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Bod-Inc: N-063

Nicolaus de Lyra

Quaestiones disputatae contra Judeos.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page, with the name of the printer.]

a2r Nicolaus de Lyra: Quaestiones disputatae contra Judeos. [Also known as Contra perfidiam Judaeorum; Pulcherrime questiones Judaicam perfidiam in catholica fide improbantes and Probatio adventus Christi.] Incipit: ‘[P]rimo queritur vtrum ex scripturis receptis a Judeis possit efficaciter . . .’ Explicit: ad vomitum reuertuntur See Stegmüller, Repertorium biblicum, 5982, and Labrosse, ‘Œuvres', 177-82, who lists alternative titles at 177 and this edition at 178.


Imprint: [Paris]: Georg Mittelhus, [between 1497 and 1500]. 8°.

Remarks: As dated by CIBN; Sheppard dates [c.1500], Hillard [between 1494 and 1500].


Collation: a–c8 d4.


ISTC: in00147500

Hain: C 3724;

Goff: Goff N‑114;

Proctor: Pr 8120;

Others: CIBN N‑80; Gosselin 415, no. 112; Hillard 1442; Oates 3020; Polain 2817; Sheppard 6340.

LCN: 14465802


Copy number: N-063(1)

Bound with:
1. Bernardus Basin, De artibus magicis. Paris: Gaspard Philippe, for Denis Roce, 5 July 1506;
2. Secundum legem debet mori Johannis decimonono. Paris: Antoine Bonnemere, for Denis Roce, [c.1505];
3. Jacobus Lupi, Tractatus fructus sacramenti cum figura de divisione virtutis. Paris: Gaspard Philippe, for Denis Roce, 2 Apr. 1502;
5. Guillelmus Postellus Barentonius, De Foenicum literis. Paris; Vivant Gaulterot, 1552;
6. Johannes Nider, Consolatorium timoratae conscientiae. [Paris: Félix Baligault,] for Jacques Moerart and for Jean Petit, [between 24 Apr. and 2 Oct. 1500] (N‑072).

Binding: Seventeenth-century (after 1620) English parchment, with two ties lost. Items 5 and 6 appear in James, Catalogus (1620) under separate shelfmarks (item 5: 8o P 11 Art; item 6: 8o N 20 Th.). Manuscript shelfmark along the fore-edge.

Size: 135 × 95 × 33 mm.

Size of leaf: 127 × 88 mm.

Provenance: Acquired by 1605: see James, Catalogus (1605), 29.

SHELFMARK: 8° B 27(4) Th.

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