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Bod-Inc: H-005

Heimericus de Campo

Promptuarium argumentorum.


Analysis of Content

A1r [Title-page.] ‘Promptuarium argumentorum dialogice ordinatorum a Lilio Albertista et Spineo Thomista mutuo sibi obuiantibus per contrarias rationes . . . disputatorum . . .’

A2r [Heimericus de Campo]: Promptuarium argumentorum. Incipit: ‘[P]roponam vobis probleuma quid si solueritis mihi inter septem dies conuiuii . . .’ this & Reparationes not in Lohr On the authorship see Grabmann, Geistesleben, II 382 and Burie, ‘Proeve tot inventarisatie van de in handschrift of in druk bewaarde werken van de Leuvense theologieprofessoren uit de XVe eeuw', 236.

K6v [Colophon.]

K7r ‘Conclusiones huius libelli.’ Incipit: ‘Logica est principaliter de secundis intentionibus. Logica est principaliter de primis intentionibus . . .’


Imprint: Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, 26 June 1492. 4°.


Collation: A8 B–I6 K8.

Illustrations: ‘Accipies' woodcut on A1r: see Schreiber–Heitz no. 18, and Schramm.


ISTC: ih00010550

Hain: H 13396;

Goff: Goff P‑1012;

Proctor: Pr 1308;

Others: BSB‑Ink H‑232; Schramm VIII p. 20 and pl. 484; Schreiber V 5021; Sheppard 986; Voulliéme, Köln, 980.

LCN: 14087175


Copy number: H-005(1)

Bound with:
2. Heimericus de Campo, Reparationes librorum totius philosophiae naturalis. Cologne: Ulrich Zell, 15 Nov. 1494 (H‑007).

Binding: Seventeenth-century parchment bound for the Bodleian Library; two green ties lost.

Size: 200 × 150 × 38 mm.

Size of leaf: 192 × 140 mm.

Some cropped early notes on A1r. Pagination added in black ink in a sixteenth-century hand to the ‘Conclusiones huius libelli per Lilium et Spineum alternatis vicibus proposite et disputate'.

On A2r a six-line initial ‘P' is supplied in interlocked red and blue, with red pen-work decoration. Other two-line initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue; capital strokes in red.

Provenance: Johannes de Rachia (fl. 1496); two inscriptions on A1r of item 1: ‘Emit me frater Johannes de Rachia Colonie [ ] pro [ ] anno domini 1496'; and ‘Emit me frater Johannes de Rachia Colonie pro xvi albis'. Jacobus Blother, sixteenth century; inscription on A1v of item 1: ‘Jacobus Blother libri huius possessor'. Acquired by 1605: see James, Catalogus (1605), 372; James, Catalogus (1620), 407; both entries have the present shelfmark.

SHELFMARK: 4° P 19(1) Art.

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