Clemens V, Pont. Max.
Constitutiones (cum apparatu Johannis Andreae).
Analysis of Content
[a3r] Johannes XXII, Pont. Max.: Bulla ‘Quoniam nulli iuris sanctio'. See C‑359.
[a3r] [Andreae, Johannes: Gloss on the Bulla.] Incipit: ‘Johannes. Graciosum hoc nomen per interpretaciones, deriuaciones uel ethimologias . . .’
[a4v] Clemens V, Pont. Max.: Constitutiones. See C‑359.
[a4v] Andreae, Johannes: [Gloss on Constitutiones.] Incipit: ‘Fidei catholice. Summa huius concilii hec est . . .’ Explicit: ‘ . . .collocet cum electis’ See C‑359.
[k8r] Clemens V, Pont. Max.: Constitutiones V 11,1. See C‑359.
Imprint: Rome: Georgius Lauer and Leonhardus Pflugel, 15 June 1472. Folio.
Collation: [a12 b8 c10 d8 e–k10].
GW: GW 7082;
Hain: H *5414;
BMC: BMC IV 37;
Proctor: Pr 3411;
Others: BSB‑Ink C‑432; Sheppard 2733.
Copy number: C-364(1)
Wanting the blank leaves [a1, 2].
Binding: Nineteenth-century German pasteboards; a gold stamp of the royal arms of Bavaria on both covers.
Size: 405 × 285 × 25 mm.
Size of leaf: 400 × 273 mm.
A few early marginal notes. Running chapter headings are supplied in brown ink.
On [a3r] an 11-line epigraphic ‘I' is supplied in blue with pen-work decoration in red and a 14-line ‘J' is supplied in red with pen-work decoration forming a half-border on red and blue. Other initials are supplied in red or blue with pen-flourishing in blue or red; paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue; red chapter numbers, capital strokes, and underlining.
Provenance: Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; ‘Duplum' and old shelfmark ‘Inc. Typ. Nro 703' on front endleaf. Either the copy purchased from Munich via Thomas Rodd for 20 Florins, i.e. £2; see Books Purchased (1837), 9, or the copy purchased for £1. 10. 0; see Books Purchased (1840), 8; and anonymous sale (27 May 1840), lot 178.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 3Q 3.32.
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