2 watermarks are used throughout: the initials F.C., and a diamond with two circles attached to either side.50 leaves : 375 x 260 (322 x 197) mm. bound to 385 x 270 mmPaper, 50; [ii], 1-45, [46-48]; contemporary foliation in ink, upper right recto. Last three leaves blank.Written in 37 long lines; ruled in lead.Written in a humanistic cursive script.Schematic drawings dealing with algebra or mathematics in ink throughout; manicule (f. 7v); large schematic drawing of the eleven Sephirot in the tree of life symbol, with both Hebrew and Roman letters, topped with a small sphere divided into nine sections, named from A to I (f. 38v).Diagram, f. 4rDiagram, f. 4vDiagram, f. 5rDiagram, f. 7rDiagram, f. 7vDiagram, f. 9rDiagram, f. 18rDiagram, f. 22rTable, f. 33rTable, f. 33vTable, f. 34rTable, f. 34vTable, f. 35rTable, f. 35vTable, f. 36rTable, f. 36vTable, f. 37rDiagram, f. 38vTable, f. 39vDiagram, f. 40rDiagram, f. 40vTable, f. 41rDiagram, f. 41vDiagram, f. 42rTable, f. 42vDiagram, f. 43rDiagram, f. 43vTable, f. 44rDiagram, f. 44vDiagram, f. 45r

Contemporary boards (Zacour-Hirsch).

Written in Germany in the 17th century (Zacour-Hirsch).

16--GermanySold by Helmuth Domizlaff (Munich), 1963.Mathematics--Early works to 1800Algebra--Early works to 1800Cabala--Early works to 1800CodicesManuscripts, Latin--17th centuryManuscripts, European