Gerardus de Zutphania
De reformatione virium animae.
Analysis of Content
[a2r] ‘Annotatio capitulorum.’
[a4r] Gerardus de Zutphania: De reformatione virium animae. Incipit: ‘ “[H]omo quidam descendit de Hierusalem in Hiericho” [Lc 10,30]. His verbis mistyce humani generis lapsus describitur . . .’ See J. van Rooij, Gerard Zerbolt van Zutphen, I: Leven en geschriften (Nijmegen, 1936), esp. 322-36.
Imprint: [Paris: Georg Mittelhus], 1493. 8°.
Collation: [a] b–g8 h4.
GW: GW 10699;
Hain: HC 16292 = H 16293;
Goff: Goff G‑172;
BMC: BMC VIII 126;
Proctor: Pr 8111;
Others: Sheppard 6333.
Copy number: G-083(1)
1. Johannes de Tambaco, Consolatio theologiae. Paris: Georg Mittelhus, 93 (J‑199(1)).
For this volume see Coates–Jensen 253, no. 19.
Binding: Eighteenth-century calf; rebacked.
Size: 141 × 92 × 30 mm.
Size of leaf: 134 × 83 mm.
Occasional early marginal notes.
Partial rubrication in both works: some initials are supplied in red; some capital strokes and underlining in red. The style of rubrication suggests that the two parts were travelling together from soon after the time they were printed.
Provenance: Coupar Angus Abbey, Tayside, Cistercians; this item is not listed in Ker, Medieval Libraries; fifteenth/sixteenth-century inscription on [A2r] of item 1: ‘Liber beate Marie de Cupro'. James Smart (fl. 1691); inscriptions in both items: in item 1, on [A1v]: ‘Jacobus Smart hoc libro utitur', and on [A8v]: ‘Ex libris Jacobi Smart 1691'; in item 2, on h4v: ‘Jacobus Smart est huius libri legittimus possessor anno domini 1688'. William Adams; signature on [a1r] of item 2. Robert Mylne, perhaps to be identified with Robert Mylne (1643?–1747); signature on [a1r] of item 2; given book by William Adams in 1730; inscription on A2r of item 1: ‘This book belonged to Abb[ ] of Cuper now to Robert Mylne by gift of Mr. Wm. Adams now of [ ] 1730'. Hugh H. Pillans (fl. 1869); book-plate and no. ‘2'; signature and date 1869 on h4v of item 2. Purchased in 1929; see BQR 6,61-2 (1929), 41.
SHELFMARK: Inc. f. F1.1493.1(2).
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