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Bod-Inc: H-006

Heimericus de Campo

Promptuarium argumentorum.


Analysis of Content

A1r [Title-page.] ‘Promptuarium argumentorum dialogice ordinatorum a duobus mutuo sibi obuintibus(!) per contrarias rationes . . . disputatorum . . .’

A2r [Heimericus de Campo]: Promptuarium argumentorum. Incipit: ‘[P]roponam vobis probleuma quid si solueritis mihi inter septem dies conuiuii . . .’ On the authorship see H‑005.

K6v [Colophon.]

K7r ‘Conclusiones huius libelli per Lilium et Spineum alternatis vicibus proposite et disputate.’ Incipit: ‘Logica est principaliter de secundis intentionibus. Logica est principaliter de primis intentionibus . . .’


Imprint: Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, 4 Dec. 1496. 4°.


Collation: A8 B–I6 K8.

Illustrations: ‘Accipies' woodcut on A1r: see Schreiber–Heitz no. 18, and Schramm pl. 484, not 485 as on p. 23.


ISTC: ih00010600

Hain: H *13397;

Goff: Goff P‑1013;

BMC: BMC I 286;

Proctor: Pr 1337;

Others: BSB‑Ink H‑233; Schramm VIII pl. 484; Schreiber V 5022a; Sheppard 1029; Voulliéme, Köln, 979, 981.

Remarks: Voulliéme treats the first gathering separately (979), suggesting that the edition might have remained uncompleted, as no setting from this date of the remaining gatherings seems to be known.

LCN: 14087111


Copy number: H-006(1)

Bound with A‑203(2); see there for details of binding and provenance.

Size of leaf: 182 × 132 mm.

On K7v a medical recipe in English in a sixteenth-century hand, entitled ‘A gud medicyne for eyeord(?) or fleyme in the eye', ‘ . . . pro oculis [ ] non possent videre': ‘Take iii sponfull of juse of celydon [greater celandine] & iii sponfull of juse of syphel and stren yam ons or twise througth a smale lyne clothe and take a sponfull of hony and clarified yt on ye fyer & stomyt it cleyn and then bule in juse aforsayde, & it togyder & put in to it a mit great of whyte toperose & then put it in a vessell & put it in to eyes when you gothe to bede or any other tyme'. On the rear endleaf, a philosophical quaestio in a later hand, ‘An potentia sit de essentia materiæ . . .' On the verso of the rear endleaf a philosophical quaestio written in a sixteenth-century hand, entitled incipit: ‘An potentia sit de essentia materiæ. Arguitur quod non . . .’

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q 5.2(4).

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