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Bod-Inc: A-176

Alexander de Nevo

Consilia contra Judaeos fenerantes.


Analysis of Content

[a2r] Alexander de Nevo: Consilia contra Judaeos fenerantes. Incipit: ‘[I]n nomine domini nostri Ihesu Christi . . . [I]n casu in quo requisitus fui ut consilium . . .’ For the connection between Tertium consilium contra Judaeos fenerantes, Alexander de Nevo, Consilium reprobatorium consilii Angeli de Castro de usuris, Michaelus Carcanus, Apostillae, and Angelus de Castro, Consilium de usuris, see P. C. Boeren, ‘Les Apostillae de Michel Carcano de Milan, O.F.M., au Consilium de usuris d'Ange de Castro', Archivum Franciscanum Historicum, 63 (1970), 174-80.

[f7v] [Condulmarus], Franciscus: [Letter addressed to the magistrates of Verona.] Incipit: ‘Sed quo ad materiam Iudeorum pro quibus conducendis licentiam . . .’ Explicit: nostro transmittimus, etc.


Imprint: Nuremberg: Friedrich Creussner, 1479. Folio.


Collation: [a–d8 e6 f8].


ISTC: ia00410000

GW: GW 894;

Hain: H *802;

Goff: Goff A‑410;

BMC: BMC II 451;

Proctor: Pr 2149;

Others: BSB‑Ink N‑30; CIBN A‑213; Oates 1057; Sheppard 1579.

LCN: 14465277


Copy number: A-176(1)

Bound with:
1. Johannes Gerson, De arte audiendi confessiones. [Nuremberg]: Friedrich Creussner, 1478 (G‑092(1)).

Binding: Nineteenth-century half brown morocco with marbled paper boards.

Size: 294 × 208 × 14 mm.

Size of leaf: 288 × 198 mm.

On [a1r-v] contemporary notes entitled ‘Dubia subnotata de usuris ab eximio iuris canonici doctore domino Alexandro de Nevo'. On [f8r-v] in a contemporary hand, Guilelmus Filastrus, cardinal-priest of S. Marcus, De usuris, with incipit ‘In quibusdam partibus mos est . . .', see Bloomfield 2658. Contemporary marginal notes mainly providing key words or short headings.

Provenance: Duplicate from Munich, Royal Library; ‘Duplum' on [a1r]. On [a1r] of item 1 is a lozenge shaped label ‘87', probably a lot number. Purchased for £0. 5. 0; see Books Purchased (1859), 10.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: 3 Δ1097.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 3.43(2).

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