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Bod-Inc: P-007

Panciera da Prato, Ugo

Trattati [Italian].


Analysis of Content

[*1r] [Table of contents.] ‘Tauola di questo libro'.

a1r Panciera Da Prato, Ugo: Trattati. Incipit: ‘[G]listati nequali conuersano leuirtuose creature sono molti . . .’ Explicit: uirtuosa compagnia proueduti See Dionisio Pacetti, ‘I trattati spirituali di Ugo Panziera', Studi Francescani, 63 (1966), 3-41, with this edition referred to at 9, and at 10 as ed.1; Dionisio Pacetti, ‘La tradizione dei trattati spirituali di Ugo Panziera', Studi Francescani, 64 (1967), 30-77, with this edition listed at 34 as ed.1, and with the textual tradition noted at 60-1.


Imprint: Florence: Antonio di Bartolommeo Miscomini, 9 June 1492. 4°.

Remarks: For a variant, containing gathering n, which ‘ . . . appears to have been subsequently printed . . . and added to unsold copies' after the appearance of Goff P‑26, see BMC VI p. 682.


Collation: [*]2 a–l8 m4 n6.

Types: Type: 112 (109) R. Capital spaces, with guide-letters.

Leaves: 100 leaves, 3-100 numbered I–LXXXXVIII.

Line number: 27 lines (a2r).

Type area: Type area: 148 ×88 mm (a2r).


ISTC: ip00025000

Hain: HR (III p. 128, VI p. 189) 12302;

Goff: Goff P‑25;

Proctor: Pr 6157;

Others: Pacetti, ‘Tradizione dei trattati spirituali', 60-1; Sheppard 5116.

LCN: 14440855


Copy number: P-007(1)

Without gathering n (see above).

Binding: Eighteenth-century(?) quarter calf; gold-tooled spine and marbled paper boards.

Size: 215 × 145 × 21 mm.

Size of leaf: 207 × 127 mm.

Copious early marginal annotations, mainly in Latin, in a sixteenth-century humanist hand, including extraction of key words, pointing hands, and ‘nota' marks, also underlining in the text in red ink.

Two- and three-line initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red; capitals touched with red and yellow wash.

Provenance: Pietro-Antonio Bolongaro-Crevenna (1735-1792); printed label of the sale (1789), part I, lot 811; in the annotated catalogue marked down to P. den Hengst for Fl. 1. 10, with lots 809 and 810. Richard Heber (1773-1833); purchased for £0. 1. 0, according to the Bodleian's annotated sale catalogue; stamp, ‘Bibliotheca Heberiana' on the recto of the front endleaf; see Catalogue, 2 (1834), lot 4362, for £0. 1. 0. Alessandro, Count Mortara (†1855). Purchased from Count Mortara; see Alessandro Mortara, Biblioteca Italica, 1852, p. 63.

SHELFMARK: Mortara 793.

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