Rime, [14--].


Rime, [14--].

Various sonetti and canzone by Petrarch, Dante, Cino da Pistoia, Boccaccio, Sennuccio del Bene, Giacopo de Garatori da Imola, Stramazzo da Perugia (leaves 199v-133v), Sallustius, De bello Jugurthae (leaf 136v), index in Italian (leaves 137r-141v), Note, Laura proprius (leaf 142v), Lucretius, De rerum natura (leaves 142v-143r, on palimpsest vellum), fragment of poem Impositim cinerem (leaf 143r-v).

1 v. (143 leaves) ; 22 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7907730

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