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P Antitus
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Antitus, La satyre megere, Les quatres eages passees, Le portail du temple Boccace
Parchment · 39 ff. · 12.4 x 17.9 cm · 1500-1501
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This manuscript contains the poems La satyre megere, a poem about the reconciliation of King Louis XII with Emperor Maximilian I, Les quatres eages passees, followed by a Ballade and three Rondeaux, and at the end Le portail du temple, inspired by an incomplete treatise by Boccaccio. This artificial composite manuscript consists of three original manuscripts entitled "Satyre Megere, poème d’Antitus dédié à Aymon de Montfacon, evesque de Lausanne, l’an de grâce mille cinq cens". The author Antitus Faure was chaplain to the Dukes of Burgundy and Savoy and, beginning in 1499, to the Prince-Bishop Aymon de Montfaucon († 1517) of Lausanne, to whom he dedicated these three works. This illuminated manuscript was bought by the state archive of the canton of Vaud in 1920. (cou)
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Notice de Gilbert Coutaz, Archives cantonales vaudoises, pour e-codices, 2015, à partir de Manuela Python.
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10.5076/e-codices-acv-P-Antitus (
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Albert Jörger, Der Miniaturist des Breviers des Jost von Silenen. Ein anonymer Buchmaler um 1500 und seine Werke in Freiburg, Bern, Sitten, Ivrea und Aosta, Sitten 2001 (Beihefte zu Vallesia 6), S. 124f.

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