Árni Magnússon’s rearrangement of paper manuscripts

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				<title>AM 410 4to</title>
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				<authority>Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, København</authority>
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					<msIdentifier>
						<repository ref="#AMIS">Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Reykjavík</repository>
						<idno>AM 410 4to</idno>
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					<physDesc>
						<objectDesc form="codex">
							<supportDesc material="chart">
								<support>
									<num type="front-flyleaf" value="2"/> 
									<num type="book-block" value="100"/>
									<num type="back-flyleaf" value="2"/>
									<dimensions type="leaf">
										<height unit="mm" quantity="202"/>  
										<width unit="mm" quantity="156"/>
									</dimensions>
									<watermark ana="yes"><p>The watermark of the second front flyleaf (in between the AM-slips and the text block) and the first back flyleaf
									is a large coat of arms of Amsterdam. <note>The same watermark is found on the added bifolium 
									in <ref>AM 606 g 4to</ref>.</note></p>
										<p>The watermark of the second back flyleaf is probably part of a countermark ("L"?). The first front
											flyleaf may be of the same paper. <note>Both outermost flyleaves form bifolia with the respective pastedown.</note></p>
										<p>The AM-slips 1 and 2 do not show any watermarks. <note>On top of the second front flyleaf's recto-side,
											there are remnants of old glue, smaller than the 
											leaf is wide. It is possible that the current AM-slip 2 used to be glued on there, but since it
											is now attached to the first flyleaf, this
											cannot be known for sure.</note></p>
										<p>The AM-slips 3 and 4 show different foolscap watermarks, while AM-slip 5 shows parts of letters, 
											but the watermark
											cannot be determined.</p></watermark>
								</support>
								
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						<bindingDesc><binding><p>The manuscript is bound in a full parchment binding with parchment strips laced through the spine fold, 
							presumably dating to <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>'s time. 
							The parchment shows traces of having been used to cover another binding before, probably for a folio-manuscript. 
							On the spine, there is a sticker for
						the shelfmark and a lighter stain where the sticker for the running number used to be. The pastedowns are made from
						plain white paper. On the inside of the front board, there is writing from different periods. On top,
						there is writing in thin brown ink: <q>1300 maa conf. med (B?)rig. af C. for deraf
							at see hvorledis IIII 28. (trl?) (er?) kommet til H. Johannis glöd.</q>
						There is moreover writing in pencil (in Danish), which dates later than when the small slip 
						with the shelfmark (written by <name type="person" key="KriKaa001">Kålund</name>) was glued onto the inside of
							the board, since this writing continues onto the shelfmark slip.</p>
						</binding></bindingDesc>
						
