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Bod-Inc: T-258

Trovamala de Salis, Baptista

Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Rosella, et al.


Analysis of Content

[*1r] [Title-page.] ‘Summa Rosella'. The second, revised and enlarged version of the Summa casuum conscientiae, renamed by the author Summa Rosella; it was first published in Pavia in 1489 (HC *14182) and dedicated to Cardinal Ascanio Sforza; see Bellone, ‘Appunti su Battista Trovamala', 378-80.

[*1r] [Alphabetical list of subjects.]

[*3v] [Alphabetical list of authorities.]

a1r Trovamala [de Salis], Baptista: Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Rosella. [Preface.] Bellone, ‘Appunti su Battista Trovamala', 398.

a1r Trovamala [de Salis], Baptista: Summa casuum conscientiae or Summa Rosella. Incipit: ‘[A]bbas. Tres ordines minores . . .’ See Bellone, ‘Appunti su Battista Trovamala', 375-402; L. Babbini, ‘Tre “Summae casuum” composte da tre francescani piemontesi della provincia di Genova', Studi Francescani, 78 (1981), 159-69, at 162-5.

X7r Sixtus IV, Pont. Max.: Bulla “Etsi dominici gregis” 30 Dec. 1479.

X7v [Colophon.]

X7v [Register.]

X8r [Verse addressed to] the purchaser. Bellone, ‘Appunti su Battista Trovamala', 396.

X8r [Verse addressed to] the printer. Bellone, ‘Appunti su Battista Trovamala', 396.

[**1r] Rubricae iuris civilis et canonici.


Imprint: Venice: Georgius Arrivabenus, 9 Sept. 1495. 8°.


Collation: [*4] a8 b–z [et] [con] [rum] A–T12 V X8 [**12].


ISTC: is00049000

GW: GW 3325;

Hain: HC *14183 = H 14178;

Goff: Goff S‑49;

BMC: BMC V 385;

Proctor: Pr 4927;

Others: BSB‑Ink T‑473; CIBN B‑69; Hillard 275; Sack, Freiburg, 446-7; Sheppard 4029-30.

LCN: 14720321


Copy number: T-258(1)

Binding: Eighteenth-century mottled calf; rebacked. Sprinkled red-edged leaves.

Size: 171 × 118 × 75 mm.

Size of leaf: 168 × 107 mm.

Numerous pointing hands and structuring of the text, also a few marginal notes extracting key words, in a sixteenth-century hand, probably that of Evangelista Zachai.

Provenance: Frater Evangelista Zachai (fl. 1531); inscription on [*1r]: ‘Reuerendus pater frater Euangelista Zachai cancionator Rubini et al. egregius me possidit anno a partu Virginis Millesimo D. 31'; below the following inscription preceded by a calculation, in the same hand: ‘1517 [minus] 1479 [equal] 38. | Datum Romae 1479 ideo haec summa ante(?) Reformationem concinnata fuit per annos 38'. Oxford, University College; book-plate; shelfmark ‘KK.42.9' on a twentieth-century octagonal paper label edged in red; see untitled list. Deposited in 1941 by the Master and Fellows of University College, Oxford.

SHELFMARK: Univ. Coll. f.20.

Copy number: T-258(2)

The gathering containing ‘Rubrice iuris ciuilis et canonici' is bound before the text.

A variant, with gathering a differently set up.

Binding: Contemporary Italian leather over wooden boards, with two metal catches attached to the lower cover; rebacked twice, first in the sixteenth century with parchment and the boards covered with paper, also above the metal catches. A sixteenth-century manuscript title across the middle of this spine. Remains of a further parchment spine. Eighteenth-century(?) marbled paper covering the spine has been mostly removed and is now visible only inside the covers. Both pastedowns consisted of fourteenth-century(?) manuscripts on parchment, now removed, but the impression is still visible inside the boards.

Size: 177 × 124 × 60 mm.

Size of leaf: 172 × 115 mm.

‘SS.III.2' in brown ink on the upper margin of the front pastedown.

Provenance: Cesena, Capuchins, Stigmates S. Francisci; inscription in a sixteenth-century hand on [*1r]: ‘Ad uso de Fr[at]i Capucini di Cesena'. Maria Riva (sixteenth century); on X8r the following note in an early hand: ‘io fra Mica[e]learcangelo scrise qui per me Maria Riva'; on X8v also in an early hand: ‘Ad uso pa[dre] Seraphino da Frignano'. Cesena, Biblioteca pubblica; printed label on the same leaf: ‘Est Publicae Caesenatis Bibliothecae'; also a duplicate stamp: ‘Dupplicato'. London, British Museum; duplicate. Transferred to the Bodleian in Oct. 1913; see ‘List of Duplicate Incunabula' (Library Records c. 1054), no. 16.

SHELFMARK: Inc. e. I4.1495.2.

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