Compendium litteralis sensus totius bibliae.

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

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]."
Collation: [1¹⁰ 2-13⁸ 14⁶⁽⁵⁺¹⁾ 15⁶ 16-17⁸ 18-19⁶]: 147 leaves.
Munich BSB copy (2 Inc.s.a. 135) has ms date 1476.
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.
Printed in Husner's type 1:102G.

Binding: 
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

Inscriptions/Markings: 

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.

Provenance: 
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.
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