Trovamala de Salis, Baptista
Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Baptistiniana, et al.
Analysis of Content
a1r [Title-page.] ‘Summa Baptistiniana'.
a2r [Trovamala] de Salis, Baptista: Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Baptistiniana. [Preface.] See T‑256.
a2r [Trovamala] de Salis, Baptista: Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Baptistiniana. Incipit: ‘[A]bbas. Tres ordines minores . . .’
T9r Sixtus IV, Pont. Max.: Bulla “Etsi dominici gregis” 30 Dec. 1479. The date has been altered to the date of printing.
2a1r Rubricae iuris civilis et canonici.
Imprint: [Speier: Peter Drach, after 14 Apr.] 1488. Folio.
Collation: a–v A–S8 T10 a10.
GW: GW 3323;
Hain: HC *14180;
Goff: Goff S‑47;
BMC: BMC II 496;
Proctor: Pr 2374;
Others: BSB‑Ink T‑476; CIBN B‑67; Hillard 273; Oates 1122; Sack, Freiburg, 443-4; Sheppard 1716.
Copy number: T-257(1)
Binding: Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, with two metal clasps and catches; lower edges protected at the corners with a metal strip. Formerly chained: staple-marks of a hasp at head of lower cover. Four circular bosses and a centre-piece removed from the lower cover. Large rectangular parchment label with contemporary manuscript title at the head of the upper cover; below, a square paper label edged in red with the letter ‘U'. Marginally later manuscript title at the head of the spine. Yellow-edged leaves. On the upper cover, quadruple fillets form a double frame. Within the outer frame, diagonal quadruple fillets form a lozenge-shaped area. Diagonal quadruple fillets also divide the inner rectangle into four triangular compartments. A few stamps randomly distributed: a foliate staff, a rosette, a square lion, a square six-petalled flower, a small lozenge-shaped fleur-de-lis, two more different small flower stamps. On the lower cover, quadruple fillets form a frame. The area is subsequently divided by other fillets into six triangular sections, some of which contain some of the stamps found on the upper cover.
Size: 304 × 217 × 72 mm.
Size of leaf: 287 × 201 mm.
The first two sheets of Conradus de Zabernia, De monochordo, [Mainz: Peter Schoeffer, c.1475], formerly used as pastedowns, have been removed from the binding and are now Inc. d. G1.1475.1; see C‑433. Strips from an eleventh-century noted manuscript, on parchment are now visible within the binding structure.
Early manuscript folio numbering: 1-310. Occasional ‘nota' marks.
Initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red; capital strokes in red.
Provenance: Heilbronn, Stadtbibliothek; engraved book-plate: ‘Pars Biblioth: Civit: Heilbron̄s.' (Warnecke 794). London, British Museum; duplicate; red oval purchase stamp; accession stamp 17 Mar. 1896; shelfmarks: ‘5206.h.1'; ‘IB.8595'. Transferred to the Bodleian in Oct. 1913; see ‘List of Duplicate Incunabula' (Library Records c. 1054), no. 6.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q 4.15.
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