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New Haven, CT, Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library,  Beinecke MS 272
Description: ff. iii + 82 + xxx - Sixteenth century. Lavender edges. Tan leather, flesh side out, over wooden boards with a blind-tooled X and a single line border on each. Probably by the same binder who bound MS 301; almost certainly done in the same bindery. - Purchased from C. A. Stonehill with funds from the Jacob Ziskind Charitable Trust in 1957. - Shailor, B. Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, MS 272.
Notes:-Manuscript on paper of 1) Nicomachus Gerasenus, Harmonicum enchiridion, I-II. 2) Gaudentius, Introductio harmonica.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 0
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/BeineckeMS272_47
Language: Greek Country: Italy Century: 16th
View a detailed description: http://brbl-net.library.yale.edu/pre1600ms/docs/pre1600.ms272.htm

Part 1:
Description: - paper - similar to Harlfinger Croix 42; a similar watermark occurs in Beinecke MSS 273 and 274. - 199 x 147 (132 x 91) mm.
Country: ItalyCardinal point:
Region: VeniceCity:
Assigned Date: 1585.Searchable Date Range: 1585 - 1585
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Script: Written and signed by the scribe Andreas Darmarius, who completed the work in Venice on 26 March 1585.
Notes: Much rubrication of the text. Small initials, 3- to 1-line, some with floral motifs. Simple headpieces in black and red at beginning of each section. Binding: Sixteenth century. Lavender edges. Tan leather, flesh side out, over wooden boards with a blind-tooled X and a single line border on each. Probably by the same binder who bound MS 301; almost certainly done in the same bindery.
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1:
Author: Nicomachus of Gerasa.
Other Associate: Gaudentius.
Title: Harmonicum enchiridion; with Gaudentius, Introductio harmonica.
Subjects: Nicomachus, of Gerasa.; Manuscripts, Medieval--Connecticut--New Haven.; Music--Greece.; Music theory--Early works to 1800.;
Language(s): Greek