[CAM] New Fiore Manuscript Found!

Philip Piel Sp00n at wi.rr.com
Sat Sep 27 18:53:38 CDT 2008


I would imagine doing this is sorta like putting together a puzzle, with 
no box and an unknown amount of pieces. To my understanding these are 
mostly notes and refreshers.. without the original 'master' copy, we're 
going to miss a lot of information.

Then again, I'm no historian or scholar.
~Simon
> (I've replied to both lists [removing the list header to keep the
> subject line short], thinking that resulting discussion might be
> interesting or useful to members of both.)
>
> Presented with manuscripts that each have at least some unique
> detail, has anyone before me :) ever thought of combining them into a
> sort of "completed work"?  What are the merits and non-merits of the
> idea, do you suppose?
>
> Umm, wow!  I guess that's it this time.  ;>
> -- Dahrien =)
>
>
> ---- Original Message ----
> From: Karl.J.Jacobs at jci.com
> To: northshield at minstrel.com, cam at minstrel.com
> Subject: RE: [Northshield] New Fiore Manuscript Found!
> Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 08:32:39 -0500
>
> [Snip!]
> The Getty manuscript was the most complete and detailed, and many
> folks have treated it as the most authoritative of the three
> manuscripts.[Interestingly, however, there is material in the
> Novati/Pisanni-Dossi Manuscript that does not appear in the Getty
> (and vice versa)].  This one looks to lack the textual richness and
> depth of the Getty and Pierpoint-Morgan, but has similar visual
> richness.
> [End Snip!]
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