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LCN: 14491525 P-222(1) Wanting the blank leaf [HH8].
Leaf [F9] of the BMC collation is misbound after [GG4]. On [a1r] an inhabited six-line German initial ‘C' is supplied in pink with acanthus scrolling on a cream ground within a red frame; the area defined by the letter contains an angel in pink, red, yellow and blue on a green and blue ground, supporting a shield bearing the arms of ‘Gregor Fritz' (Sheppard): argent, an oak twig with acorn between leaves with intertwining stems vert; there is a foliate extension into the upper margin in green; there is foliate decoration in the inner and lower margins in green, pink, maroon, blue, red, and gold, surmounted at the head of the inner margin by a bird in grey, black, pink, and red.
ee1v ‘Determinatio Parisius facta per almam facultatem theologicam.’ Incipit: ‘[U]niversis orthodoxe fidei zelatoribus cancellarius ecclesie Parisiensis et facultas theologie in alma vniuersitate Parisiensi . Triple fillets form the inner rectangle, which is divided by further double fillets into triangular compartments decorated with the Evangelist stamp and the star stamp. Paper label bearing the number ‘411' at the tail of the spine. Provenance: Weissenau, Württemberg, diocese of Konstanz, Premonstratensians, SS.
On both covers intersecting triple fillets form the outer frame within which is a circular rosette stamp, a circular Evangelist stamp (S. Intersecting triple fillets form the inner frame within which is a foliate stamp. Remains of two paper labels, one at the head of the upper cover, the other at the head of the spine. Principal six- to eight-line initials are supplied in interlocked red and blue; other three- to five-line initials, some with extensions into the margins, are supplied in red or blue.
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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
Provenance: Unidentified coat of arms; see note, above.
ee2v [Aliaco, Petrus De: Preface to] ‘Excerpta principalium articulorum tractatus cuiusdam contra errores fratris Johannis de Montesono ordinis predicatorum Parisius condemnatos.’ See P‑228. ff1r ‘Tabula distinctionum.’ ‘Registrum breue et vtile omnes fere sententias, questiones et conclusiones in quatuor Sententiarum libris tactas continens . .’ ff9v [Colophon.] ff10r ‘Registrum.’ Imprint Imprint: Venice: [Bonetus Locatellus] for Octavianus Scotus, 16 Dec. Binding: Contemporary German (Weissenau, Premonstratensians, Kyriß workshop no.
Collation Collation: a–z [et] [con] [rum] aa–dd P-231(1) Leaf ff10 contains the register (not blank, as BMC).
Analysis of Content a1r [Title-page.] a1v ‘Tituli questionum sancti Thome super primum librum Sententiarum.’ Incipit: ‘An doctrina theologie sit necessaria. a6r Henricus de Gorichen: [Commentary on Sententiarum libri.] ‘Conclusiones.’ Incipit: ‘Ista est secunda pars principalis huius libri in qua magister determinatio prohemio .
a3r ‘Rubrice libri primi.’ See Stegmüller, Repertorium commentariorum, 1. The prologue for book 3 is added on to the end of the text of book 2. dd1v [219 errors condemned by Stephen, Bishop of Paris.] See A‑459. dd4v ‘Errores Joannis de Mericuria' (Johannes de Mirecourt). dd5r ‘Articuli contra magistrum Nicolaum de Ultricuria' (Nicolaus d'Autrecourt). dd6v [Articles condemned by the Bishop of Paris and the masters of theology.] Incipit: ‘Item quod diuina essentia in se nec ab homine nec ab angelo videtur . We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.