Compendium octo partium orationis.
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a1r [Title-page.] ‘Compendium octo partium orationis’
a2r ‘Opusculum quintuparti[t]um grammaticale pro pueris in lingua latina breuiter erudiendis'. Incipit: ‘[D]ominus que pars est? Nomen . . .’
Imprint: [Ulm: Johann Reger, not before 1498]. 4°.
Collation: a–h I k8 L4.
Illustrations: Accipies woodcut on a1r; see Schreiber–Heitz 20.
GW: GW 10996;
Hain: HC *5561;
BMC: BMC II 542;
Proctor: Pr 2587;
Others: BSB‑Ink C‑490; Schramm VII 282; Schreiber V 3767; Sheppard 1869.
Copy number: C-405(1)
Leaf a2r, l. 1 reads: ‘quintupartium', as GW not as BMC.
Binding: Nineteenth-century half black morocco.
Size: 207 × 150 × 18 mm.
Size of leaf: 197 × 132 mm.
Endleaves from a manuscript library catalogue in German in a nineteenth-century hand.
Early marginal notes in brown and red ink, mainly extracting key words and correcting the text.
Initials and paragraph marks are partly supplied in red; red capital strokes and underlining.
Provenance: Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; ‘Dupl' and number ‘2574' on front endleaf. Purchased for 16 Marks from Albert Cohn; see Library Bills, 25 Feb. 1886.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 7.29.
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