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Cambridge, University Library (GB): Inc.5.C.1.5[2332]

ISTC No.ia01137000
TitleArs oratoria
Imprint[Basel : Johann Amerbach, about 1490]
Format
Languagelat
Subjectrethoric
Keywordseducation
Periodmedieval

Description of Copy

Copy Id00558904
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
CollectionInc.2-7
ShelfmarkInc.5.C.1.5[2332]
NoteTitle from title page on leaf a1 recto.
Text attributed to Peter Luder in BSB-Ink, following Verfasserlexikon 2, Bd 5 col 957.
Printed marginal notabilia.
Spaces left blank for initials, with printed guide letters.
Signatures: a⁸. First leaf a1 unsigned.
Title page, a1r; [Peter Luder ?]. Ars oratoria, a2r-a8r.
BM 15th cent., III, 750
BSB-Ink, L-255
Goff, A1137
GW, 2667
Hain, 1858*
ISTC, ia01137000
Oates 1798
Formerly item no. 9 in a composite volume signed "AB-4-49" with Terentius. Vulgaria Terentii [English and Latin]. Antwerp : Gerard Leeu, 22 December 1486 (Oates 3889), now Inc.5.F.6.2[3353], and other 9 items (see record of Terentius for details).
[8] leaves ;
Original item identifier in source database: 5095931

Provenance 1646-1714

Provenance nameMoore, John, 1646-1714 [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance

PlaceCambridge (Geonames Id: 2653941)
Areae-uk-en
Provenance nameCambridge University Library [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Library, No characterisation/lay)
NoteJohn Moore, Bishop of Ely. Presented to Cambridge University Library by King George I, 1715. Old shelfmark 'AB-4-49-9' in pencil on leaf a1 recto.
Binding noteHalf brown morocco and green paper over pasteboards, by Stoakley, Cambridge, 1905.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain

Other Information

Last Edit2017-04-30 12:00:00

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Cambridge, University Library (GB): Inc.5.C.1.5[2332]

ISTC No.ia01137000
TitleArs oratoria
Imprint[Basel : Johann Amerbach, about 1490]
Format
Languagelat
Subjectrethoric
Keywordseducation
Periodmedieval

Description of Copy

Copy Id00558904
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
CollectionInc.2-7
ShelfmarkInc.5.C.1.5[2332]
NoteTitle from title page on leaf a1 recto.
Text attributed to Peter Luder in BSB-Ink, following Verfasserlexikon 2, Bd 5 col 957.
Printed marginal notabilia.
Spaces left blank for initials, with printed guide letters.
Signatures: a⁸. First leaf a1 unsigned.
Title page, a1r; [Peter Luder ?]. Ars oratoria, a2r-a8r.
BM 15th cent., III, 750
BSB-Ink, L-255
Goff, A1137
GW, 2667
Hain, 1858*
ISTC, ia01137000
Oates 1798
Formerly item no. 9 in a composite volume signed "AB-4-49" with Terentius. Vulgaria Terentii [English and Latin]. Antwerp : Gerard Leeu, 22 December 1486 (Oates 3889), now Inc.5.F.6.2[3353], and other 9 items (see record of Terentius for details).
[8] leaves ;
Original item identifier in source database: 5095931

Provenance

Provenance nameMoore, John, 1646-1714 [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance

PlaceCambridge (Geonames Id: 2653941)
Areae-uk-en
Provenance nameCambridge University Library [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Library, No characterisation/lay)
NoteJohn Moore, Bishop of Ely. Presented to Cambridge University Library by King George I, 1715. Old shelfmark 'AB-4-49-9' in pencil on leaf a1 recto.
Binding noteHalf brown morocco and green paper over pasteboards, by Stoakley, Cambridge, 1905.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain

Other Information

Last Edit2017-04-30 12:00:00