Incunabula Short Title Catalogue


Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus" [Italian] Arte del ben morire

ISTC No.ia01106000
TitleArs moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus" [Italian] Arte del ben morire
ImprintFlorence : Francesco di Dino, 8 Aug. 1487
Format
NotesSometimes attributed to Matthaeus de Cracovia or to Albertus Magnus (and in Italian editions to Dominicus Capranica, Cardinal of Fermo); cf. A. Madre, Nikolaus von Dinkelsbühl (Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philos. u. Theol. des Mittelalters 40 (1965) p.292-295), and D. Mertens, Iacobus Carthusiensis (Göttingen, 1976) p.181
Reference worksGoff A1106; R 864; IGI 893; Bod-inc A-451; Sheppard 5089; GW 2624
Related resourcesElectronic facsimile : Biblioteca Riccardiana, Firenze (BEIC)
Microfiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2005. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 71 - Printing in Florence Part I, FL 11

Holdings

British Isles (without British Library)Oxford Bodley
ItalyFirenze N (Pal. E.6.3.44 imperfect)
Firenze Ricc
Milano N
Parma Pal (imperfect, wanting f.1)
Pistoia Fabr
Siena C
United States of AmericaYale Univ., Beinecke Library
Number of holding institutions8
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00


Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus" [Italian] Arte del ben morire

ISTC No.ia01106000
TitleArs moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus" [Italian] Arte del ben morire
ImprintFlorence : Francesco di Dino, 8 Aug. 1487
Format
NotesSometimes attributed to Matthaeus de Cracovia or to Albertus Magnus (and in Italian editions to Dominicus Capranica, Cardinal of Fermo); cf. A. Madre, Nikolaus von Dinkelsbühl (Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philos. u. Theol. des Mittelalters 40 (1965) p.292-295), and D. Mertens, Iacobus Carthusiensis (Göttingen, 1976) p.181
Reference worksGoff A1106; R 864; IGI 893; Bod-inc A-451; Sheppard 5089; GW 2624
Related resourcesElectronic facsimile : Biblioteca Riccardiana, Firenze (BEIC)
Microfiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2005. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 71 - Printing in Florence Part I, FL 11

Holdings

British Isles (without British Library)Oxford Bodley
ItalyFirenze N (Pal. E.6.3.44 imperfect)
Firenze Ricc
Milano N
Parma Pal (imperfect, wanting f.1)
Pistoia Fabr
Siena C
United States of AmericaYale Univ., Beinecke Library
Number of holding institutions8
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00