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De regimine principium ... [etc.]; [manuscript].
- De regimine principium ... [etc.] [manuscript].
- Excerpt on the power of princes from the Latin translation by Joannes Hispalensis of the Secretum secretorum, attributed to Aristotle, with an unidentified commentary, followed by a poem of 215 lines on friendship attributed to Cicero, perhaps based on Cicero's De amicitia. A recipe in German for a laxative added by another hand (f. 1r).
- 20 leaves : paper; 217 x 151 (148 x 100, 180 x 115) mm. bound to 222 x 159 mm.
- (OCoLC)ocn155930653; (OCoLC)155930653; (CStRLIN)PAUR06-B279; (PU)4219275-penndb-Voyager
- Sold by Helmuth Domizlaff (Munich), 1960.
- [Germany, 14--]
- Education of princes -- Early works to 1800.; Kings and rulers -- Duties -- Early works to 1800.; Political ethics -- Early works to 1800.; Friendship -- Early works to 1800.; Codices.; Commentaries.; Poems.; Manuscripts, Latin; 15th century.; Manuscripts, Renaissance.
- Personal Name:
- Joannes,; Aristotle.; Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
- Call Number:
- Ms. Codex 917
- Penn in Hand: Selected Manuscripts