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Initial folio(s) missing. Text of fol. 1 begins with Hercules Furens, verse 56: "et sacra dirae mortis in aperto iacent."
Title from colophon (fol. 176r).
Fol. 1r-176r: [Tragedies]
fol. 176r: [colophon]: "Marcii Lucii Ann[a]ei Senec[a]e Trag[o]edi[a]e decem feliciter expliciunt script[a]e per me Lucam de Petregnaculla de Parma."
Layout: Written in 34 long lines; frame-ruled.
Script: Written in a small gothic hand.
Decoration: Primary (9- to 10-line) and secondary (2- to 3-line) pen-flourished initials in red and blue; paragraph marks in red and blue; names of speaking actors in red.
Binding: 17th-century half vellum over paper boards.
Origin: Written in Italy (fol. 176r): "per me Lucam de Petregnaculla de Parma."
Provenance: Acquired in 1934.
Former shelfmark: Ms. 217.
Former shelfmark: x871 S2t 1365 (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). De Ricci,