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CICERONIS QUAEDAM

MRJ number: 
220
College classmark: 
I.12

Paper, 10.75 x 8, ff. 241, 35 lines to a page.  15th cent., very neatly written in a quasi-Italian (not Roman) hand.

Donor, T. Baker.                                                                               Wagstaff, 3466.

Collation : 110 – 810 912 (2 canc.) 1010 – 2410.

 

Contents :

        1.     M.  Tullii Ciceronis de Oratore liber primus Inc.  Lege

    felicissime, etc.                 .               .               .               .               .         f.    1

Cogitanti mihi sepenumero.

Lib. II, 28b.  Lib. III, 68.

      -curamque relaxemus.  M. T. Cic. lib. tertius et ultimus

        expl.

    2.     Inc. Brutus            .               .               .               .               .               .               91

Cum e Cilicia decedens

      -concursatio magis oportunorum.  Finit Brutus.

        3.     M. T. Ciceronis Orator inc. .               .               .               .               127

Utrum difficilius aut maius

      -imprudentiam suscepisse.  M.  T.  C.  Orator expl.

        4.     M. T. Ciceronis Paradoxa    .               .               .               .               .               154

Animaduerti Brute

      -inopes extimandi sunt.

Defunctis requies.  Pax uiuis.  Lausque deo sit.

    P. G. S.

160b, 161 blank.

        5.     M. T. Ciceronis De Tusculanis questionibus liber primus.

    Inc. prol.            .               .               .               .               .               .               162

Cum defensionum laboribus

      -nulla potuit inueniri leuatio.  Amen.

        6.     M. T. Ciceronis de uera Amicicia hic                .               .               .               229

Quintus Mutius augur sceuola

      -prestabilius esse putetis.

Defunctis requies, etc., ut supra.

Note of contents: added at end is (lined through): et de

    Iusticia quem folio quartodecimo non plus.

The book may have been written by a Dane, for at the end

    is written:

Cristiernus d. g. dacie norwegie sclauorum gotorumque Rex,

    comes de oldenborgh et delmenhorst.

One or two verses in last cover.

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