MS. Canon. Misc. 47
Summary Catalogue no.: 19523
On fol. 221 is 'tabula stellarum fixarum . . . 1440'. The work was 'abreuiatus ex libro majore' and the date is evidently the date when this was done; there is much alteration throughout.
1 col., c. 38-40 lines, written space c. 195-210 × 150-66 mm.
Diagrams, tables. (Pächt and Alexander ii. 975)
15th century, Italian (as MS.): wood boards, left bare in quarter-leather style; the original leather spine (lost) had extended across one third of each board and was secured with a vertical row of (lost) tightly-spaced nails, 1+12+1 (front) and 1+11+1 (back); central strap of red tawed leather, mostly lost, with a back-cover metal catch-plate moulded with ‘yh’s’ in a sunburst under monogram ‘SS[?]’. Spine of rough plain brown leather, ?18th century, Italian, now preserved inside front cover; again rebacked in light brown leather, 20th century, Bodleian. 290 × 218–220 × c. 63 mm. (book closed).
Digital Bodleian (full digital facsimile)
Last Substantive Revision
2022-07: Incorporated additional information from Dated and Datable catalogue.