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Ms. Codex 319 - Martinozzi, Benedetto - [Gli amori di Tibullo e Glicera]
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__|a  (OCoLC)ocn155964366
__|a  (OCoLC)155964366
__|a  (CStRLIN)PAUR95-A444
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__|a  PU |e  amremm |c  PAULM |d  PAULM
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_9|a  Ms. Codex 319
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1_|a  Martinozzi, Benedetto.
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15|a  [Gli amori di Tibullo e Glicera] |h  [manuscript].
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__|a  [Italy, |c  between 1475 and 1499?]
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__|a  20 leaves : |b  parchment, col. ill. ; |c  266 x 180 (167 x 92) mm. bound to 270 x 182 mm.
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__|a  Ms. codex.
__|a  Title supplied by cataloger (Zacour-Hirsch). Spine title: Martinozzi. Dialog.
__|a  Attribution from heading of first work (dedication, f. 1r): "Nobilissime puellae Francesce Scotte pudicitiae antistiti atque omnium aetatis nostrae puellarum principi Benedictus Martinozzus eques auratus salutem plurimam dicit." Italianized form of author's name taken from Zacour-Hirsch.
__|a  Incipit of first work (f. 1r): Essendo purissima fanciulla stato per li tempi passati nella citta nostra con maximo excidio assalito Tibullo Giovano generoso & praeclaro ...
__|a  Heading of second work (f. 12v): Opusculum Benedicti Martinozzi aequitis aurati in amorem quo ratio ac apetitus loquentes inducuntur.
__|a  Incipit of second work (f. 12v): Per allentar lo immaginato exilio / Che amor contanto sforzo tiene elcore / Nel tempestoso mar senza navilio / ...
__|a  Foliation: Parchment, i (18th-century paper) + 20 + i (18th-century paper); [1-20]; modern foliation in pencil, upper right recto.
__|a  Layout: Written in 25 long lines; ruled in drypoint; prickings visible.
__|a  Script: Written in a humanist script by a single hand.
__|a  Decoration: 3-line illuminated initial E with white vine-stem (bianchi girari) ornamentation (f. 1r); 2-line illuminated initials in blue, green, white, gold, and purple in first work (f.1r-12r); rubricated throughout.
__|a  Binding: 18th-century vellum (Zacour-Hirsch).
__|a  Origin: Written in Italy, probably in the late 15th century, based on style of illumination and script.
__|a  Some stains. Ink faded a bit in places.
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0_|a  Participant in the political life of Siena in the second half of the 15th century, with the title eques aratus; owner of a library of manuscripts (Lucia Gatti).
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__|a  Prose work consisting of a set of dialogues between Tibullus and Glicera (f. 1r-12r). Also includes a second work by the same author: "Opusculum ... in amorem quo ratio ac apetitus loquentes inducuntur" (f. 12v-20v). Second work written in 400 lines of verse and consists of a dialogue between Reason and Appetite.
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__|a  Italian, with headings and occasional marginal notes in Latin.
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1_|a  Formerly owned by Walter Sneyd (bookplate, inside upper cover).
1_|a  Sold in the Sneyd collection at auction at Sotheby's, 16 Dec. 1903, lot 492.
1_|a  Purchased, 1925.
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4_|a  Described in Zacour, Norman P. and Hirsch, Rudolf. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1965), |c  pp. 108-109 (Ms. Italian 77).
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__|a  UPenn Ms. Codex 319
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_0|a  Italian literature |v  Early works to 1800.
_0|a  Italian poetry |v  Early works to 1800.
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_7|a  Codices. |2  aat
_7|a  Illuminations (visual works) |2  aat
_7|a  Dialogues. |2  aat
_0|a  Manuscripts, Italian |y  15th century.
_0|a  Manuscripts, Renaissance.
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1_|a  Scotta, Francesca, |e  dedicatee.
1_|a  Sneyd, Walter, |d  1809-1888, |e  former owner.
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0_|a  Essendo purissima fanciulla stato per li tempi passati nella citta nostra con maximo excidio assalito Tibullo Giovano generoso & praeclaro.
0_|a  Opusculum ... in amorem quo ratio ac apetitus loquentes inducuntur.
0_|a  Per allentar lo immaginato exilio / Che amor contanto sforzo tiene elcore / Nel tempestoso mar senza navilio.
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__|b  Rare Book & Manuscript Library |a  University of Pennsylvania |e  3420 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6206. |j  Ms. Codex 319
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__|a  DLA |b  20100202
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__|a  C0 |b  PAULM

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Collection: Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts
Collection: Penn Collection
Facsimile: Yes
Illuminated: Yes
Illustrated: Yes
Notated: No
Language: Italian
Century: 15th century
Date: 1475
Genre: Codices
Genre: Dialogues
Genre: Illuminations (visual works)
Genre: Manuscripts, Italian - 15th century
Genre: Manuscripts, Renaissance
Subject: Italian literature
Subject: Italian poetry
Author: Martinozzi, Benedetto
Related names: Scotta, Francesca, dedicatee
Related names: Sneyd, Walter, 1809-1888, former owner
Page material: Parchment