Leonardo Da Vinci: The Marvellous Works of Nature and Man

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Abbreviations and References

A heavy dose of footnotes would be inimical to the kind of text I have wished to write. However, it is obviously essential that the sources of my extensive quotations from Leonardo's manuscripts should be properly acknowledged, and I have used a series of abbreviations for this purpose. These abbreviations correspond to those used in much of the Leonardo literature, with the exception that 'Br.M.' for British Museum has been updated to 'B.L.' for British Library. Any reader wishing to trace the sources for the other evidence I have adduced and to pursue further reading on particular topics should be able to do so quite readily by means of the classified and annotated Bibliography at the end of the text.

The names and reference letters given here as elsewhere to Leonardo's surviving manuscripts are the result of historical accidents. For the history of the manuscripts, see the Bibliography.

AbbreviationLocation etc.Date
A. Ash.I (Ashburnham)Paris, Institut de France also known as B.N.2037, formerly part of MS.B., Paris, Institut de Francein and around 1492 1480s–1490
Ash.II (Ashburnham)also known as B.N.2038, formerly part of MS.A, Paris, Institut de Francein and around 1492
B.Paris, Institut de France1480s–1490
B.L. (British Library)also known as Arundel MS. and Br.M., London, British Librarycompiled from material from various periods
C.Paris, Institut de France1490–1
C.A. (Codice atlantico)Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosianacompiled from material from various periods
D.Paris, Institut de Franceprobably 1508
E.Paris, Institut de France1513–14
F.Paris, Institut de France1508
Forster I, II, and III (including I1, I2, II1, and II2)formerly known as S.K.M.I, II and III, London, Victoria and Albert MuseumI – late 1480s; and 1505. II – mid 1490s; and later. III – c.1493–4
G.Paris, Institut de France1510–15

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Table of contents

  • Praise for Martin Kemp's Leonardo ii
  • Leonardo Da Vinci iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Plates vii
  • List of Colour Plates xii
  • List of Figures xiii
  • Preface to the 1981 Edition xvii
  • Preface to This Edition xx
  • Acknowledgements, 1981 and 2006 xxv
  • Abbreviations and References xxviii
  • I - 'Leonardo Da Firenze' 1
  • II - The Microcosm 71
  • III - The Exercise of Fantasia 137
  • IV - The Republic: New Battles and Old Problems 204
  • V - The Prime Mover 271
  • Bibliography 349
  • Index 367
  • Photographic Acknowledgements 382
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