Interrogationes doctrine : quibus quilibet sacerdos debet interrogare suum confite[n]tem.

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Other Title:
Interrogationes doctrinae
Imprime a Rouen : Par Iehan Moulin : Pour Iehan Mace demourant a Rennes, Michel Angier demourant a Caen, et Richard Mace demourant a Rouen ..., [ca. 1510-1520]
[16] p. ; 14 cm. (8vo)
i*bi isis adet emus (C) 1510 (Q)
Confession -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
France Rouen.
France Rennes.
France Caen.
"Also published under the title 'Confessionale'."--Hirsch.
Place of printing and printer's and booksellers' names from colophon on leaf [A]8v, which reads: Imprime a rouen par Iehan moulin: pour Iehan Mace demourant a rennes: Michel Angier demourant a Caen: et richard Mace demourant a rouen pres nostre dame en lenseigne des ci[n]q chappeletz deuant le portail aux libraires.
Imprint date from Hirsch.
Signatures: [A]⁸.
Without signatures or pagination.
Floriated initials.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries copy is no. 6 in a volume of 11 works printed in France in the early 16th century. "The contents are a mixture of grammatical and theological tracts, to teach Latin and to train clergymen, almost certainly at the University of Caen."--Hirsch.
Purchased for the Penn Libraries in 1956.
Penn Libraries copy has early ms. notes (a timeline of events occuring from 10 October through 30 November?) on front pastedown; early ms. notes regarding ecclesiastical events occuring in the 1520s in Urbino(?) on verso of back free endpaper and back pastedown.
Penn Libraries copy bound in full contemporary blind-tooled leather; 3 raised bands on spine; blind-tooled spine panels; evidence of 2 fore-edge ties; all edges blue.
Penn Libraries copy: pastedowns and back free endpaper lightly wormed with damage to ms. inscriptions.
Photocopy available for public use.
Penn Chronology:
1510-1520 (ca.)
Cited in:
Hirsch, R. Rouen and Caen imprints, ca. 1510-1520. (Gutenberg Jahrbuch 51 (1976): 190-193), 6
Moulin, Jehan, printer.
Angier, Michel, fl. 1501-1545, bookseller.
Macé, Jehan, bookseller.
Macé, Richard, bookseller.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
French Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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