|Creator:||Albertano, da Brescia, 13th cent|
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Script: Written by a single scribe in an informal gothic bookhand, below top line.
Initials for major text divisions in red with designs on parchment ground, 18- to 4-line, and some (e.g., f. 28r) with modest penwork designs in red and/or black. Small plain initials, 3- to 1-line, rubrics, and paragraph marks, in red.
Binding: Nineteenth century, Italy. Quarter bound in tan paper with semi-limp paper sides. Written, in ink, on spine: "De Scientia/ Loquendi/ Tacendi/ Manos" and "Albertani/ Pergomena". On parchment leaves at front and rear: rust stains from five bosses and 2 fore-edge fastenings of an earlier binding.
Purchased in 1954 from B. Rosenthal by Thomas E. Martson.
Manuscript on parchment of Albertano da Brescia, 1) Liber de doctrina dicendi et tacendi. 2) Liber consolationis et consilii. 3) De amore et dilectione Dei. 4-8) Sermones. 9) De omnibus ordinibus omnium hominum. 10-13) Unidentified moralistic passages. 14) Ps.-Seneca, Proverbia. 15) Seneca, De beneficiis (extracts).
ff. i + 104 + i : parchment ; 227 x 156 (155 x 100) mm.
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