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Bod-Inc: N-061

Nicolaus de Lyra

Praeceptorium divinae legis, et al.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a2r Nicolaus de Lyra [pseudo-; Henricus de Frimaria]: ‘Prologus' to Praeceptorium divinae legis. Incipit: ‘  “[A]udi Israel precepta Domini et ea in corde tuo quasi in libro scribe et dabo tibi terram fluentem lac et mel” Deuterono. sexto [cf. Dt 6,3]. In his verbis propositis spiritus sanctus circa diuina precepta tria tangit . . .’ Explicit: videbitur in processu See Labrosse, ‘Œuvres', 418-20, but with this edition apparently not listed.

a8r Nicolaus de Lyra [pseudo-; Henricus de Frimaria]: Praeceptorium divinae legis. [Also known as Tractatus de decem preceptis; Expositio decalogi.] Incipit: ‘[P]rimum preceptum appropriate respicit personam patris . . .’ Explicit: prestare dignetur eius . . .Amen

i9v [De decimis dandis.] Incipit: ‘Nota quod homo decimas omnia que habet libenter dare debet . . .’ Explicit: id est paradisum

i10r [Nicolaus de Lyra pseudo-; Albwinus de Säben-brixen]: Compendium de vita Antichristi. Incipit: ‘[C]irca statum et persecutionem antichristi notanda sunt quinque . . .’ Explicit: sexaginta diebus See N‑060.


Imprint: Paris: Antoine Caillaut, [1496-8]. 8°.

Remarks: As dated by Sheppard from the use of type 65 G.


Collation: a–h8 i12.


ISTC: in00140300

Proctor: Pr 7956A;

Others: Gosselin 419, no. 146; Polain 2835; Sheppard 6198.

LCN: 14468049


Copy number: N-061(1)

Binding: Sixteenth-century(?) parchment with two ties lost.

Size: 143 × 103 × 12 mm.

Size of leaf: 138 × 95 mm.

Early notes on i12v and on the damaged front pastedown, which has been raised and then glued down again. Cropped early marginal annotations, apparently in the same hand as the notes on i12v, and including comments on the text, ‘nota' marks, and pointing hands; also underlining in the text in black ink.

Provenance: [ ] Maurellot (fl. c.1500); inscription on i12v: ‘De Maurellot'. Anatole Claudin; no. 98738; ticket attached to the recto of the front endleaf. Purchased from Claudin for 45 Francs; see Library Bills, 10 July 1900.

SHELFMARK: Inc. f. F1.3.

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