Hieronymianus, folios 14r-15v

Johannes Andraea15th century, first half

The Library of Trinity College Dublin

The Library of Trinity College Dublin
Dublin, Ireland

Giovanni d’Andrea (Johannes Andreae) was a prominent figure in European canon law and a university lecturer in Padua and Bologna in the later Middle Ages. A follower and active agent in the promotion of the cult of St Jerome, d?Andrea published Hieronymianus, a hagiographical account of the influential saint. This manuscript features several historiated initials and ornate partial borders.


  • Title: Hieronymianus, folios 14r-15v
  • Creator: Johannes Andraea
  • Date Created: 15th century, first half
  • Location: England
  • Original Language: Latin, Greek
  • Subject Keywords: Illuminated manuscripts, Manuscripts, Latin, Manuscripts, Medieval, Jerome, Saint, -419 or 420, Hagiography
  • External Link: View this item in our online catalogue
  • Collection: Illuminating the Middle Ages
  • Catalogue Number: TCD MS 205

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