						<accMat><p>There are five AM-slips in front of the manuscript:
							<list>
							<item><locus from="accMat01r" to="accMat01v">AM-slip 1 ("I")</locus> 
								(<dimensions type="slip" unit="mm"><height>200</height><width>147</width></dimensions>) is glued
								onto the recto-side of the first front flyleaf (close to the spine). It reads in 
									the hand of <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>: 
									<q xml:lang="is" type="AMSlip">þessa An<ex>n</ex>ala liede
									mier Arna Magnussyne 1712. in Octobri Mons<ex>ieu</ex>r Þormodur Torfason. Voru þ<ex>ei</ex>r þä
										in<ex>n</ex>bundner framanvid An<ex>n</ex>ala Biỏrns ä Skardzä. En<ex>n</ex> eg hefi þä läted
									in<ex>n</ex>binda sier i lage, so setter yrde inter libros antiqvos, hellst þar
									<add place="above" hand="ArnMag001">han<ex>n</ex>s hustru</add> ädröst, ad e<ex>ck</ex>j munde þä
										i bräde aptur heimta. 
										<p>Hỏndenn ä þessum annälum er (ef eg ecki villest) skrifara eins h<ex>erra</ex> Þorlaks
										Skulasonar b<ex>is</ex>k<ex>u</ex>ps ä Holu<ex>m</ex>, sem an<ex>n</ex>alana, ï þan<ex>n</ex>
										mäta, hefur Copiera
										läted epter ỏdru elldra Exemplare. <add place="below" hand="ArnMag001">verte</add></p> 
										<p>1715. gaf Mons<ex>ieu</ex>r Þormodar
										Torfasonar kiærasta mier þessa annala, og sendte mier in Originali þad
										revers sem eg þar uppä gefed hafde þan<ex>n</ex> 13. octobris 1712. Er so
											bokin<ex>n</ex> nu min.</p> Kiỏbenhavn. 1 maii 1715. A Magnusson.</q></item>
							<item><locus from="accMat02r" to="accMat02v">AM-slip 2 ("II")</locus> 
										(<dimensions type="slip" unit="mm"><height>159</height><width>101</width></dimensions>),
											also in the hand of <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>,
											is fully glued onto the recto-side of the first front flyleaf. It reads: <q xml:lang="is" type="AMSlip">Mig minner eg hafi
											haft nordan ur landi an<ex>n</ex>ala Excerpta nockur litelvæg, sem eg mun sidan
											eydilagt hafa. <add place="below" hand="ArnMag001">þ<ex>ad</ex> er vist af an<ex>n</ex>otatione 
											minni framan ä S<ex>era</ex> Hiallta
											Copiu, ad eg .2. exemplaria chartacea (vond eda god) hier vid
											confererad hafi.</add> <p>þar urkynni þau loca tekin vera i þessu differentiis,
											sem eg nu hvergi finn hvadan tekin sieu.</p> 
											vide præterea horum Annalium
											anni 1290-92. </q></item>
							<item><locus from="accMat03r" to="accMat03v">AM-slip 3 ("III")</locus>
												(<dimensions type="slip" unit="mm"><height>192</height><width>131</width>
												</dimensions>) is glued onto the verso-side of the first front flyleaf. It
													reads in <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>'s hand: 
													<q xml:lang="is" type="AMSlip">Þesser Annalar eru
														(sem mier virdest) riett hiner sỏmu, sem standa in membranâ Regia in
													4to. og eg ä Copie af med hendi Asgeirs in folio. þegar aptur ä þa
													sæker, eru auk<ex>ar</ex> res gestæ annorum med fäeinum tilburdum cuiusvis
														anni, og ept<ex>er</ex> 1310. verda þesser aller ỏdruvis og eru þar longè
													locupletiones. Þesser munu skrifader vera ex veteri Exemplari, sem ä
													fyrm timum hefur ritad vered epter nefndum Annalibus regiis in 4to
													og med þ<ex>ad</ex> sama interpolerad. vide mitt folium membraneum, sem ur
													þessum An<ex>n</ex>alum.</q></item>
							<item><locus from="accMat04r" to="accMat04v">AM-slip 4 ("IV-V")</locus> is a bifolium
														(<dimensions type="slip" unit="mm"><height>192</height><width>153</width></dimensions>), 
														which is attached to the verso-side of the first front leaf (close to the spine). 
														<name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> has written on the four pages: 
															<q xml:lang="is" type="AMSlip">Ur þessum Annalum
															skrifadi S<ex>era</ex> Hiallte Þorsteinsson, þa han<ex>n</ex> var i 
															Kaupenhafn, fyrer
