Another discovery by the excellent J.-B. Piggin is that a crucial manuscript of the Chronography of 354 has been uploaded at the Vatican site. This is purely illustrations; but then that was always the hard part of this text to get hold of.
In 354 AD a famous artist named Furius Dionysius Philocalus was commissioned to create an illustrated volume of texts for a Roman nobleman named Valentinus. The original copy is lost, but copies were made during the dark ages.
The texts were mostly connected with time. Some years ago I created a digital edition online of the work, with whatever pictures I could find. So it is wonderful to find a manuscript online! For more information about the manuscripts, there is an article by Richard Burgess here at Academia.edu.
The manuscript is Barb.lat.2154. It’s here!