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BRYN MAWR, PA, Bryn Mawr College Library

•  2006  •

0242
S. HIERONYMUS, Epistulae selectae, praemissis testimoniis de vita et miraculis eius; et al.. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 49

• 15th cent. (1st half), Italy (Tuscany)
• Parchment. Latin. 6 + 189 ff. (lacking the 1st folio); humanistic script. Small decorated initials. Modern binding
• Acquisition: 2006 (Howard L. Goodhart Memorial Fund)
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms49.shtml
• Detail of the contents: Iohannes de Caulibus, Meditationes vitae Christi [exc.]; Ps.-Eusebius Cremonensis: Epistula de morte S. Hieronymi; Ps.-Augustinus, Epist. ad Cyrillum de laudibus b. Hieronymi; Ps.-Cyrillus, Epist. ad Augustinum de miraculis b. Hieronymi; S. Hieronymus, Epistulae selectae; Ps.-Seneca, De copia verborum; Ps.-Seneca, De remediis fortuitorum, De clementia [exc.]; Franciscus de Mayronis, Sermo de corpore Christi; Notabilia bona et utilia

•  1997  •

0240
AMBROSIUS MEDIOLANENSIS (s.), De fide ad Gratianum. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 39

• 15th cent. (med.), Italy
• Paper, i+150+i ff., 236x168 mm; humanistic cursive bookhand. Spaces left blank for the initials. 18th-cent. vellum half-binding
• Owners: Italian label on spine; purchased by James and Florence Tanis in the 1960's
• Donated by J. and F. Tanis in honor of Leo M. Dolenski, April 1997
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms39.shtml

•  1995  •

0230
Miscellanea moralia (Cantica canticorum cum Glossa ordinaria; PETRUS LEMOVICENSIS, De Oculo morali; HUGO de S. VICTORE, Commentarius in Regulam canonicorum; et al.). – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 18

• 12th and 13th cent., England
• Six separate booklets bound together since the 14th cent.: parchment, iii+188+iii ff., 164x123 mm. Few decorated initials. Modern binding (19th cent.)
• Owners: William Wynham, Winchester, 1352; the Dukes of Newcastle, 1785-1938; Howard L. Goodhart (MS 20); Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan until 1995
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms18.shtml
• Contains also: Ogerius de Lucedio, Planctus Beatae Virginis Mariae; Ps.-Seneca, Sententiae, Ad Gallionem de remediis fortuitorum; Seneca, De beneficiis; Iohannes Chrysostomus, De Reparatione Lapsi; Ps.-Bernardus Clarevallensis, Meditationes de interiori homine; s. Basilius, Epistola ad Monachos; Sermones incerti aliquot

0231
GIANNOTIUS MANETTIUS, POGGIUS FLORENTINUS, LEONARDUS ARETINUS, Orationes ad Nicolaum papam V; et al.. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 41

• 15th cent. (ca 1450-1460), Italy
• Parchment, ii+31+ii ff., 203x156 mm; humanistic bookhand. Borders, decorated initials. Modern binding
• Owners: Additional arms of the Picenardi family, Cremona. Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 4209); Howard L. Goodhart; Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 54) until 1995
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms41.shtml
• Contains also: Franciscus de Paduanis, Epistula ad Nicolaum papam V; Leonardus Aretinus, Epistulae ad Imperatorem, ad Concilium Basileensem

0232
LEONARDUS ARETINUS, Commentarius rerum suo tempore gestarum, Oratio Heliogabali ad meretrices. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 42

• 15th cent. (end), Italy (North)
• Parchment, iii+50+ii ff., 204x150 mm; fere-humanistic bookhand. Decorated initials. Modern binding (20th cent.)
• Owners: Unidentified bookplate with initials MT; Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 150) until 1995
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms42.shtml

0233
LEONARDUS ARETINUS, De bello Italico adversus Gothos, etc.. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 43

• 15th cent. (last quarter), Italy (North)
• Parchment, v+ 75+i ff., 198x141 mm; humanistic cursive bookhand. Decorated initials. Modern binding (20th cent.). Damaged by fire and water
• Owners: Louis Thompson Rowe (bookplate); Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 21920); Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 52) until 1995
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms43.shtml
• Contains also: Leonardus Aretinus, Epistolae ad Alphonsum regem, ad Cyriacum Anconitanum

