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Bod-Inc: S-114

Schueren, Gerardus de

Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teuthonista [German and Latin].

 

Analysis of Content

A1r Schueren, Gerardus de: Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teuthonista. ‘Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teuthonista vulgariter dicendo der duytschlender . . .’ [Preface addressed to Johann I], Duke of Cleves. Incipit: ‘[L]icet eruditi uiri gramatice regularis minime sint ignari . . .’

A1r Schueren, Gerardus de: Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teuthonista [from German to Latin]. Incipit: ‘[A] B C alphabetum Abel . . .’

a1r Schueren, Gerardus de: Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teuthonista. ‘Prologus'. Incipit: ‘[P]ostquam ob cuiusdam venerabilis doctique prelati instanciam . . .’

a1v Schueren, Gerardus de: Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teuthonista [from Latin to German]. Incipit: ‘[A]lma eyne verborghene ionffer . . .’

v1v [Colophon.]

v2r Schueren, Gerardus de: Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teuthonista. ‘Termini Grecorum'. Incipit: ‘[A]bdomen Grece pinguedo carnis Latine . . .’

x1r Schueren, Gerardus de: Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teuthonista. ‘Libellus de partibus indeclinabilibus'. Incipit: ‘[A]uel ab abs ex e dic uerbum significare . . .’ NO EDITION

Imprint

Imprint: Cologne: Arnold Ther Hoernen, 31 May 1477. Folio.

Collation

Collation: A10 B10+1 C–V a–s10 t8 v6 x10.

References

ISTC: is00330500

Hain: HC 14513;

Goff: Goff S‑312;

BMC: BMC I 206;

Proctor: Pr 940-1;

Others: Sheppard 738; Voulliéme, Köln, 448.

LCN: 14052608

Copies

Copy number: S-114(1)

Wanting f3.

Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled calf; bound for the Bodleian Library. Parchment index tab on a1.

Size: 298 × 225 × 75 mm.

Size of leaf: 285 × 200 mm.

Extensively annotated in a sixteenth-century Dutch hand in brown ink; mostly additional terms in Dutch and Latin, with explanations, extracted from other sources, among which the ‘Auctor gemmae'.

Principal initials on A1r and a1r-v are supplied in interlocked red and blue or blue with reserved white decoration, with red pen-work decoration extending into the margins (Netherlandish?). Other initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red.

Provenance: Francis Junius (1589-1677); see SC 5133. Bequeathed by Junius in 1677.

SHELFMARK: MS. Junius 21.


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