															mig, eitt Exemplar, sem byriadest ä anno 810. og hliop yfir eitt <ex>og</ex>
															an<ex>n</ex>ad usqve in ann<ex>o</ex> 1000. sidan var þ<ex>ad</ex> fullkomin Copia
															hier af, ut til endans. 
															<p>þad sama exemplar vard mier önytt epter þad þetta
															eignadizt. þad var og vitiosè skrifad, og villde eg eigi, ad þ<ex>ad</ex>
															nockurn sidan villa skylldi Reif eg þ<ex>ad</ex> þvi i sundur 1724. var in
															folio, og hafde eg þ<ex>ad</ex> þö fyrrum in<ex>n</ex>binda läted.</p> 
															<p>A marginibus þessa Exemplaris, med hendi S<ex>era</ex> Hiallta hafde eg 
															nockru sidar an<ex>n</ex>oterad i
																nockrum stỏdum, eige allfäum, nockrar differentias ur ỏdrum
															Exemplaribus, og skrifad framanä þetta S<ex>era</ex> Hiallta Exemplar ad þær
															differentiæ være teknar: ex binis ejusdem generis (sem þetta er)
															Annalibus chartaceis, en<ex>n</ex> hafde þetta eigi distinctius þar annoterad.</p>
															<p>Flestar af þessum differentiis voru manifestè teknar ur þvi excerpto
															Skalholltz annals <add place="above" hand="ArnMag001">hins forna</add>, sem 
															S<ex>era</ex> Jon Eigilsson i Holum hefur
																giỏrt 1601. Confereradi eg þetta, adur en<ex>n</ex> þessa S<ex>era</ex> Hiallta Copiu i
															sundur tok, og eydilagde med þ<ex>ad</ex> sama fyrrskrifad Excerptum S<ex>era</ex> Jons
															Skiede þetta 1724.</p> 
															Arenu sidar 1725. confereradi eg ä ny, þessar
															differentias <del rend="overstrike" resp="ArnMag001">ad</del> 
															sem noterad<ex>ar</ex> voru ä Exemplarenu med hende S<ex>era</ex> Hiallta,
															vid Skalholltz an<ex>n</ex>al hinn forna (ur hverium S<ex>era</ex> Jon sin Excerpta <!-- AM 428 4to -->
																giỏrt hafde) og finnast þær allar i sỏgdum an<ex>n</ex>al, ad fräteknum þessum
															epterfylgiande: 
																<p>ad ann. 984. kirkiugiord Þorvard<ex>ar</ex> Spak bỏdvars sonar
															i Laufasi. þetta sidsta finn eg hvergi, er og oriett. þvi þ<ex>ad</ex> var i
															Asi i Hialltadal.</p> 
															<p>ad ann. 1008. veginn Styr magur Snorra goda under
															Stadarhrauni. þetta fin<ex>n</ex> eg og hvergi. ætla og oriett vera. þvi Styr
																var drepinn a Jỏrfa i Flysiuhverfi.</p> 
															<p>ad ann. 1183. ofara sumar mikit. þa tynduzt af hafskipum 500. mannz.</p> 
															<p>ad ann. 1289. Fiolmennt þing i
															Nidarosi. þesse ord: mikit og Fiolmen<ex>n</ex>t fin<ex>n</ex> eg hvergi. 
															veit eg <add place="above" hand="ArnMag001">svo</add>
															ecki hvert S<ex>era</ex> Jon hafe þau af libertate exscribendi tillagt, eda <ex>og</ex>
																þau sieu tekin ur einhveriu ỏdru pappirs exemplare, sem eg hafi haft,
															og nu sie fortært. þvi S<ex>era</ex> Jons Exemplar er eydilagt, sem adr er
															sagt.</p> 
																<p>ad ann. 1191. Vatnavỏxtur mikill i Frans. þesse 3. ord finn eg
															nu hvergi. þau kun<ex>n</ex>a varla komin vera af libertate exscribendi S<ex>era</ex>
																	Jons. Eru <add place="above" hand="ArnMag001">þau</add> so tekin ur einhveriu ỏdru pappirs Exemplare.</p> 
															ad ann. 1288. Bæiarbruni i Biorgvin. vigdr Þordr b<ex>isku</ex>p til Grænlandz. Hvadan
															þ<ex>ad</ex> fyrsta hier af sie tekid, veit eg nu eigi. Eg kynni þeinkia, ad
															þ<ex>ad</ex> være ur Excerpto S<ex>era</ex> Jons, og hefdi h<ex>an</ex>n skakt tillited. fared
															ära villt, <ex>og</ex> misskrifad. þvi sidarst in anno 1287. stendur i
															Skalholltz an<ex>n</ex>al Bæiarbruni i Tunsbergi. Um Bæiarbrunan<ex>n</ex> i Biorgvin
															fin<ex>n</ex> eg hier hvergi. Scripsi mense Decembri 1725.</q>
								<note>The edges of AM-slip 4 have light red colouring on the edges. 			
									Since the rest of the manuscript shows blue colouring, the material of this AM-slip may stem from 
										originally blank leaves in another manuscript.</note></item>
								
