Translated by Laurentius Valla. Revised by Johannes Andreas de Bussis, bishop of Aleria.
Rome: Arnoldus Pannartz, 20 Apr. 1475.
Fol. [110 28 36 4-1310 148 15-1910 208 21-2210 23-268.10].  leaves (1/1 blank).
ISTC ih00089000; GW 12322; Goff H89; BMC IV 61 (IB. 17908); Bod-inc H-055; CIBN H-55; BSB-Ink H-121.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Hunterian Bf.2.2 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Note:||Several leaves misbound: 12/10, 6/4, 6/7 (ff. 114, 48, 51) misbound in that order between quires 9 and 10; 26/2 (f. 238) misbound between 26/8 and 26/9 (ff. 244 and 245).|
|Provenance:||Anthony Askew (1722-1774), physician and classical scholar: Askew sale, 13 Feb. 1775 onwards; lot 1916 in Bibliotheca Askeviana … (London: Baker & Leigh, 1775).
William Hunter (1718-1783), physician and anatomist: purchased by Hunter at the Askew sale for £1.11.6 according to the annotated copy of the Askew sale catalogue in Cambridge University Library; price confirmed in the partially annotated copy of the Askew sale catalogue in Glasgow University Library (shelfmark Mu36-c.8).
University of Glasgow: Hunterian bequest 1807; Hunterian Museum bookplate on front pastedown, with former shelfmark “At.1.8”.
|Binding:||18th-century dark brown goatskin; covers decorated with a single gold-fillet border and gold corner-pieces; gold-tooled spine; dark blue-edged leaves. Size: 318 x 232 mm.|
|Leaf size:||312 x 225 mm.|
|Annotations:||Profusely annotated throughout in various 16th-century hands (mainly extracting keywords); chapter numbers added in inner margins up to 20/6v (f. 188v) in a 16th-century hand, which has also supplied the foliation “1”-“221” beginning at quire 4; occasional underlining, manicules and nota marks; guide-letter “H” supplied for opening initial on 4/1r (f. 25r); running book numbers “I”-“VIIII” added on recto leaves; marginal annotations in Italian in an 18th-century hand on 5/7v (f. 41v) and on 24/1r (f. 219r); on 4/1r (f. 25r) two numbers in ink “27” and “20” (the latter scored through).|
|Imperfections:||Wanting quires 1-3 containing the Tabula, and the final leaf 26/10 (f. 246) containing the Registrum.|