Reported to: Bibliothèque Nationale pre-1600 manuscript census.
The only extant copies of some 83 documents concerning Count Nicola Acciaiuoli and his immediate family.
This codex was compiled in the 1570's when Donato di Roberto di Donato Acciaiuoli carried out research on his illustrious Florentine family, transcribing public and private documents, privileges, and letters which were at that time preserved in the monastery of Certosa, though later lost. The Acciaiuoli family attained high offices in the Neapolitan-Sicilian kingdom as well as in the Republic of Florence.
Gift of the Associates of Stanford University Libraries, 1977.