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Bod-Inc: N-050

Nicolaus de Hanapis

Exempla sacrae scripturae ex utroque Testamento collecta. Version B.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a2r [Nicolaus de Hanapis]: Exempla sacrae Scripturae ex utroque Testamento collecta. Version B. Incipit: ‘  “[P]recepit Dominus Ade dicens, ex omni ligno paradisi comedes” Genesis ii [Gn 2,16.] . . .’ Explicit: a paulo dicebantur See N‑046.

n6v [Colophon.]

n7r [Alphabetical list of subject headings.]


Imprint: Paris: Pierre Levet, for himself and Michel le Noir, [between 1494 and 1499]. 8°.

Remarks: To be dated after Goff N‑108 from the state of the type (CIBN); Le Noir's device appears in a copy recorded by IGI.


Collation: a–n8.

Types: Types: 100 G, title; 65 G. Capital space on a2r.

Leaves: 104 leaves.

Line number: 31 lines (a2r).

Type area: Type area: 101 ×64 mm. (a2r).

Remarks: Leaf a1r, title: ‘Exempla ſacre ſcripture'; a2r: ‘Incipiunt exempla ſacre ſcripture ex vtroqƺ te | ſtamento ſecūdum ordinē littera collecta: et pr | imo de abſtinentia. | [P]Recepit dn̄s ade dicēs: ex omni ligno | paradiſi comedes . . .'; n6v, colophon: ‘Exempla ſacre ſcripture ex veteri [et] nouo teſta | mento collecta: ſecundum ordinē litterarū finiū | tur feliciter. Impreſſaqƺ pariſius ſuburbijs ſācti | germani de pratis per Petrū Leuet'; n7r: ‘Rubrice huius libelli videlicet | exemplorum biblie.'; n8r, col. 2, l. 21: ‘Finit breuis tabula ſe | cundum ordinē alpha | beti feliciter'.


ISTC: in00108500

Proctor: Pr 8089;

Others: CIBN N‑59; IGI 6813; Oates 3002; Sheppard 6284-5.

LCN: 14509032


Copy number: N-050(1)

Bound with A‑446; see there for details of the binding and acquisition.

Size of leaf: 135 × 90 mm.

Occasional marginal notes, extracting key words, in an early hand.

Provenance: Johannes Bill[ ] (sixteenth century); cancelled inscription on n8v: ‘Ad usum fratris Johannis Bill[ ] [ ] dom[ ] sancti Blasii a[ ]'. Johannes Hulpeau (fl. 1611); inscription on n8v: ‘Ad vsum fratris Joannis Hulpeau professi Guillelmitani 16011 [1611]'. Inscription on the same leaf: ‘Datum est f. Anthonio Bego[ ]'. Sir Robert Alexander Chermside (1787-1860); armorial book-plate.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 6.48(4).

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