Quaestiones de quodlibet I–XII.
Analysis of Content
[*2r] [Alphabetical table of contents.]
[a1r] Thomas Aquinas: Quaestiones de quodlibet I–XII. Leonine XXV (1996), 177-430 [1-3, 6, 4-5, 12] and 7-171 [7-11]; on this edition see 26* (= Ed1); see Torrell 207-12, 337.
Imprint: [Rome: Georgius Lauer, c.1470]. Folio.
Collation: [*6 a–f10 g8 h10 i8 k–v10 x y8], not as BMC.
Hain: HC 1400;
Goff: Goff T‑182;
BMC: BMC IV 36;
Proctor: Pr 3405;
Others: BSB‑Ink T‑248; CIBN T‑138; Hillard 1951; Michelitsch 75; Rhodes 1695; Sheppard 2721. Microfiche: Unit 10: Printing in Italy before 1472: Part IV, PI 26, PI 27.
Copy number: T-143(1)
Wanting the blank leaf [*1].
Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled (fillets only) russia backed with calf. Sprinkled red- and brown-edged leaves; marbled pastedowns.
Size: 330 × 225 × 55 mm.
Size of leaf: 320 × 207 mm.
Some marginal notes, mainly extracting key concepts, providing corrections, and pointing hands, in a contemporary hand.
Principal initials are supplied in red, sometimes with reserved white decoration, with violet pen-work decoration with extensions into the margins. Other initials, paragraph marks, and running chapter numbers are supplied in red; capital strokes in red. On [a1r] a manuscript title in red ink: ‘Incipit quodlibetum sancti Thome de Aquino ordinis Predicatorum'; in the same hand also some chapter headings and structuring of the text.
Provenance: Jean Baptiste, chevalier de Bearzi (nineteenth century)(?); probably his sale (1855), lot 360; a pencil note on the rear endleaf. Purchased for £1. 7. 0; see Books Purchased (1855), 3.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 1.23.
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