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The Resource Ordinatissimi ac ingeniosi doctoris Laurentii Opimi Bononiensis Ordinis Seruorum egregia super quatuor libros sententiarum lectura Parisiis habita : quod quidem opus peracutum atq[ue] eruditissimum multis iam saeculis in hunc usq[ue] diem desyderatum nuperrime excusum est ad viuentis Dei laudem, et ad Christianae religionis studiosorumq[ue] vtilitatem

Ordinatissimi ac ingeniosi doctoris Laurentii Opimi Bononiensis Ordinis Seruorum egregia super quatuor libros sententiarum lectura Parisiis habita : quod quidem opus peracutum atq[ue] eruditissimum multis iam saeculis in hunc usq[ue] diem desyderatum nuperrime excusum est ad viuentis Dei laudem, et ad Christianae religionis studiosorumq[ue] vtilitatem

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Ordinatissimi ac ingeniosi doctoris Laurentii Opimi Bononiensis Ordinis Seruorum egregia super quatuor libros sententiarum lectura Parisiis habita : quod quidem opus peracutum atq[ue] eruditissimum multis iam saeculis in hunc usq[ue] diem desyderatum nuperrime excusum est ad viuentis Dei laudem, et ad Christianae religionis studiosorumq[ue] vtilitatem
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Ordinatissimi ac ingeniosi doctoris Laurentii Opimi Bononiensis Ordinis Seruorum egregia super quatuor libros sententiarum lectura Parisiis habita
Title remainder
quod quidem opus peracutum atq[ue] eruditissimum multis iam saeculis in hunc usq[ue] diem desyderatum nuperrime excusum est ad viuentis Dei laudem, et ad Christianae religionis studiosorumq[ue] vtilitatem
Title variation
  • Egregia super quatuor libros Sententiarum lectura Parisiis habita
  • Super quatuor libros Sententiarum lectura Parisiis habita
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Language
lat
Summary
First edition of lectures on the Sententiarum libri IV of Peter Lombard, given by Lorenzo Opima in Paris.
Cataloging source
EQO
Citation location within source
  • page 476
  • O-196
  • CNCE 47148
Citation source
  • 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
  • Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries
  • EDIT 16
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
There were relatively few Italians lecturing in theology in Paris, as Farge's Biographical register of Paris doctors of theology shows. The fact that one of them, Opima, was a Servite testifies to the remarkable strength and growth of the order in central Italy in the Renaissance
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Ordinatissimi ac ingeniosi doctoris Laurentii Opimi Bononiensis Ordinis Seruorum egregia super quatuor libros sententiarum lectura Parisiis habita : quod quidem opus peracutum atq[ue] eruditissimum multis iam saeculis in hunc usq[ue] diem desyderatum nuperrime excusum est ad viuentis Dei laudem, et ad Christianae religionis studiosorumq[ue] vtilitatem
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Publication
Note
  • Place of printing and printer from colophon which reads: Venetijs p[er] Ioan. Ant. [et] fratres de Sabio. Anno d[omi]ni 1532 Mense Aprilis [April 1532]
  • Each of the four books has separate pagination and signatures
  • Signatures: a-h6 i4 2a-2h6 2i4 3a-3d6 4a-4c6
  • Leaf i4 is blank
  • Woodcuts: illustrated title page combining portraits, devotional iconography, and a coat of arms; the elaborate woodcut border features a white-on-black arabesques and foliage, a roundel of the Virgin and Child at the top, a crowned monogram "S.T" [?] at the bottom, and four portraits of Church doctors, two on each side, each with printed caption below: Urbanus de Bononia (-1403); Paulus Florentinus (1419-1499); Ambrosius de Spiera (-1454); and Filippo Mucagata (14th or 15th century); large woodcut arms in center of dedicatee Cardinal Girolamo da Lucca, prior general of the Order of Servites (on the title-page, see F. Barberi, Il frontispizio nel libro italiano del Quattrocento e del Cinquecento, pages 124-125); large portrait initial (10-line) of a monk, possibly the author himself, at beginning of text on leaf II; 12-line white vine initials at beginning of each of the other three books; smaller initials throughout
  • Title-page printed in roman and italic type; text and marginal references printed in gothic type, arranged in two columns; dedication and some of the errata printed in italic type
  • Errata: verso of leaf i3; recto of leaf 2i4
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Edition
Aeditio prima.
Extent
51, [1], 51, [1], 24, 17, [1] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in old vellum remboƮtage binding (vellum over cardboard). Several early ownership inscriptions on title page, including that of Frater Felix Celsus Luponensis. Purchase, Bennett Gilbert, 1996.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)43198971
  • ucoclc43198971
Label
Ordinatissimi ac ingeniosi doctoris Laurentii Opimi Bononiensis Ordinis Seruorum egregia super quatuor libros sententiarum lectura Parisiis habita : quod quidem opus peracutum atq[ue] eruditissimum multis iam saeculis in hunc usq[ue] diem desyderatum nuperrime excusum est ad viuentis Dei laudem, et ad Christianae religionis studiosorumq[ue] vtilitatem
Publication
Note
  • Place of printing and printer from colophon which reads: Venetijs p[er] Ioan. Ant. [et] fratres de Sabio. Anno d[omi]ni 1532 Mense Aprilis [April 1532]
  • Each of the four books has separate pagination and signatures
  • Signatures: a-h6 i4 2a-2h6 2i4 3a-3d6 4a-4c6
  • Leaf i4 is blank
  • Woodcuts: illustrated title page combining portraits, devotional iconography, and a coat of arms; the elaborate woodcut border features a white-on-black arabesques and foliage, a roundel of the Virgin and Child at the top, a crowned monogram "S.T" [?] at the bottom, and four portraits of Church doctors, two on each side, each with printed caption below: Urbanus de Bononia (-1403); Paulus Florentinus (1419-1499); Ambrosius de Spiera (-1454); and Filippo Mucagata (14th or 15th century); large woodcut arms in center of dedicatee Cardinal Girolamo da Lucca, prior general of the Order of Servites (on the title-page, see F. Barberi, Il frontispizio nel libro italiano del Quattrocento e del Cinquecento, pages 124-125); large portrait initial (10-line) of a monk, possibly the author himself, at beginning of text on leaf II; 12-line white vine initials at beginning of each of the other three books; smaller initials throughout
  • Title-page printed in roman and italic type; text and marginal references printed in gothic type, arranged in two columns; dedication and some of the errata printed in italic type
  • Errata: verso of leaf i3; recto of leaf 2i4
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Edition
Aeditio prima.
Extent
51, [1], 51, [1], 24, 17, [1] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in old vellum remboƮtage binding (vellum over cardboard). Several early ownership inscriptions on title page, including that of Frater Felix Celsus Luponensis. Purchase, Bennett Gilbert, 1996.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)43198971
  • ucoclc43198971

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