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[F]lecto genua mea ad patrem domini nostri ihesu [christ]i ...
Bonaventure, Saint, Cardinal, approximately 1217-1274
[Strasbourg, France : Printer of Henricus Ariminensis, ca. 1473-1474]
 p. ; 32 cm. (fol.)
Early works to 1800
Early works to 1800
Printer of Henricus Ariminensis
O'Brien, William, 1832-1899
Milltown Park Library (Dublin, Ireland)
Rare books genre
Title from Prologus, leaf 1.
Imprint from Goff.
Signatures: [1-9]⁸ ¹⁰.
On leaf 4, line 1, some copies have the reading "temp[or]e" instead of "tempore."
ExI copy: Inside the upper boards is one half of a manuscript indulgence on vellum, issued in the name of Konrad [von Thüngen], bishop of Würzburg, and dated 1523, on the day of St. Thomas the Apostle. The indulgence seems to be for the purpose of rebuilding an Augustinian monastery.
ExI copy: First initial in red with penwork decoration, 2- to 5- line initials in red, red initial strokes, paraphs, and underlining, manuscript quire numbers.
ExI copy: Bound in 19th century blind-stamped vellum over (original?) wooden boards, with intricate decoration in low relief of monkeys, cherubbs, birds, lizards and dragons.
ExI copy: Bookplate of William O'Brien (1832-1899), Irish judge and book collector who bequathed his library to the Jesuit community at Milltown Park, Dublin (book label from the Library in Milltown Park on verso of front flyleaf).
BM 15th cent., I, p. 77 (IB. 855)
Lecto genua mea ad patrem domini nostri ihesu xp̄i
Flecto genua mea ad patrem domini nostri Jhesu Christi
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