Biblioteca publica, franc. F.v.XIV.1
St. Petersburg (Leningrad)
National Library of Russia F.v.XIV.1
Eremitage 5.3.66; Saint-Germain-des-Prés 757
14th century (1310-1320)
Number of folios:
Röschel 2011, proposes the more specific date of 1310-20 than just early 14th century. A color facsimile of the manuscript was produced in 2006: Breviari d’amor: (Ms. prov. Fr. Fv. XIV 1), cuyo original se conserva en la Biblioteca Nacional de Rusia (San Petersburgo) / [Matfre Ermengaud]. [Madrid] : A y N Ediciones, 2007.
Breviari d'amor Manuscript N. The holding library name is (in English) the National Library of Russia; the city is no longer named Leningrad as it returned to the name St. Petersburg in 1991. Origin from Brunel, 101; marked with ? because no origin is given for this manuscript in several references (Gennrich, Les Troubadours:BYU, etc.). The Library catalog listing for this item gives the date as late 13th century while also having a quote that states it is from the 14th century. Arturo García de la Fuente agrees with Brunel that the manuscript is from Lérida, adding that it was likely written for Juan de Aviñón. (García de la Fuente 16)