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Incipit epistola sancti Hieronymi ad Paulinu[m] presbyteru[m], de omnibus diuin[a]e histori[a]e libris

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Incipit epistola sancti Hieronymi ad Paulinu[m] presbyteru[m], de omnibus diuin[a]e histori[a]e libris
Title
Incipit epistola sancti Hieronymi ad Paulinu[m] presbyteru[m], de omnibus diuin[a]e histori[a]e libris
Title variation
Epistola sancti Hieronymi ad Paulinu[m] presbyteru[m], de omnibus diuin[a]e histori[a]e libris
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Contributor
Bookseller
Contributor
Donor
Editor
Former owner
Printer
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Member of
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Cataloging source
UkLiU
Citation location within source
  • ib00544000
  • B-253
  • II 407
  • B544
  • 4219
Citation source
  • ISTC
  • Bod-inc.
  • BMC
  • Goff
  • GW
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/collectionName
  • Bible
  • Biblia Latina
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • -419 or 420
  • 1799-1883
  • 1417-1475
  • -1504
  • 1423-1483
  • 1850-1910
  • 1815-1878
  • 1872-1947
  • 1872-1947
  • -1228
  • -1491?
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Pseudo Aristeas
  • Jerome
  • Bedford, Francis
  • Bussi, Giovanni Andrea
  • Frisner, Andreas
  • Palmieri, Matteo
  • Huth, Alfred Henry
  • Huth, Henry
  • Jones, C. Sydney
  • Jones, C. Sydney
  • Langton, Stephen
  • Sensenschmidt, Johann
  • Henry Young (Firm)
  • University of Liverpool
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Incipit epistola sancti Hieronymi ad Paulinu[m] presbyteru[m], de omnibus diuin[a]e histori[a]e libris
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Unsigned
  • Title from incipit of Jerome's letter at head of [b1r] (leaf [9r]), printed in red
  • Title from ISTC: Biblia latina. Ed: Johannes Andreas, bishop of Aleria. Add: Aristeas: Ad Philocratem de lxx interpretibus (Tr: Matthias Palmerius)
  • Imprint from colophon, printed on red on leaf [216] verso of volume 2
  • Printer's device on leaf [216] verso of volume 2, printed in red
  • Chapter headings printed in red ink
  • Edited by Giovanni Andrea Bussi, Bishop of Aleria -- see prefatory letter
  • "A reprint of the edition printed at Rome by Sweynheym and Pannartz in 1471" -- BM 15th cent
  • Includes [Pseudo]-Aristeas: Ad Philocratem de lxx interpretibus. Translated by Mattia Palmieri
  • With "Interpretationes hebraicorum nominum", which Bod-inc ascribes to Stephen Langton
  • Some books preceded by Jerome's preface. For a full breakdown of contents, see Bod-inc, B-253
  • Text in double columns
  • Four line capitals printed in red; spaces left for larger capitals
  • Printed headlines
Dimensions
2° (48 cm)
Extent
2 volumes ([458] leaves)
Ownership
  • Several richly ornamented illuminated initials, with floral borders, some including drawings of animals. On leaf [12] recto of volume 1, in right hand margin, a circular picture of the universe after the creation of the heavens. Large flourished initials in blue or red with white and green ornamentation at beginning of each book.
  • Some marginal annotations in volume 2, faded (probably through washing). These are primarily corrections, in an early hand.
  • Black leather oval bookplate, with tooling in gilt: "Ex Musæo Huthi". This bookplate was added to books for the sale of the library of Alfred Henry Huth, in November 1911 and June 1912 (item number 654 in the catalogue of this sale, which was undertaken by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge). This library was begun by Huth's father, Henry Huth.
  • In pencil on front free endpaper verso volume 1: "coll. per. R.B.", followed by bookseller's price code.
  • Volume 1 - catalogue cutting on front free endpaper verso, with inscription in ink: "Purchased from H Young Sons Liverpool by C.S.J. November 1912". Above this, in pencil: "£90. Purchased from Henry Young's of Liverpool by C. Sidney [sic.] Jones, Nov 1912".
  • Volume 2 - in pencil on front free endpaper verso: "£60. Purchased from Henry Young's of Liverpool by C. Sidney Jones, November 1912. Vol. 2".
  • Presented to the University of Liverpool by Sir C. Sydney Jones, June 1945 (see University of Liverpool archives S2664/(a)/36: "Books presented by Sir C. Sydney Jones, 6 February, 1945" by Dora Yates). Accession number G17595 (volume 1) and G17596 (volume 2).
Label
Incipit epistola sancti Hieronymi ad Paulinu[m] presbyteru[m], de omnibus diuin[a]e histori[a]e libris
Publication
Note
  • Unsigned
  • Title from incipit of Jerome's letter at head of [b1r] (leaf [9r]), printed in red
  • Title from ISTC: Biblia latina. Ed: Johannes Andreas, bishop of Aleria. Add: Aristeas: Ad Philocratem de lxx interpretibus (Tr: Matthias Palmerius)
  • Imprint from colophon, printed on red on leaf [216] verso of volume 2
  • Printer's device on leaf [216] verso of volume 2, printed in red
  • Chapter headings printed in red ink
  • Edited by Giovanni Andrea Bussi, Bishop of Aleria -- see prefatory letter
  • "A reprint of the edition printed at Rome by Sweynheym and Pannartz in 1471" -- BM 15th cent
  • Includes [Pseudo]-Aristeas: Ad Philocratem de lxx interpretibus. Translated by Mattia Palmieri
  • With "Interpretationes hebraicorum nominum", which Bod-inc ascribes to Stephen Langton
  • Some books preceded by Jerome's preface. For a full breakdown of contents, see Bod-inc, B-253
  • Text in double columns
  • Four line capitals printed in red; spaces left for larger capitals
  • Printed headlines
Dimensions
2° (48 cm)
Extent
2 volumes ([458] leaves)
Ownership
  • Several richly ornamented illuminated initials, with floral borders, some including drawings of animals. On leaf [12] recto of volume 1, in right hand margin, a circular picture of the universe after the creation of the heavens. Large flourished initials in blue or red with white and green ornamentation at beginning of each book.
  • Some marginal annotations in volume 2, faded (probably through washing). These are primarily corrections, in an early hand.
  • Black leather oval bookplate, with tooling in gilt: "Ex Musæo Huthi". This bookplate was added to books for the sale of the library of Alfred Henry Huth, in November 1911 and June 1912 (item number 654 in the catalogue of this sale, which was undertaken by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge). This library was begun by Huth's father, Henry Huth.
  • In pencil on front free endpaper verso volume 1: "coll. per. R.B.", followed by bookseller's price code.
  • Volume 1 - catalogue cutting on front free endpaper verso, with inscription in ink: "Purchased from H Young Sons Liverpool by C.S.J. November 1912". Above this, in pencil: "£90. Purchased from Henry Young's of Liverpool by C. Sidney [sic.] Jones, Nov 1912".
  • Volume 2 - in pencil on front free endpaper verso: "£60. Purchased from Henry Young's of Liverpool by C. Sidney Jones, November 1912. Vol. 2".
  • Presented to the University of Liverpool by Sir C. Sydney Jones, June 1945 (see University of Liverpool archives S2664/(a)/36: "Books presented by Sir C. Sydney Jones, 6 February, 1945" by Dora Yates). Accession number G17595 (volume 1) and G17596 (volume 2).

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