Fasciculus tempor[um] omnes antiquorum cronicas complectens.

Accession number: 
PML 20985
Author: 
Rolevinck, Werner, 1425-1502.
Published: 
Strasbourg : Johann Prüss, 1488.
Description: 
[6], XC, [2] : illus. (woodcuts) ; 28 cm. (fol.)
Credit Line: 
Purchased by J.P. Morgan, Jr., 1919.
Notes: 

Title from title page (leaf [1]/1r).
Colophon (leaf P4v): "Impressum Argentine per Joha[n]nem pryβ. Anno domini .Mcccclxxxviii."
Printed in Prüss's types 4:300G (title) 7:156G (headings), and 3:90G (text).
Collation: [1]⁶ A⁸ B-P⁶: 98 leaves, leaves P5-6 blank.
Paper format: Chancery folio
Tabula on leaves [1]/1r-6v.
Woodcuts.
Author's name also spelled Rolewinck.
PML copy leaf dimensions: 27.3 x 20.1 cm.
PML copy missing 1 leaf: P6 (blank). PML copy formerly bound with blockbooks Biblia Pauperium (PML 3193) and Ars Moriendi (PML 3192, deaccessioned in 1975).

Binding: 
Modern half brown goatskin with sides covered in printed paper over paper boards (28.5 x 20.5 cm.) by Duprez-Lahey. Plain paper pastedowns and fly leaves; plain endbands.
Variant Title: 

Fasciculus temporum

Inscriptions/Markings: 

Hand decoration: Rubrication, some initials in Register and incipit (leaf A1r) added in sixteenth century by annotator. Annotations: Heavily annotated in the sixteenth century by Becker (dated 1560 on leaf [1]/6v); notes include historical events, lists of popes (up to Pius IV, 1560), alphabet: Roman, Greek, Hebrew, German (leaves E5v-6r), and list of cities and countries (leaf P5v). Contemporary price inscription at colophon (leaf P4v). Title page (leaf [1]/1r) notes original contents of volume with Passio d[omi]ni in figuris (i.e. Biblia pauperum, PML 3193) and Ars moriendi (formerly PML 3192, deaccessioned, current location unknown).

Provenance: 
Johannes Becker, of Haselünne, Lower Saxony, inscription (leaf [1]/1r) and annotations throughout; Dr. Jan Pieter Six (1824-1899), of Amsterdam, his sale, Catalogue de manuscrits et de livres provenant des collections Baron Van den Bogaerde de Heeswijk, J.P. Six, à Amsterdam, etc., 7 May 1901, lot 107; Bernard Quaritch, June 1919, cat. 393, no. 3; J.P. Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943), purchased from Quaritch, 1919.
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