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Ludovicus de Prussia

Trilogium anime (ed. Nikolaus Glasberger).


Analysis of Content

Aa1r [Title-page.]

Aa2r Paulinus de Lemberg: [Letter addressed to] Nikolaus Glasberger. Incipit: ‘Venerabilis pater salutem et sinceram in domino charitatem. Vestram quam habetis diligentiam . . .’ Dated Brünn, 10 Feb. 1496.

Aa2r Glasberger, Nikolaus: [Letter addressed to] Paulinus de Lemberg, Observant franciscan, olim provincialis vicarius Bohemie. Incipit: ‘Venerabili patri Paulino ac vere obseruantie alumno sancti Bernardini . . .’ Dated Nuremberg 20 Feb. 1498.

Aa3r [Table of contents, parts I–III.]

Aa4v [Table of contents, parts I–III, in alphabetical order.]

Ee4r [Table of contents, prologue, in alphabetical order.]

Ff1r Ludovicus de Prussia: Trilogium animae. Edited by Nikolaus Glasberger. [Prologue.] Incipit: ‘[T]ria constat esse in anima potentias . . .’ See P. Minges, ‘Das Trilogium animae des L. v. Preussen', Franziskanische Studien, 1 (1914), 291-311; VL V 1030-3.

Ff4r Ludovicus de Prussia: Trilogium animae. [Summary of part I.] Incipit: ‘[D]iuinus inquit Dyoni in libro de celesti ierarchia . . .’

A1r Ludovicus de Prussia: Trilogium animae. ‘De beatitudine, dignitate et nobilitate anime. Capitulum primum. Incipit: ‘[D]eus omnipotens in se sufficientissimus . . .’


Imprint: Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 6 Mar. 1498. 4°.


Collation: Aa–Dd8 Ee4 Ff A–Z a–p8 q6.

Illustrations: Woodcuts.


ISTC: il00379000

Hain: HC *10315;

Goff: Goff L‑379;

BMC: BMC II 444;

Proctor: Pr 2119;

Others: BSB‑Ink L‑276; CIBN L‑293; Hillard 1257; Oates 1049-50; Rhodes 1125; Sack, Freiburg, 2291; Schreiber V 4555; Sheppard 1552.

LCN: 14476715


Copy number: L-200(1)

Binding: Seventeenth-century blind-tooled (fillets only) calf for the Bodleian Library, stamped with the arms of Thomas Sackville: quarterly, or and gules, over all a bend vair; surrounded by the Garter. Gold stamp of the Bodleian Library on both covers. Formerly chained: staple-marks of a hasp at tail of upper cover. With remains of azure strings and azure-edged leaves. ‘38' in black ink at the head of fore-edge and in white at the head of the spine.

Size: 220 × 180 × 60 mm.

Size of leaf: 216 × 160 mm.

On Aa1r author's name and shelfmark in a seventeenth/eighteenth-century hand.

Provenance: The copy mentioned in the Benefactors' Register, I 2, purchased with money given in 1600 by Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst (1536-1608); see James, Catalogus (1605), 144; Jensen, ‘Benefactors' Register', no. 1.

Former Bodleian shelfmarks: T 6. 7 Th.; AA 38 Th.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 5.26.

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