Compendium litteralis sensus totius bibliae.

Accession number: 
PML 63248
Aureolus, Petrus, approximately 1280-1322.
[Strasbourg] : [Georg Husner], [not after 1476]
[147] leaves ; 29 cm (fol.)
Credit Line: 
Gift of John F. Fleming, 1972.

Author and title from incipit rubric (leaf [1]/1r): "Incipit [com]pendiu[m] l[itte]ralis sensus totius biblie seu divine scripture editu[m] a fr[atr]e petro aureoli ordinis minor[um]."
Printed in Husner's type 1:102G.
Munich BSB copy (2 Inc.s.a. 135) has ms date 1476.
Collation: [1¹⁰ 2-13⁸ 14⁶⁽⁵⁺¹⁾ 15⁶ 16-17⁸ 18-19⁶]: 147 leaves.
Paper format: Chancery folio
PML copy leaf dimensions: 28 x 21 cm.
PML copy with quire [11] bound before quire [10] but correctly foliated. Leaves [1]/1r and [19]/6v dirty, torn and repaired.

16th-century German (Freiburg im Breisgau?) blind-rolled pigskin over partially-bevelled wooden boards (29.2 x 22 cm), sewn on 4 double supports. Roll with Paul, David, Isaiah, and Mary: "PAVLVS DO," "DAVID," "ISAIAS," and "MARI.MAT.DO.;" David with date 1558 and binding stamped 1558 in central panel. Plain paper pastedowns; decorative endbands. 2 clasps, wanting. Paper title and shelf mark labels on spine. Ink "A" on top board.
Variant Title: 

Checklist title: Compendium sensus Bibliae


Hand decoration: partially rubricated, some initials realized and red underlining. Annotations: manuscript title added to leaf [1]/1r; marginal inscriptions in several hands, including manuscript index on fly leaf, some notes, and foliation by Eliner. Some notes trimmed.

Christoph Eliner (d. 1575), manuscript index and binding inscription, "Ex libris D. Christophori Eliner. Mösskirchensis. Anno 1558. p[ro] ligatura expendi 5 fl. 2 d." (first fly recto), Eliner was a professor of theology at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau, ca. 1522/23-1575 and established a grant to help students from his hometown of Messkirch attend the university (Martin Heidegger was a recipient); Georg Kloss (1787-1854), bibliographic notes (fly verso); Kloss sale, Sotheby's, 7 May 1835, lot 486; Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), pencil note (front pastedown); [Phillipps sale, ?]; bookplate (9.6 x 7.3 cm), removed (front pastedown); shelf marks, unidentified: N. 567 (top left of front pastedown) and 787 (center of front pastedown); John F. Fleming, Inc., catalog Jan. 1961, no. 14; Pierpont Morgan Library, gift of John F. Fleming, 1972.