Every item of data recorded (a certain style of decoration or binding, the date of a manuscript note, etc.) is treated as a valuable clue for provenance, therefore it can be geographically located and chronologically dated. This enables to track the movement of books across Europe and through the centuries.
[Florence : Laurentius (Francisci) de Alopa, Venetus, about 1496]. – 8°. – ISTC ic00356000
Oxford, Bodleian Library (GB). – Byw. L 5.24. 
Tabula. Add: Basilius Magnus: De legendis antiquorum libris sive De liberalibus studiis. Plutarchus: De liberis educandis. Xenophon: Hiero de tyrannide [all in Greek]
. – Oxford, Bodleian Library (GB). – Byw. L 5.24. 
Exports the data into a csv file, which can be opened easily with Excel or Calc (or similar). The separator is a semi-colon. Please select the fields you want to export and choose if you prefer one line per copy (MEI id) or per provenance.
Machine-readable format, for re-using the MEI data in your own scripts
Use this form to formulate complex queries. Select a search option from the drop-down menu and add other options by clicking the "Add a line" button. The right column will tell you how many hits your combined search will retrieve. Click on the number to display the records. For right truncation use an asterisk (*)