The Resource [Nosce te and four other works]

[Nosce te and four other works]

Label
[Nosce te and four other works]
Title
[Nosce te and four other works]
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Member of
Action
Cataloged
Cataloging source
BRL
Citation location within source
  • J-274
  • V, p. 181
  • ij00274000
Citation source
  • Goff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries
  • Catalogue of books printed during the XVth century now in the British Museum
  • Incunabula short title catalogue
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Incunabula (Collection of Distinction)
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active 1480
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Joannes Carthusiensis
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX1749
LC item number
.J63 1480
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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approximately 1420-1480
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Jenson, Nicolas
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  • Catholic Church
  • Theology, Doctrinal
Label
[Nosce te and four other works]
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title devised by cataloger
  • Five works, with separate caption titles and colophons
  • Colophon to 1st work (Nosce te): Actum hoc opus ex inclyta atq[ue] famosa officina Nicolai Ienson Gallici: olympiadibus d[omi]nicis. Anno uidelicet Mcccclxxx, q[ua]rtas k[a]le[n]das Iulias [28 June 1480]
  • Colophon to 2nd work (Corona senum): Actum quoq[ue] hoc opus ex inclyta famosaq[ue] officina Nicolai Ieson [sic] ... anno dominice natiuitatis Mcccclxxx quintas nonas Iulias [3 July 1480]
  • Colophon to 3rd work (De humilitate interiori ...): Actu[m] quoq[ue] opus Venetiis ex inclyta famosaq[ue] officina Nicolai Ienson ... Anno dominice natiutitatis Mcccc [sic] pridie nonas iulias [6 July 1400, i.e. 1480]
  • Colophon to 4th work (De immensa charitate Dei): Actum quoque est hoc opus Venetiis, ex inclyta, atque famosa officina Nicolai Ieson [sic] ... Anno dominice natiuitatis Mccccclxxx [sic] nonas Iulias [7 July 1580, i.e. 1480]
  • Colophon to 5th work (Libellus in praeparatione infirmorum): Actum quoq[ue] hoc opus Venetiis ex inclyta famosaq[ue] officina summi uiri Nicolai Ienson ... Anno dominice natiuitatis Mcccclxxx decimasquartas k[a]lendas Sextiles [19 July 1480]
  • Signatures: a-ńı o℗£℗ø (a1 and o12 blank); ℗øa-ćı (℗øa1 blank); ℗đáı (℗đa1 and ℗đa8 blank); ́þa℗£℗ø (́þa1 blank); ́æa-ǵı (́æa1 and ́æg8 blank)
  • Chancery quarto; 26 lines per page; initial spaces, some with guide letters
Contents
... Nosce te ... -- Liber qui intitulatur Corona senum -- Frater Ioannes ad fratres suos Carthusiensis Patauine cartusiae habitantes de humilitate interiori & pacientia uera -- Ad fratres suos Cartusienses domus sanctorum Hieronymi & Bernardi prope Paduam de i[m]mensa charitate dei ... -- Libellus in praeparatione infirmorum ..
Extent
1 online resource ([216] leaves)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy quarterbound in ca. 19th-century calfskin and marbled papers. Spine ruled and stamped in gilt with the monogram "F.S." under a crown in the lower compartment. Dealer's description tipped on to front pastedown. Early inscription on a1 verso: "Hic liber est congregationis s[an]c[t]e [Iustine?] deputatus Monasterio sancte [Mariae sive Abbatiae?] florentine qu[a]e dominus Marcell [...]" Ink stamp of the Strozzi family of Florence on a2 recto. Early/contemporary manuscript foliation in upper right margins. Early/contemporary marginalia. Some initials supplied in brown ink. Manuscript "tabula christiane religionis" on ℗đa12 verso to ́þa1 recto. Initials supplied in red ink (́æf8 to ́æg3). Leaf dimensions 200 x 138. Purchased June, 1943.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
[Nosce te and four other works]
Link
Publication
Note
  • Title devised by cataloger
  • Five works, with separate caption titles and colophons
  • Colophon to 1st work (Nosce te): Actum hoc opus ex inclyta atq[ue] famosa officina Nicolai Ienson Gallici: olympiadibus d[omi]nicis. Anno uidelicet Mcccclxxx, q[ua]rtas k[a]le[n]das Iulias [28 June 1480]
  • Colophon to 2nd work (Corona senum): Actum quoq[ue] hoc opus ex inclyta famosaq[ue] officina Nicolai Ieson [sic] ... anno dominice natiuitatis Mcccclxxx quintas nonas Iulias [3 July 1480]
  • Colophon to 3rd work (De humilitate interiori ...): Actu[m] quoq[ue] opus Venetiis ex inclyta famosaq[ue] officina Nicolai Ienson ... Anno dominice natiutitatis Mcccc [sic] pridie nonas iulias [6 July 1400, i.e. 1480]
  • Colophon to 4th work (De immensa charitate Dei): Actum quoque est hoc opus Venetiis, ex inclyta, atque famosa officina Nicolai Ieson [sic] ... Anno dominice natiuitatis Mccccclxxx [sic] nonas Iulias [7 July 1580, i.e. 1480]
  • Colophon to 5th work (Libellus in praeparatione infirmorum): Actum quoq[ue] hoc opus Venetiis ex inclyta famosaq[ue] officina summi uiri Nicolai Ienson ... Anno dominice natiuitatis Mcccclxxx decimasquartas k[a]lendas Sextiles [19 July 1480]
  • Signatures: a-ńı o℗£℗ø (a1 and o12 blank); ℗øa-ćı (℗øa1 blank); ℗đáı (℗đa1 and ℗đa8 blank); ́þa℗£℗ø (́þa1 blank); ́æa-ǵı (́æa1 and ́æg8 blank)
  • Chancery quarto; 26 lines per page; initial spaces, some with guide letters
Contents
... Nosce te ... -- Liber qui intitulatur Corona senum -- Frater Ioannes ad fratres suos Carthusiensis Patauine cartusiae habitantes de humilitate interiori & pacientia uera -- Ad fratres suos Cartusienses domus sanctorum Hieronymi & Bernardi prope Paduam de i[m]mensa charitate dei ... -- Libellus in praeparatione infirmorum ..
Extent
1 online resource ([216] leaves)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy quarterbound in ca. 19th-century calfskin and marbled papers. Spine ruled and stamped in gilt with the monogram "F.S." under a crown in the lower compartment. Dealer's description tipped on to front pastedown. Early inscription on a1 verso: "Hic liber est congregationis s[an]c[t]e [Iustine?] deputatus Monasterio sancte [Mariae sive Abbatiae?] florentine qu[a]e dominus Marcell [...]" Ink stamp of the Strozzi family of Florence on a2 recto. Early/contemporary manuscript foliation in upper right margins. Early/contemporary marginalia. Some initials supplied in brown ink. Manuscript "tabula christiane religionis" on ℗đa12 verso to ́þa1 recto. Initials supplied in red ink (́æf8 to ́æg3). Leaf dimensions 200 x 138. Purchased June, 1943.
Specific material designation
remote

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