[between 1450 and 1500]
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Purchased by Thomas E. Marston who gave it to Yale in 1936.
Watermarks: similar to Briquet Tete de boeuf 14873.
Script: Written in humanistic script by a single scribe.
Six illuminated initials in blue or green, 6- to 5-line on gold rectangular grounds (ff. 1r, 20r, 32v, 45v, 59r, 76r); smaller initials, in blue, for the remaining satires.
Binding: Sixteenth century (?). Vellum stays and vellum reinforcement of own end leaves. Resewn on three slit straps bound in wooden boards covered in brown leather, blind-tooled, with two catches on the upper board. Too heavily restored to tell much about the binding.
Manuscript on paper of 1) Juvenal, Satirae I-XVI. 2) Persius, Prologue followed by Satirae I-VI.
ff. iv + 90 : paper ; 215 x 127 (150 x 80) mm.
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