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Bod-Inc: A-424


Problemata. Incipit: Omnes homines.


Analysis of Content

a2r Aristoteles [pseudo-]: Problemata. Incipit: ‘  “[O]mnes homines naturaliter scire desiderant”, vt scribit Arestotiles, princeps philosophorum, primo Methaphisice. Cuius causa potest reddi talis, quia omne ens naturaliter appetit suam perfectionem . . .’ See A‑418.


Imprint: Antwerp: Govaert Bac, [not before 21 Sept. 1500]. 4°.

Remarks: Dating as HPT. Nijhoff–Kronenberg date [c.1505].


Collation: a8 b–e4.6 f4.

Illustrations: On a1r woodcut depicting man resting under a tree, in which is seated another man. On a1v woodcut depicting a dedication scene with a kneeling scribe and a standing nobleman.


ISTC: ia01037000

GW: GW II col. 650;

Hain: HC *1728;

Goff: Goff A‑1037;

Proctor: Pr 9448;

Others: Campbell 182; HPT II 392; Nijhoff–Kronenberg 140; not in Sheppard.


Copy number: A-424(1)

Binding: Dark green gold-tooled morocco.

Size: 182 × 133 × 8 mm.

Size of leaf: 175 × 129 mm.

Provenance: William Clark (nineteenth century); armorial book-plate. Acquired between 1847 and c.1892; not in Catalogus (1843) with Appendix.

SHELFMARK: Auct. Q 5.55.

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