Florence, Biblioteca Riccardiana, Ms. Ricc. 2669

Treatise on Arithmetic of Lorenzo the Magnificent Facsimile Edition

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The codex consists of 230 miniatures illuminated in gold and silver by the great Pedro Berruguete—painter to the Castile court of Joan the Mad and Philip the Handsome-and by the workshop of Botticelli. Codex commissioned by Lorenzo de Medici to educate his son Giovanni, the future Pope Leo X, in the arts of Banking and Commerce. The text of the manuscript has been attributed to Filippo Calandri on the basis of an incunabula published in Florence in 1491

We have 1 facsimile edition of the manuscript "Treatise on Arithmetic of Lorenzo the Magnificent": Tratado de Aritmética de Lorenzo el Magnífico facsimile edition, published by Patrimonio Ediciones, 2002


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