Title supplied by cataloger.
Foliation: Paper, i (14th-century parchment pastedown) + ii + 94; 1-8¹⁰ 9⁶ 10⁸; 1-57, 59-93, [94-95], contemporary foliation
in ink, upper right recto. Parchment guards on gatherings. Vertical catchwords on lower right of last verso of each gathering
except the last (f. 10v, 20v, 30v, 40v, 50v, 61v, 71v, 81v, 87v).
Layout: Written in 25 long lines.
Script: Written in humanistic cursive script by at least 2 hands (f. 1r-47v, 51r-92v).
Decoration: 3 illuminated initials in gold on blue, pink, and green ground with white scrollwork (f. 1r, 3r, 10r); 2-line
initials in blue ink with guide letters visible in third work only (f. 11v-40v); rubrication in red in first section of manuscript
(f. 1r-47v, works translated or written by Marsilio Ficino); some spaces left for initials in second section (f. 51r-91v);
occasional manicules by multiple readers in works 3-5 (f. 19v-46v).
Binding: Contemporary (15th-century) oak boards and leather back with remains of 2 pairs of clasps. Parchment pastedowns
are fragments from a large 14th-century manuscript; the one inside the upper cover shows the end of one of 2 columns, with
2 intials infilled simply with red and yellow, with text from Saint Ambrose's De fide resurrectionis.
Origin: Written in Florence, circa 1475.