Sermones quadragesimales de poenitentia.
Analysis of Content
[a1v] ‘Tabula omnium sermonum contentorum hoc in volumine'.
[a3r] Caracciolus, Robertus: Sermones quadragesimales de poenitentia. Incipit: ‘ “[M]ulti sunt uocati, pauci uero electi” [Mt 20,16]. Habentur hec uerba Math[e]i .xx. c[apitulo] et in euangelio hodierno. Propter nimiam caritatem suam . . .’ 73 sermons.
[D12v] [Colophon.] Incipit: ‘Rubertus celeber finxit non parua minorum | Gloria me fratrum Paulo regnante secundo.'; 5 hexameters.
Imprint: Venice: Franciscus Renner, de Heilbronn, 1472. Folio and 4°.
Collation: [a–i10 k6 l–t10 u12 x–z10 A–c10 D12].
GW: GW 6062;
Hain: HC (+ Addenda) *4427;
Goff: Goff C‑167;
BMC: BMC V 191;
Proctor: Pr 4154;
Others: BSB‑Ink C‑127; Oates 1653; Sheppard 3328-9.
Copy number: C-071(1)
Wanting leaves [s6-8].
The centre of leaf [l6] is mutilated; [l7, 8] are damaged by fire.
Binding: Nineteenth-century English blind-tooled calf, by Charles Hering.
Size: 261 × 195 × 60 mm.
Size of leaf: 253 × 181 mm.
Occasional early marginal notes in red and brown ink, extracting key words; a few sixteenth-century marginal notes.
Initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red; red capital strokes and underlining.
Provenance: Francis Edward Norris (1885-1966). Presented in 1952.
SHELFMARK: Inc. d. I4.1472.2.
Copy number: C-071(2)
Wanting leaves [a1, 2] (the table of contents).
Misbound in the following order: [h1-9], [k2-6], [h10], gathering [i], [k1], gatherings [l]-[n], [o1-9], gatherings [q]-[t], [v1], [o10], gathering [p], [v2-12].
Binding: Nineteenth-century calf (c.1825), the spine gold-tooled; bound for the Bodleian Library; the gold stamp of the Library on both covers.
Size: 230 × 180 × 50 mm.
Size of leaf: 222 × 162 mm.
On [a3r] an initial is supplied in red with reserved white decoration and pen-work infill (drawing of two fish); other initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red; red capital strokes and underlining.
Provenance: On [D12v] incomplete and cancelled ownership inscriptions in a sixteenth/seventeenth-century hand: ‘Fratr[is] Ludo' and ‘Iste lib'. Tomaso De Luca, of Cadore; sale (1825), lot 1555. Purchased for £1. 15. 0; see Books Purchased (1825), 6.
SHELFMARK: Auct. Q sup. 1.2.
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