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Bod-Inc: G-114

Gerson, Johannes

De modo vivendi omnium fidelium, et al.


Analysis of Content

a2r Gerson, Johannes: De modo vivendi omnium fidelium. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 399, 1-5.

a5r Gerson, Johannes: ‘De remediis contra pusillanimitatem scrupulositatem, deceptorias contra inimici consolaciones et subtiles eius temptationes.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 537, 374-85.

b8r Gerson, Johannes: De tentationibus diaboli. Incipit: ‘[A]d nos sub dei manu humiliandos atque cognoscendam . . .’ Explicit:` . . .et filius et spiritus sanctus. Amen.’


Imprint: [Louvain: Johannes de Westfalia, between 1484/5 and 14 Dec. 1486]. 4°.

Remarks: As dated in HPT; the copy in the Bibliothèque Mazarine has a note of ownership by Jean Budé with the date 14 Dec. 1486.


Collation: a–c8 d6.


ISTC: ig00233000

GW: GW 10770;

Hain: HC *7671;

Goff: Goff G‑233;

BMC: BMC IX 153;

Proctor: Pr 9267;

Others: BSB‑Ink G‑157; Campbell 815; Hillard 889; HPT II 437; ILC 1082; Oates 3744-5; Rhodes 833; Sheppard 7138.

LCN: 14877284


Copy number: G-114(1)

Wanting the blank leaf a1.

Binding: Nineteenth-century English (c.1880 according to a note by A. W. Pollard; Library Records c. 1054) brown morocco, with triple gold fillets, gold-tooled turn-ins, and marbled pastedowns; bound for the British Museum.

Size: 213 × 145 × 10 mm.

Size of leaf: 208 × 138 mm.

Provenance: Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753). London, British Museum; black octagonal stamp indicating the Sloane collection; shelfmarks: ‘702.d.1(3)' indicating that the item was part of a tract volume; then bound separately as ‘702.d.35'; ‘IA.49252'; BM crown stamp in gold on each pastedown; British Museum stamp and duplicate transfer stamp, dated 11 Oct. 1913, on d6v. Transferred to the Bodleian in Oct. 1913; see ‘List of Duplicate Incunabula' (Library Records c. 1054), no. 33.

SHELFMARK: Inc. e. N3.1.

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