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A CATALOGUE OF THE 
FIFTEENTH-CENTURY PRINTED BOOKS 
IN THE HARVARD UNIVERSITY 
LIBRARY 

Volume V 



TexTS & sxuDies 



Volume 171 




A CATALOGUE 

OF THE 

FIFTEENTH-CENTURY 
PRINTED BOOKS 

IN THE 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY 
LIBRARY 

Volume V 

A Brief History of the Collection 
Cumulative Indices 



By James E. Walsh 

Keeper of Printed Books 

The Houghton Library 



en ecu ev2d_ & ReNMssAMce texts & srucnes 

Tempe, Arizona 
1997 



©Copyright 1997 
Arizona Board of Regents for Arizona State University 



Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data 

(Revised for vol. 5) 

Harvard University. Library. 
A catalogue of the fifteenth-century printed books in the Harvard University 

Library, 
p. cm. — (Medieval & Renaissance texts & studies ; v. 171) 

Includes indexes. 
Contents: v. 1. Books printed in Germany, Cerman-speaking Switzerland, and 

Austria-Hungary — v. 2. Books printed in Rome and Venice — v. 3. Books 

printed in Italy with the exception of Rome and Venice. — v. 4. Books printed in 

France, The Netherlands, the Iberian Peninsula, England, and Montenegro. 

Hebraica & Supplementary Entries. — v. 5. A brief history of the collection. 

Cumulative Indices. 
I. Incunabula — Bibliography — Catalogs. 2. Incunabula — Massachusetts — 
Cambridge — Bibliography — Catalogs. 3. Harvard University. Library — Catalogs. I. 
Walsh, James Edward, 1918- . II. Fifteenth -century printed books. 
Z240.H37 1991 011'.42'097444 90-6658 

ISBN 0-86698-096-2 (v. 1: alk. paper) 
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This book is made to last. 

It is set in Baskerville, smythe-sewn, 

and printed on acid-free paper 

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Contents 



Preface 


VII 


Brief History of the Collection 




General Background 


1 


Collections 


8 


Funds 


49 


Current Policy 


65 


Incunabula at the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine 


68 


Incunabula at the Harvard Law Library 


70 


Index to the Brief History 


73 


References 




Abbreviated References 


77 


Other References 


91 



Indices 

Author/Anonymous Title Index 109 
Editors and Translators and Secondary Works, 

Identified and Anonymous 264 

Printers and Places 289 

Provenance 314 

Index of Incunabula Containing Manuscripts 380 

Index of Incunabula with Identified Bindings 381 

Points of Bibliographical Interest 382 

Concordances 

Hain/HUL 387 

Proctor/HUL 412 

Gesamtkatalog/HUL 433 

Goff/HUL 445 

Errata and Addenda to Volumes 1-3 475 

Plates 479 



Preface 



Believing that it would be of general interest to users of this catalogue 
as well as a work of piety to the memory of the scores of Harvard graduates 
and friends whose gifts of books and money over many generations have 
contributed to the building up of the incunabula collection in the Harvard 
University Library, I have tried to provide an account of the circumstances 
surrounding some of the more extensive of those gifts or purchases and of 
the personalities of some of the donors who have established funds that have 
made those acquisitions possible. The collections have been described in 
roughly the order of their reception, the funds in the order of their estab- 
lishment. Obviously, not every collection or donor could be thus singled out, 
but I hope that the brief histories included here will give an idea of some of 
what lies behind the development of a great library. In Harvard's case it has 
been very much a cooperative undertaking. It is the rare university admin- 
istration, however wealthy the institution may be and however much lip 
service it may pay to the idea of the library being its heart, that can channel 
to its library more financial support than is necessary for its essential up- 
keep. It is gifts of books and of funds for the purchase of books that are what 
enable a library to go beyond the level of bare subsistence and develop a 
research potential that will draw scholars to it from all over the world as well 
as to provide access to its riches for those in its immediate neighborhood, the 
faculty and students of the university it serves. That the Harvard University 
Library has been able to do that so signally is due to the loyalty of its alumni 
and friends, the far-sightedness of its administrators, the support and 
involvement of faculty members in its long-range planning, and the 



VIII PREFACE 

professionalism of its staff. I have tried to make this clear in what follows, 
and I hope that I have been able, at least in part, to show how much the 
present officers and staff owe to their predecessors in all these respects. 
Comparatively few of the individuals treated in this brief history, after 
graduating from Harvard, went on to academic positions in later life. Many 
of them became business and professional men, doctors and lawyers, manu- 
facturers, some went into politics, some into the church. But all of them had 
in common a loyalty and devotion to their alma mater, a willingness to 
contribute their substance in furthering her welfare, and an understanding 
of the importance of her Library for the future of education in the United 
States. Their combined efforts have been decisive in making the Harvard 
Library the great institution it is today. 



While the preceding four volumes of this catalogue have each been 
provided with indices, I have all along regarded them as provisional, com- 
piled more as a temporary convenience for the user of the individual 
volumes than as an authoritative key to the contents of the work. That being 
the case, I cannot stress too strongly that it is only the cumulative indices 
contained in this fifth volume that are to be regarded as final. The others, 
which I am the first to admit have many inadequacies, not to say downright 
errors, should not be referred to. 

To this volume I have added an index of bibliographical points, which 
may be of interest to those concerned with the practices and vagaries of the 
early printers; and also a list of errata and addenda to volumes 1-3 (at the 
time of writing, volume 4 has too recendy been published for any to have yet 
come to my attention). It should be noted, though, that this list does not 
include errata or addenda to the indices in those volumes, since these are 
corrected or added in the final form of the indices in volume 5. I am under 
no illusion, however, that all errors have been caught and corrected. As I 
remarked in the preface to the first volume of this catalogue, the hydra of 
error is many-headed, and in a work of this size and complexity it would be 
unrealistic to claim that the monster has been completely vanquished. 

In finishing this final volume my thanks are due to Harley P. Holden, 
Curator of the Harvard University Archives, and his highly trained staff- 
Patrice Donoghue, Virginia Smyers, Danielle Green, and Brian Sullivan — all 
of whom have been helpful in mining the rich lodes of records in their care 
and finding for me the material that has enabled me to write the historical 
section that follows. That material has rarely been found lying on the surface 
and ready to hand but has often required considerable digging to be 
brought to light. I am grateful to the Archives staff for their long-continued 



PREFACE 



IX 



efforts and to Mr. Holden for permission to quote from the records under 
his care. In this connection I should note that, with the assent of the 
publisher, two sections of the following history, those dealing respectively 
with the Riant and with the Bowie Collections, have appeared or will appear 
elsewhere: the Riant in Harvard Library Bulletin, n.s., 6, no. 2 (Spring 1995), 
the Bowie in a festschrift to be published in 1998. 

I extend my best thanks to my colleagues W. H. Bond, Librarian 
Emeritus of the Houghton Library, Roger E. Stoddard, Curator of Rare 
Books in the Harvard College Library, and Kenneth E. Carpenter, Assistant 
Director for Research Resources in the University Library and the Harvard 
College Library, all of whom have read the historical section of this volume 
and made valuable suggestions, from which I have profited greatly. Once 
again I thank Dr. Paul Needham for his assistance with the provenance 
index. I am grateful to David Warrington for making the accession records 
of the Harvard Law Library available to me for the crucial period of World 
War II and its aftermath. And a special word of thanks to Richard Wendorf, 
Librarian of the Houghton Library, and to Dennis Marnon, Administrative 
Officer, for the financial support of my project. Also thanks to Gray Parrot, 
bookbinder par excellence, who has undertaken to bind a set of sheets of this 
catalogue for me in full leather in his own masterly style. 

In closing, perhaps I may be permitted a personal word. I find it fitting 
that the final volume of this catalogue, the most extensive publication of my 
career, should appear in the year marking the fiftieth anniversary of my 
beginning work at the Houghton Library. It was in 1947, when I was in my 
late twenties, that William A.Jackson, Houghton's Librarian, and William H. 
McCarthy, head of the Catalogue Department, took me on as a neophyte 
cataloguer and began the long process of my education in the intricacies of 
the rare book world. It is a process not yet completed, as I am sure all those 
who work with books, rare or otherwise, will understand. For those who 
work with books are privileged to maintain a lifelong learning process that 
does not end with the granting of a degree or the finishing of a course. My 
own education from the many thousands of books I have handled has been 
a continuing pleasure, and my gratitude to the successive library admin- 
istrations I have been fortunate to be a part of and to serve for half a century 
and that have been willing to support my work, even past official retirement 
and at a time when older methods of cataloguing are being replaced, is 
deeply felt. 

James E. Walsh 

Cambridge, Massachusetts 

15 August 1996 



A CATALOGUE OF THE 
FIFTEENTH-CENTURY PRINTED BOOKS 
IN THE HARVARD UNIVERSITY 
LIBRARY 

Volume V 



Brief History of the Cottection 



General Background 

It will be obvious that a collection built up over as long a period of time 
and from as many and diverse sources as Harvard's incunabula cannot be 
treated in the kind of painstaking detail that attempts to account for every 
individual item in it. Instead, I have chosen to concentrate on a number of 
its more important constituent parts, many of them acquired by gift, some 
by purchase, and to record those donors who by their gifts and by the 
establishment of book funds have made it possible for Harvard librarians of 
succeeding generations to build an incunabula collection that ranks as one 
of the best in the Western Hemisphere. In the nature of things, no American 
library can ever hope to rival the great European collections of fifteenth- 
century books. We were not in on the ground floor, so to speak: North 
America did not even have a rudimentary library collection for nearly two 
hundred years after the invention of printing by movable type; and it is fairly 
certain that few or none of the early setders in the American wilderness 
would have had time or means to bring together a library worthy of the 
name. The fact that a certain John Harvard did have a library as early as 
1637 was due to his having shipped it over from England when he left his 
native land to establish himself in the New World. 

The man for whom Harvard University is named was born in 1607 into 
a family of tradespeople in Southwark, that part of London lying on the 
south bank of the Thames. He entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in 
1627 and received his A.B. in 1631, his A.M. in 1635. Ordained to the min- 
istry in or before 1635, he married Ann Sadler of Ringmer, Sussex, in 1636 



2 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

and a year later emigrated with her to New England, where he settled in 
Charlestown in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He raised cattle and assisted 
at the church in Charlestown. He was not a robust man, however, and on 14 
September 1638 he died "of a consumption," leaving half of his estate and 
all his library of some 373 volumes to the college recendy (1636) founded at 
Newtown, the original, short-lived name of Cambridge. In gratitude for this 
bequest the Great and General Court of the fledgling colony voted on 13 
March 1639 that "the colledge agreed upon formerly to bee built at 
Cambridg shalbee called Harvard Colledge." John Harvard's library was a 
very respectable one, such as would have done credit to an educated English 
gentleman of the early seventeenth century. In 1 907 an exhibition was 
mounted in connection with the 300th anniversary of his birth. A list of the 
books bequeathed by him to the College is preserved in the earliest record 
book in the Harvard Archives, and this was carefully studied by A. C. Potter, 
who wrote of it, 

Harvard's library was mainly theological. About seventy per cent, 
of his whole collection may be classed as theology, and of this, over 
half consisted of biblical commentary or exegesis. It is interesting 
to note that there were several Roman Catholic works, and also 
that there was comparatively little religious controversy. In other 
fields, we find that the classics are represented by 27 volumes, both 
in the original and in English translation; grammars and diction- 
aries form a group of 22 volumes; half a dozen volumes may be 
classed as science; logic claims seven volumes; English literature is 
represented by only five works, and history by four; and there are 
two books in law and three or four in medicine. As for languages, 
the library was about equally divided between English and Latin, 
although there were several works in Greek and in Hebrew. 
Apparently there was nothing in either French or German. 

As might be expected, most of the books were printed in the sixteenth and 
early seventeenth centuries; there were no incunabula. 

A few must have trickled in over the next eighty-five years, however, for 
in the Catalogus librorum Bibliothecae Collegij Harvardini, published in 1723, at 
least six books with imprints dated before 1501 are recorded, three of them 
commentaries on the Sententiae of Petrus Lombardus: Petrus de Alliaco, 
Quaestiones super libros Sententiarum (Strassburg, Husner, 1490; GoffA-481); 
Bonaventura, Opuscula (Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 1495; Goff B-928); 
Robert Holcot, Super quattuor libros Sententiarum (Lyons, Trechsel, 1497; Goff 
H-287); Ranulphus Higden, Polycronicon (Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 
1495; Goff H-268); Hartmann Schedel, Liber chronicarum (Nuremberg, 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 5 

Koberger, 1493; Goff S-307); and Pius II, Epistolae familiar es (Lyons, Jean de 
Vingle, 1497; Goff P-722); an entry under Johann Brentz, Enarratio in 
evangelia dominicalia, with imprint "Erphurdiae 1500," has the date mis- 
printed: Brentz was not born until 1499, and the work recorded was 
published in 1550. There are a couple of entries in the 1723 Catalogus with 
no place or date given that may represent incunabula — Ortus sanitatis and 
Guillelmus Parisiensis, Sermones — but there is no way of determining that 
(see W. H. Bond and Hugh Amory, The Printed Catalogues of the Harvard 
College Library, 1723-1790 [Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1996].) 

Nor is there any way of knowing whether any more incunabula were 
received between 1723 and 1764, when a disastrous fire on a cold January 
night almost completely destroyed the Harvard Library, which then num- 
bered an estimated 5,000 volumes. Of these, some 404 survived the fire by 
the lucky chance of being out on loan or of not yet having been unpacked 
and added to the shelves. Only one volume from John Harvard's library was 
among the survivors. An Account of the Fire at Harvard-College, in Cambridge; 
with the Loss sustained thereby (Plate I) was immediately printed and distributed 
widely. It ends with the heartfelt plea, "As the General Assembly have this 
day [26 January 1764] chearfully and unanimously voted to rebuild Harvard 
Hall [the building in which the Library was then kept], it encourges us to 
hope, that the Library and [scientific] Apparatus will also be repaired by the 
private munificence of those who wish well to America, have a regard for 
New-England, and know the importance of literature to the Church and 
State." 

This pious hope was rapidly fulfilled, for in two and a half years, gifts 
to the Library of both money and books had swelled its holdings to some- 
thing like 4,350 volumes. Among the donors who rallied to the support of 
the Library in its need was Thomas Hollis, of Lincoln's Inn, London, whose 
benefactions to the Harvard Library, which he never visited, merit the con- 
tinuing gratitude of today's users. In addition to hundreds of books, many 
of them specially bound and ornamented with emblematic tools repre- 
senting his republican tendencies, in 1774 he bequeathed £500 to establish 
Harvard's oldest endowed book fund, still active today. The only incunable 
Hollis gave after the fire is the edition of Cleonides, Harmonicum intro- 
ductorium (Venice, Simon Bevilaqua, 1497; see no. 2529). 

A much enlarged Catalogus Bibliothecae Harvardianae was published in 
1790, and it is noteworthy that the only incunable listed in its 358 pages is 
the above-mentioned Cleonides. While gifts of sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and 
eighteenth-century books contributed greatly to the increase of the Library 
between 1 764 and 1 790, the fifteenth remained almost unrepresented until 
well into the nineteenth century. In 1820, by the bequest of Thomas Palmer 
(H 1761), a copy of the 1498 Politian (Venice, Manutius) was received; but 



4 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

it is a little embarrassing to have to record that this copy, once owned by 
Christophorus Longolius, seems to have been abstracted from the library of 
New College, Oxford (see no. 2668). How it came into Palmer's possession 
cannot be determined: he is not recorded as ever having been enrolled at 
New College. He did embark on the Grand Tour after his graduation from 
Harvard, however, and acquired a set of Piranesi prints of views of Rome 
and Herculaneum in twenty large folio volumes, which he sent to his alma 
mater in the late 1 760s. He probably acquired the Politian on his European 
travels, one must assume quite honestly. On Palmer's death in 1820 he be- 
queathed 1,169 volumes to Harvard, which for many years were shelved in 
a special alcove in Gore Hall, Harvard's nineteenth-century library building. 

From 1821 until his death in 1843 Francis W. P. Greenwood (H 1814) 
donated a number of incunabula, either from his own library or from the li- 
brary of King's Chapel, Boston, where he was the minister. In acknow- 
ledgment of "these repeated and valuable contributions to the literary 
apparatus of the University," the Harvard Corporation, at their meeting of 
20 July 1837, voted an expression of gratitude to Mr. Greenwood. After his 
death, what remained of his library was sold at aucdon. For his gifts of 
incunabula, see the provenance index. 

Obadiah Rich assembled a remarkable collection of books relating to 
America and is remembered for his Bibliotheca Americana Nova, a still-useful 
forerunner of the more extensive later works of Sabin, Harrisse, and Evans. 
He spent the years 1816-1823 as American consul at Valencia and in 1829 
moved to London, where he became an antiquarian bookseller. In this 
capacity he acted as an agent for American libraries, among them Harvard. 
Though not a Harvard graduate himself, he maintained a strong interest in 
the Harvard Library and presented it with a number of incunabula in the 
1830s and 1840s. One of these was the 1475 Diogenes Laertius, which for a 
few years was counted as the oldest printed book in the College Library (see 
no. 1577). He was a charter member of the Boston Athenaeum and a mem- 
ber of the Massachusetts Historical Society, and he was made an honorary 
member of the American Antiquarian Society. 

In 1837 we received a remarkable accession of some thirteen incu- 
nabula, the largest in any one year to that date. Of these, eleven were 
recorded on the same day and were a purchase, but what the source was 
does not appear, either in the books themselves or in the Harvard Archives. 
What does appear, however, (and this is unusual) is their price: in each 
volume is the notation, "Cost 50 cts." The books have various German, Swiss, 
or Venetian imprints and were all printed in the 1490s. Even in 1837, the 
idea of paying fifty cents for a fifteenth-century book must have been 
unusual, and I wish I could throw more light on this transaction. But the 
records are dumb. 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 5 

George Livermore (1809-1865), a leather and wool merchant of 
Boston, on whom Harvard conferred an honorary degree in 1850, was also 
a bibliophile who assembled a notable collection of books. In 1844 he gave 
the Harvard Library a copy of the 1469 edition of St. Jerome's letters 
printed by Johann Mentelin at Strassburg (see no. 52). In 1859 John 
Langdon Sibley, librarian of Harvard College, wrote in the MS of his annual 
report an enthusiastic description of a collection of 120 volumes placed in 
the Library as a deposit by Livermore. The collection was particularly strong 
in Bibles, including at least seven fifteenth-century editions in Latin or 
German, the first edition of Erasmus's Greek New Testament of 1516, and 
the Aldine Greek Septuagint and New Testament of 1518. Also present were 
Petrus Niger's Stern des Meschiah (Esslingen, Fyner, 1477) and Stephan 
Fridolin's Schatzbehalter (Nuremberg, Koberger, 1491). Sibley's description 
occupies three and a half hand-written pages — but all of them have been 
crossed through and a pencil note added, "All this pertaining to Mr Liver- 
more's Deposit must be omitted in printing." What had happened? Though 
the Livermore books were clearly designated as a deposit rather than a gift, 
Sibley did say, "As it has been intimated that the deposit may never be 
removed I have enumerated the volumes among the accessions"; but he 
himself or someone else in authority must have decided that it was perhaps 
risky to consider a deposit permanent until it was actually made so. And it 
was just as well, for while the books remained in the Library for thirty-five 
years, were catalogued, and were available for use by readers until 1893, in 
that year, after the death of Livermore's widow, her son, as executor of her 
estate, wrote to Justin Winsor, Sibley's successor as librarian, to ask that the 
deposited books be withdrawn from the Library and turned over to the 
Boston firm of C. F. Libbie for auction. The sale took place on 20-23 
November 1894. Other copies of some, but not all, of the deposited Liver- 
more books have been acquired by the Harvard Library since their with- 
drawal; but one still feels a pang of regret at the loss of so distinguished a 
collection. 

It requires an effort of the imagination to realize that in the early and 
mid-nineteenth century the Harvard Library, today one of the largest and 
most important in the world, had only niggardly sums at its disposal for the 
purchase of books. The lion's share of what funds there were had necessarily 
to be spent on current publications and periodicals. The Library still 
depended heavily on gifts. A few abortive attempts at fund-raising were 
made, but it was not until 1842 that one met with any success. This was 
known as the Donation Fund of 1842 and raised nearly $17,000. Instead of 
being set up as a fund in the modern sense, however, with only the interest 
available for current use, the principal itself was spent over the next few 
years, with the result that there was soon nothing left of it. Only two 



6 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

incunabula were acquired with this fund in 1845 and 1846 (see nos. 2739 
and 3526). 

The lack of funds for current purchases was attested in considerable 
detail in the Report of the Committee of the Association of the Alumni of Harvard 
College, Appointed to Take into Consideration the State of the College Library 
(Cambridge, 1858). This Committee had been charged in 1857 "to take into 
consideration the state of the College Library, and devise adequate means 
for its increase, maintenance, and administration." Opinions were solicited 
from professors and librarians with regard to the deficiencies they perceived 
in the Library's holdings in the various fields of their interests or expertise, 
and their reports make for uniformly depressing reading. One after another 
they complain that the Library is ten, fifteen, even twenty years behind in 
the acquisition of current scholarly works, and they point out the universal 
truth that when an important book is not bought on publication, it becomes 
increasingly difficult to get once it has gone out of print. Associate Librarian 
Ezra Abbot reported on the lamentable lack of bibliographical journals. He 
declared "that bibliographical works must, from their very nature, lie at the 
foundation of a library; that they are indispensable as a guide in the selec- 
tion of books to be purchased; and that they are also of the highest im- 
portance, not to the librarian and cataloguer merely, but to all who have 
occasion to use the collection for any purpose of research." In this 1858 
Report Abbot restricted himself to a single field; but eleven years later, in a 
letter addressed to (and probably solicited by) Edward Jarvis, chairman of 
the subcommittee appointed to examine the Library in 1869, he set himself 
a much broader scope. The passage is lengthy, but I reproduce it in nearly 
its entirety to show the seriousness of the situation as it was perceived by an 
important officer of the Library at the time: 

The most pressing want of the Library is the means of purchasing 
the new books which represent the latest result of scientific, 
literary and historical research, in every department of learning. 
The funds at our command for the last four or five years have not 
been sufficient to supply more than a tenth part of the modern 
works of which we are in urgent need, with the exception of 
periodicals and a few serial publications of learned societies. That 
this must be so, will be evident at once, when we consider the 
amount of these funds, and the restrictions imposed on several of 
them. The Haven fund is appropriated to books in mathematics 
and astronomy; the income from the Shapleigh fund (principal 
$4777) to polite literature, exclusive of books in the Greek and 
Latin languages; that of the Salisbury fund (principal $5000) to 
Greek and Latin authors and works illustrative of them [see p. 49]. 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION *] 

The mathematical and classical departments of the Library are 
accordingly comparatively well off, though the deficiencies in both 
are great. The income of the Shapleigh fund is utterly inadequate 
to supply the demands of the department to which it is devoted. 
It is far from sufficient to purchase the current works of value 
which come under the head of polite literature in the English 
language merely, to say nothing of those in French, German, 
Italian, Spanish, and other modern languages. The Library is 
accordingly wofully deficient even in this department. 

But it is in those classes of literature for which no special funds 
are provided, that our wants are most painfully felt. The principal 
of the unrestricted funds, including the Hay ward fund (which is 
devoted to modern books of science and literature), is only 
$19,222, the interest of which at 6 per cent, is about $1 150. More 
than one half of this is expended for periodicals, serials, and their 
binding, leaving only about $500 for the supply of books in Physics 
in all its branches, Chemistry, Geology, Mineralogy, Mining, 
Botany, every branch of Zoology, Paleontology, Comparative 
Anatomy and Physiology, every branch of Medicine, Agriculture, 
Horticulture, Domestic Economy, all the Useful Arts and Manu- 
factures, Civil Engineering, Military Engineering and the Art of 
War, Architecture, Drawing, Engraving, Painting, Sculpture, 
Music, Philology including works on all Languages except Latin 
and Greek, Geography, Civil and Physical, Ancient and Modern, 
Travels, Statistics, Biography, Genealogy and Heraldry, the 
immense range of literature included under History, Antiquities, 
and Ethnology, the vast literature of Religions and Theology in its 
various branches, including Ecclesiastical History and Antiquities, 
every branch of Law, Logic, Metaphysics, Psychology, Morals, 
Aesthetics, Education, and every branch of Political and Social 
Science — $500 a year for the books that we need in these and 
many minor departments of literature! Two or three or perhaps 
a single one of the works in Zoology alone which Prof. Agassiz 
wants would use it all up. Yet it is these expensive works, which 
few private individuals can afford to possess, but which are indis- 
pensable to thorough research, works, many of them published in 
Europe under the patronage of governments, which ought, above 
most others, to be found in public libraries. But it is in these 
especially that our Library is sadly deficient. . . . 

The librarian's reports for the mid- and later nineteenth century are 
filled with expressions of gratitude for those who gave books to the Library. 



8 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

But gifts, while always welcome, reflect the particular interests of individual 
donors and can never be a substitute for a focused collecting policy aimed at 
the careful building up of resources in the many fields of learning needed 
to be represented in a university library for teaching and research. That 
requires the expert knowledge of a highly trained staff backed by sufficient 
funds to allow that staff to perform its function adequately. From the above 
cri de coeur of Ezra Abbot it will be plain that at the time he was writing 
Harvard was unable to support its Library in a satisfactory way. The remedy 
obviously lay in efforts to increase the funds available for the systematic 
purchase of books. As noted by Abbot, several of the funds available in his 
time were restricted to particular fields, and that was sometimes the case 
with new funds established as the nineteenth century wore on: the Con- 
stantius fund established by E. A. Sophocles in 1886, for example (see p. 53), 
was mainly intended for the purchase of Greek and Latin classics. But some 
funds were set up as unrestricted, the Charles Minot (see p. 51), James 
Walker (see p. 52), and H. L. Pierce funds (see p. 55) among them. By 1878 
responsibility for directing how funds should be spent for the purchase of 
books in a number of fields — English language and literature, Romance 
languages and literatures, Scandinavian literatures, and, above all, folklore, 
Child's favorite — had been delegated to Francis James Child, professor of 
English. In August of 1878 he wrote to James Russell Lowell that the Library 
had nearly $16,000 a year to spend on books, and it is of interest to note that 
at the Medlicott sale in the following September we bought Johannes de 
Capua, Directorium humanae vitae, ca. 1489 (no. 199), and anArs moriendi, ca. 
1485 (no. 3610), neither of which would have been considered bread-and- 
butter necessities in earlier times. So the financial situation gradually im- 
proved to increase the purchasing power of the Library. At the same time, 
of course, gifts and bequests continued to provide a fundamental source of 
further development, as will be shown in the following description of some 
of the more important collections. 



Collections 



CHARLES SUMNER COLLECTION 

An important addition to the Harvard Library was received in 1874 on the 
death of Charles Sumner (H 1830), United States senator from Massa- 
chusetts from 1851 to 1874. Sumner was a staunch advocate of the abolition 
of slavery, and when President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Procla- 
mation it was said that no man had done more than Sumner to prepare 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 9 

public sentiment for its approval. He was also a collector of books and manu- 
scripts, though not always the most discriminating: he occasionally bought 
items represented to him as autographed by this or that famous figure or 
containing marginal drawings by a well-known artist, that have not stood up 
to the scrutiny of later specialists. But throughout his career he was a 
generous donor to the Harvard Library and on his death bequeathed to it 
what remained of his own library as well as a fund for purchases. In his 
annual report for 1873/74 J. L. Sibley wrote: 

Since the last annual examination the Library has lost one of its 
best friends in the death of Charles Sumner. His interest in it 
began when he was in College. His love of books and acquaintance 
with the contents and management of libraries in Europe and 
America made him a valuable counsellor. Extensive researches in 
relation to the numerous and diverse subjects, which he was 
prompted or called on to investigate, led him to attach great 
importance to small and ephemeral as well as to large and more 
durable works. In the gratification he felt on finding that all his 
small as well as more important gifts to the Library were 
catalogued and preserved, he enlarged on the value of pamphlets, 
alluded to the use made by Macaulay of almanacs, and said he had 
rather have them here, where one could at once lay his hand on 
them, than in his own house. Accordingly he sent several boxes, 
annually, their contents increasing in value with his continuance 
in Congress, so that we have probably an almost unrivalled 
collection relating to the Rebellion [i.e., the American Civil War]. 

In addition to more than two hundred 8c fifty maps, thirteen 
hundred volumes, and probably 15,000 or 20,000 pamphlets, 
given during his life time, he bequeathed the treasures of his li- 
brary. From his tastes and attainments it is not difficult to form a 
general idea of their character. They are in excellent condition, 
several of them gorgeously bound, others valuable as choice edi- 
tions, or gifts of authors and friends, there being missals, original 
manuscripts as Bruce's Address by Burns, volumes containing 
autographs of Milton, Pope, Dryden, others splendidly illustrated, 
or valued because they had belonged to the libraries of eminent 
men and had been read by them, or like Bunyan's Bible, were the 
daily companions and sources of inspiration to persons of moral 8c 
intellectual worth. In variety and rarities. the collection surpasses 
any previously received. . . . 

Not satisfied with what he had already done, he bequeathed a 
large sum "to the President and Fellows of Harvard College, in 



10 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

trust, for the benefit of the College Library, my desire being," he 
says, "that the income should be applied to the purchasing of 
books relating to politics and fine arts. This bequest is made in filial 
regard for the college. In selecting especially the library, I am gov- 
erned by the consideration that all my life I have been a user of 
books, and having few of my own I have relied on the libraries of 
friends and on public libraries; so that what I now do is only a 
return for what I have freely received." How much the pecuniary 
bequest will amount to cannot yet be determined, but I hope, 
though I may be too sanguine, that it will be $40,000 or $50,000. 
[The actual amount was $36,315.51.] 

It is important to note here the end of Sibley's report for 1873/74, in 
which he calls attention, not for the first or last time, to the inadequacy of 
Gore Hall as a place to accommodate the Harvard Library: 

The magnanimous spirit in which Mr. Sumner confided to the 
College his choicest treasures, and provided for an increase brings 
with it an appeal to make provision for the safe-keeping of the 
trust which cannot go unheeded without incurring the charge of 
ingratitude. Every year's experience in Gore Hall strengthens my 
conviction of its unsuitableness for a library, that all attempts to 
make it so are worse than worthless, that all expenditure of money 
beyond what is absolutely necessary to provide temporarily for 
accessions is an evil, & that measures should be taken at once for 
a comfortable, Fire-proof building, with double-walls, to accom- 
modate the hundreds of thousands of volumes which will accumu- 
late in the course of a century, and the millions which will be 
gathered in two or three centuries; and which, moreover, because 
of its peculiar excellences, shall tempt persons to prefer this library 
to any other, as a depository for special collections on which they 
have expended money, time, and labor, and which have become 
to them like household gods [Plate II]. 

That Gore Hall was not an ideal, or even a suitable, place for students 
or faculty to work in, especially during the short days of winter, can be 
illustrated by one of the articles in The Statutes and Laws of Harvard College 
(1860), a copy of which was given to students and officers: 

The Library shall be properly aired and ventilated in summer, and 
shall be made comfortably warm in winter, during Library hours. 
Great care shall be taken to preserve the books from dampness 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 11 

and from dust. No academical exercises shall be allowed in the 
Library. It shall never be lighted or illuminated; nor shall an open 
lighted candle or lamp be carried or used in it; excepting, only, 
when the Librarian is obliged to seal official letters with wax, he 
may, with proper precautions, use a lighted taper for that 
purpose. 

Sibley was right on the mark in his estimate of the growth of the Harvard 
Library, for in less than a century from the time of this report its holdings 
had increased to several millions. He once declared that "not a book or 
pamphlet has ever been printed, of which it is not desirable to have one copy 
in the Library" — a sentiment reminiscent of his contemporary Sir Thomas 
Phillipps's postscript in a letter to Robert Curzon (28 April 1869), "I am 
buying Printed Books because I wish to have one copy of every book in the 
worldUW." Sibley did not, however, live to see his hopes for a new library 
fulfilled: it took another forty years, the tragedy of the Titanic, and the 
generosity of the Widener family to give substance to Sibley's dream. 

While Sumner's library contained only a dozen incunabula, they 
included two leaves from the Fust and Schoeffer Latin Bible of 1462 (no. 6); 
the second impression of the Summa de articulis fidei of Thomas Aquinas by 
the printer of the Catholicon (1469?; no. 30); the Philalethes of Maphaeus 
Vegius by the printer of the Historia SanctiAlbani (ca. 1472; no. 393); and the 
Sweynheym and Pannartz 1470 edition of Lactantius (no. 1290) — all works 
of considerable rarity. 



WINSLOW LEWIS COLLECTION 

Winslow Lewis (H 1819), an overseer of Harvard College from 1856 to 1868 
and a distinguished anatomist and surgeon in Boston for nearly fifty years, 
had a singularly unpromising career as an undergraduate. According to 
faculty records, he incurred fines during his freshman and sophomore years 
for defacing chapel seats, for whispering during public worship, and for 
wearing an "illegal" coat in chapel — though in what respect the coat was 
"illegal" does not appear. In October of 1817 Lewis was one of a number of 
undergraduates found guilty of disorderly conduct by breaking the door of 
a student's chamber; he was also charged with "assaulting the same student 
by snapping his gun at him, accompanying the act with threatening langu- 
age." The authorities therefore voted to suspend him until the end of the 
winter vacation. Much more seriously, in July of 1819 Lewis, "charged with 
having been concerned with [another undergraduate] in taking away the bell 
of the Cambridge schoolhouse, in order to exculpate himself, acknowledged 



12 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

that at that time he visited a house of bad fame in Boston, wherefore voted 
that Lewis be dismissed from College." A few days later, however, "the 
vote . . . dismissing Lewis from College being communicated to him, he 
declared, that the government had misunderstood him, in supposing that 
he admitted the inference upon which his dismission was grounded, 
wherefore, after hearing his explanation voted, that the vote for the 
dismission of Lewis be rescinded. Voted also, that Lewis be admonished for 
indiscretion, prevarication, and keeping bad company." The admonition 
apparently took, for after receiving his A.B. degree he entered the Medical 
School, where he would have had no time for any such japes, and was given 
his M.D. in 1822. After a trip to Europe and further studies with eminent 
surgeons in Paris and London, he began his practice in Boston. He married 
in 1828 and began building a solid reputation not only as a respected and 
much-consulted surgeon but also as a public servant. He was several times 
a representative from Boston to the general court, was a member of the 
common council in 1839, served often on the school committee in Boston, 
and was a counsellor of the Massachusetts Medical Society. His gifts to the 
Harvard Library over the years were numerous, including not only eleven 
incunabula, many dating from the 1470s and five printed in the smaller 
towns of Italy (see the provenance index), but also a Latin MS on vellum, 
written in England in the second half of the twelfth century, containing lives 
of St. Anselm of Canterbury and of several abbots of Cluny (the present f 
MS Lat 27), and a commonplace book of John Hancock, grandfather of the 
better-known governor of the same name, in an American seventeenth-cen- 
tury binding with the owner's printed booklabel dated 1687 (MS Am 121). 



ROBERT TROUP PAINE COLLECTION 

While the incunabula left to the Harvard Library in the name of Robert 
Troup Paine (H 1851) do not number more than six (see nos. 352, 941, 
1292, 2409, 3395, and 3877) and are the gift of the young man's father, 
Martyn Paine (H 1813), rather than of Robert himself, the sad circumstances 
of Robert's suicide shortly before he was due to graduate with his class in 
1851 resulted, after his father's death in 1877, in a many-sided bequest that 
continues to provide scholarships and prizes for undergraduates of the pres- 
ent day, as well as a fund for the purchase of books for the Widener Library. 
J. L. Sibley has an entry in his private journal for 10 March 1851, describing 
the "great sensation" caused by Robert's death, and another on 10 Novem- 
ber 1877, reporting the death of Martyn Paine and stating that "Dr. P. left 
all his property to Harvard College in the name of his son, Robert Troup 
Paine." Because Robert did not live to take his degree, there was some ques- 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 13 

tion of including his name in the roll of the class of 1851. However, the 
Corporation Records have the following entry: 

The President Qared Sparks] represented that Robert Troup 
Paine, of the Class of 1851, having almost completed his College 
course, died suddenly, thereby disappointing the confident hopes 
which the early promise of his genius and character had awak- 
ened: that degrees are often conferred on students who have not 
remained in College so long as he did: that it is the earnest wish of 
the classmates of Paine, that his name should be inserted in its 
place with theirs in the Triennial Catalogue: that this favour has 
been granted before in respect to one who did not live to graduate 
with his class: and finally that it would be highly gratifying to his 
father Dr Martyn Paine of New York, a distinguished Professor in 
one of the Medical Schools of that City. He now asks that he may 
see the name of his only son, enrolled with his own, and those of 
his father and grandfather, among the sons of Harvard, that the 
remembrance of him, at least, may be left upon the earth. Where- 
upon it was voted — That with the consent of the Board of Over- 
seers, the name of Robert Troup Paine, conformably to the fore- 
going request, be inserted in the next Triennial Catalogue. 



RIANT COLLECTION 

On 29 March 1896 the Parisian book dealer A. Picard wrote to Justin 
Winsor, librarian of Harvard College, 

Je suis charge de negocier la vente d'une Bibliotheque fort 
importante et d'un interet fort particulier. II s'agit de la collection 
des livres Scandinaviens assemblee par feu Monsieur le Comte 
Riant dont je vous envoie d'ailleurs le catalogue par le meme 
courir. . . . Le prix auquel je suis autorise a traiter serait de quinze 
a dixhuit mille francs. Je vous prie de m'accuser reception du 
catalogue. . . . 

Winsor's response, if any, is not preserved, but Picard's offer was obviously 
made to other libraries as well, and this Scandinavian section of the Riant 
Collection found a buyer in the Yale University Library. The Riant catalogue 
was published in three volumes, 1896-1899; the first volume contained the 
Scandinavian books, and it was for that reason that they were offered for sale 
separately. When the second and third volumes of the catalogue appeared 



14 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

in 1899, the new librarian of Harvard College, William Coolidge Lane 
(Winsor having died in 1898), on 26 July 1899 wrote to Picard to ask what 
the conditions would be for acquiring parts of the Riant library, and he must 
also have asked Alfred C. Potter, at that time in charge of the Order 
Department in the Harvard Library, to sound out Picard, for on 13 August 
1899 Potter wrote to Lane from Shaftesbury in England, where he was on 
a holiday bicycling tour, 

I saw Picard in Paris the other day about the Riant books, & I am 
sorry to say that he is entirely unwilling to entertain any offer for 
separate parts of the collection. If it is not sold as a whole, it will be 
put up at auction & we must take our chances at the sale. The 
books themselves are in Switzerland, so of course I could not see 
them. Altogether I feel that my mission to Paris was not very 
successful. 

Sometime during August or September of that year Archibald Cary 
Coolidge, assistant professor of history at Harvard, must also have visited 
Picard in Paris, for on 30 September 1899 he wrote to Lane: 

Will you kindly submit to the Library Council the following 
proposition for the purchase of the Riant Collection whose cata- 
logue you have now in your hands. If the Harvard Library will 
contribute two thousand dollars to this purchase and take the 
necessary steps, I agree that the two thousand remaining from my 
Father's gift of last year be devoted to the same purpose [this 
refers to J. Randolph Coolidge's gift of $3,000 for the purchase of 
books from the library of Charles Schefer relating to the history of 
Turkey; a little less than $1,000 was spent]; I offer two thousand 
more in his name, and I undertake to guarantee the remainder, 
up to the sum of ten thousand dollars, thereby making a total of 
sixteen thousand dollars or eighty thousand francs. The amount 
that I shall have to pay will be the difference between the sum that 
is required (over and above the six thousand dollars from the 
other sources) to complete the purchase and the sum which will be 
realized, after deducting legitimate expenses, by the sale of those 
books which the Harvard Library does not want. It is understood 
that, except by special consent, that sale should include all dup- 
licates, the section on theology (etc., sections II to VII [of the Riant 
catalogue] inclusive) and perhaps the section of manuscripts 
though I shall hardly insist on this last if the Library seriously 
wants it. It seems to me that the expenses to be legitimately 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 15 

deducted from the amount realized by the sale of duplicates etc. 
include the cost of a new catalogue, if one is advisable, advertising, 
commissions, taxes, etc. but not any work done in the Harvard 
Library in looking up titles etc. nor binding, nor the freight 
charges from Paris to Cambridge. 

I have but two conditions to make to my offer. First, that the Li- 
brary besides undertaking all the work should also furnish tem- 
porarily all the money (above the available six thousand) that is 
required, and merely present the bill without interest to me in the 
end. I undertake to pay it promptly, and even in case of my death 
sufficient provision has been made. 

Second, in the unlikely case that so much money is received 
from the sale of duplicates etc. that not only nothing is required of 
me but even a surplus comes back to the Library, that surplus shall 
go to reestablishing my Father's fund for the purchase of books on 
the Eastern Question which will have been devoted to this trans- 
action. 

On receipt of this letter, Lane cabled Picard on 2 October to tell him 
that a formal offer would be on its way as soon as authorization was made by 
the Library Council. This was prompdy forthcoming, and on 6 October Lane 
wrote to Picard that he has understood from Potter, "and in consequence of 
Prof. Coolidge's interview with you which he has reported to us," that the 
collection must be sold as a whole. He continues: 

The Library Council has decided to make you the following offer, 
which I hope you will find satisfactory. 

1. To offer 75000 fr. for the whole collection (in which are 
included I understand, the 117 manuscripts catalogued on pp. 
xlvi-lxviii.) 

2. To ask you to sell for us such books as are duplicates of what 
we already have (such as nos. ... to name a few extensive sets) and 
possibly certain whole sections in which we are less interested, such 
as sections II-VII [of theology]. Those books which we wish to 
retain to be delivered in Paris without additional charge, properly 
boxed & ready for shipment to America. 

3. To pay (1) 5000 fr. immediately on the acceptance of this 
offer, (2) to pay 35000 fr. on receipt of the books in America, (3) to 
settle whatever balance is due after the sale of what we wish to sell 
through you. 

If these terms, or terms on practically this basis, are satisfactory 
to you I shall be obliged if you will cable me, addressing Harvard 



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16 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

Library, Cambridge. I have asked my friend Mr. L. W. Pulsifer, 
now studying in Paris, to call on you as my representative in order 
that, if any other necessary points ought to be considered without 
delay, you may discuss them with him. Further details in regard to 
the delivery of the books & the sale of those to be left with you can 
be arranged, I have no doubt with mutual satisfaction, later. 

I cabled to you on Oct. 2 that an offer would be sent, and have 
waited until today only in order that I might have the formal 
authorization of the Library Council. If this offer is accepted, I will 
ask you kindly to send me 3 copies of the Catalogue which I shall 
find it convenient to use. 

On the following day, 7 October 1899, Lane wrote again to Picard in 
response to a cable: 

It was with great satisfaction that I received your cable message 
yesterday informing me that the price of the Riant Collection had 
been reduced to 70000 francs, and I immediately cabled to you 
our acceptance of the collection at that price. 

I had written to you on the 5th [i.e., 6th] inst. offering a 
different sum & proposing certain terms of payment. In regard to 
the latter, I shall be quite willing, in consideration of the lower 
price at which the collection is sold, to withdraw the stipulation 
that the books shall be delivered packed £sf ready for shipment 8c to 
agree that the Harvard Library shall be at the expense of packing 
& packing-cases for shipment from Paris to America. The other 
propositions in regard to payment I hereby confirm 8c hope you 
will find them satisfactory. 

We shall immediately proceed to compare the printed cata- 
logue of the Collection with the catalogue of this Library so as to 
inform you as early as possible what books we shall ask you to sell 
for us again in Paris, and in the meantime we should like to ar- 
range with you the terms on which you will undertake to make this 
sale for us. 

One section of the collection (nos. 3255-3752) [material about 
the Crusades] we particularly desire to receive as soon as may be, 
and we shall examine the tides in this section first. If the collection 
is in such condition that it is practicable to deal with one portion 
in advance of the others I shall ask you to send these books over as 
soon as possible, after the matter of duplicates to be retained in 
Paris is determined. We want to have them in our hands by 
December 1. 






HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 17 

I notice that none of Count Riant's own works are included in 
the Collection as catalogued, and I beg to enquire whether it 
would not be possible to add to it a substantially complete collec- 
tion of his works as described in the interesting & exhaustive bib- 
liography prefixed to the Catalogue. Such an addition would be 
much appreciated. 

On 20 October 1899 Picard replied: 

Nous acceptons en principe le mode de paiement que vous nous 
proposez. Nous considerons done l'affair comme conclue et nous 
sommes tres content personnellement d'entrer ainsi en relations 
plus intimes avec vous — esperant que vous avez toute satisfaction 
de votre cote. 

On 15 November 1899 a brief note from Lane to Picard: 

I received your card of the 3d inst. yesterday, in which you say that 
Count Riant's family intend to present to this Library a set of 
Count Riant's publications. . . . We only regret that the collection 
relating to Scandinavian subjects could not also have found its final 
resting place in this Library instead of in the library of our sister 
university, of Yale. 

Shortly after the beginning of the New Year (3 January 1 900) Lane wrote 
again to Picard: 

The three cases of Riant books finally reached us on December 28, 
after some delay in Liverpool due to the scarcity of steamers, and 
after a few days further unavoidable delay in Boston. . . . We are 
delighted at the beautiful condition of the books and their attrac- 
tive appearance. 

The Riant Collection was the outstanding acquisition of the year, and 
Lane commented on it at length in his annual report for the 1899/1900 
academic year: 

By far the most important addition of the year has been the Riant 
library, which we owe to Professor Archibald Cary Coolidge's 
interest in the history of Turkey and the Latin East, and to his own 
generosity and that of his father, Mr. J. Randolph Coolidge, of 
Boston, in giving the larger part of the money needed to make the 
purchase. 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

Count Paul Riant, who died in December, 1888, at the age of 
fifty-two, had devoted his life to the study of the Latin East, the 
Crusades, and the traces left by the Crusaders in Constantinople 
and Palestine. The foremost European scholar in this field, he had 
been elected a member of the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles- 
Lettres in 1880 on account of his services to historical study, as the 
founder and director of the "Societe de l'Orient Latin," and be- 
cause of the value and originality of his published investigations, 
especially his "Exuviae sacrae constantinopolitanae" which traces 
the fate of the treasures brought away from Constantinople by the 
Crusaders. . . . 

Ill health prevented his working in Paris, but at his country 
place in Vorpilliere, Valais, by means of ample resources and 
unflagging zeal, he brought together the great library which is no 
doubt the richest special collection in existence devoted to this 
subject. One section of the library related to Scandinavian subjects 
and this was acquired some years ago by Yale University. The 
other and larger portion is that which has come into the possession 
of this Library. No detailed description can be given here, but the 
wealth of its material may be inferred from the extent of the 
following sections: Crusades, 476 numbers; Wars against Turkey, 
319 numbers; Military and Religious Orders, 224 numbers; His- 
tory (largely chronicles, sources, etc.), 1003 numbers; Geography 
of the Holy Land, 503 numbers; Theology (including relics of 
Christ, worship of the Virgin, pilgrimages, relics of the Saints, etc.), 
526 numbers; Ecclesiastical history, 391 numbers; Literary history 
and bibliography, 1016 numbers. . . . Taken as a whole, this is 
probably the most valuable collection of books that the Library has 
ever received, with the possible exception of the Ebeling library of 
American history received in 1818 from Israel Thorndike. 

The price asked for the collection was 70,000 francs, but after 
deducting the value of the duplicates already owned by the Li- 
brary, most of which were left in Paris to be sold ... the total cost, 
exclusive of freight from Paris to Boston ($335) proved to be 
$10735. Of this sum the Library contributed $2,010 from its book 
funds, Mr. J. Harvey Treat, of Lawrence, Mass., to whom the 
library has already been indebted in other years for generous gifts, 
gave $800 to cover the cost of the theological section of the library, 
and the Divinity School Library added $600 to provide for the 
section devoted to ecclesiastical history. . . . The balance, $7,250 
was supplied by Mr. J. R. Coolidge and Professor Coolidge. . . . 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 19 

The library as it reaches us numbers 7,649 volumes and 1,162 
pamphlets. . . . 

Fortunately the collection is provided with an excellent printed 
catalogue. ... An ample supply of copies of the printed catalogue 
has been received from A. Picard et Fils, who negotiated the sale, 
and copies will be sent to the principal libraries of the United 
States in order that a knowledge of what is accessible here may be 
spread as widely as possible. 

Of the 1 04 incunabula in the Riant Collection, some are distinguished 
by their rarity (Wenzel Faber de Budweis, Practica sine prognosticate anni 
1492 [Liibeck, Bartholomaeus Ghotan, 1491; no. 947]; Philippus Nuvolonus, 
Oratio ad Christiernum, regem Daciae [Mantua, Petrus Adam de Michaelibus, 
after 12 May 1474; no. 3332]; Laus caritatis [Paris, Antoine Caillaut, ca. 1483; 
no. 3612]); some by their uniqueness (Sixtus IV, Regulae, ordinationes, et 
constitutiones Cancellariae apostolicae [Rome, Adam Rot, after 19 December 
1471; no. 1337]; Paulus Marsus, Lamentatio de crudeli Eurapontinae urbis excidio 
[Venice, Federicus de Comitibus, 1471?; no. S-1619B]); and some by their 
provenance (Modus legendi abbreviaturas [Strassburg, Printer of the 1483 
Jordanus de Quedlinburg, 9 August 1490, from the library of Hilprand 
Brandenburg; no. 240]; Rodericus Zamorensis, Epistola de expugnatione 
Nigropontis [Cologne, Ulrich Zell, ca. 1470/71, from the library of Cardinal 
Etienne Charles de Lomenie de Brienne; no. 330]; Marcus Antonius Sabel- 
licus, Decades rerum Venetarum [Venice, Andreas Torresanus de Asula, 2 1 May 
1487, from the library of Johann Albrecht Widmannstetter; no. 1889]). 
Before this group was added to the Library, the total number of incunabula 
at Harvard was fewer than 200; the holdings were thus increased by more 
than one-third. 



CHARLES ELIOT NORTON COLLECTION 

Charles Eliot Norton, after graduating from Harvard in 1846, spent three 
years with a Boston importing firm and later established his own business in 
the East India trade. But his business instinct was not strong, nor was it 
necessary for him to remain in a field that he found uncongenial, so after 
1855 he was free to begin living a literary life. His health was frail, however, 
and doctors ordered him abroad to a climate less rigorous than that of New 
England. Italy was the chosen destination, and thus began his lifelong love 
of that country and its literature. He traveled elsewhere in Europe, too, and 
became acquainted with Ruskin, Thackeray, the Brownings, and Carlyle. It 



20 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

was partly because of Norton that Carlyle gave a large part of his library to 
Harvard. Norton's cousin Charles W. Eliot, president of Harvard, appointed 
him professor of the history of art in 1875, and for the next twenty-four 
years he developed "the first continuous university instruction in the history 
of the fine arts as related to social progress, general culture, and literature," 
as he described his work. Art history was not the only string to Norton's bow, 
however, for Dante's Divine Comedy was one of his great loves, and for fifteen 
years, beginning in 1886, his annual course on that work was one of the most 
popular in the Harvard curriculum. In 1891 Norton published his prose 
translation, The Divine Comedy, which was warmly welcomed by readers: those 
to whom the original was inaccessible and those who felt that metrical 
translations sacrificed meaning to meter. 

Norton began early to assemble a library that gradually gained dis- 
tinction for its incunabula (a total of forty) and its sixteenth-century books. 
In 1905, several years after he had stopped teaching, he began to make 
arrangements for the transfer of his library to Harvard. When this became 
known, many of Norton's friends, former students, and admirers subscribed 
a fund in his name for the purchase of books to be added to his library. 
Norton himself wrote to W. C. Lane: 

The moderate distinction of my library, which now forms part of 
the College Library, and for the increase of which this fund was 
subscribed, largely consisted in its containing a considerable 
number of books of special interest. Most of these fall into two 
classes, — one that of early typography, and of early wood-cut en- 
graving, mostly Italian; the other that of books with interesting 
associations from having belonged to or from containing the 
autographs of eminent men, or from being the gift of their au- 
thors, or from being first editions. ... It is to the increase of either 
one of these classes, as opportunity may occur, that, it seems to me, 
the income of the fund should be devoted. And, I think, that pur- 
chases should largely be guided by the principle that one volume 
of superior interest, however costly, is to be preferred to any num- 
ber of volumes of inferior interest, however cheap. Quality not 
quantity should be the rule. 

Sound advice, then and now. Income from the Norton fund enabled the 
Library in 1906/07 to purchase Eusebius's De evangelica praeparatione (Venice, 
Jenson, 1470; no. 1551); and reference to the provenance index will show 
that an attempt has always been made to use this fund, as far as incunabula 
are concerned, to acquire works of typographic, artistic, or associative 
interest. The latter has not always been easy to determine. In 1915, for 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 21 

example, an edition of Silius Italicus was bought that the bookseller claimed 
had been annotated by Pomponius Laetus, a contention that was later 
disproved by competent authority (see no. 1335). 

