Formularium procuratorum et advocatorum Curiae Romanae.
Analysis of Content
a1r [Verse.] Incipit: ‘Causidicus quid agat iudexue tabellio doctus | Patronusue foro iura clientis agens'; 4 lines of verse.
b1r Formularium procuratorum et advocatorum Curiae Romanae. Incipit: ‘[D]uplex est modus deuoluendi siue trahendi causas ad Curiam Romanam . . .’ See Stintzing 256-8.
s7v [Verse.] Incipit: ‘Causidicus quid agat iudexve tabellio doctus | Patronusve foro iura clientis agens'; 4 lines of verse.
Imprint: Basel: [Michael Furter?], 12 Mar. 1489. Folio.
Remarks: Pr assigns to [Johann Amerbach].
Collation: a4 b8 c6 d–g6.8 h6 i–m6.8 n6 o–r6.8 s8.
GW: GW 10221;
Hain: H *7296;
Goff: Goff F‑266;
BMC: BMC III 787;
Proctor: Pr 7579;
Others: BSB‑Ink F‑222; Sack, Freiburg, 1472; Sheppard 2536.
Copy number: F-088(1)
Binding: Contemporary blind-tooled quarter calf over wooden boards; both catches lost, but remains of two clasps on the lower cover. On both covers triple fillets form a rectangular compartment. On the upper cover it is divided by further triple fillets into three, and decorated with a floral and cresting roll, a repeated ornamental stamp, and a repeated palmette stamp; on the lower cover the compartment is divided into two, and decorated with a repeated large rosette stamp, and with the floral and cresting roll; the spine is decorated with the rosette stamp. The upper board is cracked down the middle, and is very loose.
Size: 307 × 215 × 39 mm.
Size of leaf: 301 × 207 mm.
Two- to six-line initials, some with extensions into the margins, and paragraph marks are supplied in red; capital strokes and underlining in red.
Provenance: Martinus, 1536; inscription on front pastedown in red ink: ‘Martinus [ ] me collegit sibi et suis emit ordinauitque anno MDxxxvi mense Martio'. Michael Lattner; heavily cancelled inscription on a1r: ‘Michael Lattner, cooperator ad Spiritum S. Monachii'. Paulus Kleindinst(?); heavily cancelled inscription on a1r: ‘Ex libris [ ] Pauli Kleindinst(?)'. Schrobenhausen, Bavaria, Francisans; cancelled inscription on a1r: ‘Ad usum Fratrum Minorum S. Francisci Schrobenhusanorum'; upper and lower edges stamped ‘FS'. Schleißheim, Bavaria, Franciscans; inscription on a1r: ‘Ad Franciscanos Schleishamii bibliotheca'. Duplicate from Royal Library, Munich; ‘Duplum' on recto of front endleaf. Sheppard records that this item was purchased in 1893 from Caspar Haugg, although no bills from Haugg have been found for 1893.
SHELFMARK: Inc. c. GS2.1489.1.
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