MS. D'Orville 115
Summary Catalogue no.: 16993
Former shelfmark: Auct. X. 1. 4. 13
The first few pages are wanting, the commentary beginning 'διά τε τόν Διονύσιον', but the MS. originally contained 160 leaves more, the present sections running from κα. 21 to λβ. 32 in eights.
Marginalia by Bessarion (according to H. Günther, 'Andronikos Kallistos und das Studium griechischer Dichtertexte', Eikasmos X (1999), 315–334 at 322-3)
Provenance and Acquisition
Jacques Phillippe D'Orville of Amsterdam (1690–1751); acquired by him in Italy (MS. D'Orville 302, fol. 15r).
Jean D'Orville, b. 1734, his son, by descent.
Jean D'Orville, son of Jean, by descent.
Sold to the Rev. John Cleaver Banks (1765/6–1845): purchased from him by the Bodleian.
Acquired by the Bodleian in 1804. Previous shelfmark Auct. X. 1. 3. 18.
Digital Bodleian (full digital facsimile)
Last Substantive Revision
2022-07: Description revised with reference to Summary Catalogue and literature as cited.