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Bod-Inc: J-244


Institutiones [with the Glossa ordinaria of Accursius and the Summaria of Hieronymus Clarius with annotations to the Summaria by a pupil of Jason de Mayno].


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.] ‘Instituta cum summariis.’

a2r Institutiones. See J‑230.

a2r [Clarius, Hieronymus]: Summaria Incipit: ‘  “[I]n nomine domini nostri Iesu Christi.” Ista rubrica diuiditur in quatuor partes . . .’ Explicit: sunt preterea usque ad finem secundum Angelum. The Glossa of Accursius surrounds the text; in the beginning the Summaria of Clarius precede each lemma of the text; from f1r it alternates with the Glossa.

a2r Accursius: Glossa ordinaria. Incipit: ‘  “[I]n nomine domini nostri Iesu Christi.” Ex hoc nota quod christianus fuit. Alias non posset imperare . . .’ usque ad titulum de appellationibus qui sequitur. Accur. See J‑230.

f1r ‘Additiones'. Incipit: ‘ut l. fi pater in pri. ff . . .’ Additiones to both Glossa and Summaria, by a person often quoting Jason de Mayno.

T5v [Colophon, with editorial note.] Incipit: ‘Habes perspicacissime lector Institutionum castigatissimum codicem . . .’

T6r ‘Rubrice omnes secundum ordinem alphabeti.’ Incipit: ‘Adoptionibus . . .’

T6r [A note on the omission of the letter e from the alphabetical sequence of the gatherings.]


Imprint: [Lyons: Jean de Vingle], 9 Dec. 1499. 8°.


Collation: a–d f–z [et] [con] [rum] A–T8.


ISTC: ij00545500

GW: GW 7651;

Hain: R 1773;

Proctor: not in Pr;

Others: BSB‑Ink C‑669; Sheppard 6703.

LCN: 14547878


Copy number: J-244(1)

Binding: Sixteenth-century English blind-tooled calf, with two metal catches on the lower cover and remains of clasps. Triple fillets form a double frame. The inner rectangle consists of a frame made of a decorative roll with a foliate stamp at each corner and four of them together as a centre-piece; see Oldham, Blind-stamped Bindings, pl. xlii, roll no. 675 (London).

Size: 160 × 108 × 43 mm.

Size of leaf: 150 × 100 mm.

Extensively annotated in a sixteenth-century English hand. On the rear endleaf a manuscript epitaph of Charles VIII, king of France (1483-98), in the same hand.

Provenance: Johannes Malatus (sixteenth century); inscription on the front endleaf: ‘Liber Johanis Malati', a modern hand has added: ‘of Axmonth Devon'. Purchased in 1951 from McLeish.

SHELFMARK: Inc. f. F2.3.

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