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Bod-Inc: B-093

Bartolus de Saxoferrato

Processus Satanae contra genus humanum.

 

Analysis of Content

[a1r] Bartolus de Saxoferrato [pseudo-]: Processus Satanae contra genus humanum. ‘Tractatus questionis uentilate coram domino nostro Jesu Cristo inter uirginem Mariam ex una parte et dyabolum ex altera parte'.’ Incipit: ‘[N]ostis, fratres carissimi, sathanas proditoria ministeria inde procurauit . . .’ [a7v] Explicit: ‘... Salve regina mater mie vita dulcedo et spes nostra salve.’ On authorship see J. L. J. van de Kamp, Bartolo da Sassoferrato (Urbino, 1935), 49 no. 12; for an account of previous research see Emanuele Casamassima, Iter Germanicum, Codices operum Bartoli a Saxoferrato recensiti, 1 (Florence, 1971), 82 (cf. 19 and 95).

[a7v] Colophon: ‘Explicit processus et tractatus questionis ventilate corma domino nostro Iesu Cristo inter virginem Maria advocatam humani generis ex una parte et dyabolum contra humanum genus ex alia parte compositus et compilatus per eximium legum doctorem dominum Bartolum de Saxo Ferrato civem Perusinum cuius anima requiescat in pace Amen. Mcccc°lxxiii° xiiii° die mensis aprilis.’

Imprint

Imprint: [Padua: Conradus de Paderborn], 14 Apr. 1473. Folio.

Secundo folio: sum ille da(m)natus qui habeo conqueri

Remarks: BMC assigns to [Padua], GW to [Venice].

Collation

Collation: [a8].

References

ISTC: ib00246500

GW: GW 3652;

Hain: H *2645;

BMC: BMC VII 910;

Proctor: Pr 6778;

Others: CIBN B‑159; Sheppard 5570.

LCN: 13934887

Copies

Copy number: B-093(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century half maroon morocco, over pasteboards; marbled pastedowns.

Size: 300 × 210 × 13 mm.

Size of leaf: 292 × 200 mm.

Early marginal notes.

An initial is supplied in red; paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue.

Provenance: J. T. Hand (fl. 1834-1837), 1835; armorial book-plate: argent, a chevron azure between three sinister hands gules; inscription dated 1835; purchased at his sale (1837), lot 168, for £0. 4. 0; see Books Purchased (1837), 34.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: Auct. 6Q 2.14.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 6Q 2.13.


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