Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Butrio, Antonius de:
Speculum de confessione. Add: Speculum animae peccatricis. Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus". Hugo de Sancto Caro: Speculum ecclesiae et sacerdotum. Rodericus Zamorensis: Speculum vitae humanae. Dionysius Carthusiensis: Speculum conversionis peccatorum

ISTC No.ib01347000
AuthorButrio, Antonius de
TitleSpeculum de confessione. Add: Speculum animae peccatricis. Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus". Hugo de Sancto Caro: Speculum ecclesiae et sacerdotum. Rodericus Zamorensis: Speculum vitae humanae. Dionysius Carthusiensis: Speculum conversionis peccatorum
ImprintLouvain : Johannes de Westfalia, [not before 1483-85]
Format
NotesDated in HPT
Reproductions of the watermarks found in the paper used in this edition are provided by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands.
The Speculum de confessione is probably by Berengarius Fredoli. The Speculum animae peccatricis, sometimes falsely attributed to Dionysius Carthusiensis, is now attributed either to Jacobus de Gruytrode (cf. Bloomfield) or to Jacobus de Clusa (cf. L. Meier, Die Werke des Erfurter Karthäusers Jakob von Jüterbog, Münster, 1955) (CIBN). Jacobus de Clusa also recorded as Jacobus de Jüterbog or de Paradiso (Verfasserlexikon 2, Bd 4 col.478ff). Ars moriendi sometimes 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
Rodericus Zamorensis also recorded as Rodrigo Sánchez de Arévalo
Reference worksGoff B1347; HC 4185*; Camp 391 (incl 589); ILC 497; Pell 3125; Elliott-Loose 156; CIBN B-951; Polain(B) 948; IDL 1094; IBP 1355; Voull(B) 4923; Hubay(Augsburg) 502; Sack(Freiburg) 884, 885; Borm 661; Finger 266; Oates 3785, 3786; BMC IX 150; BSB-Ink A-633; GW 5830
Related resourcesIISTC. Copy: Brussels BR, INC B 1514

Holdings

AustriaSalzburg, St. Peter
BelgiumBrussels, BR (2)
Leuven, Univ. (copy destroyed)
FranceParis BN
Saint-Omer (BM)
GermanyAugsburg SStB
Berlin SB (imperfect)
Darmstadt ULB (Inc.IV-325)
Düsseldorf ULB (imperfect)
Freiburg i.Br. DiözM
Freiburg i.Br. UB (imperfect)
Köln USB (I)
Limburg DiözB (imperfect)
München BSB
Regensburg SB
Rostock UB
Wolfenbüttel HAB
The NetherlandsGroningen UB 61
The Hague RL (169 E 11 (1)
PolandGdańsk PAN (imperfect)
RussiaMoscow SL (Dresden copy)
SwitzerlandBasel UB
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAberystwyth NLW (wanting the Speculum animae peccatricis and Dionysius Carthusiensis)
Birmingham, Oscott College (Speculum animae peccatricis and Dionysius Carthusiensis)
British Library (IB.49226) (Imperfect, wanting Dionysius Carthusiensis, which is made up from a copy of Camp 392)
British Library (MS.Add.50856 ff.70-104) (Contains Antonius de Butrio and Dionysius Carthusiensis only, the latter wanting leaves 1-5; acquisition 1962, not in BMC and formerly at Ripon CL where it also included the copy of Caxton's edition of Traversanus, Epitome now at Leeds UL (R.H. Martin, in Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society (Literary & Historical Section) 14 (1971) pp.99-157))
Cambridge UL (2, 1 wants Dionysius Carthusiensis and part of Rodericus, 1 Antonius only)
Cambridge, St John's College (Hugo de Sancto Caro only)
Lampeter UL
London, Lambeth Palace
St Andrews UL
United States of AmericaBaltimore MD, The Walters Art Museum Library
Duke Univ. Library (- Dionysius Carthusiensis)
General Theological Seminary (Rodericus Zamorensis only)
Indiana Univ., The Lilly Library
Redmond A. Burke, C.S.V., Chicago IL
Number of holding institutions36
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:22:00
 

