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32   ODORIC OF PORDENONE.

15. ROYAL LIBRARY, Berlin. No. 141 under Theologici is a 4to, containing the Journey in the Holy Land, ascribed to Odoric (vid. sup., p. 17) ; Detmar and Burchard on the Holy Land ; Odorici Itinerarius, commencing Licet multa, etc., and much besides (Pertz as above, p. 846).

16 and 17. ROYAL LIBRARY, Munich. (Codd. Lat., No. 903 and another.) From a note kindly sent by Prof. Kunstmann. No further particulars.

18 and 19. METROPOLITAN LIBRARY (Doan- Capitel) at Prague. For these two, see Pert; Archiv, as above, ix 474, seq.

  1. BOHEMIAN MUSEUM at Prague. A parchment MS., "Oderici fratris Itinerarium , in Orientem2" (Ibid. p. 478).

  2. METROPOLITAN LIBRARY at Mentz. No. 52. This commences with " Incipit Itinerarius fidelis fratris Oderici socii Militis Mendavill per Indiam ; licet hic prias et alter posterius peregrinationein seam descripsit." The volume also contains Friar Pipino's Latin version of Polo, the Itinerary of Ricold of Montecroce, and Itinerarius Nobilis Vin D" Wilhehni Beldensele (Boldensel). (From Recensus Codicum Antiq. tain MSS. quam impressorum Moguntice in Rmi. Capituli 1lletropol. Biblioth. latitantium, Pars, T. In Sylloge I Variorum Diplomzatariorurn, etc., by " Val. Fred. de Gudenus." Frankfurt, 1728, p. 381.)

  3. CITY LIBRARY, Bremen. A parchment 4to, containing the History of the Three Kings ; the Chron. of the Counts of Mark, and in an Italian hand of the fourteenth century the Itinerary headed : "Ista infrascripta sont mirabilia quo vidit frater Ocloricus de Foro Julii Ordinis Fratrum Minorum ultra mare", etc. (Pert; as above, vol. vii, p. 691) .

  4. EPISCOPAL SEMINARY, Eichstadt. ' (Membr. fol. N. 50.) Contains, with other matters, Odorici Itinerariwm de Mirabilibus Mundi (Id., vol. ix, p. 559) .

  5. WOLFENBÜTTEL LIBRARY. (Weiss MSS., No. 40.) The volume contains Marco Polo, Odoric, Ricold of Montecroce, and William of Boldensel. (See Peregrinatores Meclii 1Evi Quatuor,

etc., quoted mite p. 17) .

  1. AMBROSIAN LIBRARY at Milan. I noted this from the Catalogue, but have no other particulars.