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LUL MS.F.4.6: Marsilius de Inghen, Abbreviata libri physicorum Aristotelis. In Latin. Italy, 1463.

Detail of MS.F.4.6: Marsilius de Inghen, Abbr...Physical description: On paper. 89 leaves, 280 x 210 mm.

Contents: Scribe's name 'Evangelistam de Car....' and dates of writing given on f.84-86; with ex-libris on f.89v. Horizontal ruling in quires 1-2 only.

Decoration: Initials red or blue, some patterned in white.

Binding: Contemporary binding: wooden boards, clasps at head and foot and two clasps at side.

Provenance 1463-1471:  Note of purchase in 1471 by Johannes Matthaeus Ferrarius de Gradibus from Joh. Franciscus de Guateris, Pavia.

Provenance 1800-1900: slip from 19th century booksellers catalogue pasted inside front cover.

Provenance 1900-1900: Thomas Glazebrook Rylands (1818-1900) bequest (1900).  Rylands catalogue, page 14.

Published descriptions

  • 1900: John Sampson, A catalogue of the books ... bequeathed by the late Thomas Glazebrook Rylands ... to the Library of University College Liverpool (Liverpool: University Press, 1900).
  • 1983: N. R. Ker, Medieval manuscripts in British libraries (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983).


Microfilm copy available for consultation.

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