- Latin. In latin, humanistic cursive script.
- [Florence, ca. 1475.]
- Physical description
- 1 v. (48 leaves); 22 cm.
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- Two of the texts were frequently printed; Boccaccio's Epistola Consolatoria and the pseudo-Bernard letter. The other texts are probably unpublished.
- Acciaiuoli, Donato, 1429-1478.
- Berlinghieri, Francesco.
- Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375.
- Brocchardi, Matteo.
- Cocchi, Giovanni di Donato.
- Landino, Cristoforo, 1424-1504.
- Nesi, Giovanni, 1456-1506.
- Scala, Giovanni di Bartolommeo.
- Humanists > Italy > Florence.
- Florence (Italy) > History > 1421-1737.
- Earliest possible date
- Latest possible date
- Reported to: Bibliothèque Nationale pre-1600 manuscript census.
- Twelve texts, many written by leading Florentine humanists including Giovanni Boccaccio, Giovanni Nesi, Cristoforo Landino, Donato Acciaiuoli, Francesco Berlinghieri, Matteo Brocchardi, and Giovanni di Donato Cocchi. Ownership inscription of Giovanni di Bartolommeo Scala, a humanist and judge prominent in Florence, who began his career in the employ of Cosimo de Medici.
- Purchased, 1978.