First architectural drawings and inscriptions
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- 1501 - 1600
Foliation in upper right is incorrect--it skips the first 41 folios, and starts with f.1 on what is in fact f. 42. For convenience, both the actual and exisitng folio # will be used for images.
De Ricci, Supplement, 333.
Up to 42 long lines per page, ruled in brown ink.
Some of the drawings of antiquities include human figures.
Drawings of antiquities, green and red ink used in text.
Note on folio 210v (labelled 169v) indicates that the given monument was found in November 1501; thus the manuscript dates from after that.
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