Marcus Paulus de Mirabilibus Mundi. Paper.
Pertz, Archiv., viii, 100.
University Library, No. 218
M. Paulus de Venetiis de Regionibus Orientis (with other matter),
Paper, folio, 15th cent.
I know not if it is a second, which is cited by Mr. Major (Notes on
Russia) from Catalogus Codd. MSS. Academ. Gissenses, by J.
V. Adrian, Frankfort, 1840, as bound up with Eusebius and entitled
M. P. de Ven. de condit. et consuet. Orient. Regionum.
Pertz, Archiv., ix, 576.
Pipino's. Followed by H. of Alexander
Pertz, Archiv., viii, 698.
Metropolican Chapter, No. 52
Pipino's. A collection containing in Latin, besides Polo, Odoric, Ricold,
and Boldensel. [H. Cordier, Odoric, pp. lxxii.-iv.]
V. F. de Gudenus, Sylloge I. Variorum Diplomatariorum, etc., Frankf.
1728, p. 381.
Chapter of St. Vitus
Pertz, Archiv., ix. 474
There appears to be a MS. at Vienna; for above I have registered (No.
77) one at Berlin, which is called a copy of the Vienna MS., but I have
not been able to get any particulars regarding it.
Royal Library, French, No. 37
This MS., published in facsimile by Baron A.E. Nordenskioeld, belongs to
the "Cepoy" type of MSS. Yule wrote in The Athenaeum (17th June,
1882): "I gather that it has been produced by partial abridgement from
one of the earlier MSS.