							<item><locus from="accMat05r" to="accMat05v">AM-slip 5 ("VI-VII")</locus> (<dimensions type="slip" unit="mm"><height>162</height>
																	<width>106</width></dimensions>) is a bifolium in 8vo, which is glued onto the previous AM-slip (onto the second leaf's
																	verso-side, close to the fold). 
																	<name type="person" key="Arnmag001">Árni Magnússon</name> has written on it: 
																	<q xml:lang="is" type="AMSlip">1292. utkoma Jorundar
																	b<ex>isku</ex>ps [med pavabref og Erkib<ex>isku</ex>ps] utkoma [Herra] 
																	Þordar Hallz sonar og Herra Christofori Vilhialmssonar med brefum 
																	[Eiriks k<ex>onun</ex>gs]
																	at leikmen<ex>n</ex> skylldu taka Standi alla og kirkiueigner, so sem verid
																	hefdi ädur Jsland kom under Norex k<ex>onungs</ex> valld. [häfast þa ad nyu
																		Stadamäl. Settizt Sigurdr ä Mỏdruvelli i Hỏrgardal.] Sigurdur
																	Gudmundarson legifer. 
																	<p>þetta sem ä fyrri bladsidun<ex>n</ex>i stendur <del resp="ArnMag001" 
																		rend="overstrike">hefi eg</del>, og
																	underskrifad er, in parenthesi, hafdi eg an<ex>n</ex>oterad in margine þeirrar
																	Copiu, er S<ex>era</ex> Hiallti i Vatzfirdi hafdi, fordum, i Kaupenhafn, skrifad
																	f<ex>yrir</ex> mig, epter þessarre Þormodar bok, hvert Exemplar eg sidan i
																	sundrreif i 1724. Eg finn nu eigi, ur hvada an<ex>n</ex>al þ<ex>et</ex>ta mune tekid
																	vera.</p>
																	<p>þad sem er tvi<del rend="overwrite">k</del><add place="inline" hand="ArnMag001">s</add>trikad under, er tekid ur Excerpto ur Skalholltz
																		an<ex>n</ex>al forna, er giỏrt hefur S<ex>era</ex> Jon Eigilsson i Holum.</p> 
																	<p>hitt fin<ex>n</ex> eg
																	hvergi. þad v<ex>ar</ex> og af mier ritad in margine Copiu S<ex>era</ex> Hiallta, med
																		ỏdru bleki, svartara miklu en<ex>n</ex> hinar adrar variationes voru med
																	sk<ex>ri</ex>fadar, er eg an<ex>n</ex>oterad hafdi ur Excerpto S<ex>era</ex> Jons. Er þ<ex>ad</ex> svo
																		tekid ur einhverium ỏdrum stad.</p>
																	<p>Med sama svarta blekenu hafi eg <ex>og</ex> ä
																	Copiu S<ex>era</ex> Hiallta annoterad sidarst in anno 1290. utkoma Erlendz
																		[lỏgmanns] og veitter vestfirder. </p>
																		þetta Lỏgmannz mä sỏmuleides vera
																		tekid ur einhveriu ỏdru Exemplare enn Excerpto S<ex>era</ex>
																	Jons.</q></item>
							
