Liber Oridinis Rerum ("Esse-essencia-Glossar"), 15th century (MS Latin Kentucky I)
- Identifier: MS LAT KY I
- Summary: A fifteenth century Latin-to-German glossary of the natural world.
- Origin: Westfalia, 15th century
- Decoration: Limited decoration. One five-line rubricated initial E (fol. 1r), with some yellow ornamentation. One circular graph (fol. 1v) with red and black letters, and yellow illumination. Rubrication throughout to mark sections.
- Provenance: Formerly bound with S. Brigitta, 1466.
- Notes: Water stains throughout. Ruled in ink for two columns.
- Script: Late Gothic cursiva libraria. Ältere gothische Buchkursive
- Support: Paper
- Binding: none
- Layout: Two columns, 43-47 lines per column.
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