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Bod-Inc: T-179

Thomas Aquinas

Summa theologiae: Tertia pars. With ‘Additiones'.


Analysis of Content

a2r Thomas Aquinas: Summa theologiae: Tertia pars. Leonine XI–XII (1903-6), XI 5–XII 338; see Torrell 142-59, 333-4.

[*1r] ‘Tituli tertie partis summe'.

[*6r] ‘Registrum cartarum'.

2a2r [Additiones.] ‘De partibus penitentie in speciali, et primo de contritione. Questio prima'. Leonine XII/2 (1906), 3-250. The ‘Additiones' were compiled by Thomas' disciples on the basis of his commentary on the Sentences; a number of modern editors believe Raynaldus de Piperno to be the author; in the Brescia copy the author is said by a contemporary hand to be Albertus de Brixia; see U. Baroncelli, Gli incunaboli della Biblioteca Queriniana di Brescia (Brescia, 1970), no. 925; see Torrell 147 n. 14.

2s1v [Colophon.]

2s1v ‘Registrum cartarum additionum'.

2s2r ‘De partibus penitentie in spe. ali'.


Imprint: [Venice]: Johannes de Colonia and Johannes Manthen, 14 May 1478. Folio.


Collation: Part I: a–d10 e8 f–h10 i–o10.8 p q10 qq4 r8 s6 t u8 x6 y8 z6 [et]8 [con]10 [*]6; part II: 2a12 b–p10 q8 r s6.

Remarks: Gathering [*] numbered ‘1 2 3', but not signed.


ISTC: it00221000

Hain: HC *1469;

Goff: Goff T‑221;

Proctor: Pr 4331;

Others: BSB‑Ink T‑297; CIBN T‑187; Michelitsch 146; Sheppard 3497.

LCN: 14338172


Copy number: T-179(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled calf; bound for the Bodleian Library. Manuscript title along the fore-edge. Two leather index tabs.

Size: 318 × 215 × 70 mm.

Size of leaf: 310 × 195 mm.

Some marginal notes, mainly providing corrections to the text, in an early German hand; also some extraction of key concepts in the same hand and in Hierschauer's.`1306' in brown ink on a rectangular paper label pasted onto the upper right-hand corner of the front pastedown.

Main initials are supplied in interlocked red and blue. Other initials are supplied in red or blue, paragraph marks and capital strokes in red.

Provenance: Paulus Sudlandt(?) (fifteenth century); erased inscription on a1r: ‘Liber magistri Pauli Sudlandt(?)'. Indersdorf, Bavaria, Augustinian Canons Regular, BVM; inscription on a2r: ‘Canoniae Understorff'. Michael Hierschauer (fl. 1645-1664); inscription on a1r: ‘Michael Hierschauer cappelanus in Furst sum uocatus anno [16]64'. Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; ‘Duplum' and ‘Inc. Typ. No. 1306' in brown ink on the same leaf, ‘1742' in pencil on2 s6v. Acquired between 1847 and c.1892, probably in 1850; not in Catalogus (1843) with Appendix.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 5Q 4.2.

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