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Opus doctrine Scotice Patauii in thomistas discussum Sententiis phylosophi maxi[m]e co[n]ueniensus

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Opus doctrine Scotice Patauii in thomistas discussum Sententiis phylosophi maxi[m]e co[n]ueniensus
Title
Opus doctrine Scotice Patauii in thomistas discussum Sententiis phylosophi maxi[m]e co[n]ueniensus
Title variation
Opus doctrinae Scoticae in Thomistas
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Language
lat
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
  • V:457 (IB.23313)
  • T-462
  • no. 64
Citation source
  • BM 15th cent.
  • Goff
  • Pierre Berès (Firm). Bibliothèque Pillone
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no index present
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non fiction
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Opus doctrine Scotice Patauii in thomistas discussum Sententiis phylosophi maxi[m]e co[n]ueniensus
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Publication
Note
  • Edited by Johannes Antonius Patavinus
  • Imprint information from colophons
  • Goff and Berès catalog supply title as: Opus doctrinae Scoticae in Thomistas
  • Signatures: pi2 A10 B8 C-I6 K-L8 a-c6 2D6
  • Printed in small gothic type, in two columns; spaces left for capitals, with guide-letters; caption title on leaf a2r printed in red
Dimensions
34 cm (fol.)
Extent
[2], 76, 24 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy bound with: Andreae, Antonius. Quaestiones super XII libros Metaphysicam Aristotelis. Venice, 15 Oct. 1495. Sixteenth-century half boards and dark brown leather, decorated with blind-tooled strapwork design; binding reinforced with strips of early vellum ms. waste, with traces of Latin text in two columns, touched and underlined in red; four pairs of leather and brass clasps: two on fore-edges, one each on top and bottom edges; only the upper pair is intact; fore-edge painting by Cesare Vecellio; top and bottom edges mottled in red and gray.. Ms. marginal annotations in an unknown hand; ms. note in Latin in a contemporary hand laid in. Ornamental bookplate, printed in black and gold, on verso of upper board of Pierre Berès: "Livre no. 64 de la Bibliothèque Pillone. Pierre Berès;" below is the large armorial bookplate of Thomas Brooke F.S.A., of Armitage Bridge. Originally part of the collection formed by Odorico Pillone and his son Giorgio, who commissioned Cesare Vecellio to decorate the books; Berès purchased the decorated books in 1957 from Sir Humphrey Brooke, heir of Sir Thomas Brooke. For more information on the Pillone library, see A.R.A. Hobson, "The Pillone Library," in The book collector 7 (1958), 28-37. In modern brown cloth phase box, and matching brown leather and gray patterned paper slipcase; gold-stamped red and dark brown leather spine labels: "Antonius Andreae. Quaestiones super Metaphysicam Aristotelis. Bibliotheque Pillone," and imprint, "Venice 1495" at base of spine.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12182423
  • ucoclc12182423
Label
Opus doctrine Scotice Patauii in thomistas discussum Sententiis phylosophi maxi[m]e co[n]ueniensus
Publication
Note
  • Edited by Johannes Antonius Patavinus
  • Imprint information from colophons
  • Goff and Berès catalog supply title as: Opus doctrinae Scoticae in Thomistas
  • Signatures: pi2 A10 B8 C-I6 K-L8 a-c6 2D6
  • Printed in small gothic type, in two columns; spaces left for capitals, with guide-letters; caption title on leaf a2r printed in red
Dimensions
34 cm (fol.)
Extent
[2], 76, 24 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy bound with: Andreae, Antonius. Quaestiones super XII libros Metaphysicam Aristotelis. Venice, 15 Oct. 1495. Sixteenth-century half boards and dark brown leather, decorated with blind-tooled strapwork design; binding reinforced with strips of early vellum ms. waste, with traces of Latin text in two columns, touched and underlined in red; four pairs of leather and brass clasps: two on fore-edges, one each on top and bottom edges; only the upper pair is intact; fore-edge painting by Cesare Vecellio; top and bottom edges mottled in red and gray.. Ms. marginal annotations in an unknown hand; ms. note in Latin in a contemporary hand laid in. Ornamental bookplate, printed in black and gold, on verso of upper board of Pierre Berès: "Livre no. 64 de la Bibliothèque Pillone. Pierre Berès;" below is the large armorial bookplate of Thomas Brooke F.S.A., of Armitage Bridge. Originally part of the collection formed by Odorico Pillone and his son Giorgio, who commissioned Cesare Vecellio to decorate the books; Berès purchased the decorated books in 1957 from Sir Humphrey Brooke, heir of Sir Thomas Brooke. For more information on the Pillone library, see A.R.A. Hobson, "The Pillone Library," in The book collector 7 (1958), 28-37. In modern brown cloth phase box, and matching brown leather and gray patterned paper slipcase; gold-stamped red and dark brown leather spine labels: "Antonius Andreae. Quaestiones super Metaphysicam Aristotelis. Bibliotheque Pillone," and imprint, "Venice 1495" at base of spine.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12182423
  • ucoclc12182423

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