Doctrinal of sapience.

Format
Book
Language
Middle English (1100-1500)
Published/​Created
Westminster : William Caxton, [after 7 May 1489].
Description
92 leaves : ill. (woodcuts) ; 25.1 x 17.7 cm (folio).

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Notes
  • Colophon: Thus endeth the doctrinal of sapyence the whyche is ryght vtile and prouffytable to alle crysten men, whyche is translated out of Frenshe in to englysshe by wyllyam Caxton at westmestter fynysshed the. vij. day of may the yere of our lord, M,cccc lxxx ix Caxton me fieri fecit.
  • Signatures: A-I⁸ K-L¹⁰.
Provenance
  • Provenance: Ebenezer Mussell, Bethnal Green; John Ratcliffe; Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquis of Rockingham; 7th Earl Fitzwilliam.
  • WHS copy acquired 8 July 1998 (Christie's London, lot 5).
References
  • ESTC S109174
  • HC 14017
  • Goff D-302
  • DeRicci (C) 40
  • STC (2nd ed.) 21431
  • Duff 127
  • Needham, P. Printer & the pardoner, Cx 94
  • GW 8625
  • Bibliotheca Ratcliffiana, A catalogue of the elegant and truly valuable library of John Ratcliffe (1776) 1426
Other title(s)
Doctrinal of sapyence.
OCLC
1340401293
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