2 whole leaves to frame facsimile codex Balneis Puteoli, ready to decorate that special corner of your home or office with an image of a manuscript work of more than 5 centuries.
In ancient times, when manuscripts codices were unique specimens, there was a bad attitude of some unscrupulous who was to detach the leaves or cut out pictures and then decorate their homes. Thanks to the new techniques of editing and printing, with those reproduced in great detail the original works, now you have the opportunity to enjoy our home without any regrets, in a small piece of these works manuscripts and historical as if part of the original were.
This set of 2 sheets complement an information folder and the original codex facsimile particular work. The indicated price is for the whole folder.
The pages of the manuscript, edited and handcrafted, with measures 21.5 x 30 cms., Are attached by a small part sewn on cardboard 29.5 x 42 cm., Ready to be framed and decorate that special place your home or your office.
The Codex Balneis Puteoli:
Pietro da Eboli wrote this poem in hexameters on the medical benefits of the various hot springs in the early thirteenth century and dedicated to the Emperor Frederick II. The bathrooms were famous for their curative powers since ancient times. The miniatures are painted on odd pages and contain vivid representations of groups of naked men and women using the baths with various figures in landscapes.
The codex was written about 1470 by Virgilio Ursuleo, Ursuleo brother Pietro, who seem to have been the copyist of Munich Valturio.
Hometown: Weapons of Alfonso of Aragon, Duke of Calabria, who ascended the throne as King Alfonso II of Naples; bequest to San Miguel de los Reyes, Valencia, Fernando de Aragon, Prince of Taranto, 1550.
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