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Flores totius sacre teologie

Label
Flores totius sacre teologie
Title
Flores totius sacre teologie
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
MH-H
Citation location within source
  • D-1108
  • 7485
  • p. 711
Citation source
  • Adams
  • Sander
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • coats of arms
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Flores totius sacre teologie
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Caption title (p. [4]): "Flores totius sacre theologiae medulam sententiarum doctoris subtilis Scoti Fratris Ioannis Duns Ordinis Minorum theologoru[m] principis co[n]tine[n]tes editi & in modu[m] co[n]clusionu[m] positi per reuerend[issimum] sacrae theologie magistru[m] f[rat]rem Philippu[m] Varagii eiusde[m] ordinis p[ro]uintiae S. Ludouici rege[n]te sacri co[n]uentus diui Antonii de Padua."
  • Printed in roman type
  • Woodcuts: title vignette (monk kneeling in a rocky gorge, writing at a small table, while above, God the Father, and a saint, instruct him; caption below reads "Portio mea domine sit in terra uiuentium"); five additional illustrations of varying sizes, depicting God in heaven, a group of five female saints, and Biblical scenes such as Pentecost, Annunciation, and the creation of the world; above the caption title on p. [4] are two coats of arms, one with three fleur-de-lis and surmounted by a crown (royal arms of France?), the other bearing a cross; large and small white vine initials on black backgrounds; woodcut ornaments in margins: fists, fleur-de-lis, and eight-pointed rosettes or stars
  • Signatures: a8 b10 c-f8 g6 A-T8 V4 chi2
Dimensions
20 cm. (4to)
Extent
[428] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: includes two leaves not noted by Adams, containing an address to Bernardus de Sancto by the monks of the Franciscan order, in which they thank Bernardus for commissioning and funding the printing of Philippus Varagius' commentary on the writings of Duns Scotus. Bound in an early vellum ms. leaf over thick blue paper; ms. spine title "Flores theol." with old paper shelf-mark label at base of spine; two pairs of sewing holes still visible, which once held leather ties. Ownership stamps on t.p. and throughout text signed "Bibliothecae Portiuncula", the library of the Portiuncula, the name of both the site and the chapel near Assisi, Umbria, where the Franciscan movement originated, and where St. Francis lived and died. The chapel is now inside the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels. Early eighteenth-century [?] ownership inscription on t.p.: "Biblioth. S. Mari[a]e Angelorum apud Assisium. Bernardinus Morellus Rom. medic. orate pro eo"; miscellaneous ms. scribblings throughout.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts), coats of arms
System control number
  • (OCoLC)78115335
  • ucoclc78115335
Label
Flores totius sacre teologie
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Caption title (p. [4]): "Flores totius sacre theologiae medulam sententiarum doctoris subtilis Scoti Fratris Ioannis Duns Ordinis Minorum theologoru[m] principis co[n]tine[n]tes editi & in modu[m] co[n]clusionu[m] positi per reuerend[issimum] sacrae theologie magistru[m] f[rat]rem Philippu[m] Varagii eiusde[m] ordinis p[ro]uintiae S. Ludouici rege[n]te sacri co[n]uentus diui Antonii de Padua."
  • Printed in roman type
  • Woodcuts: title vignette (monk kneeling in a rocky gorge, writing at a small table, while above, God the Father, and a saint, instruct him; caption below reads "Portio mea domine sit in terra uiuentium"); five additional illustrations of varying sizes, depicting God in heaven, a group of five female saints, and Biblical scenes such as Pentecost, Annunciation, and the creation of the world; above the caption title on p. [4] are two coats of arms, one with three fleur-de-lis and surmounted by a crown (royal arms of France?), the other bearing a cross; large and small white vine initials on black backgrounds; woodcut ornaments in margins: fists, fleur-de-lis, and eight-pointed rosettes or stars
  • Signatures: a8 b10 c-f8 g6 A-T8 V4 chi2
Dimensions
20 cm. (4to)
Extent
[428] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: includes two leaves not noted by Adams, containing an address to Bernardus de Sancto by the monks of the Franciscan order, in which they thank Bernardus for commissioning and funding the printing of Philippus Varagius' commentary on the writings of Duns Scotus. Bound in an early vellum ms. leaf over thick blue paper; ms. spine title "Flores theol." with old paper shelf-mark label at base of spine; two pairs of sewing holes still visible, which once held leather ties. Ownership stamps on t.p. and throughout text signed "Bibliothecae Portiuncula", the library of the Portiuncula, the name of both the site and the chapel near Assisi, Umbria, where the Franciscan movement originated, and where St. Francis lived and died. The chapel is now inside the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels. Early eighteenth-century [?] ownership inscription on t.p.: "Biblioth. S. Mari[a]e Angelorum apud Assisium. Bernardinus Morellus Rom. medic. orate pro eo"; miscellaneous ms. scribblings throughout.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts), coats of arms
System control number
  • (OCoLC)78115335
  • ucoclc78115335

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