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The Resource Opus aureum beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis su[per] q[ua]ttuor libros Regu[m] : dilige[n]ti quide[m] cura mendis omnib[us] p[ro]cul eliminatis nu[n]c ad publicos p[ro]dit aspect[us] : et est hic primus liber qui in duos thomos diuisus est : in primo habetur expositio a capitulo primo vsq[ue] ad quartumdecimum inclusiue

Opus aureum beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis su[per] q[ua]ttuor libros Regu[m] : dilige[n]ti quide[m] cura mendis omnib[us] p[ro]cul eliminatis nu[n]c ad publicos p[ro]dit aspect[us] : et est hic primus liber qui in duos thomos diuisus est : in primo habetur expositio a capitulo primo vsq[ue] ad quartumdecimum inclusiue

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Opus aureum beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis su[per] q[ua]ttuor libros Regu[m] : dilige[n]ti quide[m] cura mendis omnib[us] p[ro]cul eliminatis nu[n]c ad publicos p[ro]dit aspect[us] : et est hic primus liber qui in duos thomos diuisus est : in primo habetur expositio a capitulo primo vsq[ue] ad quartumdecimum inclusiue
Title
Opus aureum beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis su[per] q[ua]ttuor libros Regu[m]
Title remainder
dilige[n]ti quide[m] cura mendis omnib[us] p[ro]cul eliminatis nu[n]c ad publicos p[ro]dit aspect[us] : et est hic primus liber qui in duos thomos diuisus est : in primo habetur expositio a capitulo primo vsq[ue] ad quartumdecimum inclusiue
Title variation
Opus aureum beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abulensis super quattuor libros Regum
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
CUD
Citation location within source
CNCE 35589
Citation source
EDIT 16
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Opus aureum beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis su[per] q[ua]ttuor libros Regu[m] : dilige[n]ti quide[m] cura mendis omnib[us] p[ro]cul eliminatis nu[n]c ad publicos p[ro]dit aspect[us] : et est hic primus liber qui in duos thomos diuisus est : in primo habetur expositio a capitulo primo vsq[ue] ad quartumdecimum inclusiue
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Commentary on the first book of Kings by Alfonso de Tostado, bishop of Avila (Spain), arranged in two parts
  • Imprint from colophon of second part (leaf 123r of third sequence)
  • Year of printing precedes place and name of printer in colophon
  • Signatures: pi2 a-r8 s-t6; A-P8 Q4
  • Last leaf (Q4) is blank
  • Woodcuts: half-page woodcut of Spanish royal arms on title page of first part, with motto "Plus ultra;" two smaller coats of arms in lower corners, the one on the left being that of Tostado; woodcut portrait of Tostado at beginning of each of the two parts, seated at his desk writing as an angel appears to him above; Tostado's arms hang on the wall behind him; large 14-line initial white capital on a black criblé background, enclosing another ecclesiastical coat of arms printed in red; white-on-black foliated initials
  • Title pages and text printed in red and black; text printed in small gothic type, in two columns; printed marginal references in small gothic type
  • Edited by Alfonso Polo
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
37 cm (folio)
Extent
2 parts ([2], 148; 123, [1] leaves)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound with: Abulensis super secundum librum Regum. Venetijs in edibus Gregorij de Gregorijs, anno a virginali partu 1527 die 20 mense Iulij [20 July 1527]. Bound in contemporary blind-stamped tawed pigskin over original beveled oak boards (half of upper board broken off); remnants of two pairs of leather and metal clasps along fore-edges of boards. Ownership inscription on title page, dated 1554, of Christoph Neaetius, "s[anctae] the[ologiae] do[ctor]," archdeacon in Glatz, Lower Silesia (now Kłodzko, Poland). Nineteenth-century ownership inkstamp "Ad Bibl. Acad. Land." on title page of the Universitätsbibliothek München (this stamp in use between 1800-1826), with the library's deaccession stamp below ("UBM abgegeben"). In modern beige cloth and tan leather clamshell box (41 cm) lined with tan felt; gold-stamped spine title "Tostado. Works III. 1506-1531." Purchase, A. Sokol, 1990.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)914292369
  • ucoclc914292369
Label
Opus aureum beati Alphonsi Thostati episcopi Abule[n]sis su[per] q[ua]ttuor libros Regu[m] : dilige[n]ti quide[m] cura mendis omnib[us] p[ro]cul eliminatis nu[n]c ad publicos p[ro]dit aspect[us] : et est hic primus liber qui in duos thomos diuisus est : in primo habetur expositio a capitulo primo vsq[ue] ad quartumdecimum inclusiue
Publication
Note
  • Commentary on the first book of Kings by Alfonso de Tostado, bishop of Avila (Spain), arranged in two parts
  • Imprint from colophon of second part (leaf 123r of third sequence)
  • Year of printing precedes place and name of printer in colophon
  • Signatures: pi2 a-r8 s-t6; A-P8 Q4
  • Last leaf (Q4) is blank
  • Woodcuts: half-page woodcut of Spanish royal arms on title page of first part, with motto "Plus ultra;" two smaller coats of arms in lower corners, the one on the left being that of Tostado; woodcut portrait of Tostado at beginning of each of the two parts, seated at his desk writing as an angel appears to him above; Tostado's arms hang on the wall behind him; large 14-line initial white capital on a black criblé background, enclosing another ecclesiastical coat of arms printed in red; white-on-black foliated initials
  • Title pages and text printed in red and black; text printed in small gothic type, in two columns; printed marginal references in small gothic type
  • Edited by Alfonso Polo
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
37 cm (folio)
Extent
2 parts ([2], 148; 123, [1] leaves)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound with: Abulensis super secundum librum Regum. Venetijs in edibus Gregorij de Gregorijs, anno a virginali partu 1527 die 20 mense Iulij [20 July 1527]. Bound in contemporary blind-stamped tawed pigskin over original beveled oak boards (half of upper board broken off); remnants of two pairs of leather and metal clasps along fore-edges of boards. Ownership inscription on title page, dated 1554, of Christoph Neaetius, "s[anctae] the[ologiae] do[ctor]," archdeacon in Glatz, Lower Silesia (now Kłodzko, Poland). Nineteenth-century ownership inkstamp "Ad Bibl. Acad. Land." on title page of the Universitätsbibliothek München (this stamp in use between 1800-1826), with the library's deaccession stamp below ("UBM abgegeben"). In modern beige cloth and tan leather clamshell box (41 cm) lined with tan felt; gold-stamped spine title "Tostado. Works III. 1506-1531." Purchase, A. Sokol, 1990.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)914292369
  • ucoclc914292369

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