Ms. Codex 273 - Alderotti, Taddeo, 1223-1295 - Liber ethicorum Aristotelis
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_9|a Ms. Codex 273
1_|a Alderotti, Taddeo, |d 1223-1295.
10|a Liber ethicorum Aristotelis |h [manuscript].
__|a [Italy, |c before 1356]
__|a 71 leaves : |b parchment, col. ill. ; |c 213 x 142 (123 x 92) mm. bound to 218 x 145 mm.
__|a Ms. codex.
__|a Title from closing rubric (f. 66r).
__|a Heading on f. 1r: Comincia il libro primo dell'Etica da Aristotile nel quale tratta della felicitade.
__|a Incipit: Ogne arte et ogne doctrina et ogne operatione et ogne electione ... (f. 1r).
__|a Collation: Parchment, 71; 1, [i]², 1⁸( -1), 2-8⁸, 9⁶( -1); [ii, 1-69]; modern foliation, upper right recto. The first leaf is the front endleaf and is conjugate with the front pastedown. The back pastedown is numbered f. 70.
__|a Layout: Written in 20 long lines; ruled in lead; prickings visible.
__|a Script: Written in a large gotica cancelleresca script in a single hand, except for the first leaf, which was lost or mutilated at an early date and was replaced about 1450 by another leaf written in a rather rough hand (f. 1).
__|a Decoration: 7-line decorated initial in red and blue (f. 1r); rubricated headings; red and blue used for highlights, initials.
__|a Binding: Blind-stamped dark brown morocco, probably Florentine, ca. 1450 (perhaps contemporary with the replaced f. 1); gilt rondels and clasps missing.
__|a Origin: Written in Italy, before the Golden Bull of 1356; after 1356 the electorships were held by different lay princes than those listed here (f. 66r; Witten).
__|a Generally in good condition. Some stains and smudges on the leaves. Ink faded on some folios. Outer hinges of cover starting to crack.
__|a Compendium of Aristotle's Ethics (both the Nicomachean and the Eudemian, or Great Ethics), followed by a list of the electors of the Holy Roman Empire (f. 66r).
1_|a Sold by Laurence Witten (New Haven, Conn.), 1959.
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 p. 98 (Ms. Italian 31).
3_|a Not found in: Riley, Lyman W. "Aristotle Texts and Commentaries to 1700 in the University of Pennsylvania Library: A Catalogue of Books and Manuscripts." Part V. Library Chronicle 24 (1958), 84-103. Includes section: "Manuscripts (Catalogued by Norman P. Zacour)" (p. 94-98). The Zacour-Hirsch Catalogue (p. 98) says that this manuscript is listed in the Riley/Zacour Aristotle catalog as item number M2A. However, an examination of the Riley/Zacour Aristotle catalog turned up no such item number; nor was this manuscript found listed under any other item number.
__|a UPenn Ms. Codex 273.
00|a Aristotle. |t Eudemian ethics |v Early works to 1800.
00|a Aristotle. |t Nicomachean ethics |v Early works to 1800.
00|a Aristotle |x Criticism and interpretation |v Early works to 1800.
_0|a Ethics |v Early works to 1800.
_0|a Electors (Kurfürsten)
_0|a Holy Roman Empire |x Kings and rulers.
_7|a Codices. |2 aat
_7|a Compendiums. |2 aat
_7|a Translations. |2 aat
_0|a Manuscripts, Italian |y 14th century.
_0|a Manuscripts, Medieval.
_0|a Manuscripts, Renaissance.
0_|a Comincia il libro primo dell'Etica da Aristotile nel quale tratta della felicitade.
0_|a Ogne arte et ogne doctrina et ogne operatione et ogne electione.
__|b Rare Book & Manuscript Library |a University of Pennsylvania |e 3420 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6206. |j Ms. Codex 273
41|z Facsimile |u http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/d/medren/2486451
__|a DLA |b 20091123
__|a C0 |b PAULM