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Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Magliabech. XI.103

s. XVI1 (1547-1548). Or.: copied by Amerigo Roncioni at the University of Pisa. Prov.: ‘Francisci Caesaris Augusti munificentia’ (inner front cover); Antonio Magliabechi (d. 1714).

Paper, 73 f. (unfoliated), a single hand.

Ptolemaica (single text). Blank: 1, 68-73.

Lit. G. Targioni-Tozzetti, Fondo Magliabechiano. Inventario dei manoscritti (hanwritten catalogue), IV, 267r; P. O. Kristeller, Iter Italicum, I, London-Leiden, 1977, 118.


‘Lectura super Ptolomei Quadripartitum reverendi ac eximii magistri Iuliani Ristorii Pratensis, per Amerigum Roncionem Pratensem currenti calamo collecta. Incipit liber tertius. Lectio LXIIa. <H>uc usque accidentia generalia: Ista est secunda pars principalis huius voluminis in qua Pto<lomeus> pertractat — item animae nimium fuerit prestans ut predicat futura dicitur et…’

= Giuliano Ristori, Lectures on the Quadripartitum (1547-1548) (C.2.12), Book III only, ending incomplete in the middle of Lecture 78 at the bottom of f. 67v. The text was once more complete, as suggested by the catchword f. 67v. No glosses. Books I and II by Amerigo Roncioni are in MS Florence, BR, 157 (see).