Quaestiones disputatae de veritate.
Analysis of Content
[*1v] ‘Tituli questionum de ueritate disputatarum'.
[a2r] Thomas Aquinas: Quaestiones disputatae de veritate. Leonine XXII (1970-6), I 3–III 872, on this edition I 36* (= Ed1) and 157*–161*; see Torrell 59-69, 334-5.
Imprint: Cologne: Johann Koelhoff, the Elder, 1475. Folio.
Collation: [*4 a–g10 h–z A–K8 L10 M12 N O10 P–Z aa–ll8].
Hain: H *1419;
Goff: Goff T‑179;
BMC: BMC I 219;
Proctor: Pr 1027;
Others: BSB‑Ink T‑245; CIBN T‑150; Michelitsch 94; Oates 523; Sack, Freiburg, 3417; Sheppard 789; Voulliéme, Köln, 1148.
Copy number: T-150(1)
Wanting the blank leaf [ll8].
Binding: Contemporary blind-tooled (fillets only) pigskin over wooden boards, with metal clasps and catches. Contemporary manuscript title ‘questiones de veritate' in brown ink on a rectangular paper label pasted onto the upper cover. Later manuscript title, in black ink, on a rectangular paper label at the head of the spine. Yellow-edged leaves. Leather index tabs dyed red. Strips from a twelfth-century noted manuscript are visible in the binding.
Size: 307 × 213 × 120 mm.
Size of leaf: 290 × 205 mm.
Running ‘quaestio' numbers in the upper right-hand corner of the rectos in a contemporary hand in brown ink. Occasional structuring of the text in the same hand.
On [a2r] a seven-line initial ‘Q' is supplied in blue within a square ground made of red pen-work decoration. Other initials are supplied in red or blue; paragraph marks and capital strokes in red. Numbering in the list of contents and running ‘quaestio' numbers and titles in red.
Provenance: Perhaps Würzburg, Bavaria, Conventual Franciscans, Inventio crucis/Sancta crux [suggestion by Kristian Jensen]. Anonymous sale (3 May 1832), lot 211. Purchased for £1. 3. 0; see Library Bills (1829-32), no. 364; Books Purchased (1832), 2.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 6Q 3.22.
Copy number: T-150(2)
Not in Sheppard.
Bound in a modern guard-book of fragments: see A‑105.
Size of leaf: 283 × 190 mm.
Leaves [L4] and the lower part of [L5.6] only.
Fragment; removed in 1884 from the binding of P 1.3 Med. containing Petrus Peña and Matthias de L'Obel, In G. Rondellettii . . . Pharmaceuticam officinam animaduersiones . . . (London, 1605) (STC 19595.5).
Some marginal notes, extracting key concepts, in an early hand in brown ink.
Provenance: [of P 1.3 Med.] Acquired by 1738; see Fysher, Catalogus, II 98.
Former Bodleian shelfmark: P 1.3 Med.
SHELFMARK: Inc. b. G97.1(3) [leaves 9-11].
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