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Table of contents: Incipit liber Richardi de patriarcis: De studio sapientie et eius conmendatione; Incipit liber Richardi de interiori homine; Moyses et Aaron in sacerdotibus eius. et Samuel inter eos qui inuocant nomen eius.
Canticum canticorum, with glossa ordinaria; Peter of Limoges; John Chrysostom; Hugo of St. Victor, etc., 1100 - 1299
This collection contains David Benjamin Updegraff's heavily annotated Bible. His notes discuss theology and the content of the Bible. It also includes placed or tipped-in materials and notes.
This is an Italian manuscript from the mid-fifteenth century, which contains Eusebius' De evangelica praeparatione, translated by George of Trebizond.
This manuscript of the late twelfth-century text De miseria conditionis humanae was produced in Italy in the second half of the fifteenth century. The author of the work was the cardinal Lotario dei Segni, who later became Pope Innocent III. This copy is written on paper in a Gothic cursive script, with red and blue initials.