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Albertus Magnus

De anima; De intellectu et intelligibili.


Analysis of Content

a2r Albertus Magnus: De anima. Opera, ed. Jammy, IIIa 1-188; Opera, ed. Borgnet, V 117-420; Editio Coloniensis (1951-), VII 1. For the manuscript transmission of the text see Fauser no. 18; see Lohr (1967), 342 no. 18.

s8v Albertus Magnus: De intellectu et intelligibili. Opera, ed. Jammy, V 239-62; Opera, ed. Borgnet, IX 477-521. For the manuscript transmission of the text see Fauser no. 22.


Imprint: Venice: Reynaldus de Novimagio, 1481. Folio.


Collation: a–q6 r s8 t v6.


ISTC: ia00221000

GW: GW 585;

Hain: HC (+ Addenda) 496;

Goff: Goff A‑221;

BMC: BMC V 256;

Proctor: Pr 4440A;

Others: Campbell 76; CIBN A‑113; Rhodes 23; Sheppard 3575.

LCN: 14292642


Copy number: A-098(1)

Bound with:
1. Albertus Magnus, De caelo et mundo. Venice: Johannes de Forlivio, 18 Nov. 1490 (A‑102);
3. Paulus Venetus, Summa naturalium. Milan: Christophorus Valdarfer, 17 July 1476 (P‑069).

Headlines cropped. Wanting the blank leaf a1.

A strip is torn out of the outer margin of v6.

Binding: Nineteenth-century English blind- and gold-tooled diced russia; rebacked, the original spine pasted above; marbled-edged leaves and blue pastedowns.

Size: 283 × 202 × 51 mm.

Size of leaf: 275 × 178 mm.

Annotations and excerpts of the text by various sixteenth-century hands throughout the first book, decreasing in number in book II. ‘J John' on v6r; scribbles in English on v6v.

Provenance: Thomas Campbell (1777-1844); armorial book-plate with his motto ‘Ne obliviscaris' and paper slip with his handwritten name pasted on endleaf. Purchased for £0. 16. 0; see Books Purchased (1844), 2.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 6Q 4.41(2).

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