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Bod-Inc: P-272

Philelphus, Franciscus

Mediolanensia convivia duo.


Analysis of Content

A1r ‘Errores notati in toto uolumine'.

A4r Marlianus, Johannes Franciscus: [Letter addressed to] Franciscus Philelphus. Incipit: ‘[C]upio iamdiu ut nosti Francisce mi . . .’ Dated Pavia, 1 Aug. 1477.

a1r Justinianus, Leonardus: [Letter addressed to] Franciscus Philelphus. Incipit: ‘[M]isisti nuper ad me optatum . . .’ Dated Venice, 28 Dec. 1444.

a1v Philelphus, Franciscus: Mediolanensia convivia duo [dedicated to] Thomas Thebaldus. Incipit: ‘[C]um grauioribus in artibus atque disciplinis graecorum ingenium . . .’ Explicit: discessum est


Imprint: [Milan: Simon Magniagus, 1483-4]. 4°.

Remarks: Pr assigns to [Casal di San Vaso: Antonius de Corsiono, not before 1477].


Collation: A4 a–l8 m4.


ISTC: ip00605000

Hain: HC (+ Addenda) 12956;

Goff: Goff P‑605;

BMC: BMC VI 760;

Proctor: Pr 7268;

Others: BSB‑Ink P‑424; CIBN P‑321; Hillard 1601; Oates 2296-8; not in Sheppard.

LCN: 14387407


Copy number: P-272(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled (fillets only) red morocco, with marbled pastedowns and green bookmark.

Size: 205 × 150 × 16 mm.

Size of leaf: 199 × 142 mm.

‘2584' in black ink on front endleaf. Occasional early ‘nota' marks in black ink.

Provenance: Ingram Bywater (1840-1914); Elenchus, no. 2470c; perhaps purchased from Chrétien in Nov. 1911, no. 3837 for 125 Francs. Bequeathed in 1914.

SHELFMARK: Byw. R 1.18.

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