0234
LEONARDUS ARETINUS, Epistolae familiares. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 44

• 15th cent. (middle), Italy (Florence)
• Parchment, iii+144+ii ff., 279x188 mm; humanistic bookhand. Decorated initials. Late 18th or early 19th-cent. parchment binding
• Attributed to the Florentine scribe Giovanni di Piero da Stia (c. 1406-1474) by Albinia de la Mare
• Annotated by Pietro di Luni. Possessor's note: «Liber Aug[usti]ni [...]» (f. 1). Inventory number 10957 may be Phillipps number. Bought by Howard L. Goodhart in the 1930’s; Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 57) until 1995
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms44.shtml

0235
LEONARDUS ARETINUS, Epistolae familiares. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 45

• 15th cent. (2nd quarter), Italy (Florence)
• Parchment, ii+161+ii ff., 257x176 mm; humanistic bookhand. Decorated initials. 18th-cent. half-red morocco gilt binding
• Unidentified additional coat of arms (a chevron accompanied by a scallop in chief and a crosslet in point). Ownership notes: : «Coquil[le]» (17th cent.); «Collegii Sancti Ieronimi de Dola [Dole, Jura, France] strictioris obseruantiae Cluniacensis 1648»; Middle Hill stamp of Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 1042). Bought by Howard L. Goodhart in 1944; Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 74) until 1995.
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms45.shtml

0236
GASPAR VERONENSIS, De temporibus Pauli II, lib. V. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 46

• 15th cent. (2nd half), Italy (Rome?)
• Parchment, i+12+i ff., 200x134 mm; humanistic bookhand. Decorated initial. English Russia leather binding, ca. 1830
• Controversially identified with Magliabecchi's MS XXXVII, 103. Possibly bought from Payne by Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 6944). E. P. Goldschmidt (Phillipps’ sale, London 1935, Cat. 39, n. 82). Obtained from Maggs by Howard Goodhart; Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 19) until 1995
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms46.shtml

0237
POGGIUS FLORENTINUS, De miseria conditionis humanae. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 47

• 15th cent. (2nd half), Italy
• Paper ii+47+iii ff., 254x206 mm; humanistic cursive bookhand. Penwork initials. Modern binding
• Owners: Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 50) until 1995
• Bequest, 1955
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms47.shtml

0238
POGGIUS FLORENTINUS, De nobilitate. - Epistulae diversorum. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS 48

• 15th cent. (middle), Italy
• Parchment, i+114+ii ff., 222x160 mm; humanistic bookhand (partly cursive). Decorated initial, borders. Modern binding (20th cent.)
• Owners: Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 51) until 1995
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/ms48.shtml
• Contains also: Poggius Florentinus, Epistulae ad Gregorium Corarium, ad Franciscum Barbarum; Carolus Aretinus, Carmen de nobilitate; Franciscus Petrarcha, Epistula ad Iohannem de Colonia, ad Clementem papam VI, ad amicum a periculosis amoribus revocandum

0239
GUIDO DE MONTE ROCHERII, Manipulus curatorum. - IOHANNES DE MARIENWERDER, Expositio Symboli Apostolorum.. – ms.
Bryn Mawr, Coll. Libr., MS Gordan 80

• 15th cent. (1454), Germany
• Paper, 209 ff., 212 x 150 mm. Penwork initials. Contemporary red sheepskin binding, blind-ruled and stamped, over boards, re-backed; two rectangular brass fasteners on back, traces of five bosses on front and back covers
• Owners: «Frater Michael Molnar de Heyssburg»; «Liber conventus Nove Celle Sancte Marie Virginis» [Neuzelle, Brandenburg] (f. 1v); Howard L. Goodhart, 1949; Phyllis Goodhart Gordan and John Dozier Gordan, Jr. (MS 80) until 1995
• Bequest, 1995
• http://www.brynmawr.edu/Library/speccoll/guides/gordanms80.shtml


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