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Ethica.

Ethica.

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Creator: Aristotle Bruni, Leonardo, 1369-1444
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Date: [ca. 1450]
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Script: Text written in a well formed humanistic bookhand by a single scribe; the rubrics, in majuscules, by another scribe who used excessive punctuation.
The decoration is by Gioacchino de' Gigantibus. A gold initial, 5-line, on f. 1r embedded in white vine ornament, extending into sides, top, and lower margin, filled in with green, red, and blue, with small section at regular intervals filled with gold; a green bird near the initial; in lower margin, an empty laurel wreath supported by putti filled later with a coat of arms (unidentified) in pen, now effaced; a few gold dots with hair-spray in brown ink. Other initials, gold, 5- to 4-line, on ff. 7r, 93v, 106v, 126r, 161v, in same manner, but with gold infilling.
Significant stains in margins of first few leaves.
Binding: Eighteenth century. Edges gilt. Green calf with tan, gold-tooled label.
Acquired by David Wagstaff; gift of Mrs. David Wagstaff in 1943.
Abstract:
Manuscript on parchment of Aristotle, Ethica. An anonymous Tuscan translation made for Nuno de Guzman from the Latin translation of Leonardo Bruni.
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ff. i + 180 + i : parchment ; 260 x 180 (164 x 113) mm.
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