Reckoning Time in Medieval Pisa Main MenuReckoning Time in Medieval PisaThe Textual Tradition of a Pisan Chronicle[Path 1]Chronicled TimeTechnological Process[Path 3]ConclusionsContributorsFurther ReadingNicholas Brown0eb570939c30a9ffeae6c6f9c61c0bfbe0279672Daryl P. Jacksone396a7fe11f4ae55904e5238207d921b28b0cb72Hannah Jones9fd3692ef3b42eef9cf0438b5c2a4855c2acfd56Laura Morrealeea5968063e9bb73752be7c434e8e3458b2daad8e
Provenance for British Library: Add MS 10027
12019-05-06T20:15:50-07:00Daryl P. Jacksone396a7fe11f4ae55904e5238207d921b28b0cb72327495A description of the know provenance for the British Library Manuscript used in this project.plainpublished2019-05-06T21:03:29-07:00Hannah Jones9fd3692ef3b42eef9cf0438b5c2a4855c2acfd56The earliest reference to the British Library's manuscript is in Catalog of the remaining portion of the library of the late Earl of Guilford, removed from Corfu, on page 84. It is lot 1633 of the auction to which the aforementioned catalog belongs, "Chronichi di Pisa, Manuscript. Prefixed by, Historia Vera Comitis Ugolini, Manuscript." According to the information available in the Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts, the manuscript was sold at that auction on November 17, 1835. On one of the end paper leaves of the manuscript, there is a handwritten note that says it was "Purchased 1836." The manuscript eventually made its way into the possession of the British Library, whether or not this happened at the auction in 1835 is unknown.