Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Georgius Bruxellensis:
Cursus quaestionum super philosophiam Aristotelis. Ed: Thomas Bricot

ISTC No.ig00147000
AuthorGeorgius Bruxellensis
TitleCursus quaestionum super philosophiam Aristotelis. Ed: Thomas Bricot
Imprint[Freiburg im Breisgau : Kilianus Piscator (Fisher), about 1494]
Imprint[Basel : Johann Amerbach and Michael Furter, about 1492-95]
Imprint[Michael Furter],
Format
NotesWoodcuts. Date and printer from Sack(Freiburg) based on type and paper-evidence and rejecting G. Langer's attribution to Amerbach (Gb Jb 1968 pp.119-21). Quires x-FF are printed in by Furter's types, to whom GW assigns the whole edition
Reference worksGoff G147; H 3975*; Schr 3635; Klebs 455.4; Pell 2990; Hillard 870; Polain(B) 900; IBE 4825; IGI 8249; IBP 2328; Sajó-Soltész 1388; Kotvan 513; Schlechter-Ries 715; Voull(B) 478,5; Deckert 320; Hubay(Augsburg) 865; Ohly-Sack 1190; Sack(Freiburg) 835; Borm 2274; Walsh 1093, 1094; Rhodes(Oxford Colleges) 640; Pr 7609; BMC III 696; BSB-Ink G-85; Döring-Fuchs G-34; GW 10647
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1998. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 28 - Philosophy: Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Part III, PH 171

Holdings

AustriaAltenburg, Benediktiner (imperfect, wanting f.226)
Flaurling, RisB
Innsbruck, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Tirol
Klosterneuburg, Chorherren
Salzburg, St. Peter
Wien, Dominikaner (W 161)
Wien, ÖNB (2; Ink 1.E.4, Ink 23.C.12)
Zwettl, Zisterzienser (Inc.I/63)
Czech RepublicPrague NL
FranceParis Mazarine (imperfect)
GermanyAugsburg SStB (2)
Augsburg UB
Darmstadt ULB (imperfect, Inc.IV-233)
Dillingen StudB (2)
Dresden SLUB (imperfect)
Erfurt StuRB
Frankfurt(Main) UB
Freiburg i.Br. UB
Fulda ZBFranziskaner Frauenberg
Giessen UB
Gotha ForschLB
Hannover StB
Heidelberg UB
Klosterlechfeld FranziskKl (Dep. in Bolzano)
Köln USB
Leipzig UB
Mainz GM/StB (Ink.1956)
Memmingen StB
München BSB (4)
München UB (6)
Nordhausen BlasiiB
Regensburg TuT (4Inc.303)
Schweinfurt StB
Stuttgart WLB (2)
Weissenhorn MuseumsB
Wolfenbüttel HAB
Xanten StiftsB
HungarySzékesfehérvár Bibl episc (imperfect)
ItalyFirenze N (Magl. C.3.7)
Palermo R (2)
Piacenza C (2)
PolandBydgoszcz M
Kraków J (4)
Wrocław O
RussiaSt Petersburg NL
SlovakiaBratislava UKn
SpainBarcelona BU
SwitzerlandEinsiedeln Benedikt
Engelberg Benedikt (2, 1 imperfect)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IB.14211)
Oxford, New College
Oxford, St John's College
United States of AmericaBoston, MA, Harvard University, Countway Library of Medicine
Cambridge MA, Harvard College Library, Houghton Library
Columbia University, Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary
Indiana Univ., The Lilly Library
San Marino CA, Huntington Library
The Newberry Library
Univ. of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center
Yale Univ., Beinecke Library
Number of holding institutions60
Last Edit2022-06-06 16:33:43
 

Georgius Bruxellensis:
Cursus quaestionum super philosophiam Aristotelis. Ed: Thomas Bricot

ISTC No.ig00147000
AuthorGeorgius Bruxellensis
TitleCursus quaestionum super philosophiam Aristotelis. Ed: Thomas Bricot
Imprint[Freiburg im Breisgau : Kilianus Piscator (Fisher), about 1494]
Imprint[Basel : Johann Amerbach and Michael Furter, about 1492-95]
Imprint[Michael Furter],
Format
NotesWoodcuts. Date and printer from Sack(Freiburg) based on type and paper-evidence and rejecting G. Langer's attribution to Amerbach (Gb Jb 1968 pp.119-21). Quires x-FF are printed in by Furter's types, to whom GW assigns the whole edition
Reference worksGoff G147; H 3975*; Schr 3635; Klebs 455.4; Pell 2990; Hillard 870; Polain(B) 900; IBE 4825; IGI 8249; IBP 2328; Sajó-Soltész 1388; Kotvan 513; Schlechter-Ries 715; Voull(B) 478,5; Deckert 320; Hubay(Augsburg) 865; Ohly-Sack 1190; Sack(Freiburg) 835; Borm 2274; Walsh 1093, 1094; Rhodes(Oxford Colleges) 640; Pr 7609; BMC III 696; BSB-Ink G-85; Döring-Fuchs G-34; GW 10647
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1998. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 28 - Philosophy: Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Part III, PH 171

Holdings

AustriaAltenburg, Benediktiner (imperfect, wanting f.226)
Flaurling, RisB
Innsbruck, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Tirol
Klosterneuburg, Chorherren
Salzburg, St. Peter
Wien, Dominikaner (W 161)
Wien, ÖNB (2; Ink 1.E.4, Ink 23.C.12)
Zwettl, Zisterzienser (Inc.I/63)
Czech RepublicPrague NL
FranceParis Mazarine (imperfect)
GermanyAugsburg SStB (2)
Augsburg UB
Darmstadt ULB (imperfect, Inc.IV-233)
Dillingen StudB (2)
Dresden SLUB (imperfect)
Erfurt StuRB
Frankfurt(Main) UB
Freiburg i.Br. UB
Fulda ZBFranziskaner Frauenberg
Giessen UB
Gotha ForschLB
Hannover StB
Heidelberg UB
Klosterlechfeld FranziskKl (Dep. in Bolzano)
Köln USB
Leipzig UB
Mainz GM/StB (Ink.1956)
Memmingen StB
München BSB (4)
München UB (6)
Nordhausen BlasiiB
Regensburg TuT (4Inc.303)
Schweinfurt StB
Stuttgart WLB (2)
Weissenhorn MuseumsB
Wolfenbüttel HAB
Xanten StiftsB
HungarySzékesfehérvár Bibl episc (imperfect)
ItalyFirenze N (Magl. C.3.7)
Palermo R (2)
Piacenza C (2)
PolandBydgoszcz M
Kraków J (4)
Wrocław O
RussiaSt Petersburg NL
SlovakiaBratislava UKn
SpainBarcelona BU
SwitzerlandEinsiedeln Benedikt
Engelberg Benedikt (2, 1 imperfect)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IB.14211)
Oxford, New College
Oxford, St John's College
United States of AmericaBoston, MA, Harvard University, Countway Library of Medicine
Cambridge MA, Harvard College Library, Houghton Library
Columbia University, Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary
Indiana Univ., The Lilly Library
San Marino CA, Huntington Library
The Newberry Library
Univ. of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center
Yale Univ., Beinecke Library
Number of holding institutions60
Last Edit2022-06-06 16:33:43