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Guide to Bruni, Leonardo, Opuscula varia. Manuscript, circa 1450

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Bruni, Leonardo, Opuscula varia. Manuscript (Ms 32)


circa 1450

Manuscript Number:

Codex Ms 32


1 volume; 30 x 22 cm


Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.


Four speeches by Leonardo Bruni, together with unidentified speeches. Text in Latin and Italian. Codex Ms 32.

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The manuscript is open for research.


When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Bruni, Leonardo, Opuscula varia. Manuscript, Codex Ms 32, Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Scope Note

Four speeches by Leonardo Aretino Bruni (circa 1369-1444), an Italian historian and statesman. The codex also includes other speeches which are either unsigned or were given by people who have not been properly identified: Lorenzo di Pensanno who spoke in Hovence, and Bello Angelo di Callio, who spoke at Assisi in 1411.

Modern blue buckram.

Text in Latin and Italian.

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Volume 1

Codex Ms 32

View cover (front)-fol. 23v.

View fols. 24r-cover (back.)