Duns Scotus, Johannes
Quodlibeta (ed. Thomas Penketh).
Analysis of Content
[a1r] [Duns Scotus, Johannes: Quodlibeta.] Edited by Thomas Penketh. Johannes Duns Scotus, Opera omnia, new edn (Paris, 1895), XXV, XXVI 1-345; Johannes Duns Scotus, Cuestiones cuodlibetales, ed. Felix Alluntis (Madrid, 1968) (ex informatione Richard Cross). See Glorieux, Répertoire, no. 344s, and Palémon Glorieux, La Littérature quodlibétique de 1260 à 1320, Bibliothèque Thomiste, 5, 21 (Paris, 1925-35), I 218-19, II 152.
[n2r] [Verse colophon, acknowledging the contribution of Thomas Penketh.] Incipit: ‘Haec Albertus ego Stendal colibeta magister'; 6 hexameters.
[n2r] ‘Additiones'. Incipit: ‘Ad solutiones istorum obiectorum doctor remittit se alibi . . .’ Explicit: tertia demeritoria. De secundo principali
[n3r] [Table of contents for ‘Additiones'.]
[n3v] [Table of contents.]
Imprint: [Padua]: Albertus de Stendal, 1474. Folio.
Collation: [a–c10 d–f8 g10 h–n8].
GW: GW 9067;
Hain: HC 6433;
Goff: Goff D‑392;
BMC: BMC VII 911;
Proctor: Pr 6784;
Others: Oates 2552; Rhodes 716; Sheppard 5574.
Copy number: D-161(1)
The signatures are stamped far down in the right-hand lower corner.
Size: 347 × 243 × 32 mm.
Size of leaf: 339 × 230 mm.
Copious early marginal notes commenting on the text.
Initials, paragraph marks, rubrics, and book numbers are supplied in red; capital strokes and underlining in red; early manuscript foliation in red and black ink.
Provenance: John Mozley Stark; label on pastedown; sale, 16 July 1888, lot 1399, where it is incorrectly assigned to ‘Venet. J. de Colonia, N. Jenson sociorumque'. Purchased in 1888 at the Stark sale, out of the donation of £100 from a member of All Souls College [Sir William Reynell Anson, Warden of All Souls (1843-1914)]; note written on upper pastedown: ‘out of the donation of £100 received from a member of All Souls'.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 5Q inf. 2.25.
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