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Bod-Inc: B-005

Bagellardus, Paulus

De infantium aegritudinibus et remediis.


Analysis of Content

[b1r] Bagellardus, Paulus: De infantium aegritudinibus, [preface, dedicated to] Nicolaus Tronus, Doge of Venice. Incipit: ‘[Q]uantum domui tuae, illustrissime princeps, debeam nec Liuii nec Ciceronis lingua aut eloquentia exprimere . . .’

[b1v] Bagellardus, Paulus: De infantium aegritudinibus. Incipit: ‘[L]ibellus de egritudinibus infantium bipartitus est . . . [C]um infans precepto dei uuluam egreditur . . .’ See Carl Sudhoff, Erstlinge der pädiatrischen Literatur. Drei Wiegendrucke über Heilung und Pflege des Kindes (Munich, 1935), pp. xvii–xxii; G. Ongaro, ‘La medicina nello studio di Padova e nel Veneto', in Storia della cultura veneta. Dal primo Quattrocento al Concilio di Trento, ed. G. Arnaldi and M. Pastore Stocchi, 3 vols (Vicenza, 1980-1), 3/iii 75-134, at 85-6.

[e10r] ‘Sola miseria caret inuidia'.


Imprint: [Padua]: Bartholomaeus de Valdezoccho and Martinus de Septem Arboribus, 21 Apr. 1472. 4°.


Collation: [a2 b c10 d8 e10].


ISTC: ib00010000

GW: GW 3166;

Hain: H *2244;

Goff: Goff B‑10;


Proctor: Pr 6756;

Others: BSB‑Ink B‑4; CIBN B‑8; Sheppard 5557; facsimile in Sudhoff, Erstlinge.

LCN: 12825767


Copy number: B-005(1)

Wanting gathering [a] containing the table.

Binding: Parchment wrappers from a fifteenth-century legal document in Latin.

Size: 211 × 154 × 12 mm.

Size of leaf: 211 × 150 mm.

On the lower cover title and inscription ‘ . . . d magistrum Hyer[onimum?] de Urbino | Sunt tria quȩ natis fallax fa[ci]unt [ ]lias | [ ] tenuis[ ]'. Sixteenth-century marginal notes.

Provenance: Marco Lazzari; armorial book-stamp on [b1r], see Oates 2050. Oxford, Radcliffe Library; probably purchased in 1840; listed under 1840 as 22 G 1, a manuscript addition to the interleaved Catalogue (1835) in Radcliffe Library Records; book-plate with old shelfmarks ‘G.191.a.1', ‘22 G.3', ‘20 C.4', ‘1.73 C.4'. Transferred between 1861 and 1893.


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