Ars poetica ; Satirae
Princeton MS. 32 was produced in the second half of the 15th century, possibly in Germany or the Low Countries. Manuscript on paper, 55 leaves (29.2 x 20.8 cm), with watermark closest to Briquet 8606, used in the Low Countries, northern Germany, and northern France in the 1470s. Late 19th-century American binding (half golden-brown morocco and marbled paper) by H. W. Fisher & Co., 127 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. Robert W. Patterson, Class of 1876, the donor of the Robert Patterson '76 Collection of Editions of Horace, donated this manuscript to the Princeton University Library in 1911. A small circular embossed Princeton University Library property stamp on fol. 1r.
- 55 leaves ; 292 x 208 mm
- 1r-10v: Horace, Ars poetica. Fol. 11r-v is ruled but without text.
- 12r-55v: Horace, Satirae I-II. Includes contemporary interlinear and occasional marginal annotations, occasionally trimmed by a bookbinder.
- Aesthetics‒Early works to 1800
- Poetics‒Early works to 1800
- Criticism‒Early works to 1800
- Verse satire, Latin‒Early works to 1800
- Princeton University Library. Rare Books: Manuscripts Collection (MSS). Princeton MS. 32
- Horace. Ars poetica
- Horace. Satirae. Liber 1
- Horace. Satirae. Liber 2