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Book of Hours of Gulbenkian, s. XV (5*)

3.560,00

This facsimile is part of the Spectacular Library.
Extraordinary facsimile edition carried out in 2009 of the Book of Hours of Gulbenkian, original preserved in the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon (Portugal), with the symbol Ms. Lat. 135. A 5 stars in every great Library!

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Book profits of animals, Arabic codex, 1354

3.000,00 2.100,00

Bella facsimile edition of one of the most interesting Arab codices of the Royal Library of El Escorial: The Book of profits of animals, signature ms. Arabic 898, authored by Ibn al-Durayhim al-Mawsili.

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Breviari d’Amor (Breviary of Love), s. XIV (NLR)

5.245,00 3.933,75

An encyclopedia of love. This loving compendium written by a Provençal troubadour, develops the main idea that the world emanates love in all its varieties: love of God, neighbor, earthly pleasures and finally the love for women and temptations that accompany it.

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Byzantine Menology of Oxford, s. XIV

2.970,00 1.782,00

Facsimile edition of the Byzantine Mention of Oxford, whose original is kept in the Bodleian Library of Oxford (Ms. Gr.th.f.1). Edited in 2006 by the deadline AyN Ediciones. A jewel for your library.

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Great Hours of Rohan, s. XV (very low number)

5.310,00 3.717,00

This facsimile is part of the Spectacular Library.
Extraordinary codex considered as the ultimate expression of medieval mysticism. The majesty of its miniatures places it in the most outstanding place of the art of the first half of the XV century.

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Great Hours of Rohan, XV century *****

5.310,00 2.655,00

This facsimile is part of the Spectacular Library.
Extraordinary codex considered as the ultimate expression of medieval mysticism. The majesty of its miniatures places it in the most outstanding place of the art of the first half of the XV century.

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Psalter Chludov, s. IX

2.795,00 2.096,25

The Chludov Psalter is the historiographical designation of an illuminated manuscript containing a psalter of the so-called “marginals”, whose realization has been dated to the middle of the ninth century in Constantinople. It is an exceptional example of Byzantine art,