A manuscript of van Meteren's Historie In my essay 'Van Meteren als historicus' I drew attention to a manu- script in the University Library at Leiden which contains the text of the first twelve books of Emanuel van Meteren's historical work. In the following pages I shall subject this manuscript to closer examina- tion.I The manuscript in question is a Codex Perizonianus in fol.no. 45. It is named in Geel's catalogue and later, in i946, it was described in the catalogue of the Codices Perizoniani2 as: paper manuscript from seven- teenth century, 365 x 230. Fo1.439. Binding paper covered with vellum. It contains books 1-12 of van Meteren's work. The catalogue entry also states that the manuscript came from the library of P. Burman II, at the sale of which in 1799 it was bought by Leiden University Library. The title of the work is Nederlantse Historie ghedurende den t?t vande rege- ringhe Conincks Philips den tweeden Coninck van Spanien, sone van den Keyser Carolus de vijfde der Nederlande(n) Overheere. The catalogue rightly says of this title that it may not have been written by the same hand as the text. To my mind there is no doubt
Quaerendo – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1975
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