Title from incipit, leaf /1r.
Imprint from ISTC. The imprint derives from a printed letter to Louis XI found only in the presentation copies, dated 22 April 1472 and with the first names of the printers.
Printed in Gering, Crantz, and Friburger's type 3:115G.
Collation: [1-5¹⁰ 6-7⁸ 8¹⁰; 9-14¹⁰ 15⁶]: 142 leaves, leaves /10 and /6 blank.
Paper format: Chancery folio.
PML Checklist lists this item under Atelier de la Sorbonne as part of Gering, Crantz and Friburger as printers.
PML copy leaf dimensions: 29.2 x 21 cm, with many deckel edges.
PML copy missing 2 leaves: /10 and /6 (blanks). Leaf /1 remargined.
Speculum vitae humanae
Hand decoration: Rubrication unrealized. Annotations: Several marginal notations in a contemporary French hand, nota bene marks, and manicules sporadically throughout text. 4 lines from Seneca's Agamemnon written below explicit, dialogue between Clytemnestra and Aegisthus, beginning "Delicta novit nemo nisi tu fides mea ...," dated 1498 (leaf /5r). Manuscript alpha-numeric quire signatures at top-right corner in quires [1-8] and bottom-right in quires [9-15].