Tertia pars totius su[m]me maioris beati Antonini.

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PML 20702
Antoninus, Saint, Archbishop of Florence, 1389-1459.
[Lyon] : Johann Cleyn, [1506]
[304] leaves ; 32 cm (fol.)

Part III of a 5-part work, dated at end of part IV: Joha[n]nis cleyn ... Anno domini MD.quingentisimo sexto. [o]pdie nonas Novemb[er]."
Imprint from colophon, leaf RR9v: Tertia pars summe inclyti Antonini Flore[n]tini archie[pisco]pi sacre pagine interpretis eximii: accuratissime p[er] magistrum Johanne[m] Cleyn artis impressorie solertissimu[m]: finem optatum sortitur.
Signatures: A-X AA-QQ⁸ RR¹⁰: 304 leaves, leaf RR10 blank.
PML copy previously identified as the incunable edition in Thurston/Bühler Checklist.

16th-century English blind-tooled calf over boards (32 x 22 cm), sewn on 4 supports by Nicholas Spierinck of Cambridge; rebacked and repaired. Plain paper endleaves
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Summa theologica : pars III


Annotations: All references to the pope, "Papa," have been inked out, in line with Vowel's inscription.

Richard Vowell, last prior of Walsingham Priory, signatures and inscriptions, including his disavowel of anything in the text in support of the pope (leaves A1r-v), probably written between his signing of the Acknowledgement of the King's Supremacy, 1534 and the dissolution of Walsingham Priory, 1539; William Bateman, inscription: "William Bateman his booke 1665" (leaf A1v); George Dunn (1864-1912), Woolley Hall, Maidenhead, booklabel and bookplate (front pastedown), bibliographic notes (leaf A1r) purchased 1883 (front endleaf 1 recto); his sale, Sotheby's, part II, 2 Feb. 1914, lot 739 to Ellis for £2; J.P. Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943), purchased from Ellis, Aug. 1919.