Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library
Bibliography for Harvard University, Houghton Library,
MS Typ 425
This bibliography was compiled by Aden Kumler, Julia Schlozman, Nadia Marx, and Johanna Rodda.
Please be advised that some links may require Harvard ID and PIN.
HOLLIS Record (Link) and Digital Images (Link)
Houghton Library. The Houghton Library Reports. Accessions. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard College Library, 1956-57. MS cited p. 2
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. 278.
Brief description of manuscript’s contents, physical properties, and provenance.
Paul Oskar Kristeller, Iter Italicum: A Finding List of Uncatalogued or Incompletely Catalogued Humanistic Manuscripts of the Renaissance in Italian and other Libraries. London: Warburg Institute; Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1963–97. MS cited in v. V, p. 233.
Accessible through Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance, a “subscribers only” database. To search the database, connect to: Iter Italicum and search by Houghton Library, Typographic Collection. (Link) HOLLIS
Roger S. Wieck, Late Medieval and Renaissance Illuminated Manuscripts, 1350–1525, in the Houghton Library. Cambridge: Department of Printing and Graphic Arts, Harvard College Library, 1983. MS cited p. 133, fig. 104.
Claudio Villa. La “Lectura Terentii.” Da Ildemaro a Francesco Petrarca. Studia sul Petrarca 17. Padova: Antenore, 1984. MS cited 310.
Dennis Dutschke, Census of Petrarch Manuscripts in the United States. Censimento dei codici petrarcheschi, 9. Padova: Antenore, 1986. MS cited n. 25, p. 92.
C. Villa, “Petrarca e Terenzio,” Studi Petrarcheschi, 6 (1989), p. 1-22.
Barbara A. Shailor. Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Beinecke Rare and Manuscript Book Library at Yale University. Vol. 3: Marston Manuscripts. Medieval & Renaissance Text & Studies 100. Binghamton, NY: 1992. MS cited p. 61. HOLLIS
This MS cited as one of 5 MSS attributed by A.C. de la Mare to the “Scribe of the Maffei Vergil (Chicago, Newberry Library, 95.5)” in a description of New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library MS Marston 35.
Albinia de la Mare, “Lo scriptorium di Malatesta Novello,” in Libraria Domini: i manoscritti della Biblioteca malatestiana : testi e decorazioni, eds. Fabrizio Lollini, Piero Lucchi & Albinia Catherine De la Mare. Bologna: Grafis, 1995, p. 35-93. MS cited p. 85.
Digital Scriptorium. Columbia University Libraries. (Online) Accessed 4 March 2010. Internet Link
A searchable database of manuscripts from various collections. Search or browse under shelfmark MS Typ 00425. Contains a basic description of the physical layout and contents of the manuscript. Link
Don C. Skemer. Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts in the Princeton University Library. Princeton: Department of Art & Archaeology and the Princeton University Library in association with the Princeton University Press, 2013. MS cited II, 212.
This MS cited in a list of 10 MSS attributed by A.C. de la Mare to the scribe of the “Maffei Virgil” in a description of Princeton, MS Princeton 35.