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Bod-Inc: T-017

Tegliatius, Stephanus

Sermo contra Turcorum persecutionem.


Analysis of Content

[a1r] [Tegliatius], Stephanus: Sermo contra Turcorum persecutionem. ‘Stephani archiepiscopi Antibarensis sermo habitus in materia fidei contra Turcorum prosecutionem ex solemnitate gloriosi apostoli et euangeliste Johannis.’ Incipit: ‘Qui timet deum faciet bona. Quamquam mihi semper, Beatissime Pater, diuini sermonis explicatio . . .’ This speech was delivered in Rome, church of the Lateran, in ‘1481', as stated in the colophon. On the author's other tracts against the Turks see K. M. Setton, The Papacy and the Levant (1204-1571), 4 vols (Philadelphia, PA, 1976-84), II 525-6; at 525 note 85 it is stated that the sermon contra Turcos was delivered by the author at the tenth session of the Fifth Lateran Council, on 4 May, 1515, however Tegliatius died in 1514.

[a4r] [Colophon.] ‘Habita fuit hec oratio Rome in ecclesia Lateranensi per Reuerendissium patrem dominum Stephanum Thegliatium . . . Anno domini Mcccc lxxxi Pontificatus uero sancti domini nostri, domini Sixti pape iiii anno decimo'.


Imprint: [Rome: Eucharius Silber, after 27 Dec. ‘1481' i.e. 1480]. 4°.

Remarks: BMC IV 81 notes that the tenth year of Sixtus IV's reign ran from 9 Aug. 1480 to 8 Aug. 1481, and that therefore the printer must have calculated the year 1481 as beginning straight after Christmas.


Collation: [a4].

Types: Type: 73 G.

Leaves: 4 leaves.

Line number: 40 lines ([a2r]).

Type area: Type area: 145 ×95 mm ([a2r]).


ISTC: it00126000

Hain: H 15460; R 1408;

Goff: Goff T‑126;

Proctor: Pr 3804;

Others: BSB‑Ink T‑132; CIBN T‑49; IGI 9400; Sheppard 2999.

LCN: 14101300


Copy number: T-017(1)

Bound with B‑050(1); see there for details of binding and provenance.

Size of leaf: 198 × 135 mm.

Leaf [a4r], l. 1: ‘ . . . Lateranen̄'.

‘Thegliatius' supplied in pencil in an eighteenth-century Italian hand.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q 5.68(3).

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