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Bod-Inc: J-269


Codex [with the Glossa ordinaria of Accursius] (ed. Andreas Rommel).


Analysis of Content

[a2r] [List of rubrics, in alphabetical order.] Incipit: ‘Abigeis . . . ’

[a4v] Rummel, Andreas: [Letter addressed to] Johann Sensenschmidt. Incipit: ‘Rogas me mi Joannes quam instantissime . . .’

[b1r] Codex (books i–ix). Edited by Andreas Rummel. See J‑268.

[b1r] Accursius: Glossa ordinaria. Incipit: ‘  “[I]n nomine domini”. Incipit a deo ut infra de officio prefecti . . .’

[n5v] ‘Constitutio Greca.’ Incipit: ‘[A]learum vsus antiqua res est et extra operas pugnatoribus concessa . . .’ Explicit: omnes penitus conquiescant. Inserted between books 3 and 4.


Imprint: Nuremberg: Johann Sensenschmidt and Andreas Frisner, 24 June 1475. Folio.


Collation: [a4 b–z A–R10 S12].

Illustrations: Woodcuts.


ISTC: ij00575000

GW: GW 7723;

Hain: H *9599;

Goff: Goff J‑575;

BMC: BMC II 406;

Proctor: Pr 2198;

Others: BSB‑Ink C‑561; Schramm XVIII p. 14; Schreiber V 4406; Sheppard 1405.

LCN: 14548734


Copy number: J-269(1)

Binding: Contemporary German blind-tooled half pigskin over wooden boards, renewed, with one metal clasp and remains of another. On the upper cover, quadruple fillets form a double frame. Within the outer frame, a repeated rectangular stag stamp. The inner strip contains a repeated lozenge-shaped lion stamp and floral stamp. On the lower cover, quadruple fillets form a frame. Diagonal quadruple fillets divide the inner rectangle into four triangular compartments, containing a repeated lozenge-shaped double-headed eagle stamp and the floral stamp.

Size: 418 × 284 × 105 mm.

Size of leaf: 403 × 272 mm.

Chapter headings in the margins of the rectos and marginal notes, mainly extracting key words, in an early hand. Manuscript foliation: 1-402.

Initials are supplied in red or blue. Paragraph marks are supplied in blue.

Provenance: Bamberg, Bavaria, Carmelites; inscription on [a2r]: ‘Carmeli Bambergensis'. Anonymous sale (London: Sotheby & Son, 21 June 1833), lot 695; purchased for £2. 0. 0; see Books Purchased (1833), 13.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: Auct. 2Q extra 2.4.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 3Q inf. 2.4.

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