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Bod-Inc: H-134

Holcot, Robertus

Super sapientiam Salomonis.


Analysis of Content

A1r [Title-page.]

A2r [Table of contents, in alphabetical order.]

B6r ‘Sequuntur questiones.’

a1r Holcot, Robertus: [Prologue.] Incipit: ‘Opus preclarissimum eximii domini magistri Roberti Holkot sacre theologie moralissimi atque doctissimi professoris . . .’

a2r Holcot, Robertus: Super sapientiam Salomonis. Incipit: ‘  “[D]ominus petra mea et robur meum.” ii Regis. xxii. [II Sm 22,2.] Artes et scientie humanis studiis adinuente per occasionem quadruplicem . . .’ See H‑130.

M4v Holcot, Robertus: ‘Incipit sermo eiusdem de studio sacre scripture.’ Incipit: ‘  “[O]s iusti meditabitur sapientiam.” Ps. xxxi(!). [Ps 36,30.] Omnis sapientia siue humanitus adinuenta siue diuinitus . . .’

M5v [Colophon.]


Imprint: Hagenau: [Heinrich Gran], 1494. Folio.


Collation: A8 B6 a8 b6 c8 d e6 f8 g–i6 k8 l–n6 o8 p–r6 s8 t–y6 z8 A–C6 D8 E–G6 H8 I–M6.


ISTC: ih00293000

Hain: HC *8761;

Goff: Goff H‑293;


Proctor: Pr 3181;

Others: BSB‑Ink H‑316; CIBN H‑170; Hillard 1027; Rhodes 925; Sack, Freiburg 1855; Sheppard 2233.

LCN: 14463407


Copy number: H-134(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century leather binding laid down with original covers, spine, clasps, and catches. Contemporary German (Augsburg, Kyriß workshop no. 86) blind-tooled leather; triple fillets form a quadruple frame. Within the head of the outer frame ‘Ropertus hol[ ]', stamped, in the upper cover only; within the following frame a floral roll in the upper cover, hunt roll in the lower cover; within the following frame, rosette stamps in the upper cover only. The inner rectangle is decorated with three plait-work rolls running vertically; see Kyriß pl. 175, nos 1-3, 6.

Size: 302 × 211 × 55 mm.

Size of leaf: 292 × 202 mm.

Fifteenth/sixteenth-century marginal note on H6v: ‘N. B. Miror hominem hunc doctum nenijs, et fabellis Martini inhaerere, olim profligati, et ipso Siluestri sepulch[r?]o, mendacis.’

Initials are supplied in red.

Provenance: Buxheim, Bavaria, Carthusians, BVM; inscription on A1r: ‘Cartusiæ Buxiensis'; stamp on A2r. Graf von Ostein, 1803. Sold in 1883 by Graf Hugo von Waldbott-Bassenheim (1820-1895); Buxheim sale, lot 3112. Purchased by Falconer Madan for the Bodleian in 1884 for 10 Marks; see Library Bills, 19 Feb. 1884; see also Honemann, ‘Buxheim Collection', Bod20.

SHELFMARK: Auct. Q sub. fen. 2.19.

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