Celebratissimi patris domini Bonaue[n]ture ordinis mino[rum] artis diuine summi discussoris [et] apostolice sedis e[pisco]pi cardinalis prologus in primu[m] libru[m] Sententia[rum].

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Bibliographic Details
Author / Creator:Bonaventure, Saint, Cardinal, approximately 1217-1274, author.
Uniform title:Commentaria in quatuor libros Sententiarum Magistri Petri Lombardi
Imprint:[Nuremberg] : [Anton Koberger], [after 2 March 1491]
Description:5 volumes ; 34 cm (folio)
Subject:Peter Lombard, -- Bishop of Paris, -- approximately 1100-1160. -- Sententiarum libri IV.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church.
Sententiarum libri IV (Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris)
Theology -- Early works to 1800.
Early works.
Incunabula -- Germany -- Nuremberg -- 1491.
Wooden boards (Binding)
Blind tooled bindings (Binding)
Cornerpieces (Furniture) (Binding)
Manuscript waste (Binding)
Annotations (Provenance)
Underscoring (Provenance)
Format: Print Book
Local Note:University of Chicago Library's copy with Tabula bound before volume 1; volume 2 lacking blank leaf at end.
Discovery of this item made possible by a gift from Julie and Roger Baskes.
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/2781303
Hidden Bibliographic Details
Varying Form of Title:Celebratissimi patris domini Bonauenture ordinis minorum artis diuine summi discussoris et apostolice sedis episcopi cardinalis prologus in primum librum Sententiarum
Other uniform titles:Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris, approximately 1100-1160. Sententiarum libri IV
Beckenhub, Johann, approximately 1440-
Koberger, Anton, approximately 1440-1513,
Provenance:Former owner's inscription: Conuentus Recollectoru[m] Hinsbergensiu[m].
Former owner's inscription: Bibli E[illegible].
Former owner's signature[?]: Thaennesen.
Tabula, volumes 1-2: Former owner's signatures[?]: Lortzin; Lortzino.
Former owners' manuscript annotations in several hands; underscoring and marginal index marks.
Decoration: Large blue initials with red pen-flourishing; medium and small alternating red and blue initials; rubricated in red and blue.
Tabula, volumes 1-2: Binding: Leather over wooden boards; evidence of clasps; faint manuscript cover title; modern rebacking.
Volumes 3-4: Binding: Blind tooled leather over wooden boards (rear board detached; back lacking, exposed cords); brass catches and clasps (missing); brass cornerpieces; manuscript waste pastedowns and sewing supports; pastedowns are fragments from manuscripts of theological or philosophical quaestiones.
Notes:Title from incipit, volume 1, leaf [3] recto.
Edited by Johann Beckenhab.
Incipit, volume 2, leaf [1] recto: Celebratissimi patris d[omi]ni Bonauenture ordinis mino[rum] ap[osto]lice sedis cardinalis [et] sublimitat theologice interp[rae]tis eximij p[er]lustratio in arcana secundi libri Sententia[rum].
Incipit, volume 3, leaf [2] recto: Celbratissimi patris domini Bonauenture ordinis mino[rum], ap[osto]lice sedes cardinalis [et] s[u[b[ti]limitatis tehologice interp[rae]tis eximij p[er]lustratio in archana tercij libri s[e]n[tent]ia[rum].
Incipit, volume 4, leaf [2] recto: Sancti Bonaue[n]ture doctoris deuotissimi super quartu[m] li. sen. disputata.
Tabula has title: Tabula super libros sententia[rum] cum Bonauentura.
"... Ex Bamberga anno a [Christi] natiuitate 1491 mensis Marcij die s[e]c[un]do"--Volume 1, leaf [2] verso.
Printer from "Iohannis Benkenhaub Moguntini in laudem vtriusq[ue] autoris carmen" (volume 1, leaf [2] recto).
"The table was probably printed apart from and later than the rest of the book; it alone has a title, and the table of Kilian Fischer's 1493 Freiburg edition [106 leaves] is sometimes found substituted for it"--Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum.
Signatures, volume 1: a⁸ b-z⁶ [et]⁶ [con]⁶ [tur]⁶ 2a-2e⁶ 2f¹⁰ 2g⁶.
Signatures, volume 2: 2A⁸ 2B-3T⁶ V⁶; 2A2-2A5 missigned 2A1-2A4.
Signatures, volume 3: A⁸ B-2L⁶ 2M⁸ 2N⁴.
Signatures, volume 4: a-b⁸ c-z⁶ A-S⁶ T-V⁸ X⁶.
Signatures, Tabula (volume 5): a⁸ b-q⁶ [1]⁶ 2⁶(2₆+1).
Volume 1: [204] leaves; voume 2: [260] leaves; volume 3: [218] leaves; volume 4: [272] leaves; tabula: [111] leaves.
Tabula, and tables of Bonaventure's questions in 2 columns; text with side-notes on inner margin, commentary in outer margin and below; 64 lines; Proctor, types 9, 18, 19; capital spaces, chiefly with guide letters.
Volume 2, first and last leaves blank; volume 3, first leaf blank; volume 4, first leaf blank; tabula, last leaf blank.
Includes index.
"Sequuntur varij articuli erronei omniu pene facultatum in Anglia et Parisus studiose [et] autoritatiue conde[m]nati cum reuocationibus eorundem"--Tabula, leaves [99] recto-[110] verso.
"Iacobus Wympfling Sletstatensis theologie doctor ad quoslibt theologie studios ... Qui id facturi sunt valeant et viuant felices cum felici [et] beato Bonaue[n]tura. Ex Nurenberga nobilissima Germanie ciuitate anno [Christi] M.cccc.xcj"--Volume 4, leaf [66] recto.
Incunabula short title catalogue, entry ip00486000
Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, entry M32527
Hain, L. Repertorium bibliographicum, entry 3540* (I-IV)
Goff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries, entry P-486
Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum, II, page 433 (IB.7406)
Proctor, R. Index to the early printed books in the British Museum, entry 2068
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Inkunabelkatalog, entry P-387
Polain, M.-L. Catalogue des livres imprimés au quinzième siècle des bibliothèques de Belgique, entry 795
Catalogue of the fifteenth-century printed books in the University Library, Cambridge, entry 1017
Pellechet, M. Catalogue général des incunables des bibliothèques publiques de France, entries 2714 (I-IV), 2715 (Tabula)

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Call Number: alc f Incun 1491.B7
Issues: v.5&1-2,v.3-4
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