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Armandus De declaratio[n]e difficiliu[m] terminorum tam theologicalium q[ue] philosophie ac logice.

Author / Creator Armand, de Belvézer, active 1326-1334, author.
Imprint [Cologne] : [Retro Minores (Martin von Werden?) for Heinrich Quentell], [23 August 1499]
Description [110] leaves ; 22 cm (4to)
Language Latin
Subject Philosophy, Medieval -- Terminology -- Early works to 1800.
Theology -- Terminology -- Early works to 1800.
Philosophy, Medieval.
Early works.
Blind tooled bindings (Binding)
Wooden boards (Binding)
Manuscript waste (Binding)
Sammelbands (Provenance)
Incunabula -- Germany -- Cologne -- 1499.
Format Print, Book
Local Note University of Chicago Library's copy is number 2 of 2 titles bound together; bound with: John XXI, Pope. Duodecim tractatus Petri Hispa. [Tübingen] : [Johann Otmar], [15 August 1500].
Discovery of this item made possible by a gift from Julie and Roger Baskes.
University of Chicago Library's copy: Binding includes manuscript fragments.
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Varying Form of Title Armandus De declaratione difficilium terminorum tam theologicalium que philosophie ac logice
Other authors / contributors Quentell, Heinrich, -1501, publisher.
Provenance Former owner's monogram[?] on title page: D[?].C.A.C. [illegible]; decoration added to illustration on title page in pen by former owner.
Few former owners' manuscript annotations in 2 hands, partially trimmed on fore-edge.
Decoration: Red initials; rubricated; additional lines on leaf [55] verso crossed out in red.
Binding: Blind tooled vellum over wooden boards, tooling includes strawberry motif; evidence of catches and clasps; manuscript titles on spine and tail-edge; former owner has added drawing of castle[?] in ink on front cover; manuscript waste flyleaves, manuscript waste fragment 1 is a single leaf in a minuscule hand with part of homily on John 6, 1-2 likely for Dominica IV in Quadragesima, fragment 2 is a bifolium in a heavily abbreviated gothic hand.
Notes Colophon, leaf [100] verso: Armandi de Bellovisu diui ordinis p[rae]dicato[rum] fratris theosophie p[ro]fessoris eximij necno[n] sacri palatij apostolici magistri benemeriti, compendiu[m] difficiliu[m] termio[rum] theologie, philosophie, atq[ue] logice declaratiu[m], longis lucubrationibus in floridissimo Agrippinensi studio denuo reuisium elimatu[m]q[ue]. Opera atq[ue] impensis p[ro]uidi viri Henrici Quentell ciuis Colonien[sis] accuratissime exaratu[m] felici metha quieuit, in nobilis eua[n]geliferi Bartholomei pro festo anno proximo ante iubileu[m] centesimu[m].
Signatures: A-G⁶ H⁴ I-R⁶ S⁴ T⁶.
Printed in 2 columns; 46 lines; Haebler: Quentell types 5:75G, 6:63G, 7:80G, 10:155G, Retro Minores types 1:150G, 2:110G, 3:80G, 4:63G, 5:230G; captial spaces, some with guide letters; woodcut illustration on title page.
Last leaf blank.
Includes index.
Incunabula short title catalogue, entry ia01057000
Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, entry 02503
Hain, L. Repertorium bibliographicum, entry 1795*
Goff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries, entry A-1057
Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum, I, page 291 (IA.4704)
Proctor, R. Index to the early printed books in the British Museum, entry 1358
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Inkunabelkatalog, entry A-732

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