Shelfmark: Cod. Lat. 422. Country: Hungary City: Budapest Keeper location: National Széchényi Library Author: Xenophon Content: De republica Lacedaemoniorum Translator: Franciscus Philelphus Writing medium: parchment Number of sheets: 58 fol. Sheet size: 251 × 155 mm Place of writing: Hungary (Buda? Esztergom?) Date of writing: ca. 1470 Scriptor: Probably a Hungarian scriptor who had worked in the vicinity of Iohannes Vitéz and Regiomontanus. Illuminator: "first" heraldic painter Place of illumination: Buda Date of illumination: late 1480s Crest: Cut out, but originally it must have been King Matthais' Hungarian and Bohemian royal coat-of-arms Possessor, provenience: Johannes Fabri, Bishop of Vienna (comp. bookplates); St. Nicolas College of the University of Vienna (1540); University of Vienna; Imperial Court Library, Vienna (1756); in line with the Venice Agreement (signed on November 27, 1932), it was returned to National Széchényi Library. Entries: The red margin notes had been made by Johannes Gremper. Binding: original gilded leather corvina binding; gauffered, gilded edge (probably in the late 1480s) Language of corvina: Latin Condition: Restored: NSZL, Mrs. László Ballagó, 1989–1990); Vienna 1910 Hungarian translation(s) of work(s) included in the corvina: Xenophón összes művei ; sorozatszerk. Németh György. Budapest : Osiris, 2001-2003.
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