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Bod-Inc: P-127

Perottus, Nicolaus

Rudimenta grammatices.


Analysis of Content

a1v ‘Prefatio in regulas grammaticales Nicolai Perotti viri doctissimi atque eloquentissimi.’ Incipit: ‘[L]icet mihi in alieno opere exordiri atque prefari . . .’

a2r Perottus, Nicolaus: Rudimenta grammatices [dedicated to] Pyrrhus Perottus. Incipit: ‘[D]a litteras. A.b.c . . .’ See P‑110; on this edition see Milde, ‘Zur Druckhäufigkeit', 38 no. 74. To the lists of Latin words English glosses have been added; it also contains several passages in Latin with English translations; see C. Blackwell, ‘Niccolò Perotti in England - Part I: John Anwykyll, Bernard André, John Colet and Luis Vives', Res Publica Literarum, 5.1 (1982), 13-28, at 15-16.

q4r Perottus, Nicolaus: Oratio pro serenissimi Romanorum regis domini Frederici iocunda receptione ex parte comunis Bononiensis. Incipit: ‘[S]i qua fides veri preferri maxime Cesar | Temporibus possunt secula nulla tuis'; 3 elegiac distichs; incipit: ‘Libuit enim mihi in tanta omnium expectatione in hoc clarissimorum virorum conuentu . . .’

q6r Perottus, Nicolaus: ‘Versus Nicolai Perotti cum post orationem prescriptam imperator eum lauro coronasset.’ Incipit: ‘Cinxisti viridi Cesar mea tempora lauro | Ecce meas ornat sacra corona comas'; 4 elegiac distichs. A. G. Luciani, ‘Gli epigrammi del Perotti', Res Publica Litterarum, 11 (1988), 183-98, at 190.


Imprint: [Louvain]: Aegidius van der Heerstraten, [between 1485 and 19 Apr. 1486]. 4°.


Collation: a–o8 p q6.


ISTC: ip00321600

Hain: C 4679;

Proctor: Pr 9304;

Others: Campbell 1380; Duff 346; HPT I 62, II 439; ILC 1733; Oates 3817; Sheppard 7156-7; STC 19767.7.

LCN: 14493876


Copy number: P-127(1)

Bound with A‑039; see there for details of binding and provenance.

Size of leaf: 200 × 138 mm.

SHELFMARK: Arch. G e.6(3).

Copy number: P-127(2)

Bound in a modern guard-book of fragments.

A fragment consisting of i4.5 and l1.8.

Size of fragments: 207 × 140 mm.

Provenance: John Parkes (fifteenth/sixteenth century); inscription on l1r in an early English hand: ‘John Parkes book'. Date of acquisition unknown.

SHELFMARK: Inc. c. N97.1(9).

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