Butrio, Antonius de:
Speculum de confessione. Add: Speculum animae peccatricis. Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus". Hugo de Sancto Caro: Speculum ecclesiae et sacerdotum. Rodericus Zamorensis: Speculum vitae humanae. Dionysius Carthusiensis: Speculum conversionis peccatorum

ISTC No.ib01347000
AuthorButrio, Antonius de
TitleSpeculum de confessione. Add: Speculum animae peccatricis. Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus". Hugo de Sancto Caro: Speculum ecclesiae et sacerdotum. Rodericus Zamorensis: Speculum vitae humanae. Dionysius Carthusiensis: Speculum conversionis peccatorum
ImprintLouvain : Johannes de Westfalia, [not before 1483-85]
Format
NotesDated in HPT
Reproductions of the watermarks found in the paper used in this edition are provided by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands.
The Speculum de confessione is probably by Berengarius Fredoli. The Speculum animae peccatricis, sometimes falsely attributed to Dionysius Carthusiensis, is now attributed either to Jacobus de Gruytrode (cf. Bloomfield) or to Jacobus de Clusa (cf. L. Meier, Die Werke des Erfurter Karthäusers Jakob von Jüterbog, Münster, 1955) (CIBN). Jacobus de Clusa also recorded as Jacobus de Jüterbog or de Paradiso (Verfasserlexikon 2, Bd 4 col.478ff). Ars moriendi sometimes 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
Rodericus Zamorensis also recorded as Rodrigo Sánchez de Arévalo
Reference worksGoff B1347; HC 4185*; Camp 391 (incl 589); ILC 497; Pell 3125; Elliott-Loose 156; CIBN B-951; Polain(B) 948; IDL 1094; IBP 1355; Voull(B) 4923; Hubay(Augsburg) 502; Sack(Freiburg) 884, 885; Borm 661; Finger 266; Oates 3785, 3786; BMC IX 150; BSB-Ink A-633; GW 5830
Related resourcesIISTC. Copy: Brussels BR, INC B 1514

Holdings

AustriaSalzburg, St. Peter
BelgiumBrussels, BR (2)
Leuven, Univ. (copy destroyed)
FranceParis BN
Saint-Omer (BM)
GermanyAugsburg SStB
Berlin SB (imperfect)
Darmstadt ULB (Inc.IV-325)
Düsseldorf ULB (imperfect)
Freiburg i.Br. DiözM
Freiburg i.Br. UB (imperfect)
Köln USB (I)
Limburg DiözB (imperfect)
München BSB
Regensburg SB
Rostock UB
Wolfenbüttel HAB
The NetherlandsGroningen UB 61
The Hague RL (169 E 11 (1)
PolandGdańsk PAN (imperfect)
RussiaMoscow SL (Dresden copy)
SwitzerlandBasel UB
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAberystwyth NLW (wanting the Speculum animae peccatricis and Dionysius Carthusiensis)
Birmingham, Oscott College (Speculum animae peccatricis and Dionysius Carthusiensis)
British Library (IB.49226) (Imperfect, wanting Dionysius Carthusiensis, which is made up from a copy of Camp 392)
British Library (MS.Add.50856 ff.70-104) (Contains Antonius de Butrio and Dionysius Carthusiensis only, the latter wanting leaves 1-5; acquisition 1962, not in BMC and formerly at Ripon CL where it also included the copy of Caxton's edition of Traversanus, Epitome now at Leeds UL (R.H. Martin, in Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society (Literary & Historical Section) 14 (1971) pp.99-157))
Cambridge UL (2, 1 wants Dionysius Carthusiensis and part of Rodericus, 1 Antonius only)
Cambridge, St John's College (Hugo de Sancto Caro only)
Lampeter UL
London, Lambeth Palace
St Andrews UL
United States of AmericaBaltimore MD, The Walters Art Museum Library
Duke Univ. Library (- Dionysius Carthusiensis)
General Theological Seminary (Rodericus Zamorensis only)
Indiana Univ., The Lilly Library
Redmond A. Burke, C.S.V., Chicago IL
Number of holding institutions36
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:22:00