RICHARD ASHHURST BOWIE COLLECTION 

Early in March 1908 William Coolidge Lane, librarian of Harvard College, 
visited Mr. R. H. Bayard Bowie in Philadelphia for the purpose of looking 
through the collection of books formed by Bowie's father, Richard Ashhurst 
Bowie. He found it, in his words, "a most interesting and very remarkable 
collection." It was shelved in a separate building behind the Bowie residence 
at 1 7 1 Walnut Street in a room of moderate size but with an 1 8-foot ceiling. 
The room was completely lined with shelves from top to bottom, and each 
shelf contained double, and some triple, rows of books, those on the upper 
shelves being accessible from a surrounding gallery. The estimate was that 
the library contained over 1 1 ,000 volumes, a figure confirmed after the 
books were received at Harvard. It was a miscellaneous collection, consisting 
of some 433 incunabula, 3,600 (in round numbers) Greek and Latin classics, 
1,000 later Latin works, nearly 1,000 English books, 1,500 in French, 225 in 
Italian and Spanish, and 750 described as "miscellaneous." In addition there 
were approximately 3,500 books duplicating those already in the Harvard 
Library, and some 200 auction and library catalogues. 

The incunabula had been catalogued "with some care" by a staff mem- 
ber of the Philadelphia Free Library, but the rest of the books had been 
catalogued, according to Lane, "in a brief and somewhat imperfect fashion." 
Harvard had become aware of this collection through Morris H. Morgan, 
professor of Latin, whose own collection of Persius was later to add luster to 
the classical collections of the Harvard Library (see p. 25). Morgan had 
written to R. A. Bowie with a question about one of his Persius editions, and 
it was through this initial contact that the Bowie collection eventually came 
to Harvard (see Plate III). 

Not unnaturally, institutions in Philadelphia were very much interested 
in the Bowie collection. Both the University of Pennsylvania Library and the 
Free Library of Philadelphia had pressed Bowie's son Bayard to present the 
collection to them, but Bowie said that he did not feel justified in giving the 
library away, nor did he want to see it go to a public library. On the other 
hand, he was distinctly interested in its going to a college library, where it 
would be of use to scholars. 

In 1908 the Harvard Library was still contained in Gore Hall, a building 
altogether inadequate to hold the ever-expanding collections (see p. 10), so 
that if the Bowie books were to be acquired by Harvard they would pose an 



22 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

immediate space problem. Lane was fully aware of this, as well as of the cost 
that would be involved in handling, searching, and cataloguing so extensive 
a collection. He therefore wrote Morgan, after his return from Philadelphia: 

In the present condition of the Library, we could no doubt receive 
the rarer volumes and place them on the shelves, but I should 
expect that at least half of the collection might have to be stored 
for the present. 

Inevitably the question arose of what kind of financial offer should be 
made to Bowie. Morgan was to be the conduit through which the money was 
to be raised, and Lane thought it well to suggest some figures: 

The valuation of such a library is difficult and uncertain. Mr. 
Bowie recognizes this, and is prepared, I think, to abide very much 
by our judgment. He has been told by a Philadelphia librarian that 
the collection is worth $35,000. I suppose it very likely could not 
be duplicated for forty or fifty thousand dollars in many years of 
watchful searching. A guess at its value on an extremely moderate 
basis might be made as follows: 

500 [sic] incunabula at $10 each $5,000 

2000 early and rare works at $2 each 4,000 

3000 volumes at 75^ 2,250 

5500 works at 20£ 1,100 

$12,350 

Mr. Bowie has $15,000. in mind as a suitable sum. I think he 
would probably accept an offer of $10,000; but I think it would be 
well if we wanted to secure the library, to be able to increase the 
offer to $12,000. He is distinctly interested in its coming to a col- 
lege library, and especially to Harvard University. 

Professor Morgan had in mind as a donor for the Bowie collection Mary 
Bryant Brandegee (Mrs. Edward Deshon Brandegee) and must have written 
her and her husband (Morgan's classmate at Harvard, 1881) a very per- 
suasive letter, for on 17 April 1908 E. D. Brandegee replied to Morgan's 
solicitation: 

Dear Morris, 

You are an excellent beggar. You put your case well, and you 
have the admirable quality of expressing yourself in such a way 
that the recipient of your plea feels you have done him quite a 
favor. 



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If you can buy the Bowie collection for ten thousand dollars, 
you may do so — five thousand to be paid July 3rd, and five 
thousand Sept. 3rd. I am sorry to put it in this way, but it is 
necessary. 

Mrs. Brandegee will give it to the college, reserving the right to 
select certain volumes for her private library, but in no case would 
she select a volume of which there is not a duplicate in the college 
library. 

We prefer that the donor's name be unknown until the 
collection is in possession of the college and paid for. . . . 

The gift, if you succeed in getting the collection, will take the 
form of a memorial. 

Morgan obviously communicated the contents of this letter to Lane 
without delay, for on the very next day, 18 April 1908, Lane wrote to Bowie: 

Now, at length, I am authorized by a friend of the Library to offer 
you the sum of $10,000. for the collection. . . . Of this sum, $5,000. 
can be paid July 3, and the remaining $5,000. on September 3, 
1908. 

Bowie replied on 21 April: 

While the offer you mention is not as large as I have in con- 
templation yet I feel that it is one which deserves careful con- 
sideration, especially in view of my strong desire to ultimately see 
the collection placed in some great institution. ... I would ask you 
therefore for a short time in which to consider the matter. 

Two weeks later, on 5 May, he wrote again: 

I have given the subject careful consideration, and I have decided 
to accept your offer of Ten thousand dollars for the collection. 

He stipulated a few conditions: first, that any books containing the name or 
bookplate of Richard Ashhurst, Bowie's maternal grandfather, be removed 
as belonging to Bowie's grandmother; second, that he should not be 
expected to guarantee the existence in the collection of every volume listed 
in the typewritten catalogue, since errors and discrepancies might naturally 
have occurred in it; third, that all packing and shipping expenses be borne 
by Harvard; and lastly, that the transaction be considered a private one, with 
any announcement of Harvard's acquisition of the collection limited to the 



24 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

bare fact. Lane replied immediately that "your several conditions are all 
readily agreed to." As for the handling of the collection: 

When the books are received in Cambridge, I expect to place 
them, for the present, on unoccupied shelves in the new library of 
the Law School, but I should select and bring to the College Li- 
brary without delay the incunabula and all the earlier editions of 
the Classics. 

There was a little further correspondence about the cleaning and packing 
of the books, and then, on 19 June, Lane could report to Bowie that "the 
seventy-two boxes of books from your library have all come safely to hand." 
He also drew up a memorandum, "Expenses on the Bowie library," which 
included costs for cutting a copy of the Bowie catalogue and mounting on 
7,500 cards ($16.00), expenses for sending a representative to Philadelphia 
(railroad fare, $19.30, board for six days, $9.80), and packing, shipping, and 
delivery ($398), for a total of $443.10, which was paid by Professor Morgan, 
who was later reimbursed by Mr. Brandegee. 

It was not until its first meeting in the 1908/09 academic year, 29 
September, that the Harvard Corporation made formal acknowledgment of 
the gift of the Bowie collection by Mrs. Brandegee, whose name is re- 
membered with gratitude by users of the Harvard College Library. Mrs. 
Brandegee gave the collection in memory of her grandfather, William 
Fletcher Weld, who in 1871 gave funds for building Weld Hall, one of the 
freshman dormitories in the Harvard Yard. A number of duplicates from the 
Bowie collection were turned over to Mrs. Brandegee, who then gave them 
to the public library in Utica, New York, where her husband was born in 
1857. 

The Bowie collection was the largest single gift of books Harvard had 
received up to that time, and it enriched the Library enormously. Included 
in it were editiones principes of Appian, Aristophanes, Ausonius, Cassiodorus, 
Cicero's Rhetorica, Cornelius Nepos, Euripides, Herodotus, Orosius, Sopho- 
cles, and Theocritus; and remarkable numbers of both fifteenth- and 
sixteenth-century imprints, important for the study and the spread and 
development of the art of printing. Indeed, it was because he could show 
examples from the Bowie collection that William Coolidge Lane was able, a 
few years later, to introduce the first course in bibliography ever taught at 
Harvard. Before the collection was received, Harvard had a total of 327 
incunabula, 104 having been received in the Riant collection (1899; see p. 
19) and 40 in the Norton library (1905; see p. 20). The resulting total of 760 
made it "probably the largest collection in any library in this country." It has 
not remained so, now being surpassed in numbers by both the Library of 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 25 

Congress and the Huntington Library; but both those collections were 
largely en bloc acquisitions, whereas Harvard's has been built up by slower 
accretion. 

Of the 433 incunabula originally in the Bowie collection 398 remain on 
the Harvard shelves today. Since there were no restrictions placed upon 
Mrs. Brandegee's gift, other than the one relating to her right to select 
duplicates for her own use, it has been possible over the years to reject un- 
needed duplicates from the collection, after careful comparison, or to re- 
place Bowie copies with better ones as they were received. Of these 398 
incunabula, it is of interest to point out that no fewer than 96, or almost 
exactly one quarter, were printed in the decade 1469-1479, an unusually 
high proportion for a collection formed by a private individual, even in the 
halcyon days of the 19th century. Halcyon days indeed, when Bowie could 
complain that it took five years for a bookseller to supply him with a copy of 
Censorinus's De die natali (Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris Faelli, 12 May 1497; 
no. 3234)! How long would he have to wait today? 

What little biographical information about Richard Ashhurst Bowie I 
have been able to discover has been through the kind offices of Mr. James 
Green, assistant librarian of the Library Company of Philadelphia, who has 
searched Philadelphia records and sent me whatever he could find. Bowie 
was born in Philadelphia on 8 December 1836 and was graduated from the 
University of Pennsylvania in the class of 1855. In 1862 he married Louisa, 
youngest daughter of United States Senator Richard Henry Bayard, of 
Delaware, a family long conspicuous in American history. The Philadelphia 
city directories list Bowie as an attorney-at-law in the early 1860s, but later 
he is described simply as "gentleman," with no occupation being given. He 
was apparendy sufficiently financially secure to be able to devote himself to 
his book collecting. He had the habit of making bibliographical or anecdotal 
notes about a book, in his distinctive hand, on a separate slip of paper, which 
he would then mount inside the front cover (see Plate IV). His purchasing, 
as far as his incunabula are concerned, seems to have been mainly from 
European dealers and probably by correspondence. Whether he ever trav- 
eled to Europe I cannot say, though it is likely that he did, for his contacts 
there appear to have been many. He died in 1887, but Mr. Green informs 
me that there was no more than a simple notice of his passing, rather than 
a full obituary, in the Philadelphia papers. 



MORRIS HICKY MORGAN PERSIUS COLLECTION 

The collection of the Roman satirist Persius, formed by Morris H. Morgan 
and given by him to the Harvard College Library, is one of the most 



26 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

extensive of a classical author in this country. Morgan, born in 1859, was a 
member of the Harvard class of 1881. After graduation he tutored Greek 
and Latin at St. Mark's School in Southborough, Massachusetts, for a few 
years and then returned to Harvard as instructor in Greek. In the usual 
steps of advancement he rose to be associate professor and in 1899 was 
named professor of classical philology, a title he retained until his untimely 
death from pneumonia in 1910. Morgan was stimulated to form his 
collection of editions, translations, and commentaries on Persius by a remark 
Dr. Johnson made to Boswell concerning a large collection of Horace made 
by James Douglas, an eighteenth-century physician. According to Boswell, 
Johnson approved of such collecting and declared that "every man should 
try to collect one book in that manner, and present it to a publick library" 
(see Boswell's life of Johnson, ed. G. Birkbeck Hill, rev. L. F. Powell [Oxford, 
1971]: vol. 4, 279). Morgan's interest in Persius began when he was an 
undergraduate at Harvard, and he was as assiduous in his collecting as his 
circumstances allowed. In this he was helped by his good friend Daniel B. 
Fearing of Newport, Rhode Island, who made regular trips to Europe and 
was in close contact with booksellers at home and abroad. Fearing was an 
omnivorous collector himself, and his own angling books form one of the 
largest narrowly focused subject collections in the Harvard Library (see p. 
28). Morgan kept brief diaries of the few-lines-a-day variety, but they are 
uninformative about his collecting activity, being limited to such entries as 
"9 March 1899. Received 3 Persii from Dan [Fearing]," and "4 Oct. 1903. In 
afternoon catalogued new Persii." On his death, Morgan's Persius collection 
numbered 295 editions in Latin, 213 translations into various languages, and 
152 writings on the author, all of which he gave to Harvard shortly before 
he died; and Fearing continued adding titles in memory of his friend until 
his own death in 1918. Ironically, despite their long collecting efforts, 
neither Morgan nor Fearing was able to acquire an editio princeps of Persius 
(Rome, Ulrich Han, about 1470), nor have we acquired one since their day, 
so the all-important foundation stone is still lacking. 

When Morgan developed pneumonia early in 1910, Fearing arranged 
for him to be brought to Newport in the hope that round-the-clock care 
might help him recover his health. But this was in the days before penicillin 
or any of the other antibiotics, and Morgan died in Fearing's home on 16 
March 1910. 



ALAIN CAMPBELL WHITE COLLECTION 

While Alain Campbell White's interest in books must have dated back to his 
undergraduate days (he gave a copy of Girolamo Benivieni's Canzoni e sonetti 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 27 

[Florence, Tubini, Alopa, and Ghirlandi, 7 September 1500] in August of 
1902, two months after graduating from Harvard; see no. 3031), he nowhere 
in his class reports refers to that interest, though it continued throughout his 
life. Instead, we are given such riveting news items about himself as the 
following: "Since graduation I have lived quietly at Litchfield, Conn. My 
interests have been local ones. ... In my spare time I have written a history 
of the town of Litchfield and a series of books on the game of chess" (1927 
report), and "I have . . . become addicted to botany, in particular to a study 
of the Stapelia tribe of the milkweed family, cactus-like plants from the 
African deserts, and have published two editions ... of a book on the subject" 
(1937 report). But according to the librarian's report for 1902, White in that 
year gave $250 for the purchase of editions of Dante; and the report for 
1903 records a gift of the same amount for the same purpose. In the report 
for 1912/13 we note the following: 

From Mr. Alain C. White, '02, of Litchfield, Conn., who has 
previously given many volumes on Dante and Italian literature, we 
have received 252 volumes, including many incunabula and many 
other books printed in the sixteenth century. Especially interesting 
among the latter are a number of early Spanish imprints [see nos. 
3956 and 3962], of which the Library previously had almost none. 

Of the forty-one incunabula given by White and recorded in the provenance 
index, thirty-one were given on 7 May 1913. He died in 1951. 



HARRY ELKINS WIDENER COLLECTION 

While the library of Harry Elkins Widener (H '07) contained only two 
incunabula, the so-called Royal Book of Frater Laurentius, ca. 1486 (no. 
3991) and the English translation of Pseudo-Bernardus Claravallensis, 
Meditationes de interiori homine, ca. 1498/99 (no. 3999), the fact that the first is 
the Library's only complete Caxton and that the second is one of its rela- 
tively few examples of early English printing surely justifies their being 
singled out for mention. Add to the intrinsic interest of these two books that 
the tragic death of young Harry Widener and his father in the sinking of the 
Titanic in 1912 led direcdy to the building of the Harry Elkins Widener Me- 
morial Library at Harvard and the eventual acquisition of a Gutenberg Bible 
(no. 3), originally bought and intended for Harry's collection by his grand- 
father and presented to Harvard by Harry's brother and sister in 1944, and 
it will be seen how central to the development of the greatest university 
library in the world was his mother's decision to erect a monument to her 



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son. Visitors to Harvard will remember that the Widener Collection is liter- 
ally the heart of the Widener Library, around which everything else is built. 
Abbott Lawrence Lowell, president of the university, and Archibald Cary 
Coolidge, director of the University Library, persuaded Harry's mother, 
Eleanor Elkins Widener, of the great need for a new library to replace the 
overcrowded Gore Hall that her son had had to make do with as an under- 
graduate. She was all the more willing to respond positively to their urgings 
because Harry had left his collection to her, with the request that it be given 
to Harvard at such time as it could be properly housed. The period before 
World War I was a time of grand architectural designs, and the building that 
was planned and completed in a matter of only three years (it was opened 
for use in 1915) stands foursquare not only as a memorial to Harry Widener 
(Plate V) but as a symbol of the solid foundation upon which every great 
university must rest — its library. 



CHARLES SANDERS PEIRCE BEQUEST 

After graduating with the class of 1859, Peirce's connection with Harvard 
was limited to lectureships on philosophy and logic in 1864-1865 and 1869- 
1871; in another academic setting, however, he was lecturer on logic at 
Johns Hopkins from 1879 to 1884; He maintained relationships with the 
greats of the Harvard Philosophy Department in its glory days, William 
James and Josiah Royce among others, and was recognized by them as one 
of the most powerful intellects and influential philosophical minds of his 
time. Indeed, James went so far as to call Peirce the most original thinker of 
their generation. He can be considered the founder of pragmatism and was 
so acknowledged by James, with whose name the term is most usually 
associated. Never a rich man and often having to struggle to make ends 
meet, he nevertheless acquired a large and select library of scientific and 
philosophic works, among them eight incunabula dealing with logic (see the 
provenance index). The library was left to Harvard as Peirce's bequest. His 
papers were bought by the Harvard Philosophy Department, and a selection 
from them appeared in eight volumes, 1931-1958, reprinted by Harvard 
University Press, 1958-1960. 



DANIEL B. FEARING COLLECTION 

Daniel Butler Fearing was born 14 August 1859 in Newport, Rhode Island. 
He was educated at St. Mark's School in Southborough, Massachusetts, and 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 29 

was for a time a member of the class of 1882 at Harvard. He did not com- 
plete the work for his undergraduate degree but was awarded an honorary 
degree in 191 1. He was much involved in the public affairs of Newport: he 
was a member of the school committee for two years, and a member of the 
board of aldermen for another two years, and in 1894 he was elected mayor 
of Newport. In 1910 he was named to the Rhode Island Inland Fisheries 
Commission. In his later years the development of his extensive library 
became his main interest. In 1915 he wrote The Making of an Angling Library 
and a Short Account of Some of Its Treasures, which he had privately printed in 
four copies only. His collection then consisted of more than twelve thousand 
volumes and pamphlets in twenty different languages dealing with angling, 
fishing, fisheries, and fish culture. It will be obvious that Fearing spread his 
net wide to accumulate so extensive a library on such comparatively 
restricted subjects — a brief chapter or even a paragraph about them was 
sufficient for him to want to acquire the work in which it appeared. 
According to him, his library had its genesis in the year 1 890 in the form of 
a scrapbook on trout and trout fishing. Once begun, however, it grew 
rapidly, due in part to Fearing's inserting announcements of his interests in 
the book-trade papers of England, France, Italy, Germany, and the United 
States. These immediately produced an avalanche of second-hand book- 
sellers' catalogues, and Fearing's contacts with a wide circle of dealers in 
Europe and America, once begun, continued to grow. 

As might be expected, by far the largest share of the Fearing collection 
consists of books printed in the sixteenth and later centuries, but he did not 
neglect the fifteenth when occasion offered, a total of seventeen incunabula 
having been acquired by the time the collection came to Harvard. These 
include several editions of Petrus de Crescentiis, Ruralia commoda, Bartho- 
lomaeus Anglicus, De proprietatibus rerum, Pliny's Historia naturalis, Vincentius 
Bellovacensis, Speculum naturale, the Scriptores rei rusticae, a badly imperfect 
copy of the Book of Hawking, Hunting, and Heraldry, and a number of others. 
Despite long efforts, however, Fearing was never able to acquire an editio 
princeps of Oppian, which should form the foundation of an angling 
collection. In addition to these, as related earlier (see p. 26), Fearing added 
a number of fifteenth-century editions of Persius to the collection of that 
author formed by his good friend Morris H. Morgan. 

Fearing timed the gift of his collection to Harvard to coincide with the 
dedication and opening of the newly constructed Widener Library, which 
replaced the woefully cramped Gore Hall, in 1915. One of the provisions of 
the deed of gift of the collection stipulated that nothing should ever be 
rejected from it, a restriction that would have no chance of being accepted 
today. 



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GEORGE VASMER LEVERETT BEQUEST TO RADCLIFFE COLLEGE 

A direct descendant of John Leverett, president of Harvard 1708-1724, 
George Vasmer Leverett graduated first scholar in his class of 1867. He was 
instructor in mathematics at Harvard for a short time but then went on to 
study law, receiving his LL.B. in 1869. He set up an office in Boston, where 
he practiced for many years. The last third of the nineteenth century was the 
time of the development of the telephone. By the nature of the invention, 
whose wires were eventually to stretch from coast to coast, it was soon 
obvious that the myriad local companies that began to spring up needed to 
be brought under some kind of centralized control if total chaos was to be 
avoided. Early on, Leverett was called upon for legal services to one or more 
of the Bell companies during the time when litigation to determine the 
validity of their patents was in progress. He was appointed attorney for the 
American Bell Telephone Company in 1886, and his services were so 
effective that he was some years later appointed general counsel to the 
conglomerate that became the American Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
pany, or AT&T, as it soon came to be called and is still known today. On his 
death in 1917 Vasmer left "such books from his library as might be desired 
for the collections at Radcliffe College." A total of 1,185 volumes, including 
limited editions, books in fine bindings, and half a dozen incunabula, were 
selected by the librarian. It was one of the largest and one of the most 
valuable gifts received by Radcliffe up to that time. For the incunabula, see 
the provenance index. 



JAMES FROTHINGHAM HUNNEWELL COLLECTION 

The collection of incunabula formed by James Frothingham Hunnewell and 
deposited in the Harvard College Library by his son and heir, James Melville 
Hunnewell (H '01), in 1919 includes some of the most important books 
described in this catalogue. I need only mention the Missale Vratislaviense 
(Mainz, Peter Schoeffer, 1499; no. 27); the Catholicon of Balbus (Mainz, 
Eponymous printer or printers, 1460 [i.e., ca. 1469?]; no. 28); and Angelus 
Clavasius, Correctorium Summae angelicae (Milan, Udalricus Scinzenzeler, 
1492; no. 3124A) to demonstrate the point. J. F. Hunnewell was the son of 
James Hunnewell (1794-1869), founder of the firm later known as C. 
Brewer & Co., Ltd., of Honolulu, Hawaii, traders and exporters. James 
Hunnewell's connection with the business was chiefly in the 1820s, and in 
1830 he returned to his home in Charlestown, Massachusetts. In Boston he 
conducted an extensive shipping business to domestic and foreign ports that 
laid the foundation for a comfortable fortune. His son, J. F. Hunnewell, was 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 31 

born in 1832 and had a public school education. As a young man he engaged 
in foreign commerce with his father but eventually retired to devote himself 
to historical and antiquarian studies and to acquiring a distinguished library 
(see Plate VI), while at the same time retaining an interest in philanthropic 
causes and the management of trusts. Among his publications are two 
addresses to the Club of Odd Volumes in Boston (of which he was president 
for a number of years), Triumphs of Early Printing (Boston, 1902), and 
Collectors (Boston, 1908). He also published his father'sjournalofthe Voyage 
of the "Missionary Packet," Boston to Honolulu, 1826 (Charlestown, 1880) as well 
as many other historical articles and books. Besides his incunabula he 
formed an outstanding collection of local Charlestown history, literature, 
imprints, manuscripts, and engravings, which his son later presented to the 
American Antiquarian Society. 



IMITATIO CHRISTI COLLECTION 

Users of this catalogue may wonder why the many editions of the Imitatio 
Christi have been entered under title rather than under Thomas a Kempis, 
the now generally accepted author of the work. I can only plead conformity 
with long-established Harvard cataloguing practice and with Goff. Un- 
certainty as to the authorship is as old as the earliest manuscripts and 
printed editions, many of which avoided the problem by omitting any 
attribution at all. Early Harvard cataloguers likewise shied away from 
choosing among the various contenders and preferred title entry as a way 
out. I refer interested readers to my "Attributions in a Manuscript of Imitatio 
Christi," in The Marks in the Fields: Essays on the Uses of Manuscripts (Cambridge, 
Mass., 1992), a Houghton Library exhibition catalogue edited by Rodney G. 
Dennis and Elizabeth Falsey. 

The Harvard Library, recognizing the importance of the Imitatio 
(second only to the Bible in the number of editions and translations and in 
the extent of distribution), had long been collecting what seemed significant 
editions and by 1920 could boast nearly three shelves full, a fair repre- 
sentation for a single work, particularly since most of the editions tended to 
be small octavos or quartos. But in 1920 it was learned that the collection of 
the Imitatio owned by W. A. Copinger, a lawyer of Manchester, England, was 
to be offered for sale. Copinger had acquired several manuscripts of the 
work and a large number of printed editions from the London dealer Henry 
Sotheran, who had bought the collection of Eadmond Waterton en bloc at a 
Sotheby auction in 1895. Sotheran gave the British Museum first choice of 
any of the printed works it did not have, and the rest were sold to Copinger. 
News of the availability of the Waterton-Copinger collection came to the 



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notice of James Byrne (H 1877, LL.B. 1882), a distinguished New York law- 
yer, sometime president of the Harvard Club of New York City, and the first 
Catholic to be elected to the Harvard Corporation; and after consultation 
with Library authorities, Byrne decided to buy it and present it to the 
Library in November 1921. (In addition to this gift Byrne donated $150,000 
to establish the Byrne Professorship of Administrative Law at the Harvard 
Law School, its first incumbent being Felix Frankfurter.) 

The collection contained 1 ,540 different editions of the Imitatio, expand- 
ing Harvard's modest three shelves to eight sections of seven shelves each, 
or 170 feet of shelving. There were thirty-two incunable editions (including 
the first; see no. 508) and translations into a variety of languages, to which 
fifteen have since been added for a total of forty-seven, by far the largest 
number in any American library. 



HENRY R. NEWMAN COLLECTION OF SAVONAROLA 

The following notice of the Savonarola collection formed by Henry R. 
Newman appeared in Harvard Library Notes, 1 92 1 : 

When the small packing-case, in which the Newman collection 
made the journey from Italy, arrived, the Library contained 8 
volumes of Savonarola's writings, of which 3 were published in the 
decade 1490-1500. There were also 18 volumes and a box of 
unbound pamphlets classified under Savonarola's name as an 
episode in the history of Florence. The Newman collection, 
eliminating duplicates, added two early manuscripts; 83 fifteenth 
century editions; 36 printed in the sixteenth century; 3 in the 
eighteenth; and 1 8 nineteenth century publications. Nearly all of 
these last were either printed privately or in a very small number 
of copies. 

Newman, born in New York, began painting in watercolors at an early age 
and under the influence of John Ruskin, who once wrote him, after seeing 
Newman's watercolor of Santa Maria Novella, "I have not for many and 
many a day seen the sense of tenderness and depth of colour so united, still 
less so much fidelity and affection joined with a power of design which seems 
to me, though latent, very great." Newman as an artist was more widely 
known in England than in his own country, though he spent his summers in 
Massachusetts, at Lenox and Stockbridge. In Florence he had rooms in the 
Piazza dei Rossi, near the Ponte Vecchio. He probably began to collect the 
early Savonarola tracts for their woodcut illustrations, done at a time when 



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Florentine book illustration was at its height. He was a friend of Charles 
Fairfax Murray, who occasionally sold one of his duplicates to Newman. 

On receipt of the Newman collection W. C. Lane wrote to Mrs. Newman 
to say how pleased he was that Harvard had been permitted to acquire it. He 
also enclosed a photograph he had taken of her and her husband when he 
encountered them at one of the temples at Philae in the spring of 1 90 1 . In 
thanking him, Mrs. Newman wrote: 

1922. Florence Jan. 22d 
Dear Mr. Lane, It was kind of you to write to me, & to send the 
dear little Photograph you took in 91 [sic] of me and my dear 
husband. . . . The Savonarola collection seem to have had a fine 
exhibition. ... It was quite the merest chance that they were 
bought for Harvard. Mr. [Edward W.] Forbes came to see me, sent 
by Denman Ross, & as we were having tea I mentioned that I 
supposed I should have to try to sell that special set of Books as my 
husband had begged [8c] thought I ought, & I showed one or two 
to Mr. Forbes, who immediately got Harvard to make an offer. I 
am glad they should be in such a place. They had been carefully 
locked up for nearly 40 years, for after we married Mr. Newman 
bought no more old books. Since that [i.e., then] I have disposed 
of all the old very mixed collection to Mr. Walter Ashburner. . . . 



JOHN STRACHEN LAWRENCE BEQUEST 

After graduation from Harvard in the class of 1871, Lawrence spent a year 
and a half in Europe, mainly at the University of Berlin, studying modern 
languages. On his return to the United States he was for a while engaged in 
the lumber business in Michigan, but he then went on to study law and was 
admitted to the bar in 1879. He opened a law office in Grand Rapids and 
was established in that city for the rest of his life. Archibald Cary Coolidge, 
in his librarian's report for 1924/25, wrote: 

Mr. John S. Lawrence, '71, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, who died 
July 21, 1924, had several years ago given us many early editions 
of the classics from his own library, and had intimated that the 
remainder would follow at his death. His bequest, after eliminating 
duplicates which he directed should be sent to the University of 
Michigan, has brought us over three hundred volumes, among 
them several [i.e., eleven; see the provenance index] incunabula 
and many books issued by famous printers. 



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JOHN B. STETSON, JR. GIFT OF THE PALHA LIBRARY 

John Batterson Stetson, Jr. (H '06) was forced to withdraw from his college 
class at the end of his junior year because of ill health and therefore did not 
receive his degree until 1907. Health regained, by 1912 he was a director of 
his father's well-known firm, the John B. Stetson Company, manufacturers 
of felt hats (the name has become generic), and had represented the firm in 
Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, and Egypt. He saw service in World War 
I but after his discharge in 1919 did not re-engage in business, instead 
devoting himself to research in early American history and to book col- 
lecting. In 1926 he was named American minister to Poland. Stetson again 
saw service in World War II, first as major in the Marine Corps and then as 
colonel in the U.S. Army. 

His interest in the Harvard Library and his generosity to it began in the 
1 920s. His gifts, while chiefly of Portuguese works, including an outstanding 
collection of the Lusiads of Luiz de Camoes, were not restricted to a single 
field: in 1924 he gave a number of rare pamphlets containing Eskimo Aleu- 
tian texts and on another occasion announced that he would be sending a 
group of Russian books, including a first edition of Pushkin. But the gift for 
which he is chiefly remembered is that of the Palha Library, received in 
1928. Fernando Palha, the collector, was a Portuguese historian and public 
official. A four- volume catalogue of his library was published in 1896, shortly 
before his death the following year. Negotiations for the acquisition of the 
library apparently went on for several years. On 29 May 1924 Alfred C. 
Potter, head of the Order Department in the College Library, in a memo- 
randum to T. Franklin Currier, head of the Catalogue Department, wrote: 

[Stetson informs me that] there is a private library in Lisbon that 
may be in the market, and that he will try to buy it for us — at a cost 
of from $250,000 to $300,000! Query: what to do? 

And on 13 October 1925 Stetson wrote to Potter: 

In reference to the Palha library, I have again asked Madame 
Palha to state a price for which she would sell her library, with the 
understanding that if the price is agreeable to us we may have a 
year to raise the money. 

What price was eventually named and agreed on does not appear from the 
Harvard Archives, and we can probably assume that the arrangements were 
carried on privately between Stetson, his mother, and Mme. Palha. In his 
annual report for 1928/29 Robert P. Blake, at that time director of the 
Harvard University Library, wrote: 



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The generosity of John B. Stetson, Jr., '06, and his mother, the 
Countess S. Elizabeth Santa Eulalia, has enabled us to add a 
magnificent collection of Portuguese books covering primarily the 
fields of Portuguese history and literature, which through previous 
gifts from him had already become one of our strongest subjects. 
These volumes contain much material which is practically inacces- 
sible except in Portugal itself. 

Stetson continued to give the Library Portuguese books, but the Great 
Depression affected his finances adversely, as it did those of so many others, 
and in 1934 he was forced to sell his library at auction in order to reduce a 
bank loan. Included were many books he had hoped to give to Harvard. 
Stetson reported to Potter, after the auction, that "the sale itself seems to 
have been a fizzle. The only satisfaction I can get out of it is that the bank lost 
money on the deal." 

Of the twenty-one incunabula and post-incunabula included as Stet- 
son's gift in this catalogue (see the provenance index) the largest share 
comes from the Palha Library. 



LUCIUS NATHAN LITTAUER HEBRAICA COLLECTION 

After graduating from Harvard in the class of 1878, Lucius Nathan Littauer 
entered his father's firm of glove manufacturers, of which within a few years 
he was named head and which under his direction grew to be the largest of 
its kind in the United States. In addition to his business activities, Littauer 
was much interested in politics and was elected to five terms in Congress 
from the 22d New York district (1897-1907). Unfortunately, early in his 
congressional career he either ignored or was unaware of a law forbidding 
congressmen to be party to federal contracts and allowed his firm to make 
gloves for a government contractor during the Spanish-American War. This 
eventually came to light, and while the statute of limitations ruled out 
prosecution, the scandal was used by his enemies to besmirch Littauer's 
name and effectively end his congressional, though not his political, career. 
After what he described as "a general nervous collapse," he returned to the 
business that enabled him to amass a considerable fortune and eventually to 
devote himself to philanthropy. He gave large sums to hospitals in this 
country and abroad, to medical schools, and for the funding of medical and 
psychiatric research. Harvard owes to Littauer its Nathan Littauer Profes- 
sorship of Hebrew Literature and Philosophy (established in honor of 
Lucius' s father); another bequest to supplement the facilities for instruction, 
research, and study in the field of Hebrew literature; funds for the purchase 



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of Hebrew books for the Library; endowments for staff positions in the 
Judaica Division; and, perhaps most important of all, the large gift that 
enabled Harvard to set up its Graduate School of Public Administration. All 
told, Littauer gave the Library nearly 15,000 volumes of Hebrew literature, 
including 26 of the 35 Hebrew incunabula listed in this catalogue; see the 
Hebraica section. 



WILLIAM SYDNEY THAYER BEQUEST 

Thayer (H 1885) was a distinguished physician and professor at Johns 
Hopkins University, head of the Red Cross Commission to Russia during 
World War I, and sometime president of the American Medical Association. 
According to the memorial published in the fiftieth anniversary report of his 
class (1935), "His tact and charm in dealing with his patients made them his 
lasting friends and admirers. Noted as a diagnostician, he was called in for 
consultation for most important cases, including Presidents of the United 
States, Cabinet officers and Justices of the Supreme Court." 

On his death in 1932 he bequeathed to Harvard a total of 176 rare 
books from his library, including eight incunabula, six printed in Italy, one 
in Germany, and one in France. See the provenance index. 



MURRAY ANTHONY POTTER BEQUEST 

After finishing his undergraduate degree at Harvard in 1895, Murray 
Anthony Potter went on to do graduate work in Romance languages and 
took his A.M. in 1897, his Ph.D. in 1899. For a while in 1900 he taught 
French at Dartmouth, but in 1901 he returned to Harvard as instructor. 
Except for periods of travel in Europe, he remained at Harvard for the rest 
of his all-too-brief life. He died of pernicious anemia in 1915. During his 
lifetime he had collected a not inconsiderable library, which his widow pre- 
sented to Harvard in 1935. Among the incunabula were Boccaccio's Genea- 
logiae deorum (Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 1472; no. 1529) and Franciscus 
Philelphus, Satirae (Milan, Christophorus Valdarfer, 1476; no. 3078). 



LIBRARY OF HERBERT WEIR SMYTH 

Herbert Weir Smyth took two A.B. degrees, the first at Swarthmore in 1876, 
the second at Harvard in 1878. Further years of study were spent at the 
universities of Leipzig and Gottingen, from the latter of which he received 



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his Ph.D. He taught classics for varying periods at Williams College, Johns 
Hopkins University, Bryn Mawr College, the University of California, and 
the American School of Classical Studies in Athens before settling in 1901 at 
Harvard. In 1902 he succeeded William Watson Goodwin as Eliot Professor 
of Greek Literature, which position and title he retained until his retirement 
in 1925. His wide range of interests is reflected in his numerous publica- 
tions, linguistic, epigraphical, paleographical, philosophic, and literary. He 
collected a large library, including many incunabula and sixteenth-century 
books. These were given to Harvard by his widow in 1937, the rariora being 
deposited in what was at that time the Treasure Room in the Widener Li- 
brary, now the Houghton Library, the rest going to the Herbert Weir Smyth 
Memorial Library on the top floor of Widener. For the fifteen incunabula 
from his collection, see the provenance index. 



SILAS W. HOWLAND CHESS COLLECTION 

Silas Wilder Howland (H '04) practiced law in New York from 1913 to 1930. 
His recreations were shooting, fishing, golf, and chess — he said of himself in 
one of his class reports, "I am almost a 'chess nut' " — and in the indulgence 
of the latter he assembled a distinguished collection of books on chess, which 
he bequeathed to Harvard. It consisted of about 3,000 items and was con- 
sidered one of the finest chess libraries in private hands in the United States. 
Added to the material already in the Library (much of which had been given 
by Howland during his lifetime), the bequest raised the Harvard collection 
to one of the world's greatest. It included five incunabula. 



DAVENPORT BROWN COLLECTION 

Davenport Brown (H '01) began his career as a mining engineer and 
geologist, but on the death of his father in 1905 he gave up mining to take 
charge of family affairs and to act as a real estate trustee. In 1946 he was 
vice-president of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. His inter- 
est in books, and particularly rare books, was made manifest in May of 1 943 
when he made a gift to Harvard of what was surely the cream of his library, 
a total of some ninety volumes, of which twenty-five were incunabula, 
including such rarities as Matthaeus de Cracovia, Tractatus Rationis et 
Conscientiae (Mainz, Printer of the Catholicon, ca. 1469?; no. 29) and Euse- 
bius Caesariensis, De evangelica praeparatione (Venice, Nicolaus Jenson, 1470; 
no. 1552). There were also many sixteenth-century books and even a few of 
the nineteenth, such as Oscar Wilde's The Sphinx (London, 1894), with 



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decorations by Charles Ricketts. Brown did not contribute to the fiftieth 
anniversary report of his Harvard class in 1951, but the editors had a word 
to say about him: "Brown, with characteristic modesty, says that his occu- 
pation is 'practically none'; but the editors of this Report happen to know 
that he has kept fairly busy (for a man of his advanced age) in the 
management of trusts and business properties and in furthering the work of 
the Boy Scouts of America." 



DAVID PINGREE WHEATLAND COLLECTION 

After leaving Harvard, David P. Wheatland (H '22) spent seven months 
traveling in Europe — a twentieth-century equivalent of the eighteenth- 
century Grand Tour — and on his return took a position in the family lumber 
business in Bangor, Maine, managing timberlands in that heavily forested 
state. But after marrying and starting a family, Wheatland decided that a 
career in the business world was not what he really wanted, and he per- 
suaded Professor E. L. Chaffee, director of the Cruft Laboratory at Harvard, 
to take him on as a research assistant. Cruft was the center for instruction 
and research in high-frequency electricity — telephone, telegraph, radio, 
subjects in which Wheadand was deeply interested. He continued there for 
a number of years, while at the same time poking around in Harvard 
storerooms, basements, and attics and bringing together many long- 
outmoded scientific instruments that he realized might have outlived their 
usefulness but still had great historic interest. The result was the eventual 
founding of the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments, of which 
Wheatland was named the first curator. He once declared, with justifiable 
pride, that the collection he had assembled was the envy of the Smithsonian 
Institution! 

After the opening of the Houghton Library in 1942, Wheatland became 
a good friend of William A. Jackson, its librarian, and began the long series 
of gifts to the Library that continued for more than fifty years. His gifts were 
largely in the various fields of science in which he was interested and 
included not only such high spots of scientific literature as Nicolaus 
Copernicus, De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (Nuremberg, 1543) and Isaac 
Newton, Principia mathematica (London, 1687) but also whole collections of 
works by Cardano, Porta, Galileo, Descartes, Kircher, Boyle, Priestley, and 
Roentgen, not to mention large subject collections of works on magnetism, 
electricity, comets, eclipses, sundials — the list goes on. Of these collections he 
said in his twenty-fifth anniversary class report (1947): 



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My interest centered on early scientific books, especially those 
relating to electricity and magnetism. On these two subjects I 
erroneously guessed there might be approximately a hundred 
books dated before 1800 and set out to obtain them. To my sur- 
prise, John [Fulton, his brother-in-law] gave me a catalogue listing 
1,000 in this field. I became somewhat discouraged at this but 
finally went ahead to duplicate the list and soon discovered that 
even this number was low. It is probably closer to 5,000 and, 
although the accumulation of these books is slow, I am well past 
the halfway mark and am still going strong. 

Indeed he was. And as for his gifts of scientific instruments — but let him 
speak for himself, as he did in the fiftieth anniversary report (1972) of his 
Harvard class: 

During the past twenty years my chief activity has been assembling 
and arranging a collection of Harvard's antique scientific appa- 
ratus. The earliest pieces in the collection were originally obtained 
shortiy after the disastrous fire of Harvard Hall in 1764 [see p. 3] 
in which the Natural Philosophy Chambers (the physics labora- 
tories) and the College library were totally destroyed. In the next 
thirty years or so Harvard had replaced and even added to the 
apparatus, so that it became one of the outstanding, well-equipped 
laboratories of the age. Some of these pieces are still extant and the 
lot represents a collection of early scientific instruments unique in 
this country. While proceeding with the collection at Harvard, I 
have also been acquiring, personally, scientific material from 
antique dealers here and abroad with the intention of this being 
compatible with the Harvard collection — hopefully someday it may 
fill gaps in the Harvard lot. 

As indeed it does. Another aspect of Wheatland's work that is of interest to 
us today is the fact that during World War II he was engaged in work at 
Harvard that led to the development of the first successful large computer. 
This was a monstrous forty-foot machine built by IBM and installed at 
Harvard by the Navy. Wheatland became its first operator. 

Wheadand's gifts of incunabula to the Harvard Library are substantial 
and include such rarities, even if outside his field, as the first complete Bible 
in Czech (no. 1270) and a Czech version of Jacobus de Voragine's Legenda 
aurea (no. 1271). But as will be clear from the above, his real enrichment of 
our collections is in the scientific works of later centuries. 



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WILLIAM KING RICHARDSON BEQUEST 

After graduating summa cum laude from Harvard, where he was ranked first 
in the class of 1880, William King Richardson went on to study literae 
humaniores at Balliol College, Oxford, and obtained a double first there in 
1884. Returning to the United States he entered the Harvard Law School 
and earned an A.M. in 1886. He practiced law in Boston for many years but 
was able to work in a good deal of traveling without neglecting his 
professional dudes. His travels took him around the world and to many out- 
of-the-way places such as the smaller towns of southern India and the far 
reaches of Siberia. His law career and travels did not rule out his 
maintaining scholarly interests, however, and in the report issued for the 
fiftieth anniversary of his class in 1930 he had this to say: 

My hobby is collecting books. I have a fairly large library at 306 
Beacon Street, including a large number of manuscripts and early 
printed books, and large collections of armorial bindings and 
French illustrated books of the eighteenth century. 

So much for the collector's bare-bones description of one of the most 
important accessions received by the Harvard Library in the twentieth cen- 
tury. Richardson had announced, during the planning stages of the Hough- 
ton Library in 1940 and 1941 (Plate VII), that he intended to leave his 
collection to Harvard, so it was possible to build and reserve a special room 
for its eventual reception. The room, with glass-fronted bookcases and oak 
paneling provided at Richardson's expense, stood empty for nearly ten years 
after Houghton opened in 1942, but on the donor's death early in 1951 at 
the age of 94 his books were promptly shelved in what is now known as the 
Richardson Room. Fitted out with his own library furnishings and an oil 
portrait of the donor, it is one of the most beautiful and frequently visited 
parts of the Houghton Library (see Plate VIII). 

Richardson's fifty-six manuscripts, ranging from the twelfth to the 
seventeenth centuries, are distinguished both for their textual interest and 
for their illumination, while his collections of fine bindings and French 
eighteenth-century illustrated books deserve a far more detailed description 
than would be proper here, where I must restrict myself to his incunabula. 
(For a more complete description of the collection, see William A. Jackson, 
"The William King Richardson Library," Harvard Library Bulletin 5 (1951): 
328-37.) The incunabula number one hundred and six, the majority Greek 
and Latin classics, with many editiones principes such as the first separate 
Greek printing of Aesop (no. 2740) and of Pseudo-Phalaris (no. 2737), 
bound together as issued; the 1488 [1489] Florentine Homer (no. 2991); the 



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1475 Naples Seneca, Opera philosophica (no. 3271); and the Vindelinus de 
Spira ca. 1473 Tacitus (no. 1547). Also in the Richardson collection are the 
Book of Daniel from the Gutenberg Bible (no. 5) and a magnificent copy of 
the nine works printed by Giinther Zainer in Augsburg, not after 1472, 
bound as they were intended to be in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin 
by the Head-over-Heels Binder, with printed contents slip at the front (nos. 
503-507, 509, 51 1, 513, 514); included in this volume is the first edition of 
the Imitatio Christi (no. 507). Fine illustrated incunables are Zainer's edition 
of Heinrich Steinhowel's German translation of Rodericus Zamorensis, 
Speculum vitae humanae (1476; no. 525); the Koberger edition of Fridolin's 
Schatzbehalter (1491; no. 715); the Florentine Dante of 1481 with engravings 
in the first two cantos of the Inferno and monochrome wash drawings in 
fifteen of the spaces left for engravings elsewhere (no. 2854). Of particular 
beauty is the copy printed on vellum of the 1487 Sabellicus Decades rerum 
Venetarum, with the arms of Doge Marco Barbarigo, the dedicatee, painted 
in colors at the front (no. 1887); and another is volume two of the first 
French translation of Valerius Maximus (South Netherlands?, not after 
1476), with large colored miniatures at the beginning of books (no. 3 947 A; 
volume one is at the Plantin-Moretus Museum in Antwerp). 

Richardson's Aldine collection numbers over 135 and includes 22 
incunabula, many in contemporary Venetian bindings. Noteworthy are the 
1495 Lascaris Erotemata (no. 2627); the 1495 Greek and Latin edition of 
Musaeus (no. 2629); the 1496 edition of Theocritus in Greek (no. 2636); and 
Beatus Rhenanus's copy of the 1498 Psalterium Graecum (no. 2672). 



HARRISON DAVID HORBLIT COLLECTION 

In the twenty-fifth anniversary report of his Harvard class in 1958 Harrison 
D. Horblit (H '33) wrote: 

As to book collecting, it can be stated accurately (tho' immodestly) 
that mine is one of the finest collections on the History of Science 
[and] of Navigation in private hands. It encompasses manuscripts 
dating from the year 81 1 A.D. [Hieronymus, Explanatio in epistolam 
Pauli ad Galatas (France, 9th cent.)] to printed books from 1468 
A.D. [see no. 1282]. A few examples, chosen from the many score, 
of the books which I have given to Harvard are: the first dated 
geography, Milan, 1471 [no. 3036]; the first Spanish geography, 
Valencia, 1482 [no. 3957]; the first printed arithmetic, Treviso, 
1478 [no. 3298]; the first navigation book, Venice, 1490 [no. 2182]; 
the first English arithmetic, London, 1522 [STC 24319]; the first 



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English Marco Polo, London, 1579 [STC 20092]. All this has led me 
to a close contact with the College, as a member of the Overseers 
Committee to Visit the University Library. Through its eager and 
capable staff, Harvard continues to inspire me to greater efforts — 
by convincing me that I am a most fortunate intermediary for 
guiding books to their rightful, necessary, glorious, nay inevitable, 
resting place in Cambridge. 

Horblit published a magnificent catalogue, One Hundred Books Famous in the 
History of Science, in connection with an exhibition he arranged at the Grolier 
Club in 1964. We may infer, from the above statement, that he originally 
intended his entire collection to come to Harvard, but a later change of 
mind resulted in a portion of what he had not already given being dispersed 
in two auction sales at Sotheby's in London in 1974. In 1984 Horblit 
established "in the Houghton Library a fund for the acquisition of books 
about books, including bibliographies and catalogs of books"; and in 1990, 
after his death, Mrs. Horblit established in his memory a fund for the pur- 
chase of rare books on the history of science. Horblit's gifts to Harvard as 
detailed in the provenance index cover only the incunabula; but Harvard is 
indebted to him and to Mrs. Horblit for much besides, including a fine run 
of English almanacs and one of the most distinguished collections of early 
photographs. 



BOIES PENROSE II COLLECTION 

Described in one of his early class reports as "gentleman of leisure," Boies 
Penrose II said of himself that he was "something of a bibliophile." He also 
reported that he had "worked intermittently against the Prohibition Amend- 
ment." In the 1930s he bought a house in England and divided his time 
between Nettlecombe in Sussex and the United States, where he was part- 
time curator of prints at the Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia. His bib- 
liophile interests continued, and in a later report we are told that he had 
assembled a small library of geographical material printed prior to 1640. His 
hobbies, he said, were shooting, taking walking trips, and playing with toy 
trains. In 1936 and again in 1939 he ran as a Republican for Congress from 
the Fourth Pennsylvania District but was defeated in both elections. He 
joined the Army in World War II and was discharged with the rank of 
captain in 1945. In the twenty-fifth anniversary report of his class he wrote, 
"My chief extra-curricular interest in the past quarter century has been the 
history of travel and discovery in the Renaissance. I have written two books 
on the subject, as well as various articles, and I have assembled a fair number 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 43 

of volumes connected with the field — although it would savor of ostentation 
to call so heterogeneous a collection a library." Penrose was later appointed 
to the Harvard Library Visiting Committee. He died in 1976. 

The eighteen incunabula that Penrose gave to the Library over the 
years do not reflect his interest in the history of travel and discovery; rather, 
they form a miscellaneous collection that includes a number of editions of 
classical authors. He did have a badly imperfect copy of Frater Laurentius's 
so-called Royal Book, printed by Caxton, and this was given to Harvard after 
his death by his son, Charles B. Penrose. It did not much extend Harvard's 
Caxton holdings, however, since Harvard already had a complete copy of 
the same book in the Harry Elkins Widener Collection (see nos. 3991 and 
3992). Selected MSS and printed books from the Penrose library were sold 
at a Haus der Biicher auction in Basel in 1978. 



WARD M. CANADAY COLLECTION 

A remarkable collection of books, including over one hundred incunabula, 
was formed by F. Gentili di Giuseppe in the early part of the twentieth 
century. He lived for many years in Paris, and on his death his library passed 
by inheritance to his daughter Adriana (Mrs. Rafael Salem). Forced by 
conditions in Europe to leave Paris, she and her husband came to the United 
States in the early years of World War II and fortunately were able to bring 
their books with them. Rafael Salem secured a position at the Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, and Mrs. Salem persuaded William A. Jackson and 
Philip Hofer to allow her to shelve her collection in the newly opened 
Houghton Library, with the understanding that the books would be made 
available to users on request. This situation continued until 1955, when the 
printed books in the Salem collection were purchased en bloc by Ward M. 
Canaday (H '07), who gradually transferred ownership to Harvard over the 
next ten years. A glance at the provenance index will show the richness of 
the incunabula, but the collection of over a thousand volumes was also 
strong in sixteenth-century books and in Italian and French belles lettres. 
Ward Canaday was the archetype of the self-made man. Born in New 
Castle, Indiana, in 1885, to working-class parents whose life was not easy, he 
early learned the value of money, first by delivering newspapers and then, 
in high school, by becoming a reporter for the local newspaper. By these 
efforts he was able to enter the University of Colorado in 1903, but after two 
years there he transferred to Harvard and was admitted to the class of 1907. 
Money was scarce during his undergraduate years, but he had the oppor- 
tunity of hearing the lectures of George Santayana and Barrett Wendell and 
found life at Harvard inspiring and exciting. In his later years Canaday 
wrote that his two years at Harvard were the most decisive of his life. 



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After graduation, one of his first jobs was as eastern sales manager for 
the Hoosier Manufacturing Company, makers of kitchen cabinets. Later he 
became advertising manager for the company, and his success in this posi- 
tion brought him to the notice of J. N. Willys, head of the Willys-Overland 
Company of Toledo, manufacturers of motor vehicles, who asked him to 
head the advertising department of that firm. He accepted, and so began his 
climb to success in the business world. By 1918 he was well enough known 
to be asked to serve on the War Industries Board in World War I. In 1921 
he organized his own advertising agency, the United States Advertising 
Corporation, with offices in Toledo, New York, London, Paris, and Sydney; 
and in 1934 was named director of public relations of the Federal Housing 
Authority. In 1939, on the outbreak of war in Europe, Canaday began 
investigating the possibility of producing a small, light automobile of great 
flexibility that could be used in place of cavalry in the field. The result was 
the General Purpose Vehicle, which became popularly known as the "Jeep." 
At first thought of only as a vehicle for the Army, it soon came to be called 
the "Jeep of all trades," and the name became known around the world in 
places where wheeled vehicles had never before traveled. During World 
War II several hundred thousand of them were built, and it gradually be- 
came clear that their uses in peace were even greater than their uses in war. 

Not content with his magnificent gift of books to the Houghton Library, 
Ward Canaday also gave funds for the erection of Canaday Hall, the newest 
(and probably last) freshman dormitory in the Harvard Yard. At the dedi- 
cation in 1974, he spoke simply and from the heart of his gratitude to 
Harvard for the direction and impetus his education there had given to his 
life. Harvard has reason to record its own gratitude for the return that loyal 
son has made to his alma mater. 



