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Bod-Inc: P-405

Poeniteas Cito



Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a2r Johannes de Garlandia [pseudo-; Guilelmus de Montibus: Poeniteas cito.] ‘Penitentiarius magistri Iohannis de Garlandia'. Incipit: ‘[P]eniteas cito peccator cum sit miserator | Iudex, et sunt hec quinque tenenda tibi'; ends: ‘ruina. | Ut tibi pro meritis non modica gloria detur | Dat cor contritum confessio crimina pugnat. | Qui cui sit morbo medicina danda reuelat'. For references see P‑396.


Imprint: [Paris]: Antoine Caillaut, [c.1489]. 4°.

Remarks: As dated by CIBN; Sheppard dates [c.1492].


Collation: a4.


ISTC: im00768200

Hain: C 2645;


Proctor: Pr 7962;

Others: CIBN P‑500; Sheppard 6192.

LCN: 14829024


Copy number: P-405(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century quarter black morocco with marbled paper boards and pastedowns. ‘T 21' printed on a small rectangular paper label at head of the spine.

Size: 186 × 136 × 8 mm.

Size of leaf: 182 × 132 mm.

On the front endleaf a bibliographical note by F. Madan, dated 23 May 1903.

The device on a1r is painted in several colours. On a2r a two-line initial ‘P' is supplied in green within a square gold ground edged in red.

Provenance: Sir George Webbe Dasent (1817-1896). Oxford Archaeological and Heraldic Society; presented by Dasent in 1839; inscription on a label pasted on the front pastedown; inscription on the recto of the front endleaf: ‘Presented to the Oxford Archælogical and Heraldic Society by George Webbe Dasent. Dec. 1839'; stamp on a1v: ‘Oxford Architectural and Historical Society'. ‘L.1.11' (deleted), ‘C.1' and ‘E.1' on front pastedown. Sheppard records that this item was purchased on 14 Dec. 1904.

SHELFMARK: Inc. e. F1.6.

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