Shelfmark: Cod. Lat. 4. Country: Hungary City: Budapest Keeper location: University Library, Eötvös Loránd University Author: Quintus Curtius Rufus Content: Res gestae Alexandri Magni Writing medium: parchment Number of sheets: 132 fol. Sheet size: 330 × 236 mm Place of writing: Naples Date of writing: 1471–1476 Place of illumination: Naples Date of illumination: 1471–1476 Crest: Aragon coat-of-arms Possessor, provenience: King Matthias Hunyadi; Ottoman sultans; it was returned to Hungary as a present of Abdul Hamid, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire in 1877. Entries: There is an encrypted Latin text on the flyleaf that probably originates from the environment of Queen Beatrice, or from her very hand, as it tells about events related to her known from other sources: In the year 1491. of our Lord, on the Sunday after Epiphany I arrived here, at Eger, and on the third day also arrived the glorious King Vladislaus who had been crowned in 1490 on the Sunday after the Exaltation of the Cross. Binding: 19th-century, paper board, red Turkish leather binding Language of corvina: Latin Condition: Restored (NSZL, Mrs. László Ballagó, 1986–1987) Comment: Made from the 1471 Wendelin von Speyer edition of Venice.
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