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Ms. Codex 385 - Carafa, Carlo, ca. 1517-1561 - Instruttioni e lett[er]e dell' illust[rissimo] et reverend[issimo] signore D[on] Carlo Cardinale Carafa, nipote di Papa Paolo IV, concernenti le controversie e li dispareri con la corona di Spagna cioè Filippo II e Carlo V con il sudetto pontifice massimo
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Other: Ms. Codex 385 - Carafa, Carlo, ca. 1517-1561 - Instruttioni e lett[er]e dell' illust[rissimo] et reverend[issimo] signore D[on] Carlo Cardinale Carafa, nipote di Papa Paolo IV, concernenti le controversie e li dispareri con la corona di Spagna cioè Filippo II e Carlo V con il sudetto pontifice massimo    Other: Ms. Codex 385 - Carafa, Carlo, ca. 1517-1561 - Instruttioni e lett[er]e dell' illust[rissimo] et reverend[issimo] signore D[on] Carlo Cardinale Carafa, nipote di Papa Paolo IV, concernenti le controversie e li dispareri con la corona di Spagna cioè Filippo II e Carlo V con il sudetto pontifice massimo
Author:
Carafa, Carlo, ca. 1517-1561.
Title:
Instruttioni e lett[er]e dell' illust[rissimo] et reverend[issimo] signore D[on] Carlo Cardinale Carafa, nipote di Papa Paolo IV, concernenti le controversie e li dispareri con la corona di Spagna cioè Filippo II e Carlo V con il sudetto pontifice massimo [manuscript].
Origin:
[Italy, between 1600 and 1650]
Physical description:
140 leaves : paper ; 257 x 184 (210 x 122) mm. bound to 263 x 180 mm.
Summary:
17th-century copy of 71 instructions, dispatches, and letters dated between August 1555 and March 1563.
Notes:
Ms. codex.
Title from title page (f. 1r).
Foliation: Paper, i (contemporary paper) + 139 + i (contemporary paper); [i], 1-137, [138]; contemporary foliation in ink, upper right recto.
Script: Written in a cursive script by a single hand.
Binding: Contemporary vellum (Zacour-Hirsch).
Origin: Written in Italy in the first half of the 17th century (Zacour-Hirsch).
Oxidation of ink throughout, but text is legible.
Cite as:
UPenn Ms. Codex 385
Manuscript location:
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts University of Pennsylvania Ms. Codex 385
 
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