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Bod-Inc: D-197

Duranti, Guilelmus

Rationale divinorum officiorum.


Analysis of Content

a1v Brunus, Gabriel: [Letter to] Franciscus Samson. Incipit: ‘Liber quem Rationale diuinorum officiorum . . .’

a2r Duranti, Guilelmus: Rationale divinorum officiorum. See D‑194.

G5r [Colophon.]

G5r Tuscanus, Johannes Aloisius: [Letter to] Cardinal Petrus [Ferriz]. Incipit: ‘Inter omnes libros . . .’

G5r ‘Rubrice'.


Imprint: Venice: Erhard Ratdolt, 8 Dec. 1485. Folio.


Collation: a–e8 f6 g h8 i–z A–E6 F G8.

Illustrations: One woodcut diagram; woodcut initials.


ISTC: id00429000

GW: GW 9130;

Hain: HC *6490;

Goff: Goff D‑429;

BMC: BMC V 291;

Proctor: Pr 4406;

Others: BSB‑Ink D‑347; Redgrave 54; Rhodes 725; Sack, Freiburg, 1325; Sheppard 3698-9.

LCN: 14865177


Copy number: D-197(1)

Bound with:
1. Werner Rolewinck, Fasciculus temporum. [Cologne: Ludwig von Renchen?, not after 1483] (R‑119).

Wanting the blank leaf G8.

Binding: Eighteenth-century mottled calf; the title in gilt on the spine; the two items were probably not bound together at an earlier date.

Size: 312 × 220 × 52 mm.

Size of leaf: 305 × 205 mm.

A few initials are supplied in red.

Provenance: Promontorium, monastery of Sancta Maria Angelorum; on a1r an inscription: ‘E Cenobio sancte Marie Angelorum Promontorij'. Acquired by 1738; see Fysher, Catalogus (1738), II 427.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q 2.2(1).

Copy number: D-197(2)

Binding: Contemporary German blind-tooled quarter pigskin over wooden boards; two metal clasps. On both covers fillets form three horizontal compartments; the small compartments are filled with a trefoil stamp, the large central compartment is filled with merrythoughts and fleurons.

Size: 327 × 225 × 47 mm.

Size of leaf: 312 × 205 mm.

A few early marginal notes.

Provenance: Johann Jakob Sandholtzer; on a1r an inscription: ‘Dono dedit Jo: Ja: Sandholtzer à Landerberg Monasterio Augiae Maiori Brig:' Mehrerau, Vorarlberg, Austria, Benedictines, SS. Petrus et Paulus. Francis Edward Norris (1885-1966); book-label. Presented in 1952; see BLR 4,3 (1952), 174.

SHELFMARK: Inc. c. I4.1485.1.

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