							</list>
						</p>
						</accMat>
					</physDesc>

					<msPart xml:id="AM040410CU1">
						<msIdentifier>
							<idno>AM 410 4to CU1</idno>
						</msIdentifier>

						<msContents>
							<msItem n="1" class="annal sagnfr">
								<locus from="1r" to="8v">1r-8v</locus>
								<title type="supplied">Historia universalis</title>
								<textLang mainLang="la">Latin</textLang>
								<rubric>Incipit libellus continens aliqva contingentia ä tempore Julij
									Cæsaris, usqve ad annu<ex>m</ex> qvintum Imperij Friderici
									primi</rubric>
								<incipit>Romanum Incipit Imperium</incipit>
								<explicit>sup<ex>er</ex>vixit alio dieb<ex>us</ex> iiij</explicit>
								<note>From Julius Ceasar until 388 AD.</note>
								<filiation>
									<ref type="ms" target="#GKS04-2087" ana="protograph">Copy of GKS 2087 4to.</ref>
								</filiation>
							</msItem>
							<msItem n="2" class="annal sagnfr"><locus from="9r" to="23r">9r-23r</locus>
								<title type="supplied">Annáll</title>
								<textLang mainLang="la">Latin</textLang>
								<rubric>Actor ex Cronicis</rubric>
								<incipit>Ab initio Mundi ad Nativitatem</incipit>
								<explicit>annuatim dedicavit</explicit>
								<note>From Julius Caesar until 636 AD.</note>
								<filiation>
									<ref type="ms" target="#GKS04-2087" ana="protograph">Copy of GKS 2087 4to.</ref>
								</filiation>
							</msItem>
							<msItem n="3" class="annal sagnfr">
								<locus from="23v" to="24v">23v-24v</locus>
								<textLang mainLang="la">Latin</textLang>
								<title type="supplied">Historia universalis</title>
								<rubric>[no rubric]</rubric>
								<incipit>Anno Domini cccxci. Augustinus a Manichęorum</incipit>
								<explicit>Primo Anno Marciani</explicit>
								<note>From 391 until 453 AD.</note>
								<filiation>
									<ref type="ms" target="#GKS04-2087" ana="protograph">Copy of GKS 2087 4to.</ref>
								</filiation>
							</msItem>
							
						</msContents>

						<physDesc>
							<objectDesc form="codex">
								<supportDesc material="chart">
									<support>
										<num type="book-block" value="24"/>
										<dimensions type="leaf">
											<height unit="mm" quantity="202"/>  
											<width unit="mm" quantity="156"/>
										</dimensions><watermark ana="yes">The watermark is a double-lined cross with a crown on top and an oval shape over layering the cross.
										There is no countermark visible.
										<p>The details are: 
											<list>
												<item>Fol. 1: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 2: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 3: top</item>
												<item>Fol. 4: top</item>
												<item>Fol. 5: bottom</item>
												<item>Fol. 6: bottom</item>
												<item>Fol. 7: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 8: "blank"</item>
											</list>
											<list>
												<item>Fol. 9: bottom</item>
												<item>Fol. 10: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 11: top</item>
												<item>Fol. 12: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 13: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 14: bottom</item>
												<item>Fol. 15: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 16: top</item>
											</list>
											<list>
												<item>Fol. 17: bottom</item>
												<item>Fol. 18: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 19: top</item>
												<item>Fol. 20: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 21: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 22: bottom</item>
												<item>Fol. 23: "blank"</item>
												<item>Fol. 24: top</item>
											</list>
											</p>
										</watermark> 
									</support>
									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in red ink the top right-hand corners (1-24).</foliation> 
									<collation>
										<p>There are three quires: <list>
												<item>I: fols. 1-8 (1+8, 2+7, 3+6, 4+5) (4 bifolia)</item> 
												<item>II: fols. 9-16 (9+16, 10+15, 11+14, 12+13) (4 bifolia)</item>
												<item>III: fols. 17-24 (17+24, 18+23, 19+22, 20+21) (4 bifolia)</item>
												</list>
										</p>
										<signatures>There are no quire signatures.</signatures>
										<catchwords>There are catchwords here and there.</catchwords>
									</collation>
									<condition><p>The leaves are rather clean, mostly showing stains around the edges. <note></note></p>
										<p>Fols. <locus>1r</locus>, <locus>8v-9r</locus>, <locus>16v-17r</locus> 
											are somewhat dirtier than the other pages.</p> 
										
										<p>The ink is bleeding through the paper, outlining the written area even on the blank pages.</p>
										</condition> 
								</supportDesc>
								<layoutDesc>
									<layout columns="1" writtenLines="25 27">
										<num type="wpl" atLeast="6" atMost="9"/>
										<dimensions type="written">
											<height unit="mm" quantity="170"/>
											<width unit="mm" quantity="130"/>
										</dimensions>
										<note>There is dry ruling in the outer margins marking the written area.</note>
									</layout>
								</layoutDesc>
							</objectDesc>

							<handDesc hands="1">
								<handNote scribeRef="unknown" scope="sole" script="kurrent">The texts were written in a hybrid script with many aspects
									of early humanist cursiva. The same hand wrote <ref>AM 410 4to CU2</ref> and <ref>AM 606 g 4to</ref>. </handNote> 
							</handDesc>

