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DUBLIN, Trinity College Library

•  2007  •

0470
Evangelia Armeniaca. – ms.
Dublin, Trin. Coll., MS 11280

• 17th cent. (1692), Armenia (Bagrewand)
• Paper; 301 leaves, 208 x 150 mm. Four full-page miniatures, numerous border illustrations. 17th-century blind-stamped leather over wooden boards
• Copied an illuminated in 1692, in the town of Bagrewand (now Erzerum, Turkey), by the scribe and artist Zak'aria (colophon, f. 297-300)
• Donated to the church of St Grigor the Enlightened
• Auction: Christie's, London, 6 June 2007, lot 43
• http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/lot_details.aspx?intObjectID=4924283

•  2003  •

0131
SENECA (L. Annaeus), Epistulae. – ms.
Dublin, Trin. Coll. [cote non spécifiée]

• 14th cent., Italy
• Marginal drawings
• Purchased from the estate of Brian S. Cron (+ Febr. 2002)
• Cf. R. Linenthal, 'Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts: A Handlist of the Collection of B.S.Cron', in The Book Collector, 54 (2005), p. 553
• http://homepage.ntlworld.com/peter.kidd20/provenance/Cron.htm

0465
Micellanea pia (BERNARDUS CLAREVALLENSIS, IOHANNES GERSON, et alia). – ms.
Dublin, Trin. Coll. [cote non spécifiée]

• 15th-16th cent. (c. 1500), Germany (Rebdorf Abbey, Bavaria)
• Vellum; 113 leaves, 247 x 180 mm. Red initials. Contemporary blind-stamped binding of white pigskin over wooden boards, pair of clasps and catches, marks of bosses
• Produced in the Augustinian Abbey of Rebdorf
• Owners: Auguste Chardin (c.1750-1823); Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872; Preston A. Perry; J.R. Ritman
• Auction: Sotheby’s, London, 17 June 2003, lot 34
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?lot_id=426CS

•  1999  •

0396
Sermones de tempore (Latine et Italice). – ms.
Dublin, Trin. Coll. [cote non spécifiée]

• Early 16th cent., Italy
• Paper
• Auction: Sotheby’s, London, 7 December 1999, lot 39

•  1998  •

0397
Coptic Lives of the Saints (fragments). – ms.
Dublin, Trin. Coll. [cote non spécifiée]

• 10th cent., Egypt (Fayyûm?). Coptic (Sahidic dialect)
• 8 pieces, various sizes from 90 x 60 mm to 43 x 38 mm, probably part of more than one book, written in a large calligraphic uncial. 4 pieces with parts of decorated initials and headpieces in interlaced knotwork designs
• One piece with ornament on both sides is perhaps from the same manuscript life of Apa Samuel of which a leaf is in the J. Paul Getty Museum, MS.12
• Auction: Sotheby's, London, 1 December 1998, lot 62
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?live_lot_id=62&sale_number=LN8737

0398
HENRICUS de FRIEMAR, IOHANNES CONTRACTUS, Sermones de Sanctis. – ms.
Dublin, Trin. Coll. [cote non spécifiée]

• Mid-15th cent., Germany (Erfurt)
• Paper, 352 ff. (one blank); 314 x 212 mm. Large red painted initials. Contemporary blind-stamped binding on wooden boards, with 2 (of 8) metal corner-pieces and marks from bosses
• From the Carthusian house of Salvatorberg at Erfurt (contemporary ownership inscription; recorded in the late fifteenth-century catalogue of the abbey under the shelfmark 'O.43')
• Former owners: G.J. von Bulow (his sale, Eisleben, 1836, III, lot 97); Gillyat Sumner, 1855; The Berkshire Athenaeum, Pittsfield, Mass. (their 252.02H39)
• Auction: Sotheby's, London, 1 December 1998, lot 83
• Cf. P. Lehmann, Mittelalterliche Bibliothekskataloge Deutschlands und der Schweiz, II, Bistum Mainz, Erfurt, 1928, p.497
— S. de Ricci and W.J. Wilson, Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada, 1935, p.1064, no.3
— J.B. Schneyer, Repertorium der Lateinischen Sermones des Mittelalters, II, 1970, p.671
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?live_lot_id=83&sale_number=LN8737

0412
IOHANNES CALDERINI, Glossae in V Libros Decretalium, Distinctiones ad Novellam Iohannis Andree, et alia. – ms.
Dublin, Trin. Coll. [cote non spécifiée]

• Late 14th cent., Germany (Erfurt?)
• Paper, 313 leaves (6 blank), 304 x 223 mm. Some large and small painted initials in red. Contemporary binding on wooden boards, spine covered with white tawed leather; remains of thong-clasps, medieval label on upper cover. Vellum documents used as pastedowns
• Written in part by Johann de Göttingen (signature on f. 60v)
• Owners: bought from Conrad, Johann's brother, by Arnold de Bevoren, priest of Heiligenstadt. From the ancient Benedictine abbey of St. Petersberg, Erfurt (probably no.88 in the catalogue of 1783). Gillyat Sumner, 1857 (his Box D, 3); The Berkshire Athenaeum, Pittsfield, Mass. (their 208C13)
• Auction: Sotheby's, London, 1 December 1998, lot 84
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?live_lot_id=84&sale_number=LN8737


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