FRANCIS H. FOBES COLLECTION 

Francis H. Fobes (H '04), a classical scholar, taught Greek and Latin as 
an instructor at Harvard, 1908-1913, and Greek at Union College in 
Schenectady, 1915-1920, and was professor of Greek at Amherst College 
from 1920 to his retirement in 1947. He was a devoted bibliophile and 
assembled a large collection of classical authors, including incunabula and 
sixteenth-century editions, which he bequeathed to Harvard. Among the 
incunabula were Antoninus Florentinus, De censuris (Venice, Colonia and 
Manthen, 23 September 1474; no. 1671); Johannes de Magistris, Quaestiones 
super tota philosophia naturali (Parma, Damianus de Moyllis, 1 2 December 
1481; no. 3357); Marcus Terentius Varro, De lingua Latina (Parma, Printer 
of Hieronymus, Epistolae, 11 December 1480; no. 3362); and Sextus Pom- 
peius Festus, De verborum significatione (Parma, same printer, 1480; no. 3363). 



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LEE M. FRIEDMAN COLLECTION AND FUND FOR JUDAICA 

After preparatory work at the Roxbury Latin School, Lee M. Friedman (H 
1893) entered Harvard in 1889 and graduated magna cum laude four years 
later. As an undergraduate he was much influenced by Charles Eliot Norton, 
who encouraged his love of the arts and literature, interests that remained 
with him throughout his life. He went on to the Harvard Law School and 
completed his work for the LL.B. with honors in 1895. In the same year he 
was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and eventually became one of Bos- 
ton's most distinguished lawyers. In 1905 he was responsible for organizing 
the first juvenile court system in Massachusetts. He took a special interest in 
the cultural and religious life of the Jewish community in Boston and was on 
the board of a number of Jewish philanthropic and service organizations, as 
well as being for a time trustee and then president of the Boston Public 
Library. He was also a long-time member of the Visiting Committee of the 
Harvard College Library. A discriminating art collector, he was well known 
as one of the greatest private collectors of Toulouse-Lautrec and of Whistler. 
Both the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Print Department of the 
Boston Public Library were enriched, under the provisions of his will, by 
their acquisition of his collection of paintings, drawings, and prints by these 
artists as well as many by Rembrandt, Picasso, Matisse, Utrillo, Copley, 
Turner, and others. 

In like manner, his love of books and manuscripts made him a 
renowned bibliophile. He formed a great collection of Judaica, which he 
bequeathed to Harvard, much of it so rare that it is now housed in the 
Houghton Library. His Dreyfus collection is one of the best in existence. But 
for my purposes, the fact that Friedman's Judaica collection included no less 
than thirty-six incunabula, as well as a far greater number of sixteenth- and 
seventeenth-century works dealing with the Jews, will show how wide and 
broad based his collecting was. As might be expected, many of the Friedman 
incunabula represent Catholic polemic against the Jews: there are two 
editions of Theobaldus the Subprior, Pharetra fidei catholicae contra Iudaeos 
(nos. 293 and 1017); one of the Errores Iudaeorum ex Talmud extracti (no. 510); 
six editions of Samuel Maroccanus, Epistola contra Iudaeorum errores (nos. 830, 
831, 2850, 3182, 3279, and 3483); Petrus Niger, Contra perfidos Iudaeos (no. 
933) and Stern des Meschiah (no. 938); Isidorus Hispalensis, De fide catholica 
contra Iudaeos (no. 1487); and Petrus Brutus, Victoria contra Iudaeos (no. 3515). 
A cause celebre in the fifteenth century was the Simon of Trent affair, a 
supposed ritual murder of a Christian child by Jews, and numbers 555, 
1269, 1273, and 1372 are concerned with that. A number of the Friedman 
incunabula, while not dealing exclusively with the Jews, nevertheless contain 
sufficient references to them for the collector to have considered them as 
properly belonging among his Judaica. Examples are Paulus de Sancta 



46 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

Maria, Scrutinium scripturarum (no. 64); the Attestatio fidei orthodoxae (no. 771); 
and Thomas Aquinas, Summa de articulis fidei (no. 1 150). 

Friedman was concerned not only that his collection should pass to the 
Harvard Library on his death but also that funds be available for its care and 
preservation. A generous fund was therefore established in 1959, under the 
terms of his will, "to be used for the arrangement and care of my collection 
or for making additions thereto." Until the mid-1980s the income from this 
fund was shared by the Houghton Library and the Judaica Division of the 
Widener Library, and the Houghton curators were able to add not a few 
fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Judaica to the rariora of the Friedman col- 
lection. Since that time, however, an administrative decision has transferred 
the entire income of the fund to the Judaica Division, so that Houghton is 
no longer able to make the kind of additions to its part of the collection that 
the donor had specified in his will. 



IMRIE DE VEGH COLLECTION 

Born in Budapest in 1906, Imrie de Vegh (as he preferred to spell his name, 
the Hungarian form being Imre) earned an LL.D. at the University of Buda- 
pest in 1928 and then spent two years of further study at Trinity College, 
Cambridge. Moving to the United States, he worked as an economist with 
the New York firm of Scudder, Stevens & Clark for ten years. During World 
War II he was a member of the War Production Board. After the war he 
founded his own firm, de Vegh & Co., and was president and director of the 
de Vegh Mutual Fund until his premature death from lung cancer in 1962. 
He was a discriminating book collector and concentrated on works illus- 
trating the history of ideas in all periods and parts of the world. One of his 
special interests was Johannes Sambucus (Janos Samboky), a fellow 
Hungarian (1531-1584), a humanist, and an important collector of books 
and manuscripts, whose collection on his death passed to what is now the 
Nationalbibliothek in Vienna. De Vegh assembled an impressive number of 
Sambucus's works, which he gave to the Harvard Library. His gifts of thirty- 
four incunabula (see the provenance index) might seem a miscellaneous lot, 
but looked at closely they will reveal his concern to bring together books that 
illustrate unusual and sometimes fantastic workings of the human mind. A 
good example is the first dated edition of the Latin text of Jacobus de 
Theramo, Consolatio peccatorum (Augsburg, Schtissler, 2 July 1472; no. 535). 
In this curious work the author describes a lawsuit carried on according to 
canon law, the plaintiff and defendant being Belial and Jesus respectively. 
Belial complains that Jesus, having conquered Lucifer, has broken the peace 
and usurped power, and he demands justice from God. God appoints Solo- 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 47 

mon to judge the case, and Jesus appoints Moses as his defense. Moses calls 
as witnesses Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, David, Vergil, Hippocrates, Aristotle, 
and John the Baptist. Against such an array, Belial, despite his golden- 
tongued eloquence, loses the case but promptly appeals it. God therefore 
appoints the patriarch Joseph to review the case, and Belial, fearing to lose 
a second time, demands arbitration. Moses consents to this and chooses 
Aristode and Isaiah on his side, while Belial appoints the Emperor Augustus 
and Jeremiah. The arguments begin again, and this time Belial, better 
versed than Moses in chicanery, not infrequently embarrasses and discomfits 
his opponent. The arbitrators cannot make up their minds, and in the end 
each side claims victory. It is not hard to see why this book was put on the 
Index. 



GEORGE BENSON WESTON COLLECTION 

George Benson Weston, after taking his A.B. at Harvard in the class of 1897 
and his A.M. in 1898, spent the next five years traveling and studying in 
Europe. Returning to this country, he served as instructor in Romance lan- 
guages at Dartmouth College from 1903 to 1908 and then accepted a similar 
post at Harvard, where he remained until his retirement in 1941. His inter- 
est in books began early, for according to a notation in his copy of the satires 
of Juvenal (Venice, Johannes Tacuinus, 1495; no. 2556), he acquired the 
book in Dresden in 1891, when he would have been seventeen years old. It 
was an interest that stayed with him throughout his life. In his 1922 class 
report he said: 

In the course of many years I have accumulated something of a 
collection of books, music, and autographs. In books I have 
specialized to some extent in French and Italian literature of the 
Middle Ages and Renaissance. 

And in the 1947 report, 

Like most collectors in their latter years, I have often asked myself 
what will happen to my library. The answer came not long ago 
when bereavement struck me, and I am turning over all the best 
of my books, manuscripts, and music to the Houghton Library at 
Harvard as a memorial to my dear wife. 

And indeed, the rare books alone from Weston's library, received in 1963, 
required forty-seven typewritten pages to record. In addition, a large num- 
ber of more ordinary books were sent to the Widener Library. Houghton's 



48 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

share included nine incunabula as well as many sixteenth- and seventeenth- 
century editions of classical, neo- Latin, and vernacular authors. In addition 
to the incunable mentioned above we received Nicolaus de Ausmo, Supple- 
mentum Summae Pisanellae (Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, not after 1473; no. 
1542), and Lucanus, Pharsalia (Venice, Juvenis Guerinus, 1477; no. 1748). 



PHILIP HOFER COLLECTION 

In November of 1988 a symposium, "Philip Hofer as a Collector," was held 
at the Houghton Library in conjunction with an exhibition, four years after 
his death, of Hofer's bequest to the Department of Printing and Graphic 
Arts. In his remarks on that occasion, William Bentinck-Smith, honorary 
curator of type specimens and letter design in the Harvard College Library, 
characterized his long-time friend in terms that cannot be bettered: 

It would not be immoderate to argue, without diminishing the 
achievement of others, that Philip Hofer has earned a place in the 
history of the Harvard College Library unmatched by any in its 
350 years of existence. Certainly as meticulous scholar, generous 
donor, shrewd bookman, and insatiable connoisseur-collector, 
there is no one of his spirit and quality in all of Harvard's history. 

In numbers alone his gifts to the Library over more than half a century, an 
estimated twenty-five thousand volumes, would surely rank him among the 
greatest individual donors; but when quality as well as quantity is taken into 
consideration, Hofer's eminence becomes supreme. One has only to open 
Ruth Mortimer's magisterial catalogues of his French and Italian sixteenth- 
century books, themselves forming only a small portion of his total gifts, to 
realize how greatly Hofer's refined taste and unerring discrimination have 
enriched Harvard's collections. The same can be said of his gifts in other 
fields and of other periods as well, from the fifteenth to the twentieth cen- 
turies, not to mention his many splendid illuminated manuscripts. Among 
the more than two hundred incunabula recorded in this catalogue as his gift 
or bequest are counted Harvard's sole blockbook, the Apocalypsis Sancti 
Johannis (1462?; no. 1); a magnificent copy in a contemporary binding of 
Hans Erhart Tusch's Burgundische Historie (1477; no. 129); an equally fine 
copy of Erhart Gross's Doctrinal fiir die Leyen (ca. 1477; no. 130); an 
important fragment of the German translation of Melusina (ca. 1483/85; no. 
192); proof sheets of an aborted edition of Jacobus de Theramo's Consolatio 
peccatorum (1472; no. 498A); both Latin and German editions of the Diirer 
Apocalypsis cumfiguris (1498; nos. 760 and 761); the Italian translation of the 
Bible by Malermi with its important woodcut illustrations (1490; no. 2474); 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 49 

a copy printed on vellum of the Officium Beatae Virginis Mariae in a 
contemporary Neapolitan binding (1487; no. 3273) — to mention only a few 
of the more outstanding examples. 

Born in 1898 in Cincinnati, Hofer entered Harvard in 1917 as a 
member of the class of 1921, of which he was elected vice-president for a 
year. It was as an undergraduate that his interest in books, especially illus- 
trated books, began, and this interest continued throughout his long life. 
After graduation, at his parents' insistence, he spent a somewhat unwilling 
year at the Harvard Business School and a further five years in his family's 
coal business in Cleveland. While he was temperamentally unsuited for life 
in the business world, the time he spent in it did have the great advantage 
of turning him into a shrewd investor in the pre-Depression stock market 
and of soon making him financially independent. Once he had reached that 
stage he was free to begin living life as he chose. He returned to a period of 
graduate study in fine arts at Harvard and then moved to New York, where 
he became successively head of the Spencer Collection at the New York 
Public Library and then assistant director of the Morgan Library. Meanwhile 
his reputation as a collector and bibliographical scholar was growing, and in 
1938 Keyes DeWitt Metcalf, newly appointed director of the Harvard 
University Library, invited him to come to Cambridge and join William A. 
Jackson in what was then the Treasure Room in the Widener Library. One 
of Hofer's early acts was to establish what became the Department of Print- 
ing and Graphic Arts, the first of its kind in any American library. With the 
opening of the Houghton Library in 1942, the department moved into the 
handsome quarters it still occupies today, and Hofer began the systematic 
building up of its holdings, by his own gift and by purchase, into the un- 
rivaled collection that is now his monument. And by his will he was careful 
to provide for its continued development past the period of his own lifetime. 
Surely Bentinck-Smith was right in assigning him "a place in the history of 
the Harvard College Library unmatched by any." 



Funds 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY STEPHEN SALISBURY 

Stephen Salisbury (H 1817, Hon 1875) was born in 1798. A lawyer, he was 
a member of the bar but did not practice. While still a young man he 
inherited a considerable fortune, which allowed him to devote himself to 
public service and charitable causes. He lived in Worcester, Massachusetts, 
and was active in the city government of that city, but he also spent two years 



m 



50 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

in the Massachusetts House of Representatives and another two in the Sen- 
ate. He was director and president of the Worcester Bank for many years, 
a director of the Worcester Free Public Library, and an officer of the 
Worcester County Horticultural Society. He was also a member of the 
American Antiquarian Society and of the Massachusetts Historical Society 
and in addition sat for twelve years on the Harvard Board of Overseers. He 
died in 1884. 

A book fund in his name was established in 1858 in accordance with the 
instructions contained in his letter of 23 November of that year to President 
James Walker: 

My dear Sir, 

The deficiency of the Library of Harvard College in the number 
and quality of Greek and Latin books has been well known by the 
friends of the institution and while it has been deeply regretted by 
those, who seek strength from the pure fountains of learning, the 
liberality, which has so amply provided for the sciences, has af- 
forded nothing for this department. The Alumni of the College, 
after they become engaged in the struggles of active life, too often 
neglect the studies, which they pursued no further, than they were 
carried by deference to authority or by the stimulus of emulation 
and they are unaware of the benefits, which they unconsciously 
received. Hence it is that College Graduates are so ready to join 
those, who have had no opportunity of systematic education in 
denouncing the study of the ancient classics as worthless, because 
it is not an equivalent for superior natural gifts. By these examples 
and the rare instances of successful training of such men as 
Franklin, without the immediate instrumentality of the classics, 
young scholars are led to undervalue and neglect the aid of those 
ancient masters of thought and expression, who have been hon- 
ored as guides by the wisest men for twenty centuries. It is with 
little effect that our learned Professors recommend the studies, to 
which they are most indebted, by argument and by their own bril- 
liant example, when their pupils see a monument of dispar- 
agement and contempt in the small collection of Greek and Latin 
authors, not always in the best editions, which lies neglected in the 
College Library, with no effort for its improvement. And this evil 
extends abroad to those most valuable members of the community, 
who, in the intervals of mercantile and manual labours, seek to 
improve their higher powers and look to the colleges as models 
and guides of training. Thus the general standard of education is 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 51 

let down and a few scholars easily enjoy an aristocracy in the re- 
public of letters. 

As the number of Books in the Greek and Latin languages is 
comparatively small, a moderate provision for this part of the Col- 
lege Library may be sufficient and an increase of annual appro- 
priation will probably keep up with improved accessions and give 
more attraction and animation to this department. In the absence 
of any thing better adapted to revive and encourage an important 
branch of learning, which I have waited for in vain from those, 
who know and illustrate its full value, I respectfully ask, that you 
will present to the Corporation of Harvard College my offer of 
Five thousand dollars to be invested safely and productively and 
maintained as a separate Fund, of which the net annual income 
shall be expended in the purchase of books in the Greek and Latin 
languages and in books in other languages illustrating Greek and 
Latin books, for the supply of the Library of said College. And 
books so purchased, which are not needed for said Library may be 
given to undergraduate students in said College, as premiums for 
faithful scholarship or as aid to those who deserve and need assis- 
tance in defraying the expenses of education at the discretion of 
said Corporation. 

I have great satisfaction in tendering this act of filial duty to my 
Alma Mater, while her prosperity and character are endeared to 
the people of our country, by ever wise administration. . , . 

Needless to say, Salisbury's offer was accepted with expressions of gratitude, 
and the fund continues today to fulfill the purpose for which it was set up. 
Eighteen incunabula have been bought with it, including the Servius 
Commentarii in Vergilii opera (Rome, Han, ca. 1471?; no. 1306) and the 
Lactantius Opera (Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 1472; no. 1532). 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY CHARLES MINOT 

Two entries in John Langdon Sibley's private journal relate to Charles Minot 
(H 1828) and the fund established in his name: 

Nov. 7, 1866. Was sent for by a graduate with whom I had a 
conversation nearly two years ago about the Library. He is very 
unwell 8c says he proposes to make his will to-morrow. He will give 
to the College for the purchase of books sixty "one thousand 



52 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

dollar" bonds of the Buffalo, Bradford and Pittsburgh Railroad 
Company, payable 1 January 1896, with 7 per cent, coupons 
payable semi-annually on condition that during the lifetime of his 
adopted son, the College will pay to him all that it receives from 
these bonds after deducting taxes, &c. The road is a branch of the 
Erie Railroad, which operates it, and guarantees the payments. 

Dec. 12, 1866. Attended the funeral of Charles Minot, HC 1828, 
who died on the 10th at his house on the northwesterly part of 
Spring Hill in Somerville. He is the person alluded to, November 
7th. A year ago he had an engineer for three weeks laying out his 
grounds with a view to building a splendid mansion 8c had 400 or 
500 feet of stone pipe laid deep in the ground, in anticipation of 
his project. By and by these pipes may be a subject for speculation 
among antiquaries. He was never married. He had been con- 
nected with the Boston 8c Maine Railroad & with the NY 8c Erie 
Railroad, 8c some years ago was solicited by the Emperor of Russia 
to take charge of the one between St. Petersburg and Moscow. . . . 

The fund was established in 1870, the income to be applied "to the purchase 
of new books for Harvard College Library." Twenty-nine incunabula have 
been bought with it, "new" being interpreted as new to the Library collec- 
tions, not newly published. See the provenance index. 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY JAMES WALKER 

James Walker was born in 1794 in Burlington, Massachusetts, at that time 
a part of Woburn, which originally belonged to Charlestown. He was 
educated at Groton and at Harvard, where he was a member of the class of 
1814. He spent a year teaching at Phillips Academy in Exeter and then 
returned to enter the Divinity School at Harvard. In 1818 he received a call 
to the church at Charlestown, where he remained as minister until 1839, 
when he was named Alford Professor of Natural Theology, Moral 
Philosophy, and Civil Polity in Harvard College. In 1853 he was made 
president of the College. In January of 1860 he resigned this latter position 
to devote himself to philosophy and literature, writing and lecturing and 
preaching. It is recorded that "his last days were cheerful, quiet, and free 
from pain. He had no disease, and was confined to his bed for only one day. 
He was simply worn out, and died from weakness." 

The Walker Fund was established in 1875 according to the Corporation 
Records under date of 8 March: 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 53 

The Treasurer informed the Board that he had received from 
George O. Shattuck Esq. Executor of the Will of the late James 
Walker D.D. Fifteen thousand dollars, the income of which is to be 
expended annually in the purchase of books for the general 
Library of the University, preference being given to works in 
intellectual and moral sciences. 

The Executor also notifed the Board that the Library of Dr. 
Walker, including all the books and pamphlets of which he died 
possessed is bequeathed to the President and Fellows with author- 
ity to make such distribution or disposal of the same as they shall 
see fit. 

The President was requested to inform the Executor that the 
Corporation accept these important gifts with gratitude, that they 
will carry out the wise directions given by their revered benefactor, 
and that they rejoice that his name will be permanently associated 
with the Library. 

And J. L. Sibley, in his private journal, made the following entry under 22 
March 1875: 

Ex-President James Walker's library, consisting of more than 3500 
volumes including duplicates, besides pamphlets, brought to Gore 
Hall. 

Five incunabula have been bought with this fund, including the very rare 
Johannes Versor, Quaestiones super Posteriora analytka Aristotelis (Leipzig, 
Wolfgang Stockel, 1499; no. 1054). 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY 
EVANGELINUS APOSTOLIDES SOPHOCLES 

The exact date of birth of Evangelinus Apostolides Sophocles is unknown, 
but it was sometime between 1800 and 1808 in Tsangarada, Thessaly, near 
Mount Pelion. As a youth he was taken to Cairo by an uncle and educated 
there in a school run by the monks of the monastery of St. Catherine on 
Mount Sinai. After returning to Greece he fell in with a missionary of the 
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, the Rev. Joseph 
Brewer, who persuaded him to emigrate to Massachusetts. He studied and 
taught for a while at Amherst but had to stop because of ill health. After a 
period of teaching and writing in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1842 he was 
appointed tutor in Greek at Harvard. By this time he had published a num- 



54 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

ber of textbooks and grammars for the study of Greek, all of which were well 
received and some of which were reprinted a number of times. In 1860 
Harvard appointed him professor of Ancient, Byzantine, and Modern 
Greek, a post he filled until his death in 1883. His greatest contribution to 
scholarship was his Greek Lexicon of the Roman and Byzantine Periods, 1870, of 
which Harvard published a memorial edition in 1887. 

The relevant clauses of Sophocles' will relating to the disposition of his 
books and the establishment of a fund are as follows: 

1) I give to the President and Fellows of Harvard College all my 
printed books, and the stereotype plates of my Lexicon. 

2) All the residue and remainder of my property and estate, I 
devise and bequeath to the said President and Fellows of Harvard 
College, in trust, to keep the same as a permanent fund, and to 
apply the income thereof in two equal parts, one part to the 
purchase of Greek and Latin books (meaning hereby the ancient 
classics) or of Arabic books, or of books illustrating, or explaining, 
such Greek, Latin, or Arabic books, and the other part to the 
Catalogue Department of the General Library. Provided, however, 
that the said President and Fellows may, at their discretion, apply 
any part, or the whole, of the said income, in any year, or years, to 
the publishing, editing, or preparing for publication of any manu- 
scripts which I may leave unpublished at my death, or to the pub- 
lishing, editing, or preparing for publication, of a new edition, or 
new editions, of my printed Lexicon. My will is that the entire in- 
come of the said fund may be expended in every year, and that the 
fund be kept forever unimpaired, and be called and known as the 
Constantius Fund, in memory of my paternal uncle, Constantius 
the Sinaite. 

The fund was capitalized at $25,892.26, and sixty-one incunabula have been 
acquired by the use of it. See the provenance index. 

Charles Burton Gulick, Eliot Professor of Greek at Harvard, in his 
notice of Sophocles in the Dictionary of American Biography, describes him 
thus: 

His small body was surmounted by an Olympian head covered 
with a shock of white hair; his dark eyes gleamed almost fe- 
rociously. But under a brusqueness which terrified the stranger, 
he cherished a tender sympathy for his intimate friends. Little 
children loved him; the chickens which he tended on the ground 
now occupied by Radcliffe College came at the call of their own 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 55 

names [names derived from those of his colleagues' wives!]. With 
seeming parsimony he saved money to build a bridge and water- 
works for his native village, and he left large sums to friends and 
to the Harvard Library. His dignity, courtesy, and frugality sug- 
gested the Greek peasant, and the solitariness of the bare room in 
Holworthy Hall in which he died, the monk's cell. 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY HENRY LILLIE PIERCE 

Henry Lillie Pierce's educational opportunities as a youth were restricted to 
the academies of Dorchester, Milton, and Bridgewater in Massachusetts. For 
a short time he was enrolled in the Normal School at Bridgewater, but a 
severe illness caused his withdrawal, and he was not able to go on to college. 
His health remained a problem into his early twenties. It gradually im- 
proved, however, and in 1849 he secured employment in a chocolate mill 
owned by his mother's half-brother, Walter Baker — a name still familiar to 
purchasers of chocolate. Baker died in 1852, and his partner, Sidney B. 
Williams, in 1 854, after which the chocolate plant was leased to Pierce for a 
period of ten years, subject to a life interest for a certain amount payable 
annually to Baker's widow. The firm prospered under Pierce's management, 
and he eventually became sole owner. On his death, records his memorialist, 
"he left it the largest business of the kind on this continent, — the annual sales 
being more than forty times larger than when he took it." 

His business affairs did not prevent him from taking an active role in 
the politics of Boston and the country. He was elected mayor of Boston in 
1 872 and immediately used his authority to reorganize the Health and Fire 
departments. He soon had to resign from that office, however, when he was 
chosen to fill a vacancy in Congress left by the death of William Whiting in 
the summer of 1873. 

Despite his not being a Harvard graduate, Pierce left $50,000 in his will 
be be used to establish a fund for the purchase of books for the Harvard 
Library. The fund was used for its stated purpose fairly often in the early 
part of this century, nine incunabula having been acquired with it between 
1899 and 1909, but in 1945 the Harvard Corporation voted that the income 
"be transferred to such purposes as the Librarian of Harvard College sees 
fit" — probably meaning administration. 

Pierce's benefactions were numerous to educational and charitable 
institutions as well as to churches of different denominations, Roman Catho- 
lic as well as Protestant. A Congregationalist by upbringing, at the end of his 
life he was a pewholder at King's Chapel, Boston. 



56 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

FUND ESTABLISHED BY WILLIAM BAYARD CUTTING, JR. 

William Bayard Cutting, Jr., though a member of the class of 1900, finished 
his college work in three years and received his degree summa cum laude in 
1899. From July of 1899 to April of 1901 he acted as private secretary to the 
Hon. Joseph H. Choate at the American Embassy in London. He married 
Lady Sybil Marjorie Cuffe in 1901, spent a few months in California, and 
then entered the Columbia Law School in New York. Ill health, however, 
compelled him to leave the Law School and spend the next two years trav- 
eling in England, Italy, and the Tyrol. He then returned to Southern Cali- 
fornia and was for a short time editor of a country newspaper. Drawn to 
diplomatic work, he was appointed vice-consul at Milan in 1909. But his 
health remained precarious, and on 10 March 1910 he died of pneumonia 
at Aswan in Egypt. Not long before his death he had been appointed curator 
of Napoleonic literature in the Harvard College Library as well as John 
Harvard Fellow. By his will he left $25,000 to the university, half of the 
income to be used for the purchase of books on modern European history 
and the history of the countries of Northern Africa, preference being given 
to books on the history of France, Switzerland, Italy, Morocco, Algiers, and 
Egypt. These collections at the present day owe much to his generosity. The 
incunabula bought with his fund include Italian translations of Leonardus 
Brunus Aretinus, Historiae Florentim populi (Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
5 June 1492; no. 2905) and of Poggius Florentinus, Historia Florentina (same 
printer, 3 September 1492; no. 2907), as well as Statuta civilia Mediolanensia 
(Milan, Ambrosius de Caponago, 10 November 1498; no. 3162), and several 
others. 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY JOHN HARVEY TREAT 

After leaving Harvard with the class of 1862, Treat joined his father in the 
family business in Lawrence, Massachusetts, a firm that sold manufacturers' 
supplies. His connection with the business world was not complete, however, 
for he had a strong interest in archaeology, particularly as it related to 
Christian antiquities, and he spent 1875 in Palestine (as it was then called) 
with the American Exploration Party. Church history and ritualism were 
other interests that led to a number of publications — The Catholic Controversy 
(1874), The Catholic Faith (1888), Loyalty to the Prayer Book (1876), Notes on the 
Rubrics of the Communion Office (1882), and several others. His interest in 
books began early: in his fifth class report (1867) it is stated that "those of his 
classmates in this neighborhood know that, whenever a rare old book is in 
the market, Treat scents it afar. He has made a collection of more than 200 
volumes of antiquated [sic] literature." Over the next twenty years his collec- 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 57 



tion grew greatly, and when he presented it to the Harvard Library in 1 i. 
it required a closely packed printed catalogue of twenty-nine pages to record 
it. Treat died in 1908, and in 1911 a fund was established by his residuary 
bequest, "income whereof to be used for the benefit of the Library for the 
purchase of books relating to the Church of England and Churches in 
Communion with her, the Roman and Greek Churches, and the Episcopal 
Church in the United States of America, especially as regards ritual matters, 
of the same general character as the collection presented to them in 1888; 
also books relating to Christian Archaeology." How extensively this fund has 
been used over the years for the purchase of incunabula, representing only 
a small portion of the total acquisitions containing the Treat Fund book- 
plate, can be seen by the 187 entries in the provenance index. 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY EDWARD HENRY HALL 

Edward Henry Hall was born in Cincinnati in 1 83 1 . He prepared for college 
in Providence, Rhode Island, where his father was pastor of the First Con- 
gregational Church. He entered Harvard College in 1847 at the age of 
sixteen and was graduated with the class of 1 85 1 . He went on to study in the 
Divinity School and received his degree there in 1855. Ordained as a 
Unitarian minister in 1859, he presided over the Unitarian Church in Ply- 
mouth until 1867, in the meantime acting as chaplain of the 44th Regiment 
of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia during the Civil War. In 1869 he moved 
to Worcester to become minister of the Second Parish there and remained 
for thirteen years. In 1882 he was invited to take over the First Parish and 
Church in Cambridge, in which post he served until he resigned in 1893. He 
was lecturer on the history of Christian doctrine at the Harvard Divinity 
School for the year 1899-1900 and was awarded an honorary S.T.D. in 
1902. He died at his home in Cambridge in 1912. 

Hall was a member of many secular organizations: the American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Antiquarian Society, the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society, and a number of others. The fund in his name 
was established in 1913 for the unrestricted use of the Library. Thirty-six 
incunabula have been acquired with it; see the provenance index. 



FUND ESTABLISHED IN HONOR OF 
GEORGE LYMAN KITTREDGE 

George Lyman Kittredge, who became a legendary figure in the annals of 
teaching at Harvard for his courses in Chaucer and Shakespeare, was born 
in Boston in 1860. He attended the Roxbury Latin School from 1875 to 



58 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

1878, when he entered Harvard as a member of the class of 1882. Fellow 
members were Charles Townsend Copeland, later to become his own legend 
at Harvard, and Owen Wister, author of The Virginian. Kittredge graduated 
summa cum laude and was first scholar in his class. For a few years after gradu- 
ation he taught Latin at Phillips Exeter Academy, then in 1 888 accepted an 
instructorship in English at Harvard, thus beginning his long career there. 
Although he did not hesitate to express his reservations about the many 
changes President Eliot was making at Harvard, that did not impede his 
rapid advancement to a full professorship in 1895. Eliot was fair-minded 
enough not to allow sincerely felt opposition to prejudice the promotion of 
a man he clearly respected. Eventually Kittredge succeeded Francis James 
Child, his former teacher, as chairman of the Division of Modern Languages 
and in 1917 was named first Gurney Professor of English Literature, a posi- 
tion he held until his retirement in 1936. 

At a dinner held on 9 June 1913 to celebrate the completion of 
Kittredge's first twenty-five years of teaching at Harvard, it was announced 
that a fund of $4,500 (no small sum in those days) had been raised by friends 
and former students, "the income of which shall be devoted to the purchase 
of such books for the College Library as Professor Kittredge would 
approve." Kittredge had a deep interest in the Library. He once remarked 
that when taking a book from a shelf in the stacks he always glanced at the 
bookplate, to see to whom he owed the pleasure of using the volume. He 
himself made many additions to the folklore collection, and much more has 
been added by the use of the Kittredge Anniversary Fund, as it is called. 
From his own library came by his bequest Guido de Columna, Historia 
destructionis Troiae (Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, ca. 1489; no. 238); Coniu- 
ratio daemonum (Rome, Plannck, ca. 1492; no. 1428); and Dictys Cretensis, 
Historia Troiana (Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 1499; no. 2395). The 
fund, later augmented, was used to buy Johannes Nider, Formicarius 
(Cologne, Zell, not after 1473; no. 341); Angelus de Gambilionibus, Tractatus 
de maleficiis (Naples, Printer of Nicolaus de Lyra, 1477; no. 3278); and a 
number of other incunabula. 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY PETER PAUL FRANCIS DEGRAND 

Degrand, a Boston businessman of French birth, did not attend Harvard but 
by his will took care to provide a fund for the Library, "the income to be 
employed in French works and periodicals on the exact sciences and on 
chemistry, astronomy, and other sciences applied to the arts and to navi- 
gation." He wrote several pamphlets dealing with rail transportation, 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 59 

revenue laws, tariff, and like matters, and was a force in the development of 
railroads in the western United States. At a meeting of the "Friends of a 
Railroad to San Francisco" held at Boston in 1849, an address was made 
"showing that, P. P. F. Degrand's plan is the only one, as yet proposed, 
which will secure promptly and certainly, and by a single act of legislation, 
the construction of a railroad to California, in the shortest time allowed by 
its physical obstacles." The plan was for a company to be chartered by Con- 
gress for the construction of a railroad from St. Louis to San Francisco, with 
a capital of $100,000,000, and that the company, after having paid in 
$2,000,000, should have the right to borrow United States 6 percent stock 
to such amount, not exceeding $98,000,000, as would be sufficient to finish 
the road and carry it into full operation with a double track. Further, 
Degrand suggested that Congress give this company a strip of the public 
lands, ten miles wide on the north side of the road, the land for the bed of 
the road and for depots, and the right to take from the public lands wood, 
gravel, stone, iron, and such other materials as would be necessary to 
construct the road. The adoption of this plan, Degrand felt, would enable 
the road to be completed in as brief a time as possible "and will secure this 
by a single act of Congress, free from the chance of future freaks of 
legislation." To insure speedy completion of the road, Degrand further 
stipulated "that no stimulus, stronger than Cold Water, be allowed to be 
used by the officers and men employed by the Road or by the Contractors." 
Degrand died in 1855, but his estate was subject to annuities to be paid 
quarterly to a number of relatives and their descendants. After their decease 
3/12ths of the net proceeds of his estate were to be paid to Harvard for the 
purpose above stated, and l/12th respectively to nine other beneficiaries, 
including the Association for the Relief of Aged Indigent Females, the Bos- 
ton Lying In Hospital, the Boston Female Orphan Asylum, the Fatherless 
and Widows Society, and the Female Medical Education Society — from all 
of which it will be clear that Mr. Degrand, long before the feminist 
movements of the twentieth century, was concerned to provide for those 
who in his time were regarded as the weaker members of society. He also left 
1/1 2 th of his estate to the City of Boston "for amusing Picture Books for 
infant schools." The will was signed 5 May 1851, but the Harvard part of his 
legacy, some $82,682 in cash and securities valued at $4,500, did not come 
into the possession of the College until 1917. Among the incunabula that 
have been purchased with the Degrand fund are the very rare Anianus, 
Computus cum commento (Paris, Caillaut, ca. 1492?; no. 3614), and the Manure 
de enter et planter enjardins (Lyons, Mareschal and Chaussard, ca. 1496; no. 
3819). 



60 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

FUND ESTABLISHED IN MEMORY OF 
GEORGE SCHUNEMANN JACKSON 

Something of an idealist and a rebel against hidebound New England tradi- 
tion, Jackson after graduation from Harvard with the class of 1902 set out 
for fresh fields and established himself in Chicago, where he worked as a real 
estate agent until the beginning of World War I. Declared unfit for army 
service, he went to London and engaged in charitable work for a while and 
then went to Liege as a deputy of the American Commission for Relief. He 
stayed on in Europe after the war and worked with the Food Commission 
in the devastated areas. He died in Nice in 1919 at the age of 35. The fund 
was established in 1920 by Jackson's brothers and sister "for the purchase 
and maintenance of books, with the wish that preference should be given to 
those treating of social welfare and service, moral philosophy, civics, and like 
subjects." These were broad enough fields for Harvard to have acquired 
over the years a total of fifty-one incunabula by the use of this fund, 
including Low German translations of the Imitatio Christi (Lubeck, the Poppy 
Printer, 1492-1496; nos. 950 and 951; Harvard's only examples of the work 
of this printer); the very rare French translation of the same work (Paris, 
Jean Lambert, 1493; no. 3703); and the equally rare Spanish translation 
(Seville, Companeros alemanes, 1496; no. 3966). 



FUND ESTABLISHED IN THE NAME OF 
BENNETT HUBBARD NASH 

After finishing at Harvard in the class of 1856, Nash went on to study at the 
Theological Seminary in Andover, from which he graduated in 1860. He 
preached occasionally in various pulpits, but because of ill health he did not 
seek a permanent charge. In 1866 he was appointed instructor in Italian and 
Spanish at Harvard and in 1881 full professor. He continued in this capacity 
until 1894, when he resigned his academic connecdon to become trustee and 
attorney in the care and management of several estates and to pursue 
private study. He died in 1906. A fund was established by his widow in 1925, 
"the net income thereof in each year to be used and applied in the purchase 
of such books for the library of Harvard College in the interest of and for the 
use of the Departments of Spanish and Italian as in the judgment of them, 
the said President and Fellows, may seem most necessary and suitable." Over 
the years the Nash fund has made possible the purchase of thirty-five 
incunabula and a much larger number of works by Spanish and Italian 
authors of later periods. It continues as an active memorial of the man in 
whose name it was set up. 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 61 

FUND ESTABLISHED IN THE NAME OF 
ANDREW PRESTON PEABODY 

Andrew Preston Peabody (H 1826) appears to have been the Mr. Chips of 
his generation at Harvard, universally loved and respected. He was also 
something of a prodigy: he was able to read at the age of three, and it was a 
matter of indifference to him whether the book was right-side-up or upside- 
down. His memory throughout his life was phenomenal: when he was seven 
he was able to memorize a large part of the book of Genesis. His thirst for 
knowledge was extraordinary and his interests so broad that by the time he 
was twelve he was ready for admission to Harvard. He graduated at the age 
of fifteen, the youngest member of his class and, with a single exception, the 
youngest person up to that time ever to receive a degree from Harvard 
College. Three years later he entered the Divinity School and in 1833 was 
called to the South Parish in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where he 
remained for a quarter of a century. In 1852 he took over the editorship of 
the North American Review, at that time the foremost literary periodical in the 
country. In the same year he received an honorary D.D. from Harvard and 
in 1860 was called to be Preacher to the University and Plummer Professor 
of Christian Morals, an office he held for the next twenty-one years. It was 
during this period that his popularity and influence permeated the uni- 
versity to such a degree that one of his memorialists could write, "No college 
officer was ever the recipient of such wealth of love from successive classes 
during so many years." 

A fund in Peabody's name was established by his daughter Caroline in 
1933, "the income to be used for the purchase of books for the University 
Library." The fund has been used to buy several incunabula over the years: 
Guillaume Tardif, Basis grammaticae cum commento (Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 
1472/74; no. 91); Albumasar, Introductorium in astronomiam (Augsburg, Rat- 
dolt, 7 February 1489; no. 623); and Julius Firmicus Maternus, De nativi- 
tatibus (Venice, Bevilaqua, 13 June 1497; no. 2526). 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY FRANK BREWER BEMIS 

Frank Brewer Bemis, a Boston investment broker, was one of the great 
American book collectors of the First third of the twentieth century. Rather 
than leaving his books to an institution, however, he directed that they be 
held in trust, to be sold after his death for the benefit of the Childrens' 
Hospital in Boston. Unfortunately, Bemis died at the depth of the Great 
Depression in 1935, not an ideal time for selling such books as a first folio of 
Shakespeare in the original binding, a Poe collection that included Tamer- 



62 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

lane, the first edition of Milton's Comus, the original manuscript of Keats's 
Lamia, and much more of like quality. His collection was therefore turned 
over to A. S. W. Rosenbach on consignment. For its further history and 
gradual dispersal the reader is referred to George T. Goodspeed, "The 
Bemis Leavings," The Book Collector 28 (1979): 401-10. 

Though not a Harvard graduate, Bemis left instructions that a fund be 
established in his name from his residuary estate "for the purchase of books 
for the library, preferring that the books so purchased shall be of a character 
adapted to broadening interest in general literature rather than technical 
subjects." While only four incunabula have been purchased with the Bemis 
fund, nine of the works recorded under Bemis's name in the provenance 
index are represented in a single magnificent volume from his library (see 
nos. 503-14) that was purchased by W. K. Richardson and bequeathed to 
Harvard. This is the famous collective volume printed by Giinther Zainer in 
Augsburg and furnished with an inserted printed table of contents. The 
volume includes the first edition of the Imitatio Christi. 



FUNDS ESTABLISHED BY 
DR. AND MRS. WILLIAM INGLIS MORSE 

William Inglis Morse, born in Nova Scotia in 1 874, received his education at 
Acadia University and later studied at the Episcopal Theological School in 
Cambridge. He was ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church in 1 90 1 and 
acted as assistant at St. John's, Stamford, Connecticut, and as rector of the 
Church of the Incarnation, Lynn, Massachusetts, between 1902 and 1930. 
He then retired to devote himself to research in Canadian history and to 
collecting in that field. While not a Harvard graduate, Morse became a good 
friend of the Library after he and his family moved to Cambridge, where in 
the late 1930s he made the acquaintance of William A. Jackson, at that time 
in charge of the Treasure Room in the Widener Library and later the first 
librarian of the Houghton Library. Learning of Morse's interest in 
Canadiana, Jackson began informing him of important items, manuscript 
and printed, that turned up in dealers' catalogues, and a close relationship 
developed that lasted until Morse's death. In 1943, in recognition of his 
many gifts to the Harvard Library, he was named honorary curator of Can- 
adian history and literature. In the same year Mrs. Morse established a fund 
in her husband's honor to be used for the purchase of Canadian material. 
In his will, Morse provided for a residuary bequest in memory of his wife, 
the income therefrom "to be used for the purchase of books and manuscripts 
for the Library of [Harvard] College." Morse strengthened the Harvard 
Canadiana collection enormously and in addition gave many first editions 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 63 

of scores by Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, the Strauss family, and other great 
musicians. We received only two incunabula from his own collection, 
Pseudo-Augustinus, Manuale (Strassburg, Printer of Henricus Ariminensis, 
ca. 1476; no. 112), and the Spanish translation of Bartholomaeus Anglicus, 
De proprietatibus rerum (Toulouse, Henricus Mayer, 18 September 1494; no. 
3845), but many more have been purchased with the Susan A. E. Morse 
fund; see the provenance index. 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY CARL TILDEN KELLER 

After graduating from Harvard in 1894, Carl Tilden Keller took a position 
with the young American Telephone 8c Telegraph Company and continued 
with its New England division for twenty years. He then decided on a career 
change and became a partner in the accounting firm of Lybrand, Ross Bros. 
& Montgomery, in which firm he remained until his retirement. Keller early 
became an ardent collector of Miguel Cervantes and in his fiftieth anni- 
versary class report (1944) could claim to have one of the largest collections 
of that author in the world, rivaled only by a few in Spain itself. He grad- 
ually transferred ownership to Harvard, where it constitutes one of the great 
author collections in the Houghton Library. After his death in 1955, a fund 
was established under the provisions of Keller's will, the income of which he 
specified should be used "for the purchase and maintenance of books which 
in the opinion of the Director of the Harvard College Library have special 
value and which the University would not be in a position to acquire and 
maintain if there were no such fund." Among the incunabula acquired by 
use of the Keller fund are the Venice 1471 edition of Cicero's De natura 
deorum and other works (the Gaignat-La Valliere copy; no. 1522); the Milan 
1488 edition of Thomas Aquinas's Opuscula (no. 3095); and the ca. 1488/91 
Memmingen edition of Johannes Fabri's Planctus ruinae ecclesiae, with its 
mixture of Latin and German verse (no. S-980A). 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY GEORGE LUTHER LINCOLN 

George Luther Lincoln had to withdraw from college for a year because of 
an eye injury that seriously affected his sight, so that he did not receive his 
A.B. until 1896; but he always insisted that his name be kept on the rolls of 
the class of 1895. After earning an AM. in 1897, he accepted teaching posts 
in California and Kansas before returning to Harvard as an instructor in 
Romance languages in 1905. He continued teaching at Harvard until a 
coronary thrombosis forced him to retire in 1939. Lincoln was widely 



64 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

traveled and on his frequent trips to Europe developed good relations with 
book dealers, who over the years helped him build up a substantial collection 
of French, Italian, and Spanish literature. After the opening of the Hough- 
ton Library in 1942, Lincoln became a good friend of William A. Jackson, the 
librarian, who not infrequently turned to him for help in acquiring a book 
in which he knew Lincoln would be interested. On Lincoln's death in 1963 
his library was left to Harvard, and many of the rarer books came to 
Houghton, among them a couple of incunabula, the Historia Alexandri Magni 
(Strassburg, Printer of the 1483 Jordanus, 26 May 1494; no. 254) and 
Jacobus de Voragine, Legenda aurea (Hagenau, Heinrich Gran, 1497; no. S- 
1080A). More importantly, Lincoln left instructions for setting up a 
substantial fund, "the income of which is to be used for the purchase of rare 
books and manuscripts" — unfortunately, there was an additional clause — 
"and for other library purposes." Unfortunately indeed, for at a later time 
of financial stringency at Harvard the dean of the faculty of arts and sciences 
fastened upon that clause to justify his diverting income from the fund to the 
payment of salaries. This was a blow still being felt at Houghton, for the 
Lincoln was that rara avis, an unrestricted fund, and could be (and was, for 
as long as it was possible) used for the acquisition of rare material in any field 
and of any period. 



FUND ESTABLISHED BY HERMON DUNLAP SMITH 

In the 25th anniversary report of his class of 1921 Smith wrote: 

I have found a pleasant diversion in collecting books on early 
Middle Western travel, and maps of the Great Lakes area. This 
started . . . when I picked up Morris Birkbeck's Notes on a Journey 
in America, Dublin, 1818, in a second-hand bookshop. This was 
something like the drunkard's first taste of whiskey, and it has led 
me into both a lot of trouble and a lot of fun. 

Smith's business firm was Marsh & McLennan, Inc., the largest insurance 
brokerage firm in the world. He was the recipient of many honors and 
awards and was for a while president of the Newberry Library in Chicago 
and a trustee of the University of Chicago. He was also a member of the 
Harvard Board of Overseers and a member of the Harvard Library Visiting 
Committee. In this connection it may be of interest to point out that this 
system of committees appointed to visit and evaluate the various parts of the 
university goes back a long way. The one appointed to visit the Library in 
1859 prefaced its report in terms the validity of which has not been diluted 
by the passage of more than a century: 



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Important as are all the parts of this extensive and various 
outward apparatus of learning, the present condition of which the 
Committee were appointed to ascertain on the part of the 
Overseers, the chief interest centres in the priceless collection in 
Gore Hall, the general Library of the University. The earliest 
library in the country, coeval with the Commonwealth, and as yet 
hardly surpassed in size by any other in the United States, it 
consecrates the University to the cause of learning far beyond all 
other influences. It is the most valuable of her outward posses- 
sions, and the immediate nutriment of her inward life. All other 
influences are affected by this, the sun of the system. 

A fund in Smith's name was established in 1984, the income to be used for 
the purchase of books and maps for the Houghton Library. Four incunabula 
have so far been purchased with it, including a volume bought to replace 
one lost in the fire of 1764 (see no. 3815). 



Current Policy 

It remains to say a word about current acquisition policy as it relates to 
buying incunabula to add to the collection in the Houghton Library. 
Budgetary considerations, while primary, are not the only ones that apply 
to that policy. The Harvard Library serves a world-renowned university in 
which teaching and research, both immediate and long term, are pursued 
in many different fields of scholarship. The Library curators responsible for 
building book collections have necessarily to take a long view. They must be 
concerned not only with providing material for the faculty and students of 
their own time but for those generations yet unborn who will look to 
Harvard University and its Library for the training that will enable them to 
enter the fellowship of educated men and women. We need only remember 
how much of the present greatness of the Library is owed to our eighteenth- 
and nineteenth-century predecessors— faculty, librarians, donors of collec- 
tions, establishes of funds — to realize how weighty an obligation rests upon 
their successors in every generation to maintain and increase that greatness. 
The utmost care and discrimination must therefore be exercised in seeing 
that books and manuscripts now being added to the shelves of the Library 
have the potential to serve present and future scholarly needs — something 
not always easy to determine, for what may be considered trash by one man 
may be another's treasure. 

From the time he was called to Harvard to take charge of the Treasure 
Room in 1938 (and four years later to become the first librarian of the newly 



66 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

opened Houghton Rare Book Library) until his death in October 1964, 
William A. Jackson was mainly responsible for deciding which rare books 
and manuscripts should be added to the collections. His friend and col- 
league Philip Hofer, curator of the Department of Printing and Graphic 
Arts, who was called to Harvard at the same time as Jackson, did much of his 
own selecting, most of it at his own expense, but there was always a close and 
familial collaboration between the two men. Both Jackson and Hofer had a 
keen eye for quality and a sense for what was important in their respective 
fields; they were also fully aware of the obligation hinted at above to 
maintain the high standards of their predecessors. Their discriminating 
choice of what to buy can be clearly traced in the series of annual reports of 
acquisitions that Jackson continued to write throughout his Harvard career. 
Large sections of those reports had to deal not with purchases but with gifts, 
for Jackson had the great ability to attract important donations of both books 
and money. One has only to review what has been written in this history 
about such collectors as Davenport Brown, David P. Wheatland, William K. 
Richardson, Harrison D. Horblit, Ward M. Canaday, Imrie de Vegh — to 
name only a few — to realize how influential Jackson was in persuading these 
men to direct their collections to Harvard. Not for nothing was Jackson 
termed "the Grand Acquisitor" in the citation of the honorary degree 
Harvard bestowed upon him in 1964. 

When Jackson died, William H. Bond was named his successor as 
librarian of the Houghton Library, and one of his First acts was to call Roger 
E. Stoddard from Brown to be his assistant and to be chiefly responsible for 
acquisitions — a wise appointment that the Library continues to benefit from 
today. As for current acquisition policy as it relates to incunabula, this is 
largely a continuation of the one established by Jackson during his twenty- 
six years as head of Houghton: no incunable is ever bought simply because 
it was printed before 1501; other considerations, not least qualitative, 
necessarily enter in. Over the past thirty years (a long enough time to be 
representative) a total of fifty-six incunabula have been purchased with funds 
available in the Houghton Library (no account need be given of the far 
larger number of incunabula received as gifts). Of this group nine were 
acquired simply because they became readily available from the American 
Antiquarian Society, which was weeding its shelves of books outside its 
collecting scope, and the prices were nominal. Eleven were bought with 
funds — Friedman and Lincoln — no longer available for Houghton's use (see 
pp. 46 and 64). Five could be bought with funds provided by the Friends of 
the Harvard College Library and reserved for important but expensive 
items that the Library could not otherwise afford: a four-volume set of 
Froissart's Chroniques (no. 3634); Faber de Werdea's Proverbia metrica in a 
combination of Latin and German, added to Harvard's strong proverb 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 67 

collection (no. 1029); the first edition of the Donatio Constantini, an extremely 
rare little book and of great importance in the history of the papacy and the 
Reformation (no. 1041); a breviary containing printed calligraphic initials 
with elaborate ascenders and descenders, an unusual printing phenomenon 
(no. 123 1); and Directorium statuum, unique in being filled with MS extracts 
from a number of sources and authors (for a full description, see no. 292). 
One illustrated incunable (no. 801) was bought with the Osgood Hooker 
fund, restricted to purchases for the Department of Printing and Graphic 
Arts; another (no. 3873), from the library of William Morris, with a leaf of his 
MS notes inserted, was bought with the H. S. Howe fund, designated for 
books of association interest; another (no. 3620) with the P. P. F. Degrand 
fund, restricted to French works on the exact sciences. The remainder, 
amounting to half the total, were acquired by the use of five less restricted 
funds: Duplicate (built up, as the name suggests, by the sale of duplicates), 
C. T. Keller, Amy Lowell, S. A. E. Morse, and H. D. Smith. 

A brief description of some of the books represented by these purchases 
will indicate a few of the criteria used in their selection. One volume (no. 
346) is of particular interest for the history of Eastern Europe, a field in 
which, thanks to the Riant Collection (see pp. 13-19), we are especially 
strong; another represents Harvard's sole example of printing in the Dutch 
city of Delft (no. 3870); another, printed in 1474, contains references to 
Johannes Gutenberg and to printing at Mainz (no. 1323); yet another was 
printed by the rarely encountered Johannes de Vollenhoe of Zwolle, whose 
very existence has been denied by some (no. 3902); another is a broadside 
containing a papal bull canonizing St. Leopold, which has only survived by 
the accident of having been used to stiffen a binding (no. S-978A); another 
and even more interesting broadside from the bibliographical point of view 
(no. 3748) contains four separate settings of an unrecorded papal 
indulgence, obviously intended to be cut apart but surviving intact by the 
same accident of the entire sheet having been used in a binding. Other 
incunabula were acquired for being of interest in the literary output of their 
authors — neo-Latin writers such as Baptista Mantuanus, Jacobus Wim- 
pheling, Gregorius Tifernas, Publius Faustus Andrelinus, and others. One 
incunable (no. 3815) was bought as a replacement for a copy lost in the fire 
of 1764. Only rarely is an exceptional bookbinding bought to expand our 
collection for teaching purposes (see no. 3095, from the library of J. R. 
Abbey). 

This will perhaps be sufficient to show that when it is possible (and 
when funds are available) Harvard is concerned to add to collections in 
which it is already strong — neo-Latin and vernacular literature and history, 
illustrated books, bibliography, practices of the early printers, and the like. 
If it had more unrestricted money to spend, it could do much more than it 



68 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

now can; but the income from book funds is not fully indexed to inflation, 
with the result that less and less money tends to be available for the purchase 
of rare books as their prices rise. So in buying incunabula Harvard has to 
weigh pros against cons very carefully. As the old saw has it, it must cut its 
coat according to its cloth. 



