Sul S. Pantaleo 8 della Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma: una miscellanea dantesca di metà Trecento
The article discusses the MS S. Pantaleo 8, a remarkable collection of Dante’s works now kept at the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale in Rome. By investigating how the manuscript was prepared, and on the basis of the eight different writings of the scribes who copied the texts, as well as of the work of the three illuminators involved in the decoration of the book, the author suggests that the manuscript might have been copied around the mid-14th century either in eastern Tuscany or in Umbria.
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