The final text contained in MS 195 is a work by Maffeo Vegio, a 15th-century Italian poet. Vegio earned a reputation as an author of brief epic poems, of which this 'Book XIII of the Aeneid' is his most famous one. Vegio's continuation to Virgil's 12-book foundation poem for Rome was finished in 1428. The narrative picks up where Virgil's 12th book ends, and in 600 lines 'Book XIII' tells of Aeneas' marriage to Lavinia, and ultimately his apotheosis (attaining a god-like status). Vegio's work...