Incunabula at the Francis A. Countway 
Library of Medicine 

The largest collection of incunabula outside the central core at the 
Houghton Library at Harvard is that at the Francis A. Countway Library of 
Medicine, located on the Longwood campus of the Harvard Medical School 
in Boston. Numbering over eight hundred, this collection of medical incuna- 
bula ranks as one of the most important in the world and contains some of 
the greatest rarities. 

The Countway Library itself, built in 1964-1965, was formed by 
combining the libraries of the Harvard Medical School and the Boston 
Medical Library. The Medical School, though it had a nominal connection 
to the university as early as 1 783, did not become an integral part of it until 
1869 when Charles W. Eliot was named president of Harvard. Medical 
education in the United States at that time was badly in need of improve- 
ment, and Eliot was blunt in saying so: "The ignorance and general 
incompetency of the average graduate of American Medical Schools," he 
wrote, "at the time when he receives the degree which turns him loose upon 
the community, is something horrible to contemplate." The new president 
lost no time in instituting measures to remedy the situation, and though he 
encountered opposition from entrenched conservatives, he soon succeeded 
in raising standards for admission to the Medical School and for improving 
the quality of instruction given to those admitted. 

Like all the Harvard libraries, that of the Medical School had small 
beginnings. Its growth was not rapid, largely because the Boston Medical 
Library, an independent institution dating back to the early years of the 
nineteenth century, made its extensive holdings available to students and 
teachers alike. What this meant in practical terms can be seen by the fact that 
by 1900 the Harvard Medical School Library could boast a total of only 
2,240 volumes. With the passage of time, however, and the increase of 
knowledge in the medical sciences made possible by improved tools and 
methods of research, this arrangement with the Boston Medical Library 
became less and less convenient for both institutions, with the result that 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 69 

small departmental libraries began to be formed in the buildings of the 
Medical School. This necessarily involved duplication of books and 
periodicals on a fairly extensive scale and was soon perceived to be wasteful 
of both space and money, neither of which were in plentiful supply for either 
library. As early as 1913 Archibald Cary Coolidge, the great director of the 
Harvard University Library, proposed a merger of the library of the 
Harvard Medical School and the Boston Medical Library, but opposition to 
the proposal was great, and the idea was dropped. It did not wholly die, 
however, but kept cropping up periodically over the next forty years, during 
which time the Medical School Library increased in size and importance 
while the Boston Medical Library, for all the greatness of its collections, was 
finding it increasingly difficult to justify maintaining a separate existence 
alongside another collection of medical books in a relatively small 
geographic area of Boston. Both institutions came to realize that joining 
forces would have great advantages for each, and in 1960 a covenant of 
union was signed that guaranteed the autonomy of the Boston Medical 
Library, its right to manage its own funds, and its ownership of its 
collections. For its part, Harvard agreed to build, furnish, and maintain the 
Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine in which the holdings of the two 
institutions would be intershelved to form one of the great medical libraries 
of the western hemisphere. In this catalogue no attempt has been made to 
distinguish the two properties, both of which are recorded by the simple 
designation "Countway Library" — though the added notation "(William 
Norton Bullard Collection)" indicates the ownership of the Boston Medical 
Library. 

The collector whose name is inseparably linked with the Boston Medical 
Library holdings, not only of incunabula but of books and manuscripts of 
other periods as well, is that of William Norton Bullard. Graduating from 
Harvard with the class of 1875, he enrolled in the Harvard Medical School 
in the same year and received his M.D. in 1880. He served as medical intern 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital in 1879-1880 and in July 1882 was 
named district physician to the Boston Dispensary. He was a specialist in 
neurology and practiced in Boston from 1882 until his early retirement 
because of poor health in 1902. As a book collector, Bullard concentrated on 
incunabula, gradually at first and eventually exclusively. His success can be 
judged by a glance at the provenance index at the end of this volume. His 
first gift of an incunable to the Boston Medical Library was in 1910. On his 
death in 1931 he bequeathed to the same institution all his incunabula, his 
personal medical library, and the sum of $50,000, of which the income and 
up to half the principal were designated for the purchase of books and 
manuscripts antedating 1700. 



70 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

Incunabula at the Harvard Law Library 

On 14 May 1817 Isaac Parker (H 1786), Royall Professor in Harvard College 
and chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, laid before 
the Harvard Corporation a plan for a law school. It was promptly adopted, 
and Asahel Stearns (H 1797) was appointed University Professor of Law with 
the mandate to open and keep a school in which students could follow a set 
course of study, hear lectures, and be examined for a degree in law. Thus 
was founded the oldest of the existing law schools in the United States. 

Like all fledgling institutions, the Harvard Law School started out on 
a small scale, and nowhere is this clearer than in its Library. Although in its 
first year of organization the not inconsiderable sum of $681 was spent on 
books, early growth was slow and probably as much by donation as purchase. 
A catalogue published in 1826 contained 763 titles, of which some were 
marked with an asterisk to indicate that they were a part of the College 
Library; another, compiled by Charles Sumner in 1834, who also figures in 
these pages as a collector (see p. 8), listed more than 3,500; and by 1847 the 
Library had grown to 12,000 volumes. The expenditure for books from 1817 
to 1846 was stated by the treasurer to have been $32,493.87, or a little over 
$1,100 a year. Then came a period of neglect during which the Library was 
not kept up, and many books were lost by inadequate oversight of the 
shelves and reading room. 

In 1872 John Himes Arnold was appointed the first permanent 
librarian of the Law School. He continued in that position for the next forty 
years, and it was under his administration that the foundation was laid for 
Harvard's preeminence among the law libraries of the world. Describing his 
achievement in 1930, Roscoe Pound, at that time dean of the Law School, 
wrote: 

It tells little of his achievement to record the bare fact that the 
Library grew from 15,000 volumes to 150,000. He set out to make 
a complete collection of the legal materials of the English-speaking 
world, and, buying with sure judgment and searching for the 
books which he required in out-of-the-way places, at a time when 
there were few competitors in the field, was able to realize his 
ambition. 

Arnold made a number of book-hunting tours abroad during his tenure and 
succeeded in building the collection of English common law to a point where 
it had no rivals in this country or, very likely, in the world. The collection of 
civil and foreign law was likewise attended to, with equally good results. 

Benefactors of the Law Library in its early days were not as numerous 
as those of the College Library, but of course the alumni of the Law School 



HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 71 

at that time were far fewer than those of the College. But the names of 
Christopher Gore (H 1776; see no. 3856), Joseph Story (H 1798), Nathan 
Dane (H 1778), and Samuel Livermore (H 1804) are recorded with 
gratitude for their gifts. In 1903 Edward James Drifton Coxe gave the 
library of his father, Brinton Coxe, consisting of 3,225 volumes of English, 
American, Roman, and canon law, the largest and most valuable gift of books 
received up to that time; and in the same year Learned Hand (H 1893) gave 
1,421 volumes from the library of his father, Samuel Hand, associate judge 
of the Court of Appeals. From that time on gifts of both books and money 
continued to improve the holdings of the Library and to increase its pur- 
chasing power. 

In 1912 the great collection of some fourteen thousand books on public 
international law collected by the Marquis de Olivart of Madrid was put up 
for sale, but at the same time there was an apparently well founded rumor 
that the Spanish Cortes was considering a measure to prohibit the exporta- 
tion of great libraries and collections of books out of Spain. Quick action on 
the part of the Law Library's agents resulted in the Olivart collection being 
boxed up and shipped to France before such a measure could be enacted. 
It soon arrived in Cambridge and now forms an important part of the collec- 
tion of international law. 

Avery important collection of manuscripts and printed books of English 
law from the beginning of written record to the seventeenth century, formed 
by George Dunn of Woolly Hall, near Maidenhead, 25 miles west of London, 
was to be put up for auction in 1913. This comprised the first 355 lots of the 
684 listed in the Sotheby sale catalogue of 1 1-14 February. The law books 
were to be offered together as one lot, but if the reserve price, estimated at 
between £3,500 and £4,000, were not realized, each lot was to be sold 
separately. That amount of money, approaching $20,000 at the exchange 
rate of the day, was not readily available for the purchase of books, but Law 
School Professors Joseph H. Beale and Roscoe Pound, realizing the im- 
portance of the collection and the desirability of its being kept together, took 
it upon themselves to raise about $10,000 in less than a month. Their efforts 
were successful, and the Dunn law books were secured for Harvard for 
£3,750 ($18,750). Although by far the greater part of the collection com- 
prised sixteenth-century books, ten of the English incunabula recorded in 
this catalogue come from the Dunn library. Dunn did not restrict himself to 
law, however, as a glance at the provenance index will show. The second and 
third portions of his library were sold at Sotheby's in February 1914 and 
November 1917; these were described by the auctioneers as "early manu- 
scripts and printed books and old bindings" and included many continental 
incunabula. 

A much more extensive collection of incunabula came to the Law Li- 
brary with the acquisition of the "Staats- und Rechtswissenschaften" portion 



72 HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION 

of the great library formed by the counts and princes of Stolberg- 
Wernigerode in the Harz Mountains. This library, in existence for almost 
four hundred years, numbered about 125,000 volumes; but the ruinous 
German inflation in the 1920s after World War I, and subsequent financial 
reverses, forced the Stolberg family to close it down and look for purchasers 
in the 1930s. Too large for any single individual or institutional purchaser, 
it was divided into several sections, of which the Law Library in April of 1932 
acquired the legal portion described above. This comprised about a tenth of 
the whole, or some 12,500 volumes and pamphlets. A total of 63 incunabula 
were included in the collection, among them no fewer than twelve editions 
of the commentaries of Bartolus de Saxoferrato on the various parts of the 
Corpus iuris civilis, four editions of the Corpus itself, three of Eike von 
Repgow's Sachsenspiegel, and a great many other works of civil and canon 
law, many of great rarity. Taken all together, the Stolberg- Wernigerode 
collection is one of the most important ever acquired by the Harvard Law 
Library. 

The years of World War II and the period immediately following, while 
a tragedy in human terms and devastating to the economies of Europe, did 
provide an opportunity for the Law Library nearly to double its holdings of 
incunabula. During the period 1939-1953 a total of 266 fifteenth-century 
books were acquired, the larger part after the Bretton Woods Monetary 
Conference of 1 944 had stabilized the rates at which currencies were to be 
exchanged. Naturally enough, considering the relative conditions of the 
United States and Europe, this agreement favored the strong American 
dollar against the weaker European currencies and enabled the Library to 
purchase books at prices one can only sigh to contemplate today. In 1939, 
before the war had begun in earnest and while lines of communication 
between the United States and Europe were still open, a total of 28 
incunabula were acquired, many from Maggs, Rosenthal, and other Euro- 
pean dealers. In 1940 the number fell to 10, in 1941 to 1, and in 1942, the 
peak of the German U-boat activity in the Atlantic, none. Things began to 
look up slightly in 1943, when a half-dozen incunabula were received, and 
in 1 944, with the outlook for victory beginning to improve, the number 
jumped to 36, many bought from American firms such as Lathrop Harper 
and the recently established H. P. Kraus. In 1945, with the defeat of both the 
Axis powers and Japan and the gradual reestablishment of European 
connections, no fewer than 46 incunabula came in to the Law Library. That 
was the high point, but the rate of acquisition of fifteenth-century books 
continued high during the post-war period, gradually falling off as prices 
began their inexorable rise. Acdvity on the part of the Law Library curators 
continues, however, as is obvious from the 1986 acquisition of one of the 
foundation stones of an English legal collection, Sir Thomas Littleton's 
Tenores novelli (London, John Lettou and William de Machlinia, 1482; no. 
4002). 



Index to the Brief History 



Abbot, Ezra, 6-7 
Agassiz, Louis, 7 
Arnold, John Himes, 70 
Ashburner, Walter, 33 
Ashhurst, Richard, 23 
Baker, Walter, 55 
Bayard, Richard Henry, 25 
Beale, Joseph Henry, 71 
Bemis, Frank Brewer, 61-62 
Bentinck-Smith, William, 48-49 
Blake, Robert Pierpont, 34 
Bond, William Henry, 66 
Boston Medical Library, 68-69 
Bowie, R. H. Bayard, 21-24 
Bowie, Richard Ashhurst, 21-25 
Brandegee, Edward Deshon, 22- 24 
Brandegee, Mary Bryant (Pratt) 

Sprague, 22-25 
Brewer, Joseph, 53 
Brown, Davenport, 37-38, 66 
Bullard, William Norton, 69 
Byrne, James, 32 

Canaday, Ward Murphey, 43-44, 66 
Chaffee, Emory Leon, 38 



Child, Francis James, 8, 58 
Constantius the Sinaite, 54 
Coolidge, Archibald Cary, 14-18, 

28,33,69 
Coolidge, Joseph Randolph, 14-18 
Copeland, Charles Townsend, 58 
Copinger, Walter Arthur, 3 1 
Countway Library of the Harvard 

Medical School, 68-69 
Coxe, Brinton, 71 
Coxe, Edward James Drifton, 71 
Currier, Thomas Franklin, 34 
Cutting, William Bayard, Jr., 56 
Dane, Nathan, 71 

Degrand, Peter Paul Francis, 58-59 
Douglas, James, 26 
Dunn, George, 71 
Eliot, Charles William, 20, 58, 68 
Fearing, Daniel Butler, 26, 28-29 
Fobes, Francis Howard, 44 
Forbes, Edward Waldo, 33 
Friedman, Lee Max, 45-46 
Friends of the Harvard College Li- 
brary, 66 



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INDEX TO THE HISTORY 



Fulton, John, 39 

Gentili di Giuseppe, F., 43 

Gore, Christopher, 71 

Gore Hall, 10-11, 21, 28-29, 65 

Green, James, 25 

Greenwood, Francis William Pitt, 4 

Gulick, Charles Burton, 54-55 

Hall, Edward Henry, 57 

Hand, Learned, 71 

Hand, Samuel, 71 

Harvard, John, 1-2 

Harvard Law Library, 70-72 

Hofer, Philip, 43, 48-49, 66 

Hollis, Thomas, 3 

Horblit, Harrison David, 41-42, 66 

Howland, Silas Wilder, 37 

Hunnewell, James, 30 

Hunnewell, James Frothingham, 

30-31 
Hunnewell, James Melville, 30-31 
Jackson, George Schiinemann, 60 
Jackson, William Alexander, 38, 43, 

49, 62, 64, 66 
James, William, 28 
Jarvis, Edward, 6 
Johnson, Samuel, 26 
Keller, Carl Tilden, 63 
Kittredge, George Lyman, 57-58 
Lane, William Coolidge, 14-19, 21- 

24,33 
Lawrence, John Strachan, 33 
Leverett, George Vasmer, 30 
Lewis, Winslow, 1 1-12 
Lincoln, George Luther, 63-64 
Littauer, Lucius Nathan, 35-36 
Livermore, George, 5 
Livermore, Samuel, 71 
Lowell, Abbott Lawrence, 28 
Lowell, James Russell, 8 
Metcalf, Keyes DeWitt, 49 
Minot, Charles, 8, 51-52 



Morgan, Morris Hicky, 21, 25-26, 

29 
Morse, Susan Alice (Ensign), 62-63 
Morse, William Inglis, 62-63 
Mortimer, Ruth, 48 
Murray, Charles Fairfax, 33 
Nash, Bennett Hubbard, 60 
Newman, Henry Roderick, 32 
Norton, Charles Eliot, 19-21, 45 
Olivart, Ramon de Dalmau y de 

Olivart, marques de, 7 1 
Paine, Martyn, 12-13 
Paine, Robert Troup, 12-13 
Palha, Fernando, 34 
Palmer, Thomas, 3-4 
Parker, Isaac, 70 
Peabody, Andrew Preston, 61 
Peirce, Charles Sanders, 28 
Penrose, Boies, II, 42-43 
Penrose, Charles Bingham Boies, 

43 
Phillipps, Sir Thomas, 1 1 
Picard, Alphonse, 13-19 
Pierce, Henry Lillie, 8, 55 
Potter, Alfred Claghorn, 2, 14, 34 
Potter, Murray Anthony, 36 
Pound, Roscoe, 70-71 
Pulsifer, Louis Warren, 1 6 
Riant, Paul, count, 13-19 
Rich, Obadiah, 4 
Richardson, William King, 40-41, 

62, 66 
Rosenbach, Abraham Simon Wolf, 

62 
Ross, Denman, 33 
Royce, Josiah, 28 
Ruskin,John, 32 
Sadler, Ann, 1 
Salem, Adriana, 43 
Salem, Rafael, 43 
Salisbury, Stephen, 49-5 1 



INDEX TO THE HISTORY 



75 



Schefer, Charles, 14 

Sibley, John Langdon, 5, 9-10, 12, 

51-52 
Smith, Hermon Dunlap, 64-65 
Smyth, Herbert Weir, 36-37 
Sophocles, Evangelinus Aposto- 

lides, 8, 53-55 
Sparks, Jared, 13 
Stearns, Asahel, 70 
Stetson, John Batterson, 34 
Stoddard, Roger Eliot, 66 
Stolberg-Wernigerode family, 71- 

72 
Story, Joseph, 71 
Sumner, Charles, 8-10, 70 



Thayer, William Sydney, 36 
Thorndike, Israel, 18 
Treat, John Harvey, 18, 56-57 
Vegh, Imrie de, 46-47, 66 
Walker, James, 8, 50, 52-53 
Waterton, Eadmond, 31 
Weld, William Fletcher, 24 
Weston, George Benson, 47-48 
Wheatland, David Pingree, 38-39, 

66 
White, Alain Campbell, 26-27 
Widener, Eleanor (Elkins), 27-28 
Widener, Harry Elkins, 27-28 
Winsor, Justin, 5, 13 
Wister, Owen, 58 



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Indices 



Author/Anonymous Titfe Irafe*: 



ABANO, PETRUS DE see Petrus de 
Abano 

Abbreviamentum Statutorum 
London, Lettou and William de 

Machlinia, ca. 1482, 4003 
London, Pynson, 9 October 

1499,4017 
London, Pynson, "9 October 

1499" [i.e., ca. 1503?], (4021b) 

Aben Ezra, Abraham see Abraham 
ben Ezra 

Abiosus, Johannes Baptista 
Dialogus in astrologiae defensionem 
Venice, Lapicida, 20 October 
1494, 2626A 
Trutina rerum caelestium et terres- 
trium 

Venice, Johannes Rubeus, after 5 
February 1498, 2228 

Abraham Ben Ezra 
De nativitatibus 



Venice, Ratdolt, 24 December 
1485, 1837, 1838 

Abraham Zacutus see Zacutus, 
Abraham 

Abstemius, Laurentius 
De quibusdam locis obscuris 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 
1494?, 2108 
Fabulae 

Venice, Tacuinus, 3 August 1495, 

2560 
— 1 June 1499, 2579 

Abu Ma'Shar see Albumasar 

Abudraham, David see David ben 
Joseph ben David Abudraham 

Abulcasis see Abulkasim 

Abulkasim 

Liber Servitoris de praeparatione 
medicinarum simplicium 
Venice, Jenson, 1471, 1557 



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AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Pavia, Franciscus de Sancto 
Petro, 1478 or 1479, 3454 

Accoltis, Franciscus de 
Super secunda parte Infortiati 
Milan, Printer of Barbatia, Con- 
silia, 29 October 1492, 3155 
Super secundo libro Decretalium 
Pavia, Bernardinus and Ambro- 
sius de Rovellis, 9 September 
1496,3471 

Accursius, Bonus 
Plautina dicta memoratu digna 
Milan, Accursius, ca. 1478, 3104 

Accursius, Franciscus 
Casus longi super Digesto novo 
Lyons, Siber, ca. 1490/93, 3756 
Freiburg im Breisgau, Piscator, 
ca. 1494, 1090 
Casus in terminis super Codice see 
Tuscus, Vivianus {and see Fried- 
rich Carl von Savigny, Geschichte 
des romischen Rechts im Mittelalter 5 
[Heidelberg, 1850]: 339-40 and 
348-49) 

Accursius, Guillelmus 
Casus longi super Institutis 

Strassburg, Priiss, ca. 1488/93, S- 

195A 
Freiburg im Breisgau, Piscator, 

ca. 1494, 1091 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
ca. 1498/99,264 

Achilunus, Alexander 
De orbibus 

Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, 7 August 1498, 3238 
Quodlibeta de intelligentiis 

Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, after 1 June 1494, 3228 



Adam 

Vita Adae et Evae 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1487, 1405 

Adam, Magister 
Summula 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
18 July 1500,467 

Aderlassbuchlein 

Strassburg, Eponymous printer, 
ca. 1486/88?, 269 

Adrianus Carthusiensis 
De remediis utriusque fortunae 
Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 318 

Aegidii, Guillelmus 
Super caelestium motuum indagine 
Cremona, Carolus de Darleriis, 
14 February 1494/5, 3388 

AEGIDIUS ASSISIENSIS 
Aurea verba [Italian] 

Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1493, 
3000 

AEGIDIUS (Columna) Romanus see 
Columna, Aegidius 

AEGIDIUS CORBOLIENSIS 
De pulsibus 

Padua, Cerdonis, January 1484, 
2822 
De urinarum iudiciis 

Padua, Cerdonis, 12 July 1483, 
2821 
De urinis et pulsibus 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 16 
February 1494/5, 2606 

AEGIDIUS SUCHTELENSIS 
Elegantiarum viginti praecepta see 
Elegantiarum viginti praecepta 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



111 



Aelian us Tactic us 
De instruendis aciebus 

Rome, Silber, 15 February 1487, 

1443 {see also Scriptores rei 

militaris) 

Aemilianus, Quintius 
Historia beati Simonis Tridentini 
Vienna, Winterburger, ca. 1493, 
1273 

AEMILIUS Probus see Nepos, Cor- 
nelius 

Aesopus 
Fabulae 

Verona, Alvise, 26 June 1479, 

3372 
Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 

24 December [between 1488 

and 1492], 3885 
Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), 23 March 1489, 432 
Deventer, Jacobus de Breda 

(second press), between 9 Au- 
gust 1490 and 20 December 

1491,3895 
Poitiers, Bouyer, ca. 1490, 3854 
Venice, Manfredus de Bonellis, 

31 January 1491/2,2480 
— 17 August 1493, 2482 
Deventer, Jacobus de Breda 

(second press), 30 July 1494, 

3896 
Hagenau, Gran, 1494, 1075 
Rouen, Le Forestier, ca. 1495/ 

1500?, 3861 
Strassburg, Priiss, ca. 1505, 

(216a) 
Fabulae selectae 

Reggio Emilia, Dionysius Berto- 

chus, 1497,3549 
Vita Aesopi 

Venice, Manfredus de Bonellis, 

27 March 1492, 2481 



Vita Aesopi et Aesopus moralisatus 
[Latin-Italian] 

Naples, Francesco del Tuppo, 13 
February 1485,3283 
Vita et Fabulae [Latin] 

Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 4 

September 1480, 3048 
Augsburg, Sorg, ca. 1480, 568 

— [Greek] 

Venice, Pelusius, Bracius, Bis- 
solus, and Mangius, 1498?, 
2740 

Agenda Pataviensis 

Passau, Petri, 31 July 1490, 1001 

Alanus de Insulis 
De maximis theologiae 

Basel, Wolff von Pforzheim, 
1492, 1230 
Doctrinale altum, seu Liber para- 
bolarum 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
ca. 1490, 437 

— [Latin and German] 

Leipzig, Kachelofen, ca. 1490, 
1009 

Albericus de Maletis 
De testibus 

Milan, Printer of Barbatia, Con- 

silia, 25 February 1494, S- 

3155A 

Albericus de Rosate 
Lectura super Codice 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 1 
March-28 July 1492,3124 
Super prima parte Digesti veteris 
Reggio Emilia, Portilia, 1 2 Janu- 
ary 1484,3539 

Albertanus Causidicus Brix- 

iensis 
De arte loquendi et tacendi 

Basel, Flach, ca. 1472, 1145 



112 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Alberti, Johannes Michael 

De omnibus ingeniis augendae 

memoriae 

Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dicts, 24 January 1491, 3204 

Alberti, Leon Battista 
De re aedificatoria 

Florence, Laurentii, 29 Decem- 
ber 1485, 2855, 2856, 2857, 
2858 
Delia repubblica, della vita civile e 
rusticana, e della fortuna 
Florence, Unassigned, ca. 1525, 
(3035d) 
Ecatomfilea 

Venice, Bernardinus de Choris, 
May 1491,2372 

Albertus Magnus 
De anima 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 7 
November 1494, 1996, 1997, 
1998 
De animalibus 

Mantua, Paulus de Butzbach, 12 

January 1479,3339 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
21 May 1495, 2009, 2010, 
2011 
De caelo et mundo 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 

18 November 1490, 1971 
— 6 July 1495, 2019, 2020, 2021 
De generatione et corruptione 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
10 June 1495, 2012, 2013, 
2014,2015 
De meteoris 

Venice, Novimagio, 24 May 

1488, 1724 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
25 February 1494/5, 2006, 
2007, 2008 



De mineralibus 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
22 June 1495, 2016, 2017, 
2018 
De muliere forti 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
7 May 1499, 463 
De mysterio missae 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
29 May 1473,879, 880 
De natura et immortalitate animae 
Nuremberg, Hochfeder, 27 June 
1493,820,821 
Legenda see Rudolphus de Novi- 
magio 
Liber de homine see Manfredis, Hie- 

ronymus de 
Logica 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
15 June-27 September 1494, 
1994, 1995 

— 25 February 1494/5, 2006, 
2007, 2008 

Metaphysica 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
18 December 1494, 1999, 
2000,2001 
Physica 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 8 
January 1488/9, 1968 

— 31 January 1494/5, 2002, 
2003,2004,2005 

Scriptum in quattuor libros Sen- 
tentiarum 

Lyons [i.e., Basel], Siber [i.e., 
Jacobus Wolff], 1506, (3761a) 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
not after 1478,897 

— ca. 1478/80,902 
Summa de creaturis 

Venice, Simon de Luere, 19 De- 
cember 1498-16 February 
1498/9,2726,2727 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



113 



Summa de eucharistiae sacramento 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
1474,884 

Albertus Magnus, Pseudo- 
Ars intelligendi, docendi et prae- 
dicandi res spirituales 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
ca. 1478/80, 900, 901 
Ars moriendi see Ars moriendi 
Compendium theologicae veritatis 
Venice, Arnoldus, 5 April 1476, 

1632 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 

not after 1481,907 
Strassburg, Schott, not before 

1481, 143, 144 
Venice, Dalmatinus and Bri- 
tannicus, 1 April 1483, 2068 
Venice, Gabriel de Grassis, 14 

June 1485, 1957 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 3 1 
July 1500,2505 
De adhaerendo Deo 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 

1473,881 
Urach, Fyner, 1481?, S-991A 
De duabus sapientiis 

Nuremberg, Hochfeder, ca. 
1493,824,825 
De laudibus Mariae 

Strassburg, Mentelin, not after 

1473, 59 
Strassburg, Flach, 1493, 280 
De mirabilibus mundi 

Venice, Florentius de Argentina, 
ca. 1472, 1626 
Liber aggregationis 

Rome, Plannck, not before 1480, 
1383 
Mariale 

Strassburg, Mentelin, not after 

1473, 60 
Basel, Wenssler, not after 1474, 
1110, 1111 



Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 17 

April 1488, 3115, 3116 
Paradisus animae 

Strassburg, Flach, 10 July 1498, 

286 
Philosophia pauperum 

Toulouse, Henricus Mayer, ca. 

1480, 3843 
Brescia, Farfengus, 13 June 

1493,3428 
Secreta mulierum et virorum 

Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 

press), ca. 1483, 134 
Antwerp, Mathias van der Goes, 

between 1486 and 1491, 3932 
Speyer, Conrad Hist, ca. 1497, 

873 
Venice, Bevilaqua, "8 November 

1499" [i.e., after 1500?], 2544 
Sermones de eucharistiae sacra- 
mento 
Strassburg, Printer of the Casus 

breves Decretalium, ca. 1494, 300 

Albertus De Orlamunde 
Philosophia pauperum see Pseudo- 
Albertus Magnus (and see Glori- 
eux, Rep. 6:dl ; Kaeppeli 112; and 
Charles H. Lohr, "Medieval Ladn 
Aristotle Commentaries," Traditio 
23 [1967]: 345-48) 

Albertus de Padua 
Expositio evangeliorum 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
ca. 15 June 1480, 904, S-904 

Albertus de Saxonia 
De proportionibus 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 29 
January 1494/5, 2605 
Quaestiones in libros Aristotelis De 
caelo et mundo 

Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, 1 1 
May 1481,3440 



114 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Otinus de Luna, 9 June 
1497, 2708 
Quaestiones super Analytica post- 
eriora Aristotelis 
Venice, Locatellus, 9 March 
1497,2333 

Albicus Von Unicow 
Regimen hominis, siue Vetularius 
Leipzig, Marcus Brandis, 26 Aug- 
ust 1484, 1005 

Albinus Platonicus 
Disciplinarum Platonis epitome 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 24 Nov- 
ember 1472, 667 

Albo, Joseph see Joseph Albo 

Albrecht Von Scharfenberg 
Der jungere Titurel see Wolfram 
von Eschenbach, Pseudo- 
(According to Schorbach, this is 
an adaptation and continu- 
ation of Wolfram's Titurel, 
composed before 1272) 

Albucasis see Abulkasim 

Albumasar 

De magnis coniunctionibus 

Augsburg, Ratdolt, 31 March 
1489, 625 
Flores astrologiae 

Augsburg, Ratdolt, 18 November 

1488,618,619 
— 14 September 1495, 640 
Introductorium in astronomiam 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 7 February 
1489,623,624 

Alchabitius 
Liber isagogicus 

Venice, Ratdolt, 16 January 
1482, 1804 



— Before 4 November 1485, 
1831, 1832 

Alcinous see Albinus Platonicus 

Aldobrandino Da Siena 
Filosomia degli uomini 

Venice, Torresanus, after 1500, 
(1902a) 

Alexander VI, Pope 

Bulla, 20 December 1499 (Inter 

curas multiplices) 

London, Pynson, after 20 De- 
cember 1499,4018 

Alexander De Ales 
Summa universae theologiae 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 29 No- 
vember 1481-23 August 
1482, 686 
Pavia, Franciscus Girardengus 
and Birreta, 1 1 July-23 Dec- 
ember 1489, 3455 

ALEXANDER ANGLICUS see Alex- 
ander Carpentarius 

Alexander Aphrodisiensis 
De anima ex Aristotelis institutione 
Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 

13 September 1495, 3431, 

3432 

Alexander Aphrodisiensis, 

Pseudo- 
Problemata 

Venice, Strata, 24 November 
1488-3 January 1488/9, 1850 

Alexander Benedictus see Bene- 
dictus, Alexander 

Alexander Carpentarius 
Destructorium vitiorum 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



115 



Cologne, Quentell (first press), 6 
May 1480, 423 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 20 Sep- 
tember 1496, 751 

Alexander Magnus 
Historia Alexandri Magni 

Cologne, Printer of Dictys, ca. 

1472,363 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
14 October 1486, 233 

— 17 March 1489,237 

— 26 May 1494, 254, 255 

Alfonso De Cartagena see Alonso 
de Cartagena 

Alfonso X, The Wise, King of 

Castile and Leon 
Tabulae astronomicae 

Venice, Ratdolt, 4 July 1483, 

1816 
Venice, Hamann, 31 October 
1492,2231,2232 

Alfraganus 
Compilatio astronomica 

Ferrara, Belfortis, 3 September 
1493,2770,2771,2772 

ALLIACO, Petrus De see Petrus de 
Alliaco 

Almanac, 1470 [German] 
Augsburg, Zainer, 1469, 493 

Almanac, 1471 [German] 
Augsburg, Zainer, 1470, 495 

Almanac, 1472 [German] 

Augsburg, Schiissler, 1471, 531 

Almanac, 1476 [Latin] 

Augsburg, Zainer, 1475, 519 



Almanac, 1477 [German] 
Augsburg, Zainer, 1476, 524 

Almanac, 1478 [German] 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 1477, 770 

Almanac, 1481 [German] 

Augsburg, Blaubirer, 1480, 589 

Almanac, 1481 [Latin] 

Nuremberg, Printer of the 
Rochuslegende, 1480, 798 

Almanac, 1482 [Latin] 

Nuremberg, Printer of the Roch- 
uslegende, 1481,799 

Almanac, 1484 [German] see Angeli, 
Johannes 

Almanac, 1485 [German] 
Augsburg, Sorg, 1484, 571 

Almanac, 1485 [Latin] 
Passau, Petri, 1484,996 

Almanac, 1487 [German] 
Wurzburg, Reyser, 1486, 957 
Passau, Petri, 1486, 998 

Almanac, 1489 [German] 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
1488,913 

Almanac, 1491 [German] 

Nuremberg, Wagner, 1490, 805 

Almanac, 1492 [Latin] see Virdung, 
Johannes, and Faber de Budweis, 
Wenzel 

Almanac, 1494 [German] 

Nuremberg, Hochfeder, 1493, 
823 



116 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Almanac, 1494 [Latin] see Honiger, 
Jacobus 

Almanac, 1496 [German] 

Nuremberg, Hochfeder, 1495, 

827 

Almanac, 1496 [German] see 
Valentinus, Augustinian hermit 

Almanac, 1498 [German] see Vir- 
dung, Johannes 

Almanac, 1499 [German] 
Bamberg, Pfeyl, 1498,315 

Alonso De Cartagena 
Doctrinal de los caballeros 

Burgos, Biel, 20 June 1487, 3979 

Alphabetum Divini Amoris 
[German] 
Memmingen, Kunne, 1493, 984 

Alphonsus De Cartagena see 
Alonso de Cartagena 

Alphonsus De Spina 
Fortalitium fidei 

Basel, Richel, before 10 May 

1475, 1140 
Lyons, Balsarin, 22 May 1487, 
3772 

Alvarotus, Jacobus 
Super feudis 

Venice, Eponymous printer (Ro- 
man type), 10 July 1477, 1765 
Lyons, Philippi and Reinhart, 28 
April 1478, 3742 

Amadeus Derthonensis 
Ratio dierum et mensium 

Milan, Bonus, after 26 October 
1475, 3083 



Amaseus, Hieronymus 
Vaticinium 

Venice, Manutius, 20 September 
1499,2683,2684 

Ambrosius, Saint 
De officiis 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 319 
Rome, Lignamine (first press), 
1471, 1321 
— [and other works] 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 1 7 
January 1488,3113 
Epistolae [and other works] 

Milan, Zarotus, 1 February 1491, 
3070 
Expositio in evangelium S. Lucae 

Augsburg, Sorg, 1476, 561 
Hexameron 

Augsburg, Schussler, ca. 5 May 

1472, 534 
Cologne, Guldenschaff, ca. 1480, 
417 
Opera 

Basel, Amerbach, 1492, 1174, 
1175 

Ambrosius Autpertus 

De conflictu vitiorum et virtutum see 
Augustinus, Pseudo- {and cf. G. 
Morin, "Le Conflictus d'Ambroise 
Autpert et ses points d'attache 
avec la Baviere" in Revue Bene- 
dictine 27 [19 \0]:[204]-12) 

Ammonius Alexandrinus 
Concordantia evangelistarum see 
Zacharias Chrysopolitanus 

Ammonius Hermiae 

Hypomnema in quinque voces 

Porphyrii [Greek] 

Venice, Callierges, 23 May 1500, 
2750 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



117 



Andrea DiSimone 
Uberto e Filomena see Uberto e 
Filomena 

Andreae, Antonius 
Quaestiones de tribus principiis 
rerum naturalium 
Padua, Canozius, 1475, 2791 
Ferrara, Laurentius de Rubeis, 
11 May 1490, 2779 
Quaestiones super XII libros Meta- 
physicae Aristotelis 
Venice, Strata, 24 December 

1481, 1842 
Venice, Locatellus, 23 August 

1487, 2269 
Venice, Pentius, after 1500, 
(2702a) 
Scriptum aureum super Meta- 
physicam Aristotelis 
Venice, Strata, 21 November 
1482, 1843 

Andreas, Johannes 
Mercuriales quaestiones super reg- 
ulis iuris see his Quaestiones mer- 
curiales super regulis iuris 
Novella super VI Decretalium 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 1 
March 1499,2467 
Quaestiones mercuriales super reg- 
ulis iuris 
Strassburg, Eggestein, 1475, S- 

96A 
Pavia, Nicolaus Girardengus, 17 

May 1483,3460 
Venice, Stagninus, 15 December 
1490,2076 
Summa de sponsalibus et matri- 
moniis 

Basel, Flach, ca. 1472/74, 1146 
Padua, Celerius, ca. 1478, S- 

2814A 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1490, 1418 



Super arboribus consanguinitatis 
[German] 

Augsburg, Bamler, 1474, 543 
Super arboribus consanguinitatis, 
affinitatis et cognationis spirit- 
ualis 
Nuremberg, Creussner, not after 

1476, 769 
— 1478,775 
Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 

press), ca. 1483, 135 
Nuremberg, Creussner, 1488, 
785 
Super arboribus consanguinitatis, 
affinitatis et cognationis spirit- 
ualis et legalis 

Leipzig, Landsberg, not before 
1492, 1027 
Super arboribus consanguinitatis, 
affinitatis et cognationis spirit- 
ualis et legalis una cum exemplis 
et enigmatibus 

Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 
press) ca. 1483, 136 

Andreas De Escobar 
Modus confitendi 

Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 
Ariminensis, ca. 1475/78, 1 1 1 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1495/98, 1471 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1496/98, 

1432 
Lyons, Mareschal and Chaus- 
sard, ca. 1499,3821 

Andrelinus, Publius Faustus 
Carmen panegyricum ad Carolum 
VIII 

Paris, Tholoze, after 1500?, 3722 

De influentia siderum et querela 

Parisiensis pavimenti 

Paris, Baligault, between 18 May 

1497 and 30 October 1499, 

3695 



118 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



De moralibus et intellectualibus 
virtutibus 

Paris, Philippi, ca. 1498/99, 3679 
De Neapolitana victoria 

Paris, Baligault, between 1 8 May 
1497 and 30 October 1499, 
3696 
Elegiae 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 9 Sep- 
tember 1496, 3623 

Angeli, Jacobus 
Tractatus de cometis 

Memmingen, Kunne, ca. 1495, 
986 

Angeli, Johannes 
Almanac, 1484 [German] 

Bamberg, Sensenschmidt, 1483, 
311 
Astrolabium 

Venice, Johannes Emericus de 
Spira, 9 June 1494,. 2592 

Angelus De Aretio see Gam- 
bilionibus, Angelus de 

Angelus De Clavasio 
Correctorium Summae angelicae 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 

before 4 June 1492, 3124A 
Sumraa angelica de casibus con- 
scientiae 
Chivasso, Suigus, 13 May 1486, 

3584 
Venice, Nicolaus de Frankfordia, 

3 October 1487, 1959 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 10 

February 1492,718 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 4 June 

1492,2129,2130 
— 2 May 1495, 2134 
Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 

7 June 1499,2362 



Angelus De Gambilionibus De 
Aretio see Gambilionibus, Ange- 
lus de 

Anghiera, Pietro Martire D' see 
Anglerius, Petrus Martyr 

Anglerius, Petrus Martyr 
Opuscula poetica 

Burgos, Biel, ca. 1498,3982 

Anguilbertus, Theobaldus, Hy- 

bernensis 
Mensa philosophica see Mensa phi- 

losophica 

AN IAN US 

Computus cum commento 

Paris, Caillaut, ca. 1492?, 3614 

Annius, Johannes 
Auctores vetustissimi 

Rome, Silber, 10 July-3 August 

1498, 1473 
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 
not before August 1498, 2613 
De futuris Christianorum triumphis 
in Saracenos 

Leipzig, Marcus Brandis, 28 Sep- 
tember 1481, 1004 
Nuremberg, Wagner, ca. 1485, 

800 
Cologne, Retro Minores, 19 Au- 
gust 1497, 478 
Glossa in Apocalypsim see his De 
futuris Christianorum triumphis 
in Saracenos 

Anschlag Wider Die Turken 
Augsburg, Bamler, not before 
June 1474,540 

Anselmus, Saint 
Cur deus homo 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



119 



Strassburg, Husner (first press), 

not after 1474, 120 
Opera 

Nuremberg, Hochfeder, 27 

March 1491,S-819A 
Basel, Amerbach, not after 1497, 

1194, 1195 

Anthologia Graeca [Greek] 
Florence, Laurentius (Francisci) 
de Alopa, 11 August 1494, 
2962 

Antoninus Florentinus 
Chronicon 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 31 July 
1484,701 
Confessionale "Curam illius habe" 
[Italian] 

Bologna, Azoguidus, 1472, 3170 
Florence, Morgiani, 23 May 
1493,2998 
Confessionale "Defecerunt" 

Venice, Bartholomaeus Cremo- 
nensis, not after 28 July 1473, 
1638 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1476, 1687 
Venice, Strata, 20 August 1483, 

1844 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 1 5 

February 1499, 2498 
— 21 November 1499, 2502, 

2503 
Strassburg, Flach, 1499, 288 

— [Italian] 

Florence, Morgiani, 22 February 
1496,3010 

— [Spanish (in part)] 
Salamanca, Printer of Antonius 

Nebrissensis, Gramatica cas- 

tellana, 10 March 1495, 3973 

Confessionale "Omnis mortalium 

cura" 

Venice, Arnoldus, 1473, 1630 



De censuris et De sponsalibus et 
matrimonio 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 23 September 

1474, 1671, 1672 
Summa theologica 

Venice, Jenson, 1477-28 June 

1480, 1585 
Strassburg, Griininger, 6 March- 

4 September 1496, 173 
Trialogus super evangelio de 
duobus discipulis euntibus in 
Emmaus 
Venice, Johannes Emericus de 

Spira, 26 April 1495, 2593 

Antonio Da Siena 
De divina praeordinatione vitae et 
mortis humanae 

Rome, Silber, before 20 August 
1480, 1433 
Monte santo di Dio 

Florence, Laurentii, 10 Septem- 
ber 1477,2845 
Florence, Morgiani, 20 March 
1491,2993 

Antonius De Bitonto 
Sermones in epistolas dominicales 
et quadragesimales 
Venice, Hamann, 17 June- 1 July 
1496,2236 
Sermones quadragesimales de vitiis 
Venice, Hamann, 14 February 
1499,2243 

Antonius Nebrissensis, Aelius 
Tabla de la diversidad de los dias 
Alcala, Guillen de Brocar, ca. 
1516/17, (3985a) 

Apicius 

De re coquinaria 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, ca. 
1498-1500,2615 



120 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



APOCALYPSIS Sancti Johannis 
(Blockbook) 
Germany, ca. 1462?, 1 

Apollonius Rhodius 
Argonautica [Greek] 

Florence, Laurentius (Francisci) 
de Alopa, 1496, 2964, 2965 

Appellatio Universitatis Pari- 
siensis De Impositione Decimae 
Fructuum Beneficiorum 
Antwerp, Gerard Leeu, between 
20 September and 10 Nov- 
ember 1491,3940 



Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 1 August 1500,3249 
Opera 

Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 

nartz, 28 February 1469, 

1283, 1284 
Vicenza, Henricus de Sancto 

Ursio, 9 August 1488, 3508, 

3509 

Arculanus, Johannes 

Expositio in primam fen quarti 

Canonis Avicennae 

Venice, Locatellus, 27 October 
1496, 2338 



Appenini, Jedaia see Jedaia Ap- 
penini 

APPIANUS 

Historia Romana [Pt. 1-2] 

Venice, Maler, Ratdolt, and 
Loslein, 1477, 1726, 1727, 
1728, 1729 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
20 November 1500,2403 

— [Pt.l] 

Scandiano, Peregrinus de Pas- 
qualibus, 10 January 1495, 
3585,3586 

- [Pt.2] 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1472, 1526 
Reggio Emilia, Franciscus de 

Mazalibus, 22 October 1494, 

3540 

Apuleius, Pseudo- 
Herbarium 

Rome, Lignamine (second press), 
1481/82?, 1485, 1486 

Apuleius Madaurensis, Lucius 
Asinus aureus 



ARDOINO, SANTE see Arduinis, San- 
tes de 

Arduinis, Santes De 
De venenis 

Venice, Rizus, 19 July 1492, 2186 

Argellata, Petrus De 
Chirurgia 

Venice, Benedictus Genuensis, 9 

August 1480, 1853 A 
Venice, Locatellus, 22 February 
1497/8, 2342 

Ariostis, Alexander De 
De usuris 

Bologna, Balthasar de Hyrberia, 
8-1 5 April 1486,3195 

Aristeas 

Tractatulus de lxxii interpretibus 
Erfurt, Eponymous printer, 
1483,974 

Aristophanes 
Comoediae novem [Greek] 

Venice, Manutius, 15 July 1498, 
2663, 2664, 2665 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



121 



ARISTOTELES 
De anima 

Padua, Canozius, 22 November 

1472,2789 
Venice, Pentius, 23 October 
1500[?], 2702 
De animalibus 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1476, 1688 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
18 November 1492, 1982, 
1983 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 
9 August 1498, 2264, 2265 
De historia animalium [Greek] 
Venice, Manutius, 29 January 
1497, 2643, 2643A 
Ethica ad Nicomachum; Politica; 
Oeconomica 

Strassburg, Mentelin, before 10 
April 1469,51 
Ethica ad Nicomachum [Greek] 
Venice, Manutius, June 1498, 
2662 

— [Latin] 

Bologna, Rugerius?, ca. 1475, 

3178 
Paris, Higman and Hopyl, 1496- 

12 April 1497, 3671 

— [Spanish] 

Zaragoza, Johann Hurus, ca. 
1489,3963 
Logica nova 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), 7 March 1493, 440 
Logica vetus 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), 16 March 1494, 443 
Meteorologica 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
22 October 1491, 1980 
Opera [Latin] 

Augsburg, Ambrosius Keller, 15 
September-8 November 

1479, 591 



Venice, Torresanus and Bartho- 
lomaeus de Blavis, 1 Febru- 
ary-25 October 1483, 1880, 
1881 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 

13 July 1496, 2025 
Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
22 September 1497,456 
Organon [Greek] 

Venice, Manutius, 1 November 
1495, 2630, 2630A 
Parva naturalia 

Padua, Hieronymus de Durantis, 
24 May 1493,2830 
Physica [Greek] 

Venice, Manutius, February 
1497, 2644, 2644A 
— [Latin] 

Padua, Canozius, ca. 1472/75, 
2790 
Politica 

Rome, Silber, 19 July 1492, 1459 

ARISTOTELES, PSEUDO- 
Chiromantia 

Ulm, Reger, 21 July 1490, 925, 
926 
De conservanda sanitate see his 
Secreta secretorum [Excerpt]: De 
conservanda sanitate 
De porno [et spuria alia] 

Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1472, 348 
De regimine principum see his 
Secreta secretorum [Excerpt]: De 
conservanda sanitate 
Problemata 

Mantua, Vurster and Bau- 

meister, 1473?, 3335 
Leipzig, Kachelofen, ca. 1489/90, 

1008 
Cologne, Quentell (second press), 

ca. 1495, S-449A 
Paris, Guy Marchant, 4 April 
1500/01,3631 



122 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Secreta secretorum 

Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1475?, 353 
— [Excerpt] 

Leipzig, Landsberg, ca. 1490/95, 
1024 

Armandus De Bellovisu 

De declaratione difficilium termi- 

norum 

Basel, Wenssler, 1 March 1491, 
1136, 1137 

— 1 April 1491, 1138 

ARMINENSIS see Prologus Arminen- 
sis in mappam Terraesanctae 

Arnaldus De Villa Nova see 
Arnoldus de Villa Nova 

Arnoldi, Henricus 

De modo perveniendi ad veram et 

perfectam Dei et proximi dilec- 

tionem 

Basel, Wenssler, not after 1 
December 1472, 1108 
Litania contra Turcos 

Basel, Amerbach, ca. 1480, 1 155 

Arnoldus, Abbas Veterismontls 
Oratio contra monasteriorum com- 
mendas ad Sixtum IV habita 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1497/98, 1472 

Arnoldus De Monnikendam see 
Arnoldus, abbas Veterismontis 

Arnoldus De Villa Nova 
Breviarium practicae medicinae 
Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, ca. 

1485,3443 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 21 
October 1497,2711 



De arte cognoscendi venena 

Mantua, Vurster and Bau- 

meister, 1473,3333,3334 
Milan, Valdarfer (second press), 

1475, 3076 
Rome, Guldinbeck, ca. 1475/76, 
1369 
De vinis 

Leipzig, Lotter, ca. 1500?, 1047 
Herbarius see Herbarius 

Ars Dicendi 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 16 
April 1484,375 

Ars Moriendi 

Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 

514 
Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 1475, 

99 
Venice, Maler, Ratdolt, and Los- 

lein, 1478, 1733 
Paris, Martineau and Caillaut?, 

ca. 1485,3610 
Leipzig, Kachelofen, ca. 1495/98, 

1018 
— [Italian] 

Verona, Alvise, 28 April 1478, 

3371 

Ars Notariatus 

Speyer, Conrad Hist, ca. 1500, S- 
876A 

Ars Numerandi 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1482,345 

Arte Dell'Abbaco 

Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, 10 
December 1478, 3298 

Articella 

Venice, Liechtenstein, 29 March 
1483, 2046 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



123 



Venice, Philippus Pincius, 26 
September 1491,2446 

Venice, Locatellus, 20 December 
1492, 2295, 2296 

Articuli Abbreviati Bullae 
innocentii viii 
Cologne, Zell, ca. 1490, S-345A 

Articuli Parisius Condemnati 
Padua, Cerdonis, ca. 1487, 2829 

Asconius Pedianus, Quintus 
Commentarii in orationes Ciceronis 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, after 2 June 1477, 
1697 



Assises 

Liber assisarum 
London, Pynson, 
(4021a) 



ca. 1502?, 



Astesanus De AST 
Canones poenitentiales 

Nuremberg, Wagner, ca. 1495, 

809 
Summa de casibus conscientiae 
Strassburg, Mentelin, not after 

1469, 54 
— Not after 1473,61 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 18 March 1478, 

1704 
Cologne, Quentell (first press), 

31 August 1479, 421 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 11 May 

1482, 688 

Astrolabium 
Astrolabii canones 

Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 
ca. 1497/98,2361 



Athanasius 

Enarrationes in epistolas S. Pauli see 
Theophylactus 

Athenagoras 
De resurrectione 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 18 August 
1498,3625,3626 

Attavanti, Paulus Florentinus 
see Paulus Florentinus 

Attestatio Fidei Orthodoxae 
Nuremberg, Creussner, 1477, 
771 

Aubusson, Pierre D' 

De obsidione urbis Rhodiae 

Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 
press), after 13 September 
1480,131 

AUCTORES OCTO 

Lyons, Mathias Huss, ca. 1490, 
3764 

augtoritates aristotelis et 
Aliorum Philosophorum 
Cologne, Guldenschaff, 1487, 

420 
Bologna, Rugerius, 15 April 
1488,3181 

Auerbach, Johannes, Jurist 
Processus iudiciarius 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

28 May 1475,3916 
— ca. 1477/83,3918 
Strassburg, Gruninger, ca. 

1488/89, 166 
Leipzig, Moritz Brandis, 1489, 

1036 
Lyons, Maillet, ca. 1500, 3810 



124 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Auerbach, Johannes, Theo- 
logian 

Summa de sacramentis 

Augsburg, Zainer, 1469, 494 

Augustinus De Ancona 
Summa de potestate ecclesiastica 
Rome, In domo Francisci de 
Cinquinis, 20 December 
1479, 1379 
Lyons, Ungarus, not after 1480, 
3751 

Augustinus, Aurelius, Saint 
Confessiones 

Milan, Bonus, 21 July 1475, 3082 
De civitate Dei 

Strassburg, Mentelin, not after 

1468, 50 
Venice, Johannes and Vindelinus 

de Spira, 1470, 1509, 1510, 

1511,1512 
Rome, Han and Chardella, 4 

February 1474, 1310 
Venice, Jenson, 2 October 1475, 

1578, 1579 
Venice, Gabriele di Pietro, 1475, 

1623, 1624 
Naples, Moravus, 1477, 3272 
Basel, Amerbach, 13 February 

1489, 1166 
— 13 February 1490, 1171 
Venice, Locatellus, 18 February 

1489/90, 2277, 2278, 2279, 

2280 

— [French] 

Abbeville, Gerard and Du Pre, 24 
November 1486-12 April 
1486/7, 3863 

— [Italian] 

Venice, Miscomini, ca. 1477, 
1723 
De consensu evangelistarum 



Lauingen, Eponymous printer, 
12 April 1473, 878 
De doctrina Christiana 

Cologne, Unkel, ca. 1480, 409 
De moribus ecclesiae catholicae 

Cologne, Unkel, ca. 1480, 410 
De quantitate animae 

Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 
505 
De spiritu et littera 

Cologne, Printer of Dictys, ca. 
1470,358 
De trinitate 

Basel, Amerbach, 1489, 1167 
— 1490, 1172 
De vita beata 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470,321 
Epistolae 

Basel, Amerbach, 1493, 1179, 
1180, 1181 
Explanatio psalmorum 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 4 
August 1493,2103 
Opus quaestionum 

Lyons, Trechsel, 25 April 1497, 
3801 
Opuscula plurima 

Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 23 

July 1484, 2059 
Venice, Dionysius Bertochus, 26 

March 1491, 2436, 2437 
Parma, Ugoletus, 31 March 1491, 

3364 
Strassburg, Flach, 11 August 

1491,276,277 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pas- 
qualibus, 10 November 1491, 
2163 
Quinquaginta 

Augsburg, Sorg, ca. 1 February 
1475, 556 
Sermo de verbis evangelicis 

Cologne, Printer of Dictys, ca. 
1470,359 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



125 



Sermones 

Basel, Amerbach, 1494-95, 1187 
Sermones duo de resurrectione 
mortuorum 

Cologne, Printer of Dictys, ca. 
1470,360 
Soliloquia (Books 1-2) 

Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 
506 

AUGUSTINUS, PSEUDO- 

Canones iuxta regulam 

Strassburg, Schott, 1490, 149 
De anima et spiritu 

Lauingen, Printer of Augustinus, 
De consensu evangelistarum, 9 
November 1472, 877 
De conflictu vitiorum et virtutum 
Strassburg, Husner (first press), 
ca. 1474, 121 
De duodecim abusionum gradibus 
Strassburg, Husner (first press), 

ca. 1475, 124 
Nuremberg, Fratres Ordinis 
Eremitarum S. Augustini, ca. 
1483,792 
De fuga mulierum 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 320 
De salute siue aspiratione animae 

ad Deum see his Manuale 
De vanitatibus saeculi 

Esslingen, Fyner, ca. 1475, 934, 
935 
De virtute psalmorum 

Paris, Levet, ca. 1496, 3643 
De vita Christiana 

Cologne, Unkel, ca. 1480, 411 
Epistola ad Cyrillum de magnifi- 
centiis Hieronymi 
Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 322, 323 
Manuale 

Venice, Florentius de Argentina, 

not after 1473, 1628 
Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 



Ariminensis, ca. 1476, 112 
Sermo de festo praesentationis 
Mariae 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 324 
Sermones ad heremitas 

Modena, Balthasar de Struciis, 25 

April 1477,3521 
Brescia, Jacobus Britannicus, 5 

January 1486, 3408 
Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 

26 May 1487, 2355 
Strassburg, Priiss, not after 1487, 

194 
Venice, Vincentius Benalius, 26 

January 1492/3,2545 
Strassburg, Printer of the Casus 

breves Decretalium, ca. 1493/94, 

297 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 4 November 

1495,2519 
Paris, Chappiel, 1500, 3736 
Soliloquia (Agnoscam te ... 
[Italian]) 

Florence, Morgiani, 10 Nov- 
ember 1491,2995 
Soliloquium (Verbum mihi est ad 
te) 
Cologne, Printer of Dictys, ca. 

