MS. Barocci 177
Summary Catalogue no.: 177
Aristoteles 13th cent.
with scholia; the lost leaf from between fols. 54 and 55 contained 42b21 τὸ Δ – πλὴν ὡϲ κατὰ ϲυμ- 43a34
breaking off at 175b32 ὥϲτε κἂν εἰ μὴ
Ruling: 24–32 lines. Ruling type Leroy 00C1.
One scribe, with a very untidy and variable hand; iota subscript; scholia and glosses by the same scribe, very numerous on some folios, especially at the beginning of the book.
Rubrication: crude headpieces, simple penwork ornament, titles and initials, variously in brown, purple and vermilion. Fol. 167 has been damaged by fire.
Ornamental headpieces. Diagrams. (Hutter iii. 115, Abb. 437)
1 fol. 7r a short note in Hebrew (?).
2 fol. 48r iste sunt figure silogismorum.
3 fol. 105r, probably 14th or 15th cent., θεόδωροϲ.
4 several later hands, 14th to 16th cent., have added marginalia; one of these may be Andrea Dono.
Binding of blind-stamped brown leather over wood, in late Byzantine style, 15th–16th cent.; the Greek spine is only partially visible owing to repairs; hunting-scene stamps; clasps now missing.