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Bod-Inc: A-274

Andrelinus, Publius Faustus

Carmen panegyricum ad Carolum VIII.


Analysis of Content

A2r Andrelinus, Publius Faustus: Carmen panegyricum ad Carolum VIII [Elegiae III,2]. Incipit: ‘[E]cquis in imberbi maturos principe sensus?’ Andrelinus, ‘Amores' sive ‘Livia’, ed. Godelieve Tournoy-Thoen, Verhandelingen van de Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, Klasse der Letteren, 44/100 (Brussels, 1982), 140-1 (= ‘Amores' sive ‘Livia’).


Imprint: [Paris: Michel Tholoze,] for Denis Roce, [c.1500]. 4°.

Remarks: With the device of Denis Roce; dated [c.1500] from the state of the device (IIIb) by Hillard, IGI, and Sheppard; [after 1500?] by GW and BSB‑Ink.


Collation: A6.


ISTC: ia00691000

GW: GW 1863;

Hain: H *1093; C 462;

Goff: Goff A‑691;


Proctor: not in Pr;

Others: BSB‑Ink A‑520; CIBN A‑366; Hillard 122; Sheppard 6522.

LCN: 14427153


Copy number: A-274(1)

Bound with:
2. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, Deploratio de morte Petri Coardi. [Paris: n. pr., c.1505];
3. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, De gestis legati. Paris: [Johannes Antonius Venetus, for] Gilles de Gourmont, [after 1500];
4. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, De Neapolitana victoria. [Paris]: Félix Baligault, [between 18 May 1497 and 30 Oct. 1499] (A‑278(2));
5. Jacobus Merlinus, Invectiva in Faustum Balbi calumniatorem. [Paris: Étienne Jehannot or Pierre Le Dru, c.1494-5] (M‑197(2));
6. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, Aegloga moralissima. Paris: for Jean Petit, [after 1500] (GW col. 249);
7. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, Hecatodistichon. [Paris: Josse Bade, 1 Apr. 1513];
8. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, De obitu Caroli VIII deploratio. Paris: [Jean Marchant,] for Jean Petit, 4 Oct. 1504;
9. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, Livia. Paris: Robert Gourmont, [for Olivier Senant, c.1505] (GW col. 256);
10. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, Elegiae. Paris: Denis Roce, [after 1500];
11. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, Bucolica. Paris: [Guy Marchant,] for Jean Petit, [after 1510] (GW col. 247);
12. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, De Neapolitana victoria. Paris: Guy Marchant, for Jean Petit, 31 Aug. 1496 (A‑279);
13. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, De moralibus et intellectualibus virtutibus. [Paris]: Michel Tholoze, for Denis Roce, [before 20 July 1499] (A‑281);
14. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, De secunda victoria Neapolitana. Paris: Robert Gourmont, for Denis Roce, 11 Apr. 1507;
15. Publius Faustus Andrelinus, Epistolae proverbiales et morales. Paris: Nicolaus de Pratis, for Denis Roce, [after 1500] (GW col. 251).

Binding: Early sixteenth-century French (Paris) blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, remains of two clasps; rebacked. On both covers a frame formed by two rolls; in the inner rectangle four vertical rolls. Two different rolls: a floral roll with grapes and bees and a roll of flowers enclosed in the loops of a winding stem. For a similar binding by Robert de Gourmont, bookseller in Paris, c.1505 see Goldschmidt I 173, no. 48; II pl. xx. See also A‑246.

Size: 204 × 133 × 40 mm.

Size of leaf: 196 × 130 mm.

On endleaf ‘Tollere nulla potest longarum meta viarum | Antiquum vere pignus amicicie', with unidentified initials. Probably in the same hand: ‘Svivre et servir' on A1r of item 1.

Provenance: Catalogue of Damascene Morgand, May 1898, no. 32108. Ingram Bywater (1840-1914); Elenchus, no. 174. Bequeathed in 1914.

SHELFMARK: Byw. J 4.21(1).

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