1470,361,362 
Speculum peccatoris [Italian] 
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 1 

June 1498, 2609 

Augustinus Moravus 
Dialogus in defensionem poetices 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius?, 
24 March 1493,2112 

AUGUSTIS, QUIRICUS DE 

Lumen apothecariorum cum expo- 

sitionibus 

Venice, Otinus de Luna, 14 
August 1497, 2710 



126 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Augustonus, Johannes Basilius 
Prognosticon, 1491 [Latin] 

Pavia, Gabriel de Grassis, after 12 
November 1490, 3468 
Prognosticon, 1493 [Latin] 

Venice, Hamann, 1492, 2233 

AURBACH see Auerbach 

Aurelius Victor, Sextus see 
Victor, Sextus Aurelius, Pseudo- 

AURIFABER, AEGIDIUS 

Speculum exemplorum see Specu- 
lum exemplorum (Wrongly attri- 
buted to Aurifaber; the work may 
be by Johannes Busch; cf. Sape 
van der Woude, Johannes Busch 
[Edam, 1947]: 154ff.) 

Ausonius, Decimus Magnus 
Opera 

Venice, Eponymous printer, 7 

December 1472, 1640 
Venice, Tacuinus, 11 August 

1494, 2554, 2555 
— 14 October 1496,2566 
Parma, Ugoletus, 10 July 1499, 
3368 
Precatio matutina 

Leipzig, Thanner, 1500, 1060 

AVANTIUS, HlERONYMUS 
Emendationes in Catullum et Pria- 

peia 

Venice, Tacuinus, 1495, 2561 

AVENZOHAR 

Teisir, siue Rectificatio medicationis 
et regiminis 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 4 

January 1490/1, 1972, 1973 
Venice, Locatellus, 31 May 1496, 
2326 



AVERROES 
Colliget 

Ferrara, Laurentius de Rubeis, 5 
October 1482, 2778 
In Meteorologica Aristotelis 

Venice, Torresanus, 21 August 
1488, 1890 

Avianus 
Fabulae 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
10 September 1494, 445 

AVIGENNA 

Canon [Hebrew] (Lib. I-V) 

Naples, Azriel ben Joseph Ash- 
kenazi, 9 November 1491 
[-92?], Heb-25, Heb-26 

— [Latin] (Lib. I-V) 
Strassburg, R-Printer, before 

1473,71 
Venice, Maufer et socii, 1 June 

1486, 1858 
Venice, Locatellus, 24 March 

1490,2281 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 20 July-21 

November 1500, 2542, 2543 

— (Lib I, III-IV, fenl) 

Lyons, Trechsel and Clein, 24 
December 1498,3803 

— (Lib. IV) 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 24 
January 1490/ 1, 1932 
Cantica de medicina [Latin] 

Venice, Andreas de Soziis, 25 
September 1484,2171 
De anima [Latin] 

Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, ca. 
1490,3449,3450 
De animalibus 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
ca. 1500,2039 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



127 



Metaphysica 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 26 
March 1495, 2608 

AVIENUS, RUFIUS FESTUS 
Opera 

Venice, Strata, 25 October 1488, 
1847, 1848, 1849 

AZO, PORTIUS 

Summa super Codice et Institutis 
Speyer, Drach, 1482, 846, 847 



Baco, Johannes 

Super tertium librum Sententiarum 
Paris, Martineau, 15 January 
1484/5,3609 

Bacon, Roger 

De duabus sapientiis see Albertus 
Magnus, Pseudo- 

BADIUS, JODOCUS, ASCENSIUS 
Silvae morales 

Lyons, Trechsel, 14 November 
1492,3789 
Stultiferae naves 

Paris, Kerver, 18 February 1500, 
3730 

Bagellardus, Paulus 

De infantium aegritudinibus et re- 

mediis 

Padua, Cerdonis, 10 November 
1487, 2827 

Bagnyon,Jean 

Tractatus potestatum dominorum 

et libertatum subditorum civitatis 

Gebennensis 

Lyons, Balsarin, before 6 April 
1487,3771 

Balbus, Hieronymus 



Epigrammata 

Paris, Guy Marchant, ca. 1495, 
3621 

Balbus, Johannes 
Catholicon 

Mainz, Eponymous printer 
(Gutenberg?), 1460 [i.e., ca. 
1469?], 28 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
not after 1483,218 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 18 Feb- 
ruary 1483, 693 

Venice, Hamann, 28 February 
1497[/8?], 2241,2242 

Baldovinus Sabaudiensis 
Ars memoriae 

Paris, Caillaut, ca. 1482/84, 3611 

Baldung, Hieronymus 
Aphorismi compunctionis theolo- 

gicales 

Strassburg, Griininger, 6 January 
1497, 177 

Baptista Mantuanus 
Adolescentia 

Mantua, Vincentius Bertochus, 
16 September 1498,3343 
Commendatio Parthenices 

Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 
between 21 June 1491 and 25 
January 1492,3887 
De patientia 

Lyons, Fradin and Pivard, 25 

May 1498,3836 
Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 17 

August 1499, 1264 
Venice, Pentius, 6 September 
1499, 2700 
De suorum temporum calamitatibus 
Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dicts, 1 April 1489, 3198 



128 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Pentius, 10 September 

1499,2701 
Paris, Kerver, after 30 November 

1499,3727,3728 
In Robertum Severinatem pane- 
gyricum carmen 
Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 

dictis, 21 July 1489,3201 
Deventer, Jacobus de Breda 

(second press), not before 10 

April 1497, 3899 
Venice, Pentius, 6 August 1499, 

2699 
Opera 

Cologne, Zierikzee, 1500, 481, 

482 
Parthenice prima siue Mariana 
Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dicts, 17 October 1488, 3196 
Venice, Pentius, 16 July 1499, 

2698 
Paris, Kerver (and Wolf?), after 

15 October 1499,3726 
Parthenice secunda siue Cath- 
arinaria 
Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 

dictis, 9 February 1489, 3197 
Venice, Pentius, 14 July 1499, 

2696, 2697 
Paris, Kerver (and Wolf?), after 5 

August 1499, 3725 

Baptista De Salis 

Summa casuum conscientiae 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 14 April 

1488,712 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 9 Septem- 
ber 1495, 2135, 2136, 2137 
Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 
21 December 1499,2363 

Barbarus, Hermolaus 
Castigationes Plinianae et Pomponii 
Melae 



Venice, Eponymous printer, 
1493/4, 2604A, 2604B 

Barbatia, Andreas 
Johannina 

Bologna, Eponymous printer, 
not before 1475,3184 
Repetitio capituli: Testimonium de 
testibus 

Venice, Gerardus de Lisa, ca. 
1477/78, 1767 
Repetitio rubricae: De fide instru- 
mentorum 

Bologna, Eponymous printer, 1 
February 1474,3175 
Super titulis: De officio et potestate 
iudicis delegati 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 1474, 1676 
Super titulo: De rebus ecclesiae 
alienandis vel non 
Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, 27 
October 1497,3452 

Barberiis, Philippus De 
Discordantiae sanctorum Hiero- 
nymi et Augustini 
Rome, Lignamine (second press), 
after 1 December 1481, 1484 
Rome, Georgius Teutonicus 
(Lauer? or Herolt?), ca. 1482, 
1482 

Barianus, Nicolaus 

Causa Viteliana de praecedentia 
Heremitarum et Minorum decisa 
Cremona, Carolus de Darleriis, 6 
April 1500,3390 

Barlaam Et Josaphat 

Speyer, Printer of Gesta Christi, 

ca. 1472/73, 835 
Strassburg, Eggestein, not after 

1474, 93 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



129 



BARNES, Juliana see Berners, Ju- 
liana 



Milan, Dominicus de Vespolate, 
21 November 1478,3087 



Bartholomaeus Anglic us 
De proprietatibus rerum 

Lyons, Philippi and Reinhart, 29 

July 1480,3746,3747 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 30 May 

1483,697 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

14 February 1485, 222, 223 
Lyons, Le Roy, 26 January 

1485/6, 3738 
Heidelberg, Knoblochtzer, 2 1 

May 1488, 1067, 1068 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

11 August 1491, 247, 248, 

249 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 20 June 

1492,719 

— [English] 

Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 
ca. 1495,3994 

— [French] 

Lyons, Siber, after 26 January 
1486,3755 

— [Spanish] 

Toulouse, Henricus Mayer, 18 
September 1494, 3845, 3846 

Bartholomaeus Brixiensis 
Casus decretorum 

Basel, Kesler, 9 August 1489, 

1215 
Leipzig, Stockel, ca. 1495/1500, 
1048 

Bartholomaeus De Chaemis 
Confessionale 

Milan, Valdarfer (second press), 

29 September 1474, 3075 
Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 
Ariminensis, not before Oc- 
tober 1474, 108, 109 



Bartholomaeus Coloniensis 
Canones 

Zwolle, Peter van Os, after 31 
October 1503, (3907a) 

Bartholomaeus Pisanus 
Quadragesimale de contemptu 

mundi 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 
1498,3144 

Bartholomaeus Sibylla see Si- 
bylla, Bartholomaeus 

Bartholomaeus DeTraiecto 
De fraterna correctione see Role- 
winck, Werner 

Bartolinis, Bald us De 
Commentaria in paragraphum Cato 

libri IV Digestorum 

Pavia, Gerla, ca. 1498, 3465 
De dotibus et dotatis mulieribus 

Perugia, Vydenast, after 11 
March 1482, 3290 
Repetitio rubricae De verborum 

obligationibus et paragraphi Si 

quis ita 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 25 
October 1493,3568,3569 

Bartolinus, Pius Antonius 
Correctio locorum lxx iuris civilis 
Bologna, Danesius Hectoris 
Faelli, not before September 
1495,3256,3257 

Bartolus De Saxoferrato 
Consilia, Quaestiones, et Tractatus 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 7 
March 1485, 1963 



J 



130 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Processus iudiciarius see Processus 
Quaestiones disputatae 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 
1471, 1521 
Super authenticis 

Milan, J. A. de Honate, after 7 

March 1480,3091 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 

26 March 1485, 1965 
Venice, Torresanus, 24 July-1 
September 1492, 1893 
Super prima parte Codicis 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1476, 1689 
Venice, Torresanus, 28 October 
1490, 1892 

— 25 August 1492, 1894 
Super secunda parte Codicis 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 1476, 1690 

— 30 June 1480, 1716 
Venice, Torresanus, 18 January 

1488/9, 1891 
Venice, Stagninus, 23 July 1492, 
2078A 
Super tribus ultimis libris Codicis 
Venice, Jenson, 1477, 1586 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 4 
April 1486, 1926 
Super prima parte Digesti novi 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 1476, 1691 
Super secunda parte Digesti novi 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 21 March 1478, 
1705 
Venice, Jenson, after 21 March 
1478, 1589 
Super prima parte Digesti veteris 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 1475, 1680 

— 6 November 1479, 1714 
Super secunda parte Digesti veteris 

Perugia, Petrus Petri and 



Johannes Nicolai, before 6 

April 1474, 3286 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 26 February 1478/ 

9, 1710 
Venice, Andreas Calabrensis, 1 1 

March 1486, 2165 
Super prima parte Infortiati 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 9 

February 1471, 1517 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 2 May 1477, 1696 
Venice, Jenson, 28 March 1478, 

1590 
Super secunda parte Infortiati 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 2 January 1478/9, 

1709 
Tractatus 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1472, 1527 

Bartolus De Saxoferrato, 

PSEUDO- 
Tractatus de iudiciis 

Paris, Levet, ca. 1495, 3640 

Barzizius, Christophorus (Phy- 
sician) 

Introductorium ad opus practicum 
medicinae 

Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, 20 
August 1494,3451 

Barzizius, Gasparinus 
Epistolae 

Strassburg, Priiss, 24 December 
1486, 193 

Basilius Magnus 

De legendis antiquorum libris 

Nuremberg, Muller, ca. 1474, 
790 

Salamanca, Printer of Antonius 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



131 



Nebrissensis, Gramdtica castel- 
lana, 1496,3974 

Basinus, Bernardus 

De magicis artibus et magorum 

maleficiis 

Paris, Martineau, 1483, 3608 

Baveriis, Baverius De 
Consilia medica 

Bologna, Franciscus de Be- 
nedictis, 5 November 1489, 
3202 

Baysio, Guido De 
Rosarium decretorum 

Strassburg, Mentelin, ca. 1473, 

62 
Venice, Herbort, 3 April 1481, 
1863 

Becket, Thomas, Archbishop of 
Canterbury see Thomas Becket 

Beda 

Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglo- 
rum 

Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 1475/ 
78, 102 

BedersiJedaiah Ben Abraham see 
Jedaia Appenini 

Bellantius, Lucius 
De astrologica veritate 

Florence, Gerardus de Harlem, 9 

May 1498 [i.e., 1499?], 3027, 

3028 

Bembus, Petrus 
De Aetna dialogus 

Venice, Manutius, February 
1495/6, 2634 

BENEDETTI, ALESSANDRO see Bene- 
dictus, Alexander 



BENEDICTINI Bambergenses 
Abbreviatura recessuum capitu- 
larium patrum ordinis S. Bene- 
dicti see Trithemius, Johannes 

Benedictus De Nursia 
De conservatione sanitatis 

Bologna, Dominicus de Lapis, 
1477,3185 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1485, 1402 

Benedictus, Alexander 
Collectiones medicinae 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
ca. 1493, 1989, 1990 
De observatione in pestilentia 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
29 July 1493, 1985 
Diaria de bello Carolino 

Venice, Manutius, after 27 Au- 
gust 1496, 2641, 2642 

Benevolentius, Bartholomaeus 
De luce et visibili paradoxon 

Florence, Miscomini, 1482?, 2868 

Benivieni, Domenico 

Epistola responsiva alle calumnie 

contro Savonarola 

Florence, Morgiani, 1497, 3019 
Trattato in defensione e probazione 

della dottrina di Savonarola 

Florence, Bonaccorsi, 28 May 
1496, 2985 

Benivieni, Girolamo 
Canzoni e sonetti con commento 
Florence, Tubini, Alopa, and 

Ghirlandi, 7 September 1500, 

3031 

Berberius, Johannes 
Viatorium utriusque iuris 

Strassburg, Priiss, 1493, S-207A, 
S-207B 



132 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



BERCHORIUS, Petrus 
Liber Bibliae moralis 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 9 

April 1474, 883 
Strassburg, C. W., 7 October 

1474,119 
Deventer, Pafraet (first press), 
1477,3876 
Repertorium morale 

Nuremberg, Koberger, after 4 
February 1499, 762 

Berengarius De Landora 
Lumen animae see Lumen animae 
(There are three separate works 
that appear under this title, only 
the first of which may be by 
Berengarius de Landora [d. 
1330]. Cf M. A. and R. H. Rouse, 
"The Texts called Lumen anime," 
in Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum 
41 [1971]: [5]-113) 

Bergamo, Jacobus Philippus De 
see Jacobus Philippus de Bergamo 

Bernardinus Senensis 
De contractibus et usuris 

Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 
Ariminensis, not after 1474, 
110,S-110A 
Sermo de gloriosa Virgine Maria 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 325 
Sermones de evangelio aeterno 
Basel, Amerbach, ca. 1489, 1 170 

Bernardinus Senensis, Pseudo- 
Speculum peccatorum de con- 

temptu mundi 

Rome, Besicken, ca. 1494, 1502 

Bernardus Claravellensis 

De consideratione 

Augsburg, Sorg, ca. 1475/77, 560 
Paris, Level, ca. 1495, 3641 



Epistolae [et opera alia] 

Strassburg, Eggestein, not after 

1474, 94, 95 
Milan, Pachel, 15 December 
1495,3150,3151 
Homiliae super evangelio Missus est 
angelus Gabriel 

Antwerp, Gerard Leeu, between 
2 August 1487 and 26 Nov- 
ember 1489, 3935 
Imitatio Christi see Imitatio Christi 
Opuscula 

Brescia, Angelus and Jacobus 
Britannicus, 18 March 1495, 
3415 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 17 October 
1495,2518 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 
et de diversis 
Speyer, Drach, after 31 August 

1481, not after 1482,843 
Milan, Pachel, 5 October 1495, 
3149 
— [Dutch] 

Zwolle, Peter van Os, 27 May 
1495, 3906 
Sermones super Cantica canticorum 
Brescia, Angelus Britannicus, 28 
January 1500,3423 

Bernardus Clara vallensis, 

Pseudo- 
Epistola de gubernatione rei fam- 

iliaris 

Rome, Guldinbeck, ca. 1475/76, 
1370, 1371 
Floretus 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
not after 1491,439 

— ca. 1494,446 
Meditationes de interiori homine 

Basel, Amerbach, 1492, 1176 

Paris, Mittelhus, 1493, 3658 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, ca. 
1495,3134 



'X- 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



133 



Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 
"9 March 1496" [i.e., ca. 
1498/99], 3999 
Modus bene vivendi 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 

30 May 1492, 2099 
Paris, Levet, ca. 1495, 3642 
— [Italian] 

Florence, Morgiani, 27 January 
1495/6, 3009 
Psalterium Beatae Mariae Virginis 
see Bonaventura, Saint, Pseudo- 
(andsee Distelbrink 185) 
Speculum de honestate vitae 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1485, 1403 

Bernardus De Gordonio 
De urinis et de pulsibus 

Ferrara, Belfortis, 4 March 1487, 
2768 
Practica, seu Lilium medicinae 
Lyons, Lambillon and Saracenus, 

2 May 1491,3811 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
16 January 1496/7, 2026, 
2027 

Bernardus De Parentinis 
De periculis contingentibus circa 
sacramentum eucharistiae see 
Thomas Aquinas, Pseudo- 

Bernardus Parmensis 
Casus longi super quinque libros 
Decretalium 
Basel, Wenssler, not after 1479, 

S-1124A 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

1484,220 
Bologna, Henricus de Harlem 

and Johannes Walbeck, 29 

November 1487, 3218 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

23 August 1493, 253 
— 29 October 1498, 263 



Bernardus Silvestris see Bernar- 
dus Claravallensis, Pseudo- 

Berners, Juliana 

Book of Hawking, Hunting, and 

Heraldry see Book of Hawking, 

Hunting, and Heraldry 

BEROALDUS, PHILIPPUS 
Annotationes centum 

Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 
17 December 1496,3436 
Annotationes in commentarios 
Servii Vergilianos 
Florence, Miscomini, 19 Dec- 
ember 1489, 2877, 2878 
De felicitate 

Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dictis, 1 April 1495, 3211, 
3212 
Bologna, Caligula de Bazaleriis, 
"1 April 1495" [i.e., ca. 
1496?], 3221 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 13 April 1499, 3242 
Paris, Kerver, 28 March 1500, 
3731 
De optimo statu et principe 

Paris, Kerver, 10 April 1500, 
3733 
Declamatio ebriosi, scortatoris, et 
aleatoris 

Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, 1499, 3247, 3248 
Declamatio philosophi, medici, 
oratoris de excellentia discep- 
tantium 

Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, 13 December 1497, 
3236 
— "13 December 1497" [i.e., ca. 

1500?], 3253 
Paris, Kerver, 1 April 1500, 3732 
Heptalogos, siue Septem Sapientes 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 



134 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Faelli, 18 December 1498, 

3240, 3241 
Oratio prouerbiorum 

Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 17 December 1499, 

3245, 3246 
— 17 November 1500, 3251 
Orationes et carmina 

Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 

dictis, 1491,3205,3206 
Lyons, Trechsel, 4 September 

1492,3788 
Brescia, Angelus Britannicus, 

1497,3418 
Paris, Tholoze, 12 October 1499, 

3719 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 1 November 1500, 

3250 

Bertachinus, Johannes 
Repertorium iuris utriusque 
Lyons, Siber, ca. 1485/90, 3754 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 23 May-26 
November 1494,2133 

Berthold Von Wiesbaden 
Sermones Parati de tempore et de 

Sanctis see Sermones Parati de 

tempore et de Sanctis 

Bertholdus 
Horologium devotionis 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 11 May 
1489, 786 

Cologne, Landen, ca. 1498, 474 

BERTINI, Antonius see Antonio da 
Siena 

BESSARION 

Adversus calumniatorem Platonis 
Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 
nartz, before 13 September 
1469, 1286, 1287 



Bettini, Antonio see Antonio da 
Siena 

Bewahrung, Dass Die Iuden 
IRREN see Seelen-Wurzgarten 

BlANCHI, NOE 

Viaggio da Venezia alia santa 

Gerusalemme see Niccolo da 

Poggibonsi 

Biblia [Czech] 

Prague, Kamp, August 1488, 

1270 
Kuttenberg, Martin, 14 Novem- 
ber 1489, 1281 

Biblia [German] 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 1 7 Febru- 
ary 1483, 692 

Biblia [Hebrew] 
Mishle [Proverbs] 

Naples, Joseph ben Jacob 
Ashkenazi Gunzenhauser, be- 
tween 28 March and 26 
September 1487, Heb-19 
Nevi'im aharonim [Later Prophets] 
Soncino, Joshua Solomon ben 
Israel Nathan Soncino, 1485?, 
Heb-ll,Heb-12 
Nevi'im rishonim [Former 

Prophets] 

Soncino, Joshua Solomon ben 
Israel Nathan Soncino, 15 
October 1485, Heb-9 
Leiria, Samuel d'Ortas and sons, 
finished between 27 January 
and 2 February 1494, Heb-35 
Tehelim [Psalms] 

Naples, Joseph ben Jacob Ash- 
kenazi Gunzenhauser, 28 
March 1487, Heb-18 
Torah Nevi'im u-Khetuvim [Five 
books of the law] 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



135 



Lisbon, Eliezer Toledano, be- 
tween 8 July and 6 August 
1491,Heb-34 

Biblia [Italian] 

Venice, Ragazzo, 15 October 

1490,2474 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, June 

1494, 2223 

Biblia [Latin] 

Mainz, Gutenberg, ca. 1454/55 

(not after 24 August 1456), 3, 

4,5 
Mainz, Fust and SchoefFer, 14 

August 1462,6 
Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 1468/ 

70,83 
Venice, Jenson, 1476, 1581 
Venice, Renner and Nicolaus de 

Frankfordia, 1476, 1607 
Basel, Richel, 8 September 1477, 

1142 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 14 April 

1478,675 
Venice, Wild for Nicolaus de 

Frankfordia, July 1478, 1771 
Strassburg, Rusch, not after 

1480, 139, 140, 141 
Venice, Herbort, 31 October 

1483, 1871 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 3 De- 
cember 1487, 709 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 28 Febru- 
ary 1487/8, 2121 
Venice, Locatellus, 8 August 

1489,2273 
Strassburg, Priiss, 1489, 196 
Lyons, Maillet, 9 June 1490, 3804 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 12 April 

1493, 725 
Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 

18 April 1495,2359 
Basel, Froben, 27 October 1495, 

1227 



Venice, Bevilaqua, 8 May 1498, 
2531 

Biblia [Low German] 

Liibeck, Arndes, 19 November 
1494, 953 

BlDPAI 

Kalilah wa Dimnah see Johannes de 
Capua (Of Indian origin, this 
collection of fables worked its way 
westward by means of Persian, 
Arabic, and Hebrew translations, 
the latter of which was used for 
the Latin version made by Jo- 
hannes de Capua, a converted 
Jew, between 1263 and 1278) 

BIEL, GABRIEL 

Epitoma expositionis sacri canonis 
missae 

Tubingen, Otmar, between 20 
February and 29 November 
1499, 1096, 1097 

Sacri canonis missae expositio 
Tubingen, Otmar, 29 November 
1499, 1099 

Sermo historialis passionis dom- 
inicae see Textoris, Guillermus, 
Pseudo-: Sermo de passione 
Christi {and see Martin Elze, "Zur 
Uberlieferung des Sermo his- 
torialis passionis dominicae von 
Gabriel Biel," in Zeitschrift fur 
Kirchengeschichte 81 [1970]: 362- 
74) 

Sermones 

Tubingen, Otmar, 1 8 November 
1499-10 March 1500, 1098 

BlGUS, LUDOVICUS 
Opuscula Christiana 

Paris, Le Noir, 7 August 1498, 
3702 



136 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Tumultuaria carmina 

Modena, Rocociolus, 7 June 
1492,3525 

BindoDeSenis 

Biblia aurea see Rampigollis, Anton- 
ius de, Pseudo- (This work is 
ascribed to Bindo de Senis in 
many MSS but has been attrib- 
uted to Rampigollis ever since 
the first edition came off the 
monastic press of SS. Ulrich and 
Afra at Augsburg about 1473. For 
notes on the authorship, see Vic- 
tor Scholderer, "A Further Note 
on Nicolaus Hanapus," in Guten- 
berg-Jahrbuch 1939: 153-54, and 
BMC 8: 155 [IA.40225]) 

Birgitta, Saint 
Revelationes 

Liibeck, Ghotan, before 25 

November 1492, 948 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 21 Sept- 
ember 1500,763 

Birgitta, Saint, Pseudo- 
Orationes 

Rome, Besicken, after 1500?, 
1508 
— [German] 

Basel, Amerbach, 1492, 11 77 
Profezia 

Rome, Unassigned, ca. 1500?, 
1508A 

Birnbaum, Heinrich Von Dem see 
Piro, Henricus de 

Blanchellus, Menghus 

Super Logicam Pauli Veneti 
expositio et quaestiones 
Venice, Strata and Catanellus, 1 
November 1480, 1839 



Blanchinus, Johannes 

Tabulae caelestium motuum ear- 

umque canones 

Venice, Bevilaqua, 10 June 1495, 
2517 

Blondus, Flavius 
Historiarum ab inclinatione Roman- 
orum imperii decades 
Venice, Scotus, 16 July 1483, 
1784 
Italia illustrata 

Rome, Lignamine (first press), 5 
[i.e., not before 10] December 
1474, 1324, 1325 
Roma instaurata 

Verona, Boninus de Boninis, 20 
December 1481-7 February 
1482,3375 
Roma triumphans 

Brescia, Bartholomaeus Ver- 
cellensis, 1482, 3394 

Boccaccio, Giovanni 
Ameto 

Rome, Schurener, before 1 Au- 
gust 1478, 1357 
De casibus virorum illustrium 
Strassburg, Husner (first press), 
ca. 1474/75, 122, 123 

— [English] 

London, Pynson, 27 January 
1494,4009,4010,4011 

— [French] 

Paris, Du Pre, 26 February 1483/ 

4, 3605 
De claris mulieribus 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 

1473, 882 

— [German] 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
ca. 1474, 885 
De montibus, sylvis, fontibus 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 13 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



137 



January 1473, 1538, 1539, 
1540 
Decamerone 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 8 May 

1484, 1923 
La Fiammetta 

Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 
zoccho, 21 March 1472, 2792 
Venice, Maximus de Butricis, 24 
September 1491,2478 
II Filocolo 

Venice, Gabriele and Filippo di 
Pietro, 20 November 1472, 
1620 
Milan, Dominicus de Vespolate, 

14 June 1476,3086 
Venice, Antonius de Gusago, 22 
November 1497, 2735 
— [German] 

Metz, Hochfeder, 1499, 1062 
Genealogiae deorum 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 
1472,1528,1529, 1530, 1531 
Venice, Locatellus, 23 February 
1494/5,2317 
Ninfale Fiesolano 

Venice, Eponymous printer, 
before 1477?, 1741 A 
Teseide 

Ferrara, Carnerius, 1475, 2776 

Boccaccio, Giovanni, Pseudo- 
Urbano 

Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dictis, ca. 1490,3203 

BODIVIT, GUILLELMUS 

Sermo habitus in die Trinitatis, 
1485 
Rome, Guldinbeck, after 29 May 

1485, 1376 

BOETHIUS 

De consolatione philosophiae 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 12 



November 1476, 671, 672 
Toulouse, Parix, 1481, 3842 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 

1482,373 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 2 May 

1483, 696 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

1484, 3926 

Lyons, Le Roy, not after 24 

December 1484[1485?], 3737 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 23 June 

1486, 705 
Lyons, Le Roy, 1486, 3739 
Venice, Locatellus, 24 December 

1489,2275,2276 
Lyons, Du Pre, not after 1489, 

3777 
Hagenau, Gran, 21 February 

1491, 1074 
Strassburg, Priiss, before 6 

March 1491,205 
— 6 March 1491,206,207 
Lyons, Du Pre, 3 March 1491/2, 

3779 
Cologne, Quentell (second press), 

31 October 1493,442 
Lyons, Du Pre, 6-22 March 

1493/4,3780 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 8 June 

1495, 746 
Cologne, Quentell (second press), 

31 December 1497,457 
Venice, Locatellus, 14 June 1498, 

2347, 2348 
Lyons, Mareschal and Chaussard, 

ca. 1498,3820 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 19 July 

1499,2713,2714 
Lyons, Jean de Vingle, 15 July 

1500,3817 
Cologne, Quentell (second press), 

2 September 1500,468 
Lyons, Perrinus Lathomi, ca. 

1500,3823 



138 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



— [Latin and Dutch] 

Ghent, Arend de Keysere, 3 May 
1485, 3947 

— [German] 

Strassburg, Schott, 31 August 
1500,310 
De institutione arithmetica 

Augsburg, Ratdolt, 20 May 1488, 
616,617 
Opera 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
26 March 1491, 1974, 1975 

— 10 February 1497/8-8 July 
1499,2034,2035 

BOETHIUS, PSEUDO- 
De disciplina scholarium 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), 16 April 1489,433 

— 1490,436 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

1 February 1491,246 
Strassburg, Husner (second 

press), 1495?, 302 
Deventer, Jacobus de Breda 

(second press), 15 May 1496, 

3897 

BOIFFEN ORDEN, DER 

Cologne, KoelhofF the Elder, ca. 
1490,385 

BOLOGNINUS, LUDOVICUS 
Syllogianthon 

Bologna, Rugerius, 10 January 
1486,3180 

BONATUS, GUIDO 
Decern tractatus astronomiae 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 26 March 
1491,631,632 

BONAVENTURA, SAINT 
Breviloquium 

Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 



Ariminensis, ca. 1473/74, 107 
Augsburg, Sorg, not after 1476, 

562 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 1477, 1701 
Commentarius in primum librum 
Sententiarum 

Brescia, Farfengus, 20 October 
1490, 3427 
Commentarius in secundum librum 
Sententiarum 

Treviso, Liechtenstein, 1477, 
3309 
De praeparatione ad missam 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
1499[?], 466 
Legenda maior S. Francisci [Italian] 
Milan, Zarotus, 6 February 1477, 
3058 
Opuscula 

Strassburg, Flach, 31 October 

1489,271 
Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 

17 December 1495,3433 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
1495-18 December 1495, 258 
Opuscula [I] 

Cologne, Unkel, shortly after 28 
June 1484 [i.e., ca. 1485], 412 
Opuscula [II] 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, ca. 
1485,379 
Quaestiones super IV libros Senten- 
tiarum Petri Lombardi cum textu 
eiusdem see Petrus Lombardus 
Soliloquium 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 29 July 
1499,3629 

BONAVENTURA, SAINT, PSEUDO- 
Auctoritates utriusque Testamenti 
see Nicolaus de Hanapis: Virtu - 
tum vitiorumque exempla 
Biblia pauperum see Nicolaus de 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



139 



Hanapis: Virtu turn vitiorumque 
exempla 

De castitate et munditia sacerdotum 
Leipzig, Kachelofen, 1498, 1019 

De exterioris et interioris hominis 
compositione see David de Au- 
gusta (and see Distelbrink 85 and 
100; and Glorieux, Rep. 305xv) 

De instructione novitiorum 

Montserrat, Luschner, 16 June 
1499,3986 

De modo confitendi et de puritate 
conscientiae see Thomas Aquinas, 
Pseudo- (and see Glorieux, Rep. 
305.dn) 

Diaeta salutis 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 

1474, 367 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 1 
February 1497/8, 2494, 2495 

Meditationes vitae Christi 

Augsburg, Schonsperger, ca. 
1497/98, 606 

— [English] 

London, Pynson, 1494, 4012 

— [Italian] 

Venice, Hieronymus de Sanctis, 

1487,2368 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 

ca. 1490,2092 
Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 21 

February 1492/3, 2423 
Florence, Miscomini, ca. 1493, 

2893 
Venice, Printer of Ovidius, Meta- 
morphoses, 4 April 1500, 2751 
Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1500?, 

3021 
Psalterium maius Beatae Mariae 
Virginis 
Venice, Hamann, 15 March 

1497,2240 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 
Zwolle, Vollenhoe, 1479, 3903 



Speculum Beatae Mariae Virginis 
Antwerp, Gerard Leeu, 2 August 
1487, 3934 

Bonetus De Latis 
Anulus astronomicus 

Rome, Freitag, ca. 1492/93, 1492, 
1493 

Bonetus, Nicolaus 
Metaphysica 

Barcelona, Pere Miquel, 24 
November 1493,3953 

Bonifacius VIII, Pope 
Liber sextus Decretalium 

Rome, Han and Chardella, 13 

October 1472, 1307 
Rome, Lauer and Pflugl, 24 

October 1472, 1329 
Mainz, Schoeffer, 5 April 1473, 

11 
Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 1473, 

92 
Rome, Han, 24 December 1474, 

1313 
Basel, Wenssler, 8 July 1476, 

1118 
Basel, 10 December 1477, S- 

1118A 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Man then, "16 April" [i.e., 

probably not before 1 9 May] 

1479,1711 
Venice, Jenson, 23-24 November 

1479, 1595, 1596 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 1 2 March 

1482, S-687A 
Milan, J. A. de Honate, 23 July 

1482, 3092 
Venice, Torresanus et socii, 26 

September 1482, 1878, 1879 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 27 

January 1484/5, 2084 



140 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Torresanus and Bartho- 
lomaeus de Blavis, 23 March 

1485, 1885 

Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 22 

May 1486, 2066 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 20 June 

1486, S-704A 

Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 14 
August 1489, 1910 

Strassburg, Griininger, 14 Feb- 
ruary 1491, 168 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 4 No- 
vember- 10 December 1491, 
1934 

Basel, Froben, 1 September 
1494, 1226 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 20 
December 1496, 1943 

— 17 November 1497, 1947 

Venice, Torresanus, 3 September 
1499, 1901 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 4-10 
September 1500, 1955 

Basel, Froben and Amerbach, 1 
December 1500, S-1229A 

Bonihominis, Alfonso 
Libellus Arabicus in malos medicos 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
after 1500?, (2042a) 

Bonvicinus De Ripa 
Vita scholastica 

Venice, Theodorus de Raga- 
zonibus, 7 August 1495, 2416 

Book of Hawking, Hunting, and 
Heraldry 

Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 
1496,3997 

BOSSIUS, DONATUS 
Chronica 

Milan, Zarotus, 1 March 1492, 
3071,3072 



Bossus, Matthaeus 
De instituendo sapientia animo 
Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dictis, 6 November 1495, 
3213 
De veris ac salutaribus animi gaudiis 
Florence, Bonaccorsi, 8 February 
1491,2975,2976 
Epistolae familiares et secundae 
Mantua, Vincentius Bertochus, 9 
November 1498, 3344 
Recuperationes Faesulanae 

Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dictis, 20 July 1493, 3208, 
3209 
Sermo in Jesu Christi passionem 
Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dictis, 11 November 1495, 
3214 

BOTHO, KONRAD 
Cronecken der Sassen 

Mainz, Schoeffer, 6 March 1492, 
25 

Bott, Johannes 

Sermones Socci see Conradus de 
Brundelsheim 

BOTTONUS, BERNARDUS5^ Bernar- 
dus Parmensis 

Bouhic, Henricus 

Distinctiones super quinque libris 

Decretalium 

Lyons, Siber, 1498, 3759 

BOUTILLIER,jEAN 
La somme rurale 

Lyons, Maillet, 14 November 
1494,3807 

Bracciolinus, Poggiuss^ Poggius 
Florentinus 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



141 



Brack, Wenceslaus 
Vocabularius rerum 

Basel, Kollicker, 27 October 

1483, 1201 

Strassburg, Griininger, not after 

1484, 162 

Augsburg, Schonsperger, 23 
December 1495,600 

Bradwardinus, Thomas 
Geometria speculativa 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 20 May 
1495, 3620 

Brant, Sebastian 
De monstruoso partu 

Strassburg, Priiss, after 10 Sep- 
tember 1495, 210 
De origine et conversatione bono- 
rum regum 

Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 1 
March 1495, 1255 
Expositiones omnium titulorum 
legalium 

Basel, Furter, 1 October 1490, 
1242 

— 1 September 1500, 1252 
Klagen, Antworten und Urteile see 

Klagspiegel (Brant edited this 
work in the 16th century but is 
not the author) 
Das Narrenschiff [Latin] 

Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 1 

March 1497, 1258 
Nuremberg, Georg Stuchs, after 

1 March 1497, 816 
Strassburg, Griininger, 1 June 

1497, 180 
Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 1 

August 1497, 1260 

— 1 March 1498, 1261, 1262 
Paris, Philippi, 8 March 1498, 

3677,3678 
Lyons, Sacon, 28 June "1488" 
[i.e., 1498], 3837, 3838 



Turcorum terror et potentia 

Strassburg, Griininger, after 1 
September 1498, 185 
Varia carmina 

Strassburg, Griininger, 1 August 

1498, 184 
Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 1 
May-after 1 September 1498, 
1263 

Brasca, Santo 

Itinerario alia santissima citta di 

Gerusalemme 

Milan, Pachel and Scinzenzeler, 
25 February 1481,3100 

Breidenbach, Bernhard Von see 
Breydenbach 

Breitenbach, Johannes De 
Repetitio [capitulorum V]: De statu 

monachorum et canonicorum 

regularium 

Leipzig, Bottiger, after 22 Nov- 
ember 1496, 1043 
Super titulo: De successionibus ab 

intestato 

Leipzig, Bottiger, 1494, 1040 

Brentius, Andreas 

Caesaris oratio Vesontione ad mi- 

lites habita 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1481/87, 
1385 

Breviarium Fratrdm Prae- 

DIGATORUM 

Basel, Wolff von Pforzheim, 
1492, 1231 

Breviarium Ratisponense [Pars 
Aestivalis] 

Bamberg, Pfeyl, 10 October 
1495,314 



142 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Breydenbach, Bernhard Von 
Peregrinatio in Terram Sanctam 
Mainz, Reuwich, 1 1 February 

1486,31,32 
Speyer, Drach, 29 July 1490, 
859, 860 

— [Dutch] 

Mainz, Reuwich, 24 May 1488, 
33 

— [French] 

Lyons, Topie and Heremberck, 
28 November 1488,3781 

— [German] 

Augsburg, Sorg, 22 April 1488, 

579 
Speyer, Drach, after 1502, (866a) 

Bricot, Thomas 

Cursus quaestionum super philo- 
sophiam Aristotelis 
Freiburg im Breisgau, Piscator, 
ca. 1494, 1093, 1094 
Cursus quaestionum super totam 
logicam 

Freiburg im Breisgau, Piscator, 
ca. 1494, 1092 
Textus abbreviatus in cursum totius 
physices et metaphysicorum Aris- 
totelis 

Paris, Higman and Hopyl, 3-13 
November 1494, 3668 

Britannicus, Gregorius 
Sermones funebres et nuptiales 
Venice, Tacuinus, 1 March 1500, 
2583 

Britannicus, Johannes 
In Persii satiras commentarii 

Brescia, Gabriel (di Pietro) Tar- 

visinus, 14 November 1481, 

3393 

Brito, Guillelmus see Guillelmus 
Brito 



Brocardica Iuris 

Paris, Jehannot, ca. 1495, 3709 
Paris, Le Noir, ca. 1497, 3701 
Paris, Jehannot, ca. 1498,3712 

Bromyard, Johannes De see Jo- 
hannes de Bromyard 

Bronnerde, Philippus De see Jo- 
hannes de Bromyard 

Brudzewo, Albertus De 

Commentum in theoricas plane- 
tarum Georgii Purbachii 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 30 
March 1495, 3131, 3132 

Brunn 

Ius municipale Moraviae 

Nuremberg, Georg Stuchs, ca. 
1498,819 

Brugmannus, Johannes 
Vita S. Lidwinae 

Schiedam, Eponymous printer 

(Otgier Nachtegael?), 1498, 

3911 

Bruno, Henricus, De Piro see 
Piro, Henricus de 

Brunsghwig, Hieronymus 
Ghirurgia 

Strassburg, Griininger, 4 July 
1497, 181 
Kleines Destillierbuch 

Strassburg, Griininger, 8 May 
1500, 189 
Pestbuch 

Strassburg, Griininger, 19 Au- 
gust 1500, 191 

Brunus, Franciscus 
De indiciis et tortura 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, June 
1495, 3576 



AUTHOR/TITLE index 



143 



Brunus Aretinus, Leonardus 
De bello Italico adversus Gothos 
gesto see Procopius Caesariensis 
De primo bello Punico [Italian] 
Venice, Printer of Basilius, De 
vitasolitaria,c2L. 1471, 1599 
De studiis et litteris 

Padua, Cerdonis, 2 March 1483, 
2820 
De temporibus suis 

Venice, Peregrinus de Pasqua- 

Hbus and Dionysius Berto- 

chus, 5 February 1485, 2144 

Epistolarum familiarum libri VIII 

Venice, Eponymous printer, 

1472, 1643A 
Venice, Damianus de Mediolano, 
15 June 1495, 2602 
Historiae Florentini populi [Italian] 
Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, 12 

February 1476, 1650, 1651 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
5 June 1492, 2905,2906 

Brunus Aretinus, Leonardus, 

Pseudo- 
Aquila volante 

Venice, Peregrinus de Pasqua- 
libus, 6 June 1494,2158 

Brutus, Jacobus 
Corona aurea 

Venice, Tacuinus, 15 January 
1496/7, 2568, 2569 

Brutus, Petrus 
Victoria contra Iudaeos 

Vicenza, Bevilaqua, 3 October 
1489,3515 

Bulchasim Benaberazerin see 
Abulkasim 

BULGARINIS, BULGARINUS DE 



Disputatio de testamentis una cum 
Consilio 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 4 
April 1493, 3561 

Bullae et Constitutiones 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1490, 1454A 

Buonsignori, Giovanni 
Urbano see Boccaccio, Giovanni, 
Pseudo- 

BURCHARDUS DE MONTE SlON 
Rudimentum novitiorum see Rudi- 
mentum novitiorum (and see 
Theodor Schwarz, Uber den Ver- 
fasser und die Quellen des Rudi- 
mentum novitiorum [Rostock, 
1888]. Wrongly attributed to 
Burchardus because his Descrip- 
tio Terrae Sanctae is used in this 
work) 

BURCHARDUS URSPERGENSIS 
Historia Friderici imperatoris 
magni 

Augsburg, Monastery of SS. 
Ulrich and Afra, 1472, 550, 
551 

BURCHIELLO 
Sonetti 

Venice, Arnoldus, ca. 1472, 1629 
Bologna, Rugerius, 3 October 

1475,3177 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
before September 1495, 2914 

Buridanus, Johannes 
Quaestiones et dubia in Aristotelis 
Politica 

Paris, Hopyl, ca. 1489, 3666 
Sophismata 

Paris, Denidel and La Barre, ca. 
1496/1500,3714 



144 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Summula de dialectica see Dorp, 
Johannes: Commentum super 
textu Summularium Johannis 
Buridani 

BURLAEUS, GUALTHERUS 
De intensione et remissione for- 
marum 
Venice, Locatellus, 28 November 

1496,2329 
De vita et moribus philosophorum 
Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 

1472,347 
Nuremberg, Koberger, ca. 1472, 

669 
Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

ca. 1477/83, 3919 
Nuremberg, Creussner, 30 June 

1479, 777 
Cologne, Winters, between 17 

March and 20 September 

1479,395 
Expositio in Aristotelis Ethica 
Nicomachea 
Venice, Scotus, 10 May 1481, 

1782 
Expositio in Aristotelis Physica 
Pavia, Christophorus de Canibus, 

24 January 1488,3461 
Venice, Locatellus, 2 December 

1491,2287,2288 
Expositio in artem veterem Por- 
phyrii et Aristotelis 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 1 1 May 

1497, 2706, 2707 

Burley, WALTER see Burlaeus, 
Gualtherus 

Bursfeld, Theodertc see Theo- 
dericus Bursfeldensis 

Busch, Johannes 
Speculum exemplorum see Specu- 
lum exemplorum (May be by 



Busch; cf. Sape van der Woude, 
Johannes Busch [Edam, 1947]: 
154ff.) 

