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TitleDialexis /Translate
AuthorGennadius Constantinopolitanus.
Imprint[Southern Netherlands], Translate
Year[1470-1480] Translate
Techniquedecorated initials with border decoration Translate
Size155 x 110 mm. Translate
AnnotationPreliminary title.
Date and location based on the style of the decoration.
The coat of arms of David of Burgundy is depicted on fol. 7r.
The manuscript contains a dedication to David of Burgundy by Johannes Polo de Albo Castro (fols. 4r-6v).
Cite as: Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht Hs. 1587 (Hs 7 F 32).
Translated from the Greek into Latin by Georgius Hieronymus Spartanus.
According to notes in the manuscript (fols. 1v and 2r), owned by the Canons Regular (Agnietenberg), Zwolle, who acquired it from the library of David of Burgundy, bishop of Utrecht, through the mediation of brother Jacob of Burgundy and his relative Johannes de Zijl.
[A. Hulshof], Catalogus codicum manu scriptorum Bibliothecae Universitatis Rheno-Traiectinae. II. Traiecti ad Rhenum 1909. P. 74.
C. Dekker, Het Onze-Lieve-Vrouwe-kapittel van Kapelle en de stichting van de parochie Biezelinge 1503-1529. Goes 1979. P. 40-42.
P.O. Kristeller, Iter Italicum. Accedunt alia itinera. A finding list of uncatalogued or incompletely catalogued humanistic manuscripts of the Renaissance in Italian and other libraries IV (alia itinera II): Great Britain to Spain. London etc. 1989. P. 384.
K. van der Horst, Illuminated and decorated medieval manuscripts in the University Library, Utrecht. An illustrated catalogue. Maarssen / 's-Gravenhage 1989. P. 41 nr. 148, afb. 648.
Koninklijke Bibliotheek; 's-Gravenhage; Exchange; before 1909
Koninklijke Bibliotheek; 's-Gravenhage; Exchange; before 1909.
LocationUniversiteitsbibliotheek UtrechtTranslate
Call numberHSS: Hs 7 F 32Translate