Quaestiones in quattuor libris sententiarum, et al.
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a1r [Title-page.] ‘Questiones dubitabiles super quattuor libris sententiarum cum questionibus solutiuis Magistri Thomae Attrabatensis.’
a2r Thomas Atrebatensis: ‘Disputatio Heremitae et Raymundi super aliquibus dubiis questionibus sententiarum Magistri Petri Lombardi'.’ Incipit: ‘[R]aymundus Parisius studens statum huiusque mundi considerans . . .’ See Stegmüller, Repertorium commentariorum, no. 711,1; also Glorieux, Répertoire, I 335 no. 335bv. The interlocutors are an unnamed hermit and Raymundus Lullus.
a2v [Thomas Atrebatensis]: Quaestiones in quattuor libris sententiarum. ‘Prima questio primi sententiarum'.’ Incipit: ‘[Q]ueritur utrum theologia sit scientia proprie. Raymundus respondit dicens . . .’ The questions on Petrus Lombardus, Sententiarum libri IV, are addressed to Raymundus Lullus. The date of compilation is given as 9 July 1290; see colophon on B7v.
B7v [Colophon.] Incipit: ‘Compilatus fuit iste tractatus Parisius Anno domini M.CC.xc . . .’
Imprint: Lyons: [Jacques Maillet], 4 Dec. 1491. 4°.
Remarks: As reassigned by CIBN, Additions et corrections; the customary attribution has been to [Engelhardus Schultis].
Collation: a–m8 n–o6 A B8.
Illustrations: Woodcut initials.
Hain: HC 10324; C 5827;
Goff: Goff T‑344;
BMC: BMC VIII 309;
Proctor: Pr 8639;
Others: BSB‑Ink L‑285; CIBN L‑297; Hillard 1260; Sheppard 6692.
Copy number: T-195(1)
Wanting the blank leaf B8.
Binding: Eighteenth-century mottled calf; the spine gold-tooled, with the title on a red leather label. The gold stamp of the Bodleian Library on both covers. Sprinkled red- and black-edged leaves; green silk bookmark.
Size: 210 × 136 × 28 mm.
Size of leaf: 201 × 125 mm.
Occasional marginal notes, many cropped, are supplied in a contemporary continental hand, supplying running headings, leaf and section numbering in arabic figures, corrections to the text, synonyms, underlining, brackets and comments summarizing the text, ‘nota' marks, and three dots and tail.
On a2r a five-line initial ‘R' is supplied in red. Elsewhere occasional underlining supplied in red.
Provenance: Pietro-Antonio Bolongaro-Crevenna (1735-1792); printed label (renumbered 303 in manuscript) of the sale (1789), part I, lot 553; in the annotated catalogue, marked down, together with an undated copy of Thomas Aquinas, Summa theologiae: Prima pars, to Thomas Payne for 100 Florins, the equivalent of £8. 15. 0, according to the exchange rate used by Thomas Payne at this sale. William Hamper (1776-1831); see book-plate (Howe, Book Plates, 13576); sale, 21 July 1831, lot 241 (listed as an octavo). Purchased ‘At Wise's 2nd auction of Thorpe's Books', lot 303, for £0. 5. 6: see Books Purchased (1832), 15, under ‘Lullii'; Financial Statements (1828-32) and (1837-40, Library Records b.4), no. 16, ‘Books purchased by the Librarian'.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q inf. 1.21.
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