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Bod-Inc: L-074

Leonardus Matthaei de Utino

Sermones quadragesimales de legibus.


Analysis of Content

[a1v] [List of sermons.]

[a2r] Leonardus [Matthaei] de Utino: Sermones quadragesimales de legibus. ‘Sermo primus de peccato gule.’ Incipit: ‘  “[L]aua”. Mathei 6 cap. [Mt 6,17] Hodie anima fidelis . . .’ See L‑073.


Imprint: [Cologne: Conrad Winters, de Homborch, not after 1475]. Folio.

Remarks: The rubricator's date appears in the Munich copy.


Collation: [a b10 c8 d–m10 n o8 p6 q–s10 t–x8 y z A–C10 D E6 F–K10 L6].


ISTC: il00144000

Hain: H *16116;

Goff: Goff L‑144;}

Proctor: Pr 1179;

Others: BSB‑Ink L‑121; CIBN L‑136; Hillard 1219; Sheppard 884; Voulliéme, Köln, 744.

LCN: 14549889


Copy number: L-074(1)

Gathering [z] is misbound before gathering [y].

Binding: Contemporary blind-tooled, fillets only, quarter pigskin over wooden boards, with yellow-edged leaves and leather index tabs. Manuscript title along the lower edge. ‘[ ] 37' and ‘365' in brown ink at the head of the spine; ‘Co.' on square paper label at tail of the spine; ‘3688' in pencil on rectangular paper label at the head of the spine. Strips from a late medieval noted manuscript, on parchment, visible in the binding.

Size: 410 × 295 × 100 mm.

Size of leaf: 397 × 289 mm.

Marginal notes, mainly extracting key words, and pointing hands in an early German hand. Two small contemporary manuscript fragments, in German and Latin, used as bookmarks, inserted in the book.

Initials, some with reserved white decoration, paragraph marks, running headings, and sermon numbers are supplied in red; capital strokes in red.

Provenance: Amberg, Bavaria, Franciscans, S. Bernardinus Senensis; inscription on [a2r]: ‘Ad Bibliothecam PP. Francisc. Amberge' and, on the upper edge, a circular stamp: a cross, the stem prolonged to form A, flanked by S. B. Remains of a paper bookmark bearing a number in black ink similar to those found in duplicates from the Royal Library, Munich, may suggest such a provenance. Date of acquisition unknown; no indication given by the shelfmark.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 5Q inf. 1.9.

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