Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library
Bibliography for Harvard University, Houghton Library,
MS Typ 47
This bibliography was compiled by Aden Kumler, Julia Schlozman, Nadia Marx and William Stoneman.
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HOLLIS Record (Link) and Digital Images (Link)
B. L. Ullman. “Codices Maffeiani,” in Studies in the Italian Renaissance , pp. 373-382. Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1955. HOLLIS
This MS not cited.
José Ruysschaert. “Recherches des deux bibliothèques romaines Maffei des XVe et XVIe siècles,” La Bibliofilia 60 (1958), 306-333. HOLLIS
This MS not cited.
W.H. Bond and C.U. Faye, Supplement to the Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada. New York: Bibliographical Society of America, 1962. MS cited p. 256.
Brief description including date and name of scribe.
Sigrid Krämer, Handschriftenerbe des Deutschen Mittelalters, Mittelalterliche Bibliotekskataloge: Deutschlands und der Schweiz, 1. Munich: Beck, 1990. MS cited p. 596.
MS cited as possibly from the library of the Benedictines of Neresheim; scribe identified as Johannes Schwayckofer and dated 1537.
Michel Huglo, Les manuscrits du processionnal. Volume II, France à Afrique du sud. München: Henle, 2004. MS cited p. 474–75.
Digital Scriptorium. Columbia University Libraries. (Online) Accessed 24 May 2010. Internet Link
A searchable database of manuscripts from various collections. Search or browse under shelfmark MS Typ 0045. Contains a basic description of the physical layout and contents of the manuscript. Link
Peter Kidd. “An Unnoticed Photograph at Houghton Library; or, Unknown Leaves from the Library of Raphael de Marcatellis,” Harvard Library Bulletin 21.2 (Piecing Together the Picture: Fragments of German and Netherlandish Manuscripts in Houghton Library edited by Jeffrey F. Hamburger) (2010), 143-151. MS cited p. 145. HOLLIS
In a passing reference Kidd identifies the arms in this MS as those of Mario Maffei (1463-1537) of Volterra and an addition to the known copies of surviving books from his important library.