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|Material Type:||Manuscript, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brisebare; Eustache Deschamps; Oton de Granson; Guillaume, de Machaut; Philippe de Vitry; Francesco Petrarca
|Language Note:||Middle French.|
Title from Zacour-Hirsch Catalogue.
Collation: a-h8 (i-m8, n6-1).
Foliation: [i], 1-68, 68-98 [99-100], [i] in black ink, upper outer corner, in the later hand of the compiler of the incomplete index (f. 97r).
Layout: Written in two columns of 36-38 lines in brown ink with red used for headings and capital strokes.
Script: Written by several similar cursive hands.
Decoration: Several decorated (penwork) initials and one inhabited initial with a face (f. 1r).
Binding: Modern leather, "French lyric poetry Machaut Grandson" on spine.
Origin: Written in France, ca. 1400 (Zacour-Hirsch).
Five lines from sonnet CXLVI of Petrarch's Rime (f. 94r).
Incomplete index (f. 96r).
Inscription on f. 1r: "Droit est ferme," (Isabella of Bavaria?).
Description of manuscript by bookseller Laurence Witten on file in Library.
|Description:||101 leaves : parchment ; 300 x 240 (195 x 160) mm. bound to 306 x 250 mm.|