Vocabularius iuris utriusque.
Analysis of Content
[a1r] [Jodocus Erfordiensis]: Vocabularius iuris utriusque. ‘Vocabularius siue expositio terminorum utriusque iuris'. Incipit: ‘[Q]uoniam iuri operam daturum prius nosse oportet unde nomen iuris descendat . . . Abauus est pater proaui . . .’ Explicit: eradicatione nos custodiat qui sine fine viuit et regnat amen See V‑155.
Imprint: Paris: In vico S. Jacobi (Au Soufflet Vert [Louis Symonel et Socii]), 31 Oct. 1476. Folio and 4°.
Collation: [a–h10 i–m8 n–z A–C10 D8].
Types: Type: 107 GR.
Leaves: 260 leaves.
Line number: 36 lines ([a2r]).
Type area: Type area: 193 ×123 mm ([a2r]).
Remarks: Capital spaces, some with guide-letters. Leaf [a1r]: ‘Incipit vocabularius ſiue expoſitio terminorum vtriuſqƺ iuris. || [Q]Voniam iuri operam daturum prius noſſe | oportet . . .' [D8r], Colophon: ‘Finit vocabularius vtriuſqƺ iuris. Impreſſus pariſius ad īterſigniū | folis viridis In vico ſancti iacobi. āno domini mīlleſimo quadrīgēteſimo | ſeptuageſimo ſexto Die vero vltima menſis octobris. || DEO GRACIAS.’
Hain: C 6355;
Proctor: Pr 7907;
Others: CIBN V‑279; Claudin I 160-1; Sheppard 6117-18.
Copy number: V-156(1)
The third and fourth sheets of gathering [k] and the first and second of [l] are quarto, the rest folio. The text that should occupy the first line of [b5v] (`Actio rei vendicatiōis eſt quando dicis rem corporalē eſſe tuā. ut hūc') is wrongly printed as the last line of [b6v].
Binding: Eighteenth-century French parchment over pasteboards from which a previous, probably sixteenth-century, Italian blind-tooled calf binding was removed; it had ties at head, tail, and fore-edge, and three-hole lacing tucked under. Both covers bear the faint impression of a large circular stamp containing a shield with the word ‘BIB | LIA' stamped; a stamped inscription runs all around the stamp; the stamp is within a series of blind-tooled concentric frames. Manuscript title in dark brown ink at the head of the spine. ‘2492' in brown ink on a circular paper label at the tail of the spine.
Size: 302 × 216 × 60 mm.
Size of leaf: 283 × 195 mm.
Pastedowns and endleaves consist of sheets of glued, uncut, and folded leaves (not sewn) from an eighteenth-century edition of De l'utilité d'un conservateur prés le cabinet d'histoire naturelle et de physique de Département du Calvados, printed in Caen.
‘699' within a small oval red stamped border in the upper right-hand corner of [a1r]. An auction sale lot number ‘3474' on a slip of paper pasted onto the verso of the front endleaf. ‘M Giraud' in pencil on the recto of the front endleaf. A spider squashed on [g1r].
Initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red; capitals touched with yellow wash.
Provenance: Purchased in 1891; see Annual Report of the Curators of the Bodleian Library, Oxford University Gazette, 10 May 1892, 471.
SHELFMARK: Auct. Q sub. fen. 2.18.
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