NEW HAVEN - The Beinecke Rare Book & Ms. Library, Yale University Library 258
|Content||Philosophica > Aristoteles (person page)|
|Origin||Southern Italy < Italy|
|Bibliography||B. Shailor, 1987, Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. MSS 251-500 (vol. 2), Binghamton (New York): 18-20|
|Identification||Diktyon (Pinakes), 46506|
|Comment||Shailor (1987: 18): 'Italy, 1473 [?] and s. XV²'.
Shailor (1987: 19-20): 'Part I: (ff. 1r-50v) (...) Part II: (ff. 51r-67r) (...) Part III: (ff. 67v-80r) Part IV (ff. 81r-96v) (...) Parts I and III were written by unidentified scribes, in the second half of the 15th century; Parts II and IV by George, son of Constantine, in 1473. (The year of creation given is 6983, indication 6; A.D. 1473 is the closest year compatible with all the other data, as P. Moreaux points out.)'. D. Harlfinger suggests the scribe George was from Southern Italy (Die Textgeschichte der Pseudo-Aristotelische Schrift... [Amsterdam; 1971] p. 60, n. 1)'.
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