[Homeri Ilias] [microform]. [1291 or 1292]


[Homeri Ilias] [microform]. [1291 or 1292]

Text of Homer's Iliad, with interlinear paraphrase by Michael Psellus through much of it, and some poems from the Greek anthology. See printed catalog for full description: Codices Vaticani Graeci. Tomus 1. Codices 1-329, p. 27-28.

489 leaves : paper ; 310 x 220 mm.

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