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The Resource Boetius de consolatione : en lector candidissime Seuerini Boetii de co[n]solatu philosophico deq[ue] disciplina scholastica diuina ta[m] adolesce[n]tibus q[uam] iuuenib[us] ac etia[m] senibus opuscula : nouissime cum Sancti Thomae philosophi profundissimi co[m]mentarijs necnon Ascensij Badij gra[m]matici diligentissimi : addito Quintiliani capite De discipulor[um] officio cu[m] ipsius Asce[n]sij expositione dilucidissima : addito etiam duplici indice abecedario ordine indica[n]te [et] philosophis [et] gra[m]maticis vtilia ac necessaria

Boetius de consolatione : en lector candidissime Seuerini Boetii de co[n]solatu philosophico deq[ue] disciplina scholastica diuina ta[m] adolesce[n]tibus q[uam] iuuenib[us] ac etia[m] senibus opuscula : nouissime cum Sancti Thomae philosophi profundissimi co[m]mentarijs necnon Ascensij Badij gra[m]matici diligentissimi : addito Quintiliani capite De discipulor[um] officio cu[m] ipsius Asce[n]sij expositione dilucidissima : addito etiam duplici indice abecedario ordine indica[n]te [et] philosophis [et] gra[m]maticis vtilia ac necessaria

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Boetius de consolatione : en lector candidissime Seuerini Boetii de co[n]solatu philosophico deq[ue] disciplina scholastica diuina ta[m] adolesce[n]tibus q[uam] iuuenib[us] ac etia[m] senibus opuscula : nouissime cum Sancti Thomae philosophi profundissimi co[m]mentarijs necnon Ascensij Badij gra[m]matici diligentissimi : addito Quintiliani capite De discipulor[um] officio cu[m] ipsius Asce[n]sij expositione dilucidissima : addito etiam duplici indice abecedario ordine indica[n]te [et] philosophis [et] gra[m]maticis vtilia ac necessaria
Title
Boetius de consolatione
Title remainder
en lector candidissime Seuerini Boetii de co[n]solatu philosophico deq[ue] disciplina scholastica diuina ta[m] adolesce[n]tibus q[uam] iuuenib[us] ac etia[m] senibus opuscula : nouissime cum Sancti Thomae philosophi profundissimi co[m]mentarijs necnon Ascensij Badij gra[m]matici diligentissimi : addito Quintiliani capite De discipulor[um] officio cu[m] ipsius Asce[n]sij expositione dilucidissima : addito etiam duplici indice abecedario ordine indica[n]te [et] philosophis [et] gra[m]maticis vtilia ac necessaria
Title variation
De consolatione
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Contributor
Printer
Subject
Language
lat
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Member of
Cataloging source
EQO
Citation location within source
  • B-2293
  • 63:501-502
  • CNCE 6553
Citation source
  • Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries
  • National union catalog, pre-1956 imprints
  • EDIT 16
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Boetius de consolatione : en lector candidissime Seuerini Boetii de co[n]solatu philosophico deq[ue] disciplina scholastica diuina ta[m] adolesce[n]tibus q[uam] iuuenib[us] ac etia[m] senibus opuscula : nouissime cum Sancti Thomae philosophi profundissimi co[m]mentarijs necnon Ascensij Badij gra[m]matici diligentissimi : addito Quintiliani capite De discipulor[um] officio cu[m] ipsius Asce[n]sij expositione dilucidissima : addito etiam duplici indice abecedario ordine indica[n]te [et] philosophis [et] gra[m]maticis vtilia ac necessaria
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • The commentary ascribed to St. Thomas Aquinas is now attributed to Thomas Waleys; see Max Manitius, Geschichte der lateinischen Literatur des Mittelalters. The De disciplina scholarium, falsely attributed to Boethius, has frequently been assigned to Thomas de Cantimpré
  • Signatures: 2a-2b6 a-p8 q10
  • Woodcuts: Scoto's device on verso of final leaf below colophon, featuring a circle with printer's initials "O.S.M." surmounted by a double cross; decorated and historiated initials in various sizes
  • Text printed in large gothic type in center of page, surrounded on four sides by commentary in smaller gothic type; marginal references printed in roman type; text and commentary printed in two columns
  • Includes register
  • 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
Dimensions
32 cm (folio)
Extent
[12] 129, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: modern gray paper and brown leather boards; edges stained blue; gold-stamped spine title "Boetius. De consolatione." Annotations and underlining in different contemporary hands. Monastic ownership inscriptions on title page,"Loci Capucino[rum] Lauri," of the Capuchins of Loreto, Italy [?]. Purchase, Dawson's Book Shop, 1985.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)863615951
  • ucoclc863615951
Label
Boetius de consolatione : en lector candidissime Seuerini Boetii de co[n]solatu philosophico deq[ue] disciplina scholastica diuina ta[m] adolesce[n]tibus q[uam] iuuenib[us] ac etia[m] senibus opuscula : nouissime cum Sancti Thomae philosophi profundissimi co[m]mentarijs necnon Ascensij Badij gra[m]matici diligentissimi : addito Quintiliani capite De discipulor[um] officio cu[m] ipsius Asce[n]sij expositione dilucidissima : addito etiam duplici indice abecedario ordine indica[n]te [et] philosophis [et] gra[m]maticis vtilia ac necessaria
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • The commentary ascribed to St. Thomas Aquinas is now attributed to Thomas Waleys; see Max Manitius, Geschichte der lateinischen Literatur des Mittelalters. The De disciplina scholarium, falsely attributed to Boethius, has frequently been assigned to Thomas de Cantimpré
  • Signatures: 2a-2b6 a-p8 q10
  • Woodcuts: Scoto's device on verso of final leaf below colophon, featuring a circle with printer's initials "O.S.M." surmounted by a double cross; decorated and historiated initials in various sizes
  • Text printed in large gothic type in center of page, surrounded on four sides by commentary in smaller gothic type; marginal references printed in roman type; text and commentary printed in two columns
  • Includes register
  • 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
Dimensions
32 cm (folio)
Extent
[12] 129, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: modern gray paper and brown leather boards; edges stained blue; gold-stamped spine title "Boetius. De consolatione." Annotations and underlining in different contemporary hands. Monastic ownership inscriptions on title page,"Loci Capucino[rum] Lauri," of the Capuchins of Loreto, Italy [?]. Purchase, Dawson's Book Shop, 1985.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)863615951
  • ucoclc863615951

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