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Bod-Inc: A-350

Antonius de Bitonto

Sermones dominicales per totum annum.


Analysis of Content

[*2r] ‘Tabula.’

A1r Antonius de Bitonto: [Letter addressed to] Federicus de Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino. Incipit: ‘Mihi equidem cure fuit religiose principes tue magnitudinis dilectione victus operam diligentem apponere . . .’ On the text see Gaeta 74-5.

A2v Antonius de Bitonto: Sermones dominicales per totum annum. Edited by Philippus de Rotingo. Incipit: ‘  “[E]runt signa in sole et luna et stellis et in terris pressura gentium pre confusione sonitus maris et fluctuum” Luc[ae] 21 [Lc 21,25]. Pro huius sacri et sancti euangelii historiali declaratione notandum est quod tres conditiones ad rectum iudicium principaliter requiruntur . . .’


Imprint: Strasbourg: Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger, 25 Jan. 1496. 8°.


Collation: [*] A–Q AA–PP8. The first gathering is numbered, but not signed.


ISTC: ia00892000

GW: GW 2212;

Hain: H *3219;

Goff: Goff A‑892;

Proctor: Pr 467 (erroneously for 2213);

Others: BSB‑Ink A‑623; Oates 189; Sack, Freiburg, 246; Sheppard 373.

LCN: 14266630


Copy number: A-350(1)

Bound with:
2. Antonius Rampigollis, Figurae Bibliae. Venice: Georgius Arrivabenus, 15 Nov. 1496 (R‑008).

Wanting F1.

Binding: Eighteenth-century English blind-tooled brown morocco; marbled pastedowns. ‘M | 16' and ‘2 | 9' on round labels on the spine.

Size: 161 × 105 × 56 mm.

Size of leaf: 151 × 96 mm.

On [*1r/v] early notes with folio references. On last endleaf following item 2, ‘Forma, genus, mores, sapientia, res et honores | Morte ruant subita, sola manent merita' (Walther, Proverbia, 9750) in an early hand.

Occasional red capital strokes.

Provenance: ‘Bibl. Thule' on [*1r] of item 1. Richard Towneley (1629-1707); armorial book-plate, dated 1702, on [*1v] of item 1: see Howe, Book Plates, 29653. Ware, Hertfordshire, St Edmund's College; Charles Townley (1737-1805), great-great-grandson of Richard Towneley, was educated at the English College at Douai, which was closed at the French Revolution, and combined with the Old Hall Green school at Ware in 1793, under the name of St Edmund's College; see Independent Schools' Yearbook 1991, 337; this book, and others bearing Richard Towneley's book-plate, may have reached the college through him, although Edwin Burton, Catalogue of Books in the Libraries at St Edmund's College, Old Hall, Printed in England and of Books Written by Englishmen Printed Abroad to the Year 1640 (Ware, 1902), p. iv, suggests that they may have come via Bishop James Talbot (†1790). Purchased from St Edmund's College in 1965; note [by David Rogers] on the verso of the front endleaf.

SHELFMARK: Inc. f. X2(1).

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