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Bod-Inc: P-428

Polo, Marco

De consuetudinibus et conditionibus orientalium regionum [Latin].


Analysis of Content

a1r Pipinus de Bononia, Franciscus: ‘Prologus'. G. Zaccagnini, ‘Francesco Pipino traduttore del “Milione”, cronista e viaggiatore in Oriente nel secolo XIV', Atti e memorie della R. Deputazione di Storia patria dell'Emilia e Romagna, ser. 5, vol. 1 (1936), 61-95; Marco Polo, Il Milione, ed. R. M. Ruggieri, Biblioteca dell'"Archivum Romanicum”, 200 (Florence, 1986), 61-70; see Kaeppeli I 392-95 no. 1114.

a1v [List of contents.]

a3r Polo, Marco: De consuetudinibus et conditionibus orientalium regionum. Translated from the Italian by Francesco Pipino. Incipit: ‘[T]empore quo Balduinus princeps sceptrum Constantinopolitani imperii gubernabat . . .’ Explicit: prouincias deferuntur


Imprint: [Gouda: Gerard Leeu, between 1483 and 11 June 1484]. 4°.

Remarks: As dated in HPT. Often found with Ludolphus de Suchen (Goff L‑364) and Sir John Mandeville (Goff M‑160).


Collation: a–h8 i4 k6.


ISTC: ip00902000

Hain: HC 13244;

Goff: Goff P‑902;


Proctor: Pr 8936;

Others: Amelung, ‘Niederländische Inkunabeln', 54; Boekdrukkunst (1973), 129a; CIBN P‑554; HPT II 418; ILC 1790; Oates 3409; Rhodes 1456; Sheppard 6911. Microfiche: Unit 6: Image of the World, Travellers' Tales.

LCN: 14086437


Copy number: P-428(1)

Bound with L‑193; see there for details of binding, notes, and provenance.

Size of leaf: 201 × 135 mm.

SHELFMARK: 4o B 62(3) Jur.

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