Ethica Nicomachea (trans. Robertus Grosseteste).
Analysis of Content
[a2r] [Table of contents.]
[b1r] [Aristoteles: Ethica Nicomachea. Translated by Robertus Grosseteste.] See A‑387.
Imprint: [Paris: Petrus Caesaris and Johannes Stol, c.1478]. 4°.
Remarks: Assignment to printer from Veyrin-Forrer. Previously assigned to [Printer of Aristoteles, ‘Ethica'] and dated [c.1476].
Collation: [a6 b–t8].
GW: GW 2375;
Hain: C 628;
Goff: Goff A‑988a;
Proctor: Pr 8804;
Others: Claudin II 374; Sheppard 6122; Veyrin-Forrer, ‘Cesaris et Stol', 27.
Copy number: A-402(1)
Wanting gathering [a] and the blank leaf [t8].
Binding: Modern parchment over old wooden boards.
Size: 251 × 169 × 51 mm.
Size of leaf: 238 × 166 mm.
Copious early marginal and interlinear notes; running headings and signatures.
On [b1r] a seven-line initial is supplied in blue with foliate scrolling, on a red ground with floral highlighting in yellow. Some principal initials are supplied in interlocked red and blue; other initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue; text within a frame of double red rules.
Provenance: Charles Weatherby Reynell (1798-1892). Purchased in 1887 out of the donation of £100 ‘from a member of All Souls' College', i.e. Sir William Reynell Anson, Warden of All Souls (1843-1914).
SHELFMARK: Auct. Q inf. 1.33.
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