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The Resource Authorati theologi Ricardi de Media Villa Minoritane familie ornamenti tria recognita reconcinnataq[ue] quodlibeta, nunc primo vt sacre pagine cultorib[us] ferant opem in lucem prodeunt assignatis vbiq[ue] vt funditus sententie hauriantur doctorum locis

Authorati theologi Ricardi de Media Villa Minoritane familie ornamenti tria recognita reconcinnataq[ue] quodlibeta, nunc primo vt sacre pagine cultorib[us] ferant opem in lucem prodeunt assignatis vbiq[ue] vt funditus sententie hauriantur doctorum locis

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Authorati theologi Ricardi de Media Villa Minoritane familie ornamenti tria recognita reconcinnataq[ue] quodlibeta
Title
Authorati theologi Ricardi de Media Villa Minoritane familie ornamenti tria recognita reconcinnataq[ue] quodlibeta
Statement of responsibility
nunc primo vt sacre pagine cultorib[us] ferant opem in lucem prodeunt assignatis vbiq[ue] vt funditus sententie hauriantur doctorum locis
Title variation
  • Tria recognita reconcinnataque quodlibeta
  • Quodlibeta
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Language
lat
Summary
First edition of a summary of the philosophical, religious, and scientific speculations of the 14th-century Englishman Ricardus de Mediavilla on astronomy, optics, the movements of the heavens, alchemical transformations, food and wine, magic, giaints, demons, games of chance, mathematics and psychology
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Cataloging source
EQO
Citation location within source
  • no. 61, pages 49-50, (vol. II supplement)
  • M-1425
  • CNCE 31928
Citation source
  • Rhodes, D.E. Annali tipografici di Lazzaro de' Soardi
  • Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries
  • EDIT 16
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX1749.R52
LC item number
T74 1509
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Authorati theologi Ricardi de Media Villa Minoritane familie ornamenti tria recognita reconcinnataq[ue] quodlibeta, nunc primo vt sacre pagine cultorib[us] ferant opem in lucem prodeunt assignatis vbiq[ue] vt funditus sententie hauriantur doctorum locis
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Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: pi4 A-D8 E-F6
  • Second and third leaves of gathering pi4 are numbered "2" and "3" respectively; final leaf (F6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: Soardi's white-on-black device on recto of leaf 43, featuring his initials "L.S.O." within trisected circle surmounted by a double cross; one large (14-line white on black floriated initials at beginning of text; two smaller white-on-black initials
  • Text printed in gothic type, arranged in two columns; printed marginal references in small gothic type; lombardic initials
  • Not in: Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
32 cm (folio)
Extent
[4], 43, [1] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with two other works by Ricardus de Mediavilla: Sacratissimi theologi Ricardi de Mediauilla ordinis seraphici Minorum Co[n]uentualium In primum sententiarum questiones persubtilissime. Venetijs: Per Lazarum Soardum, die prima Iunij M.D. VII [1 June 1507]; and Sacre theologie doctoris eximii Ricardi de Mediauilla seraphyci ordinis Minorum professoris In secundu[m] sententiaru[m] questio[n]es solidissime. Venetijs: Per Lazarum Soardum die xxviij Martij M.D.IX [28 Mar. 1509]. Bound in 17th-century reversed calf over original wooden boards; 18th-century rebacking; upper and lower boards paneled alike, with inner and outer blind-ruled rectangles; gild-ruled spine; brass corner braces; remnants of leather and brass clasps and catches; manuscript title on fore-edges "Ricardus d[e] Mediavilla su[per] I. & 2 Sente[n]tia[rum];" above are the arms of Cosimo I de' Medici in red, yellow, and brown ink; below are the arms in yellow and brown of his wife Eleanora of Toledo, daughter of the Viceroy of Naples. The books were acquired after their marriage in 1539, but before 1549 when Cosimo I began combining the charges on a single shield (see A. Marquand, Robbia heraldry, no. 381). Printed book ticket on title page of the Marqués de Astorga (see Palau 19136); and ownership inkstamps of the Augustinians of the Assumption at Louvain ("'S. Convent Augustin ab Assumptione apud Lovanienses") and Lormoy ("Saint Augustin Lormoy"). Purchase, Bruce McKittrick, 2001.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)43194113
  • ucoclc43194113
Label
Authorati theologi Ricardi de Media Villa Minoritane familie ornamenti tria recognita reconcinnataq[ue] quodlibeta, nunc primo vt sacre pagine cultorib[us] ferant opem in lucem prodeunt assignatis vbiq[ue] vt funditus sententie hauriantur doctorum locis
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: pi4 A-D8 E-F6
  • Second and third leaves of gathering pi4 are numbered "2" and "3" respectively; final leaf (F6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: Soardi's white-on-black device on recto of leaf 43, featuring his initials "L.S.O." within trisected circle surmounted by a double cross; one large (14-line white on black floriated initials at beginning of text; two smaller white-on-black initials
  • Text printed in gothic type, arranged in two columns; printed marginal references in small gothic type; lombardic initials
  • Not in: Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
32 cm (folio)
Extent
[4], 43, [1] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with two other works by Ricardus de Mediavilla: Sacratissimi theologi Ricardi de Mediauilla ordinis seraphici Minorum Co[n]uentualium In primum sententiarum questiones persubtilissime. Venetijs: Per Lazarum Soardum, die prima Iunij M.D. VII [1 June 1507]; and Sacre theologie doctoris eximii Ricardi de Mediauilla seraphyci ordinis Minorum professoris In secundu[m] sententiaru[m] questio[n]es solidissime. Venetijs: Per Lazarum Soardum die xxviij Martij M.D.IX [28 Mar. 1509]. Bound in 17th-century reversed calf over original wooden boards; 18th-century rebacking; upper and lower boards paneled alike, with inner and outer blind-ruled rectangles; gild-ruled spine; brass corner braces; remnants of leather and brass clasps and catches; manuscript title on fore-edges "Ricardus d[e] Mediavilla su[per] I. & 2 Sente[n]tia[rum];" above are the arms of Cosimo I de' Medici in red, yellow, and brown ink; below are the arms in yellow and brown of his wife Eleanora of Toledo, daughter of the Viceroy of Naples. The books were acquired after their marriage in 1539, but before 1549 when Cosimo I began combining the charges on a single shield (see A. Marquand, Robbia heraldry, no. 381). Printed book ticket on title page of the Marqués de Astorga (see Palau 19136); and ownership inkstamps of the Augustinians of the Assumption at Louvain ("'S. Convent Augustin ab Assumptione apud Lovanienses") and Lormoy ("Saint Augustin Lormoy"). Purchase, Bruce McKittrick, 2001.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)43194113
  • ucoclc43194113

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