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Harvard University Library
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Houghton Library, Harvard University
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  • MS Typ 143
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Date
  • 1450
Language
  • Latin
Title
    • Phillipps MS 12283
    • Divinae institutiones
    • De ira dei
    • Jerome, Saint (-419 or 420). De viris illustribus de Lactantio Firmiano
    • De divinis institutionibus : manuscript, [ca. 1450]
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Agent
  • Preferred form
    • Lactance (0260?-032.?)
    Role
    • Creator
    Original form
    • Lactantius (approximately 240-approximately 320)
    Other form
    • LACTANTIUS
    • Lactantius
    • Lactantius (0260?-032.?)
    • Lactantius Firmianus
    • Lactance (0260?-032.?)
    • Lactantii
    • Lactance, 0260?-032.?
    • Lactantius Firmianus,‏ ‎0260?-032.?‏
    • Lactanci, ca. 240-ca. 320
    • Lactancio, Lucio Celio Firmiano
    • Lactantius, ca. 240-ca. 320
    • Lactantius, Lucius Caecilius Firmianus, 250-317
    • Author: Lactantius, Lucius Caecilius Firmianus
    • Lactantius, Lucius Coelius Firmianus
    • Lactantius, L. Caelius Firmianus (ca250-ca320)
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  • Preferred form
    • Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872)
    Role
    • Former owner
    Original form
    • Phillipps, Thomas Sir (1792-1872)
    Other form
    • Thomas Phillipps
    • Phillipps, Thomas (1792-1872)
    • Thomas Philipps
    • Phillipps (Thomas)
    • Sir Thomas Phillipps
    • Seller: Phillipps, Thomas
    • Phillipps, Thomas, 1792-1872, 1st Baronet, collector of books and manuscripts
    • Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872)
    • Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872
    • Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872 (bookstamp)
    • Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872 (association)
    • Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872, former owner.
    • Phillips, Thomas, 1792-1872
    • Sir Thomas Phillips (b. 1792, d. 1872), antiquarian and bibliophile
    • Sir Thomas Phillipps 1792-1872
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  • Preferred form
    • Alfred Chester Beatty (1875-1968)
    Role
    • Former owner
    Original form
    • Beatty, A. Chester (Alfred Chester) Sir (1875-1968)
    Other form
    • Beatty, Alfred Chester (1875-1968)
    • Alfred Chester Beatty
    • Alfred Chester Beatty (1875-1968)
    • Former possessor: Beatty, Alfred Chester
    • Beatty, Alfred Chester, Unspecified, of Add MS 43460
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  • Preferred form
    • Jérôme (saint, 0345?-0420)
    Original form
    • Jerome, Saint (-419 or 420)
    Other form
    • Hieronymus (saint ; 0345?-0420)
    • S. Hieronymus
    • S. HIERONYMUS
    • Hieronymus Stridonius
    • Hieronymus
    • HIERONYMUS
    • Jérôme (saint ; 0345?-0420)
    • HIERONYMUS (s.)
    • Sancti Jeromini
    • Hieronymus Stridonius (ps.)
    • S. Hieronymus,
    • Jerome, S.
    • Hieronymys Stridonius
    • HIERONYMUS STRIDONIUS
    • Jérôme
    • Hieronymo
    • Saint Jérôme
    • HIERONYMUS (S.)
    • Jheronimus Stridonius
    • Hieronimi
    • Hieronimus Stridonius
    • Hieronymus Stridonensis
    • JERONIMI
    • Ieronimi
    • Hieronymi
    • Jérôme (saint, 0345?-0420)
    • S. Jérôme
    • Jérôme (Saint)
    • Jérôme saint 0345?-0420
    • Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius 345-420
    • Hieronymus (heilige)
    • Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20
    • Jeroni, sant, ca. 342-420
    • Jerónimo, Santo
    • Author: Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius
    • Translator: Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius
    • Jerome
    • Jerome, Saint, -419 or 420
    • Jerome, c 345-420, Saint
    • Jérôme (saint ; 0347?-0420)
    • St Jerome
    • Jerome, Saint (-419 or 420), author
    • Hieronymus, Heilige, 347?-420
    • Jérôme (saint ; 0345?-0420). Traducteur
    • Jérôme (saint)
    • Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius, 345-420
    • Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius
    • Saint Jérôme
    • Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus (345-420)
    • Jerome, Saint, 347-420
    • Saint Jerome (b. 347, d. c. 420)
    • Saint Jerome (b. 347, d. 420), priest and theologian
    • Saint Jerome (b. 347, d. 420, theologian and priest
    • Jerome Saint (-419 or 420)
    • Jérôme de Stridon, saint (345-420) > Père de l'Eglise
    • Jérôme de Stridon, saint (345-420)
    • Jerónimo, Santo, 346-420
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Description
  • Physical Description:
    269 leaves, bound : vellum ; 28 cm.

