Detail View: Medieval Manuscript Leaves Collection: History of Rome. Italy.

Collection Name: 
Medieval Manuscript Leaves
Title: 
History of Rome. Italy.
Uniform Title: 
Ab urbe condita
Name Part: 
Livy
Genre: 
Chronicles
Date Created: 
[between 1400 and 1500]
Date Captured: 
8/27/2009
Language Term: 
Latin
Extent: 
69438864
Abstract: 
Recto: Bk. XXVII, ch. X, 1.4–ch. X, 1.12; verso: Bk. XXVII, ch. X, 1.12–ch. XI, 1.6. [Most of these mss. now in Bodleian Library. Recent Bod. Lib. records name the scribe.]
Abstract: 
223 x 155 mm. Parchment. Single column; 110 x 161 mm.; 24 lines.
Note: 
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
Note: 
Cataloged from existing description: Medieval, Renaissance, and 15th-17th Century Manuscripts in the Special Collections Department, University Libraries, University of Colorado at Boulder
Note: 
Provenance: Originally sold Sotheby's, 23 January 1950, lot 461; partly resold, Sotheby's, 11 December 1984, lot 51 (this part now Bodleian Library, Lat. class, e. 52, to which has been added one leaf donated by University of North Carolina, Greensboro, from their portfolio no. 38; see Peter Kidd, Bodleian Library Record 16 [1998]: 272-73).
Subject Topic: 
Manuscripts, Medieval -- Colorado -- Boulder
Subject Geographic: 
Italy
Subject Temporal: 
Fifteenth century
Related Item Type: 
reverse
Related Item Identifier: 
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Related Item Identifier URI: 
http://cudl.colorado.edu/luna/servlet/s/vad935
Identifier: 
ege039a.jpg
Physical Location: 
Special Collections, Archives & Preservation, University of Colorado Boulder
Shelf Identifier: 
Ege 39
Access Condition: 
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