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BETA cnum 11881
Uniform Title IDno, Author and Title texid 10493
Desconocido. Veinte y cuatro coplas las cuales (por mandado del rey don Juan) fueron por Juan de Mena añadidas
Language castellano
Date Escrito 1509-11-23 ad quem
City, library, collection, & call number Madrid: Biblioteca Nacional de España ( Gayangos:), R/17648
Imprint Antwerpen: Martín Nucio (BNE Cat.), 1552
Location in witness ff. 237r-253r (Faulhaber)
Incipits & Explicits in witness rúbr.: [ 237r] Siguense veynte | y quatro coplas las quales por mandado del Rey Don Iuan | fueron por Iuan de Mena | añadidas, y dize | comparan|do.
References (Most recent first) Facsm. digital visto por: Faulhaber (2016), Inspección personal
Incipits / explicits de: Faulhaber (2016), Inspección personal
Weiss (2013), “Vernacular Commentaries and Glosses in Late Medieval Castile, I: A checklist of Castilian Authors”, Text, Manuscript, and Print in Medieval and Modern Iberia: Studies in Honour of David Hook 226 , n. A23
Note Ed. )AS (Foulché).

Descr. a base del facsm. digital de BNE U/4115 (copid 3520).

Weiss 2013: “Author: Anonymous … Juan II allegedly commissioned Mena to expand the poem from 300 to 365 stanzas; only 24 extra stanzas were written. The learned commentary bears some similarites to Núñez's but is expressly not by him. Generally briefer glosses, supplying learned authorities (some Greek), etymologies, and moral amplification.”
Record Status Created 2014-02-05
Updated 2019-05-14