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Bod-Inc: G-165

Goffredus de Trano

Summa super titulos Decretalium.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a2r Goffredus de Trano: Summa super titulos Decretalium. Incipit:`Incipit summa super titulos Decretalium . . . [G]losarum diuersitas intelligentiam textus nonnunquam obtenebrat . . .’ See Schulte II 88-91; LThK IV 1036-7.

I9r [Table of contents.]


Imprint: [Cologne: Ludwig von Renchen, c.1487]. Folio.

Remarks: As dated by GW; Goff and Sheppard date [c.1488].


Collation: a–c8 d6 e f8 g–i6 k–n8 o6 p8 q6 r–v8 x6 y8 z A6 B–D8 E6 F–H8 I10.


ISTC: it00424000

GW: GW 10950;

Hain: HC *15599;

Goff: Goff T‑424;

Proctor: Pr 7663;

Others: Sheppard 955; Voulliéme, Köln, 434.

LCN: 14554189


Copy number: G-165(1)

Bound with:
2. Johannes Nivicellensis, Concordantiae Bibliae et Canonum, Basel, Nicolaus Kesler, 12 July 1487 (J‑172).

Binding: Contemporary German (Ulm, Johannes Hagmajer, Kyriß workshop no. 46) blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards; two catches and clasps hinged on the lower cover; clasps and catches are secured by three nails arranged in a triangle. On the upper board, double fillets form an intersecting double frame; within the outer frame, scrolls of lozenge-shaped floral and lion stamps alternate; in the corners are circular lamb-and-flag stamps; in the inner rectangle are merrythoughts made up from tendril outline tools, within which are floral stamps of two kinds. On the lower board, within the vertical sides of the outer frame are tear-drop stamps with a dragon; see Kyriß pl. 95, nos 1-4, 10; see Goldschmidt 62. Along the lower edge: ‘Summa Gamfredi'. Strips from a twelfth-century noted liturgical manuscript visible in the binding. Title and paper label with ‘S', ‘G', or ‘C' on the spine.

Size: 305 × 215 × 59 mm.

Size of leaf: 291 × 205 mm.

On a1r: ‘Contenta | Introductio quedam pro iurip[ruden]tibus [ ] iura', in an early hand. Few early marginal annotations, extracting key words.

Provenance: Buxheim, Bavaria, Carthusians, BVM; inscription on a1r: ‘Cart. Buxheim'; stamp on a2r. Graf von Ostein, 1803. Sold in 1883 by Graf Hugo von Waldbott-Bassenheim (1820-1895); Buxheim sale, lot 3015. Purchased by Falconer Madan for the Bodleian in 1884 for 10 Marks; see Library Bills, 19 Feb. 1884; see also Honemann, ‘Buxheim Collection', Bod15.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 4Q 4.20(1).

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