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Detailed manuscript information (based on Ernest Langlois, Les manuscrits du Roman de la rose. Description et classement, Geneva: Slatkine Reprints, 1974, p. 48-49).
Parchment, measure: 325x231mm, 200 fols numbered by a rubricator, at two columns, 37 lines. Beginning of second folio: D'un aiguillier mignot et gent. Binding with Napoleon's coat of arms. The Roman appears on fols 1-157r, followed by the Testament on fols 158r-167v. Fol. 168 is left blank followed by the Sept articles de la foi on fols 169r-200r and the Codicille on fol. 200r-v.
God of Love on the left
Genius on the right
Clothing and other features:
1. God of Love
Red houppeland with fur-lined long sleeves and a high collar with white ruffles
Red and blue wings
Probably a blue habit over the shoulders
The God of Love is holding a mitre in his left hand and a golden crozier and plate in his right hand, offering them to Genius. Genius is looking back at the God of Love and accepting the objects.
A large gold crozier
A white and gold mitre
Green piece of fabric, holding a golden plate
- On last flyleaf: Ce livre est au duc de Berry. Jehan
- Following the Roman, several ex-libris have been erased and are illegible.
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