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Bod-Inc: B-079

Bartholomaeus de Chaimis



Analysis of Content

A1r Bartholomaeus de Chaimis: [Introduction to] Confessionale. ‘Interrogatorium'. Incipit: ‘[C]um ars artium sit regimen animarum, Extra. De etate et qualitate “Cum sit” . . .’ See B‑075.

A2r Bartholomaeus de Chaimis: Confessionale. ‘Interrogatorium'. Incipit: ‘[C]irca primum notandum quod non sacerdos etsi possit audire peccata confitentis in articulo mortis . . .’

Y5v Anselmus [Cantuariensis pseudo-]: Interrogationes faciendae infirmo morienti. Incipit: ‘[P]rimo interrogari debet, si credit omnia que sunt fidei Christiane, et respondeat . . .’


Imprint: Milan: Dominicus de Vespolate and Jacobus de Marliano, 21 Nov. 1478. 8°.


Collation: A–I k L–X8 Y6.


ISTC: ib00158000

GW: GW 6545;

Hain: H *2484;

Goff: Goff B‑158;

BMC: BMC VI 733;

Proctor: Pr 5894;

Others: BSB‑Ink C‑248; Oates 2278-80; Sheppard 4905.

LCN: 14836933


Copy number: B-079(1)

Wanting the blank leaf Y6.

On A1r, l. 1, ‘ . . . ɂfeſſiouale', as GW, but not BMC.

Binding: Nineteenth-century gold-tooled blue morocco; marbled pastedowns and gilt-edged leaves.

Size: 164 × 117 × 29 mm.

Size of leaf: 157 × 106 mm.

Early marginal notes in black ink, mainly in a hand very similar to the one that added the running headings.

Running headings and some paragraph marks are supplied in red. Some capital strokes in red, and some capitals touched with yellow wash. Foliation in black ink, of a colour similar to that of the marginal notes.

Provenance: Purchased in Oct. 1856 from Joseph Sams for £2. 2. 0; see Library Bills (1856-8), no. 93, item unnumbered; Books Purchased (1857), 16.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 6.32.

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