							<decoDesc><decoNote type="initial">The initials span 1-2 lines and are decorated by means of additional lines and strokes.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">The catchwords are decorated with lines to the left and underneath the
									words.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="border">At times, there is a horizontal line at the end of a text (e.g. fol. <locus>8v</locus>).</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="other">The edges have been coloured dark blue.</decoNote>
							</decoDesc>
							<additions><p>There are a few later corrections and notes in the text and the margins.</p></additions>
							<accMat>(see above)</accMat>
							
						</physDesc>

						<history>
							<origin>
								<p>The codicological unit was written in <origPlace key="IS">Iceland</origPlace>. 
									Kålund dates it to <origDate
										notBefore="1630" notAfter="1650">ca. 1640</origDate>
									<bibl><ref target="KKKat">Katalog I</ref>, 
										<biblScope unit="page">615-616</biblScope></bibl>.</p>
							</origin>
							<provenance>
								<p>
									<name type="person" role="owner" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> first
									borrowed the larger manuscript, of which this was a part, from <name type="person" key="ThoTor001">Torfæus</name>
									in <date when="1712">1712</date>. In <date when="1715">1715</date> he was given the
									manuscript more permanently at <name type="person" key="ThoTor001">Torfæus</name>'s wife’s instigation (see accMat).
								</p>

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								</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>BS</bibl></listBibl> 
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					<msPart xml:id="AM040410CU2">
						<msIdentifier>
							<idno>AM 410 4to CU2</idno>
						</msIdentifier>
						
						<msContents>
							<msItem n="4" class="annal sagnfr">
								<locus from="25r" to="99r">25r-98v</locus>
								<title type="supplied">Annálar</title>
								<textLang mainLang="is" otherLangs="la">Icelandic and Latin</textLang>
								<rubric>Annalar vm þad sierlega sem til heffur fallid J Danmork. Noregi,
									Þyskalandi og Islandi og An<ex>n</ex>arstadar, frä þui Datum
									skriffadist 636</rubric>
								<incipit>Constantinus filius Heraclyti</incipit>
								<explicit>Þorgeir Eigilsson <ex>og</ex> Torfi Kodransson</explicit>
								<filiation>
									<ref type="ms" target="#GKS04-2087" ana="protograph">Based on GKS 2087 4to</ref> 
									<ref type="ms" target="#AM04-0412" ana="protograph">and AM 412 4to.</ref>
								</filiation>
								<note>From 636 until 1394 AD.</note>
								<note>Fols. <locus>99v-100v</locus> are blank.</note>
							</msItem>
						</msContents>
						
						<physDesc>
							<objectDesc form="codex">
								<supportDesc material="chart">
									<support>
										<num type="book-block" value="76"/>
										<dimensions type="leaf">
											<height unit="mm" quantity="202"/>  
											<width unit="mm" quantity="156"/>
										</dimensions>
										<watermark ana="yes">The watermark is a double-lined cross with a crown on top and an oval shape over layering the cross.
											There is no countermark visible.
											<p>Some details are: 
													<list>
														<item>Fol. 25: bottom</item>
														<item>Fol. 26: "blank"</item>
														<item>Fol. 27: bottom</item>
														<item>Fol. 28: "blank"</item>
														<item>Fol. 29: "blank"</item>
														<item>Fol. 30: top</item>
														<item>Fol. 31: "blank"</item>
														<item>Fol. 32: top</item>
													</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 33: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 34: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 35: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 36: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 37: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 38: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 39: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 40: "blank"</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 41: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 42: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 43: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 44: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 45: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 46: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 47: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 48: top</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 49: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 50: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 51: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 52: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 53: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 54: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 55: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 56: top</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 57: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 58: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 59: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 60: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 61: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 62: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 63: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 64: "blank"</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 65: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 66: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 67: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 68: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 69: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 70: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 71: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 72: top</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 73: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 74: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 75: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 76: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 77: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 78: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 79: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 80: top</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 81: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 82: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 83: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 84: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 85: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 86: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 87: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 88: top</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 89: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 90: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 91: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 92: top</item>
													<item>Fol. 93: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 94: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 95: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 96: "blank"</item>
												</list>
												<list>
													<item>Fol. 97: bottom</item>
													<item>Fol. 98: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 99: "blank"</item>
													<item>Fol. 100: top</item></list>
											</p>
										</watermark> 
									</support>
									<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in red ink in the top right-hand corners (25-99).</foliation>
									<collation>
										<p>There are ten quires: <list>
											<item>IV: fols. 25-32 (25+32, 26+31, 27+30, 28+29) (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>V: fols. 33-40 (33+40, 34+39, 35+38, 36+37) (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>VI: fols. 41-48 (41+48, 42+47, 43+46, 44+45) (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>VII: fols. 49-56 (49+56, 50+55, 51+54, 52+53) (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>VIII: fols. 57-64 (57+64, 58+63, 59+62, 60+61) (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>IX: fols. 65-72 (65+72, 66+71, 67+70, 68+69) (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>X: fols. 73-80 (73+80, 74+79, 75+78, 76+79 (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>XI: fols. 81-88 (81+88, 82+87, 83+86, 84+85) (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>XII: fols. 89-96 (89+96, 90+95, 91+94, 92+93) (4 bifolia)</item>
											<item>XIII: fols. 97-100 (97+100, 98+99) (2 bifolia)</item>
										</list>
										</p>
										<signatures>There are no quire signatures.</signatures>
										<catchwords>There are catchwords here and there.</catchwords>
									</collation>
									<condition><p>The leaves are rather dirty, showing many stains, among others from liquid.</p>
										