Bustis, Bernardinus De 
Mariale 

Strassburg, Flach, 15 August 
1498, 287 
Rosarium sermonum 

Venice, Arrivabenus, 31 May-16 
August 1498,2141 

Butrio, Antonius De 
Speculum de confessione 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 
ca. 1477/83,3920 
Super primo libro Decretalium 
Venice, Rizus, 21 November-7 
December 1485,2172 



Ca Da Mosto, Alvise 
Portolano see Portolano per tutti i 
naviganti 

Caballus, Franciscus 

De numero partium ac librorum 
physicae doctrinae Aristotelis 
Venice, Matteo Capcasa, ca. 
1490?, 2420 

Caccialupis, Johannes Baptista 

De 
De debitoribus suspectis et fugitivis 
Siena, Henricus de Colonia, 9 
May 1486,3557 
Repetitio legis Diem functo 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 
1493,3570 
Repetitio legis Frater a fratre (Dig. 
12,6.38) 

Bologna, Walbeck, 23 August 
1493,3255 
Repetitio legis Si qua illustris (Cod. 
6,57.5) 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



145 



Bologna, Walbeck, 5 February 
1493,3254 
Repetitio legum Imperium, Iubere 
cavere, More maiorum, Et quia 
Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 1 1 
May 1493,3562 
Tractatus de ludo 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 10 
October 1494, 3573 

Caesar, Cai us Julius 
Commentarii 

Venice, Jenson, 1471, 1558 
Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 8 

April 1478,3046 
Treviso, Manzolus, 30 June 1480, 

3306 
Venice, Scotus, 21 August 1482, 

1783 
Venice, Theodorus de Raga- 
zonibus, 13 July 1490, 2412, 
2413 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 25 

October 1494,2451,2452 
— 13 April 1499, 2468, 2469 
— [Spanish] 

Toledo, Hagenbach, 14 July 
1498,3985 
Commentarii de bello Gallico 
[French] 

Paris, Verard, ca. 1500?, 3636 
Oratio Vesontione ad milites habita 
see Brentius, Andreas 

Caesarius Arelatensis 

De indigna familiaritate extra- 
nearum mulierum et de martyrio 
see Augustinus, Pseudo-: De fuga 
mulierum {and cf. Corpus Christi- 
anorum. Series Latino, 103 
[Turnholti, 1953]: 180-84) 

Caesarius De Heisterbach 
Dialogus miraculorum 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1473, 343 



Caiadus, Henricus 
Eclogae 

Bologna, Justinianus de Ruberia, 
23 July 1496,3259 

Cai eta, Stephanus De see Ste- 
phanus de Caieta 

CAIETANUS De THIENIS see Thienis, 
Gaietanus de 

Calandri, Filippo 
Aritmetica 

Florence, Morgiani, 1 January 
1491/2, 2996 

Calderinus, Domitius 
Commentarii in Martialem 

Rome, Gensberg, 22 March 1474, 

1345 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, after 22 March 
1474, 1668 
Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, 13 
September 1474, 1644 

Calderinus, Johannes 
Concordantia, siue Ambidexterium 

Speyer, Drach, 1481,845 
Repertorium utriusque iuris 

Basel, Wenssler, 12 December 
1474, 1109 

Calendarium, 1486-1504 [Latin] 
Venice, Zeninger, 26 July 1486, 
2192A 

Calendrier Des Bergers 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 18 April 
1493,3617 

Callimachus 
Hymni [Greek] 

Florence, Laurentius (Francisci) 
deAlopa, ca. 1496,2967 



146 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



CAM BAN IS, VlTALIS DE 
Tractatus clausularum 

Venice, Philippus Pincius, 26 
April 1498,2465 

Camers,Johann 

De modo studendi in utroque iure 

epistola 

Rome, Silber, 26 May 1491, 1457 

Cam panus, Johannes Anton i us 
Opera 

Rome, Silber, 31 October 1495, 
1467, 1468, 1469 
Oratio funebris pro Baptista Sfortia 
Cagli, Robertus de Fano and 
Bernardinus de Bergamo, 1 
March 1476, 3530 
Oratio in conventu Ratisponensi 
anno 1471 habita 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1487, 1406 
— ca. 1488/90, 1410 

Campegius, Johannes 
De dote 

Venice, Andreas Calabrensis, 20 
June 1491,2169 

CamporaJacopo 
Dell'immortalita dell'anima 

Vicenza, Longo, 31 March 1477, 
3498 

CANDIDUS DECEMBRIUS, FETRVSsee 

Decembrius 

Can is, Johannes Jacob us 

De modo studendi in utroque iure 

Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 
zoccho, 1 October 1476, 2802 

Briinn, Stahel, 1488, 1280 

Cantalicius, Johannes Baptista 
Epigrammata 

Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 20 
January 1493/4, 2427, 2428 



Canter, Johannes see Kanter, 
Johannes 

Canutus, Benedictus see Knuts- 
son, Bengt 

Caoursin, Guillelmus 

Ad Innocentium papam VIII oratio 
Rome, Plannck, after 28 January 
1485, 1397 

Fondement de l'ordre de la 
chevalerie des Hospitaliers de 
Saint Jehan Baptiste de Iheru- 
salem see Stabilimenta Rho- 
diorum militum [French] 

Historiae (1480-89) 

Ulm, Reger, 24 October 1496, 
927 

Obsidionis Rhodiae urbis descriptio 
Venice, Ratdolt, after 1 9 August 

1480, 1799 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1482, 1435 

CAPELLA, MARTIANUS see Martianus 
Capella 

Capellutus, Rolandus 

De curatione pestiferorum aposte- 

matum 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1481/87, 
1386 

Capranica, Dominicus 

Ars moriendi see Ars moriendi 

Capranica, Nicolaus 
Oratio in funere Bessarionis cardi- 
nalis habita 

Rome, In domo Antonii et Ra- 
phaelis de Vulterris, after 10 
December 1472, 1341 

Capreolus, Johannes 
Quaestiones in quattuor libros 
Sententiarum 

Venice, Scotus, 1483-84, 1789 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



147 



CAPTIVI 

De captivis Christianis 

Augsburg, Froschauer, 1498, 651 

Cara, Petrus 

Oratio ad Alexandrum VI nomine 
Caroli II ducis Sabaudiae habita 
Rome, Plannck, after 21 May 
1493, 1430 

Caracciolus, Robertus 
Collecta magistralia see Collecta 

magistralia 
Opera varia 

Venice, Renner, 1479, 1616, 

1617 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
15 March 1490, 1969 
Sermones de adventu Domini 
Strassburg, Schott, not after 
1487, 147, S-147A 
Sermones de laudibus sanctorum 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 1 
October 1490,2091 
Sermones de timore divinorum 
iudiciorum 

Cologne, Petrus in Altis, de Olpe, 
1478,413,414 
Sermones quadragesimales de 
peccatis 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
11 May 1490, 1970 
Sermones quadragesimales de 
poenitentia 
Venice, Bartholomaeus Cremo- 

nensis, 1472, 1635A 
Venice, Renner, 1472, 1602 
Cologne, Zell, 17 January 1473, 

340 
Basel, Ruppel, not after 1479, 
1106 

Carcano, Michael De 
Sermonarium de commendatione 



virtutum et reprobatione viti- 
orum 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 1 1 
July 1495,3133 
Sermonarium de decern praeceptis 
per quadragesimam 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
between 18 January and 1 
March 1492/3, 1984 
Sermonarium de peccatis per 
adventum et per duas quadra- 
gesimas 

Venice, Renner and Nicolaus de 
Frankfordia, 1476, 1608 
Sermonarium de poenitentia per 
adventum et quadragesimam 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 28 Sept- 
ember 1496, 2140 

Carolus IV, Emperor see Karl IV, 
Emperor 

Carpanis, Domenicus De 
De nutrienda memoria 

Naples, Eponymous printer, after 
16 December 1476, 3277A 

Carpentarius, Alexander see 
Alexander Carpentarius 

Carrara, Johannes Michael 
ALBERTUS see Alberti, Johannes 
Michael 

Cartagena, Alfonso De see Alonso 
de Cartagena 

Carvajal, Bernardinus 
Oratio de eligendo summo pontifice 
Rome, Plannck, after 6 August 
1492, 1426 
Oratio in die Circumcisionis anno 
1484 habita 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1488/90, 
1411 



148 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Cassianus, Johannes 
De institutis coenobiorum 

Basel, Amerbach, after 24 Sep- 
tember 1485, 1160 
Venice, Eponymous printer, 

1491,2486A 
Basel, Amerbach, 1497, 1193 
Die vierundzwanzig goldnen Harf- 
en see Nider, Johannes 

Cassiodorus, Magnus Aurelius 
Expositio in Psalterium 

Basel, Amerbach, 1491, 1173 
Historia ecclesiastica tripartita 
Augsburg, Schussler, ca. 5 

February 1472, 533 
Strassburg, Priiss, after 1500?, 
216 

Castelho, Johannes Lapus De see 
Lapus de Castellione 

Castellione, Lapus De see Lapus 
de Castellione 

Castello, Amadeus Justin us De 
De syndicatu officialium 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 10 
August 1493, 3566 

Cataldus, Saint 
Prophetia [Latin and Italian] 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1497, 2939 

Catharina Senensis, Saint 
Epistole ed orazioni 

Venice, Manutius, 15 [i.e., 19?] 
September 1500, 2687, 2688, 
2689, 2690 
Libro della divina dottrina 

Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 1 7 May 
1494, 2429 
— [Latin] 



Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 
15 April 1496, 3435 

Cato, Dionysius, Pseudo- 
Documenta moralia Catonis 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
1476,889,890 

Cato, Pseudo- 
Disticha Catonis 

Augsburg, Sorg, 2 November 

1475,557 
Basel, Amerbach, 14 June 1486, 

1161 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 1497, 

603 
Lyons, Jean de Vingle, 28 
January 1497/8,3816 

— [English] 

Westminster, Caxton, after 23 
December 1483,3990 

— [Latin and German] 
Leipzig, Lotter, 1499, 1045 
Vienna, Winterburger, ca. 1499, 

1274 

Catullus, Gaius Valerius 
Carmina 

Vicenza, Johannes de Reno and 
Bertochus, 1481, 3500, 3501 
Venice, Tacuinus, 28 April 1496, 
S-2563A 

Cavalca, Domenico 
Frutti della lingua 

Florence, Morgiani, 4 September 
1493, 2999 
Pungi lingua 

Florence, Laurentii, ca. 1476/77, 

2844 
Florence, Morgiani, 8 October 
1490, 2992 
Specchio di croce 

Venice, Guerinus, not after 1476, 
1746 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



149 



Milan, Pachel and Scinzenzeler, 
22 August 1487, 3103 

Caviceus, Jacobus 
De raptu filiae dialogus 

Rome, Besicken, ca. 1494, 1502A 

Cavretto, Pietro see Haedus, 
Petrus 

Cebes, Pseudo- 
Tabula [Greek] 

Florence, Laurentius (Francisci) 
deAlopa, ca. 1496,2968 

Cecchi, Domenico 

Riforma santa per conservazione di 

Firenze 

Florence, Francesco di Dino, 24 
February 1496/7, 2862 



Cecco D'Ascoli 
L'acerba 

Venice, Rizus, 

1487,2175 



1 9 December 



Celsus, Aulus Cornelius 
De medicina 

Florence, Laurentii, 1478, 2846, 

2847, 2848 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 8 July 

1493, 2220, S-2220A 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 6 May 
1497, 2458, 2459, 2460 

Celtes, Conradus 
Oeconomia 

Vienna, Winterburger, ca. 1 500, 
1277 
Panegyris ad duces Bavariae 

Augsburg, Ratdolt, after 31 
August 1492,636 
Septenaria sodalitas litteraria 
Germaniae 

Vienna, Winterburger, 1 500, 
1278 



Censorinus 
De die natali 

Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, 12 May 1497, 3234, 
3235 

Cepio, Coriolanus 
Petri Mocenici imperatoris gesta 
Venice, Maler, Ratdolt, and 
Loslein, 1477, 1730 

Cepolla, Bartholomaeus 
Cautelae 

Lyons, Mathias Huss, 4 February 
1493/4,3765 
De servitutibus urbanorum et rusti- 
corum praediorum 
Perugia, Petrus Petri and Johan- 
nes Nicolai, ca. 1475, 3287 
Pavia, Franciscus Girardengus 
and Birreta, 1 April 1492, 
3457 
De simulatione contractuum 

Milan, J. A. de Honate, 20 April 

1492, 3096 
Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 18 

May 1493,3563 
Pavia, Gerla, 15 February 1498, 
3464 

Cerchhs, Raphael De 
II Birracino 

Florence, Morgiani, 20 April 
1497,3017 

Cermisonus, Antonius 
Consiglio per preservar della peste 
Naples, Hohenstein, ca. 1476, 
3277 
Consilia medica 

Venice, Locatellus, ca. 1495/97, 
2322 
Ricette contro la pestilenza 

Milan, Valdarfer (third press), ca. 
1483/84, 3080 



150 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



CERUTUS, Blancus 
Declamationes 

Padua, Cerdonis, 29 May 1482, 
2817 

Cessolis, Jacobus De 
De ludo scachorum 

Toulouse, Henricus Mayer, ca. 
1494,3847 
— [Italian] 

Florence, Miscomini, 1 March 
1493/4, 2894 

Chaimis, Bartholomaeus De see 
Bartholomaeus de Chaimis 

Chalcondylas, Demetrius see 
Demetrius Chalcondylas 

Champerius, Symphorianus 
In magicarum artium destruc- 
tionem dialogus 

Lyons, Balsarin, 28 August 1498, 
3775 
Janua logicae et physicae 

Lyons, Balsarin, 5 October 1498, 
3776 
Practica in medicina 

Lyons, Jean Marion, ca. 1510/15, 
(3839a) 

Charles VII, King of France 
Pragmatica sanctio, Bourges, 7 July 
1438 
Toulouse, Turner and Parix, ca. 

1477?, 3840 
Lyons, Jean de Vingle, 7 April 
1497,3814 

Chartier, Alain 

La belle dame sans merci 

Rouen, Auzould, ca. 1504/05, 
(3860a) 
Oeuvres 

Paris, Le Caron, ca. 1494, 3674 



Chaucer, Geoffrey 
The Canterbury Tales 

Westminster, Caxton, ca. 1476/ 
77, 3989 

Cherubino Da Siena 
Regola della vita spirituale 

Florence, Jacopo di Carlo, ca. 
1490, 2988 

Chevrerius, Phillipus 
Oratio ad Innocentium VIII 

Rome, Plannck, after 4 February 
1485, 1398 

Chiarini, Giorgio 

Libro che tratta di mercanzie et 

usanze dei paesi 

Florence, Francesco di Dino, 10 
December 1481,2859 

Chieregatus, Leonellus 
Propositio coram Carolo VIII facta 
Rome, Plannck, after 20 January 
1488, 1407 
Sermo in publicatione confoed- 
erationis inter Alexandrum VI et 
Romanorum reges habitus 
Leipzig, Landsberg, after 12 

April 1495, 1030 
Rome, Besicken, after 12 April 
1495, 1503 

Chiromantia 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 
October 1493,2105 

Christiani 

De captivis Christianis see Captivi 
Triumphi Christianorum in Turcos 
see Turci 

Chronicles (Brabant) 
Catalogus et cronica principum et 
comitum Flandriae [Dutch] 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



151 



Antwerp, Rolant van den Dorpe, 
28 February 1497,3945 

Chronicles (Cologne) 

Die Cronica van der hilliger stat van 

Coellen 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Younger, 
23 August 1499, 472, 473 

Chronicles (Louis XI) 
Chroniques de Louis XI 

Lyons, Topie and Heremberck, 
ca. 1488/90, 3782 

Chronicles (Saxony) 
Cronecken der Sassen see Botho, 
Konrad 

Chronicles (Slavica) 
Chronica Slavica 

Liibeck, Matthaeus Brandis, after 
1485, 949 

Cibaldone 

Cibaldone ovvero Libro terzo di 

Almansore 

Vicenza, Achates, ca. 1480, 3485 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius 
De fato; Topica; Timaeus 

Venice, Strata, 11 July 1485, 
1845, 1846 
De finibus bonorum et malorum 
Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, not 
after 9 November 1471, 1518, 
1519,1520 
Venice, Filippo di Pietro, 6 

November 1480, 1665 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 1496, 2520 
Bologna, Caligula de Bazaleriis, 
20 June 1499,3225 
De inventione 

Venice, Jenson, 1470, 1550 
Venice, Filippo di Pietro, 1475, 
1660 



Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 24 

January 1481/2, 1915 
Venice, J. de Gregoriis and 

Jacobus Britannicus, 17 July 

1483, 1962 
De natura deorum 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1471, 1522 
— ; De finibus bonorum et malo- 
rum; De legibus 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 10 December 1494, 

3231,3232 
De officiis 

"Venice, Nicolaus Jenson et socii" 

[i.e., Turin, Johannes Fabri, 

Lingonensis], 6 May 1481[?], 

3517 
Turin, Johannes Fabri, Lingo- 
nensis, 16 July 1481,3518 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 12 

October 1481, 1913 
Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

1483?, 3923 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 13 

March 1484, 1921, 1922 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 

ca. 1488, 2089 
Venice, Locatellus, 27 May 1494, 

2310 
De oratore [and other tracts] 

Venice, Torresanus, 5 March 

1485, 1884A 
Epistolae ad Brutum, ad Quintum 
fratrem, ad Atticum 
Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 

nartz, before 30 August 1470, 

1288 
Venice, Jenson, 1470, 1548 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 12 

June 1499, 2470 
Epistolae ad familiares 

Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 1476, 

1735 



152 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 1 9 

March 1477, 3043 
Venice, Printer of the 1480 

Martial, 1 July 1480, 1853A 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 24 

May 1482, 1917 
Venice, Torresanus and Bartho- 

lomaeus de Blavis, 3 1 January 

1483/4, 1884 
Lyons, Jean de Vingle, 12 March 

1496,3813 
Orationes 

Venice, Adam de Ambergau, 

1472, 1601 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 13 April 1499, 3243 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

13 April-14 May 1499, 2266 
Orationes Philippicae 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1474, 1677 
Vicenza, Henricus de Sancto 

Ursio, 9 June 1488,3507 
Rhetorica vetus see his De inventione 
Scripta philosophica 

Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 

nartz, 27 April-20 September 

1471, 1294 
Reggio Emilia, Bazalerius de 

Bazaleriis, 1498-10 April 

1499,3551 
Tusculanae disputationes 

Venice, J. de Gregoriis et socii, 9 

August 1482, 1961 
Venice, Strata, 5 December 1491, 

1853 
Venice, Tacuinus, 3 February 

1494/5, 2557 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Pseudo- 
De proprietatibus terminorum 

Augsburg, Sorg, 1488, 580 
Rhetorica ad C. Herennium 

Venice, Jenson, 1470, 1549 



Venice, Printer of Augustinus 

Datus, Elegantiolae, ca. 1475, 

1667A 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 1476, 

1736 
Lyons, Suigus and Nicolaus de 

Benedictis, 13 May 1497, 

3828 

Claudianus, Claudius 
Opera 

Vicenza, Jacobus de Dusa, 27 

May 1482,3512 
Venice, Tacuinus, 6 June 1495, 

2559 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
23 May 1500,2400, 2401 

Clemens V, Pope 
Constitutiones 

Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 1470, 

84 
— 21 November 1471,86 
Rome, Han, 31 May 1476, 1316 
Mainz, Schoeffer, 10 September 

1476, 17 
Basel, Wenssler, "2 May 1476" 

[i.e., ca. 1477], 1120 
Rome, Bulle, ca. 1478, 1380 
Speyer, Drach, 21 September 

1481,844 
Venice, Torresanus et socii, 3 

August 1482, 1876, 1877 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 1 5 

November 1484, 2083 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 1 5 March 

1486,704 
Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 13 

June 1486, 2067 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 1 June 

1489, 1909 
Strassburg, Gruninger, 1 9 March 

1491, 169 
Venice, Torresanus, 12 January 

1500, 1902 



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153 



Cleomedes 

De contemplatione orbium excel- 

sorum 

Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 
3 April 1497, 3437 

CLEONIDES 

Harmonicum introductorium 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 3 August 
1497,2529 

COLLECTA MAGISTRALIA 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 1479, 
778 

COLLENUCIUS, PANDULPHUS 
Pliniana defensio adversus Nicolai 
Leoniceni accusationem 
Ferrara, Belfortis, 1493, 2774, 
2775 

Colonna, Egidio see Columna, 
Aegidius 

Columbus, Christophorus 
Epistola de insulis nuper inventis 
Paris, Guy Marchant, after 29 
April 1493, 3618 

Columella, Lucius Junius 

Moderatus 
De re rustica liber X 

Venice, Unassigned, ca. 1481/82, 
2758 
De re rustica liber XI 

Padua, D. S. (Dominicus Sili- 
prandus), ca. 1475,2811 
In De re rustica lib. X commentum 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1490, 1419 

Columna, Aegidius 

De corpore Christi theoremata L 

Bologna, Balthasar de Hyrberia, 

15 September 1481, S-3194A 

De materia caeli et De intellectu 

possibili 



Padua, Hieronymus de Durantis, 
25 September 1493,2831 
De regimine principum 

Augsburg, Zainer, 27 June 1473, 
515 

Rome, Plannck, 9 May 1482, 
1392 

— [Spanish] 

Seville, Ungut and Polonus, 20 
October 1494, 3968 
In Aristotelis Analytica posteriora 
commentum 
Venice, Locatellus, 10 May 1488, 

2271 
— 29 December 1495, 2321 
Venice, Simon de Luere, 1 8 May 
1500,2731 
In Aristotelis De generatione et 
corruptione commentum 
Venice, Stagninus, 20 December 

1493, 2079 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 12 
March 1500, 2715 
In Aristotelis De sophisticis elenchis 
commentum 

Venice, Locatellus, 6 February 
1496/7,2330 

Columna, Aegidius, Pseudo- 
In Aristotelis Analytica priora com- 
mentum 

Venice, Simon de Luere, 27 
September 1499, 2728 

Columna, Franciscus 
Hypnerotomachia Poliphili see 
Eliseo da Treviso 

Columna, Guido De 
Historia destructionis Troiae 

Geneva, Croquet, ca. 1480, 3849 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
ca. 25 May 1489,238 

— [Dutch] see Historia destructionis 
Troiae [Dutch] (not the same 



154 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



work as that composed by this 
author) 

— [German] 

Augsburg, Ambrosius Keller, ca. 
1479, 592 

— [Low German] 

Liibeck, Lucas Brandis, ca. 1478, 
944 

COMMUNIO 

De communione et conversatione 
Iudaeorum et Christianorum 
Basel, Flach, not after 1474, 1 147 

Compagnia Del Rosario 
Statuti 

Florence, Bonaccorsi, after 4 May 
1485, 2969 

Compendium Iuris Canonici 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
9 February 1499, 267 

COMPLAINTE DE L'AME DAMNEE 
Paris, Lotrian, ca. 1520?, (3615a) 

Concilium Basiliense 
Decreta 

Basel, Wolff von Pforzheim, after 
1 March 1499, 1235, 1236 

Concilium Constantiense 
Acta et decreta 

Hagenau, Gran, 11 April 1500, 
1084 

Concoregio, Johannes De 
De aegritudinibus particularibus. 
Summula de curis febrium 
Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, 
1485,3442 

CONFESSIONALE 
Interrogationes et doctrinae 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1495, 1470 



Venice, Manfredus de Bonellis, 
ca. 1495, 2483 

CONFESSIONALE [SPANISH] 
Tratado breve de confesion 

Burgos, Juan de Burgos, ca. 
1499,3983 

CONIURATIO DAEMONUM 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1492, 1428 
Rome, Freitag, ca. 1492/93, 1494 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1500, 1477 

— ca. 1500,1478 

Rome, Besicken, ca. 1500, 1506 

— ca. 1500, 1507 

CONIURATIO MALIGNORUM SPIRI- 
TUUM see Coniuratio daemonum 

Conrad Von Megenberg see Kon- 
rad von Megenberg 

Conradus 

De disciplina scholarium see Boe- 
thius, Pseudo- (and see Paul Leh- 
mann, Pseudo- Antike Literatur des 
Mittelalters [Berlin, 1927]: 27-28) 

Conradus De Brundelsheim 
Sermones de Sanctis 

Reutlingen, Greyff, not after 
1478, 962, 963 
Sermones de tempore 

Deventer, Pafraet (first press), 

1480,3878 
Strassburg, Gruninger, 1 2 Febru- 
ary 1484, 160 

Conradus De Halberstadt the 
Younger 

Mensa philosophica see Mensa phi- 
losophica (and see Kaeppeli no. 
773; not to be confused with 
Conradus de Halberstadt the 
Elder's Responsorium curiosorum, 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



155 



sine Mensa philosophica) 

Conradus De Mure 

Fabularius, seu Repertorium voca- 

bulorum 

Basel, Ruppel, ca. 1473/74, 1104 

Conradus De Saxonia see Holz- 
inger, Conradus 

Conradus Turicensis 
De cometis see Schleusinger, Eber- 
hard 

Consilium Patrisad Iuvenes 
Leipzig, Printer of Capotius, ca. 
1488, 1022 

Consobrinus, Johannes 
De iustitia commutativa 

Paris, Martineau, 1 June 1483, 
3607 

Constantinus Magnus, Pseudo- 
Donatio Constantini 

Leipzig, Bottiger, ca. 1494, 1041 

Conti, Giusto De' 
La bella mano 

Bologna, Scipio Malpiglius, 1472, 
3173,3174 

Conti, Lotharius De see Inno- 
centius III, Pope 

Contractus 

De contractibus et vitalitiis 

Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 
Ariminensis, not after 1473, 
106 

Contrasto Del Vivo e Del 
Morto 

Florence, Unassigned, ca. 1505?, 
(3035a) 



Contrasto Di Carnesciale e 
DellaQuaresima 
Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1492/95, 
2997 

Coplas Hechas Sob re el Casa- 
miento De La Hija Del Rey 
D'Espana 

Burgos, Biel, not before 
September 1496,3981 

Cornazzano, Antonio 
Dell'arte militare 

Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
8 November 1493 [i.e., not 
before 3 January 1493/4], 
2380 
La vita di Cristo 

Venice, Eponymous printer, 
1472, 1643B 

Cornelius Nepos see Nepos, Cor- 
nelius 

CORNEUS, PETRUS PHILIPPUS 
Lectura in librum sextum Codicis 
Perugia, Vydenast, 14 June 1477, 
3289 

CORNU Copiae see Thesaurus Cor- 
nu copiae 

Corona Beatae Mariae Virgin is 
Strassburg, Printer of the 1483 

Vitas patrum, ca. 1485, 159 
Ferrara, Laurentius de Rubeis, 
1497?, 2787 

Corona Mystica Beatae Mariae 
Virginis 

Paris, Le Caron, not before 1492, 
3673 



156 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Corpus Iuris Civilis 
Codex Justinianus 

Mainz, Schoeffer, 26 January 
1475, 14 

Venice, Jenson, ca. 1479, 1597 

Lyons, Siber, 23 November 1482, 
3752 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 30 Janu- 
ary 1488, 710, 711 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 22 
March 1490, 1930 

Venice, Arrivabenus, 12 August 
1491,2128 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 31 
July 1495, 1937 

— 29 July 1496, 1941 
Lyons, Siber, after 1500?, 3761 

Digesta Justiniani. Digestum novum 

Rome, Apud Sanctum Marcum 
(Puecher), 30 March 1476, 
1362 

Padua, Maufer, 1479, 2808 

Milan, J. A. de Honate, 25 July 
1482,3093 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 20 April 
1483,695 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 12 
February 1488/9, 1951 

Venice, Andreas Calabrensis, 30 
April 1491,2168 
Digesta Justiniani. Digestum vetus 

Venice, Jenson, ca. 1478/80, 1591 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 22 No- 
vember 1482,691 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 4 Au- 
gust 1488, 1928 

Venice, Novimagio, 14 Novem- 
ber 1489, 1764A 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 1 De- 
cember 1490, 1931 

— 31 October 1494, 1936 

— 5 October 1498, 1949 
Digesta Justiniani. Infortiatum 

Rome, Apud Sanctum Marcum 



(Puecher), 13 April 1475, 

1360 
Padua, Maufer, 1479, 2809 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 8 

April 1488, 1927 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 30 August 

1490,2126 

— 3 March 1494,2132 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 16 

February 1497/8, 1948 

— 17 March 1500, 1953 
Justiniani institutiones 

Mainz, Schoeffer, 23 May 1476, 

16 
Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, 4 July 

1476, 1655 
Basel, Wenssler, "31 May 1476" 

[i.e.,ca. 1477], 1121 
Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, 20 July 

1478, 1658 
Basel, Wenssler, 31 July 1478, 

1122 
Venice, Jenson, ca. 1478/80, 1592 
Venice, Nicolaus de Benedictis et 

socii, 1481, 1958 
Rome, Plannck, 23 October 1483, 

1392A 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 27 De- 
cember 1486, 707, 708 
Basel, Wenssler, 1486, 1135 
Basel, Kesler, ca. 1487/88, 1208, 

1209 
Strassburg, Griininger, 15 June 

1491, 170 
Venice, Stagninus, 5 December 

1494, 2080 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 1 

March 1497, 1944 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 

10 March 1499, 2036 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 4 

April 1499, 1952 
Libri feudorum [German] 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 1493, 637 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



157 



Augsburg, Zeissenmair, 1494, 
646 
Novellae etc. 

Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, 16 
January 1477/8, 1657 
Novellae constitutiones 

Venice, Nicolaus Rubeus, 26 

April 1479, 1779 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 3 

November 1497, 1945 
— 3 November 1497 [i.e., after 3 
November 1497], 1946 



Costa, Stephanus 
De consanguinitate et affinitate 
Pavia, Martinus de Lavalle, 3 
August 1489, 3466 

COUTUMES D'ANJOU ET DU MAINE 

[French] 

Paris, Levet, 12 May 1486, 3637 

Coutumes De Bourgogne 

Lyons, Unassigned, ca. (or after?) 
1500?, 3839 



Correctorium Quottarum Ca- 

NONUM ET CAPITULORUM DE- 
CRETI see Gratianus 

Corsettus, Antonius 
Consilium de monte pietatis 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
after 15 September 1493, 
1988 
Tractatus ad status fratrum Jesu- 
atorum confirmationum 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
22 September 1495,2022 

Cortes De Cataluna 

Capitols i actes de la Cort primera 

de Barcelona, 8 octubre 1481 

Barcelona, Posa, after 8 October 
1481,3948 

— After 5 November 1481, 3950 
Capitols i ordinacions sobre los 

drets del general 

Barcelona, Posa, after 8 October 
1481,3949 

Cortesius, Alexander 

De laudibus Matthiae Corvini 

poemation 

Rome, Silber, between 1 7 August 
1487 and April 1488, 1447 



Coutumes De Bretaigne 

Rouen, Martin Morin, 10 Janu- 
ary 1492, 3859 

Coutumes De Normandie 

[French] 

Rouen, Le Forestier, ca. 1497, 
3862 
— [French-Latin] 

Paris, Du Pre, 1483, 3603, 3604 

Coutumes De Poitou [French] 
Paris, Bocard (and Baligault?), 10 
April 1500/1,3687 

Crastonus, Johannes 
Lexicon Graeco-Latinum 

Vicenza, Dionysius Bertochus, 10 

November 1483,3513 
Venice, Manutius, December 

1497,2655,2656,2657 
Modena, Bertochus, 20 October 
1499-not before 5 July 1500, 
3526, 3527 
Lexicon Latino-Graecum 

Reggio Emilia, Dionysius Berto- 
chus and Marcus Antonius de 
Bazaleriis, 1497,3550 

Creatio Adae et Formatio Evae 
De Costa Eius see Adam 



158 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



CRESCENTIIS, Petrus De 
La maniere de enter et planter en 
jardins see Maniere de enter et 
planter en jardins 
Ruralia commoda 

Augsburg, Schussler, ca. 16 

February 1471,528 
Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

ca. 1477/83,3921 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

9 March 1486,229 
Speyer, Drach, ca. 1490/95, 862 

— [German] 

Speyer, Drach, 1 October 1493, 

865 
— ca. 1495,866 

— [Italian] 

Vicenza, Achates, 17 February 

1490, 3486 
Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 3 1 May 

1495, 2433 

Creussner, Friedrich 
Biicheranzeige see Volentes emere 

libros infrascriptos veniant ad 

locum subscriptum 

Crispus De Montibus, Johannes 
Repetitio de heredibus et de gradi- 

bus 

Venice, Hamann, 19 October 
1490,2230 

Crottus, Bartholomaeus 
Epigrammata et elegiae 

Reggio Emilia, Ugo Rugerius, 1 
October 1500,3552 

Cruce, Petrus De see Petrus de 
Cruce 

CULTRIFIC1S, ENGELBERTUS 
Defensorium privilegiorum fratrum 
mendicantium 



Vienna, Winterburger, ca. 1499/ 
1500, 1276 

CURTIUS RUFUS, QUINTUS 

Historiae Alexandri Magni 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, ca. 

1471, 1525 
Milan, Zarotus, 26 March 1481, 

3061 
Verona, Printer of Augurellus, 18 

August 1491, 3385 
Venice, Tacuinus, 17 July 1494, 

2553 
— 2 December 1496, 2567 

— [Italian] 

Florence, Apud Sanctum Jacob- 
urn de Ripoli, 1478,2838 

— [Spanish] 

Seville, Ungut and Polonus, 16 
May 1496, 3971 

Cyprianus 
Opera 

Venice, Lucas Dominici f., 4 

December 1483, 1797 
Stuttgart, Printer of the Erwah- 
lung Maximilians, ca. 1486, 
1071 

Cyrillus, Pseudo- 
Speculum sapientiae 

Strassburg, Eggestein, not after 

1475, 97 
Basel, Wenssler, ca. 1475, 1115, 
1116 

— [German] 

Augsburg, Sorg, 25 May 1490, 
583 



Daniel 

Somnia Danielis [1st recension] 
Padua, D. S. (Dominicus Sili- 
prandus), ca. 1480,2812 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



159 



Memmingen, Kunne, ca. 1496?, 
989 

— [2d recension] 

Rome, Silber, ca. 1492?, 1460 

— [3d recension] 

Vienna, Winterburger, after 
1500?, 1279 

Danse Macabre [French] 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 15 April-22 
May 1492[?],3616 

DanteAlighieri 
La Commedia 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1477, 1738, 1739 

Milan, L. and A. Pedemontani, 
27 September 1477-1 March 

1478, 3090 

Venice, Filippo di Pietro, before 

6 May 1478, 1663 
Florence, Laurentii, 30 August 

1481,2851,2852,2853,2854 
Venice, Scotus, 23 March 1484, 

1790, 1791, 1792,S-1792A 
Brescia, Boninus de Boninis, 3 1 

May 1487, 3403 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 3 

March 1491, 2094, 2095 
Venice, Petrus de Plasiis, 18 

November 1491, 1777 
Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 23 

November 1493, 2425, 2426 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 1 1 

October 1497, 2492 
Convivio 

Florence, Bonaccorsi, 20 Sep- 
tember 1490, 2972, 2973 

Dares Phrygius 

De excidio Troiae historia 

Cologne, Eponymous printer, 

not after 1472,364 
Venice, Florentius de Argentina, 
ca. 1472, 1627 



Rome, Plannck, ca. 1488, 1409 

Dati, Giuliano 

II secondo can tare dell' India 

Rome, Besicken and Mayer, 
between 1 1 August 1494 and 
10 August 1495, 1501 

Dati, Gregorio 

La sfera see Dati, Leonardo 

Dati, Leonardo 
La sfera 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1488/90, 2902 

David Ben Joseph Ben David 

Abudraham 
Perush ha-berakot ve ha-tefilot 
[Commentary on the Book of 
prayers] 

Lisbon, Eliezer Toledano, 25 
November 1489, Heb-32, 
Heb-33 

David De Augusta 

De exterioris et interioris hominis 

compositione 

Deventer, Pafraet (first press), ca. 
1480/85, 3879 

De Captivis Christianis see Cap- 
tivi 

De COMETIS see Schleusinger, Eber- 
hard 

De Communione et Conver- 
satione Iudaeorum et Chri- 
STIANORUM see Communio 

De Contractibus et Vitalitiis see 
Contractus 

De Futuris Christianorum Tri- 
umphis in Turcos et Sara- 
CENOS see Turci 



160 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



DECEMBRIUS, Petrus Candidus 
De genitura hominis 

Rome, Guldinbeck, ca. 1475, 
1368 

Decisiones Rotae Romanae 
Rome, Lauer, 21 August-20 

November 1475, 1333 
Mainz, Schoeffer, 4 January 

1477, 18 
Cologne, Zell, 18 April 1477, 344 

Decius, Philippus 
Repetitio super rubrica De pro- 
bationibus 

Pescia, Printer of Canaro, De 
materia excusatoris, 7 August 
1490,3581 

Declaratio Titulorum Lega- 

LIUM 

Leipzig, Moritz Brandis, 14 July 
1489, 1035 

Defensorium Fidei Contra 
ludaeos haereticos et 
Sarracenos 

Utrecht, Ketelaer and De 
Leempt, 1474, 3865 

Demetrius Chalcondylas 
Erotemata [Greek] 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 
ca. 1493,3127 

DENIS Le CHARTREUX see Dionysius 
Cartusianus 

Derrames, Johannes 

Carmina de conditionibus medi- 

cinarum solutivarum 

Padua, Cerdonis, after 4 July 
1487,2826 

DESTRUCTIO TURCIAE see Turci 



Destructorium Vitiorum see 
Alexander Carpentarius 

Destructorium Vitiorum see 
Dialogus creaturarum moral- 
isatus (not to be confused with 
the Destructorium vitiorum of Alex- 
ander Carpentarius) 

Dialogus Creaturarum Mora- 
lisatus 

Gouda, Leeu, 3 June 1480, 3872 
— 31 August 1482, 3874 
Geneva, Belot, 1500, 3851 

Dialogus Inter Clericum et 
Militem 

Cologne, Goetz, ca. 1475, 404 
Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
ca. 1497, 458 

Dialogus Inter Disgipulum et 

Magistrum 
Dialogus de ruina populi Christiani 

ex Turcorum victoria 

Memmingen, Kunne, 5 March 
1494,985 

Diaz De Montalvo, Alonso 
Ordenanzas reales 

Seville, Compafieros alemanes, 4 
April 1495, 3965 
Repertorium quaestionum super 
Nicolaum de Tudeschis 
Nuremberg, Koberger, ca. 1485, 

703 
Basel, Amerbach, 1488?, 1164 
Secunda compilatio legum et ordi- 
nationum regni Castellae 
Seville, Ungut and Polonus, 10 
February 1496, 3790 

DICTYS CRETENSIS 
Historia Troiana 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



161 



Messina, Schonberger, 7-20 May 

1498, 3534 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 

1 February- 1 March 1499, 

2395, 2396 

Diedus, Franciscus 
Vita S. Rochi 

Milan, Magniagus, after 1 June 
1479,3111 

Mainz, Friedberg, ca. 1494/95, 44 

DlEL, FLORENTIUS 
Modernorum summulae logicales 
Speyer, Drach, not before 1489, 
858 

Dietrich Von Bursfeld see Theo- 
dericus Bursfeldensis 

Dinus De Garbo 

Expositio super tertia, quarta, et 

parte quintae fen IV. libri Avi- 

cennae 

Venice, Hamann, 4 December 
1499,2246 

Dinus De Mugello 
De regulis iuris 

Rome, Apud Sanctum Marcum 

(Puecher), 28 November 

1476, 1364 
Venice, Andreas Calabrensis, 10 

June 1484, 2164 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 

25 April 1486, 1966 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 10 

March 1489, 1929 

Dio Chrysostomus 
De Troia non capta 

Cremona, Misintis and Caesar 
Parmensis, 22 July 1492, 
3386 
Paris, Baligault, 1494, 3691 



Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 
18-23 July 1499, 2619,2620 
Paris, Denidel, ca. 1500, 3718 

DlODORUS SlGULUS 
Bibliothecae historicae libri VI 
Bologna, Azoguidus, 1472, 3171 
Venice, Paltasichis, 31 January 

1476/7, 1742 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 25 

November 1481, 1903 
Venice, Tacuinus, 20 September 
1496, 2564, 2565 

Diogenes Cunigus see Diogenes 
Sinopensis, Pseudo- 

Diogenes Laertius 
Vitae et sententiae philosophorum 
Venice, Jenson, 14 August 1475, 

1575, 1576, 1577 
Brescia, Johannes Britannicus, 23 

November 1485, 3406 
Venice, Locatellus, 18 December 

1490, 2285, 2286 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pas- 

qualibus, 19 July 1493, 2154, 

2155 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 22 

June 1497, 2461, 2462, 2463 
Paris, Guy Marchant?, not before 

1505, (3631a) 
Paris, Jean Marchant, ca. 1509, 

(3631b) 
— [Italian] 

Venice, Celerius, 9 December 

1480, 1859 
Florence, Jacopo di Carlo, 24 

October 1489, 2987 

Diogenes Sinopensis, Pseudo- 
Epistolae 

Florence, Francisci, 22 June 
1487, 2989 



162 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Tommaso di Piasi, "22 
June 1487" [i.e., 1492], 2547 

DlOMEDES 

Ars grammatica 

Venice, Jenson, ca. 1475, 1580 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
4 June 1491, 2378 

DlONYSIUS AREOPAGITA, PSEUDO- 
Opera 

Paris, Higman and Hopyl, 6 
February 1498/9, 3672 

dlonysius de burgo sangti 

Sepulcri 
Commentarii in Valerium Maxi- 
mum 

Strassburg, R-Printer, not after 
1475,74,75,76 
— [German] 

Augsburg, Sorg, 16 February 
1489,581 

DlONYSIUS CARTUSIANUS 
De quattuor novissimis 

Delft, Jacob Jacobszoon van der 
Meer, 26 January 1487, 3870 
Exhortationes novitiorum 

De venter, Pafraet (second press), 
1491,3886 
Specula omnis status vitae humanae 
Nuremberg, Wagner, 28 January 
1495,807,808 

DlONYSIUS CARTUSIANUS, PSEUDO- 

Speculum animae peccatricis see 
Speculum animae peccatricis 

DlONYSIUS HALICARNASSENSIS 
Antiquitates Romanae 

Treviso, Celerius, 24 February 
1480,3316,3317,3318 

Reggio Emilia, Franciscus de 



Mazalibus, 12 November 
1498,3541,3542 

DlONYSIUS PERIEGETES 
Orbis descriptio 

Venice, Maler, Ratdolt, and 

Loslein, 1477, 1731, 1732 
Venice, Renner, 1478, 1611, 

1612 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 

1498,2391,2392,2393 
Paris, Wolf and Kerver, 22 June 

1499,3681 

DlOSCORIDES 

De materia medica [Greek] 

Venice, Manutius, July 1499, 
2681,2682 

DlRECTORIUM STATUUM, SEU VE- 
RIUS TRIBULATIO Saeculi 
Strassburg, Attendorn, after 25 
October 1489, 292 

Dives and Pauper see Parker, 
Henry 

DOCTRINAL DES FlLLES 

Paris, Trepperel, ca. 1495, 3688 

Domenico Mario Da No vara see 
Dominicus Maria de Novaria 

Domenico Da Pescia 
Epistola ai fanciulli fiorentini 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 3 September 1497, 2932 

Dominicis, Dominicus De 
De reformationibus Romanae Cu- 
riae 

Brescia, Farfengus, 13 March 
1495,3429 

Dominicus De Flandria 
Quaestiones in commentaria Tho- 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



163 



mae de Aquino super Meta- 
physicis Aristotelis 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 20 
August 1499, 2499, 2500 

Dominicus Maria De Novaria 
Prognosticon, 1484 

Rome, Schoemberger, 1483?, 
1489 

Dominicus De Sangto Geminiano 
Super sexto Decretalium 

Speyer, Drach, not after 1479, 

840 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 22 
December 1495-1 March 
1496 [i.e., after 1 March 
1496], 1939 

— [pars prima] 

Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, 10 
September 1476, 1656 

— [pars secunda] 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 18 November 1477, 
1700 

Donatio Constantini see Constan- 
tinus Magnus, Pseudo- 

Donatus,Aelius 
Ars minor 

Nuremberg, Greussner, ca. 

1485/90,783 
Germany, Xylographic, ca. 

1490?, 2 
Venice, Tacuinus, 3 August 1497, 
2571 
Rudimenta grammatices 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 
after 1500, (2111a) 

Dondis, Jacobus De 
Aggregator, siue De medicinis sim- 

plicibus 

Strassburg, R- Printer, ca. 1470, 
68 



Dorlandus, Petrus 
Viola animae 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
29 May 1499, 464 

Dorp, Johannes 

Commentum super textu Summu- 
larium Johannis Buridani 
Lyons, Carcain, 21 June 1499, 
3770 

Dubois, Pierre see Petrus de Bosco 

Duns Scotus, Johannes 
Quaestiones in Aristotelis Meta- 
physicam 
Venice, Locatellus, 20 November 

1497, 2339, 2340 
Venice, Hamann, 20 August 
1499, 2244 
Quaestiones in primum librum 
Sententiarum 

Venice, Eponymous printer, 19 
November 1472, 1641 
Quaestiones in quartum librum 
Sententiarum 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 1476?, 1693, 1694 
Quaestiones in quattuor libros 
Sententiarum 

Venice, Herbort, 10-22 Nov- 
ember 1481, 1867 
Quaestiones in Universalia Por- 
phyrii 

Venice, Locatellus, 20 December 
1492,2297 
Quaestiones quodlibetales 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 7 October 1477, 
1699 

Duns Scotus, Johannes, Pseudo- 
Quaestiones in Aristotelis libros De 

elenchis 

Venice, Hamann, 3 October 
1499, 2245 



164 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



DURANTI, GUILLELMUS 

Rationale divinorum officiorum 
Rome, Han and Chardella, 23 

June 1473, 1308 
Vicenza, Liechtenstein, 1478, 

3494 
Treviso, Manzolus, 1479, 3304 
Strassburg, Husner (first press), 

ca. 1479, 128 
Vicenza, Liechtenstein, 1480, 

3496 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 6 No- 
vember 1481,685 
Venice, Georgius Walch, 18 May 

1482, 1781 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

not after 6 October 1484, 219 
Venice, Guilelmus Anima Mia, 20 

November 1487, 21 95A 
Basel, Kesler, 17 July 1488, 1211 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

1 September 1488, 236 
— 19 July 1493,252 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 14 March 

1494,2515 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 30 

September 1494, 744 
Speculum iudiciale 

Rome, Lauer and Pflugl, 15 

March 1474, 1330, 1331 
Venice, Arrivabenus and De 

Paganinis, 6 June-10 Septem- 
ber 1488,2122 

Dusch, Hans Erhard see Tiisch, 
Hans Erhart 



ECBERTUS SCHONAUGIENSIS 
Soliloquium see Augustinus, Pseudo- 

ElCHSTATT 

Statuta synodalia see Statuta syno- 
dalia Eystettensia 



Eire Von Repgow 
Sachsenspiegel, pt. 1 

Leipzig, Moritz Brandis, 30 

August 1488, 1034 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 24 
March 1496, 601 
— pt.2 

Germany, Printer "B. R.," before 

16 December 1482, 1102 
Augsburg, Sorg, 16 December 

1482,570 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 9 
October 1499, 609 
Spiegel van Sassen 

Gouda, Leeu, 20 April 1479, 
3871 

Elegantiarum Viginti Praegepta 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 1497, 
604 

Elias of Trikingham 
De disciplina scholarium see Boe- 
thius, Pseudo- 

Eliseo Da Treviso 
Hypnerotomachia Poliphili 

Venice, Manutius, December 
1499, 2685, 2686 

Elucidatio De Arbore Affi- 
nitatis see Zittart, Hermannus 
{and see Kaeppeli no. 1884) 

Elysius, Johannes 

Mirabilia Puteolorum see Puteoli 

Emiliano, Giovanni Stefano see 
Aemilianus, Quintius 

Ephrem Syrus 
Sermones selecti [Latin] 

Florence, Miscomini, 23 August 
1481,2863 

Rome, Silber, ca. 1490, 1455 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



165 



Freiburg im Breisgau, Piscator, 
not after 1491, 1087 

Epistola De Miseria Curatorum 
Augsburg, Sorg, ca. 1490, 584 

Epistolae Diversorum Philoso- 
phorum,Oratorum,Rhetorum 
[Greek] 
Venice, Manutius, 29 March-not 

before 17 April 1499, 2674, 

2675, 2676, 2677 

Epistolae Illustrium Virorum 
Lyons, Nicolaus Wolf, 13 Febru- 
ary 1499, 3832 

Epistolae Magni Turci see Zac- 
chia, Laudivius, Vezzanensis 

Erasmus, Desiderius 
Collectanea adagiorum 

Paris, Philippi, after 15 June 
1500,3682 

Errores Iudaeorum ex Talmud 
Extracti 

Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 
509,510 

Eruditorium Poenitentiale 
Paris, Caillaut, ca. 1490?, 3613 

Eschuid, Johannes 
Summa astrologiae iudicialis 

Venice, Santritter, 7 July 1489, 
2368A, 2368B, 2368C 

ESTWOOD, John see Eschuid, Jo- 
hannes 

Etymologicum Magnum Grae- 
cum 

Venice, Callierges, 8 July 1499, 
2743, 2744, 2745, 2746 



Euclides 
Elementa 

Venice, Ratdolt, 25 May 1482, 
1805, 1806, 1807 

Eusebius Caesariensis 
Chronicon 

Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, ca. 

1474/76, 3037 
Venice, Ratdolt, 13 September 

1483, 1817, 1818 
De evangelica praeparatione 

Venice, Jenson, 1470, 1551, 

1552, 1553 
Venice, Leonhardus Aurl, 1473, 

1634, 1635 
Treviso, Manzolus, 12 January 

1480,3305 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 3 1 

May 1497,2109 
Historia ecclesiastica 

Strassburg, Eggestein, not after 

1475, 98 
Mantua, Schallus, not before 1 5 

July 1479,3341,3342 
Strassburg, Husner (second 

press), 14 March 1500, 304 

Eusebius Cremonensis, Pseudo- 
Epistola de morte Hieronymi 
Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 326, 327 
Blaubeuren, Mancz, ca. 1475/77, 

954 
Passau, Mayr, 26 July 1482, 995 
— [Italian] 

Florence, Francesco di Dino, 13 
February 1492/3,2861 

Evrardus De Valle Scholarium 
Sermones de Sanctis [and] Ser- 
mones dominicales super Evan- 
gelia et Epistolas see Hugo de 
Prato Florido, Pseudo- {and cf. 
Kaeppelino. 1979) 



166 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



EXHORTATIO DE CELEBRATIONE 
MlSSAE 
Esslingen, Fyner, 1473, 928 

Expositio Hymnorum see Hymni 

Expositio Officii Missae Sacri- 
que Canon is see Stor, Nikolaus 

Eyb, Albrecht Von 
Ehebiichlein 

Augsburg, Bamler, 1474, 542 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 20 
April 1482,595 
Margarita poetica 

Nuremberg, Sensenschmidt, 2 

December 1472, 663 
Strassburg, Husner (First press), 

not after 1479, 127 
Venice, Theodorus de Raga- 
zonibus, 1 February 1487, 
2408, 2409 
Basel, Amerbach, 1495, 1188 



Faber De Budweis, Wenzel 
Almanac, 1492 [Latin] 

Leipzig, Landsberg, 1491, 1025 
Almanac, 1496 [German] 

Ingolstadt, Kachelofen, 1495, 
1072 
Practica siue prognosticatio anni 

1492 [Low German] 

Liibeck, Ghotan, 1491, 947 
Tabulae solis et lunae coniunc- 

tionum 

Leipzig, Landsberg, before 13 
June 1497, 1033 

Faber De Werdea, Johannes 
Proverbia metrica [Latin-German] 
Leipzig, Landsberg, ca. 1493, 
1029 



Fabianus De Monte Sangti Sabini 
see Giocchis, Fabianus de 

Fabri, Johannes 
Planctus ruinae ecclesiae 

Memmingen, Kunne, ca. 1488/ 
91,S-980A 

Facetus 

Liber docens mores hominum 
[Latin] 

Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 
1496,3893 
— [Latin-German] 

Basel, Wolff von Pforzheim, 
1498, 1233, 1234 

Faginus, Johannes Seicius see 
Seicius Faginus, Johannes 

Falcutius, Nicolaus 
Sermones medicinales 

Venice, Stagninus, 24 December 
1490-8 October 1491, 2077 

Fanckel, Johannes 
Summarium textuale et con- 
clusiones super Clementinas 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 27 
October 1484,376 
Summarium textuale et con- 
clusiones super Sextum 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 1 
February 1485,377 
Usus feudorum 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 
after 21 February 1486, 380 

Farinator, Matthias 

Lumen animae see Lumen animae 
(This text may have been com- 
piled by Gotfridus canonicus 
Vorowensis about 1332 but has 
been wrongly ascribed to Farin- 
ator, who was employed by the 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



167 



Augsburg printer Anton Sorg to 
make the index for his 1477 edi- 
tion. Cf. M. A. and R. H. Rouse, 
"The Texts Called Lumen anime" 
Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum 
41 [1971]: [5]-U3) 

FELICIANUS see Petrus de Ilperinis 
Romanus 

Fenestella, Lucius see Floccus, 
Andreas 

Ferdinand II, King of Aragon 
Confirmacio de la pragmatica sobre 

les immunitats i llibertats de les 

esglesies 

Barcelona, Johannes Rosenbach, 

after 23 April 1496 [i.e., 

Barcelona, Carles Amoros, ca. 

1520], (3956a) 

Sentencia en la cuestio entre los 

senyors de remensa y els pagesos 

Barcelona, Pere Miguel, ca. 

1493? [i.e., Barcelona, Jaume 

de Vingles or Duran Sal- 

vanyach,ca. 1520/25], (3955a) 

Sentencia real sobre les differencies 

per causa de les turbacions pas- 

sades 

Barcelona, Posa, after 5 No- 
vember 1481,3951 

Barcelona, Luschner, after 1500 
[i.e., Barcelona, Carles 

Amoros, ca. 1525/30], (3956b) 

Ferdinandus et Isabella, Reges 

Hispanienses 
Leyes hechas por la brevedad y 

orden de los pleitos see Leyes 

hechas por la brevedad y orden 

de los pleitos 



Fernandez De Santaella, Rod- 

rigo 
Oratio habita in die Parasceve anno 
1477 

Rome, Printer of Antoninus, De 
censuris, after 4 April 1477, 
1377 

Ferrariis, Johannes Petrus De 
Practica nova iudicialis 

Strassburg, Eggestein, not after 

1472, 89 
Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, not 

after 28 July 1473, 1541 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 28 Febru- 
ary 1482, 687 

Ferrariis, Theophilus De 
Propositiones ex omnibus Aristotelis 

libris excerptae 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 3 
August 1493, 1986, 1987 

Ferrariis De Gradibus, Johannes 

Matthaeus De 
Opera medica 

Pavia, Franciscus Girardengus, 
27 May 1497,3458 

Ferrerius, Vincentius, Saint 
Sermones de Sanctis 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 3 
March 1488,3114 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 
Venice, Pentius, 25 July-12 Nov- 
ember 1496, 2694 
Sermones de tempore. Pars hiemalis 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 1492, 720 

Ferrerius, Vincentius, Saint, 

Pseudo- 
De fine mundi [German] 

Augsburg, Sorg, 1486, 577 



168 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Festus, "Magister Memoriae" 
Breviarium see Rufus, Sextus, 
Pseudo-: De historia Romana 
{and see The Breviarium of Festus, a 
Critical Edition with Historical 
Commentary by J. W. Eadie [Lon- 
don, 1967]: 1-9) 

Festus, Sextus Pompeius 
De verborum significatione 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 24 December 1474, 
1674 
Venice, Printer of Pomponius 

Mela, 1478, 1766, S-1766A 
Parma, Printer of Hieronymus, 
Epistolae, 1480,3363 

Ficinus, Marsilius 
Commentaria V perpetua in Pla- 
tonem 

Florence, Laurentius (Francisci) 
de Alopa, 2 December 1496, 
2963 
Consiglio contro la pestilenza 
Florence, Apud Sanctum Jaco- 
bum de Ripoli, not before 6 
July 1481,2840 
De Christiana religione 

Florence, Laurentii, between 10 
November and 10 December 
1476,2843 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 1500, 
2717 
— [Italian] 

Pisa, Lorenzo [de Cennis?] and 
Angelo di Firenze, 2 June 
1484,3554 
De sole. De lumine 

Florence, Miscomini, 3 1 January 
1493,2890 
De triplici vita 

Florence, Miscomini, 3 December 
1489,2874,2875,2876 



Paris, Wolf, not after 1496, 3676 

Venice, Pelusius, Bracius, Bisso- 
lus, and Mangius, 1498, 2738, 
2739 

Basel, Amerbach, not after 1498, 
1196, 1197 
Epistolae 

Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 11 
March 1495, 2431, 2432 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 24 Febru- 
ary 1497, 752, 753, 754 
Platonica theologia de immortalitate 

animorum 

Florence, Miscomini, 7 Nov- 
ember 1482, 2866, 2867 

Fidelis, Cassandra 
Oratio pro Bertucio Lamberto 
Nuremberg, Wagner, after 22 
November 1489, 801 

FlERA, BAPTISTA 

Coena, siue De cibariorum virtu- 

tibus 

Rome, Silber, ca. 1494, 1466 

Fiocchi, Andrea Domenico see 
Floccus, Andreas 

Fiore Di Virtu 

Brescia, Farfengus, 8 February 
"1499" [i.e., 1489], 3426 

Firmicus Maternus, Julius 
De nativitatibus 

Venice, Bevilaqua, 13 June 1497, 

2526, 2527 
Venice, Manutius, June-after 1 7 
October 1499, 2678, 2679, 
2680 

Firmin De Beauval 
Opusculum repertorii prognosticon 
see Prognosticon 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



169 



Fitzralph, Richard see Radulphis, 
Richardus de 

Fliscus, Georgius 
Eubois 

Naples, Riessinger, ca. 1471, 
3264 

Fliscus, Hector 

Oratio ad Innocentium VIII 

Rome, Plannck, after 27 April 
1485, 1399, 1400 

Floccus, Andreas 

De potestatibus Romanis 

Venice, Filippo di Pietro, ca. 

1475, 1660A 
Florence?, Unassigned, ca. 

1485?, 3034 
Venice, Maximus de Butricis, ca. 
1491,2479 
De Romanorum magistratibus 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 1487, 2900 

Florence. Concilium Generale 
Decretum, 13 August 1495 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 13 August 1495, 2913 

Flores Legum 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius?, 

ca. 1493?, 2115 
Paris, Trepperel, ca. 1498, 3689 
Paris, Le Dru?, ca. 1499, 3707 

Flores Poetarum De Virtutibus 
et Vitus 

Leipzig, Printer of Capotius, ca. 
1487, 1021 

Florio e Biancifiore see Boc- 
caccio, Giovanni: II Filicolo 
[German] 



Florus, Lucius Annaeus 
Epitome de Tito Livio 

Parma, Corallus, 1476/78, 3354, 
3355 

Siena, Rodt, 1486/87, 3579, 3580 

Folz, Hans 

Vitas patrum vel liber collationum. 

