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University of Glasgow (GB): Sp Coll Ferguson An-y.1

ISTC No.ii00164000
AuthorInstitoris, Henricus and Jacobus Sprenger
TitleMalleus maleficarum
Imprint[Speyer : Peter Drach, not after 14 Aug. 1490]
Format
Languagelat
SubjectLaw-canon
Keywordsinquisition; theology-practical; female; demonology
Periodcontemporary

Description of Copy

Copy Id02144503
Holding InstitutionUniversity of Glasgow (GB)
ShelfmarkSp Coll Ferguson An-y.1
NoteAn-y.1
Size of leaves304 × 206 mm
Electronic ReproductionGlasgow Incunabula Project See the description of this item and digitised pages on the Glasgow Incunabula Project's Website
Other IdentifierI2/2 (Glasgow Incunabula Project)

Provenance d.1644

Provenance nameLuytens, Thomas, abbot of St. Lambert, Liessies, d.1644 [Person] Ms. note in An-y.1 copy.
St Lambert (Benedictine Monastery : France : Liessies). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
Liessies (Benedictines : St Lambert). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
NoteMichael Pavius (Michel Pavie, Michael Pauye), d.1517, a teacher of Erasmus, dean of the church of Cambrai from 1506: 'pro michaele pauye decano ec[clesia]e camer[acensis]' on r6r, above which is an unread, earlier inscription; for Pavius/Pavie, see Peter G. Bietenholz & Thomas B. Deutscher, 'Contemporaries of Erasmus', III (Toronto: 1987), pp. 62-3. Thomas Luytens, abbot of St Lambert, Liessies, (d. 1644): inscription on a1r "Liber maioris bibliothecae monasterij S Lamberti Letien[sis] relictus a R[everen]do d[omi]no Thoma Luuytens Abbate obijt 20 octobris 1644"

Provenance

Provenance nameLiessies (Benedictines : St Lambert). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
Benedictines (France : Liessies). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
St Lambert (Benedictine Monastery : France : Liessies). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
NoteLiessies (North France), Benedictines, St Lambert: see above

Provenance 1833-1906

Provenance nameClaudin, Anatole, 1833-1906 [Person] Bookseller.
Ferguson, John, 1837-1916 [Person] Acquisition notes in both copies.
NoteAnatole Claudin (1833-1906), bookseller, Paris: sold book to John Ferguson

Provenance 1837-1916

Provenance nameFerguson, John, 1837-1916 [Person] Acquisition notes in both copies.
University of Glasgow [Corporate body] Current Owner
NoteJohn Ferguson (1837-1916), Professor of Chemistry, University of Glasgow: Ferguson's pencil acquisition note "JF 13 June 1902" on verso of front free endpaper and pencil note of his supplier "Claudin" on rear free endpaper

Provenance

PlaceGlasgow (Geonames Id: 2648579)
Areae-uk-st
Provenance nameUniversity of Glasgow [Corporate body] Current Owner
NoteUniversity of Glasgow: Ferguson collection purchase, 1921.
Binding noteBinding of An-y.1 copy: 19th-century quarter red pebble-grained morocco, marbled paper-covered boards; marbled endpapers; silk bookmark in green, red and yellow. Size: 320 x 220 mm.
Manuscript notesAnnotations in An-y.1 copy: unread 17th-century inscription at foot of a1r; occasional marginal annotations and underlining in the hand of Michael Pauye (see Provenance).

Provenance d.1517

NoteTODO: unmatched provenance name entry -- manual revision necessary

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered incomplete
Last Edit2021-06-03 12:00:00

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University of Glasgow (GB): Sp Coll Ferguson An-y.1

ISTC No.ii00164000
AuthorInstitoris, Henricus and Jacobus Sprenger
TitleMalleus maleficarum
Imprint[Speyer : Peter Drach, not after 14 Aug. 1490]
Format
Languagelat
SubjectLaw-canon
Keywordsinquisition; theology-practical; female; demonology
Periodcontemporary

Description of Copy

Copy Id02144503
Holding InstitutionUniversity of Glasgow (GB)
ShelfmarkSp Coll Ferguson An-y.1
NoteAn-y.1
Size of leaves304 × 206 mm
Electronic ReproductionGlasgow Incunabula Project See the description of this item and digitised pages on the Glasgow Incunabula Project's Website
Other IdentifierI2/2 (Glasgow Incunabula Project)

Provenance

Provenance nameLuytens, Thomas, abbot of St. Lambert, Liessies, d.1644 [Person] Ms. note in An-y.1 copy.
St Lambert (Benedictine Monastery : France : Liessies). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
Liessies (Benedictines : St Lambert). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
NoteMichael Pavius (Michel Pavie, Michael Pauye), d.1517, a teacher of Erasmus, dean of the church of Cambrai from 1506: 'pro michaele pauye decano ec[clesia]e camer[acensis]' on r6r, above which is an unread, earlier inscription; for Pavius/Pavie, see Peter G. Bietenholz & Thomas B. Deutscher, 'Contemporaries of Erasmus', III (Toronto: 1987), pp. 62-3. Thomas Luytens, abbot of St Lambert, Liessies, (d. 1644): inscription on a1r "Liber maioris bibliothecae monasterij S Lamberti Letien[sis] relictus a R[everen]do d[omi]no Thoma Luuytens Abbate obijt 20 octobris 1644"

Provenance

Provenance nameLiessies (Benedictines : St Lambert). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
Benedictines (France : Liessies). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
St Lambert (Benedictine Monastery : France : Liessies). [Corporate body] Ms. inscription in An-y.1 copy.
NoteLiessies (North France), Benedictines, St Lambert: see above

Provenance

Provenance nameClaudin, Anatole, 1833-1906 [Person] Bookseller.
Ferguson, John, 1837-1916 [Person] Acquisition notes in both copies.
NoteAnatole Claudin (1833-1906), bookseller, Paris: sold book to John Ferguson

Provenance

Provenance nameFerguson, John, 1837-1916 [Person] Acquisition notes in both copies.
University of Glasgow [Corporate body] Current Owner
NoteJohn Ferguson (1837-1916), Professor of Chemistry, University of Glasgow: Ferguson's pencil acquisition note "JF 13 June 1902" on verso of front free endpaper and pencil note of his supplier "Claudin" on rear free endpaper

Provenance

PlaceGlasgow (Geonames Id: 2648579)
Areae-uk-st
Provenance nameUniversity of Glasgow [Corporate body] Current Owner
NoteUniversity of Glasgow: Ferguson collection purchase, 1921.
Binding noteBinding of An-y.1 copy: 19th-century quarter red pebble-grained morocco, marbled paper-covered boards; marbled endpapers; silk bookmark in green, red and yellow. Size: 320 x 220 mm.
Manuscript notesAnnotations in An-y.1 copy: unread 17th-century inscription at foot of a1r; occasional marginal annotations and underlining in the hand of Michael Pauye (see Provenance).

Provenance

NoteTODO: unmatched provenance name entry -- manual revision necessary

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered incomplete
Last Edit2021-06-03 12:00:00