|Creator:||Bonisoli, Ognibene, ca. 1412-1474|
[between 1450 and 1500]
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Collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 9511). Presented to Yale by Thomas E. Marston in 1936.
Watermarks: similar to Briquet Balance 2489.
Script: Written by a single scribe in italic for the text and marginal notes, and in modified capitals for headings.
Decorative initial and border outlined in red, but uncolored, appear on f. 1r. Frequent use of red ink in headings, marginalia and for long sections of the text.
Water and ink stains throughout; some loss of text.
Binding: Nineteenth century. Brown calf, blind- and gold-tooled.
Manuscript on paper of 1) Leonicenus Omnibonus, De arte metrica. 2) Donatus, De Barbarismo et soloecismo (Ars maior, Part 3). 3) Lorenzo Guglielmo Traversagni de Savone, O. F. M. (1425-1503), Opusculum de re rhetorica. 4) Pseudo-Priscian, De accentibus.
ff. ii + 45 + ii : paper ; 215 x 120 (125 x 62) mm.
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