Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Aristoteles:
De pomo et morte. Add: De bona fortuna (extracts of Magna Moralia and Ethica Eudemia). Costa Ben Luca: De differentia spiritus et animae. Pseudo- Aristoteles: Physiognomia; De inundatione Nili

ISTC No.ia01028000
AuthorAristoteles
TitleDe pomo et morte. Add: De bona fortuna (extracts of Magna Moralia and Ethica Eudemia). Costa Ben Luca: De differentia spiritus et animae. Pseudo- Aristoteles: Physiognomia; De inundatione Nili
Imprint[Cologne : Arnold Ther Hoernen, about 1472]
Format
NotesThe first five lines are usually printed in red, in some copies in black (e.g. Paris BN)
For the pseudo-Aristotelian texts see CIBN
Reference worksGoff A1028; Klebs 94.1; Osler(IM) 48; Voull(K) 161; Pell 1266; CIBN A-541; IDL 399; Hubay(Augsburg) 178; Walsh 348; Oates 439; Bod-inc A-416; Sheppard 724; Pr 958; BMC I 204; GW 2450; HC 1786
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1998. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 26 - Philosophy: Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Part I, PH 30

Holdings

Czech RepublicPrague NL
FranceDouai BM (imperfect)
Paris BN
GermanyAugsburg SStB
The NetherlandsLeiden UB 39
The Hague RL (2: 168 F 63 (3), 225 H 27)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IA.3206) (Imperfect, wanting quire [c] (leaves 17-24). From the Old Library. Formerly owned by Thomas Butler, vicar of Holy Trinity, Wenlock, c.1510. At that time it was bound with Albertanus, De arte loquendi, Antwerp, 1486 (GW 539, IA.49745) and with Aristoteles, Secreta, Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia (GW 2482, IA.49240))
Cambridge UL
Oxford Bodley
United States of AmericaCambridge MA, Harvard College Library, Houghton Library
Number of holding institutions10
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:17:07
 

Aristoteles:
De pomo et morte. Add: De bona fortuna (extracts of Magna Moralia and Ethica Eudemia). Costa Ben Luca: De differentia spiritus et animae. Pseudo- Aristoteles: Physiognomia; De inundatione Nili

ISTC No.ia01028000
AuthorAristoteles
TitleDe pomo et morte. Add: De bona fortuna (extracts of Magna Moralia and Ethica Eudemia). Costa Ben Luca: De differentia spiritus et animae. Pseudo- Aristoteles: Physiognomia; De inundatione Nili
Imprint[Cologne : Arnold Ther Hoernen, about 1472]
Format
NotesThe first five lines are usually printed in red, in some copies in black (e.g. Paris BN)
For the pseudo-Aristotelian texts see CIBN
Reference worksGoff A1028; Klebs 94.1; Osler(IM) 48; Voull(K) 161; Pell 1266; CIBN A-541; IDL 399; Hubay(Augsburg) 178; Walsh 348; Oates 439; Bod-inc A-416; Sheppard 724; Pr 958; BMC I 204; GW 2450; HC 1786
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1998. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 26 - Philosophy: Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Part I, PH 30

Holdings

Czech RepublicPrague NL
FranceDouai BM (imperfect)
Paris BN
GermanyAugsburg SStB
The NetherlandsLeiden UB 39
The Hague RL (2: 168 F 63 (3), 225 H 27)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IA.3206) (Imperfect, wanting quire [c] (leaves 17-24). From the Old Library. Formerly owned by Thomas Butler, vicar of Holy Trinity, Wenlock, c.1510. At that time it was bound with Albertanus, De arte loquendi, Antwerp, 1486 (GW 539, IA.49745) and with Aristoteles, Secreta, Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia (GW 2482, IA.49240))
Cambridge UL
Oxford Bodley
United States of AmericaCambridge MA, Harvard College Library, Houghton Library
Number of holding institutions10
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:17:07