Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library > Recognitiones
- Pseudo-Clemens I., creator
- Published / Created
- between 1475 and 1500
- Publication Place
- Northern Italy or Austria
Ample space was provided for headings and initials at the beginning of the Prologue and the ten Books of art. 1 and at the beginning of art. 2, but these were never executed.
Binder's blanks not digitized.
Binding: Seventeenth-century (?). Deerskin (formerly red) over pasteboard. Spine with three raised bands and worn handwritten title ******* Epistola. M.S.; at the bottom of the spine handwritten worn pressmark. Remnants of four leather ties, including one in the middle of the upper and one in the middle of the lower edge of the covers. On the lower edge of the book the handwritten title in ink (17th century): Epist. D. Clementis.
Manuscript on parchment of 2 works that belong to the Pseudoclementine Literature, ascribed to Clement bishop of Rome (ca. 96). Their text is marked by countless corrections, additions and variant readings added by contemporary hands. In a Latin translation by Rufinus of Aquileia. Copied by one hand in light red-brown ink in Humanistica Cursiva Libraria. The corrections are in the same type of script.
Pseudo-Clemens I, Recognitiones. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
Watermark resembles Piccard, v. 2, IV.36 (?).
- ff. iii + 170 + ii : parchment ; 305 x 220 mm.
- Extent of Digitization
- This object has been completely digitized.
- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
- Call Number
- Beinecke MS 644
Subjects, Formats, And Genres
- mixed material
- Resource Type
- Archives or Manuscripts
- Subject (Name)
of Aquileia, Rufinus, 345-410
- Subject (Topic)
Christian literature, Latin (Medieval and modern)
Manuscripts, Medieval -- Connecticut -- New Haven
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