Commentaria in Psalmos

Type: Incunabulum

Date: approximately 1475-1476

Imprint: [Nuremberg] : [Johann Sensenschmidt and Andreas Frisner], [approximately 1475-1476]

Setting: Nuremberg, Germany

Format: Unidentified

Setting: Nuremberg, Germany

Contents/Title: Petri lumbardi Quem [et] magist[rum] sententia[rum] dicimus glosa ordinaria in prophetam : de quo dominus ait elegi mihi dauid vi[rum] secundū cor meum hic intitulatur liber.

Shelf Mark: Inc.Lat.5

Location: Call no. BS1429 P48 1475


Extent: 415 unnumbered leaves ; 32 cm 

Binding: Contemporary pigskin over wooden boards ; worm holes ; part of brass clasp missing. Leaves have some slight worming. Lacking initial blank & ff. 31, 40 & 414 which are supplied in near contemporary manuscript. Waste manuscripts used in binding. Printed in black with some letters in red. Manuscript notes on endpapers. 

Provenance: Purchased from Cheffins Fine Art Auctioneers on the Special Collections Department fund and the George & Lola Kidd Library Collection Enrichment Fund 2019.

See also: Fragmentarium


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