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Manuscript Description
London, British Library MS Additional 29250
Contents:Astrolabe as first item followed by two printed incunables, 'Ephemerides siue Almanach perpetuus' and 'Amicus Medicorum Magistri Joannis Ganiueti: cum opusculo quod Celi enarrant propter principium eius inseribitur et cum abbreuiatione Abrahe Aueneezre de luminaribus et diebus creticis'.
Date Range:1450-1475
Scribal Hands:
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No of Folios:iv modern paper flyleaves + viii older paper flyleaves + 3-26
Pagination:Modern pencil upper outer corner recto.
Signatures:None visible but manuscript much cropped.
Catchwords:On f14v
Page Size:182 x 137
Frame:Square ruled in brownish grey; 2 x vertical and 2 x horizontal.
Writing Space:150 x 110 much trimmed
Incipits and Explicits:'finis adest mete liber explicit ergo valete' on f26
Marginal Headings:Within the text in ink and hand of scribe and underlined in red ink.
Paragraph Marks:Red with red underlining and red wavy lines as space-fillers.
Flourished Initials:Red initials throughout with no flourishing.
Other Names (not owners):On f26v is an elaborate mark which Seymour labels a cryptogram and in the bottom left corner in what seems to be the same ink is 'pouder deuke'.
Further Information:Seymour I 107-108
Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York, King's Manor, York YO1 7EP