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Bod-Inc: S-366

Summenhart, Conradus

Tractatus bipartitus de Deo homine facto.


Analysis of Content

A1r [Title-page.] ‘Tractatus bipartitus in quo, quod deus homo fieri voluerit . . . conprobatur'.

A2r Summenhart, Conradus: Tractatus bipartitus de Deo homine facto. ‘Prologus'. Incipit: ‘  “[V]erbum caro factum est”  [Io 1,14]. Verbum hoc patres grauissimi uirique doctissimi . . .’

A4r Summenhart, Conradus: Tractatus bipartitus de Deo homine facto. ‘Preparatio ad testimoniorum productionem et quo ordine sit procedendum'. Incipit: ‘  “[V]erbum caro factum est”  . Loco et capitulo quibus supra . . .’ See VL IX 521-27, at 525.

K6v Bebelius Iustingensis, Henricus: ‘In huius opusculi nobilitatem elogium'. Incipit: ‘Candide si lector tanti nouisse libelli | Exoptas seriem demeritum que decus'; 12 elegiac distichs.

K6v Bebelius Iustingensis, Henricus: [Verse addressed to] Conradus Summenhart. ‘Saphicon cum adonico'. Incipit: ‘Sueuie laudes Sumenhart beatis | Ingeni donis cumulabis amplas'; 7 sapphic stanzas.

K7r [Bebelius Iustingensis, Henricus: Verse addressed to] the book. Incipit: ‘I liber et cunctis te te uenientibus ultro | Offer neu quisquam nesciat illud opus'; 2 elegiac distichs.


Imprint: [Tübingen: Johann Otmar, c.1498]. 4°.


Collation: A–K8.


ISTC: is00867000

Hain: HC *15181;

Goff: Goff S‑867;


Proctor: Pr 3238;

Others: BSB‑Ink B‑652; CIBN S‑507; Hillard 1913; Sack, Freiburg, 3314; Sheppard 2274.

LCN: 14008442


Copy number: S-366(1)

The title-page backed.

Binding: Nineteenth-century half blue morocco over blue cloth, the title gold-tooled along the spine; bound for the Bodleian Library, c.1886. Manuscript title along the lower edge.

Size: 205 × 145 × 17 mm.

Size of leaf: 197 × 130 mm.

‘2' in brown ink in the upper right-hand corner of A1r; ‘16' in pencil in the middle of the upper margin of the same leaf; ‘1431' in pencil on K8v, possibly a ‘Munich duplicate' number.

Provenance: Perhaps a duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; see above. Purchased from Caspar Haugg, Catalogue 78 (1885), no. 144, for 6 Marks; see Library Bills (1885), no. 381.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 7.19.

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