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Bod-Inc: P-178

Petrucius, Fredericus

Disputationes, quaestiones et consilia.


Analysis of Content

[a1r] [Table of contents.] ‘Tabula super disputationibus, questionibus et consiliis.’

[b1r] [Petrucius] de Senis, Fredericus: Disputationes, quaestiones et consilia. Incipit: ‘[D]omini nostri Ihesu Christi nomine eiusque matris sanctissime Marie uirginis gloriose suffragus(!) inuocatis. Incipiunt questiones disputate consilia reddita . . .’ Explicit: ex graui de usuris Includes responses by: Jacobus de Pistorio; Grisolus de Monte Politiano; Jacobus de Sancto Miniaco; Johannes Pagliarensis; Ricardus Malumbra; Lapus de Florentia, Abbot of S. Miniatus Florence; Michael, Abbot of Poggibonsi; Johannes Andreae; Rainerius de Monte Ubiano, doctor of laws; Petrus de Palude; Lamfredus; Johannes de Regio; Conradus; Johannes de Camino; Nerius Palariensis [i.e. Pagliaresi]; Nicolaus de Urbeve; Conradus de Stradella; Michael de Florentia; Alexander de Perusio; Franciscus de Monte Altivo; Paulus de Leazariis; Petrus; Hermannucius; Jacobus de Appi[ ]. See Schulte II 238 no. 9; Coing, Privatrechtsgeschichte, 379.


Imprint: Rome: Adam Rot, 25 June 1472. Folio.


Collation: [a–m10 n8 o–z10 A6 B8].


ISTC: ip00423000

Hain: H *12842;

Goff: Goff P‑423;


Proctor: Pr 3435;

Others: BSB‑Ink P‑292; CIBN P‑199; Sheppard 2751.

LCN: 14488478


Copy number: P-178(1)

Bound with D‑064; see there for details of binding and acquisition.

Size of leaf: 383 × 268 mm.

Wanting the blank leaf [B8].

Early manuscript signatures. Some early marginal annotations, including extraction of key words, ‘nota' marks, and pointing hands, also underlining in the text in black ink. Occasional early running book numbers.

On [b1r] an eight-line Italian (Milanese?) initial ‘D' is supplied in maroon, pink, and blue with white pen-work decoration, on a ground of gold and reserved white, with the body of the letter decorated in red, green, and black, and with foliate extensions into the margins in maroon, blue, green, and gold, and with gold dots: see Pächt and Alexander II, 114 no. pr. 129; other two- to four-line initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q 1.32(1).

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