MS. Canon. Bibl. Lat. 38
Summary Catalogue no.: 18930
Preceded by the Summarium bibliae
An erased colophon on fol. 371 seems to end ‘anno domini m.cccc.xxvi(?)ij’.
Fols. i-viii verso: 1 col., c. 45 lines, written space 190 × 130 mm.
Fols. 1-337v: 2 cols., 76 lines, column space 180 × 55 mm.
Fols. 341-371: 3 cols., 65 lines, column space 180 × 40 mm.
Written by Johannes de Luxa, who also wrote MS. Canon. Ital. 223 in 1442; colophons by him in other manuscripts show that he was chancellor of Kotor.
Fine historiated initials (coloured pen drawings). Same style as Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum MS. 301, written by Johannes in 1423 for Francesco Foscari, doge of Venice (P&A ii. 458, pl. XLV)
Coloured initials (some historiated), rubrics.
Last Substantive Revision
2019-08-14: Description revised with reference to Watson