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Johannes Chrysostomus

Sermones de patientia in Job (ed. Lilius Tifernas).


Analysis of Content

[a1r] Lilius Tifernas: [Prologue addressed to] Nicolaus V, Pont. Max. Incipit: ‘[C]onsueuerunt pater beatissime qui sub ceteris predecessoribus tuis fideles militauerunt . . .’

[a1r] Johannes Chrysostomus [pseudo-]: Sermones de patientia in Job. Edited and translated by Lilius Tifernas. Incipit: ‘[A]nnuus ad nos hodierna die certator orbis aduenit. Venit ad nos peregrmus . . .’ Explicit: hos imitemur omnes quo pares . . .Amen.

[c1v] [Table of contents.]

[c2r] Albertus Magnus [pseudo-; Johannes de Castello]: De adhaerendo Deo. Albertus Magnus, Opera, ed. Petrus Jammy, 21 vols (Lyons, 1651), 21f,1-11; Albertus Magnus, Opera omnia . . . ed. Augustus and Aemilius Borgnet, 38 vols (Paris, 1890-9), 523-42. The text is usually attributed to Albertus Magnus, but the author is Johannes de Castello; see Grabmann, Geistesleben, I 489-524.


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


Collation: [a–c10].


ISTC: ij00306000

Hain: H *5025 (incl. *427);

Goff: Goff J‑306;

BMC: BMC II 514;

Proctor: Pr 2467;

Others: BSB‑Ink I‑361; CIBN J‑196; Sack, Freiburg, 2055; Sheppard 1772.

LCN: 14488039


Copy number: J-146(1)

Bound with:
2. Johannes Nider, De contractibus mercatorum. [Esslingen: Conrad Fyner, 1474-75?] (N‑073).

Binding: Nineteenth-century plain calf, with sprinkled red-edged leaves. ‘FS' on a square blue label at the head of the spine. Three green paper index tabs, one in item 1 and two in item 2.

Size: 286 × 198 × 18 mm.

Size of leaf: 277 × 191 mm.

From the manuscript list of contents on the front endleaf, it appears that the items at one time were bound with Fyner's editions of Henricus de Gorichen, De praedestinatione (1474), and of Gerson, Conclusiones de diversis materiis moralibus [n. d.].

List of contents with bibliographical and typographical notes, and headings in a nineteenth-century hand.

Initials, paragraph marks, underlining of chapter headings, and capital strokes are supplied in red.

Provenance: Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; ‘Dupl' on [a1r], [c2r], and [a1r] of item 2. Purchased from Munich via Thomas Rodd for Fl. 18, i.e. £1. 16. 0; see Books Purchased (1837), 9.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 3.25(1).

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