London, Great Britain, British Library, MS Additional 35087

Provenance: Perhaps copied in Bruges (scribal concordance with B-Br IV.90/B-Br IV.1274/B-Tv 94). Compiled for Jérôme Lauweryn of Watervliet (d. 1509), an official at the Netherlands court during reigns of Maximilian I, Philip the Fair, and Margaret of Austria (inscription on f. 1: "Hieronymus Laurinus est meus herus"). Two English inscriptions (ff. 37v, 75v) apparently in 16th-century hands; manuscript probably came to England through connections between Lauweryn family and English humanists. Subsequent owners unknown until 19th century. Presented to British Museum by Herbert Thompson in 1897.

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London, Great Britain
red cloth over wood
none edges
Endpapers: paper
With white spine.

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