Incipit preclaru[m] op[us] q[uo]d Biblia pau[per]um appellat[ur] [per]utile omnib[us] predicatoribus..

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Author / Creator:Hannapes, Nicolas de, 1225?-1291.
Uniform title:Biblia pauperum. 1480
Imprint:[Venice : Georgius Walch, ca. 1480]
Description:1 online resource ([204] p.)
Language:Latin
Series:Early European books.
Subject:Bible -- Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.
Incunabula -- Italy -- Venice -- ca. 1480.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10100879
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Varying Form of Title:Preclarum opus quod Biblia pauperum appellatur perutile omnibus predicatoribus
First line on leaf [pi]1r: [T]anta pollet excellentia pr[ae]dicationis officiu[m] qu[od] Saluator n[oste]r d[omi]n[u]s I[esu]s [Christu]s ...
Other authors / contributors:Bonaventure, Saint, Cardinal, approximately 1217-1274
Walch, Georgius, printer.
Notes:"The work is a graduated subject-arrangement of a text by Nicolaus de Hanapis, Virtutum vitiorumque exempla, more generally called Exempla sacrae Scripturae, here attributed to S. Bonaventura (V. Scholderer in Gb Jb 1936 pp.61-62, reprinted in Fifty Essays (Amsterdam, 1966) pp.140-41: Version A)"--ISTC.
Caption title on leaf a1r.
Imprint suggested by ISTC.
Capital spaces, some with printed and ms. guide letters; item at ita-bnc-in2-00000695-002 lacks ms. guide letters.
Printed in 2 columns; 39-40 lines.
Signatures: [pi]² a-m⁸ n⁴.
Includes index.
Item at ita-bnc-in2-00000695-002 imperfect:; stained.
Item at ita-bnc-in2-00001757-001 imperfect: lacks leaves [n3v] and [n4r].
Reproduction of original in: Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze -- Incunabula.
Item at ita-bnc-in2-00000695-002 bound with: Postilla seu expositio l[itte]ralis & moralis Nicolai de Lira or[dinis] mi[norum] su[per] ep[isto]las & eva[n]gelia q[ua]dragesimalia : cu[m] q[u]onib[us] fr[atr]is Antonij betontini eiusde[m] ordinis. Impressum Venecijs : Per Ioannem Emericum de Spira alemanus, anno salutis. Mccccxciiij. octavo kal[end]as Iunias [25 May 1494]
ISTC, in00103500
BM 15th cent., V, p.274
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest, 2012 Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions.