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Viridarium consolationis; [manuscript].
- Viridarium consolationis [manuscript].
- Two anonymous and unidentified treatises on virtues and vices. The first work (f. 1r-25v), which is not identical with the Viridarium consolationis by William of Auvergne (d. 1249), draws chiefly from the usual authorities such as Cicero, Boethius, "Il Filosofo" (i.e., Aristotle), Valerius Maximus, Gregory, St. Augustine and St. Isidore. It deals mostly with the cardinal virtues, but seems to deviate considerably from the ordinary texts of this type in its heavy emphasis on giustizia. The second work (f. 25v-52v) deals chiefly with the consolations offered by the Christian faith.
- 52 leaves : paper; 294 x 214 (217 x 148) mm. bound to 305 x 225 mm.
- (OCoLC)ocn155964469; (OCoLC)155964469; (CStRLIN)PAUR95-A494; (PU)1580994-penndb-Voyager
- Formerly owned by Hermann Suchier (bookplate, f. 1r).; Sold by Bernard M. Rosenthal (New York), 1960.
- [Italy, 14--]
- Cardinal virtues -- Early works to 1800.; Devotional literature, Italian -- Early works to 1800.; Religious literature, Italian -- Early works to 1800.; Spirituality -- Catholic Church.; Vices -- Early works to 1800.; Codices.; Treatises.; Manuscripts, Italian; 15th century.; Manuscripts, Renaissance.
- Personal Name:
- Suchier, Hermann,
- Call Number:
- Oversize Ms. Codex 353
- Penn in Hand: Selected Manuscripts