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Contenta. Ricoldi ordinis prædicatorum contra sectam Mahumeticam/ non indignus scitu libellus : Cuiusdam diu captiui Turcoru[m] prouinciæ septem castrensis/ de vita & moribus eorundem alius non minus necessarius libellvs solisto domino cvm P. et S.S. in secula. Adiu[n]ct[us] est insup[er] libell[us] de vita & morib[us] Iudæoru[m].

Author/Creator:
Ricoldo da Montecroce, 1242-1320.
Publication:
[Parisiis : Henricus Stephanus, 1511]
Format/Description:
Book
86 leaves : ill. ; 19 cm. (4to)
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jpiu iss& emnæ demu (3) 1511 (R)
Subjects:
Islam -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Turks -- Early works to 1800.
Judaism -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
France Paris.
Notes:
Signatures: a-h⁴/⁸ i⁴ k⁶ l-o⁴/⁸ p⁴.
Part 2 has title: De vita et moribvs Ivdeorvmvictoris de Carben alim iudei nunc Christi miseratione Christiani libellvs.
On the first title the phrase beginning with "libellvs soli" is in the form of a cross with a triangular base.
The title of the second part is preceeded by a woodcut of God the Father flanked by two angels and holding the crucified Christ.
The second tract, De vita et moribus Turcorum, leaves 29-62, is by Georgius de Hungaria, 1422-1502.
Colophon from part 1 (leaf l4v): Libelloru[m] de impugnatione legis Turcoru[m] & de morib[us] vita & neq[ui]tia eoru[m]: impressoru[m] Parisijs i officina Henrici Stephani e regione scholaru[m] Decretoru[m] sita/ finis. anno Christi dei per sa[n]guine[m] testame[n]ti sui et Eua[n]geliu[m] æternu[m] vbiq[ue] crædendu[m] & venera[n]du[m] SALVTARIS nostri. M.D. XI. 16. Aprilis.
Part 2 has colophon: LIBELLI de vita & moribus Iudæorum d[omi]no Victore nunc Sacerdote Christiano olim Iudaeo et totius operis Finis Parisijs ex officina He[n]rici Stephani Anno Domini. 1511. Vltima Aprilis.
Woodcut initials.
Initial spaces with guide letters.
Printed marginalia.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries copy imperfect: all after leaf l4 (i.e. part 2) wanting.
Penn Libraries copy has early ms. annotation in brown ink on leaf h5; a few early ms. marginal marks in brown ink in text.
Penn Libraries copy: leaves closely cropped at head margin with occasional minor damage to running title.
Penn Chronology:
1511
Cited in:
Renouard, A.A. Annales de l'imprimerie des Estienne, p. 8, no. 1
Schrieber, F. The Estiennes, no. 11
Contributor:
Pincernes, Bartholomaeus, fl. 16th century.
Le Fèvre, Jacques, ca. 1465-1537.
Carben, Victor von, 1422-1515.
Georgius, de Hungaria, ca. 1422-1502.
Georgius, de Hungaria, ca. 1422-1502.
OCLC:
16778585