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Bod-Inc: T-256

Trovamala de Salis, Baptista

Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Baptistiniana, et al.


Analysis of Content

a1v [Trovamala] de Salis, Baptista: Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Baptistiniana. [Preface.] E. Bellone, ‘Appunti su Battista Trovamala di Sale O.F.M. e la sua “Summa Casuum”  ’, Studi Francescani, 74 (1977), 375-402, at 398.

a2r [Trovamala] de Salis, Baptista: Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Baptistiniana. Incipit: ‘[A]bbas. Tres ordines minores . . .’

xx8r [Colophon.]

xx8v Sixtus IV, Pont. Max.: Bulla “Etsi dominici gregis” 30 Dec. 1479.

xx8v [Acrostic verse.] Bellone, ‘Appunti su Battista Trovamala', 396-7.

yy1r Rubricae iuris civilis et canonici.


Imprint: Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 14 Apr. 1488. Folio.


Collation: a8 b–z aa–vv6 xx8 yy8.


ISTC: is00046000

GW: GW 3322;

Hain: HC *14181 = H 14177;

Goff: Goff S‑46;

BMC: BMC II 432;

Proctor: Pr 2063;

Others: BSB‑Ink T‑475; CIBN B‑66; Hillard 272; Oates 1013; Sack, Freiburg, 442; Sheppard 1508-9.

LCN: 14720249


Copy number: T-256(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled calf. Red-edged leaves. ‘2' in black ink across the fore-edge.

Size: 308 × 213 × 40 mm.

Size of leaf: 299 × 195 mm.

Occasional marking with vertical lines along the outer margins, in dark brown ink.

Provenance and date of acquisition unknown; no indication from the shelfmark.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q 2.12.

Copy number: T-256(2)

Binding: Seventeenth-century blind-tooled calf. Formerly chained: staple-marks of a hasp at head of upper cover. Sprinkled red-edged leaves.

Size: 300 × 210 × 50 mm.

Size of leaf: 296 × 193 mm.

A few marginal notes, mainly extracting key words and structuring the text, in a sixteenth-century hand in brown ink.

On a2r a large initial ‘A' is supplied in gold within a square segmented frame of blue and green; the area defined by the letter is coloured in pink with black pen-work decoration (Nuremberg style). Other initials are supplied in red or blue; paragraph marks and capital strokes in red.

Provenance: Thomas Nayler (fl. 1640); inscription on a1r: ‘Jun. 3o 1640 Tho: Nayler'; and in the same hand: ‘Charitas non deficit'. Oxford, University College; two book-plates; shelfmark ‘GG.6.11' on an octagonal paper label edged in red at the head of the spine; see untitled list. Deposited in 1941 by the Master and Fellows of University College, Oxford.

SHELFMARK: Univ. Coll. d.20.

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