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Bod-Inc: B-101

Bartolus de Saxoferrato

Super secunda parte Codicis.


Analysis of Content

a2r Bartolus de Saxoferrato: Lectura super secunda parte Codicis. ‘De seruis fugitiuis'.’ Incipit: ‘[S]eruum fugitiuum. Ista lex et titulus consueuit multum solennizari . . .’ q9v Explicit: ‘... nihil ta. extra de regu[lis] iu[ris] li. vi. [et] ff. de solu. l. p[ro]ut quisq[ue] etc.’ See B‑099.

q9v Colophon: ‘Lectura d[omi]ni Bartholi de saxoferrato super 2a parte Codicis finit. Impressa Mediolani per Leonardum pachel [et] Uldericum sinczenzeller teuthonicos. Anno d[omi]ni M.CCCC.Lxxxiiij. nono cale[n]das aprilis.’


Imprint: Milan: Leonardus Pachel and Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 24 Mar. 1484. Folio.


Collation: a–p8 q10.

Types: Types: 145 G. and 87 G (not as GW); see BMC VI 744 and Sheppard.


ISTC: ib00201400

GW: GW 3512;

Hain: H 2554;

Proctor: Pr 5948;

Others: Sheppard 4952.

LCN: 13933702


Copy number: B-101(1)

Wanting the blank leaves a1 and q10.

Part of a uniformly bound set of five volumes, all purchased at the Butler sale and probably previously owned by the Cistercians in Valencia.

Binding: Quarter parchment over pasteboards, the sides covered with leaves from a fifteenth-century antiphonary; the same manuscript as B‑095; B‑097; B‑120 and B‑121.

Size: 407 × 288 × 36 mm.

Size of leaf: 404 × 280 mm.

Early marginal notes in the same hands as in Auct. 3Q 3.14. On q9v a note about the number of gatherings and folios in a sixteenth/seventeenth-century hand: ‘F 160 Qui. 16'; but really 130 leaves.

Provenance: Probably Valencia, Cistercians, S. Bernardo; see ownership inscription in B‑121; old shelfmark on spine, ‘M II 10', probably from Valencia. Samuel Butler (1774-1839); sale, pt II, lot 233(2). Purchased for £1. 1. 0; see annotated sale catalogue, and Books Purchased (1840), 33.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 3Q 3.15.

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