MS. Lat. class. d. 26
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
With elementary glosses and marginalia.
S.Severino and Cingoli are in Macerata.
25 long lines, written above top line
Written in a poor humanist script by Pierus Martini Servantii de S. Severino
Blank spaces left for initials not filled in.
Original binding: sewn on three alum-tawed split straps, laced into wood boards covered with of blind-tooled polished brown leather; remains of a single strap at the fore-edge
Provenance and Acquisition
Written by Pierus Martini Servantii de S. Severino, 1468
Guglielmo Libri, his sale, 1859, lot 257
Phillipps sale at Sotheby's, 21 March 1895 and four following days, lot 177, bought by Tregaskis for £2 15s.
Richard Hancock (bookplate)
E. P. Goldschmidt, with his pencil inscriptions and stock no. '#9890', his cat. XV, no. 9
Bought by the Bodleian in 1928.