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Bod-Inc: R-037

Regiomontanus, Johannes

Calendarium [Italian] Calendario.


Analysis of Content

[a1r] [Verse with colophon.] Incipit: ‘[Q]uesta opra da ogni parte e un libro doro | Non fu piu preciosa gemma mai'; rime ‘abba abba cd cd cd dee' sonnet.

[a2r] Regiomontanus, Johannes: [Calendarium.] As R‑033. Each month is preceded by a table containing concordances(?) for the years 1475, 1494, and 1513.

[b5v] ‘La tabula di paesi'.

[b6r] [Diagrams showing the eclipse of the moon and the sun in the period running from 1475 to 1530.]

[b11r] ‘Lo instrumento de le hore inaequale'.

[b12v] ‘Lo instrumento del vero moto de la luna'.

[c1r] ‘Del numero aureo'.

[c1r] ‘De la littera dominical'.

[c1v] ‘Del interuallo et feste mobile'.

[c2r] ‘La tabula de le feste mobile'.

[c3r] ‘De le coniunctione et oppositione de li luminari'.

[c4r] ‘De li eclipsi di luminari'.

[c4v] ‘Del loco vero del sole'.

[c4v] ‘La tabula del sole'.

[c5r] ‘Del loco vero de la luna'.

[c5v] ‘La tabula de le radice de la luna'.

[c6r] [On bloodletting.]

[c6v] ‘De la grandeza del giorno'.

[c7r] ‘La tabula de la quantitade de li giorni'.

[c8r] ‘Del horologio orizontale'.

[c9r] ‘De la noticia de le hore equinoctial'.

[c10r] ‘De le hore temporale'.

[c11r] ‘El quadrante del horologio horizontale'.

[c12v] ‘El quadrato generale de le hore'.


Imprint: Venice: Bernhard Maler (Pictor), Erhard Ratdolt, Peter Löslein, 1476. 4°.


Collation: [a8 b c12], not as BMC.

Illustrations: Woodcut borders, initials, and diagrams.


ISTC: ir00103000

Hain: HC 13789;

Goff: Goff R‑103;

BMC: BMC V 243;

Proctor: Pr 4366;

Others: BSB‑Ink R‑77; CIBN R‑69; Essling 248; Redgrave 2; Sander 6401; Sheppard 3531.

LCN: 14062535


Copy number: R-037(1)

Wanting [b5-10] and [c11,12].

Binding: Nineteenth-century brown paper boards. Title gold-tooled on a rectagular red leather label along the spine.

Size: 288 × 210 × 10 mm.

Size of leaf: 280 × 207 mm.

Provenance: Francis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate. Bequeathed in 1834.

SHELFMARK: Douce 207.

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