Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Antoninus Florentinus:
Confessionale: Defecerunt scrutantes scrutinio. Add: Forma initiandi confessionis secundum Raynaldum

ISTC No.ia00790000
AuthorAntoninus Florentinus
TitleConfessionale: Defecerunt scrutantes scrutinio. Add: Forma initiandi confessionis secundum Raynaldum
Imprint[Rome? : n.pr., not after 9 Aug. 1472]
Imprint[Petrus de Turre],
Imprint[Milan : Antonius Zarotus],
Format
NotesThe BL copy was rubricated at Rome by or for 'Petrus Gundisalvi de la Tore ordinis Praedicatorum conventus Burgensis in Hispania' on 9 Aug. 1472. It hardly seems likely that this is the same person as the later Roman printer Petrus de Turre to whom BMC assigns the book (cf. Accurti, disputing the assignment of V. Scholderer in The Library 7 (1927) pp. 221-22). GW assigned to Zarotus. IGI VI lists as Italy, unassigned
Reference worksGoff A790; C 488 = 500; R 1126; Ganda(Zarotus) 223; Pell 827; IGI 619; Oates 1582; BMC VII 1128; GW 2083; Accurti(1930) p.129; Arnoult 87; Parguez 56
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2011. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 92 - Printing in Milan Part III, ML 189

Holdings

FranceLangres SHAL
Lyon BM (imperfect)
ItalyMantova C
Roma Cors (54.C.18)
Roma N (71.8.A.2)
Venezia N
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IB.17610) (Imperfect, wanting the first leaf (supplied in photocopy from the single leaf at St John's College, Cambridge))
Cambridge UL
United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress, Rare Book Division
Princeton Univ., Firestone Library (formerly London, Law Society)
Univ. of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center
Number of holding institutions11
Last Edit2021-05-10 19:35:02
 

Antoninus Florentinus:
Confessionale: Defecerunt scrutantes scrutinio. Add: Forma initiandi confessionis secundum Raynaldum

ISTC No.ia00790000
AuthorAntoninus Florentinus
TitleConfessionale: Defecerunt scrutantes scrutinio. Add: Forma initiandi confessionis secundum Raynaldum
Imprint[Rome? : n.pr., not after 9 Aug. 1472]
Imprint[Petrus de Turre],
Imprint[Milan : Antonius Zarotus],
Format
NotesThe BL copy was rubricated at Rome by or for 'Petrus Gundisalvi de la Tore ordinis Praedicatorum conventus Burgensis in Hispania' on 9 Aug. 1472. It hardly seems likely that this is the same person as the later Roman printer Petrus de Turre to whom BMC assigns the book (cf. Accurti, disputing the assignment of V. Scholderer in The Library 7 (1927) pp. 221-22). GW assigned to Zarotus. IGI VI lists as Italy, unassigned
Reference worksGoff A790; C 488 = 500; R 1126; Ganda(Zarotus) 223; Pell 827; IGI 619; Oates 1582; BMC VII 1128; GW 2083; Accurti(1930) p.129; Arnoult 87; Parguez 56
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2011. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 92 - Printing in Milan Part III, ML 189

Holdings

FranceLangres SHAL
Lyon BM (imperfect)
ItalyMantova C
Roma Cors (54.C.18)
Roma N (71.8.A.2)
Venezia N
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IB.17610) (Imperfect, wanting the first leaf (supplied in photocopy from the single leaf at St John's College, Cambridge))
Cambridge UL
United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress, Rare Book Division
Princeton Univ., Firestone Library (formerly London, Law Society)
Univ. of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center
Number of holding institutions11
Last Edit2021-05-10 19:35:02