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The Resource Sacre theologie mag[ist]ri necn[on] sacri eloquii p[re]conis celeberrimi fratris Roberti de Litio ordinis Mino[rum] p[ro]fessoris op[us] q[ua]dragesimale p[er]utilissimu[m] quod de penitentia dictu[m] est feliciter incipit

Sacre theologie mag[ist]ri necn[on] sacri eloquii p[re]conis celeberrimi fratris Roberti de Litio ordinis Mino[rum] p[ro]fessoris op[us] q[ua]dragesimale p[er]utilissimu[m] quod de penitentia dictu[m] est feliciter incipit

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Sacre theologie mag[ist]ri necn[on] sacri eloquii p[re]conis celeberrimi fratris Roberti de Litio ordinis Mino[rum] p[ro]fessoris op[us] q[ua]dragesimale p[er]utilissimu[m] quod de penitentia dictu[m] est feliciter incipit
Title
Sacre theologie mag[ist]ri necn[on] sacri eloquii p[re]conis celeberrimi fratris Roberti de Litio ordinis Mino[rum] p[ro]fessoris op[us] q[ua]dragesimale p[er]utilissimu[m] quod de penitentia dictu[m] est feliciter incipit
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Language
lat
Summary
An early edition of a collection of sermons, one of the most popular texts of the 15th century.
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Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
  • V:207-208 (IB. 20012)
  • C-169
  • 6064
  • 4426
Citation source
  • Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum
  • Goff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries
  • Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke
  • Hain, L. Repertorium bibliographicum
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
The sermons were written between 1464 and 1471, and immediately printed in 1472. That year, no fewer than four Venetian editions and one Rome edition were printed
Label
Sacre theologie mag[ist]ri necn[on] sacri eloquii p[re]conis celeberrimi fratris Roberti de Litio ordinis Mino[rum] p[ro]fessoris op[us] q[ua]dragesimale p[er]utilissimu[m] quod de penitentia dictu[m] est feliciter incipit
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from caption title on recto of leaf [3]
  • Place of printing and printer's name from Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum; imprint date from colophon
  • Colophon: ... Candida p[er]petuae non deerit fama Cremonae: Phidiacum hinc sup[er]at Bartholomeus ebur cedite chalcographi ..
  • Without signatures; UCLA copy has manuscript signatures added in red: A-B10 c-g10 h8 i-o10 p14 q-r10 [long S]10 s-t10 v10 u10 X-Z10 [et]10 [con]10 [rum]10 AA10 Bb10 cc-ff10
  • First and last leaves are blank
  • UCLA copy gives the appearance of a quarto, but some of its leaves are in folio, from a very small forme having a scales-in-circle watermark
  • Text printed in roman type; spaces left for capitals
  • Table of contents, beginning "Hec est tabula omnium sermonum co[n]te[n]to[rum] hoc i[n] uolumine," on two leaves preceding text
Dimensions
25 cm (4to and folio)
Extent
[342] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: imperfect, first and last blank leaves wanting. Rubricated throughout; capitals supplied in red; with manuscript foliation and signatures; some marginal annotations and manicules (pointing finger) in a contemporary hand. Half-binding of 19th-century brown marbled paper over calf boards; gold-stamped spine title "Roberti de Lytio Quadragesimale. Cremonae MCCCCLXXII." Two 15th-century ownership inscriptions, partially effaced below colophon at end. In modern green cloth-covered phase box and matching green leather and mauve sprinkled paper slipcase; gold-stamped box title "Caraccioli. Sermones quadragesimales de poenitentia." Purchase, Laurence Witten Rare Books, 1983.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)11066465
  • ucoclc11066465
Label
Sacre theologie mag[ist]ri necn[on] sacri eloquii p[re]conis celeberrimi fratris Roberti de Litio ordinis Mino[rum] p[ro]fessoris op[us] q[ua]dragesimale p[er]utilissimu[m] quod de penitentia dictu[m] est feliciter incipit
Publication
Note
  • Title from caption title on recto of leaf [3]
  • Place of printing and printer's name from Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum; imprint date from colophon
  • Colophon: ... Candida p[er]petuae non deerit fama Cremonae: Phidiacum hinc sup[er]at Bartholomeus ebur cedite chalcographi ..
  • Without signatures; UCLA copy has manuscript signatures added in red: A-B10 c-g10 h8 i-o10 p14 q-r10 [long S]10 s-t10 v10 u10 X-Z10 [et]10 [con]10 [rum]10 AA10 Bb10 cc-ff10
  • First and last leaves are blank
  • UCLA copy gives the appearance of a quarto, but some of its leaves are in folio, from a very small forme having a scales-in-circle watermark
  • Text printed in roman type; spaces left for capitals
  • Table of contents, beginning "Hec est tabula omnium sermonum co[n]te[n]to[rum] hoc i[n] uolumine," on two leaves preceding text
Dimensions
25 cm (4to and folio)
Extent
[342] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: imperfect, first and last blank leaves wanting. Rubricated throughout; capitals supplied in red; with manuscript foliation and signatures; some marginal annotations and manicules (pointing finger) in a contemporary hand. Half-binding of 19th-century brown marbled paper over calf boards; gold-stamped spine title "Roberti de Lytio Quadragesimale. Cremonae MCCCCLXXII." Two 15th-century ownership inscriptions, partially effaced below colophon at end. In modern green cloth-covered phase box and matching green leather and mauve sprinkled paper slipcase; gold-stamped box title "Caraccioli. Sermones quadragesimales de poenitentia." Purchase, Laurence Witten Rare Books, 1983.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)11066465
  • ucoclc11066465

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