Charles, d'Anjou, I (1226-1285)
This manuscript contains a collection of letters exchanged in the court circle of Friedrich II., assembled in about 1270 at the papal Curia as a collection, which is generally attributed to Petrus de Vinea (Chancellor of Friedrich II.; ca. 1200-1249). This collection has been reproduced in over 230 manuscripts and was long regarded as a model for writers because of the elegant language used in the letters. The role of the collection as a model is enhanced in CB 132 by the inclusion of a copy of the "Ars dictaminis" by Bovilius Aretinus.
Online Since: 12/20/2007
- Bodmer, Martin (Former possessor) | Bonfilius, Aretinus (Author) | Charles, d'Anjou, I (Author) | Clemens IV, Papa (Author) | Innocentius III, Papa (Author) | Kraus, Hans P. (Seller) | Mazzei, Lapo (Former possessor) | Petrus, de Vinea (Author) Found in: Standard description