Commentary on the 'De Sensu et Sensato' : manuscript fragment
- Latin. In Latin.
- [England : s.n., 14--?]
- Physical description
- 1 bifolium, 73 x 335 mm.
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- From a university text book. The manuscript frequently cites Aristotle and "sensus et sensibilis" (the little treatise of Aristotle is sometimes called "De sensu et Sensibili). Besides sensation the fragment mentions motion, form, intellect, and odour. [dealer description]
- Script: each leaf written in double columns in a cursive anglicana script, remains of 16/17 lines, brown ink, outer boundaries of columns ruled with ink, defective from use in a binding but entirely legible
- Open for research; material must be requested at least 24 hours in advance of intended use.
- Purchased from Bernard Quaritch (catalog 1396, number 5), 2010. Accession 2010-156.
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