|Creator:||Jacobus, Mediolanensis, active 13th century Hilton, Walter, d. 1396|
[between 1400 and 1450]
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Script: Written by a single scribe in bold, upright gothic textura; commentary added in an inelegant cursive (16th century).
Trimming has affected some marginal commentary; f. 108 badly mutilated with loss of text. Leaves at beginning and end of codex stained and repaired.
Binding: Nineteenth century. Red edges. Brown goatskin, blind- and gold-tooled.
Manuscript on parchment (thick, furry) of Stimulus amoris, translated into English by Walter Hilton from a Latin devotional text often attributed to Bonaventure. Followed by an anonymous devotional treatise.
ff. iii + 108 + iii : parchment ; 226 x 163 (149 x 102) mm.
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