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Summa Pisani cum supplemento ... : que alias Magistrutia seu Pisanella appellatur.

Author/Creator:
Nicholas, of Osimo, d. 1453.
Standardized Title:
Supplementum Summae Pisanellae
Other Title:
Incipit of text (leaf [a]2r): Feliciter Summa Pisani cum supplemento incipit, que alias Magistrutia seu Pisanella appellatur
Explicit of text (leaf [2F]7r): Summa Magistrutia alias Pisanella vulgariter appellatu[m] finit feliciter
Publication:
[Reutlingen : Michael Greyff, 5 Jan. 1482]
Format/Description:
Book
[420] leaves (the first and last leaves blanks) ; 28 cm. (fol.)
Fingerprint:
lius toco side celu (C) 1482 (R)
Subjects:
Penance (Canon law) -- Early works to 1800.
Conscience -- Early works to 1800.
Form/Genre:
Incunabula -- Germany -- Reutlingen -- 1482.
Wooden boards (Binding)
Manuscript waste (Binding)
Place of Publication:
Germany Reutlingen.
Notes:
An enlargement, completed by Nicolaus of Osimo in 1444, of the Summa de casibus conscientiae by Bartholomew of San Concordio. Arranged alphabetically by topic.
Title from incipit of text on leaf [a]2r.
Place and date of printing from colophon on leaf [2F]7r, which reads: Anno d[omi]ni. M.cccc.lxxxij. Sabbato ante e[pi]p[han]ie. In Rütlingen deo auxiliante opus terminaru[m] insigne. Summa Magistrutia alias Pisanella vulgariter appellatu[m]. Finit feliciter.
Printer's name from ISTC. (GW assigns to Johann Otmar.)
Chancery folio, printed in double columns. Leaf [a]2r: 45 lines; area of text: 195 x 125 mm.; col. width: 57 mm. Initial spaces; spaces for paragraph marks. Without signatures, foliation or catchwords.
Signatures: [a]-[h]⁸ [i]-[k]¹⁰ [l]-[r]⁸ [s]-[t]⁶ [v]-[z]⁸ [A]-[L]⁸ [M]-[N]¹⁰ [O]-[2F]⁸.
Leaves [a]1 and [2F]8 are blanks.
BM 15th cent., GW and BSB-Ink. record a variant in which gathering [L] contains 10 leaves and gathering [N] contains 8 leaves.
Local notes:
Leaf size: 269 x 171 mm.
Penn Libraries copy: rubrication: initials, paragraph marks, underlines and capital strokes supplied in red; red ms. marginal annotation on leaf [b]2v.
Presented to the Penn Libraries in 1955 by Boies Penrose.
Penn Libraries copy has early ms. underlines and manicule in brown ink on leaf [f]6r; a few early ms. marginal annotations in brown ink in text; signature marks supplied in early ms. in brown ink on many leaves; modern ms. pagination in pencil in head outer corner of rectos of leaves; early signature marks supplied in modern ms. in pencil on the first leaf of some gatherings; early ms. inscription ("[pro]pter deu[m]") in brown ink on head turn-in of left board; ms. inscription ("Duplum.") on inside left board.
Penn Libraries copy has partially illegible 16th-century ms. ownership inscription ("Michael : Haÿdecker a sarnis in trackhenstain me possidet a d. Martino Sh[...]e[...]") of Michael Haydecker on leaf [a]1r; dated 20th-century ms. bookseller's note ("Perfect (slightly wormed at commencement[?]) pp. B. Quaritch, Ltd. F.W., 17.2.28") in pencil on inside of right board.
Penn Libraries copy bound in one quarter pig(?) over blind-tooled parchment(?) over square-edged wooden boards; 3 raised bands on spine; parchment spine label with ms. shelf-mark ("227."); largely effaced ms. inscription at head of spine; partially illegible early ms. title ("Su[...] pisanj Magistrutia seu pisanella") on tail edge; evidence of 2 fore-edge clasps and catchplates; center bifolia of many gatherings reinforced with early ms. parchment strips (binder's waste).
Penn Libraries copy: leaves cropped with occasional damage to ms. marginalia and occasional damage to or loss of ms. signature marks; leaves occasionally dampstained at margins; leaf [l]2 has tear in tail margin; leaf [q]1 has tear in fore-edge margin; boards and some leaves at beginning and end of volume lightly wormed.
Penn Provenance:
Haydecker, Michael (former owner) (inscription)
Penrose, Boies, 1902-1976 (donor)
Bernard Quaritch (Firm) (inscription)
Penn Chronology:
1482 (5 Jan.)
Cited in:
Goff N-56
BM 15th cent. II, p. 577 (IB.10681)
GW M26241
BSB-Ink. N-80
ISTC in00056000
Contributor:
Bartholomew, of San Concordio, 1262-1347.
Greyff, Michael, d. ca. 1512, printer.
Incunable Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
249357942
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