Description & Technical information
Still in need of a revised critical edition, this manuscript contains a copy of the most notable of the exegetical commentaries by Haimo of Auxerre, a key figure of the Carolingian Renaissance. Beautifully illuminated, the manuscript boasts an illustrious provenance having belonged to or even originally been commissioned by Jean II Budé, father to the famous humanist-bibliophile Guillaume Budé. The miniature added at a slightly later date (some 20 or 30 years after) must have been painted in Troyes, where the Budé family had strong ties.
Date: 1460-1480 (before 1481) and 1500
Period: 1400-1600, 15th century
Origin: France, Paris
Categories: Illuminated Manuscripts & Medieval Works of Art
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