MS. Add. C. 73
Summary Catalogue no.: 28970
He wrote fols. 157–72v later; other hands have written over his writing on fols. 157–69v.
Followed by some philosophical notes.
A Latin verse translation of the Italian poem 'Io semmai el campo'.
1 col., 33 lines.
Written by Thomas Murchius of Genoa (see fol. 1) in 1493 at Pavia.
Borders, initials. (Pächt and Alexander ii. 746)
Coloured borders (one with partly erased coat of arms), coloured initials, rubrics.
Provenance and Acquisition
Arms, fol. 3: gules, a lion or, holding an unidentfied object. Possibly of Thomas Murchius.
Bought from H. T. Wake on Dec. 8, 1869 for £1 5s.
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.