Manuscript/Mixed Material [Codex diplomaticus.] Washington codex / Book of privileges / Columbus codex

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Title
[Codex diplomaticus.]
Other Title
Washington codex
Book of privileges
Columbus codex
Contributor Names
Columbus, Christopher.
Everett, Edward, 1794-1865, former owner.
Everett, William, 1839-1910, former owner.
Spain. Sovereign (1479-1504 : Ferdinand V and Isabella I)
Catholic Church. Pope (1492-1503 : Alexander VI).
Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[Seville, Spain], [1502]
Subject Headings
-  Spain--Charters, grants, privileges
-  America--Discovery and exploration--Spanish--Sources
-  Columbus, Christopher
Notes
-  Cataloged from surrogates: information from de Ricci and J.W. Hessler. Christopher Columbus Book of privileges ..., 2014.
-  Documents in Spanish and Latin.
-  Ms. codex cartulary.
-  The work of several scribes in script typical of the early 16th century. Number of lines per folio: approximately 26-approximately 40 lines.
-  Some elaborate initials, decorated with flourishes and bands.
-  Modern binding, English or American Russia leather.
-  Copied by Spanish notaries from documents now in the archives of Spain.
-  Ricci, S. de. Census of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the United States and Canada, p. 183, no. 16
-  Includes the papal bull, Dudum siquidem.
-  Photographic reproduction available in Hessler, J.W. Christopher Columbus Book of privileges ..., 2014.
-  Purchase Rev. William Everett, 9 Mar. 1901.
-  At the end is written (ca. 1800) Ferdinando Becheroni Portiere di Casa di Duca di Albanicche. Signed Luigi Cacciatore. Purchased in Florence (7 Nov. 1818) by Edward Everett.
Medium
49 leaves : parchment and paper ; 214 x 304 mm
Call Number/Physical Location
E112 .C75 1502
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/MedievalRen.60847.1
Library of Congress Control Number
2014660847
Online Format
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Description
Cataloged from surrogates: information from de Ricci and J.W. Hessler. Christopher Columbus Book of privileges ..., 2014. Documents in Spanish and Latin. Ms. codex cartulary. The work of several scribes in script typical of the early 16th century. Number of lines per folio: approximately 26-approximately 40 lines. Some elaborate initials, decorated with flourishes and bands. Modern binding, English or American Russia leather. Copied by Spanish notaries from documents now in the archives of Spain. Ricci, S. de. Census of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the United States and Canada, p. 183, no. 16 Includes the papal bull, Dudum siquidem. Photographic reproduction available in Hessler, J.W. Christopher Columbus Book of privileges ..., 2014. Purchase Rev. William Everett, 9 Mar. 1901. At the end is written (ca. 1800) Ferdinando Becheroni Portiere di Casa di Duca di Albanicche. Signed Luigi Cacciatore. Purchased in Florence (7 Nov. 1818) by Edward Everett.
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Columbus, Christopher, Edward Everett, William Everett, Spain. Sovereign, Catholic Church. Pope, and Medieval And Renaissance Manuscripts Collection. Codex Diplomaticus. [Seville, Spain, 1502] Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/2014660847/.

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Columbus, C., Everett, E., Everett, W., Spain. Sovereign, Catholic Church. Pope & Medieval And Renaissance Manuscripts Collection. (1502) Codex Diplomaticus. [Seville, Spain] [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2014660847/.

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