Folio. 12 x 16 in. 250 pp. Title in red & black, colour frontisp., facsimile plates throughout. Dark brown cloth, gilt lettering on spine (minor shelfwear, slight rubbing), still VG copy. First Caratzas facsimile edition of this famed illuminated manuscript, considered to be the first encyclopedia written by a woman. The manuscript contains poetry, music, illustrations, and drew from many classical and Arab authors. The original was destroyed in 1870 during the siege of Strasbourg.
Near Fine. No Jacket. Book No. 212 of 750 copies. Repro. of medieval manuscript. Outsized. Gold-stamped maroon cloth. Light odor from a smoker's home. No dust jacket. Color frontispiece, many b/w repros. Commentary: A. Straub & G. Keller. Editor & trans: Aristide D. Caratzas. 36957 shelf.
N jacket. Lg. folio. xxxii, (2), 252pp. Title printed in red & black. Illus. with a color frontis. and 80 photographic plates. Edition ltd. to 750 numbered copies, this copy unnumbered. Dark burgundy cloth. Scho larly study of the drawings for illumination in this 12th century manuscript.
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