.
Binding: Nineteenth century (?). Mottled beige paper over pasteboard.
Manuscript on paper of 1) Excerpts from Plato (427-347 B.C.), De legibus, in Latin translation. 2) Excerpts from Plinius Maior (23-79), Naturalis historia, C. Mayhoff, ed. (Teubner, 1906 ff.), Books 27-37. With an additional text: Italian remedy for healing ringworm.
ff. i + 56 + i : paper ; 290 x 115 mm.
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