Manuscript/Mixed Material[Benedictine rule for nuns in Middle English ; a Middle English version of the Gospel of Nicodemus ; an anonymous Middle English exposition of the Apostles' Creed.] Catalog Record Only Ms. codex. Middle English; some Latin. Title and description derived from the full description in Library of Congress. Medieval and Renaissance manuscript books in the Library of Congress, v. 2, p. 143-154, by Svato Schutzner. Three scribes: scribes 1 and 2 use an old-fashioned vertical Gothic; scribe 3 uses a small anglicana currens with thorn. Decoration (on fol. 1-63 only): blue display-type letters, blue ...
- Contributor: Benedict - Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts Collection (Library of Congress)
- Date: 1400
Collection[Collection of contemporary Latin manuscripts] Catalog Record Only Beginning on the verso of leaf i8 of the preceding printed work (LCCN 2007567144) are a series of mss. in various hands and differing inks. The hands are primarily cursive; the inks are black, (faded to?) brown, and red. The texts include an alphabetical listing of materials in the the Carmelites's Constitutions, 1499, with definitions and textual citations; adaptations of various statutes; ordinances following ...
- Date: 1418
Manuscript/Mixed MaterialLiber legu[m] et co[n]suetudinu[m] Imperij Romanie, app[ro]batar[um] in [Con]sillio [sic] Rogator[um] vigore part[is] capte in dicto Consilio q[ue] est anotata in principio huius librj. Catalog Record Only Ms. In Venetian dialect of Italian; authorization by Venetian Republic in Latin. Title from caption on prelim. leaf 1b. The primary text begins (leaf 1a): Questo si he lo libro dele vxance delo Imperio de Romania ... Spine title: Uxanze de lo Imperio dè Romania. The text on leaves 1a-46a is a version, with a prologue and 219 chapters, of a code known as ...
- Contributor: Negropont (Venetian Colony)
- Date: 1453
Manuscript/Mixed MaterialPortolano. Catalog Record Only Ms. Title from spine of modern binding. Caption on p.  reads: Al nome sia de dio e dela [ver]gene maria 1499 ad primo auosto / chomposto p[er] me nic[ol]o Stolfo. Written in the Venetian dialect in a mercantile cursive hand. Although the author indicates in his caption that he composed the work in 1499, his concluding text on p.  relates to Aug. ...
- Contributor: Stolfo, Nicolo
- Date: 1499