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Bod-Inc: A-261

Andreae, Johannes

Super arboribus consanguinitatis [German]: Baum der Sippschaft.


Analysis of Content

[a1v] Andreae, Johannes: [Super arbore consanguinitatis [German].] ‘Der Bom der gesipschafft.’ Incipit: ‘[D]en bom der gesipten früntschafft in teutsch kurtz zů beschreiben, wie in der hochgelert doctor Johannes Andree vormals im latin völliger beschriben hatt . . .’ See Stintzing, 151-85, on this edition 178-9 ("Sechste Klasse"); Helko Eis, Zur Rezeption der kanonischen Verwandtschaftsbäume Johannes Andreaes. Untersuchung und Texte (D.phil. thesis, Heidelberg, 1965).

[a4v] ‘Regeln der vnuerschafften erbschafft.’ Incipit: ‘Füro zům kürtzsten ettwas vnderweÿsung zůtůn, wie auß der nähin vnd in ansehung der sipschafft ain erb erobert vnd zůgetailt werden soll . . .’


Imprint: Augsburg: Johann Bämler, [14]74. Folio.


Collation: [a6].

Illustrations: On [a6r] a woodcut of ‘Arbor consangwinitatis wlgarisata cum autenticis successionis ab intestato'. Woodcut initial.


ISTC: ia00596000

GW: GW 1718;

Hain: H *1053 = *11128 (fols 120b-125a);

Goff: Goff A‑596;

BMC: BMC II 333;

Proctor: Pr 1610;

Others: BSB‑Ink I‑311; Schramm III p. 25; Schreiber V 3305; Sheppard 1197-8.

LCN: 14422460


Copy number: A-261(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century brown pasteboards.

Size: 271 × 184 × 4 mm.

Size of leaf: 267 × 179 mm.

Woodcut initial is picked out in red; paragraph marks are supplied in red; red capital strokes and red dotting in ‘Arbor' woodcut.

Provenance: Acquired between 1847 and c.1892; not in Catalogus (1843) with Appendix.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q inf. 1.48.

Copy number: A-261(2)

Bound with:
1. Francesco Petrarca, Historia Griseldis. [Ulm: Johann Zainer, c.1473] (P‑167).

Binding: Half parchment over pasteboards, the parchment spine covered by Douce in red paper.

Size: 291 × 209 × 7 mm.

Size of leaf: 290 × 202 mm.

Woodcut initial is picked out in yellow; red dotting in ‘Arbor' woodcut.

Provenance: Francis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate. Bequeathed in 1834.

SHELFMARK: Douce 204(2).

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