Milan, Biblioteca Trivulziana del Castello Sforzesco, Cod. Triv. 1080

Divine Comedy Codice Trivulziano 1080 Facsimile Edition

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Copied in 1337 in Florence by Francesco di ser Nardo da Barberino, Codice Trivulziano 1080 features one of the oldest and most treasured texts of Dante's Divine Comedy, along with works by Iacopo Alighieri and Bosone Novello da Gubbio. The elegant humanistic script is embellished by fine miniatures attributed to the Master of the Dominican Effigies

From a decorative point of view, the codex is considered to be part of the so-called “Danti del Cento”, a large group of manuscripts of the Divine Comedy copied in Florence around the middle of the 14th century, all thought to have been penned by the same hand. From a philological point of view, the manuscript is regarded among the most important versions of Dante’s Divine Comedy.

In the early nineteenth century, the volume was purchased by the collector Gian Giacomo Trivulzio.

We have 1 facsimile edition of the manuscript "Divine Comedy Codice Trivulziano 1080": Il Codice Trivulziano 1080 facsimile edition, published by Hoepli, 1921

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Il Codice Trivulziano 1080

Milan: Hoepli, 1921

  • Commentary (Italian abstract) by Rocca, Luigi
  • Limited Edition: 350 copies
  • Full-size color reproduction of the entire original document, Divine Comedy Codice Trivulziano 1080: the facsimile attempts to replicate the look-and-feel and physical features of the original document; pages are trimmed according to the original format; the binding might not be consistent with the current document binding.

The complete title is: "Il Codice Trivulziano 1080 della Divina Commedia riprodotto in eliocromia sotto gli auspici della sezione milanese della Società Dantesca Italiana nel sesto centenario della morte del Poeta".

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