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Bod-Inc: D-025

Datus, Augustinus



Analysis of Content

[a1v] Accursius Pisanus, Bonus: [Letter addressed to] Franciscus (Cicchus) Simoneta. Incipit: ‘[Q]uoniam semper sum arbitratus, quas(!) ex Ciceronis libris . . .’ Explicit: ignorarent. Valeo et praesidium et dulce decus meum

[a2r] Datus, Augustinus: [Elegantiolae.] ‘Isagogicus libellus in eloquentiae praecepta', [addressed to] Andreas, son of Christopher [Capaccius(?)]. Incipit: ‘[C]redimus iamdudum a plaerisque viris etiam disertissimis . . .’


Imprint: Milan: Philippus de Lavagnia, 18 Mar. 1475. 4°.


Collation: [a–e8].


ISTC: id00060700

GW: GW 8047;

Hain: H *5989;

BMC: BMC VI 701;

Proctor: Pr 5843;

Others: BSB‑Ink D‑18; Oates 2265.2; Sheppard 4802.

LCN: 14817280


Copy number: D-025(1)

Binding: Eighteenth/nineteenth-century (after 1790) English half russia; marbled pasteboards; bound for Wodhull.

Size: 227 × 171 × 10 mm.

Size of leaf: 220 × 155 mm.

Marginal notes, some in Italian. On [a1r] in a fifteenth-century hand, a partly cancelled draft letter in Italian, incipit: ‘Carissimo et amantissimo mio [ ]'. On [e8v] an incomplete list of the ‘praecepta' for fols 1-4, in the same hand as the one of some of the annotations and the foliation.

On [a2r] two shields bearing coats of arms in lower margin, drawn in black ink: a fess between three helms closed and in profile, without tinctures; the remains of the tinctures of a second coat of arms, gules and azure, but now heavily defaced, possibly a lion rampant. Foliation is supplied in black ink, 1-8, IX–XXXVIII.

Provenance: Maffeo Pinelli (1735-1785); see Morelli (1787), pt. 3, no. 7295; sale (1789), lot 12199, for £0. 5. 0. Michael Wodhull (1740-1816); purchased in 1790; note on front endleaf: ‘Pinelli Appendix 2:6 bind. 4:3/ 6:9 M: Wodhull F[eb]:26th 1790'. John Edmund Severne (1826-1899); sale (1886), lot 868; purchased for £0. 7. 0; see Library Bills.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 4Q 6.53.

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