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United Kingdom / Aylesbury / Waddesdon Manor

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  1. (f. 1r-54r) Christine de Pizan, L'epistre Othea, avec le prologue à Philippe le Hardi, duc de Bourgogne
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Description matérielle

Copiste:Inconnu
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Date:I. Seconde moitié du XIIIe siècle
Nombre de feuillets:57
Foliotation:1-57
Format:423 × 313 mm
Support:Parchemin
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Décoration:115 miniatures
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Possesseurs

Vente Sotheby's, 28 février 1825, n° 41
Henry Perkins (sa vente, 1873, n° 374)

Bibliographie

  • The Perkins library. A catalogue of the very valuable and important library formed by the late Henry Perkins, esq., at the beginning of the present century, and comprising many splendid illuminated manuscripts of the highest class, a remarkable collection of ancient Bibles, examples of printing on vellum of the greates beauty and rarity, and other most choice specimens of early typography, the four folio editions of Shakespeare, numerous valuable county histories, and fine books in all classes of literature, which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Gadsden, Ellis and Co., in the great library at Hanworth Park, on Tuesday, June 3rd [1873] and three following days. At one o'clock precisely, London, Gadsden, Ellis and Co. [1873], [iii] + 99 p. (ici p. 44-45, no 374) [GB] [IA]
  • Christine de Pizan, Epistre Othea. Édition critique par Gabriella Parussa, Genève, Droz (Textes littéraires français, 517), 1999, [vi] + 541 p. (ici p. 108, ms. D IV)
    Compte rendu: Liliane Dulac et Christine Reno, dans Revue des langues romanes, 110:1, 2006, p. 285-289.
Rédaction: Laurent Brun
Dernière mise à jour: 7 janvier 2018