Penn Library's Library's LJS 488 - Cose di geometria / estratte dal frate ... (Video Orientation)
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Geometry--Early works to 1800, Architecture--Orders--Early works to 1800, Ink--Early works to 1800, diagrams, codices (bound manuscripts), treatises, Excerpts, Recipes, Manuscripts Italian--15th century, Manuscripts Italian--16th century, Manuscripts Renaissance
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Porter, D. (2023, April 04). Penn Library's Library's LJS 488 - Cose di geometria / estratte dal frate ... (Video Orientation). [Video file.] Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/sims_video/228
Video Orientation to the University of Pennsylvania Library's LJS 488, excerpts from the second part of Luca Pacioli's synthesis of mathematics, first printed in Venice in 1494, concerning geometry; and from the sixth and seventh books of Leon Battista Alberti's architectural treatise De re aedificatoria, concerning the architectural orders of columns and capitals (Doric, Ionic, Corinthian). One page of recipes in Latin for ink (f. 17r) and one page of recipes in Italian for stomach ache (f. 18r) at the end of the manuscript.
Written in Italy, probably in Venice, after 1494 (date of first edition of Pacioli's Summa and dates of watermarks).
Record on Franklin, with link to a digital copy: https://franklin.library.upenn.edu/catalog/FRANKLIN_9958490103503681
Record on Internet Archive, with a link to PDF: https://archive.org/details/ljs488