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Bod-Inc: T-276

Turrecremata, Johannes de

Expositio in psalmos.


Analysis of Content

A1r Turrecremata, Johannes de: [Preface addressed to] Pius II, Pont. Max. Incipit: ‘[B]eatissimo patri . . . Perscrutanti mihi studiose psalmorum librum . . .’

A3r Turrecremata, Johannes de: Expositio in psalmos. ‘Psalmus primus in quo describitur processus in beatitudinem'. Incipit: ‘[B]eatus vir qui non abiit) a via recta recedendo (in consilio impiorum) prauis eorum machinationibus consentiendo . . .’ See T‑270.


Imprint: Poitiers: [Jean Bouyer], 17 Feb. 1480. Folio.


Collation: A10 B–V8 X6.

Types: Type: 104 G.

Leaves: 168 leaves.

Line number: 35 lines (A1r).

Type area: Type area: 186 ×118 mm (A1r).

Remarks: Leaf A1r: ‘[bEatiſſimo] patri et clementiſſimo domino pio ſe= | [cundo pont]ifici maximo. Johannes de turrecre= | [mata ſabin]ēſis epiſcopus . . . | . . . | [post humil]em recommendationem ad pedum | [oſcula beatorum. perſcru]tanti michi ſtudioſe pſalmo libruƺ | . . .'; A2v blank; A3r: ‘Pſalmus primus in quo deſcri= | bitur proceſſus in beatitudinē. | [ ]EATUS VIR QUI NON a= | biit) a via recta recedendo . . .'; X5r, COLOPHON: ‘Reuerendiſſimi cardinalis tituli ſancti Sixti domini iohā | nis de Turre cremata expoſitio breuis et vtilis ſuper toto pſal | terio In burgo sanctiſſimi hilarii maioris pictauis impreſſa. | Anno dn̄i. M.cccc.lxxx. xiii. kl ’. marcii feliciter eſt conſūmata.'; X5v and X6 blank.


ISTC: it00525000

Hain: HCR 15702;

Goff: Goff T‑525;

Proctor: Pr 8739;

Others: CIBN T‑381; Sheppard 6788.

LCN: 14719400


Copy number: T-276(1)

Wanting the blank leaf X6. Initial cut away from A1; the text has been supplied in a seventeenth/eighteenth-century hand.

Binding: Seventeenth-century blind-tooled calf, the spine stamped in gold with the title and ‘Convent Balmet.' [Baume-Les-Moines, Jura].

Size: 275 × 202 × 37 mm.

Size of leaf: 268 × 187 mm.

Pastedown consists of some fifteenth-century(?) manuscript fragment and two leaves from an early legal typographical specimen, covered by other white paper pastedowns.

The margins of A3r –A9v are filled with early annotations, thoroughly washed out.

On A3r a ten-line initial ‘B' is supplied in gold with a red ground with white pen-work decoration; the area defined by the letter is decorated in blue with white pen-work decoration. Other initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue; ruling in red.

Provenance: Baume-Les-Moines, Jura, Benedictines (Cluniacs), S. Romanus; see binding. Friedrich Georg Hermann Culemann (fl. 1870); sale (1870), lot 704. Sheppard records that this item was purchased in 1870; not identified in Library Bills (1870).

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q inf. 2.80.

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