MS. Lat. class. d. 28
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
ends (67.192 1.24), testibus deesset, with the marginal note ‘vacat exemplum usque ad finem orationis’
ends (19.61 1.2): debere tibi dicis Quintium
37 long lines, written above top line
Plain red initials.
Plain parchment case-binding with yapped edges; apparently lettered on all three edges, perhaps including the words 'CICERONIS' and 'ORATIONES'; the spine with a red-leather title-piece lettered in gilt 'CICERONIS | ORATIONES | CODIC. CART. | SEC. XV.'
Provenance and Acquisition
On fol. 80v is a letter dated Perusie, 5 Kal. Jul. 1449, in which the writer offers his services to Antonius. On fol.97v – 98 are pen trials in various types of script, among them ‘Illustrissimo et excellentissimo domino Antonio de Manfredi de Florentia’. There are marginalia in a contemporary hand.
Digital Bodleian (1 image from 35mm slides)
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.