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Summole [manuscript] / Jo[annes] Antonij de Colis.

Author/Creator:
Colis, Joannes Antonius de.
Other Title:
Summolarum liber.
Logica, sive summole.
Intellectus, sive ratio, a quo homo dicitur animal rationale est facultas spiritualis a natura nobis indita.
Publication:
[Italy, 16--]
Format/Description:
Manuscript
92 leaves : paper ; 196 x 136 (147 x 85) mm. bound to 205 x 136 mm.
Subjects:
Logic -- Early works to 1800.
Form/Genre:
Codices.
Diagrams.
Manuscripts, Italian -- 17th century.
Manuscripts, Latin -- 17th century.
Manuscripts, European.
Language:
Italian and Latin.
Summary:
Work on logic, by Joannes Antonius de Colis.
Notes:
Ms. codex.
Title from contemporary or slightly later inscription (inside upper cover) and closing rubric (f. 91r, 92v); additional title on upper cover (in pencil in a later hand): Summolarum liber; title from opening rubric (f. 1r): Logica, sive summole.
Incipit (f. 1r): Intellectus, sive ratio, a quo homo dicitur animal rationale est facultas spiritualis a natura nobis indita ...
Foliation: Paper, 92; 1-92; contemporary foliation in ink, upper right recto.
Layout: Written in 27 long lines; ruled in drypoint.
Script: Written in a cursive script by a single hand.
Decoration: Includes a few schematic diagrams.
Binding: Contemporary paper boards. Cover deteriorating at edges and spine. Lower pastedown pulling loose. Various stains and smudges. Some evidence of water damage. Small portion of the lower cover and of the adjacent book block deteriorated or eaten away, with no loss of text.
Origin: Written in Italy in the 17th century (Zacour-Hirsch).
Penn Provenance:
Accessioned, 1959.
Cited in:
Described in Zacour, Norman P. and Hirsch, Rudolf. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1965), p. 102 (Ms. Italian 52).
Cited as:
UPenn Ms. Codex 293
OCLC:
155964287
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