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New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections,  03 Western
Description: ff. 180 - Half bound in calf over pasteboard with the author and title written in ink on the fore edge. - Leander van Ess; Sir Thomas Phillipps, his n. 589 (from "591" as first inscribed on the pastedown). On f. i, bookseller slip of the firm of Bull and Auvache, 34 & 35 Hart Street, Bloomsbury, W. C., London, Cat. 358 (October 1911).
Acknowledgments: - We thank Mary Katherine Hurley for her description of this manuscript.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 0
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Language: Latin Country: Germany Century: 15th

Part 1: ff. 1-180v
Description: - Paper - 315 x 204 mm - 2 columns of 54 lines; ruling very difficult to see, but at least the frame is in some form of drypoint (see f. i).
Country: GermanyCardinal point:
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Assigned Date: s. XVSearchable Date Range: 1400 - 1499
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
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Script: Cursive
Notes: Contemporary foliation in arabic numerals in the center of the upper recto margin. Latin
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: ff. i + 1-180v
Author: Jerome
Title: Epistles
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Postquam epistolam tue sanctitatis accepi confestim accito notario
Explicit: et animos semper malum conscientie formidantes, cereos accendisse sit gratum.
Notes: On f. i, "Incipiunt capitula in epistolari beati Iheronimi prespiteri" with chapter list on f. 1r-v. On ff. 1v-2, the first letter is that of Pope Damasus to Jerome, "Dormientem te et longo iam tempore legentem potius quam scribentem questiunculis ad te missis excitare disposui . . ." The final leaves, ff. 177v-180v, in a more cursive and cramped script but with the same (?) red rubrics and initials.