Hieroglyphica Horapollinis, a Davide Hoeschelio Fide Codicis Augustani ms. correcta, suppleta, illustrata.
Horapollo (5th century)
Place of origin
Blickling Hall, Norfolk (Accredited Museum)
On show at
, 214 [i.e. 217],  p. ; 4to. Running number: 5939. Provenance: manuscript initial on front fly-leaf: "M." [i.e. catalogue code of John Mitchell (ca. 1685-1751), librarian to Sir Richard Ellys (1682-1742)]. Binding: eighteenth-century[?] full sprinkled calf; gilt fillet and two roll patterns to form a border; gilt quatrefoil centepiece stamp, within which are four smaller tulip stamps and one floral stamp; gilt roll pattern along board edges; gold-tooled spine, with gilt title label. Red sprinkled egdes. Marbled endpapers.
Makers and roles
Horapollo (5th century), author David Hoeschel (1556-1617), editor Jean Mercier (d.1570, translator Marcus Welser (1558-1614), publisher