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Bod-Inc: B-556

Bricot, Thomas

Textus abbreviatus in cursum totius logices Aristotelis.


Analysis of Content

A2r Bricot, Thomas: Textus abbreviatus in cursum totius logices Aristotelis. Incipit: ‘[C]um sit necessarium, Grisarori, et ad eam que est apud Aristotilem predicamentorum doctrinam nosse . . .’ See Lohr 29 (1973), 174-5 no. 1.


Imprint: Paris: Georg Mittelhus, 12 Nov. 1489. 4°.


Collation: A B8 C6 D8 E6 F8 G H6 I8 K6 L8 M6 N10.


ISTC: ib01199400

GW: GW 5528;

Hain: HC 3966;

Proctor: Pr 8100;

Others: CIBN B‑857; Oates 3016; Sheppard 6330.

LCN: 13984352


Copy number: B-556(1)

Bound with:
2. Antonius [Monchiacenus] Demochares, In Topicorum Aristotelis hypomnema. Paris: Simon Colinaeus, 1535.

Wanting the leaves N5-6.

On A2r l. 8 ‘ . . . neceſſarium | griſarori . . .' as in Oates, not as GW.

Binding: Sixteenth-century English gold-tooled brown calf, bound shortly before 25 June 1600, for the Bodleian Library; calf; two clasps lost. Formerly chained: staple-marks of a hasp at head of the upper cover. On both covers a border of five fillets, the centre one in gold, stamped with the crest of the 2nd Lord Hunsdon.

Size: 200 × 145 × 53 mm.

Size of leaf: 190 × 137 mm.

Manuscript strips used as reinforcing pieces.

Early marginal notes.

Provenance: Richard Saunders (sixteenth century); on 316v of item 2, several inscriptions of ‘Richardus Saunders me possidet teste Thoma Sanpole a quo . . . emi', the name later crossed out and replaced with ‘Joannes . . .’ Presented by George Carey, 2nd Lord Hunsdon (1547-1603) in 1600; see Benefactors' Register, I 10 and James, Catalogus (1605), 289; Jensen, ‘Benefactors' Register', no. 27.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: Art. B 3.7, as in James, Catalogus (1605); Art. BS 161.

SHELFMARK: BB 11(1) Art. Seld.

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