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Bod-Inc: M-303

Molitoris, Ulricus

De lamiis et phitonicis mulieribus.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a2r Molitoris, Ulricus: [Introductory letter addressed to] Sigismundus, Archduke of Austria, Styria, and Carinthia. Incipit: ‘[E]xcellentissime princeps et domine domine archidux colendissime humilis Vlricus Molitoris . . .’ Explicit: discuciendas premisi See M‑301.

a2v ‘Capittula(!)'.

a3r Molitoris, Ulricus: De lamiis et phitonicis mulieribus. Incipit: ‘Sigismundus. Fidelis nobisque, dilecte doctor Vlrice, quoniam singulari fauore . . .’


Imprint: [Speier: Conrad Hist, c.1495]. 4°.

Remarks: As dated by Sheppard.


Collation: a b8 c d6.

Types: Types: 180 G, the first two lines of title, etc.; 80 G. Capital space on a2r.

Leaves: 28 leaves, the last blank.

Line number: 35 lines (a2v).

Type area: Type area: 139 ×84 mm (a2v).

Illustrations: 7 woodcuts: see Schramm XVI pls 614-20.

Remarks: Leaf a1r, title: ‘De Lamijs [et] phi - | tonicis mulieribus. | Theutonice Vnholden vel Hexen.'; a1v: [woodcut]; a2r: ‘Tractatus ad illuſtriſſi= | mum principem dn̄m Sigiſmundū archiducē auſtrie | Stirie carinthie. ⁊cc̄amp;#772;. de lanijs [et] phitonicis mulieribus | . . .'; d5v, l. 30: ‘ . . . ex Conſtan̄. anno dn̄i. M.cccc.lxxxix.die decima | Januarij. || Tue celſitudinis. humilis conſiliarius [et] ſeruulus | Vlric[us] molitoris de Conſtan̄. decreto doctor. ⁊cc̄amp;#772;'.


ISTC: im00796000

Goff: Goff M‑796;

BMC: (BMC III 860);

Proctor: Pr 2443;

Others: Engel–Stalla col. 1662; Schramm XVI p. 15 and pls 614-20; Schreiber V 4787; Sheppard 1754-5.

LCN: 14513763


Copy number: M-303(1)

Wanting the blank leaf d6.

Binding: Nineteenth-century(?) forel; green-edged leaves.

Size: 178 × 132 × 9 mm.

Size of leaf: 173 × 125 mm.

Occasional ‘nota' marks in red.

Partial rubrication in gathering a only: paragraph marks are supplied in red; capital strokes in red; underlining in red and green. Woodcuts coloured in red, brown, and green.

Provenance: Francis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate. Bequeathed in 1834.

SHELFMARK: Douce 30.

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