Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library
Bibliography for Harvard University, Houghton Library,
MS Richardson 46
This bibliography was compiled by Jessica Berenbeim, Justin Stover, Joshua O’Driscoll and Julia Schlozman.
Please be advised that some links may require Harvard ID and PIN.
HOLLIS Record (Link)
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. 248.
Brief description of manuscript’s contents, physical properties, and approximate date. Available online (Link). HOLLIS
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. 231.
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, Richardson 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. 118 and fig. 53 (reproducing f. 1).
Brief catalog entry describing manuscript’s contents, physical properties, date, illumination, and provenance. HOLLIS
Annarosa Garzelli and Albinia Catherine De la Mare, Miniatura fiorentina del Rinascimento, 1440-1525: un primo censimento. Scandicci, Firenze: Giunta regionale toscana, 1985. MS cited pp. 448, and 553 no. 106.
Mentioned in a listing of manuscripts associated with the anonymous scribe known as
The scribe of the former Yates Thompson Petrarch. HOLLIS
Paul Oskar Kristeller, “Some Original Letters and Autograph Manuscripts of
Marsilio Ficino,” in Studi di bibliografia e di storia in onore di Tammaro de Marinis,
pp. 5-33. Verona: Stamperia Valdonega, 1964. MS cited p. 23.
A description of the manuscript’s contents and physical properties. The author does not
consider Ficino’s letter to be autograph. HOLLIS