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Bod-Inc: A-196

Alexander de Villa Dei

Doctrinale cum commento Johannis Synthen.


Analysis of Content

Doctrinale (ed. Reichling), 1333 and 1312, with commentary. Printed on parchment. Removed from the binding of MS. Auct. F. 6. 1 in 1884. This manuscript, copied c.1500 on paper, probably by a Franciscan, contains a collection of theological and classical works, bound in a fifteenth-century blind-tooled leather binding.


Imprint: Delft: [Christiaen Snellaert or Hendrik Eckert], 1497. 4°.


Collation: a–g6 h4 i–q6 r4 st6.


ISTC: ia00445570

GW: GW 1162;

Proctor: Pr 8901;

Others: Campbell–Kronenberg I 132a; HPT II 403; ILC 195; Proctor, Campbell III 120A; Sheppard 6882.

LCN: 14007474


Copy number: A-196(1)

Bound in a modern guard-book of miscellaneous fragments. Size of fragments: 90 × 123 mm and 150 × 123 mm.

Two fragments, consisting of portions of fols 71, and 75-6.

On second fragment in a contemporary hand: ‘con-adragesi-i.’

Provenance: MS. Auct. F. 6. 1, fol. 323v: Godfridus Coben, (fl. 1554); fol. 146v: John Johnson (fl. before 1630). MS. Auct. F. 6. 1 was probably acquired between 1613 and 1620.

SHELFMARK: Inc. c. N97.1(8).

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