Digital Scriptorium
New York, Fordham University, Walsh Library, Archives and Special Collections,  MS 02
Description: ff. ii + 47 + ii - Original (?) parchment wrapper inside the present binding. - Price in dollars and other notes on front pastedown in the hand of Bernard Rosenthal, antiquarian bookdealer (New York; San Francisco; Berkeley).
Acknowledgments: - This description kindly prepared by M. Bruno.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 0
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Language: Latin Country: Italy Century: 15th

Part 1: ff. 1-47v
Description: - Paper - Last page of text similar to Briquet, Mons 11656; outer front and rear paper flyeaves unidentified. - 290 x 220 mm - 41 lines of black ink, frame-colored, with marginal corrections
Country: ItalyCardinal point: central
Region: MarcheCity: Fano?
Assigned Date: s. XVSearchable Date Range: 1400 - 1499
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes: 1 in main text; at least 3 in marginalia
Scribe(s): Albertus de Ponte Rubea
Script: Cursive, with corrections and sporadic marginal notes in a contemporary secretary hand, one set of sporadic marginal notes in a Semi-Gothic Cursive, and one in a Humanist Cursive
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Notes: Copied by Albert of Ponte Rosso (in the province of Fano?) over the course of 9 days, between 8 January and the day before the feat of Anthony abbot which falls on 17 January. Latin
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: ff. 1-47r
Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero
Title: De Officiis
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Quamquam te marce filii annum iam audientem cratippum idque athenis habundare
Explicit: Vale igitur, mi Cicero, tibique persuade esse te quidem mihi carissimum, sed multo fore cariorem, si talibus monumentis preceptisque letabere.
Notes: Colophon on f. 47r: Completus in mane sancti Antonii de viena et inceptus die octavo presentis mensis ianuarii alberti de ponte rubea. Qui scripsit scripta manus eius sit benedicta. Amen. 
Status of text: Complete