Corpus Agrimensorum Romanorum
The Corpus Agrimensorum Romanorum, a Roman treatise on land surveying is preserved in the manuscript known as Codex Guelfferbytanus 36.23 Augusteus 2 – a 5th or 6th century illuminated manuscript. It is one of the few surviving illustrated, non-literary or non-religious manuscripts from late antiquity. The text is written in an uncial script, with red letters indicating the beginnings of paragraphs.
- Weitzmann, Kurt, ed., Age of spirituality: late antique and early Christian art, third to seventh century, no. 188, 1979, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, ISBN 9780870991790; full text available online from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Libraries
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