Book — 1 volume : color illustrations, facsimiles ; 25 cm in box 25 x 19 cm + 1 commentary volume (38 pages ; 28 cm)
Facsimile volume of medieval manuscript on astronomy and astrology, an illustrated version of Germanicus's 4th century Latin translation of the Greek poet Aratus's Phaenomena. The medieval manuscript, now kept at National Library of Wales as Ms. 735C and sometimes called the Aratea in Aberystwyth, is thought to have been created by monks in the Limoges region of France around 1000 C.E. The final section of the facsimile also contains the four Books of Hyginus’s Astronomica, without illustrations.
Book — 1 volume : color illustrations, facsimiles ; 29 cm in box 34 x 25 x 8 cm + 1 commentary volume (, 10-151,  pages : illustrations ; 32 cm)
Full-color facsimile of Historia civitatis Troiane, a 14th century Venetian codex telling the mythical story of Troy. The text is a Latin version of the legend of Troy written by Guido delle Colonne in the 13th century. The original manuscript is part of the collection of the National Library of Spain under the shelfmark MSS 17805.
Venetiis : Impensis Leonardi Alantsee Viennensis : typis vero Alexandri de Paganinis Brixiensis chalcographi diligentissimi feliciter excussum, anno, ab incarnatione Dominica MDxiii quarto-decimo kalendas Iulias