Konfektbuch 

Bamberg, Sensenschmidt, 1485, 
312 

FONTIUS, BARTHOLOMAEUS 
Commentum in Persium. De pon- 
deribus et mensuris 
Florence, Apud Sanctum Jaco- 
bum de Ripoli, not before 
December 1477, 2837 

FORESI, BASTIANO 

Libro chiamato Ambizione 

Florence, Miscomini, ca. 1485?, 
2869 

Foresti, Jacopo Filippo, Da 
Bergamo see Jacobus Philippus 
de Bergamo 

FORMULARE UND DEUTSCH RHE- 
TORICA 
Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 

press), 1483, 133 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 

not before 18 January 1479, 

903 

FORMULARIUM DlVERSORUM CON- 
TRACTU UM 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

after 15 December 1488, 2901 
Rome, Plannck, 9 May 1492, 

1425 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 31 August 1499, 3244 



170 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



formularium instrumentorum 
ad Usum Curiae Romanae 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, not 

before 1477,372 
Basel, Wenssler, not after 1480, 

1125, 1126 
Rome, Plannck, 7 September 

1484, 1394 
Speyer, Drach, ca. 1485, 854 
Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), 1 1 August 1495, 449 

formularium procuratorum et 
Advocatorum Curiae Romanae 
Rome, Bulle, 12 March 1478[/9], 
1381 

Franchis, Philippus De 
Lectura super titulo De appella- 
tionibus 

Pavia, Johannes Andreas de 
Boscho and Michael de Garal- 
dis, 15 December 1496, 3473 

Franciscus De Assisi (Legend) 
Fioretti 

Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 24 
November 1484, 2060 

Franciscus De Mayronis see 
Mayronis, Franciscus de 

Franciscus De Retza 
Comestorium vitiorum 

Nuremberg, Sensenschmidt, 
1470,661 

Fredericus Petrucius De Senis see 
Petrucius, Fredericus 



Fridericus II, Emperor 
Privilegia et immunitates clericorum 
see Privilegia clericorum 

Fridolin, Stephan 

Schatzbehalter der wahren Rich- 
turner des Heils 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 8 Nov- 
ember 1491,715,716 

Friedrich III, Elector of Saxony 
Ausschreiben zu dem Verzeichnis 
der zugelassenen . . . Miinzen 
Leipzig, Landsberg, 1490, 1023 

FroissartJean 
Chroniques 

Paris, Verard, ca. 1499, 3634 

Frontinus, Sextus Julius 
Strategemata see also Scriptores rei 

militaris 

Rome, Silber, 1 June 1487, 1446 

Fulgentius Planciades, Fabius 

Enarrationes allegoricae fabularum 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 23 

April 1498,3139,3140,3141 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 

1505?, (2626a) 

FULGOSIUS, BAPTISTA 
Anteros 

Milan, Pachel, 10 May 1496, 3 152 

FUNDAMENTUM AETERNAE FELI- 
CITATIS 

Leipzig, Lotter, 1499, 1046 



Freidank 

Bescheidenheit [Latin and German] 
Leipzig, Kachelofen, ca. 1490, 
1010 



Gaddesden, Johannes De see 
Johannes de Gaddesden 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



171 



Gafurius, Franghinus 
Practica musicae 

Milan, Le Signerre, 30 Sept- 
ember 1496,3161 
Brescia, Angelus Britannicus, 23 
September 1497,3417 
Theorica musicae 

Milan, Philippus de Mantegatiis, 
15 December 1492,3157 

Gaguinus, Robertus 
Ars versificatoria 

Paris, Baligault, between 1 8 May 

1497 and 30 October 1499, 

3697 

Compendium de origine et gestis 

Francorum 

Paris, Le Dru, 30 September 

"1499" [i.e., 1495], 3706 
Lyons, Trechsel, 24 June 1497, 

3802 
Paris, Bocard, 31 March 1497/8, 

3684 
Paris, Kerver, 13 January 1500, 
3729 
De puritate conceptionis B. V. M. 
Paris, Baligault, ca. 1495/96, 
3693 
Epistolae et orationes 

Paris, Baligault, ca. 1505, (3700a) 
Opera varia 

Paris, Bocard, 22 November 
1498,3686 
Oratio ad studiosos artium humani- 
tatis 

Paris, Bocard, after 12 October 
1493,3682A 

GaietanuS De THIENIS see Thienis, 
Gaietanus de 

Galen us 
Opera 

Venice, Philippus Pincius, 27 



August 1490, 2444 
/ 
Galeottus, Marti us 
Liber de homine 

Venice, Federicus de Comitibus, 

1471?, 1619A 
Milan, Philippus de Mantegatiis, 
19 November 1490, 3156 

Gallensis, Johannes see Johannes 
Guallensis 

Gambilionibus, Angelus De 
De actionibus 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, ca. 
1473, 1545 
De appellationibus 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, ca. 
1473, 1546 
De testamentis 

Venice, Andreas Calabrensis, 29 
January 1488/9,2167 
Lectura super Institutionibus 
Speyer, Drach, 22 February 
1480,841 
Tractatus de maleficiis 

Mantua, Petrus Adam de 

Michaelibus, 1472,3331 
Paris, Friburger, Gering, and 
Crantz, 7 September 1476, 
3590 
Naples?, Printer of Nicolaus de 
Lyra, Contra Hebraeos, after 15 
January 1477, 3278 
Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 
ca. 1495, 2357 

Ganfredus DeTrano5£<? Goffredus 
de Trano 

Ganivetus, Johannes 
Amicus medicorum 

Lyons, Trechsel, 14 October 
1496,3799,3800 



172 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Garcia, Petrus 

Determinationes magistrales contra 

conclusiones Johannis Pici Miran- 

dulae 

Rome, Silber, 15 October 1489, 
1451 

Garcia Menezes 

Oratio ad Sixtum IV habita 

Rome, Herolt, after 31 August 
1481, 1479 

Garlandia, Johannes De see 
Johannes de Garlandia 

Garsias, Petrus see Garcia, Petrus 

Garsias Menesius see Garcia 
Menezes 

Gart Der Gesundheit 

Mainz, Schoeffer, 28 March 
1485, 23, 24 
— [Low German] 

Liibeck, Arndes, 1492, 952 

GAUFREDUS De TRANO see Goffredus 
de Trano 

Gaza, Theodorus 
Introductio grammaticae 

Venice, Manutius, 25 December 
1495,2631,2632,2633 

Gazius,Antonius 
Corona florida medicinae 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
20 June 1491, 1976, 1977, 
1978 

Geber 

Summa perfectionis magisterii 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1483/90, 1436 

Gellius,Aulus 
Noctes Atticae 



Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 
nartz, 11 April 1469, 1285 

Venice, Jenson, 1472, 1564, 1565 

Venice, Paltasichis, 1477, 1744 

Brescia, Boninus de Boninis, 3 
March 1485, 3398 

Venice, Bernardinus de Choris, 
13 August 1489, 2370 

Venice, Christophorus de Quai- 
etis and Martinus de Laza- 
ronibus, 17 July 1493, 2603 

Venice, Tacuinus, 6 April 1496, 
2562, 2563 

Gentilis De Fulgineo 
Consilia medica 

Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, ca. 
1488,3447 
Consilium contra pestilentiam 
Colle di Valdelsa, Bonus Gallus, 
ca. 1478/79, 3535 
De balneis 

Padua, Johannes de Reno, 24 
March 1473,2805 
De dosibus medicinarum 

Padua, Cerdonis, ca. 1486, 2824 
Quaestio de prolongatione febris 
Piacenza, Jacobus de Tyela, 
1483?, 3532 
Super quinto libro Canonis Avi- 
cennae 

Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, ca. 
1486, 3444 
Super secundo libro Canonis Avi- 
cennae 

Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, ca. 
1486, 3445 

Georgius Bruxellensis 

Cursus quaestionum super philo- 

sophiam Aristotelis see Bricot, 

Thomas 
Cursus quaestionum super totam 

logicam see Bricot, Thomas 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



173 



Georgius De Hungaria 
De ritu et moribus Turcorum 
Rome, Georgius Teutonicus 
(Lauer? or Herolt?), ca. 1481, 
1481 
Cologne, KoelhofF the Elder, ca. 

1488,383 
Cologne, Zierikzee, after 1500, 
(491a) 

Georgius Trapezuntius 
Commentarii in Philippicas Cice- 
ronis 

Venice, Filippo di Pietro, ca. 
1475, 1661 
Rhetorica 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, not 
before 1472, 1537 

Geraldus Odonis see Gerardus 
Odonis 

Gerardus De Elten 

Declaratio modi et formae vendi- 

tionis et emptionis 

Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1476,354 

Gerardus De Harderwyck 

Epitomata, seu Reparationes totius 

philosophiae naturalis Aristotelis 

Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), 29 February 1496, 452 

Gerardus Odonis 

Sententia et expositio cum quaes- 

tionibus super libros Ethicorum 

Aristotelis 

Brescia, Printer for Bonifacius de 
Manerva, 30 April 1482, 3395 

Gerardus De Schueren see 
Schuren, Gerhard van der 



Gerardus De Zutphania 
De reformatione virium animae 
Basel, Amerbach, 1492, 1178 
Paris, Mittelhus, 1493, 3659 
De spiritualibus ascensionibus 
Cologne, Landen, ca. 1498, 476 

Geroch, Vitus 
Prognosticon, 1488 

Rome, Silber, 1487, 1448 

Gerson, Johannes 

Alphabetum divini amoris see 

Alphabetum divini amoris 
Conclusiones de diversis materiis 

moralibus 

Esslingen, Fyner, ca. 1475, 936 

Augsburg, Wiener, 1475/79, 585 
De cognitione castitatis 

Cologne, Printer of Dares, ca. 
1472,365 
De consolatione theologiae 

Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1472,349 
De modo vivendi omnium fidelium 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 
between 1484/85 and 14 
December 1486, 3928 
De passionibus animae 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1472, 339 
De pollutione nocturna 

Esslingen, Fyner, 1473?, 929 

Cologne, Renchen, ca. 1488, 425 
De remediis contra pusillanimi- 

tatem 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 328 
Donatus moralisatus 

Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 
513 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
[ca. 5 July] 1498, 460 
Imitatio Christi see Imitatio Christi 
Monotessaron, siue Concordantiae 

quattuor evangelistarum 



174 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 

ca. 1474,352 
Opera 

Strassburg, Griininger, 3 July- 10 

September 1488, 164, 165 
Nuremberg, Georg Stuchs, 1 

August-22 November 1489, 

812,813 
Opus tripartitum 

Antwerp?, Printer of the Mensa 

philosophica, ca. 1487, 3946 

Gessler, Heinrich 
Rhetorik und Briefformular 

Strassburg, Priiss, after 1 March 
1493,208 

Gesta Romanorum 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 
between 1483 and 1485, 3924 

Strassburg, Schott, ca. 1485, 146 

Strassburg, Griininger, 15 Janu- 
ary 1488, 163 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 4 March 
1494,737 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
7-13 January 1499, 265, 266 

Ginestrata, Buonaccorsi Da 
Urbano see Boccaccio, Giovanni, 
Pseudo- 

Giocchis, Fabianus De 

De emptione et venditione et de 
omnibus contractibus in genere 
Siena, Henricus de Colonia, 1 
April 1489, 3558 

Gobius, Johannes 
De spiritu Guidonis 

Leipzig, Kachelofen, 1489, 1007 
Scala coeli 

Liibeck, Lucas Brandis, 1476, 



943 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
1480, 905, 906 

Goffredus DeTrano 
Summa super titulos Decretalium 
Cologne, Renchen, ca. 1488, 426 

Gorichen, Henricus De see Henri- 
cus de Gorichen 

gotfridus canonicus voro- 

wensis 
Lumen animae see Lumen animae 

{and see note under Farinator) 

Granollaghs, Bernardus De 
Lunarium, 1490-1550 

Rome, Plannck, 1490, 1417 
Lunarium, 1491-1550 [Italian] 

Florence, Morgiani, 1 September 
1491,2994 
Lunarium, 1495-1550 

Paris?, Unassigned, 1495?, 3736A 
Lunarium, 1497-1550 

Lyons, Topie?, 1497?,3782A 
Lunarium, 1500-1550 

Rome, Besicken and Martinus de 
Amsterdam?, 1500?, 1505 

Grassis, Johannes De 

Forma procuratorii in almo studio 
Papiensi examinata et explicata 
Esslingen, Fyner, ca. 1477, 939 

Gratia Dei Esculanus 
Quaestiones in libros Physicorum 

Aristotelis 

Venice, Liechtenstein^), 30 April 
1484, 2047 

Gratia Dei, Johannes Baptista 
De confutatione Hebraicae sectae 
Rome, Silber, 14 May 1500, 1476 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



175 



Gratia Dei, Pedro 

Blason general de las insignias del 

universo 

Coria, Bartholomaeus de Lila, 
1489,3985A 

Gratianus 

Correctorium quottarum canonum 
et capitulorum Decreti 
Nuremberg, Creussner, ca. 

1492/93, 787 
Decretum 

Strassburg, Eggestein, 1471, 87 
Mainz, SchoefFer, 13 August 

1472,9, 10 
Venice, Jenson, 28 June 1474, 

1574 
Rome, Lauer, 22 March 1476, 

1334 
Basel, Richel, 10 June 1476, 1141 
Venice, Jenson, 1477, 1587 
Rome, Han, 29 October 1478, 

1318 
Venice, Rottweil, not before 25 

January 1480, 1741 
Basel, Wenssler, 19 August 1481, 

1128 
— 5 September 1482, 1130 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 28 

February 1483, 694 
Strassburg, Griininger, 4 Sep- 
tember 1484, 161 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 28 

July 1486, 1906 
Basel, Wenssler, 1 September 

1486, 1133 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 6 

February 1489, 1911 
Strassburg, Griininger, 4 Sep- 
tember 1489, 167 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 10 March 

1490,2125 
Venice, Andreas Calabrensis, 24 

August 1491,2170 



Basel, Froben, 13 June 1493, 
1225 

Venice, Arrivabenus, 1 2 October 
1493,2131 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 30 No- 
vember 1493, 733 

Lyons, Wenssler, 4 December 
1495, 3824 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 30 
March 1496, 1940 

Venice, Torresanus, 26 June 
1498, 1900 

Gregorius I, Pope 
Dialogorum libri quattuor 

Augsburg, Wiener, 1475/79, 586 

Venice, Hieronymus de Paga- 

ninis, 13 November 1492, 

2365 

Paris, Gering and Rembolt, 6 

March 1494/5, 3602 

— [German] 

Augsburg, Bamler, 1473, 539 

— [Italian] 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1475, 1681 
Expositio in septem psalmos poeni- 
tentiales 
Mainz, Meydenbach, 30 March 

1495,41 
Homiliae super Evangeliis 

Cologne, Unkel, 9 December 

1475, 408 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pasquali- 

bus, 14 March 1493, 2153 
Moralia, siue Expositio in Job 
Rome, Apud Sanctum Marcum 

(Puecher), 5 September 1475, 

1361 
Cologne, Winters, before 20 

September 1479, 396 
Basel, Kesler, 1496, 1218 
Brescia, Angelus Britannicus, 2 

June 1498,3419 



176 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Pastorale, siue Regula pastoralis 
Basel, Furter, 15 February 1496, 
1246 

Gregorius IX, Pope 
Decretales 

Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 

1470/72, 85 
Mainz, Schoeffer, 23 November 

1473, 12, 13 
Rome, Lauer, 5 November 1474, 

1332 
Basel, Wenssler, 19 August 1478, 

1123 
Venice, Herbort, 10 September 

1481, 1866 

Basel, Wenssler, 15 March 1482, 

1129 
Venice, Petrus de Plasiis, 24 April 

1482, 1773 
Venice, Torresanus et socii, 22 

June 1482, 1875 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 14 July 

1482, 689 

Lyons, Siber, ca. 1482, 3753 
Venice, Stagninus, 18 December 

1486, 2072 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 22 

December 1486, 1907 
Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 

10 August 1489, 2356 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 10 March 

1493,S-724A 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 26 

June 1494, 1935 
— 26 June 1494 [i.e., ca. 1495?], 

1938 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 10 June 

1496, S-748B 
Lyons, Wenssler, 18 November 

1496,3825 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 10 

October 1498, 1950 
Lyons, Siber, ca. 1499, 3760 



Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 9 April 
1500, 1954 

Basel, Froben, 7 October 1500, 
1229 

Gregorius Ariminensis 

Lectura super primum librum Sen- 

tentiarum 

Paris, Martineau, 9 August 1482, 
3606 

Gregorius Tifernas, Publius 
Opuscula 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 1 1 
June 1498,2610 

Gresemundus, Theodoricus 
Oratio ad synodum Moguntinam 
Strassburg, Flach, not before 
1499, 290 

Gringore, Pierre 
Le chasteau de labour 

Paris, Pigouchet, 1499, 3656 

GRITSCH, Conradus 
Quadragesimale 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 

20 October 1475, 887 
Nuremberg, Georg Stuchs, 1488, 
811 

Gritsch, Johannes 

Quadragesimale see Gritsch, Con- 
radus (On the authorship of this 
work, see Die deutsche Literatur des 
Mittelalters. Begriindet von Wolf- 
gang Stammler, fortgefuhrt von Karl 
Langosch. 2., vollig neu bearbeitete 
Auflage [Berlin, 1978n\] 3:291- 
92) 

Gross, Erhart 
Doctrinal fur die Leyen 

Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 
press), ca. 1477, 130 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



177 



GrunpegkJosephus 
Tractatus de pestilentiali scorra 
Nuremberg, Hochfeder, after 18 
October 1496, 828 
— [German] 

Nuremberg, Hochfeder, after 1 1 
November 1496, 829 

Grutsch, Conradus see Gritsch, 
Conradus 

Gruner, Vincentius 
Expositio officii missae sacrique 
canonis see Stor, Nikolaus 

GUAINERIUS, ANTONIUS 
De peste et de venenis 

Venice, Reynaldus de Novima- 
gio, ca. I486?, 1763A 
Opera medica 

Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, 10 
January 1488,3446 

Guallensis, Johannes see Johan- 
nes Guallensis 

Gualtieri, Lorenzo see Spirito, 
Lorenzo 

GUARINUS, BAPTISTA 

De ordine docendi ac studendi 

Ferrara, Belfortis, ca. 1475, 2763 

— ca. 1484?, 2766 

Heidelberg, Knoblochtzer, 1 8 
December 1489,S-1068A 
Oratio funebris in reginam Eleon- 

oram Aragoniam 

Ferrara, Belfortis, after 12 Octo- 
ber 1493, 2773 

GUASCONO, FRANGISGUS 
Prognosticon astrologicum pro 

anno 1475 

Venice, Arnoldus, 1474, 1631 



Guiba, ROBERTUS 

Oratio ad Innocentium VIII in 

obedientia praestanda 

Rome, Plannck, after 10 June 
1485, 1401 

Gui do De Cauliaco 
Chirurgia 

Venice, Locatellus, 21 Novem- 
ber 1498, 2350 
Venice, Simon de Luere, 23 De- 
cember 1499, 2729 
Chirurgia parva 

Venice, Locatellus, 27 January 
1500/1,2354 

GuidoDeCumis 

Casus longi super Institutes see 
Accursius, Guillelmus 

Gui do De Monte Rochen 

Manipulus curatorum 

Augsburg, Heyny, 1481, 613 
Strassburg, Flach, 1499, 289 

Guillelmus, Episcopus Paris- 
IENSIS see Guillelmus Alvernus 

Guillelmus Alvernus 

Ars intelligendi, docendi et prae- 
dicandi res spirituales see Albertus 
Magnus, Pseudo- (and see Harry 
Caplan, Mediaeval Artes praedi- 
candi [Ithaca, 1934] 37, no. 229, 
and 30, no. 180) 

De fide et legibus 

Augsburg, Zainer, 1475/76, 520 

Opera 

Nuremberg, Georg Stuchs, after 
31 March 1496,815 

Rhetorica divina 

Basel, Froben, ca. 1492, 1224 

Guillelmus Brito 

Vocabularius Bibliae see Henricus 



178 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



de Hassia the Elder, Pseudo- (and 
see Thomas Hohmann, "Initien- 
register der Werke Heinrichs von 
Langenstein," in Traditio 32 
[1976]: [399]-426, no. 48) 

Guillelmus De Gouda 
Expositio mysteriorum missae 
Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 

4 September 1488, 3883 
Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), ca. 1495, 450 

Guillelmus Hentisberus 
De sensu composito et diviso 

Venice, Locatellus, 27 May 1494, 
2311 

Guillelmus De Lanicia 

Diaeta salutis see Bonaventura, 

Pseudo- (andcf. Distelbrink 132- 

33, no. 124) 

Guillelmus De Ockam 
Dialogorum libri septem adversus 
haereticos 

Lyons, Trechsel, not before 12 
September 1494, 3791, 3792 
In primum librum Sententiarum 

Urach, Fyner, 1483,992 
Opus nonaginta dierum 

Lyons, Trechsel, 16 July 1495, 
3794,3795 
Quaestiones et decisiones in quat- 
tuor libros Sententiarum 
Lyons, Trechsel, 9-10 November 
1495,3796,3797 
Quodlibeta septem una cum 
Tractatu de sacramento altaris 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
after 6 January 1491, 244, 
245 
Summa logicae 

Paris, Higman, 1488, 3663 



Guillelmus De Ockam, Pseudo- 
Dialogus inter clericum et militem 
super dignitate papali et regia see 
Dialogus (and see Richard Scholz, 
Die Publizistik zur Zeit Philipps des 
Schonen und Bonifaz' VIII [Stutt- 
gart, 1903J333-52) 

Guillelmus Paraldus 
Summa de virtutibus et vitiis 

Basel, Wenssler, not after 1475, 

1114, S-1114A 
Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 
20 December 1497, 2360 

Guillelmus Parisiensis, Pseudo- 
Postilla super epistolas et evangelia 
Reudingen, Greyff, ca. 1478, 964 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 24 Jan- 
uary 1493, 724 
Deventer, Jacobus de Breda 
(second press), 1498, 3901 
— [Portuguese] 

Lisbon, Valentim Fernandes, ca. 
1510, (3987a) 

GuiLLERMUSs^ Guillelmus 

Gundisalvus De Villadiego 
De cardinalium excellentia et dig- 
nitate 
Rome, Herolt, ca. 1482, 1480 

Gutierrez,Juliano 
Cura de la piedra 

Toledo, Hagenbach, 4 April 
1498, 3984 



Haedus, Petrus 

Anterotica, siue De amoris generi- 

bus 

Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, 13 
October 1492, 3300, S-3300A 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



179 



Hali Abbas ('Ali ibn Al-'Abbas) 
Liber medicinae 

Venice, Rizus, 25 September 
1492,2187 

Hali, Filius Abenragel (Albo- 

hazen) 
Liber in iudiciis astrorum 

Venice, Ratdolt, 4 July 1485, 
1829 

Hees, Johannes see Hese, Johannes 
de 

Heiligen Leben, Der 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 5 Dec- 
ember 1488,713 

Heingarter, Conradus see Con- 
radus Turicensis 

Heinrich Von Laufenberg see 
Laufenberg, Heinrich 

Helwicus Teutonicus 

Summa de exemplis ac simili- 
tudinibus rerum see Johannes de 
Sancto Geminiano (and see Martin 
Grabmann, Mittelalterliches Geist- 
esleben [Miinchen, 1926-56] 
2:581ff.; and Kaeppeli 2:539) 

Hemmerlin, Felix 
De nobilitate et rusticitate dialogus 
et alia opuscula 

Strassburg, Priiss, ca. 1493/1500, 
S-209A, S-209B 
Opuscula et tractatus 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
after 13 August 1497, 262, S- 
262A 
Strassburg, Priiss, after 1497, 
214, S-214A 

Henricus De Altendorf see Hen- 



ricus de Hassia the Younger 

Henricus Ariminensis 
De quattuor virtutibus cardinalibus 
Strassburg, Eponymous printer, 

after 11 November 1472, 104, 

105 

Henricus Bruno, De Piro w Piro, 
Henricus de 

Henricus De Gorichen 
De supersdtiosis quibusdam casibus 
Esslingen, Fyner, not after 1473, 
930 
Quaestiones in S. Thomam 

Esslingen, Fyner, before 13 May 
1475, 932 

Henricus De Hassia the Elder, 

Pseudo- 
Vocabularius Bibliae 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
ca. 1476, 892 

Henricus De Hassia the Younger 
Dialogus de celebratione missae see 
Exhortatio de celebratione missae 
(and see Thomas Hohmann, 
" Initienregister der Werke Hein- 
richs von Langenstein," in Tra- 
ditio 32 [1976]: [399]-426, no. 
168) 

Henricus DeHerpf 

Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 

Speyer, Drach, after 17 January 
1484,851 
Speculum aureum decern prae- 

ceptorum Dei 

Basel, Froben, 1496, 1228 

Henricus De Langenstein see 
Henricus de Hassia the Elder 



180 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Henricus De Odendorff 
Repetitio capituli: Omnis utriusque 

sexus de poenitentiis et remis- 

sionibus 

Memmingen, Kunne, 1490, 981, 
982 

Henricus Samariensis see Hen- 
ricus de Septimello 

Henricus De Segusio 
Summa super titulis Decretalium 
Augsburg, Hohenwang, 1477, 

588 
Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 
Ariminensis, 1478-18 Feb- 
ruary 1479, 114,115, 116 

Henricus De Septimello 
Liber elegiorum 

Cologne, Retro Minores, 31 July 
1497, 477 

Paris, Tholoze, ca. 1500, 3721 

Hentisberus, Guillelmus see 
Guillelmus Hentisberus 

Herbarius 

Vicenza, Achates and Guillelmus 

de Papia, 27 October 1491, 

3487, 3488, 3489 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 14 December 

1499, 2540, 2541 

Herbarius [with German Syno- 
nyms] 
Speyer, Johann and Conrad Hist, 

ca. 1484, 867 
Passau, Petri, 1485,997 
— 1486,999 

Hermannus De SlTTARD see Zittart, 
Hermannus 

Hermes Trismegistus 



Pimander, seu De potestate et 
sapientia Dei 
Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, 18 

December 1471, 3291, 3292, 

3293 
Venice, Lucas Dominici f., 15 

May 1481, 1793 
Venice, Maximus de Butricis, 29 

July 1491,2477 
Venice, Damianus de Mediolano, 

10 May 1493,2599 
Venice, Hamann?, after 1500, 

(2250a) 

Herodianus 

Historia de imperio post Marcum 
Aurelium 
Rome, Eponymous printer, 20 

June 1493, 1496 
Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dictis, 31 August 1493, 3210 

Herodotus 
Historiae 

Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, before 
December 1474, 1645, 1646 
Rome, Pannartz, 20 April 1475, 

1359 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 8 
March [i.e., after 29 March] 
1494, 1991, 1992, 1993 

Herolt, Johannes 

Postilla super epistolas et evangelia 
see Guillelmus Parisiensis, Pseu- 
do- {and see Kaeppeli 2393-94, 
who attributes the two works 
here combined to Herolt; but 
Prof. Ian Siggins argues against 
his authorship on the basis of 
style, the list of authorities cited 
in the Postilla, and the fact that 
biblical texts are explained one 
way in the Postilla and in a con- 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



181 



trary way in the genuine Sermones 
de tempore et de Sanctis of Herolt) 
Sermones Discipuli de tempore et 
de Sanctis 
Reutlingen, Greyff, ca. 1479/82, 

965 
Strassburg, Flach, 1492, 279 

HERPF, HENRICUS DE see Henricus 
de Herpf 

Hese, Johannes De 

Itinerarium per diversas mundi 

partes 

Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 
1499, 3894 

Cologne, Zierikzee, ca. 1 500, 483 

Hesse, Johannes De see Hese, 
Johannes de 

Heynlin, Johannes 
Resolutorium dubiorum circa cele- 
brationem missarum occuren- 



tium 

Cologne, Quentell 
press), 1498,462 



(second 



HlEROCLES 

In aureos versus Pythagorae opus- 
culum 

Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 
zoccho, 17 April 1474, 2800, 
2801 
Rome, Besicken and Mayer, 19 
December 1493, 1498 

Hieronymus, Saint 

Aureola ex floribus S. Hieronymi 
contexta see Lupo de Olmeto: 
Regula monachorum ex epistolis 
Hieronymi excerpta {and see 
Bernard Lambert, Bibliotheca 
Hieronymiana manuscripta 3 B 
[Hagae Comitis, 1970] no. 552) 



Commentaria in Bibliam 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 

1497-25 August 1498, 2032, 

2033 
De viris illustribus 

Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 

503 
Epistolae 

Rome, Riessinger, 1467?, 1318A 
Strassburg, Mentelin, not after 25 

September 1469, 52, 53 
Venice, Miscomini, 22 January 

1476, 1721 
Parma, Eponymous printer, 18 

January-15 May 1480, 3360, 

3361 
Basel, Kesler, 8 August 1489, 

1214 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 14 

July 1490, 2090 
Basel, Kesler, 8 August 1492, 

1216 
— 1497, 1221 
— [Italian] 

Ferrara, Laurentius de Rubeis, 

12 October 1497, 2785, 2786, 

S-2786A 
Psalterium abbreviatum see Psalte- 
rium abbreviatum Sancti Hiero- 
nymi 

Hieronymus, Pseudo- 
De essentia divinitatis 

Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 
504 
Vitae sanctorum patrum 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 7 May 

1478, 676 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 

ca. 1478/79, 898, 899 
Venice, Scotus, 14 February 

1483/4, 1788 
Venice, Locatellus, 6 April 1 500, 
2353 



182 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



— [German] 

Augsburg, Berger, 21 May 1488, 
643 

— [Italian] 

Venice, Giovanni Capcasa, 4 
February 1493/4, 2435 

HlERONYMUS DE VALLIBUS 
Jesuida, seu De passione Christi 
Augsburg, Zainer, ca. 1473, 516 

HlLARIUS LlTOMIRICENSIS 
Tractatus contra perfidiam aliquo- 

rum Bohemorum 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
15 June 1485,227 

Hippocrates 
Aphorismi, siue Sententiae 

Florence, Miscomini, 16 October 
1494, 2898 
De insomniis 

Rome, Servius, 1481?, 1483 
De natura hominis et alia opuscula 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1492/95, 
1429 

Hippocrates, Pseudo- 

De insania Democriti facetum epist- 

olium 

Augsburg, Froschauer, after 24 
July 1503, (658b) 

HlSTORIA ALEXANDRI MAGNI DE 
PRELIIS see Alexander Magnus 

hlstoria destructions troiae 
[Dutch] 

Antwerp, Rolant van den Dorpe, 
between 1496 and 1500, 3944 

HlSTORIA SEPTEM SAPIENTIUM 
ROMAE 

Cologne, Printer of Augustinus, 
De fide, en. 1473,400 



HOLKOT, ROBERTUS 

Super Sapientiam Solomonis 

Speyer, Drach, 26 February 

1483,848 
Reutlingen, Otmar, 1489, 972 
Hagenau, Gran, 1494, 1076 

HOLLEN, GOTSCHALCUS 
Praeceptorium divinae legis 

Cologne, Guidenschaff, 4 Octo- 
ber 1481,418 

HOLZINGER, CONRADUS 
Speculum Beatae Mariae Virginis 

see Bonaventura, Pseudo- {and see 

Distelbrink214) 

HOMERUS 
Ilias [Latin] 

Brescia, Henricus de Colonia and 
Statius Gallicus, 24 November 
1474, 3392 
Opera [Greek] 

Florence, Nerlius, "8 December 
1488" [i.e., not before 13 
January 1489], 2990, 2991 

HOMILIARIUS DOCTORUM 

Basel, Kesler, 27 July? 1498, 
1223 

HOMODEIS, SlGNOROLUS DE 

Repetitiones 

Pavia, Franciscus Girardengus, 
16 February 1497, S-3457A 

HONESTIS, Christophorus Geor- 

gius De 
Expositio super Antidotario Mesue 

Ferrara, Belfortis, 20 March 
1488, 2769 

Honiger, Jacobus 
Almanac, 1494 [Latin] 



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183 



Nuremberg, Hochfeder, 1493, 
822 



HONORIUS AUGUSTODUNENSIS 

De imagine mundi 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 1472?, 
668 

Elucidarius 

Milan, Philippus de Mantegatiis, 
22 March 1493, 3158, 3159 

Lucidarius see Lucidarius (This 
catechism, of unknown author- 
ship, was written in German 
towards the end of the 12th cen- 
tury, probably at the instigation 
of Heinrich der Lowen. It is often 
confused with the Elucidarius, a 
dogmatic handbook for the use of 
theologians, attributed to Hono- 
rius Augustodunensis; and the 
confusion is further confounded 
by its having been described as a 
German translation by Nicolaus 
von Pfaldorf of that work; cf. Karl 
Schorbach, Studien ilber das deuts- 
che Volksbuch Lucidarius [Strass- 
burg, 1894] [8]-18) 

HORAE AD USUM ROMANUM 

Paris, Verard, 8 February 1489/ 

90, 3632 
Kirchheim in Elsass, Reinhard, 

1490, 1086 
Paris, Pigouchet, 20 March-17 

April 1497,3652 

— ca. 1497,3653 

— 16 September 1498, 3654, 
3655 

Paris, Kerver for Eustace, 14 
November [1500?], 3735A 
— [Greek] 

Venice, Manutius, 5 December 
1497,2654 



HORAE AD USUM TRAIEGTENSEM 
Antwerp, Gerard Leeu, 13 March 
1492,3941 

HORATIUS FLACCUS, QUINTUS 
Opera 

Florence, Miscomini, 5 August 

1482, 2865 
Venice, Stagninus, 1486, 2073, 

2074 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 4 February 

1490/1,2127 
Strassburg, Griininger, 12 March 

1498, 182, 183 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 13 July 

1498, 2466 

HORTULUS ANIMAE 

Strassburg, SchafFener, 13 March 
1498,307 

HORTUS SANITATIS 

Mainz, Meydenbach, 23 June 
1491, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 
40 
Strassburg, Priiss, 1496?, 211 

— Not after 21 October 1497, 
212,213 

— ca. 1507, (216b) 

HOUPPELANDE, GUILLELMUS 
De immortalitate animae 

Paris, Pigouchet, 28 May 1491, 
3649 

HRABANUS Maurus see Rabanus 
Maurus 

Hugo Argentinensis 

Compendium theologicae veritatis 
see Albertus Magnus, Pseudo- 
(and cf. Glorieux, Rep. 6,dq; and 
Martin Grabmann, Mittelalter- 
liches Geistesleben 1 [Miinchen, 
1926]: 174-85) 



184 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Hugo De Prato Florido, Pseudo- 
Sermones de Sanctis 

Heidelberg, Printers of Lindel- 

bach, 21 January 1485, 1064 

Sermones dominicales super Evan- 

gelia et Epistolas 

Strassburg, Husner (first press), 

not after 1478, 126 
Basel, Wenssler, ca. 1485, 1132 

Hugo De Sancto Caro 
Postilla super psalterium 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 3 1 Janu- 
ary 1498, 756 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 

see Bonaventura, Pseudo- {and see 

Distelbrink 209 and 205; and 

Meespp. 120-22) 

Hugo De Sancto Victore 
De sacramentis Christianae fidei 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
30 July 1485, 228 

HugoSenensis 

Expositio in primam et secundam 
fen primi Canonis Avicennae 
Venice, Locatellus, 27 April 1498, 
2345 
Expositio in primam fen quarti 
Canonis Avicennae 
Pavia, Johannes Andreas de 
Boscho, 29 October 1498, 
3474 
Expositio super Aphorismos Hip- 
pocratis et Galeni commentum 
Ferrara, Laurentius de Rubeis 
and Andreas de Grassis, 15 
November 1493, 2780 
Expositio super libros Tegni Galeni 
Venice, Locatellus, 21 June 1498, 
2349 
Trattato circa la conservazione della 
sanita 



Milan, Petrus de Corneno, 31 
May 1481,3110 

Humbertus De Romanis 

Expositio super regulam beati Au- 
gustini episcopi [German] 
Ulm, Dinckmut, ca. 1488, 918 

Hund, Magnus 

Introductorium in Aristotelis phy- 

sica 

Leipzig, Stockel, 20 July 1500, 
1055 

Hyginus Mythographus 
Poeticon astronomicon 

Venice, Ratdolt, 14 October 

1482, 1811, 1812, 1813 
— 22 January 1485, 1825 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 7 June 
1488, 1908 
— [German] 

Augsburg, Ratdolt, after 8 March 
1491,630 

Hymni 

Expositio Hymnorum cum com- 
mento 

Lyons, Philippi, ca. 1488, 3749 
Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
8 October 1496, 453 

Hystoria see Istoria 



I. M. see Merlinus, Jacobus 

IAMBLICHUS 

De mysteriis Aegyptiorum, Chal- 
daeorum, Assyriorum [Latin] 
Venice, Manutius, September 
1497, 2648, 2649, 2650, 2651, 
2652, 2653 

Ibn Ezra, Abraham see Abraham 
ben Ezra 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



185 



IMITATIO CHRISTI 

Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 

507, 508 
Venice, Loslein, 1483, 2120 
Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

between 1484/85 and 1487, 

3929 
Brescia, Jacobus Britannicus, 6 

June 1485, 3405 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pas- 

qualibus and Dionysius 
Bertochus, 1485,2146 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 

1486,2086 
Antwerp, Mathias van der Goes, 

between 1486 and 1491, 3933 
Venice, Leoviler, 1486, 2192 
Strassburg, Flach, 1487, 270 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 

1487,910 

— 1487,911 

Milan, Pachel, July 1488, 3145 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 1488, 620 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 

1488, 2088 
Lyons, Garcain, ca. 1488, 3769 
Paris, Higman, 18 January 1489, 

3664 
Lyons, Trechsel, 11 October 

1489,3783 
Strassburg, Pruss, 1489, 197, 198 
Paris, Pigouchet, 3 1 March 1491, 

3647, 3648 

— 15 July 1492,3651 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 1492, 721 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 23 

April 1493, 2488 
Rome, Plannck, 3 October 1493, 

1431 
Paris, Baligault, ca. 1495, 3692 
Venice, Unassigned, 31 January 

1496/7, 2759 
Paris, Mittelhus, 1 March 1496/7, 

3662 



Florence, Johannes Petri, 10 
November 1497, 2835, 2836 

Venice, Antonius de Zanchis, ca. 
(or after?) 1500?, 2719, 2720 

- [Book I] 

Cologne, Peter Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1486, 470 

- [French] 

Lyons, Du Pre, ca. 1489/90, 3778 
Paris, Lambert, 16 November 
1493,3703 

- [German] 

Augsburg, Sorg, 20 November 
1486, 576 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
ca. 1487/88,912 

Augsburg, Schobsser, 9 Dec- 
ember 1493, 613 

Augsburg, Schonsperger, 26 July 
1498, 607 

- [Italian] 

Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 26 

November 1489,2419 
Florence, Miscomini, 22 June 

1491,2880 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

23 December 1491,2253 
Florence, Miscomini, 22 July 

1493, 2892 
— 1 July 1494,2896,2897 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 30 August 

1497,2530 

- [Books I, III, Italian] 

Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 22 
March 1488,2212 

- [Books I— III; Low German] 
Liibeck, The Poppy Printer, 

1496,951 

- [Book IV; Low German] 
Liibeck, The Poppy Printer, 

1492, 950 

- [Spanish] 

Burgos, Biel, 24 December 1495, 
3980 



186 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Seville, Companeros alemanes, 

13 June 1496, 3966 
— [Valencian dialect] 

Valencia, Hagenbach and Hutz?, 

16 February 1491,3959 

Immanuel Ben Solomon of Rome 

Sefer ha-mahbarot [Book of poems] 

Brescia, Gershom ben Moses 

Soncino, 30 October 1494, 

Heb-29 

INFIRMORUM VISITATIO see Trac- 
tatus brevis et utilis pro infirmis 
visitandis 

INGOLD 

Das goldene Spiel 

Augsburg, Zainer, 1 August 1472, 
499 

INNOCENTIUS III, POPE 
Liber de contemptu mundi 

Cologne, Printer of Augustinus, 

Defide,c2i, 1473,401 
Germany, Printer of Lotharius, 
probably before 1474, 1101 

INNOCENTIUS IV, POPE 

Apparatus super libros Decretalium 
Strassburg, Eggestein, 1478, 103 
Venice, Herbort, 15 June 1481, 
1864 

INNOCENTIUS VIII, POPE 
Bulla canonizationis Sancti Leopoldi 
marchionis 
Memmingen, Kunne, after 6 

January 1485, S-978A 
Vienna, Printer of the 1482 
Vocabolista, after 6 January 
1485, 1272 
Bulla excommunicationis in haer- 
eticos, piratas [etc.] 
Rome, Silber, after 23 March 
1486, 1440 



Indulgentia, 1485 

Lyons, Philippi, 1485, 3748 
Regula Cancellariae apostolicae de 
gratiis exspectativis 
Rome, Schoemberger, after 5 
July 1485, 1490 
Regulae Cancellariae apostolicae 
Rome, Guldinbeck, after 23 Sep- 
tember 1484, 1374 

— after 1 March 1485, 1375 

INSTITORIS, HENRICUS 
Malleus maleficarum 

Speyer, Drach, before 15 April 
1487, 855, 856 

— ca. 1490/91,861 

— ca. 1492,863 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 1 7 March 

1494,738,739,740 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Younger, 
24 November 1494,471 
Tractatus varii cum sermonibus 

contra errores adversus euch- 

aristiam exortos 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 26 Janu- 
ary 1496, 747 

INSTRUCTIO MAGISTRI ET CONSILII 
HOSPITALIS HlEROSOLYMITANI 
RERUM GERENDARUM IN Ildri- 

mium Ottoman um 
Venice, Unassigned, after 5 
August 1482, 2756 

ISIDORUS HlSPALENSIS 
De fide catholica contra Iudaeos 
Rome, Eponymous printer, ca. 
1485, 1487, 1488 
De responsione mundi et de astro- 
rum ordinatione 
Augsburg, Zainer, 7 December 
1472,501,502 
De summo bono 

Nuremberg, Sensenschmidt, not 
after April 1470,660 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



187 



Cologne, Zell, not after 1472, 331 
Paris, Pigouchet, 1491, 3650 
Paris, Levet, ca. 1493, 3639 
Etymologiae 

Augsburg, Zainer, 1 9 November 

1472,500 
Strassburg, Mentelin, ca. 1473, 

63 
Cologne, Winters, not after 1476, 

394 
Basel, Furter, 8 August 1489, 

1239 
Venice, Locatellus, 1 1 December 

1493,2304,2305 
— After 1500, (2354a) 
Opusculum de temporibus 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1488/90, 

1412 
Synonyma de homine et ratione 
Paris, Guy Marchant, 16 May 

1494,3619 

ISOCRATES 

Oratio de laudibus Helenae 

Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
not after 1500, 2404, 2405, 
2406 
Orationes [Greek] 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 24 
January 1493,3125,3126 

ISTORIA D'UN MERCADANTE PlSANO 
Bologna, Bazalerius de Bazal- 
eriis, ca. 1490,3193 

ITINERARIUM BEATAE VIRGIN IS 
MAR1AE 
Ulm, Reger, ca. 1487/88, 924 

Ivo Carnotensis 
Liber decretorum, siue Panormia 
Basel, Furter, 6-7 March 1499, 
1250,1251 



Jacob Ben Asher 

Arba 'ah turim [The four orders of 
the Hebrew code of law] 
Piove di Sacco, Meshullam Cuzi 
and sons, 3 July 1475, Heb-3 

Jacobi, Johannes 
Regimen contra pestilentiam 

Nuremberg, Zeninger, ca. 1482, 
797 

Cologne, Zierikzee, ca. 1500, 484 

— ca. 1500,485 

— ca. 1500,486 
— [French] 

Paris, Gering?, ca. 1481, 3600 
Tractatus de pestilentia 

Augsburg, Johann Keller, 1478/ 
82, 590 

Jacobi, Petrus, De Aureliaco 
Aurea practica 

Lyons, Lambillon, 15 February 
1492/3,3812 

Jacobus De Clusa see Jacobus de 
Jiiterbog 

Jacobus De Forlivio 
Expositio in Aphorismos Hippo- 
cratis 

Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, 
1484,3441 
Expositio in primum librum Cano- 
nis Avicennae 

Pavia, Michael and Bernardinus 
de Garaldis, 17 November 
1500,3475 
Super capitulum Avicennae de gen- 
eratione embryonis 
Siena, Henricus de Colonia, 7 
March 1485/6, 3556 

Jacobus De Gruytrode 
Colloquium peccatoris et crucifixi 
Jesu Christi 



188 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Antwerp, Gerard Leeu, 19 

August 1487, 3936 
Lavacrum conscientiae 

Nuremberg, Creussner, ca. 1487/ 

93, 784 
Cologne, Quentell, 28 June 1499, 

465 
Speculum animae peccatricis see 
Speculum animae peccatricis 
(Wrongly attributed to Dionysius 
Cartusianus; also attributed to 
Jacobus de Gruytrode or to Jaco- 
bus de Jiiterbog; cf. Morton W. 
Bloomfield, Incipits of Latin Works 
on the Virtues and Vices, 1100-1500 
A.D. [Cambridge, Mass., 1979] 
no. 6326; and Ludger Meier, Die 
Werke des Erfurter Kartdusers Jakob 
von Jiiterbog in ihrer handschrift- 
lichen Uberlieferung [Miinster, 
1955]: 65-66) 

Jacobus DeJuterbog 
De animabus exutis a corporibus 
Burgdorf, Printer of Jacobus de 

Clusa, 1475, 1267 
Nuremberg, Georg Stuchs, ca. 
1497,817,818 
De arte curandi vitia 

Leipzig, Landsberg, ca. 1495, 
1031 
Speculum animae peccatricis see note 
for this title under Jacobus de 
Gruytrode 

Jacobus Philippus De Bergamo 
De Claris mulieribus 

Ferrara, Laurentius de Rubeis, 
29 April 1497, 2781, 2782, 
2783, 2784 
Supplementum chronicarum 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 

23 August 1483,2082 
Brescia, Boninus de Boninis, 1 



December 1485, 3401 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 15 

December 1486, 2085 
Venice, Rizus, 15 May 1490, 

2180,2181 
— 15 February 1492/3, 2188, 

2189 

— [Italian] 

Venice, Rizus, 8 October 1491, 
2184 

Jacobus DeTheramo 
Consolatio peccatorum, seu Pro- 
cessus Belial contra Jesum 
Augsburg, Zainer, [June?] 1472, 

498A 
Augsburg, Schussler, 2 July 1472, 

535 
Cologne, Printer of Augustinus, 

Defide,c2L. 1473,402 
Lyons, Philippi and Reinhart, 

before 1478,3741 
Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 

press), 1484, 137, 138 

— [German] 

Augsburg, Bamler, ca. 1476, 545 
Augsburg, Sorg, 1 February 

1479,567 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 24 May 

1497,602 

Jacobus De Voragine 
Legenda aurea 

Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 

1472/74, 90 
Venice, Arnoldus, not after 6 

May 1478, 1633 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 1 1 

August 1478, 679 
Cologne, Winters, 1480, 398 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 11 April 

1481,680 
Venice, Andreas de Paltasichis, 

.17 May 1482, 2043,2044 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



189 



Nuremberg, Koberger, 1 Octo- 
ber 1482, 690 
Reutlingen, Otmar, 1485, 969 
Lyons, Mathias Huss, 20 July 

1486, 3763 
Nuremberg, Georg Stuchs, 1 

October 1488, 810 
Venice, Locatellus, 3 November 

1488, 2272 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

16 August 1490, 241 
— 9 August 1492,251 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 2 April 

1496, 748 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

ca. 12 May 1496, 259 
Strassburg, Griininger, 1496, 176 
Hagenau, Gran, 1497, S-1080A 

— [Czech] 

Prague, Kamp, 31 July 1495, 
1271 

— [English] 

Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 
20 May 1493, 3993 

— [Low German] 
Magdeburg, Koch, 7 March 

1487,977 
Sermones de Sanctis 

Augsburg, Kastlin, 10 April 1484, 
593 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 
Deventer, Pafraet (first press), 6 
March 1483, 3882 
Sermones de tempore, de Sanctis, et 
quadragesimales 
Lyons, Trechsel, 1491, 3787 
Pavia, Jacobus de Paucis Drapis, 
2 September 1499-8 January 
1500,3478,3479 
Sermones de tempore, de Sanctis, 
quadragesimales, et Mariale 
Venice, Simon de Luere, 31 
August- 14 November 1497, 
2723, 2724, 2725 



Jacobus De Voragine, Pseudo- 
Legenda aurea [German] see Der 
Heiligen Leben (For studies of 
this work and its relation to the 
Legenda aurea, see Karl Firsching, 
Die deutschen Bearbeitungen der 
Kilianslegende writer besonderer Be- 
riicksichtigung deutscher Legend- 
arhandschriften des Mittelalters 
[Wiirzburg, 1973]:64ff.; and Wer- 
ner Williams-Krapp, "Studien zu 
'Der Heiligen Leben'," in Zeit- 
schrift fiir deutsches Altertum und 
deutsche Liter atur 105, 4 [1976]: 
[274]ff.) 

JacoponeDaTodi 
Laude 

Florence, Bonaccorsi, 28 Septem- 
ber 1490, 2974 

Jasme, Jean see Jacobi, Johannes 

Jean De Roye 

Chroniques de Louis XI see 
Chronicles (Louis XI) 

JedaiaAppenini 

Behinat ha-'olam [Contemplation of 
the world] 

Soncino, Joshua Solomon ben 
Israel Nathan Soncino, 12 
December 1484, Heb-8 

JehudaBenJehiel 

Nofet tsufim [Book of the honey- 
comb] 

Mantua, Abraham ben Solomon 
Conat,ca. 1474/77, Heb-4 

JOANNES see Johannes 

Jodocus Erfordiensis 
Vocabularius iuris utriusque see 
Vocabularius iuris utriusque (and 



190 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



see E. Seckel, Beitrage zur Ge- 
schichte beider Rechte im Mittelalter 
[Tubingen, 1898]: 16-69) 

Johannes XXI, Pope 
Commentum in primum et 
quartum tractatus Parvorum 
logicalium Petri Hispani 
Hagenau, Gran, 3 March 1495, 
1077 
Thesaurus pauperum [Italian] 
Venice, Unassigned, 2 November 
1500,2761 
Thesaurus sophismatum circa 
tractatus Parvorum logicalium 
Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), after 25 May 1495, 448 

Johannes De Anania 

Commentaria super prima et 

secunda parte quinti Decretalium 

Bologna, Henricus de Colonia, 7 

December 1479-5 January 

1480,3188 

Johannes De Aquila 
Sermones quadragesimales 

Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 2 1 
October 1499, 2501 

Johannes De Bromyard 
Opus trivium 

Cologne, Zell, not after 1473, 342 
Summa praedicantium 

Basel, Amerbach, not after 1484, 
1159 

Johannes Bursfeldensis 
De triplici regione claustralium et 
spirituali exercitio monachorum 
see Trithemius, Johannes (This 
work is based on spiritual exer- 
cises of Dietrich and Johannes 
von Bursfeld, abbots of the Bene- 



dictine congregation of Bursfeld; 
but its revisions and additions are 
extensive enough for it to be 
considered a work by Tritheim. 
Cf. Klaus Arnold, Johannes Tri- 
themius [Wiirzburg, 1971]: 39ff.) 

