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Bod-Inc: R-096

Rolandinus de Passageriis

Flos testamentorum cum additionibus Petri de Unzola.


Analysis of Content

[*1r] [Title-page.]

[*1v] ‘Rubrice'.

[*2v] [Explicit.]

a1r [Verse.] Incipit: ‘Hunc auide florem spirantem thuris odorem | Si carpis dextra flagrabis intus et extra'; 2 lines of verse. See R‑095.

a1r Rolandinus de Passageriis: Flos testamentorum. Incipit: ‘[Q]uamuis in cuiuslibet humani operis artificio . . .’

a1r [Petrus de Unzola]: ‘Additio'. Incipit: ‘Mors omnia soluit . . .’ The additions of Petrus de Unzola follow each section of the text. See R‑095.


Imprint: [Venice: n. pr., c.1490]. 4°.


Collation: [*2] a–f8.4 g8.


ISTC: ir00243500

Hain: HC *12094;

BMC: BMC V 592;

Proctor: Pr 5691;

Others: BSB‑Ink R‑219; Sheppard 4757.

LCN: 14027064


Copy number: R-096(1)

Leaf [*1r], (title): ‘flos Teſtamentorum', not as BMC.

Binding: Eighteenth-century marbled paper boards; the spine covered with parchment, with faded manuscript title running along it. ‘528' (shelfmark number) in black ink in the lower left-hand corner of the upper cover.

Size: 213 × 155 × 13 mm.

Size of leaf: 205 × 147 mm.

‘2524' in light brown ink on the front endleaf. Marginal notes, mainly extracting key words and structuring the text, and ‘nota' marks in a sixteenth-century Italian humanist hand in brown ink. Manuscript foliation 1-44 in the same hand.

Provenance: Thomas Rawlinson (1681-1725); sale (13 Nov. 1732), lot. 1800; see lozenge-shaped paper label on the upper left-hand corner of the upper cover; ‘C & P' on the front pastedown. Richard Rawlinson (1690-1755)(?). Presumably bequeathed by R. Rawlinson.

SHELFMARK: 4° Rawl. 528.

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