Census of the Petrarch Manuscripts in the United States
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Ullman no. 62Cicero, Fam. (ff. 1r-106r); Ps. Cicero, Synonyma (ff. 107r-113v); Interpretationes (ff. 114r-123v); Homiliae in S. Lucam XXI et S. Marcum XVI (ff. 124r-125v); Petrarch, Canzoniere , Trionfi (ff. 127r-217v); Seneca, Liber fort. bonorum, fragment (f. 219). Paper 1432-1434, Ferrara and Venice . 219 ff., 31 × 21 cm. Copied by Petrus de Carbonibus, last leaf by his son Leonardus in Castro Massignani, May 31, 1456. Probably Gerardo Sagredo collection, Venice; Albrizzi (Cat., Venice, ca. 1746, no. 118?); sold March 1821 by Thorpe to Richard Heber; his sale (1836, XI, no. 613) to Thorpe (Cat., 1836, no. 269) to Sir T. Phillipps (no. 8866 ); his sale (1935, no. 336) to Maggs. Wilkins, MSS.; Making, pp. 207, 210, 215, 236.
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