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Bod-Inc: H-016

Henricus de Gorichen

Quaestiones in S. Thomam.


Analysis of Content

[a1v] [Table of contents, first part.] ‘[Q]uestiones quas egregius sacre theologie professor Magister Heinricus de Gorichem . . .’

[a2r] Henricus de Gorichen: Quaestiones in S. Thomam. [First part.] Incipit: ‘[A]d laudem et gloriam benedicte trinitatis . . . Quia predilecti quidam consodales spiritu sacre doctrine . . . [U]trum preter philosophicas disciplinas necessaria sit alia doctrina que sit sciencia vna . . .’ See Weiler 89 no. 14.

[f10v] [Table of contents, second part.]

[g1r] Henricus de Gorichen: [Second part.] ‘[U]trum homini conueniat agere propter finem . . .’

[l6v] [Table of contents, third part.]

[m1r] Henricus de Gorichen: [Third part.] ‘[U]trum de fidei obiecto actu et essencia . . .’

[r6v] [Table of contents, fourth part.]

[s1r] Henricus de Gorichen: [Fourth part.] ‘[U]trum in dei verbo . . .’


Imprint: [Esslingen: Conrad Fyner, not after 13 May 1475]. Folio.

Remarks: A copy in Schottenstift, Vienna, has a rubricator's date of 13 May 1475; see Albert Hübl, Die Inkunabeln der Bibliothek des Stiftes Schotten in Wien (Vienna, 1904), 116 no. 233.


Collation: [a–e8 f10 g–i8 k l6 m–p8 r6 s–x8 y6 z8].


ISTC: ih00023000

Hain: H *7806;

Goff: Goff H‑23;

BMC: BMC II 514;

Proctor: Pr 2472;

Others: BSB‑Ink H‑64; Oates 1143; Sheppard 1770. Facsimile: Frankfurt am Main, 1967.

LCN: 14510694


Copy number: H-016(1)

Bound with:
1. Thomas Aquinas, Summa contra gentiles, sive De veritate Catholicae fidei [Strasbourg: Printer of Henricus Ariminensis, not after 1474] (T‑160).

Binding: Eighteenth-century English(?) gold-tooled red morocco; marbled pastedowns and gilt-edged leaves. Upper corner of front endleaf torn off.

Size: 388 × 268 × 92 mm.

Size of leaf: 387 × 256 mm.

Three- to six-line initials, chapter headings, underlining, and capital strokes are supplied in red. The incipit on [a2r] is supplied by the rubricator: ‘Incipiunt propositiones cum suis correllariis more positionum responsalium', based on the incipit of the preceding table.

Provenance: Wiener Neustadt, Austria, Pauline Hermits (sixteenth/seventeenth century); early inscription on item 1, [a2r]: ‘Monasterii Neostadiensis Ordinis S. Pauli .i. Eremitae'. J. T. Hand (fl. 1834-1837), 1835; armorial book-plate, and his signature on the front endleaf: ‘J. T. Hand 1835'; purchased at his sale in (1837), lot 156, for £0. 11. 0; see Books Purchased (1837), 3.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q inf. 1.17(2).

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