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Author(s): Eutropius
Title: Historiae Romanae
Folios: 75
Date: 1475
Place: Italy, Venice?
Primary Seller: Sotheby's
Catalogue: Western manuscripts and miniatures. (ALPHABET) - 1982/06/22
Lot #: 45
Provenance: Creuzer


Author(s): Eutropius
Title: Historiae Romanae Ix,Historiae Romanae X
Folios: 70
Date: 1450
Place: Italy
Primary Seller: Goldschmidt, E. P
Catalogue: No. 15: Manuscripts, early printed books, Italian literature, medicine, travels, Americana, rare XVIth and XVIIth century books, bibliography, etc. - 1928
Lot #: 15
Provenance: Adams
Duplicates: 14626, 20869


Author(s): Eutropius
Title: Historiae Romanae Ix,Historiae Romanae X
Folios: 70
Date: 1450
Place: Italy
Primary Seller: Goldschmidt, E. P
Catalogue: Cat. No. 19 - 1929
Lot #: 39
Provenance: Adams
Duplicates: 14608, 20869


Author(s): Eutropius
Title: Historiae Romanae Book X
Folios: 70
Date: 1450
Place: Italy
Primary Seller: Sotheby's
Catalogue: Very choice and valuable library, principally of important books in English and French literature and of fine illuminated manuscripts, the property of J.C. Adams, Esq. - 1931/12/07
Lot #: 77
Provenance: Adams
Duplicates: 14608, 14626


Author(s): Eutropius; Patrizi, Francesco
Title: Historia Romana; Achilli Petrucio
Folios: 64
Date: 1450
Place: Italy
Primary Seller: Quaritch
Catalogue: No. 699: Manuscripts (mostly from the collection of the late J.P.R. Lyell), early printed books (15th and 16th centuries) - 1952
Lot #: 60
Provenance: Lyell, James P. R. (James Patrick Ronaldson); Marston, Thomas E; Yale University
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