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Bod-Inc: O-003

Odaxius, Tiphis

La Macaronea.


Analysis of Content

Subject: literature

a1r [Odaxius], Tiphis [i.e. Michael]: [La Macaronea.] ‘Est auctor Tiphis, Leonicus atque Parenzus. Flora Leonicum retinet, Phrosina Tiphetum, sed mage communis stentat fornara Parenzum. Omnes auctores rufiani sive poete.’ Incipit: ‘Fortunam miseram et casum risibile certe | Et macharoneos scura presone [sic] sichatos ...’ a10v Explicit: ‘... Vulcanumque facit nigra sudare fusina. Finis.’ Ivano Paccagnella, Le Macaronee Padovane, tradizione e lingua, Medioevo e Umanesimo, 36 (Padua, 1979), 114-33.


Imprint: [Milan: Leonardus Pachel and Uldericus Scinzenzeler, c.1486-7]. 4°.

Secundo folio: Et cum aqua sancta bagnat orando fenestras


Collation: a10.


ISTC: io00022400

Hain: HC 11954;

BMC: BMC VI 753;

Proctor: Pr 5960;

Others: Paccagnella 147-9 (O1); Sheppard 4957.

LCN: 14539493


Copy number: O-003(1)

Bound with:
1. Antonius Thylesius, Poemata. Rome: Francesco Minizio Calvo, 1524;
2. Bartholomaeus Paganellus, Elegiarum libri tres. Modena: Dominicus Rocociolus, 7 Oct. 1489 (P‑002);
4. Proba, Carmina, sive Centones Vergilii. [Paris]: Guy Marchant, for himself and for Alexander Alyate, 3 Mar. 1499/1500 (P‑467(2)).

Binding: Eighteenth/nineteenth-century parchment, with the title gold-tooled on a rectangular red leather label at the head of the spine. Yellow-edged leaves. ‘80' in ink at the head of the spine.

Size: 202 × 145 × 20 mm.

Size of leaf: 198 × 137 mm.

Note in Heber's hand on front endleaf: ‘Same copy at Pinelli sale £1. 3. 0.'; ‘779(?)' in brown ink in the upper left-hand corner of the first leaf of item 1; on the same leaf, a circular stamp with ‘MD' in black ink.

Provenance: Maffeo Pinelli (1735-1785); see Morelli (1787), II 5572 (number in ink on the front pastedown), and sale (1789), lot 10474,5. John Fazakerley of Windsor(?) (b. 1757?); note by Heber on front endleaf: ‘Fazakerley's sale 0.1.6.'; his sale (9 Feb. 1801), lot 702. Purchased by Heber for £0. 1. 6, according to the price annotated in red ink in Heber's sale catalogue. Richard Heber (1773-1833); see Catalogue, 7 (1835), lot 6356, sold for £0. 10. 6. William Henry Miller (1789-1848); Britwell Court library. Samuel Christie-Miller (formerly Christy) (1810-1889). Wakefield Christie-Miller (formerly Christy) (†1898). Sydney Richardson Christie-Miller (1874-1931); sale (Sotheby, 3 Aug. 1917), lot 1082. John Hodgkin (†1930). Bequeathed by Hodgkin, and received in 1931; see Craster 278; book-label.

SHELFMARK: Inc. e. X1(3).

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