Tertullianus: Adversus Marcionem Stoicum libri V.


Shelfmark: Cod. Lat. 10.
Country: Hungary
City: Budapest
Keeper location: University Library, Eötvös Loránd University
Author: Tertullianus
Content: Adversus Marcionem Stoicum libri V
Writing medium: parchment
Number of sheets: 178 fol.
Sheet size: 278 × 193 mm
Place of writing: Florence
Date of writing: before 1468
Illuminator: Francesco di Antonio del Chierico
Place of illumination: Florence
Date of illumination: before 1468
Crest: King Matthias' Hungarian and Bohemian royal coat-of-arms; "second" heraldic painter, Buda, late 1480s
Possessor, provenience: In Hungary, the codex first belonged probably to Johannes Vitéz (c. 1408–1472), archbishop of Esztergom, as on the margins of the codex there is a remarkable number of his autograph notes. King Matthias Hunyadi; Ottoman sultans; it was returned to Hungary as a present of Abdul Hamid, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire in 1877.
Entries: At the end of the text, Johannes Vitéz recorded where and when he accomplished reading: "finivi transcurrendo Nitrie die ij juny 1468. Emendare non potui propter inemendatum exemplar." (f. 178r)
Binding: 19th-century, wooden board, green Turkish leather binding. Originally bound in violet velvet, the name of the author on the Buda-style fore-edge reads: TERTULIANUS
Language of corvina: Latin
Condition: Restored (NSZL, Györgyi Szlabey, 1988)