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Bod-Inc: G-015

Gaietanus de Thienis

Expositio in Aristotelem De anima, et al.


Analysis of Content

a1v ‘Tituli questionum.’

a2r Gaietanus de Thienis: [Preface.] See G‑014.

a2r Aristoteles: De anima. [Translation revised by Guilelmus de Moerbeka.] Incipit: ‘[B]onorum honorabilium notitiam opinantes magis autem . . .’ See A‑386.

a2r Gaietanus de Thienis: Expositio in Aristotelem De anima. Incipit: ‘[H]ic liber qui De anima inscribitur est sextus in ordine librorum . . .’ See G‑014.

n5r [Colophon.]

n6r Gaietanus de Thienis: Quaestio de sensu agente. Incipit: ‘[Q]ueritur vtrum pro sensatione causanda oporteat ponere . . .’ See Thorndike–Kibre 1664.

n8v Gaietanus de Thienis: Expositio De sensibilibus communibus. Incipit: ‘[Q]ueritur utrum sensibilia communia sint sensibilia per se . . .’ See Thorndike–Kibre 1670.

o1r Gaietanus de Thienis: Expositio De intellectu. Incipit: ‘[Q]ueritur utrum intellectus humanus sit perpetuus . . .’ See Thorndike–Kibre 1653.

o3r Averroes: De substantia orbis. [Translated by Michael Scotus.] Incipit: ‘[I]n hoc tractatu intendimus perscrutari de rebus ex quibus . . .’ See A‑386.

o3r Johannes de Gandavo [pseudo-; Johannes de Janduno]: Expositio De substantia orbis. Incipit: ‘Liber iste, qui intitulatur De substantia orbis, diuiditur . . .’ Explicit: locis ipse dissoluit eam. See Ludwig Schmugge, Johannes von Jandun 1285/9-1328, Pariser historische Studien, 5 (Stuttgart, 1966), 130, no. 23; Thorndike–Kibre 822. On the authorship see Schmugge 1-4, and Stuart MacClintock, Perversity and Error: Studies on the ‘Averroist' John of Jandun, Indiana University Publications, Humanities Ser., 37 (Bloomington, 1956), 4 and n. 13, where he indicates that Johannes de Janduno is not to be identified with Johannes de Gandavo.

r1r Johannes de Gandavo [pseudo-; Johannes de Janduno]: ‘Questiones singulares super libro De substantia orbis.’ Incipit: ‘[Q]ueritur vtrum dimensiones interminate precedant formas substantiales . . .’ See Thorndike–Kibre 1644.

r1v Johannes de Gandavo [pseudo-; Johannes de Janduno]: ‘Questiones de substantia orbis.’ Incipit: ‘[S]icut dicit philosophus secundo metaphysice philosophiam . . .’ See Thorndike–Kibre 1488. The quaestio beginning on r5r Incipit: ‘[C]onsequenter queritur, utrum celum secundum se totum sit luminosum . . .', and the following two quaestiones are apparently not the work of Johannes: see MacClintock 187, n. 110.

t2v [Colophon.]


Imprint: Vicenza: Henricus de Sancto Ursio, Zenus, 21 Sept. 1486; 16 Oct. 1486. Folio.


Collation: a8-1 b c6 d–i8.6 k–s8.6.6 t2.


ISTC: ig00026000

Hain: C 617 = 5824 + 5825; [C]R 617 (var.);

Goff: Goff G‑26;

BMC: BMC VII 1046;

Proctor: Pr 7168;

Others: BSB‑Ink C‑35; Hillard 851; MacClintock, 124-5, no. 12; Sheppard 5932.

LCN: 14101041


Copy number: G-015(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century half calf; marbled paper boards; the gold stamp of the Bodleian Library on both covers.

Size: 307 × 208 × 25 mm.

Size of leaf: 296 × 198 mm.

Early marginal notes and ‘nota' marks.

Provenance: Frederic North (1766-1827), 5th Earl of Guilford; anonymous armorial book-plate, with motto; not found in sale (1831). Purchased from R. F. Sweetinburgh for £0. 18. 0; see Books Purchased (1832), 9.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q inf. 1.24.

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