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|Content||Poetica > Miscellanea|
|Origin||Otranto < Salento < Apulia < Southern Italy < Italy|
|Bibliography||B. Shailor, 1987, Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. MSS 251-500 (vol. 2), Binghamton (New York): 13-14|
|Identification||Diktyon (Pinakes), 46503|
|Comment||Shailor (1984: 14): 'Text was written by a single scribe. A later hand, bold and ill-formed, supplied the table of contents (ff. iii verso-iv verso), minor marginal notations and the foliation in the upper right corner (for ff. 1-60). Tinted drawing of Oppian writing his poem while contemplating fish in a nearby stream occurs on f. 1v (...) Written in southern Italy, probably in the area of Otranto (according to A. Zumbo), at the end of the 15th century'.|
|Occurrences||f. 61r  Ὀππιανὸς σελίδεσσιν Ἁλίπλοα φῦλα συνάψας [1476-1500]|
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