Arnulfus, Aurelianensis (ca. S. XII)
This text by Lucan is accompanied by marginal and interlinear glosses in various hands, which are partly contemporaneous, partly later; the most recent in an Italian hand that can be dated to the 14th/15th century. In the margin of f. 69v is a simple drawing of the mappa mundi. At least until the end of the 18th century, the manuscript belonged to the Carmelites of S. Paolo in Ferrara.
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- Arnulfus, Aurelianensis (Commentator) Found in: Standard description
- Arnulfus, Aurelianensis (Commentator) | Bodmer, Martin (Former possessor) | Libri, Guillaume (Former possessor) | Lucanus, Marcus Annaeus (Author) | Phillipps, Thomas (Former possessor) | Robinson, William H. Ltd. (London) (Seller) Found in: Standard description
This Dominican-type breviary is from Zurich. It contains texts on the saints' days and on the Commune of saints. Thomas Aquinas is especially emphasized (2r has an initial stretching over 10 lines with a pen drawing of the saint).
Online Since: 11/10/2016