Detailed manuscript information (based on Ernest Langlois, Les manuscrits du Roman de la rose. Description et classement, Geneva: Slatkine Reprints, 1974, p. 195).

Parchment. 290x213, 190 fols, two columns at 39 lines, written in Paris in 1353. Beginning of the second folio: Lors pris l'aguille a enfiler. It contains the Roman de la rose fols 1-160v and the Testament on fols 161r-190v.

Ex-libris

  1. Beneath the last explicit, some lines in a more modern hand have been erased.
  2. Puis que de vous et A.S.A. qui Fortune a.
  3. The Bibliothèque de Genève received this manuscript in 1742 from Am. Lullin who had bought it from the heirs of A. Petau.
Folio 70v Folio 82r
Folio 94v Folio 143r
Folio 143v  

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