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Bod-Inc: J-021

Jacobus de Theramo

Consolatio peccatorum, seu Processus Belial.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a2r Jacobus de Ancharano [pseudo-; Jacobus de Theramo]: Consolatio peccatorum, seu Processus Belial. Incipit: ‘[U]niuersis christi fidelibus atque orthodoxe sancte matris ecclesie fidei cultoribus hoc breue compendium in conspecturis . . .’ Explicit: consolatus es me ad vitam eternam perhennem amen. See J‑018.


Imprint: [Lyons: Jacques Maillet, before 1494]. 4°.


Collation: a–h8 i10.


ISTC: ij00071000

Hain: C 5788;

Goff: Goff J‑71;


Proctor: Pr 8625;

Others: Oates 3225; Sheppard 6681.

LCN: 14444308


Copy number: J-021(1)

Bound with:
1. Théodore de Bèze, Theses theologicae in Schola Genevensi ab aliquot Sacrarum literarum studiosis . . . propositae & disputatae. Geneva: Eustathius Vignon, 1586;
2. Sebastianus Derrerus, Iurisprudentiae Liber primus. Lyons: Johannes et Franciscus Frelleos(?), [1540];
3. Claudius Cantiuncula, De officio iudicis libri duo. Basel: Michael Isengrin, 1543.

Leaves i3v, i4r, i7v, and i8r left blank in error, with consequent loss of text.

Binding: Seventeenth-century English blind- and gold-tooled calf; one blank, one gold, and two blank fillets form a frame; remains of clasps and catches. Formerly chained by the Bodleian: staple-marks of a hasp at the head of upper cover. ‘16' in black across the fore-edge and in white at the head of the spine.

Size: 213 × 157 × 55 mm.

Size of leaf: 204 × 151 mm.

On the verso of the last leaf of item 3, inscription in a sixteenth-/seventeenth-century hand: ‘domus magna atti quam dispari domino dominaris.’

Provenance: On a1 a cropped sixteenth-century inscription: ‘Johannes [ ]'. John Selden (1584-1654); see MS. Broxb. 84. 10, p. 51. Presented in 1659.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: B 5. 19 Th. Seld.

SHELFMARK: AA 16(4) Th. Seld.

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