Material Evidence
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Cambridge, University Library (GB): Inc.3.B.3.140[1839]

ISTC No.ia00070500
SubjectPhilosophy
Keywordscommentary
Periodmedieval

Description of Copy

Copy Id00558581
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
CollectionInc.2-7
ShelfmarkInc.3.B.3.140[1839]
NoteTitle from title page on leaf aa1 recto.
Imprints from colophon on leaf oo9 verso, which reads in full: Venetijs (impe[n]sis Andree Torresani de Asula) per Simonem de Luere .18. aprilis .1500.
Includes Latin text of Aristotle's De anima alternating with the commentary, from which is typographically distinguished.
The commentary in Aristotelis de anima is a reprint of the edition by Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 31 January 1496/97 (ISTC ia00070000): see BM 15th cent., V, 576.
Woodcut diagrams passim.
Text in two columns, with printed running titles, marginal notabilia and foliation.
Spaces left blank for initials, with printed guide letters.
Signatures: aa-ii⁸ kk-ll⁶ mm-nn⁸ oo¹⁰. First leaf aa1 unsigned; last leaf oo10 blank.
Title page, aa1r; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. [Dedication to] Jacobus Johannes Gagetani, aa2r; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. "Prologus", aa2r; Aristoteles. De anima, Books 1-3, in the Latin translation revised by Guilelmus de Moerbeka, aa2v-ll4v; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. In Aristotelis de anima commentum, Books 1-3, aa2v-ll4v; [Table of contents for Aristoteles's De anima and its commentary], ll5r-ll6v; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. De materia coeli, mm1r-mm6v; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. De intellectu possibili, also known as De plurificatione intellectus possibilis contra Averroistas, mm7r-nn2v; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. De gradibus formarum accidentalium, also known as Contra gradus et pluralitatem formarum, nn3r-oo9v; colophon, oo9v; printer's register, oo9v.
BM 15th cent., V, 575-576
BSB-Ink, A-49 (with digital facsimile)
GW, 7204 (with digital facsimile)
Hain-Copinger, 132
ISTC, ia00070500
Klebs, 362.3
Oates, 2204
Sander, 2049
Wanting last blank leaf oo10.
Formerly bound as item no. 1 in a larger volume with: Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. In Aristotelis analytica priora commentum. Venice : Simon de Luere, for Andreas Torresanus, de Asula, 27 September 1499 (ISTC ia00068000; Oates 2203; now Inc.3.B.3.140[1838]) - Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. In Aristotelis de sophisticis elenchis commentum. Venice : Simon de Luere, for Andreas Torresanus, de Asula, 24 September 1500 (ISTC ia00076500; Oates 2208; now Inc.3.B.3.140[1843]).
109, [1] leaves :
Original item identifier in source database: 5401222

Provenance

PlaceCambridge (Geonames Id: 2653941)
Areae-uk-en
Provenance nameCambridge University Library [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Library, No characterisation/lay)
NoteAcquired before 1700. The university armorial bookplate 'Academiæ Cantabrigiensis Liber' and old shelfmarks 'P.8.20', changed into 'P.8.35', in pen and 'P*.8.35³' in pencil on leaf aa1 recto.
Binding noteHalf brown pigskin and marbled paper over pasteboards, by Gray, Cambridge, 1890. Bookblock edges mottled in red.
Manuscript notesMarginal manuscript nota signs and notes in humanistic cursive hand on leaves aa2 recto - cc8 verso, England [?], early 16th century; a few marginal manuscript notes in English cursive hands, including cursive Anglicana hand, England, early 16th century.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain

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Last Edit2017-04-30 12:00:00

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Cambridge, University Library (GB): Inc.3.B.3.140[1839]

ISTC No.ia00070500
SubjectPhilosophy
Keywordscommentary
Periodmedieval

Description of Copy

Copy Id00558581
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
CollectionInc.2-7
ShelfmarkInc.3.B.3.140[1839]
NoteTitle from title page on leaf aa1 recto.
Imprints from colophon on leaf oo9 verso, which reads in full: Venetijs (impe[n]sis Andree Torresani de Asula) per Simonem de Luere .18. aprilis .1500.
Includes Latin text of Aristotle's De anima alternating with the commentary, from which is typographically distinguished.
The commentary in Aristotelis de anima is a reprint of the edition by Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 31 January 1496/97 (ISTC ia00070000): see BM 15th cent., V, 576.
Woodcut diagrams passim.
Text in two columns, with printed running titles, marginal notabilia and foliation.
Spaces left blank for initials, with printed guide letters.
Signatures: aa-ii⁸ kk-ll⁶ mm-nn⁸ oo¹⁰. First leaf aa1 unsigned; last leaf oo10 blank.
Title page, aa1r; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. [Dedication to] Jacobus Johannes Gagetani, aa2r; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. "Prologus", aa2r; Aristoteles. De anima, Books 1-3, in the Latin translation revised by Guilelmus de Moerbeka, aa2v-ll4v; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. In Aristotelis de anima commentum, Books 1-3, aa2v-ll4v; [Table of contents for Aristoteles's De anima and its commentary], ll5r-ll6v; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. De materia coeli, mm1r-mm6v; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. De intellectu possibili, also known as De plurificatione intellectus possibilis contra Averroistas, mm7r-nn2v; Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. De gradibus formarum accidentalium, also known as Contra gradus et pluralitatem formarum, nn3r-oo9v; colophon, oo9v; printer's register, oo9v.
BM 15th cent., V, 575-576
BSB-Ink, A-49 (with digital facsimile)
GW, 7204 (with digital facsimile)
Hain-Copinger, 132
ISTC, ia00070500
Klebs, 362.3
Oates, 2204
Sander, 2049
Wanting last blank leaf oo10.
Formerly bound as item no. 1 in a larger volume with: Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. In Aristotelis analytica priora commentum. Venice : Simon de Luere, for Andreas Torresanus, de Asula, 27 September 1499 (ISTC ia00068000; Oates 2203; now Inc.3.B.3.140[1838]) - Aegidius [Columna] Romanus. In Aristotelis de sophisticis elenchis commentum. Venice : Simon de Luere, for Andreas Torresanus, de Asula, 24 September 1500 (ISTC ia00076500; Oates 2208; now Inc.3.B.3.140[1843]).
109, [1] leaves :
Original item identifier in source database: 5401222

Provenance

PlaceCambridge (Geonames Id: 2653941)
Areae-uk-en
Provenance nameCambridge University Library [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Library, No characterisation/lay)
NoteAcquired before 1700. The university armorial bookplate 'Academiæ Cantabrigiensis Liber' and old shelfmarks 'P.8.20', changed into 'P.8.35', in pen and 'P*.8.35³' in pencil on leaf aa1 recto.
Binding noteHalf brown pigskin and marbled paper over pasteboards, by Gray, Cambridge, 1890. Bookblock edges mottled in red.
Manuscript notesMarginal manuscript nota signs and notes in humanistic cursive hand on leaves aa2 recto - cc8 verso, England [?], early 16th century; a few marginal manuscript notes in English cursive hands, including cursive Anglicana hand, England, early 16th century.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain

Other Information

Last Edit2017-04-30 12:00:00