Iulius, Paris (s. IV)
One of the earliest and most famous manuscripts of Valerius Maximus; its importance lies in the autograph reworkings by Lupus of Ferrières. Lupus himself wrote the Exempla and the comment on the sometime "flyleaves" (f. II-III), repeatedly collated the main text, added supplements from the parallel transmission of Iulius Paris (an abbreviator of Valerius Maximus) and also its accompanying text (Gaius Titius Probus: De praenominibus; f. 158va-159r). In making the fresh description a hitherto unnoticed letter- or charter-like text was discovered on the last page (f. 159v).
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- Bongars, Jacques (Former possessor) | Daniel, Pierre (Former possessor) | Gravisset, Jakob von (Former possessor) | Hortin, Samuel (Librarian) | Iulius, Paris (Author) | Lupus, Ferrariensis (Annotator) | Titus Probus, Gaius (Author) | Valerius Maximus (Author) | Wild, Marquard (Librarian) Found in: Standard description