Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Cato, Dionysius:
Disticha de moribus. Comm: Philippus de Bergamo, Robertus de Euremodio

ISTC No.ic00295000
AuthorCato, Dionysius
TitleDisticha de moribus. Comm: Philippus de Bergamo, Robertus de Euremodio
ImprintLyons : Jean de Vingle, 28 Jan. 1497/98
Format
NotesWoodcuts
The year of printing is probably 1497 because the 28 Jan. 1498 was a Sunday (cf CIBN and Hillard)
Rather than a commentary on the Disticha Catonis this text is an original work, Speculum regiminis, by Philippus de Bergamo with additions by Robertus de Euremodio (cf. Goff and Hillard)
Reference worksGoff C295; Cl IV 236; Pell 3422; CIBN C-171; IBE 1529; Ohly-Sack 835; Hubay(Augsburg) 540; Günt(L) 1707; Walsh 3816; Bod-inc C-127; Sheppard 6699; Pr 8647; BSB-Ink D-207; GW 6280; HC 4713*; Hillard 597; Arnoult 430; Fernillot 187 (& ill. XXIX); Parguez 313; Maignien(Grenoble) 205; Döring-Fuchs D-78

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 4.G.17)
Czech RepublicPrague NL
FranceBordeaux BM
Châlons BM
Grenoble BM
Langres SHAL
Lyon BM (2, 1 imperfect)
Paris BN (2)
Paris Institut national de recherche pédagogique
Paris Mazarine
Paris Sorbonne
Roanne BM (imperfect)
Troyes BM
GermanyAugsburg SStB
Bamberg SB
Frankfurt(Main) UB
Leipzig UB
Mainz GM/StB (2 leaves only, GM-Ink.789a+b)
München BSB (2, 1 fragment (1 leaf)
Nürnberg StB (copy lost?)
Stuttgart WLB
RussiaMoscow SL
SpainBarcelona BU
Burgos BP
Pamplona BCap
Salamanca BU
Sevilla Colombina
Vigo Alfageme
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandLondon, Lambeth Palace
Oxford Bodley
Salisbury CL
United States of AmericaBoston, MA, Harvard University, Countway Library of Medicine
Library of Congress, Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection
Princeton Univ., Firestone Library
Provo UT, Brigham Young Univ., Harold B. Lee Library
San Marino CA, Huntington Library
Number of holding institutions36
Last Edit2017-08-22 15:53:51
 

Cato, Dionysius:
Disticha de moribus. Comm: Philippus de Bergamo, Robertus de Euremodio

ISTC No.ic00295000
AuthorCato, Dionysius
TitleDisticha de moribus. Comm: Philippus de Bergamo, Robertus de Euremodio
ImprintLyons : Jean de Vingle, 28 Jan. 1497/98
Format
NotesWoodcuts
The year of printing is probably 1497 because the 28 Jan. 1498 was a Sunday (cf CIBN and Hillard)
Rather than a commentary on the Disticha Catonis this text is an original work, Speculum regiminis, by Philippus de Bergamo with additions by Robertus de Euremodio (cf. Goff and Hillard)
Reference worksGoff C295; Cl IV 236; Pell 3422; CIBN C-171; IBE 1529; Ohly-Sack 835; Hubay(Augsburg) 540; Günt(L) 1707; Walsh 3816; Bod-inc C-127; Sheppard 6699; Pr 8647; BSB-Ink D-207; GW 6280; HC 4713*; Hillard 597; Arnoult 430; Fernillot 187 (& ill. XXIX); Parguez 313; Maignien(Grenoble) 205; Döring-Fuchs D-78

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 4.G.17)
Czech RepublicPrague NL
FranceBordeaux BM
Châlons BM
Grenoble BM
Langres SHAL
Lyon BM (2, 1 imperfect)
Paris BN (2)
Paris Institut national de recherche pédagogique
Paris Mazarine
Paris Sorbonne
Roanne BM (imperfect)
Troyes BM
GermanyAugsburg SStB
Bamberg SB
Frankfurt(Main) UB
Leipzig UB
Mainz GM/StB (2 leaves only, GM-Ink.789a+b)
München BSB (2, 1 fragment (1 leaf)
Nürnberg StB (copy lost?)
Stuttgart WLB
RussiaMoscow SL
SpainBarcelona BU
Burgos BP
Pamplona BCap
Salamanca BU
Sevilla Colombina
Vigo Alfageme
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandLondon, Lambeth Palace
Oxford Bodley
Salisbury CL
United States of AmericaBoston, MA, Harvard University, Countway Library of Medicine
Library of Congress, Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection
Princeton Univ., Firestone Library
Provo UT, Brigham Young Univ., Harold B. Lee Library
San Marino CA, Huntington Library
Number of holding institutions36
Last Edit2017-08-22 15:53:51