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Bod-Inc: P-057

Paulus Pergolensis

Compendium logicae, et al. (ed. Jacobus Sentinus).


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a1v Paulus Pergolensis: Compendium logicae. [Edited by Jacobus Sentinus.] Paul of Pergula, Logica and Tractatus de sensu composito et diviso, ed. M. A. Brown, Franciscan Institute Publications. Text series, 13 (St Bonaventure, NY, 1961), 1-148. For Jacobus Sentinus as editor see BMC.

f2r Paulus Pergolensis: De sensu composito et diviso. ‘Breui et vtilis noua ac solerti castigatione longe in melius redacta'. Paul of Pergula, Logica and Tractatus de sensu composito et diviso, ed. Brown, 149-58.


Imprint: Venice: Petrus de Quarengiis, Bergomensis, 25 July 1498. 4°.


Collation: a–e8 f4.

Illustrations: Woodcuts and diagrams.


ISTC: ip00196000

Hain: HC *12627;

Goff: Goff P‑196;

BMC: BMC V 513;

Proctor: Pr 5484;

Others: BSB‑Ink P‑92; CIBN P‑67; Oates 2133; Sander 5477; Sheppard 4454.

LCN: 14443953


Copy number: P-057(1)

Bound with:
1. Logica et philosophia Algazelis Arabis. Venice: Petrus Liechtenstein, 1506;
2. Jacobus Ritius, Obiectiones et annotata super logica Pauli Veneti. Bologna: Benedictus Hector Bononiensis, 5 June 1504;
4. Hieronymus Savonarola, Logica. [N. pl.: n. pr., n. d.];
5. Nicolaus de Orbellis, Logica. Venice: Lazarus de Soardis, 20 Nov. 1516;
6. Melchior Zoppius, Sermones analytici. Bologna: Alexander Benatius, 1589.

Binding: Sixteenth-century English calf, stamped with the badge of Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland. Remains of ties; red-edged leaves. Formerly chained: staple-marks of a hasp at head of upper cover. Original pastedowns, consisting of fourteenth-century(?) manuscript on parchment, partially visible.

Size: 215 × 163 × 60 mm.

Size of leaf: 208 × 147 mm.

Provenance: Acquired by 1605: see James, Catalogus (1605), 374. Possibly the copy mentioned in the Benefactors' Register I 57, purchased with money given in 1603 by Henry Percy, 9th Earl of Northumberland.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: A 3.8 Art.

SHELFMARK: C 4.8(3) Linc.

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