Tuscan-Lombard Troubadour Chansonnier
one hand (?), littera textualis
The analysis of the decoration leads towards the Pisa-Lucca area, where many Gallo-Romance codices were compiled in the last decades of the 13th century.
The host volume of m and some writings on the parchment scraps which were reused along with Pv point to a circulation of the chansonnier in the Milan-Pavia area in the 16th century, before its dismantlement. This would be consequent with the hypothesis - still to be definitively demonstrated - that the lost book belonged to the Visconti-Sforza library, located in the Pavia castle until 1499.