MS. Barocci 79
Summary Catalogue no.: 79
Aristotle Early 14th cent.
Fol. 123v blank.
Ruling: 24–7 lines. Ruling type similar to Leroy 44D1.
One scholarly hand; ἀνάγκη is frequently abbreviated ἀνᾱ. Scholia and interlinear notes, mainly by the scribe, a few in other hands, all probably of the 14th cent. Variants from other MS(S). frequently noted by γρ. At 216b17 (fol. 49r) a long marginal note begins: ἰϲτέον ὅτι τὸ παρὸν ..... οὐκ ἐξηγοῦνται οὔτε ὁ Ϲυμπλίκιοϲ οὔτε ὁ Φιλόπονοϲ Ἰωάννηϲ. ἢ τοίνυν ἐν τοῖϲ παρ’ αὐτοῖϲ ἀντιγράφοιϲ οὐκ ἦν κείμενον τὸ παρόν, ἢ ὑπ’ ἄλλου τινὸϲ ὕϲτερον προϲτεθεῖται. ὅμωϲ δὲ ἐξηγητέον καὶ ϲαφηνιτέον ἐϲ δύναμιν τῷ φιλοϲοφωτάτῳ διδαϲκάλῳ κατακολουθοῦνταϲ τῷ ὁϲιωτάτῳ Δαμιανῷ.
Rubrication: titles, initials and a few of the scholia in faded red.
Binding of blind-stamped brown leather, 15th–16th cent., perhaps Venetian.