Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Riccobaldus Ferrariensis:
Chronica summorum pontificum imperatorumque

ISTC No.ir00187000
AuthorRiccobaldus Ferrariensis
TitleChronica summorum pontificum imperatorumque
ImprintRome : Johannes Philippus de Lignamine, 14 July 1474
Format
NotesCIBN describes a variant
With a continuation attributed to Joannes Philippus de Lignamine, and a further continuation for 1474-75. The main text is by Philippus de Barberiis, and has been wrongly attributed to Riccobaldus and to Martinus Polonus (BSB-Ink; CIBN + Add)
Reference worksGoff R187; H 10857*; Pell Ms 7719 (7624); CIBN R-119; Delisle 1204; IBE 4921; IGI 8357; IBPort 1562; Mendes 1115; Hubay(Würzburg) 1841; Walsh 1323; Bod-inc B-052A; Sheppard 2716; Pr 3396; BMC IV 33; BSB-Ink B-79; GW M18338
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1994. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 5 - Chronicles and Historiography Part II, CH 61

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 5.G.10)
FranceChantilly MCondé
Paris BN (2)
GermanyMünchen BSB
Würzburg UB (imperfect)
ItalyCesena C
Ferrara C (imperfect)
Genova U
Modena Est
Napoli N
Padova C
Pavia C (imperfect)
Roma Ang (Inc. 256)
Roma Cas (Vol. Inc. 337)
Roma Cors (53.A.2)
Torino N
PortugalLisboa BN
SpainMontserrat Mon
Salamanca BU
Valladolid BU
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (G.11885 = IA.17407)
Manchester JRL (2: 16003, Christie 3h25)
Oxford Bodley (imperfect)
United States of AmericaBrown Univ., Annmary Brown Memorial Collection
Cambridge MA, Harvard College Library, Houghton Library
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (3: Inc.IV.491, Stamp.Ross.1920, Inc.IV.83(2)
Number of holding institutions27
Last Edit2020-07-16 07:49:27
 

Riccobaldus Ferrariensis:
Chronica summorum pontificum imperatorumque

ISTC No.ir00187000
AuthorRiccobaldus Ferrariensis
TitleChronica summorum pontificum imperatorumque
ImprintRome : Johannes Philippus de Lignamine, 14 July 1474
Format
NotesCIBN describes a variant
With a continuation attributed to Joannes Philippus de Lignamine, and a further continuation for 1474-75. The main text is by Philippus de Barberiis, and has been wrongly attributed to Riccobaldus and to Martinus Polonus (BSB-Ink; CIBN + Add)
Reference worksGoff R187; H 10857*; Pell Ms 7719 (7624); CIBN R-119; Delisle 1204; IBE 4921; IGI 8357; IBPort 1562; Mendes 1115; Hubay(Würzburg) 1841; Walsh 1323; Bod-inc B-052A; Sheppard 2716; Pr 3396; BMC IV 33; BSB-Ink B-79; GW M18338
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1994. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 5 - Chronicles and Historiography Part II, CH 61

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 5.G.10)
FranceChantilly MCondé
Paris BN (2)
GermanyMünchen BSB
Würzburg UB (imperfect)
ItalyCesena C
Ferrara C (imperfect)
Genova U
Modena Est
Napoli N
Padova C
Pavia C (imperfect)
Roma Ang (Inc. 256)
Roma Cas (Vol. Inc. 337)
Roma Cors (53.A.2)
Torino N
PortugalLisboa BN
SpainMontserrat Mon
Salamanca BU
Valladolid BU
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (G.11885 = IA.17407)
Manchester JRL (2: 16003, Christie 3h25)
Oxford Bodley (imperfect)
United States of AmericaBrown Univ., Annmary Brown Memorial Collection
Cambridge MA, Harvard College Library, Houghton Library
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (3: Inc.IV.491, Stamp.Ross.1920, Inc.IV.83(2)
Number of holding institutions27
Last Edit2020-07-16 07:49:27