Victorinus: Commentarium in Ciceronis librum de inventione


Shelfmark: Cod. Lat. 370.
Country: Hungary
City: Budapest
Keeper location: National Széchényi Library
Author: C. M. Victorinus Afer
Content: Commentarii in Ciceronis librum de inventione
Writing medium: parchment
Number of sheets: 94 fol.
Sheet size: 303 × 204 mm
Place of writing: Várad?
Date of writing: before 1462 (f. 94v)
Scriptor: Scribe who had worked in the vicinity of Iohannes Vitéz
Illuminator: The workshop of Lehrbücher-Meister
Place of illumination: Central Europe (Vienna? Pozsony (today's Bratislava)? Várad?)
Date of illumination: before 1462 (f. 94v)
Possessor, provenience: Iohannes Vitéz; King Matthias Hunyadi; A. Cohn, Berlin-based antiquarian; Gusztáv Emich (see his bookplate on the inner face of the left board); National Széchényi Library purchased it from him in 1905.
Entries: Entries by Iohannes Vitéz; f. 94v: „Deo gr(ati)as, eme(n)davi qu(an)tu(m) fieri potuit et finivi Cibinii 27 Septe(m)bris 1462. Jo”
Binding: original gilded leather corvina binding; gauffered, gilded edge (probably in the late 1480s)
Language of corvina: Latin
Condition: Restored: NSZL, Ildikó Kozocsa, Enikő Csuzi, Emese Turi-Tugonyi ##, 1990
Hungarian translation(s) of work(s) included in the corvina: None