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Bod-Inc: S-059

Sancto Georgio, Johannes Antonius de

Lectura super titulo De Appellationibus.


Analysis of Content

A1r ‘Rubrice'.

a2r Sancto Georgio, Johannes Antonius de: Lectura super titulo De Appellationibus. Incipit: ‘[I]sta rubrica continuari potest secundum Gof[fredum de Trano]. ad precedentes hoc ordine . . .’ See S‑058.

q5r Martialis, Marcus Valerius: [Epigr. 4.89.] Mart. The author concludes his work with a quotation from Martial.


Imprint: Pavia: Antonius de Carcano, 24 Dec. 1488. Folio.


Collation: A8 B4 a–p8 q6.


ISTC: is00141000

Hain: HC *7594;

Goff: Goff S‑141;


Proctor: Pr 7060;

Others: BSB‑Ink S‑78; Oates 2642; Rhodes 1553; Sack, Freiburg, 3160; Sheppard 5828.

LCN: 14428348


Copy number: S-059(1)

Wanting gatherings A and B (10 leaves) containing the table of rubrics, supplied in manuscript in a contemporary hand on 24 leaves.

Binding: Contemporary wooden boards, the leather covering the spine removed and now exposing the sewing and the bands; remains of the leather inside the covers; clasps and catches lost. ‘PPius(?) de appel(ationibus)' in brown ink at the tail of the upper cover.

Size: 420 × 285 × 50 mm.

Size of leaf: 407 × 282 mm.

‘N 498' in brown ink on the verso of the front endleaf, probably the shelfmark of the Augustinian Hermits' house in Munich. Marginal notes, mainly extraction of key words, structuring of the text, and corrections, in an early hand, probably Augustinian. On the verso of the rear endleaf a list of incipits, also in the same hand.

On the first folio supplied in manuscript a three-line initial ‘I' is supplied in blue with white acanthus-leaf decoration on a square ground supplied in gold with punch-dotting; floral and foliate extensions in green, blue, pink, and gold dots extend from the initial into the margin. Other initials are supplied in red.

Provenance: Munich, Augustinian Hermits, SS. Johannes Baptista et Evangelista; engraved book-plate: ‘Ad Bibliothecam Conuentus Monacensis Ord. Erem. S. P. Aug.' (Warnecke 1358); also inscription in a sixteenth-century hand on folio 1: ‘Ad conuentum Monacense(m) ord(inis) Ere(mitani) S(ancti) Augustini'. Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; Munich shelfmark in pencil, ‘Inc. Typ. No. 2741', and ‘Duplum' in brown ink on the front pastedown. Purchased on 28 Mar. 1892 from Caspar Haugg, Catalogue 123, no. 200, for 9 Marks; see Library Bills.

SHELFMARK: Inc. b. I23.1488.1.

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