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Bod-Inc: C-109

Castellione, Johannes Lapus de



Analysis of Content

[*2r] ‘Tabula'.

[a2r] Castellione, Johannes Lapus de: Allegationes. Incipit: ‘[I]n hac allegatione facit tria . . .’ See Schulte II 270-2.


Imprint: [Rome]: Sixtus Riessinger, [1470]. Folio.

Remarks: Sheppard assigns to [Rome]; IGI to [Naples], and dating to [c.1472].


Collation: [*108 a b10 c12 d e10 f12 g–i10 k8]. [*1], [+ 6-8], [a1] and [k8] are blank.

Types: Type: 81 R2; see BMC IV, pp. x–xi and pl. III*.

Leaves: 120 leaves.

Line number: 62 lines.

Type area: Type area: 249 ×168 mm.


ISTC: ic00244500

Hain: HR 4578;

Proctor: Pr 6674;

Others: Fava–Bresciano 6; IGI 5685; Sheppard 2703.

LCN: 14743316


Copy number: C-109(1)

Wanting the blank leaves [†7-8] and [a1].

Binding: Eighteenth-century half roan.

Size: 435 × 285 × 32 mm.

Size of leaf: 426 × 277 mm.

A few early Italian marginal notes.

On [a2r] an eight-line initial is supplied in blue, ochre, and green within a gold frame, incorporated into a border of leaves and flowers supplied in red, blue, green, and ochre with some gold-dotting. Principal initials are supplied in red or blue with pen-flourishing in violet or red; paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue. See Pächt and Alexander II, 107 no. pr. 14.

Provenance: Johannes Chardallus (fifteenth-century); at the foot of [a2r] within the painted border, a coat of arms within a wreath: azure, a leopard's face, with five thistles issuing from the mouth, all proper; early signature on [k8v]. Francis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate. Bequeathed in 1834.

SHELFMARK: Douce 303.

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