    Notes:
    Title from table of chapters, f. 1r.
    Written in a humanistic roman hand in brownish ink in one column. Greek passages are supplied by a different, crowded, hand in red.
    There are 1 large historiated initial with inhabited foliate border (f. 1v), 10 large foliate initials, and many illuminated initials. A cardinal's arms drawn on f. 1r have been erased.
    Bound in limp vellum, gilt, with ties.
    In a tray case, 29 cm.
    MS Typ 143. Houghton Library, Harvard University.

    Form / Genre:
    Manuscripts, Medieval-Italy-1400-1450.
    Manuscripts, Medieval-Italy-1450-1500.

    Contents:
    De divinis institutionibus (ff. 1r-240r) -- De ira dei (240r-265r) -- Hieronymus de viris illustribus de Lactantio Firmiano (265r-269r).

Place
  • Preferred form
    • Italy
    Original form
    • Italy
    Other form
    • Italie
    • Italie (Bologne ?)
    • Italie (Toscane?)
    • Italie.
    • Italie (Venise ?)
    • Italie (région de Venise ?).
    • Italie (Gênes?)
    • Italie (Toscane ?).
    • Italie,
    • Itàlia
    • Italien
    • Italia
    • Italië
    • Italie (Toscane ?)
    • Itàlia (Toscana?)
    • Italien (Toskana?)
    • Italy (Tuscany?)
    • Italia (Toscana?)
    • Italy (Verona)
    • Italy (Naples?)
    • Italy (Florence?)
    • Italy (Naples?)(
    • Italy (Rome?)
    • Italy (Florence)
    • Italy, Bologna (?)
    • Italy, probably Naples
    • Italy, Naples
    • Italy, possibly Naples
    • Italy (perhaps Bologna)
    • Italy (Nonantola)
    • Probably Northern Italy
    • Padua or Venice
    • Italy (Tuscany)
    • Italy, northern (?)
    • Italy and France (illumination)
    • Italy and France (?)
    • Most likely northern Italy
    • Probably northern Italy (Verona?)
    • [Italy]
    • Italy, copied by Leon ben Joshua de Rossi of Cesena
    • Italy [Ancona or Pesaro?], [copied by Joseph ben Nissim Fermi?]
    • [Italy] copied by Samson ben Elijah Halfan
    • Italy, Venice?
    • Fols. 2-4: [Italy]
    • Treviglio? (Italy)
    • Fols. 1-98: [Italy]; fols. 100-302: [Italy]
    • Rovere (della Luna, Trent?) (Italy)
    • Ff. 1-64: [Italy]
    • Italy, North?
    • Italy, Bologna?
    • Italy, Reggio-Emilia?
    • Italy, Padua?
    • Italy, Ferrara or Bologna
    • Italy, Padua or Rome
    • Italy, Ferrara?
    • Italy, Genoa?
    • Italy, Probably Padua
    • Italy, Parma or Cremona?
    • Italy, Padua or Venice
    • Italy, Lombardy or Bologna?
    • Italy, Umbria?
    • Italy, Rome?
    • Italy, Ferrara or Venice?
    • Italy, Northeast?
    • Italy, Bologna or Venice?
    • Italy, Veneto, Venice?
    • Italy, Rome or Naples
    • Italy, South?
    • Italy, Florence?
    • Italy, Verona?
    • Italy, Brescia or Padua?
    • Italy, Ferrara or Padua?
    • Italy, Venice or Padua
    • Italy, Cremona Brescia? and Bologna
    • Italy, Ferrara or Verona?
    • Italy, Urbino or Mantua(?)
    • Italy, Padua or Rome?
    • Italy, Naples?
    • Italy, North?, Siena?
    • Italy, Probably Venice
    • Italy, Venice or Treviso
    • Italy, North? or French, South?
    • Italy, Mantua or Ferrara?
    • Italy, Rimini?
    • Italy, Padua or Venice?
    • Italy, Florence or Rome
    • Italy, Northwest?
    • Italy, North, Genoa?
    • Italy, Lombardy or Verona
    • Italy, Emilia?
    • Italy, Venice or Verona
    • Italy, Veneto?
    • Italy, Emilia or Mantua?
    • Italy, Northeast, Ferrara?
    • Italy, Central?
    • Italy, Genoa (?)
    • Italy, Herculaneum(?)
    • IT
    • Italy.
    • [Italien (Teil 1)
    • [Italien ]
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Electronic reproduction. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard College Library Digital Imaging Group, 2010. (Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library). Copy digitized: Houghton Library: MS Typ 143
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