Analysis of Content
a1r Guarinus Veronensis: Regulae grammaticales. ‘Clarissimi oratoris Guarini Ueronensis regulae foeliciter incipiunt.’ Incipit: ‘[P]artes grammatice sunt quatuor . . .’ See G‑265, but this fragment does not allow an exact determination of the place of this edition in the textual tradition.
Imprint: [Naples: Francesco di Dino, c.1480]. 4°.
Remarks: No complete copy known.
Collation: a6 . . .
Illustrations: Woodcut initial.
Watermarks: The paper has the same watermark of scissors as Francesco di Dino's edition of Accursius, A‑011 (GW 173).
GW: GW 11611;
Others: Sheppard 5461.
Copy number: G-268(1)
Wanting all after a6.
Binding: Twentieth-century(?) paper boards.
Size: 217 × 150 × 4 mm.
Size of leaf: 209 × 142 mm.
On the front pastedown is attached a letter of Victor Scholderer, British Museum London, to [D. M.] Rogers, dated 12 Oct. 1949, regarding the fragment.
Manuscript foliation: 29-34.
Provenance and date of acquisition unknown; the shelfmark indicates a date in the twentieth century.
Former Bodleian shelfmark: Antiq. e.U.14.
SHELFMARK: Inc. e. I12.1.
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