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Paper; ff. [II] + [6] + 269 + [II]. Old binding in vellum; mm. 165_230.

Paper; ff. [I] + [7 n.n.] + 520 [i.e. 272 pp. + 338 ff.] + [I]; mm. 205_283. Autograph copy with corrections and additions. Title on spine: 'Trattato / dei Governi / di Aristotile / tradotto dal / Greco in Fior(enti)no / da Bernardo Segni'.

Paper; misc., comp. (4 units); ff. [II], 53. Relevant unit (17r-30v): mm. 214_165. In this ms. the commentary surrounds the text, whereas in the two other mss. it follows the text.

Parchment; miscellaneous; ff. [I], 4 [2-4 blank], 1-81, [5 blank]; mm. 145_220; written by the same hand. Layout's measures variable: 1. mm. 82_150, 27 lines; 2. mm. 80_145, 26 lines; 3. mm. 82_155, 28 lines. Title on spine: 'tratt

Parchment, ff. [v], 83, [v]. mm. 220_145. Original binding in wood and vellum. Illuminated initials at ff. 1r, 55v, 55v.

Paper; misc., comp.; ff. 100; mm. 150_200.

Part of the translator's foreword (but no mention of the dedicatee), as well as the life of Aristotle appear as an introduction to Taddeo Alderotti's compendium of the Ethics in the late 15th c. manuscript Venice, BNM, It. II.134, ff. 1r-2v.

Parchment; ff. [II], 87; mm. 323_230. Text in two columns; lines per column: 40. Layout: mm. 170_221. Illuminated initials (f. 1r vignette representing Aristotle and vegetal decorations); rubrics in red, signs of paragraphs in red and light blue.

Parchment; ff. 139, [II]; later binding. mm. 253_180. Sketchy at the beginning and at the end.

Paper; mm. 200_140; ff. 100.

Relevant unit: paper; ff. 154-169 + [3] blank. mm. 222_310. Autogr.

Relevant unit: paper; ff. 154-169 + [3] blank. mm. 222_310. Autogr.

Paper; ff. VII, 249, [5]; mm. 145_220. Autograph by Annibal Caro. Beautiful copy with several corrections, marginal additions and glosses. The date (November 15th 1551) appears at f. 249r.

Paper; miscellaneous; mm. 130_190; ff. 2, [4], 574, [4], 2. The manuscript contains extracts from several works, including Caro's Rettorica.

Paper; ff. [3 blank], [3], 374, [2 blank]; mm. 261_190. Beautiful dedication copy; the layout follows the typical mise en page of printed books.

Paper; mm. 270_220; ff. [I], 73, [2 blank], [I]. Beautiful copy, calligraphic though cursive hand; some additions and corrections. According to the catalogue the ms. is autograph by Del Rosso.

Paper; ff. [II], 174, [I]; mm. 236_170. Cursive chancery hand. Copied by Luigi di Giovanfrancesco de Pazzi (February 2nd 1493). At f. 174v a note refers to the entrance of Charles VIII King of France into Florence in 1494.

Paper; ff. [I parchm.], [2], 214, [1], [I]; mm. 143_220. Old binding in vellum. The manuscript is copied in 1467 by Buonaccorso di Filippo Adimari (cf. ms. Florence, BNC, Pal. 710).

Paper; ff. [III], 151, 9 (blank), [II]; mm. 200_280; binding in vellum.

Paper; misc.; p. 411; mm. 287_200. The translation of the Ethics is followed by: John Chrysostom, Libro da venire a compunzione, volg. (p. 260-304); Hugh of Saint Victor, Trattato della messa o specchio della santa chiesa, volg. (p. 306-338bis);…

Paper; ff. [3], 221, [3], [3]; mm. 215_146; cursive hand with red rubric and blue initials (the same hand in mss. Pal. 729; Magl. XXI.64). At f. 221r: 'Questo libro scrisse Bonacorso di Filippo Adimari da Firenze, ad istanza di sé et delli amici et…

Parchment; mm. 230_155; ff. II, 210; red rubrics and decorated initials; title of the work at f. IIv within a tond; at f. 1r beautiful frieze on three sides of the page; binding in parchment.

Parchment; ff. I (paper) + 180 + I (paper); mm. 260_180 (164_113); 27 lines. 'Text written in a well formed humanistic bookhand by a single scribe; the rubrics, in majuscules, by another scribe who used excessive punctuation. [...] Written in…

Paper; ff. I (parchm.) + 170 + 1 (parchm.) (blank 166-170); mm. 198_283; 20 lines. Humanistic hand. Frieze at f. 1r; subscription at the end: 'finis. Die .x. Sectembris.
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