Praeceptorium divinae legis, sive Expositio decalogi.
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[a2r] [Tabula alphabetica.]
[c7v] [List of contents.]
[d1r] Nider, Johannes: Praeceptorium divinae legis, sive Expositio decalogi. ‘Prologus'.’ Incipit: ‘[D]ecalogi legem sacratissimam primum diuinitus prothoplastorum . . .’
[d1r] Nider, Johannes: Praeceptorium divinae legis, sive Expositio decalogi. Incipit: ‘[S]unt igitur tria principaliter prenotanda preceptorum preambula . . .’ Explicit: donec intrem in gaudium domini, qui es . . .amen’ See N‑090.
Imprint: Strasbourg: Georg Husner, 13 Feb. 1476. Folio.
Collation: [a12 b10 c8 d–q10 r12 s–z A–K10].
Hain: H *11790;
Goff: Goff N‑200;
BMC: BMC I 84;
Proctor: Pr 347;
Others: BSB‑Ink N‑163; CIBN N‑128; Oates 145; Rhodes 1247; Sack, Freiburg, 2586; Sheppard 291.
Copy number: N-094(1)
Wanting the blank leaf [a1].
Binding: Nineteenth-century calf with blind-tooled fillets; bound for the Bodleian Library; green-edged leaves. Remains of a seventeenth-century paper label with manuscript title are pasted onto front pastedown.
Size: 283 × 220 × 55 mm.
Size of leaf: 275 × 194 mm.
A few marginal notes, mainly extracting key words and ‘nota' and ‘exm’ marks, in an early German hand.
On [d1r] two four-line initials ‘D' and ‘S' are supplied respectively in green and orange with yellow acanthus-leaf decoration, within a red pen-work ground. Other initials, paragraph marks, and underlining of chapter headings are supplied in red; capital strokes in red.
Provenance: Andreas Kölbel (fl. 1603); inscription on [a2r]: ‘And. Khölbl Praedicator Ao 1603'. Deggendorf, Bavaria, Capuchins, S. Michael Arcangel; inscription on [a2r]: ‘FF Capuccinorum Thegopagi'. Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; ‘2253' in pencil on rear endleaf; ‘Inc. 2253' in brown ink and ‘165' in pencil on a slip of paper. Acquired between 1847 and c.1892, probably in 1850; not in Catalogus (1843) with Appendix.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 5Q 3.18.
Copy number: N-094(2)
Bound in a modern guardbook of printed fragments.
Fragments of leaves [p6] and [p8] only.
Binding: Bound in a nineteenth-century guardbook of fragments.
Size: 305 × 234 × 60 mm.
Size of fragments: 64 × 170 mm; 52 × 115 mm.
Provenance: formerly in the binding of Opp. 4º 43 [not an incunable], according to a pencil note. David Oppenheimer (1664-1736); shelfmark.
SHELFMARK: Antiq. c.X.8(44(1,2)).
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