Analysis of Content
a2r ‘Tabula quinquagenarum ordinatim beati Augustini presulis Aurelii . . .’
2a2r ‘Prologus.’ PL XXXVI 63-6.
2a3r Augustinus: ‘In psalterium.’ [Also known as Enarrationes in Psalmos, Explanatio Psalmorum, and Super psalterium.] ed. E. Dekkers and J. Fraipont, CCSL 38 (1956). See CPL 283.
b1v ‘Tabula secunde quinquagene.’
A2r Augustinus: ‘Secunda quinquagena.’ ed. E. Dekkers and J. Fraipont, CCSL 39 (1956). See CPL 283.
d2r ‘Tabula tercie quiquagene.’
aa1r Augustinus: ‘Tractatus . . . super terciam quinquagenam.’ ed. E. Dekkers and J. Fraipont, CCSL 40 (1956). See CPL 283.
Imprint: [Southern Netherlands(?): Printer of the ‘Explanatio psalmorum', before June 1488]. Folio.
Remarks: As dated by HPT.
Collation: Part I: a6 a–r ſ s t v u x y8; part II: b A–Z AA–HH8 II KK6 LL8; part III: d aa–rr ſſ ss–vv uu ww xx–zz [et et] [con con] [us us] aaa bbb8 ccc6 ddd8.
GW: GW 2908;
Hain: C 741;
Goff: Goff A‑1271;
BMC: BMC IX 209 (I);
Proctor: Pr 8807;
Others: Campbell–Kronenberg 197a; HPT II 467; ILC 306; Oates 4008 (I); Rhodes 208; Sheppard 7271.
Copy number: A-547(1)
Binding: Seventeenth/eighteenth-century(?) English, blind-tooled mottled calf. Formerly chained: staple-marks of a hasp at head of the upper cover. On both covers double fillets form an outer frame, and an inner rectangle, the latter bordered with a floral roll and with a fleuron at each of the outer corners. Parchment front endleaf, with staple-marks of a hasp at the tail, these rust marks continuing through the first few leaves: this suggests that an earlier binding was stapled at the tail, rather than at the head; this probably took place when Thomas Sisson gave the book to Balliol in c.1518. Number ‘17', and author and title, in a contemporary hand, on fore-edge; the gold stamp of the Bodleian Library on both covers.
Size: 300 × 220 × 117 mm.
Size of leaf: 287 × 197 mm.
Initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red. Capital strokes in red.
Provenance: Robert Cooke (fifteenth century); inscription on parchment flyleaf: ‘Magister Robertus Cok legauit hunc [librum] sub forma ista'. Thomas Sisson (fl. 1495-1543); Emden, BRUO notes that N. R. Ker suggested to him that Cooke bequeathed Auct. 7Q 2.29 to Sisson, although the inscriptions do not appear to support such a statement. Balliol College, Oxford; left to the College by Sisson; inscription on parchment endleaf: ‘Magister Thomas Cysson post eius descessum(!) Collegio Bawlliolense Oxon' cathenandum'. Date of acquisition unknown.
Former Bodleian shelfmarks: T 10. 17 Th.; Z 1. 9 Th.; Auct. P 1.12.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 2.29.
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