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Name: Anon. Auctoritates Utriusque Testamenti - Anon. (?) De Congregatione

Repository: State Library of New South Wales, Dixson Library

Settlement: Sydney

Associated Manuscript Items:
Anon. Auctoritates Utriusque Testamenti
Anon. (?) De Congregatione

Library ref: 51/1

Acquisition: Sir William Dixson bequeathed the MS. in 1952

Binding:

Catchwords: Catchwords agree

Collation: (12)1-7, Fol. 1v. blank

Composite:

Condition: Edges trimmed. The MS. is bound at the end of a copy of Johann Gieler von Kaiserberg's Navicula sive speculum fatuorum (J. Otmar, Strasburg 1551)

Deco desc: red rubrics, underlining and initials

Dimensions: 208 x 157 mm

Extent: 84

Foliation: contemporary foliation by arabic numerals incorrect

Hand desc: two hands: (i) 1r.-81r German or eastern French littera hybrida; (ii) 81v.-84v, a contemporary littera cursiva

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Layout: one col. of 27-30 lines

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List bibl: Report of the Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales for the year ended 30 June 1953, Sydney 1954, p.4.

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Note:

Orig date: s. xv2

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Origin:

Provenance: among the scribbles on 1r. in a 16c. hand is 'Iohanni Lundtnero pertinet hic liber'; 67r. by a 17c. hand is a note dated 1633 mentioning a certain Emanuel Kries; the volume contains the book-plate of Sir William Dixson

Record hist source: Sinclair no. 36

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Support: paper: water-mark is three hills with cross cf. Briquet, III, no.11799 (Bamberg 1460, Magdeburg 1468, Brunswick 1471, Berlin 1472, Leipzig 1472, Erfurt 1482)

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