										<p>The ink is bleeding through the paper, outlining the written area even on the blank pages.</p>
									<p>On fol. <locus>15r</locus>, there are remnants of old glue close to the spine (and possibly at the top edge).</p></condition> 
								</supportDesc>
								<layoutDesc>
									<layout columns="1" writtenLines="25 27">
										<num type="wpl" atLeast="8" atMost="10"/>
										<dimensions type="written">
											<height unit="mm" quantity="170"/>
											<width unit="mm" quantity="130"/>
										</dimensions>
										<note>There is dry ruling in the outer margins marking the written area.</note>
									</layout>
								</layoutDesc>
							</objectDesc>
							
							<handDesc hands="1">
								<handNote scribeRef="unknown" scope="sole" script="mixed">The majority of the text was written 
									in kurrent script, but the parts in Latin were written in an early form of
								humanist cursiva. The same hand wrote <ref>AM 410 4to CU1</ref> and <ref>AM 606 g 4to</ref>.</handNote> 
							</handDesc>
							
							<decoDesc><decoNote type="initial">The initials span 1-2 lines and are decorated by means of additional lines and strokes.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">The rubric is partly written in larger chancery script.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="paratext">The catchwords are decorated with lines to the left and underneath the
									words.</decoNote>
								<decoNote type="other">The edges have been coloured dark blue.</decoNote>
								</decoDesc>
							<additions><p>There are extensive later additions in different hands.</p>
							<p>Marginal additions as well as lines and markers are found in three different colours:
							pencil, red crayon and black ink.</p></additions>
						
							
							<accMat>(see above)</accMat>
						</physDesc>
						
						<history>
							<origin>
								<p>The codicological unit was written in <origPlace key="IS">Iceland</origPlace>. 
									Kålund dates it to <origDate
										notBefore="1615" notAfter="1665">ca. 1640</origDate>
									<bibl><ref target="KKKat">Katalog I</ref>, 
										<biblScope unit="page">615-616</biblScope></bibl>.</p>
							</origin>
							<provenance>
								<p>
									<name type="person" role="owner" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> first
									borrowed the larger manuscript, of which this was a part, from <name type="person" key="ThoTor001">Torfæus</name>
									in <date when="1712">1712</date>. In <date when="1715">1715</date> he was given the
									manuscript more permanently at <name type="person" key="ThoTor001">Torfæus</name>'s wife’s instigation (see accMat).
								</p>
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									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM040410CU2" passive="#AM040410" n="2"/>
								</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>BS</bibl></listBibl> 
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									<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM040410CU2" passive="#JO040410" n="2"/>
								</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>AM 456 fol.</bibl></listBibl> 
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		<revisionDesc>
			<change type="handrit"></change>
			<change when="2015" who="#BS">Adopted from handrit.is and adjusted according to own
				standards.</change>
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