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Bod-Inc: B-345F

Bindus de Senis

Aureum Bibliae Repertorium sive Aurea Biblia.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.] ‘Biblia aurea cum suis historiis nec non exemplis Ueteris atque Noui Testamenti'.

a2r Rampegollis, Antonius de: Prologue [to the Compendium Morale sive Figurae Bibliae, addressed to] members of the congregation of his order in Naples (OESA, S. Giovanni a Carbonara). ‘Liber manualis ac introductorius in Biblie historias figurasque Ueteris ac Noui Testamenti peroptimus, Aurea Biblia vocitatus'. Incipit: ‘[R]eligiosis atque honestis viris in Christo dilectis fratribus studentibus Neapolim(!) conuentus ordinis fratrum heremitarum sancti Augustini, frater Antonius Ampigollus(!) . . .’ See B‑345A.

a2v [Bindus Guerrius de Senis]: Aureum Bibliae Repertorium [sive Aurea Biblia]. ‘Capitulum primum. De Abstinentia. Abstinentia est meriti augmentatiua . . .’ Incipit: ‘[A]bstinentia primo est meriti augmentatiua, auget enim merita et virtutes. Ideo voluit dominus parentes nostros . . .’ See B‑345A. The title ‘Biblia Aurea Ueteris et Noui Testamenti' is recorded in the colophon.

[et]6v [Colophon.]

[et]7r ‘Tabula'.


Imprint: [Strasbourg]: Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger, 6 Dec. 14[9]6. 4°.


Collation: a b6 c d4 e f6 g–k4 l–o6 p4 q r6 s4 t v6 x y4 z2 [et]8.


ISTC: ir00020000

Hain: HC 13687;

Goff: Goff R‑20;

BMC: BMC I 110;

Proctor: Pr 474;

Others: BSB‑Ink B‑528; CIBN R‑16; Oates 192-3; Sack, Freiburg, 3016; Schmidt, Grüninger, 27; Sheppard 380.

LCN: 14457537


Copy number: B-345F(1)

Binding: Twentieth-century paper boards.

Size: 203 × 144 × 207 mm.

Size of leaf: 197 × 129 mm.

Some marginal notes (in the first gatherings) in a sixteenth-century French(?) hand, supplying underlining and section numbers.

Three-line initials (some with pen-work extensions into the margins), pilcrows, and capital strokes are supplied in red ink.

Provenance: Bernhard Wendt; Catalogue 23, no. 13. Purchased from Wendt in Feb. 1964 out of the Gordon Duff Fund for DM220; see label and pencil note, both on the front pastedown.

SHELFMARK: Inc. e. G7.1496.

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