Detail View: Medieval Manuscript Leaves Collection: De essencia divinitatis Domini et de invisibilitate et immensitate eius

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Medieval Manuscript Leaves
De essencia divinitatis Domini et de invisibilitate et immensitate eius
PL 30, col. 175
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Jerome, Saint
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-419 or 420
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Jerome, Saint, -419 or 420
religious texts
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St. Jerome, De essencia divinitatis Domini et de invisibilitate et immensitate eius (PL 30, col. 175). Germany, mid s. xiii. 247 x 178 mm. Parchment. Bifolium (cropped at top). Double column; each column 90 x 71 mm.; 32/33 lines to each column; ruled and bounded in plummet. Prick marks visible. Some simple red painted initials; some rubrication.
Hieronymus, St. De essentia divinitatis domini & de invisibilitate & immensitate eius. Germany, mid 13th c. Double leaf--conjugate but not consecutive. Note pinholes on outer and lower margins. Also scribal addition in bottom margin. Gothica Textualis, having some resemblance to SGL Tab. 12 ("Helvetia 1261"). See also SHT pl. 10 ("France 1250").
Cataloged from existing description: Medieval Manuscripts in the Norlin Library & the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Colorado at Boulder: A Summary Catalogue
Cataloged from existing description: Medieval, Renaissance, and 15th-17th Century Manuscripts in the Special Collections Department, University Libraries, University of Colorado at Boulder
This collection was purchased from Barney Rosenthal (San Francisco) between 1973 and 1982.
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Manuscripts, Medieval -- Colorado -- Boulder
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marginalia (annotations)
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colored ink
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illuminated manuscripts
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initials (layout features)
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Thirteenth century
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Special Collections, Archives & Preservation, University of Colorado Boulder
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