Farfel Notebook 06: Leaves 397-468

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397 Charles W. Treylen Sept '93 3.75L = $5.63

Thomas Aquinas (b.1225 or 7 - died at Fossanuova, 1274.) Scripta ad Haribaldum episcopum super quattor libros Sententiarum Basel: Nicolaus Kessler, 1492 f0 C4 Ref: Goff T-329 C 579 Pell 1062 Polain (B) 3737 Pr 7683 BMC III 770 Cop: HEHL, LC, Col UL OI. XIX XX / LI. IIII

154 leaves, the last blank. 2 col. 3a: 661 + headline 23(242)x158mm. a8 b-f ff g-p6 q8 r6; A-G0 Types: 140 title, headline of Prologue + headings; 70 text. Capital spaces. The book + distinction - numbers in the headlines are printed in Lombardic majuscules; smaller Lombardic majuscules for distinction numbers in text. -> now ascribed to Hanibaldus himself (Cardinal d. 1272) rather than Th. Aquinas.

70 - small text type. Diamonded A + S, other letters plain, save for slight decoration to stems of I + T and upper stem of F. Used from 1491. 140 - smaller title + heading type; double-barred A, D, G, H, M, N, O, P, S, V. Used from 1491.

N. Kessler of Bottwar - bachelor's degree Univ. of Basel 1471, at first employed by B. Richel. Earliest dated book Missale Basiliense, 29 March 1485. He was still printing in 1510 + alive as late as 1319. (Benzig 1485-1509) HEHL (54172) - rub. in red. - my leaf C4 (of 6) LI IIII / O.I. XIX LI Book 4 IIII DI - I [inserted] Edicira omnia in festinatoe ne [end inserted]begins on A1 (of 6) DI - L(50) ends on G1

bound with H. 10196 Pr 7676 Goff P.492 (Kessler, 1489)

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398 Charles W. Treylen Sept. '93 3.75 L = $5.63

Johannes Herolt. (called "Discipulus", Theologian + Priest, d. [crossed out] 1418 [end crossed out]) Sermones Discipuli (de tempore et de sanctis.) Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1482 f0 Ref: Goff H-106 HC 84 84 47-48 lines (add info. H. 8473) Polain (B) 1895 Cop: Loy UL. Sermo XXIIII - from "Sermones de sanctis" R5 B. Royale 1253 (without les ffnc. 371, 373, 393, 396) [crossed out] H. 8484 f. g. ch. c. s. 2 col. 190 ff. Polain 1895 - 488 ffnc., 2 col., 48 lines, Signat. Type 1 BMC 185 5 " 106 3 " 92

See #284 #382 Amerback - Gothic types 185 - round title type. I of Dr. Haebler's group F (M60) double looped P, square C, round E + I. In use from 1478, superseded in 2487 by 165 B. - These types, 92 A + 106, were used by A. Rusch at Strassbourg in his Biblia Latina cum postillis printed for Koberger. 92 A - text type. Before 1485 there are an alternative florid V + barred H. Superceded in 1487 by 82 B 106 - large text + heading type of plain round form. Dr Haebler's M 49. from 1481 to 1485 it appears filed or kerned to 95 x 92 mm.

Johann Nider - Herolt's mentor. -Johannes Herolt was a Dominican preacher + prior at Nuremberg who died in 1480. His sermons were of considerable cultural, historical + juridical interest.

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