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

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

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 incorrectly recorded as the incunable edition in Thurston/Bühler Checklist.

Binding: 
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
Variant Title: 

Summa theologica : pars III

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

Provenance: 
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.
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