Cambridge, University Library (GB)
AuthorJacobus de Theramo
TitleConsolatio peccatorum, seu Processus Belial
Imprint[Strassburg : Heinrich Knoblochtzer], 1484
KeywordsTheology-moral; trial; literature-devotional
Description of Copy
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
NoteTitle from caption at incipit on leaf a2 recto.
Date of printing from colophon on leaf n7 recto, which reads in full: Explicit liber belial nu[n]cupat[us] al[ia]s peccator[um] consolatio. Anno d[omi]ni M°.cccclxxxiiij.
Text in two columns.
Spaces left blank for initials, with printed guide letters.
Signatures: a-b⁸ c-d⁶ e⁸ f⁶ g⁸ h⁶ i⁸ k⁶ l-n⁸. First and last leaves, a1 and n8, blank and unsigned.
Jacobus [Palladinus] de Theramo [bishop of Spoleto]. Consolatio peccatorum, seu Processus Belial, dedicated to pope Urbanus VI, dated 30 October 1382, a2r-n7r; colophon, n7r.
BM 15th cent., I, 89
BN cat. des incun., J-50
Wanting last blank leaf n8 and conjoint leaves i1 and i8, replaced by modern blanks.
 leaves ;
Original item identifier in source database: 4976230
PlaceCambridge (Geonames ID: 2653941)
NoteMarked 'cc xj' and 'Duplum' in brown ink on leaf [a1] recto, Germany, late 17th or 18th century. George Friedrich Creuzer, philologist and professor at Marburg and Heidelberg, his stamp with C's addorsed and interlaced below a coronet of 7 points on leaf a2 recto, Germany, 19th century. Marked 'T.255 librarius' in grey ink on leaf [a1] verso. Stephen Gaselee, C.B.E., Fellow of Magdalene College, his bibliographical notes, purchase note 'Bought of [the bookseller] Clara Landau, Berlin (March 1927) for Â£ 5-10-0-', and number '8A', in ink on first upper free endpaper. Manuscript addition as no. 8A to Gaselee, A list of the early printed books in the possession of Stephen Gaselee, Cambridge, 1920. Presented by Gaselee on 5 November 1934.
Binding noteHalf blind-tooled brown calf and cloth over pasteboards, Germany, late 19th or early 20th century.
Decoration NoteInitials supplied in red by hand, Germany, Strasbourg [?], late 15th century.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
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