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[Elegantiolae]

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Main Author: Dati, Agostino
Other Names: Martin, | Prudentius,
Published: [Germany, between 1475 and 1500]
Topics: Christian literature, Latin - Early works to 1800. | Christian poetry, Latin - Early works to 1800. | Rhetoric, Medieval - Early works to 1800. | Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) - Illinois - Urbana - Specimens. | Manuscripts, Medieval - Illinois - Urbana - Specimens.
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035 |a(OCoLC)ocm70560741
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100 1 |aDati, Agostino,|d1420-1478.
240 10|aElegantiolae
245 10|a[Elegantiolae]
260 |a[Germany,|cbetween 1475 and 1500]
300 |a112 leaves :|bpaper ;|c212 x 151 mm. bound to 220 x 157 mm.
500 |aMs. codex.
500 |aLayout: Written in 13-22 long lines, with contemporaneous marginal glosses throughout, occasionally obscured by trimmed edges. Frame-ruled throughout: in lead with single vertical lines from 1r-46v, in dry point with double vertical lines from 47r-78v; single vertical lines from 79r onward. Leaves blank but ruled at: 42r-47v, 78v, 90rv, and 112rv.
500 |aScript: Written in various hands of Gothic cursive, all dating to the late 15th century.
500 |aDecoration: Rubricated initials, paragraph marks, and underlining throughout.
500 |aBinding: Modern binding (19th-century?) over paper boards.
500 |aOrigin: Presumably in Germany in the closing decades of the 15th century, as per the hands and the watermark, which corresponds to the family of watermarks identified by Briquet (e.g., nos. 15369, 15370, 15376), dating to the 1480s and 1490s in Germany (e.g., Landsberg, Eichstadt, and Rattenberg) and marked by the following features: a serpent coiled around a cross that protrudes from the top of a cattle head.
500 |aProvenance: 1. Listed in catalog no. 120 of L. Rosenthal, 1910 -- 2. Purchased from C.A. Stonehill, 1950.
500 |aShelf-mark: Urbana, IL, University of Illinois Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Pre-1650 MS 0103.
505 0 |a1. fol. 1r-41r: [Elegantiolae (incomplete) / Agostino Dati] -- 2. fol. 48r-78r: [Tractatus philosophicus (incomplete)] -- 3. fol. 79r-85v: [Dittochaeon: "Eva columba fuit tunc candida, nigra deinde..." / Prudentius] -- 4. fol. 86r-89v: [Hymni: Crux fidelis] -- 5. fol. 91r-111r: [Formula vitae honestae / Martin of Braga].
506 |aOpen to researchers.
510 4 |aFaye & Bond,|cp. 173-174, no. 103
510 4 |aIter Italicum, vol. 5,|cp. 405
510 4 |aSchoenberg,|c41184, 56523
510 4 |aStegmüller,|c7012
520 |aA miscellany of texts, dating to the late 15th century but likely bound together at a later date, containing the Elegantiolae of Agostino Dati, an anonymous work called the Tractatus philosophicus (inc. "Licet homo inter alia animalia...), the Dittochaeon (or Tituli historiarum) of Prudentius, the hymn "Crux fidelis," and the Formula vitae honestae of Martin of Braga.
546 |aLatin.
583 |aItem cataloged in hand by the staff of the University of Illinois Rare Book & Manuscript Library (CC), 17 July 2006; revised by DM, 13 January 2014.
650 0|aChristian literature, Latin|vEarly works to 1800.
650 0|aChristian poetry, Latin|vEarly works to 1800.
650 0|aRhetoric, Medieval|vEarly works to 1800.
650 0|aManuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)|zIllinois|zUrbana|vSpecimens.
650 0|aManuscripts, Medieval|zIllinois|zUrbana|vSpecimens.
700 0 |aMartin,|cof Braga, Saint,|dapproximately 515-579 or 580.|tFormula vitae honestae.
700 0 |aPrudentius,|d348-|tDittochaeon.
710 2 |aC.A. Stonehill, Inc.,|ebookseller.
710 2 |aPre-1650 Manuscript Collection (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library)
710 2 |aUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.|bRare Book & Manuscript Library.|kManuscript.|nPre-1650 MS 0103.
752 |aGermany.
994 |aC0|bUIU

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