|Creator:||Geoffrey, of Vinsauf, fl. 1200|
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Decoration: large initial P, characteristic of late fourteenth or early fifteenth century Northern Italian initials (f. 1r); two heads, one of a bishop (f. 43r); rubricated initials at section headings.
Inscription: "Liber guidini et jacobi de piasiis."
Inscription: "Liber elisey de piasiis; Puluis ut inuentum sic desunt septra potentum."
Watermark: similar to Bricquet 4001 (Venice, 1401) and 4002 (Bergamo, 1402).
Lines 2081-98 of the printed text, a section missing from many versions, appear at the end (after line 2116).
Binding: modern quarter calf binding.
Purchased for the James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection.
Manuscript, on paper, in Gothic bookhand by several different scribes, produced in Northern Italy around 1400.
1 vol. (43 ff.) ; 28 cm. x 21 cm.
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