MARGIE N. FUIT-OVERDUIN Some unknown fragments of Die ieeste van iulius cesar* Some time ago I found among the leaves of MS 75 B 14 of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, two strips of paper bearing fragments of printed text.' They are repair strips pasted into the fold of a bifolium in order to strengthen the gathering and as such were bound in with the other leaves. To produce such stiffenings binders normally employed so-called binder's waste, i.e. paper taken from cut-up manuscripts or unusable printed sheets.2 This particular manuscript has no fewer than fourteen such strips pasted into it. The majority of these are blank, but two of them bear text. The first strip (henceforth called strip A) occurs between 2v./3r. and lOv./llr. of gathering a. It is a piece of paper cut slightly obliquely across the width of the sheet. Another piece was torn off this strip at a later stage, causing it to taper off, the length from 282 to 210 mm and the width from 29 to 5 mm. On either side of this strip two 90 mm wide columns consisting of c. seven lines of text can be discerned (illus. 1). The second
Quaerendo – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1988
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