|Creator:||Seuse, Heinrich, 1295-1366|
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Script: Written in batarde script, below top line.
Plain initials, 4- to 1-line, headings, paragraph marks, initial strokes, foliation and underlining, all in red.
Binding: 1800-1810, France. Diced brown calf, blind-and gold-tooled. Edges gilt. Stains from turn-ins of early binding on original front parchment pastedown. Rebacked.
Purchased from Maggs Bros. of London in 1955 by L. C. Witten, who sold it in 1957 to Thomas E. Marston.
Manuscript on parchment of The Horloge de Sapience, a loose translation and adaptation into French of Henry Suso, Horologium sapientiae. With a Colophon, in French verse, stating that the translation was made by a French Franciscan master of theology at Neufchateau in 1389.
ff. ii + i + 181 + ii : parchment ; 324 x 222 (228 x 140) mm.
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