MS. Lat. class. e. 30
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
With a few marginal variants and glosses. All except 1 and 16 are preceded by hexameters summarizing the contents, written by Guarino of Verona; (cf. Sabbadini, La scuola e gli studi di Guarino, Catania, 1896, p.97) and pr.by Endlicher, Cat. codd. lat. Vindobon., no CCXXI, p. 116.
19 long lines, below top line
Fine initials. (P&A ii. 547, pl. L)
Illuminated initials on fols. 1, 27, 44v, 62, 80v, the rest plain red and blue capitals
Bound by Douglas Cockerell, 1901. Bound in brown leather over pasteboards, the upper cover lettered in gilt 'IUVENALIS'; with two clasps; signed and dated on the lower turn-in
Provenance and Acquisition
At the bottom of fol. 1 two coats of arms, (1) in the centre: per fess or and azure, six cinquefoils thrice, two and one counter-changed for Loredano, between the letters P.L.; (2) a later addition: azure, an eagle's claw winged grasping a cushion for Rolandi (?), between the letters F.R.
Bequeathed by him, 1931