Farrago miscellaneorum Conradi VVimpinae à Fagis ... : opus profecto insigne, partim iam recens natum, partim uberiore foetu renatum, ac multa diligentia recognitum & castigatum ... / cum argumenta tum appendices Io. R.K. ...

Wimpina, Konrad, 1460-1531.
Standardized Title:
Farrago miscellaneorum
Coloniae : Apud Io. Soterem, anno MDXXXI [1531]
[4], 177, [1] leaves (leaf [178] blank) ; 32 cm. (fol.)
n-im s:i- usia reca (3) 1531 (R)
Theology -- Early works to 1800.
Manuscript waste (Binding)
Place of Publication:
Germany Cologne.
(from t. p.) I. De nobilitate Christi
II. De laudibus Christi
III. De nobilitate corporum coelestium
IIII. De signis & insomniis, eoru[m]q[ue] interpretationibus
v. De hypocrisi, superstitione & diuinatione
VI. De sex sopho[rum] erramentis, eo[rum]q[ue] confutationibus
VII. De Diuae Annae trinubio, & triu[m] filia[rum] eius asseruatione
VIII. De ortu, progressu & fructu sacrae theologiae
IX. De explanatione initii Euangelii secundu[m] Ioannem
X. De explanatione Symboli Athanasii.
Signatures: 2A⁴ a-e⁶ f-g⁴ h-k⁶ l⁸ m-z⁶ A-G⁶(G6 blank).
Printer's device (Wendland 3) by Anton Woensam on title page; some historiated initials.
Edited by Johann Horst von Romberch.
Also issued with his "Orationum sive sermonum liber unus," signed 2a-2i⁶, added. Cf. Adams.
Local notes:
Culture Class Collection copy bound in half early blind-tooled pig (spine and boards) and one quarter parchment ms. waste (outer corners; tail outer corner of right board wanting) over portions of 2 leaves of early parchment ms. waste (text from Guilelmus Peraldus, Summae virtutum ac vitiorum II.14, in dark ink in a Gothic bookhand with rubrics and paragraph marks in red and one visible initial in blue with red penwork extensions); 5 raised bands on spine; largely illegible paper ms. label at head of spine; remains of 2 fore-edge ties; 11 parchment finding tabs (9 intact).
Culture Class Collection copy has evidence of removed bookplate on front pastedown.
Culture Class Collection copy has early ms. ownership inscription ("Sum M. Ioannis Sartorij Are[n]sperge[n]sis") and autograph ("M. Joannes Sartorius Arens[per]ge[n]sis") of Johannes Sartorius (active 1583-1610) on title leaf; dated 16th-century ms. ownership inscription ("Sum M. Ioannis Staedlerj Ingolstadiensis An[n]o 86") of Johannes Städler (active 1584-1587) on title leaf.
Culture Class Collection copy has effaced stamp on title page.
Penn Provenance:
Sartorius, Johannes, active 1583-1610 (autograph) (former owner) (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Städler, Johannes, active 1584-1587 (former owner) (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
Cited in:
Adams W204
VD 16 K 1529
Woensam, Anton, von Worms, approximately 1500-approximately 1541, illustrator.
Romberch, Johann Horst von, active 1505-1532.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
German Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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