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Bod-Inc: B-089

Bartholomaeus de Sancto Concordio

Summa de casibus conscientiae.


Analysis of Content

A2r Bartholomaeus [de Sancto Concordio]: Summa [de casibus conscientiae]. ‘Summa pisana'. Incipit: ‘[Q]uoniam, ut ait sapiens Gregorius super Ezechielem, nullum omnipotenti Deo tale est sacrificium . . .’

z1r Florentinus [Pseudo Antoninus Florentinus?]: De septem vitiis capitalibus. Incipit: ‘Nota quod tres sunt species infidelitatis: Primo paganisimus(!) . . .’ This text is not identified as a work by Antoninus Florentinus in Kaeppeli, Bloomfield, P. Steffano Orlandi, Bibliografia Antoniniana (Vatican City, 1962), nor in part II of the Interrogatorium of Antonius Florentinus's Confessionale Defecerunt.

[*1r] ‘Tabula capitulorum huius libri'.

[*5v] ‘Tabula abreuiaturarum'.


Imprint: Venice: Nicolaus Girardengus, de Novis, 12 May 1481. 8°.


Collation: A–Z a–z [*8].


ISTC: ib00174000

GW: GW 3456;

Hain: HCR 2529;

Goff: Goff B‑174;

BMC: BMC V 273;

Proctor: Pr 4468;

Others: Sheppard 3625.

LCN: 13934469


Copy number: B-089(1)

Wanting the blank leaf A1.

Binding: Eighteenth-century(?) half brown morocco over marbled pasteboards, spine gold-tooled.

Size: 156 × 110 × 46 mm.

Size of leaf: 146 × 101 mm.

On front pastedown, manuscript number ‘970' and a label with an embossed cipher ‘L J'.

On early endleaves, notes for preachers and priests in a sixteenth-century hand, followed by a note about the response given by Pope Eugenius IV to a petition submitted to him in 1439/40.

Initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue.

Provenance: Thomas Ryburn Buchanan (1846-1911). Presented in 1941 by Mrs Buchanan.

SHELFMARK: Buchanan f.112.

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