MS. Lat. class. e. 29
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
The bulk of the volume (fols.17–182) contains a transcript by Protasio Crivelli, the Milanese painter, of the collection of inscriptions made by Joannes Jocundus (Giocondo) of Verona. This MS. is referred to by J. B. de Rossi (Inscr. Christ. urb. Rom. II. p. 397) as belonging to the second edition, dedicated to Ludovious de Agnellis, but in fact it has the dedication of the first edition to Lorenzo dei Medici. There follows (fol.182v) a similar collection, also in Crivelli's hand, and perhaps also a part of Giocondo's collections. This is followed (fol.224v) by additions of the same character in different hands of the 16th century. See G. Rushforth Carlo Crivelli, Lond., 1900, p. 79 note. To the main part of the ms. were added:
Similar to but not identical with those published by Mommsen in Keil, Grammatici Latini vol.IV.
22 long lines, above top line
16th cent. brown calf with blind-stamped foliate panels; two clasps (fastening from the upper to the lower board)