Johannes Canonicus 
Quaestiones super Physica Aristo- 

telis 

Venice, Locatellus, 16 October 
1487, 2270 

Johannes De Capistrano 
Tractatus de cupiditate 

Cologne, KoelhofF the Elder, ca. 
1482,374 

Johannes De Capua 
Directorium humanae vitae 

Strassburg, Pruss, ca. 1489, 199 

Johannes Castellensis 

De adhaerendo Deo see Albertus 
Magnus, Pseudo- {and see Martin 
Grabmann, Mittelalterliches Geis- 
tesleben 1 [Munchen, 1926]: 489- 
524) 

Johannes De Caulibus 
Meditationes vitae Christi see Bona- 

ventura, Pseudo- {and see Distel- 

brink no. 166) 

Johannes Chrysostomus 
Commentarius in epistolam ad He- 
braeos 

Urach, Fyner, not after July 
1485, 994 
De compunctione cordis 

Venice, Torresanus, ca. 1495, 

1896A 
Barcelona, Posa, ca. 1500? [i.e., 
Venice, Torresanus, ca. 
1495], (3952a) 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



191 



De providentia Dei 

Most, Martens, 22 March 1487/8, 
3913 
Dialogi de dignitate sacerdotii 
Cologne, Zell, not after 1472, 

332,333 
Urach, Fyner, ca. 1483/85, 993 
Epistola ad Cyriacum 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, ca. 
1487,382 
Homiliae super Johannem 

Rome, Lauer, 29 October 1470, 

1327 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 
1486,381 
Opuscula 

Rome, Han, ca. 1477/78, 1314 
Sermones morales XXV 

Rome, Lauer, ca. 1470, 1328 

Johannes Climacus 
Scala paradisi [Italian] 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 8 

June 1491, 2096 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
12 October 1492, 2379 

Johannes De Colonna 
Rudimentum novitiorum see 
Rudimentum novitiorum 

Johannes Damascenes 
Barlaam et Josaphat s£<? Barlaam et 
Josaphat 

Johannes Evangelista 
Apocalypsis cum figuris 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 1498, 760 
— [German] 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 1498, 761 
Apocalypsis [Latin] cum glosis 

[Italian] 

Rome, Eponymous printer, ca. 
1469?, 1320 



Johannes Ferrariensis 
De caelesti vita 

Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 19 
December 1494, 2430 

Johannes De Frankfordia 
Sermones dominicales 

Ulm, Dinckmut, ca. 1478, 915 

Johannes Friburgensis 
Summa confessorum [German] 

Augsburg, Bamler, 25 September 
1472, 536 

— 20 June 1478,546 

Johannes De Gaddesden 
Rosa anglica practica medicinae 
Pavia, Franciscus Girardengus 

and Birreta, 24 January 1492, 

3456 

Johannes Gallensis see Johannes 
Guallensis 

Johannes De Garlandia 
Aequivoca 

Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 
between 12 March 1492 and 6 
June 1500,3891 
Composita verborum 

Strassburg, Pruss, 1490, 203 
Poeniteas cito see Poenitentionarius 

{and see Egino Weidenhiller, 

Untersuchungen zur deutschsprachi- 

gen katechetischen Literatur des 

spdten Mittelalters [Miinchen, 

1965]: 195-200) 
Synonyma 

Antwerp, Martens, 21 July 1493, 
3943 
Synonyma et Aequivoca cum com- 

mento 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
24 December 1500, 469 



192 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Johannes Guallensis 
De sex aetatibus hominis 

Nuremberg, Sensenschmidt, ca. 
1478, 666 
Summa collationum, siue Com- 
muniloquium 
Augsburg, Sorg, 22 December 

1475,558,559 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 30 July 
1496,2139 

Johannes De Hese see Hese, 
Johannes de 

Johannes De Hildesheim 
Historia beatissimorum trium 

regum 

Modena, Rocociolus, 17 August 
1490, 3523 

Johannes De Imola 
In Clementinas opus 

Venice, Torresanus, 23 February 
1492/3, 1895 
Lectura super prima et secunda 
parte Infortiati 

Venice, Torresanus, 10 February 
1497/8-15 September 1498, 
1899 

Johannes De Janduno 
Quaestiones super libris De anima 

Aristotelis 

Venice, Otinus de Luna, 4 March 
1497,2705 

Johannes De Ketham, Pseudo- 
Fasciculus medicinae 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
26 July 1491, 1979 

— 15 October 1495, 2023 

— 28 March 1500, 2038, 2038A 

— 17 February 1500/1, 2041, 
2042 



Johannes De Lapide see Heynlin, 
Johannes 

Johannes De Lignano see Lignano, 
Johannes de 

Johannes Nivicellensis, Pseudo- 
Concordantiae Bibliae et Canonum 
Basel, Kesler, 22 June-12 July 
1487, 1207 

Johannes De Novo Foro 
Epistola de morte Hieronymi see 
Eusebius Cremonensis, Pseudo- 
(and cf. Bernard Lambert, Biblio- 
theca Hieronymiana manuscripta. La 
tradition manuscrite des oeuvres de 
Saint Jerome [Steenbrugis, 1959- 
72]: 903) 

Johannes Palaeonydorus 
Liber trimerestus de principio et 
processu Ordinis Carmelitici 
Mainz, Friedberg, 1497, 47 

Johannes De Peckham 

De oculo morali see Petrus Lemo- 
vicensis (and see David C. Lind- 
berg, A Catalogue of Medieval and 
Renaissance Optical Manuscripts 
[Toronto, 1975] no. 99, with 
further references) 

Johannes De Sagro Bosco 
Sphaera mundi 

Venice, Renner, 1478, 1613 
Venice, Ratdolt, 6 July 1482, 

1808 
— before 4 November 1485, 

1833 
Venice, Locatellus, 4 October 

1490, 2283, 2284 
Venice, Anima Mia, 14 January 

1491/2, 2203 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



193 



Paris, Higman and Hopyl, 12 

February 1494/5,3669 
Paris, Guy Marchant, February 

1498, 3624 

Venice, Bevilaqua, 23 October 

1499, 2538, 2539 
Leipzig, Stockel, 1499, 1052 

Johannes Salesberiensis 
Polycraticus, siue De nugis curi- 
alium 

Brussels, Fratres Vitae Com- 
munis, between 1479 and 9 
June 1481,3931 

Johannes De Sancto Geminiano 
Summa de exemplis ac similitudi- 
nibus rerum 
Deventer, Pafraet (first press), ca. 

1477/79, 3877 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
10 April 1497, 2028, 2029, 
2030 
— 12 July 1499,2037 

Johannes De Tambuco 
Consolatio theologiae 

Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 
Ariminensis, not after 1479, 
117 
Paris, Mittelhus, 1493, 3660 

Johannes De Tornamira 
Clarificatorium super nono Alman- 

soris cum textu Rhasis 

Lyons, Trechsel, 17 June 1490, 
3785,3786 

Johannes De Verdena 
Sermones "Dormi secure" de Sanctis 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 5 Janu- 
ary 1494, 736 
Lyons, Trechsel, 4 February 
1495,3793 



Sermones "Dormi secure" de tem- 
pore 

Augsburg, Kastlin, 1485, 594 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 12 March 
1498, 759 

Johannes Viterbiensis w Annius, 
Johannes 

Johannitius, Chanin, Rabbi 
Isagoge in tegni Galeni 

Leipzig, Stockel, 27 May 1497, 
1051 

Jordanus Nemorarius 
Arithmetica 

Paris, Higman and Hopyl, 22 
July 1496, 3670 

Jordanus De Quedlinburg 
Meditationes de passione Christi 
Basel, Wolff von Pforzheim, 
1492, 1232 

Joseph Albo 

'Ikarim [Articles of faith] 

Soncino, Joshua Solomon ben 
Israel Nathan Soncino, 31 
October-29 December 1485, 
Heb-10 

Josephus, Flavius 
De antiquitate Iudaica. De bello 
Iudaico 
Augsburg, Schiissler, 28 June-23 

August 1470, 527 
Verona, Maufer, 25 December 

1480, 3373, 3374 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 23 
October 1486, 2207, 2208 
De bello Iudaico 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
6 July 1493,2910 



194 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



JUDAEI 

De communione et conversatione 

Iudaeorum et Christianorum see 

Communio 

Judicium Cum Tractatibus Pla- 
netariis 

Milan, Philippus de Mantegatiis, 
20 December 1496,3160 

JULIANUS POMERIUS 

De vita contemplativa see Prosper 
Aquitanus, Pseudo- {and see Lexi- 
kon filr Theologie und Kirche, 2. 
Aufl., 5 [Freiburg, 1960]:1199) 

Jung, Ambrosius 

Tractatus de pestilentia ex diversis 

auctoribus aggregatus 

Augsburg, Schonsperger, 20 No- 
vember 1494, 599 

Jurare 

De iurare et blasphemare 

Augsburg, Froschauer, 1499, 654 

Justinianus, Roman Emperor see 
Corpus iuris civilis 

Justinianus, Bernardus 
Historia de origine urbis Vene- 
tiarum 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 
not before 3 1 January 1492/3, 
2102 
Oratio exhortatoria contra Turcos 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1481/87, 
1387 
Orationes et epistolae 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 
1492?, 2100, 2101 

Justinianus, Laurentius 
Dottrina della vita monastica 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius?, 
20 October 1494, 21 16, 2117 



Justinianus, Sebastian us 
Oratio habita coram Vladislao rege 

Boemiae 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 
after 5 April 1500,2622 

Justinus, Marcus Junianus 
Epitome in Trogi Pompeii historias 
Venice, Jenson, 1470, 1554 
Milan, Valdarfer (second press), 

1 June 1476, 3077 
Venice, Filippo di Pietro, 12 

December 1479, 1664 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, after 
1489/90,2216 

— before 4 April 1494, 2221 

— ca. 1494?, 2224 

Venice, Philippus Pincius?, 8 
November 1497, 2464 

Paris, Jean Marchant, ca. 1509, 
(3631c) 
— [Italian] 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, not before 1 2 Sep- 
tember 1477, 1698 

Juvenalis, Decimus Junius 
Satirae 

Venice, Printer of Duns Scotus, 

Quaestiones, ca. 1472, 1642 
Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1473, 1544 
Milan, Zarotus, 1474, 3053 
Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, 24 April 

1475, 1649 
Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 23 

October 1476, 3042 
Milan, Zarotus, 1476, 3057 
Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 27 

May 1478, 3047 
Milan, Zarotus, 11 July 1481, 

3062 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 31 

October 1481, 1914 

— 3 August 1482, 1918 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



195 



Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 
3 October 1487, 2251 

Venice, Theodorus de Raga- 
zonibus, 16 June 1491, 2414 

Venice, Tacuinus, 2 December 
1492, 2549 

Turin, Nicolaus de Benedictis 
and Jacobinus Suigus, 8 Octo- 
ber 1494,3519 

Venice, Tacuinus, 28 January 
1494/5, 2556 

Venice, Bevilaqua, 1496?, 2523 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 6 De- 
cember 1497, 755 

Lyons, Nicolaus Wolf, 18 [i.e., 
20?] November 1498, 3829 

Milan, Minutianus, 1500?, 3168 
— [Italian] 

Treviso, Manzolus, not before 3 1 
August 1480, 3307 

JUVENCUS, CAIUS VETTIUS AQUI- 
LINUS 

Historia evangelica heroicis versibus 
conscripta 

Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 
between 21 June 1491 and 2 
December 1497, 3889 



Kamintus, Episgopus Arusiensis 
see Knutsson, Bengt 

KAMISIUS, BENEDICTUS see Knuts- 
son, Bengt 

Kannemann, Johannes 
Passio Jesu Christi 

Nuremberg, Wagner, after 15 
June 1491, 806 

Kanter, Johannes 
Almanac, 1488 [German] 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 1487, S- 
783A 



KANUTUS, BENEDICTUS see Knuts- 
son, Bengt 

Karl IV, Emperor 
Bulla aurea 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 1474, 

766 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 24 May 
1477, 674 
— [German] 

Ulm, Holle, 6 September 1484, 

920 
Strassburg, Priiss, 1485, S-228A 

Kastl, Johannes Von see Johannes 
Castellensis 

Kellner Von Kirchheim, Jo- 
hannes see Johannes de Ket- 
ham, Pseudo- 



Kempf, Nikolaus 
Alphabetum divini amoris 
Alphabetum divini amoris 



see 



Ketham, Johannes De see Jo- 
hannes de Ketham, Pseudo- 

KlLWARDBY, ROBERTUS 

In Aristotelis Analytica priora 
commentum see Columna, Aegi- 
dius, Pseudo- {and see Die philo- 
sophischen Werke des Robertus 
Grosseteste, ed. Ludwig Baur 
[Minister, 1912]: 44*-45*) 

Kimhi, David 

Sefer ha-shorashim [Book of roots] 
Naples, Azriel ben Joseph Ash- 
kenazi Gunzenhauser, be- 
tween 18 August and 15 Sept- 
ember 1490, Heb-21, Heb-22 
Naples, Joshua Solomon ben 
Israel Nathan Soncino, 10 
February 1491, Heb-27 



196 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Kirchheimer, Johannes 

Fasciculus medicinae see Johannes 
de Ketham, Pseudo- (and see Die 
deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters: 
Verfasserlexikon 4 [Berlin, 1983]: 
cols. 1150-54) 

Klagspiegel 

Klagen, Antworten und Urteile 
Augsburg, Berger, ca. 1488, S- 

643A 
Strassburg, Priiss, ca. 1493, 209 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 1497, 
605 

Knutsson, Bengt 

Regimen contra pestilentiam see 
Jacobi, Johannes (On the aut- 
horship of this work, see A. C. 
Klebs and E. Droz, Remedes contre 
lapeste [Paris, 1925]: 53-61; and 
note under Polain 2153) 

Koelner De Vanckel, Johannes 
see Fanckel, Johannes 

Kol Bo [Complete ritual] 

Italy, Unassigned, ca. 1490?, 
Heb-30 

Konrad Von Megenberg 
Buch der Natur 

Augsburg, Bamler, 30 October 
1475,544 

— 19 August 1478,547 

— 20 August 1481,548 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 1499, 

610 
De disciplina scholarium see Boe- 
thius, Pseudo- 



Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 

nartz, not after 30 August 

1470, 1289, 1290 
Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1472, 1532 
Rome, Han and Chardella, 12 

February 1474, 1311, 1312 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 27 August 1478, 

1707, 1708 
Venice, Paltasichis and Boninis, 

12 March "1478" [i.e., 1479], 

1745 
Venice, Theodorus de Raga- 

zonibus, 21 April 1490, 2410, 

2411 
Venice, Vincentius Benalius, 22 

March 1493, 2546 
Venice, Locatellus, 11 October 

1494,2314,2315 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 4 April 1497, 

2524, 2525 

Laetus, Pomponius 
De Romanorum magistratibus 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, after 1497, 3236A 
Romanae historiae compendium 
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 23 

April 1499,2618 
— 12 December 1500, 2624A 

Lafranchinus, Christophorus see 
Lanfranchinus, Christophorus 

Lambertus De Monte 

Expositio circa libros De anima 

Aristotelis cum textu 

Cologne, Quentell (second press), 
5 October 1498,461 



Lactantius, Lucius Coelius 

FlRMIANUS 

Opera 



Landau, Jacob Baruch Ben Judah 
Sefer agur [Book of rites and cus- 
toms] 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



197 



Naples, Azriel ben Joseph 
Ashkenazi Gunzenhauser, ca. 
1490/92, Heb-23, Heb-24 

Landinus, Christophorus 
Formulario di epistole 

Venice, Battista di Bossi, 20 April 
1492, 2506, 2507 

LANDORA, Berengarius De see 
Berengarius de Landora 

Landrechtbuch Bayerns 

Augsburg, Schonsperger, 1 7 

September 1484, 596 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 1495, 641 

Landrechtbuch (Schwaben- 
SPIEGEL) see Schwabenspiegel 

Landuciis, Bernardinus Petrus 

De 
De sensu composito et diviso 

Venice, Pentius, 20 November-3 
December 1500, 2702A 

Lanfranchinus, Christophorus 
Quaestio utrum praeferendus sit 

doctor an miles 

Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 
8 July 1497,3438 

Lanfrancus De Oriano 
Aureus tractatus de arbitris 

Pavia, Franciscus de Guaschis, 1 
May 1499,3476 
Repetitiones 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 

1488, 382A 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pas- 
qualibus, 23 June 1489, 2151 



Lanicia, Guillelmus 
Guillelmus de Lanicia 



DE see 



Lapide, Johannes De see Heynlin, 
Johannes 

Lapus De Castellione 
Allegationes 

Rome, Reinhardi, 14 May 1474, 
1349 

Lascaris, Constantinus 
Erotemata [Greek and Latin] 

Venice, Manutius, 28 February 

1494/5-8 March 1495, 2627, 

2628 

Latini, Brunetto 
II tesoro 

Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, 16 
December 1474, 3295 

LATIS, Bonetus De see Bonetus de 
Latis 

Laude, Oldradus De Ponte De see 
Ponte, Oldradus de 

Laude Facte et Composte Da Piu 
Persone Spirituali 
Florence, Bonaccorsi, 1 March 
1485/6, 2970 

Laudivius Zacchia Vezzanensis 
see Zacchia 

Laufenberg, Heinrich 

Tractat contra pestem, Preservative 

und Regiment 

Strassburg, Kistler, 1500, 305 

Laurentianus Florentinus 
In librum Aristotelis De elocutione 
Venice, Simon de Luere, 8 
January 1500,2730 

Laurentius, Frater 

Somme des vices et vertus [English] 



198 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Westminster, Caxton, ca. 1486, 
3991,3992 

Lauretus, Bernardus 

Casus in quibus iudex saecularis 

potest manus in clericos impo- 

nere 

Paris, Denidel, ca. 1498?, 3716 

Laus Caritatis 

Paris, Caillaut, ca. 1483, 3612 

Lavacrum Conscientiae see Jaco- 
bus de Gruytrode 

Lazzarellus, Ludovicus 
De bombyce 

Rome, Silber, 1498, 1474 

Le Chancelier, Philippe 
De duabus sapientiis see Albertus 
Magnus, Pseudo- 

Legenda Alberti Magni see 
Rudolphus de Novimagio 

Leggenda Di Lazzaro, Marta e 
Maddalena 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 1 
February 1491,2093 

Legnano, Johannes De see Lig- 
nano, Johannes de 

Legrand, Jacobus 
Sophologium 

Cologne, Printer of Albertus 
Magnus, De virtutibus, not 
after 29 September 1473, 
406, 407 
Paris, Friburger, Gering, and 
Crantz, 1 June 1475, 3589 

— 1 June 1477, 3593 

Lyons, Philippi and Reinhart, 
1478?, 3743 

— ca. 1479,3744 



Lehre und Unterweisung Wie 
Ein Junger Mensch . . . 
Augsburg, Bamler, 1472, 538 

Leo I, Pope 
Sermones 

Poland (Chelmno?), Eponymous 
printer, ca. 1473/76, S-1269A 
Sermones et epistolae 

Venice, Lucas Dominici f., 7 Au- 
gust 1482, 1796 

Leonardus De Utino 
Sermones de Sanctis 

Strassburg, Schott, ca. 1483, 145 
Sermones de tempore 

Lyons, Trechsel, 15 July 1496, 
3798 
Sermones quadragesimales 

Venice, Renner and Nicolaus de 
Frankfordia, 1473, 1603, 
1604 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 9 

March 1478, 894 
Speyer, Drach, 23 June 1479, 
838, 839 

Leonardus, Camillus 

Expositio canonum equatorii caeles- 

tium motuum 

Venice, Arrivabenus, 21 July 
1496,2138 

Leonicenus, Nicolaus 
De morbo Gallico 

Venice, Manutius, June 1497, 
2646 
De tiro seu vipera 

Venice, Manutius, ca. 1498, 2673 

Leonicenus, Omnibonus 
Commentum in Ciceronis Ora- 

torem 

Vicenza, Johannes de Reno, 22 
December 1476,3499 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



199 



Commentum in Lucanum 

Venice, Filippo di Pietro, 2 1 July 
1475, 1659 
De arte metrica 

Verona, Boninus de Boninis, 
before 6 June 1483,3379 
De octo partibus orationis 

Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 
zoccho, 14 January 1474, 
2799 

Leopoldus De Austria 
Compilatio de astrorum scientia 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 9 January 
1489,621,622 

Leupoldus, Dux Austriae see 
Leopoldus de Austria 

Leven Ons Heren Jesu Christi 
Schoonhoven, Canonici Regu- 
lars, 1499,3910 

Levi Ben Gerson 
Perush 'al ha-Torah [Commentary 
on the Pentateuch] 
Mantua, Abraham ben Solomon 
Conat and Jedidaiah ha- 
Esrachi, ca. 1474/77, Heb-5, 
Heb-6 

LeyesDelEstilo 

Salamanca, Printer of Antonius 
Nebrissensis, Gramdtica castel- 
lana, 12 April 1500,3976 

Leyes Hechas Por La Brevedad y 

Orden De Los Pleitos 

Salamanca, Printer of Antonius 
Nebrissensis, Gramdtica cas- 
tellana, after 26 June 1499, 
3975 

Liber Moralis De Consilio Pat- 
RIS PRO IUVENIBUS see Consilium 
patris ad iuvenes 



Lichtenberger, Johann 
Prognosticatio 

Germany, Unknown town and 
printer, after 1 April 1488, 
1103 

Lignano, Johannes De 
De bello, repraesaliis, et duello 
Bologna, Henricus de Colonia, 
17 December 1477,3186 

Lilius, Zacharias 
De origine et laudibus scientiarum 
Florence, Bonaccorsi, 7 April 
1496,2981 
Orbis breviarium 

Florence, Miscomini, 5 June 

1493,2891 
Naples, Ayolfus de Cantono, 9 
November 1496, 3285 

Lirer, Thomas 
Schwabische Chronik 

Ulm, Dinckmut, 17 August 1486, 
917 

Littleton, Sir Thomas 
Tenores novelli 

London, Lettou and William de 

Machlinia, 1482,4002 
Rouen, Le Talleur, ca. 1490, 

3858 
London, Pynson, 1496, 4014 

Livius, Titus 

Historiae Romanae decades (I, III— 
IV) 
Rome, Han, before 3 August 

1470, 1300, 1301, 1302 
Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1470, 1513,1514 
Milan, Zarotus, 23 October 1480, 

3059 
Treviso, Johannes Rubeus Ver- 
cellensis, 1485,3326,3327 



200 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 5 
November 1491,2421 

Venice, Philippus Pincius, 3 
November 1495, 2453, 2454 

Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 
20 June 1498,2262,2263 
— [Italian] 

Rome, Apud Sanctum Marcum 
(Puecher), 30 May-20 July 
1476, 1363 

Venice, Torresanus and Bartho- 
lomaeus de Blavis, 13 August 
1485, 1886 

Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 11 
February 1493, 2218, 2219 

Loch er, Jacob us 

Carmen de Sancta Catherina 

Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 1496, 
1256 
Panegyrici ad Maximilianum [et 
opera alia] 

Strassburg, Griininger, after 15 
May 1497, 179 
Theologica emphasis 

Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 1496, 
1257 

Lochmaier, Michael 
Parochiale curatorum 

Hagenau, Gran, 20 August 1498, 
1081 
Sermones de Sanctis 

Hagenau, Gran, 25 July 1497, 

1078 
— 24 March 1500, 1083 

LOLLIUS, ANTONIUS 

Oratio Circumcisionis dominicae 
coram Innocentio VIII habita 
Rome, Plannck, after 1 January 
1485, 1396 

Oratio habita in funere Philiberti 
cardinalis Matisconensis 



Rome, Plannck, not before 30 
September 1484, 1395 
Oratio Passionis dominicae coram 

Innocentio VIII habita 

Rome, Plannck, after 24 March 
1486, 1404 

LOTHARIUS De CONTI see Innocen- 
tius III, Pope 

Louffenberg, Heinrich Von see 
Laufenberg, Heinrich 

Louis XII, King of France 

Les ordonnances royaux publiees a 

Paris le 13juin 1499 

Paris, Jehannot, after 13 June 
1499,3713 

Lucanus, Marcus Annaeus 
Pharsalia 

Venice, Guerinus, 14 May 1477, 

1747, 1748 
Vicenza, Johannes de Reno, 1 1 

May 1482, 3502 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 31 January 

1493,2509,2510,2511 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 20 October 

1498,2533,2534 
Milan, Pachel, 4 May 1499, 3153 
— [French] 

Paris, Verard, 17 September 
1500,3635 

Lucas De Burgo S. Sepulchri 
Somma di aritmetica 

Venice, Paganinus de Paganinis, 
10-20 November 1494 [i.e., 
after 13 August 1502?], 2358 

Lucena, Luis De 

Repeticion de amores, y Arte de 

ajedres 

Salamanca, Hutz and Sans, ca. 
1496, 3977 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



201 



LUGIANUS SAMOSATENSIS 
Charon [Latin] 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), ca. 1494, 447 
Dialogi [Greek] 

Florence, Laurentius (Francisci) 
deAlopa, 1496,2966 
Vera historia 

Venice, Philippus Pincius, 20 

November 1493, 2449 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 25 August 

1494,2516 
Venice, Sessa, "31 June" [i.e., 1 
July?] 1500,2418 

LUCIDARIUS 

Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 
press), ca. 1481, 132 

— [Italian] 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1494, 2911 

Lucretius Carus, Titus 
De rerum natura 

Verona, Fridenperger, 28 Sep- 
tember 1486, 3383, 3384 
Venice, Theodorus de Raga- 
zonibus, 4 September 1495, 
2417 
Venice, Manutius, December 
1500,2691,2692 

Ludolphus De Saxonia 
Vita Christi [Dutch] 

Zwolle, Peter van Os, 20 
November 1495, 3907 

— [Portuguese] 

Lisbon, Valentim Fernandes and 
Nicolau de Saxonia, 14 May- 
20 November 1495, 3987 

Ludolphus De Suchen 
Iter ad Terram Sanctam 

Gouda, Leeu, between 1483 and 
10 June 1484, 3875 



Ludovicus XII, King of France 
see Louis XII, king of France 

Ludovicus De Prussia 
Trilogium animae 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 6 March 
1498, 757, 758 

LULLUS, RAYMUNDUS 
Arbor scientiae 

Barcelona, Posa, 22 August 1482, 
3952 
Opuscula 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 6 April 

1499, 3627 
— 10 April 1499,3628 
Quaestiones dubitabiles super quat- 
tuor libris Sententiarum 
Lyons, Maillet, 4 December 1491, 
3805 

Lumen Animae 

Augsburg, Sorg, 3 September 

1477, 563, 564, 565 
Augsburg, Zainer, 31 December 

1477, 526 
Strassburg, Printer of the 1481 

Legendaaurea, 22 March 1482, 

154, 155, 156 

Lupo De Olmeto 
Regula monachorum ex epistolis 
Hieronymi excerpta 
Nuremberg, Sensenschmidt, ca. 

1470/72, 662 
Speyer, Printer of Gesta Christi, 

ca. 1472, 834 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1481/87, 
1388 

Lupoldus Bebenburgius 
Germanorum veterum principum 

zelus et fervor in Christianam 

religionem 



202 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 15 
May 1497, 1259 

Lupus De Oliveto see Lupo de 
Olmeto 

Lyndewode, William 
Constitutiones provinciales 
Oxford, Rood, 1483,4001 
Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 

31 May 1496, 3995 
London, Pynson, before 9 
October 1499,4016 



M., I. see Merlinus, Jacobus 

Macer Floridus, Pseudo- 
De viribus herbarum 

Geneva, Belot, ca. 1495/98, 3850 
Geneva, Cruse or Belot?, ca. (or 

after?) 1500?, 3848 
Geneva, Belot and Vivian, after 
1500, before 1517, (3851a) 

Macrobius, Aurelius Theo- 

DOSIUS 
In Somnium Scipionis expositio. 
Saturnalia 

Venice, Jenson, 1472, 1566, 1567 
Brescia, Boninus de Boninis, 6 

June 1483,3396 
— 31 May 1485,3400 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 29 

June 1492,2217 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 29 

October 1500,2472, 2473 

Maffeus, Celsus 
Defensiones Canonicorum regu- 
larium contra monachos 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 1 
January 1487 [i.e., 1497/8], 
2493 



Epistola pro facillima Turcorum 
expugnatione 

Venice, Maler, Ratdolt, and Los- 
lein, 1478, 1734 

Magistri, Martin us 
Quaestiones morales de fortitudine 
Paris, Higman and Hopyl, 1 
December 1489, 3665 
Quaestiones morales de tempe- 
rantia 

Paris, Higman and Hopyl, 10 
October 1490,3667 

Magistris, Johannes De 
Quaestiones super tota philosophia 
naturali 

Parma, Damianus de Moyllis, 1 2 
December 1481, 3356, 3357, 
3358 

Magni, JACOBUS see Legrand, Ja- 
cobus 

Magninus Mediolanensis 
Regimen sanitatis 

Lyons, Fradin, 1502?, (3836a) 

Mahomet II 

Epistolae magni Turci see Zacchia, 
Laudivius, Vezzanensis {and see 
Franz Babinger, "Laudivius Zac- 
chia, Erdichter der 'Epistolae 
magni Turci'," in Bayerische 
Akademie der Wissenschaften. 
Phil. -Hist. Klasse. Sitzungsberichte , 
Jahrg. 1960, Heft 13) 

Mahzor [Festival prayers, Roman 

rite] 

Soncino/Casal Maggiore, Bene 
Soncino (sons of Israel Nat- 
han Soncino), September 
1485-21 August 1486, Heb- 
17 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



203 



Maillardus, Oliverius 
La confession 

Paris, Levet, ca. 1489, 3638 

Maimonides, Moses, Rabbi 
Aphorismi secundum doctrinam 
Galeni 

Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dictis, 29 May 1489, 3199, 
3200 
De regimine sanitatis ad Soldanum 
Babyloniae 

Florence, Apud Sanctum Jaco- 
bum de Ripoli, ca. 1481, 2841 
Mishneh Torah [Codification of 
Talmudic laws] 

Rome?, Solomon ben Judah and 
Obadiah ben Moses, ca. 1475, 
Heb-2 
Soncino, Gershom ben Moses 
Soncino, 23 March 1490, 
Heb-15, Heb-16 
Moreh nevukhim [Guide for the 
perplexed] 

Rome, Obadiah, Menasheh, and 
Benjamin of Rome, ca. 
1469/72, Heb-1 

Mainz. Benedictines 

Abbreviatura recessuum capitu- 
larium patrum Ordinis S. Bene- 
dicti see Trithemius, Johannes 

Maiolus, Laurentius 
De gradibus medicinarum 

Venice, Manutius, 1497, 2658 
Epiphyllides in dialecticis 

Venice, Manutius, July 1497, 
2647 

Maioranis, Franciscus De see 
Mayronis, Franciscus de 

Maius,Junianus 

De priscorum proprietate verborum 



Naples, Moravus, 1475, 3270 
Treviso, Bernardus de Colonia, 

1477,3310 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 23 

February 1490,2213 

MALETIS, Albericus De see Alberi- 
cus de Maletis 

Mancinellus, Antonius 
Epitoma seu Regulae constructionis 

Venice, Tacuinus, 21 January 
1498, 2572 
Modus scribendi et orandi 

Paris, Denidel, 1499, 3717 
Opuscula 

Venice, Tacuinus, 9 February 

1498, 2573 
Spica 

Venice, Tacuinus, 9 January 

1499, 2576 
Versilogus 

Rome, Plannck, after 13 No- 
vember 1488, 1408 

Mancinus, DOMINICUS 
Carmen de passione Christi 

Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 

between 21 June 1491 and 25 

January 1492,3888 

Mandeville, Jean De 
Itinerarius 

Cologne, Renchen, ca. 1484, 424 
Cologne, Zierikzee, ca. 1500?, 
490 
— [Italian] 

Venice, Nicolaus de Ferrariis, 1 7 
November 1491,2485 

Manfredis, Hieronymus De 
Liber de homine [Italian] 

Naples, Francesco del Tuppo, 3 1 
August 1478, 3280 



204 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Bologna, Rugerius, 4 March 

1497,3183 
Tractatus de peste 

Bologna, Henricus de Colonia, 

after 31 December 1479, 

3187 

Maniere De Enter et Planter en 
Jardins 

Lyons, Mareschal and Chaus- 
sard, ca. 1496,3819 

Manilio, Antonio 
Prognosticum dialogale usque ad 
annum 1 500 et ultra 
Forli, Guarinus and Johannes 
Jacobus de Benedictis, 26 July 
1495,3587 

Manilius, Marcus 
Astronomicon 

Nuremberg, Miiller, 1473/74, 

788 
Bologna, Rugerius, 20 March 

[i.e., May?] 1474,3176 
Milan, Zarotus, 9 November 

1489,3069 
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, ca. 
1498-1500,2616 

Manliis, Johannes Jacobus De 
Luminare maius super Mesue 
Antidotarium et Practica 
Venice, Locatellus, 28 May 1496, 
2325 

Manneken, Carolus 
Formulae epistolarum 

Heidelberg, Misch, 1488, 1065 

Manuale Scholarium 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), ca. 1489, 435 

Marchesinus, Johannes 



Mammotrectus super Bibliam 
Venice, Renner and Nicolaus de 

Frankfordia, 1476, 1609 
Venice, Jenson, 23 September 

1479, 1593, 1594 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 12 July 1492, 

2508 

Margarita Davitica, Seu Expo- 
sitio Psalmorum 
Augsburg, Zainer, ca. 1475/76, 
522 

Margarita Decretalium 
Annotationes Margaritarum Decre- 
talium 

Basel, Kesler, ca. 1496, 1219, 
1220 

Margarita Legum 

Vienne, Frommolt, ca. 1480?, 
3852 

Marlianus, Johannes, Mediola- 

NENSIS 
Quaestio de caliditate corporum 
humanorum 

Milan, Zarotus, 27 August 1474, 
3051 

Marlianus, Raimundus 

Index locorum in commentario 

Caesaris Belli Gallici descrip- 

torum 

Milan, Accursius, ca. 1478, 3105 

MARSUS, Paulus 

Lamentatio de crudeli Eurapon- 

tinae urbis excidio 

Venice, Federicus de Comitibus, 
1471?, S-1619B 

Marsus, Petrus 
Oratio in die Sancti Stephani 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1490, 1456 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



205 



Panegyricus in memoriam Sancti 
Augustini 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1483/90, 1437 

Martialis, Marcus Valerius 
Epigrammata 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, ca. 

1472, 1536 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1475, 1682, 1683 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 12 

June 1482, 1904, 1905 
Parma, Damianus de Moyllis, ca. 

1482?, 3359 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 17 

July 1485, 1924, 1925 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 20 

September 1490,3118 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 29 

March 1491, 2445 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

13 November 1493, 2254, 

2255 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 

1 August 1495,2381 

Martinus De Bracara 

De formula vitae honestae see 
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, Pseu- 
do-: De quattuor virtutibus car- 
dinalibus (While this treatise may 
be based on a lost work of 
Seneca, the ascription to him of 
the work in its present form is 
false; cf. Martini episcopi Bra- 
carensis Opera omnia, ed. D. W. 
Barlow [New Haven, 1950]: 
204ff.; and Klaus-Dieter Noth- 
durft, Studien zum Einfluss Senecas 
aufdie Philosophie und Theologie des 
zwblften Jahrhunderts [Leiden, 
1963]: 30-31) 

Martianus Capella 



De nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii 
Vicenza, Henricus de Sancto 

Ursio, 16 December 1499, 

3511 
Modena, Bertochus, 15 May 

1500,3528,3529 

Martinus Polonus 

Margarita Decreti, seu Tabula Mar- 

tiniana 

Bologna, Johannes de Nord- 
lingen and Henricus de Har- 
lem, 1482?, 3192 

Speyer, Drach, ca. 1483, 849, 850 

— ca. 1484/85,853 

Venice, Peregrinus de Pasqua- 
libus and Dionysius Berto- 
chus, ca. 1485,2147 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
1 September 1486, 230 

Venice, Peregrinus de Pasqua- 
libus and Dionysius Berto- 
chus, 2 September 1486, 2149 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
13 June 1489,239 

Nuremberg, Koberger, ca. 1491/ 
93,717 

Strassburg, Printer of the Casus 
breves Decretalium, 1493, 296 

Strassburg, Husner (second 
press), 24 December 1499, 
303 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
1484,221 

Marti us, Galeottus see Galeottus, 
Martius 

Martyr, Petrus see Anglerius, 
Petrus Martyr 

Martyrologium 
Viola sanctorum 



206 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Basel, Richel, not after 28 April 

1475, 1139 
Strassburg, Priiss, 8 February 

1499,215 

Marullus, Michael 
Epigrammatum libri II 

Rome, Silber, ca. I486?, 1441 
Hymni et epigrammata 

Florence, Societas Colubris 
(Compagnia del Drago), 26 
November 1497, 3023 

Matheolus Perusinus 
De memoria augenda 

Augsburg, Schaur, ca. 1494/96, 
645 

Mathesilanis, Petrus De see 
Mattaselanus, Petrus 

Mattaselanus, Petrus 
Repetitio legis Filium quern hab- 

entem 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 1 
October 1493,3567 

Matthaeus De Cracovia 
Ars moriendi see Ars moriendi 
De modo confitendi et de puritate 
conscientiae see Thomas Aquinas, 
Pseudo- (and see Glorieux, Rep. 

14, fg) 
Tractatus Rationis et Conscientiae 
Mainz, Printer of the Catholicon 
(Gutenberg?), ca. 1469?, 29 

Matthaeus De Luga 
De diebus criticis 

Rome, Freitag, 1493, 1495 

Mauburnus, Johannes 

Rosetum exercitiorum spiritualium 
et sacrarum meditationum 
Zwolle, Peter van Os, 1494, 3905 



Maurocenus, Paulus 
De aeterna temporalique Christi 
generatione 

Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 
zoccho, 28 April 1473, 2796, 
2797 

Maximianus 

Ethica suavis et periucunda 

Paris, Jehannot and Le Dru, ca. 
1495,3710 

Maximilian I, Emperor 
Kronung Erzherzog Maximilians zu 
einem romischen Konig 
Augsburg, Sorg, after 29 April 
1486, 575 
Ordnung des Heiligen Romischen 
Reichs 

Nuremberg, Unassigned, after 
1500, (S-833b) 
Ordnung des Kammergerichts 
Mainz, Schoeffer, 5 October 
1495,26 



Maximus, Pacificus 
Hecatelegium 

Florence, Miscomini, 13 
vember 1489, 2873 



No- 



Mayneriis, Maynus De 

Dialogus creaturarum moralisatus 
see Dialogus creaturarum mora- 
lisatus 

Mayno, Jason De 
Commentaria in secundam partem 
Codicis 

Pavia, Johannes Antonius de 
Honate, 3 1 January [i.e., after 
13 February] 1493,3469 

Mayronis, Franciscus De 
Sermones ab adventu cum quadra- 
gesimali 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



207 



Venice, Rizus, 20 January 1491/ 

2,2185 
Sermones de Sanctis 

Venice, Peregrinus de Pasqua- 

libus, 11 February 1493/4, 

2156,2157 

Mazza, Clemente Della 
Vita di San Zenobio 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
8 December 1487, 2899 

Meckenlocher, Fridericus 
Casus in terminis libri sexti Dec- 

retalium 

Strassburg, Flach, 1490, 274 

Meder, Johannes 
Quadragesimale de filio prodigo 
Basel, Furter, 1495, 1245 

Mediavilla, Righardus De 
Commentum super quarto Sen- 

tentiarum 

Venice, Dionysius Bertochus, 10 
November 1489, 2435A 

Medici, Lorenzo De' 
Canzone per andare in maschera 
per carnevale 

Florence, Unassigned, ca. 1505?, 
(3035b) 
Rappresentazione dei Santi Gio- 
vanni e Paolo 

Florence, Bonaccorsi, ca. 1491?, 
2978 

Meditation es De Vita et Bene- 
FICIIS Jesu CHRISTI see Thomas a 
Kempis 

Medius, Thomas 
Epirota 

Venice, Celerius, 1483, 1860 



Meffret 

Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis, 
siue Hortulus reginae see Ser- 
mones Meffret de tempore et de 
Sanctis {and see J. A. Glonar, 
" Taratus' und 'Meffreth' — zwei 
vermeintliche Autoren als Bei- 
spiele bibliographischer Missver- 
standnisse," in Zeitschrift fur Buch- 
erfreunde, N.F. 9/2, Heft 8/9 
[1918]: 233-34. "Meffret" has 
been mistaken for a surname, 
whereas it is simply the name of 
the collection of sermons) 

Megenberg, Conrad Von see 
Konrad von Megenberg 

Mela, Pomponius 
Cosmographia, siue De situ orbis 
Milan, Castaldi, 25 September 

1471,3036 
Venice, Renner, 1478, 1614, 

1615 
Valencia, Palmart, 18 March 

1482, 3957 
Venice, Ratdolt, 18 July 1482, 

1809 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 

ca. 1498, 2394 
Venice, Bevilaqua, ca. 1498, 2535 

Melber, Johannes 
Vocabularius predicantium 

Strassburg, Schott, ca. 1487, 148 

Melchior De Parma 
Dialogi de anima 

Milan, Pachel, 29 August 1499, 
3154 

Melusina [German] 

Strassburg, Priiss, ca. 1483/85, 
192 



208 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Mendoza, Inigo De 

Vita Christi fecho por coplas 

Zaragoza, Paulus Hums and 
Juan Blanco, ca. 1479/84, 
3961 

Menesius, Garsias see Garcia 
Menezes 

Mensa Philosophica 

Cologne, Zierikzee, ca. 1500, 487, 
488 

Merlinus, Jacobus 

Invectiva in Faustum Balbi calum- 

niatorem 

Paris, Jehannot, ca. 1494/95, 
3708 

Merula, Georgius 
Enarrationes Satirarum Juvenalis 
Treviso, Confalonerius, not 
before May 1478,3312 
Epistolae duae adversus Franciscum 
Philelphum 

Venice, Girardengus, after 13 
December 1480, 1780 
In librum de homine Martii Galeoti 
opus 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen,ca. 1474/75, 1679 

Mesue, Johannes 
Opera medicinalia 

Pavia, Franciscus de Sancto 
Petro, 23 December 1478-9 
February 1479, 3453 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pas- 
qualibus and Dionysius Ber- 
tochus, 21 December 1484, 
2143 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
14 October 1497,2031 
— [Italian] 



Modena, Vurster, 25 June 1475, 

3520 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

ca. 1492, 2909 

Methodius, Saint, Pseudo- 
Revelationes divinae a Sanctis ange- 
lis factae 
Augsburg, Froschauer, 1 

September 1496, 649, 650 
Basel, Furter, 5 January 1498, 

1247, 1248, 1249 
Memmingen, Kunne, ca. 1499, 
991 

Metlinger, Bartholomaeus 
Ein Regiment der jungen Kinder 
Augsburg, Bamler, 28 August 
1474, 541 

Michael De Dalen 

Casus summarii Decretalium Sexti 

et Clementinarum 

Basel, Wenssler, 25 August 1479, 
1124 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

15 June 1485,225,226 
Cologne, KoelhofF the Elder, 

1485,378 
Strassburg, Printer of the Casus 
breves Decretalium, 1493, 295 

Michael De Hungaria 

Sermones dominicales, Biga salutis 
intitulati see Osualdus de Lasko 
(and see CIH 1 :lxxv-lxxvi) 

Sermones praedicabiles 

Strassburg, Printer of the Casus 
breves Decretalium, 1494, 299 

Michael Scotus 
Expositio super auctorem Spherae 
Bologna, Justinianus de Ruberia, 

16 September 1495,3258 
Liber physiognomiae 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



209 



Venice, Fivizano, 1477, 1724 
Passau, Petri, ca. 1487, 1000 
Lyons, Balsarin, ca. 1488, 3773 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis?, 
ca. 1500?, 2040 
Mensa philosophica see Mensa phi- 
losophica 

Michael Vratoslaviensis 
Iudicium Cracoviense ad annum 

1494 [German] 

Leipzig, Bottiger, 1493, 1038 

Michel, Jean 

Visio revelata divinitus quod 

mundus debeat reformari per 

Carolum VIII 

Paris, Le Dru, 1493?, 3705 

Middleton, Richard see Medi- 
avilla, Richardus de 

Milis, Johannes Nicolaus De 
Repertorium iuris 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

29 April 1475,3915 
Basel, Kesler, 15 March 1488, 
1210 

MILITIO, ALBRICUS De see Albericus 
de Maletis 

Millet, Jacques 

La destruction de Troye 

Lyons, Mathias Huss, 5 January 
1485/6, 3762 

Miniatore, Bartolommeo 
Formulario di epistole see Landinus, 
Christophorus (The authorship 
of this work is disputed, and edi- 
tions are variously catalogued 
under both Miniatore and Landi- 
nus. Since the earliest editions 
are attributed to Landinus, and 



since the proemio is included in 
Roberto Cardini's edition of 
Landinus' s Scritti critici e teorici 
[Rome, 1974], the probability of 
his authorship would seem to 
outweigh that of Miniatore.) 

MirabiliaPuteolorum see Puteoli 

Mirabilia Vel Potius Historia et 
Descriptio Urbis Romae 
Rome, Besicken and Mayer, 16 
June 1494, 1500 

Mishnah [Traditional laws] 
Naples, Joshua Solomon ben 
Israel Nathan Soncino, 8 May 
1492, Heb-28 

MlSSALE MAGDEBURGENSE 
Magdeburg, Koch, 1486, 976 

MlSSALE OLOMUCENSE 

Bamberg, Sensenschmidt, 4 
March 1488, 313 

MlSSALE PATAVIENSE 

Augsburg, Ratdolt, 21 January 
1494, 639 

MlSSALE ROMANUM 

Naples, Moravus, ca. 1490, 3275 
Milan, Zarotus, 1 August 1492, 

3073 
Venice, Johannes Emericus de 

Spira, 28 April 1493,2591 

MlSSALE SARESBERIENSE 

Rouen, Martin Morin, ca. (or 
after?) 1500?, 3860 

MlSSALE VRATISLAVIENSE 

Mainz, Schoeffer, 28 September 
1499, 27 



210 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



MODESTUS 

De vocabulis rei militaris see also 

Scriptores rei militaris 

Venice, Bartholomaeus Cremo- 

nensis and Bartholomaeus de 

Carlo Vercellensis, 27 May 

1474, 1639 

Rome, Silber, 7 June 1487, 1445 

Modus Confitendi (Poeniteas 
ClTO) see Poenitentionarius 

Modus Legendi Abbreviaturas 
Nuremberg, Creussner, 1 

September 1476, 768 
Basel, Solidi, not after 1476, S- 

1107A 
Strassburg, R-Printer, not after 1 

November 1478, 80 
Speyer, Drach, ca. 1478, S-837A 
Nuremberg, Creussner, 1 July 

1482,780 
Speyer, Drach, not after 1484, 

852 
Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), 1487, 429 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

1487-26 February 1488, 235 
— 9 August 1490,240 
Paris, Baligault, 25 October 1493, 

3690 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 23 June 

1494, 742, 743 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

21 July 1494, S-255A 
Paris, Jehannot, 5 June 1497, 

3711 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

20-30 August 1499, 268 

Modus Vacandi et Agceptandi 
Beneficiorum 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1487?, 1448A 



Molinet,Jean 
Roman de la rose moralise 
Paris, Verard, 1511?, (3636a) 

MOLITORIS, ULRICUS 
De lamiis et phitonicis mulieribus 
Reudingen, Otmar, not before 10 

January 1489,971 
Paris, Mittelhus, between 1494 

and 1500,3661 
Basel, Amerbach, ca. 1495, 1 189 
Cologne, Zierikzee, ca. 

1499/1500,480 

— ca. 1500,489 

— ca. 1500?, 491 

MOMBRITIUS, BONINUS 
De dominica Passione 

Milan, Zarotus, 1474, 3054 
Sanctuarium, siue Vitae sanctorum 
Milan, Printer for Boninus 
Mombritius, before 14 Sep- 
tember 1478, 3089 

MONS PlETATIS 

Pro monte pietatis consilia 

Venice, Tacuinus, ca. 1498, 2575 

MONTAGNANA, BARTHOLOMAEUS 
Consilia medica 

Venice, Locatellus, 2 August 
1497, 2336, 2336A 
De urinarum iudiciis 

Padua, Cerdonis, 17 February 
1487,2825 

MONTANUS, MARCUS 
Oratio pro Rhodiorum obedientia 
ad Alexandrum VI 
Rome, Silber, after 10 March 

1493, 1462 
Rome, Calvo, ca. 1524/5, (1432a), 
(1432b) 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



211 



Monte, Lambertus De see Lam- 
bertus de Monte 

Monte, Petrus De 
Repertorium utriusque iuris 

Nuremberg, Sensenschmidt, 7 

October 1476, 665 
Padua, Herbort, 16 November 
1480,2813 

Monte Dell'Orazione 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius?, 
before June 1493,2113 

Monte Sancti Sabini, Fabianus 
De see Giocchis, Fabianus de 

Montis, Petrus De 

De dignoscendis hominibus 

Milan, Zarotus, 17 December 
1492,3074 

Morticellarium Aureum 

Antwerp, Gerard Leeu, 20 
February 1488,3937 

Moses Ben Maimon see Maimo- 
nides, Moses, Rabbi 

Moses Ben Nahman 
Perush 'al ha-Torah [Commentary 
on the Pentateuch] 
Lisbon, Eliezer Toledano, 1 5 July 

1489, Heb-31 
Naples, Joseph ben Jacob 
Ashkenazi Gunzenhauser, 2 
July 1490, Heb-20 

Moses De Goucy 
Sefer mitsvot gadol [Great book of 
precepts] 

Soncino, Gershom ben Moses 
Soncino, 19 December 1488, 
Heb-13,Heb-14 



Munzinger, Hans, Pseudo- 
Biichlein von dem sterbenden 

Menschen 

Augsburg, Sorg, ca. 1481, 569 

Muhammad II see Mahomet II 

Mundinus 
Anatomia 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 20 
February 1494/5, 2607 

Murner, Thomas 

De pythonico contractu 

Strassburg, Hupfuff, after 2 Oc- 
tober 1499,308,309 

Musaeus 

De Herone et Leandro [Greek and 

Latin] 

Venice, Manutius, before Nov- 
ember 1495; 1497?, 2629 



Nanni, Giovanni see Annius, Jo- 
hannes 

Natalibus, Petrus De 
Catalogus sanctorum et gestorum 
eorum 

Vicenza, Henricus de Sancto 
Ursio, 12 December 1493, 
3510 

NaturaBrevium 

London, Pynson, 1494, 4013 

Nauclerus, Johannes 
De simonia 

Tubingen, Otmar, 28 June? 
1500, 1100 

Nepos, Cornelius 
Vitae imperatorum, siue De vita 
illustrium virorum 



212 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Jenson, 8 March 1471, 

1555 
Milan, Pachel and Scinzenzeler, 

1480?, 3099 
Brescia, Jacobus Britannicus, 17 

September 1498, 3422 
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, ca. 

1498/1500,2617 

Nestor, Dionysius 
Vocabularius 

Venice, Anima Mia, 26 June 
1488,2196,2197 

Niavis, Paulus 
Epistolae breves 

Nuremberg, Wagner, ca. 1489, 

804 
Leipzig, Landsberg, ca. 1495, 
1032 

Niccolo Da Poggibonsi 

Viaggio da Venezia alia santa 
Gerusalemme e al Monte Sinai 
Bologna, Justinianus de Ruberia, 
6 March 1500, 3260 

Nicephorus Blemmydes 
Logica 

Venice, Bevilaqua, 30 September 
1498,2532 

Nicolaus De Ausmo 
Giardino d'orazione 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius?, 

1494,2118 

Supplementum Summae Pisanellae 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, not 

after 28 July 1473, 1542, 1543 

Genoa, Moravus and Michael de 

Monacho, 22 June 1474, 3330 

Venice, Renner and Nicolaus de 

Frankfordia, 1474, 1605 
Venice, Renner and Petrus de 
Bartua, 1477, 1610 



Nuremberg, Koberger, 27 June 

1478, 677, 678 
Venice, Wild, "1489" [i.e., 1479], 

1772 
Venice, Unassigned, 1 January 

1479/80,2757 
Venice, Torresanus et socii, 10 

March 1481, 1872, 1873, 

1874 
Venice, Renner, 1482, 1618 
— 1483, 1619 

Nicolaus De Blony 
De sacramentis 

Strassburg, Flach, 1496, 285 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
22 November 1494-1495, 256 

Nicolaus De Cusa 
De vera sapientia 

Cologne, Zierikzee, ca. 1499, 479 

Opuscula theologica et mathematica 

Strassburg, Flach, not after 1489, 

272, 273 
Cortemaggiore, Dolcibelli, ca. 
1502, (1376a) 

Nicolaus De Hanapis 
Virtutum vitiorumque exempla 

Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 1471/ 
72,88 

Strassburg, Pruss, 1490, 204 

Nicolaus De Lyra 

Postilla in Apocalypsim see Johannes 

Evangelista: Apocalypsis [Latin] 

cum glosis [Italian] 
Postilla super epistolas et evangelia 

quadragesimalia 

Venice, Hamann, 13 December 
1494, 2235 

Venice, Tacuinus, 13 February 
15001/1?], 2586 
Postilla super quattuor evangelistas 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



213 



Marienthal, Fratres vitae com- 
munis, ca. 1474, 941 

Mantua, Paulus de Butzbach, 24 
July 1477,3338 
Posdlla super totam Bibliam 

Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 
nartz, 18 November 1471-26 
May 1472, 1295 
Repertorium in Postillam Nicolai de 

Lyra super Bibliam 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 19 April 
1494, 741 

NlGOLAUS EPISCOPUS MODRUSI- 

ENSIS 
Oratio in funere Petri cardinalis S. 

Sixti 

Padua, Cerdonis, 30 August 
1482,2819 

NlGOLAUS Pergamenus 

Dialogus creaturarum moralisatus 
see Dialogus creaturarum moral- 
isatus 

NICOLAUS SALERNITANUS 
Antidotarium 

Venice, Jenson, 1471, 1559 

NlDER,JOHANNES 

Alphabetum divini amoris see 

Alphabetum divini amoris 
Ars moriendi see Ars moriendi 
Consolatorium timoratae conscien- 

tiae 

Augsburg, Sorg, ca. 1484, 572 
De contractibus mercatorum 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1468, 316 

Esslingen, Fyner, ca. 1474/75, 
931 
De morali lepra 

Cologne, Zell, before 1 October 
1470,317 

Paris, Jean Bonhomme, 30 July 
1490,3595 



Formicarius 

Cologne, Zell, not after Septem- 
ber 1473,341 
Augsburg, Sorg, ca. 1484, 573, 

574 
Manuale confessorum 

Basel, Wenssler, ca. 1475, 1117 
Paris, Friburger, Gering, and 

Crantz, 5 April 1477, 3591, 

3592 
Cologne, Winters, ca. 1479/82, 

397 
Praeceptorium divinae legis 

Cologne, Zell, not after 1472, 334 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

1483,217 
Paris, Gering, not before 1483, 

3601 
Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 
cum quadragesimali 
Esslingen, Fyner, ca. 1478/79, 

940 
Die vierundzwanzig goldenen 
Harfen 
Augsburg, Bamler, 18 December 

1472,537 

Niger, Frangiscus 
Grammatica 

Venice, Theodorus Herbipo- 
lensis, 21 March 1480, 1798 
Modus epistolandi 

Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 3 Au- 
gust 1492, 2422 

Niger, Petrus 

Clipeus Thomistarum, siue Quaes- 

tiones super arte veteri Aristotelis 

Venice, Novimagio, 1481, 1757 
Contra perfidos Iudaeos de con- 

ditionibus veri Messiae 

Esslingen, Fyner, 6 June 1475, 
933 



214 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Stern des Meschiah 

Esslingen, Fyner, 20 December 
1477, 938 

NlGRl, PETRUS see Niger, Petrus 

Noe, a Franciscan 

Viaggio da Venezia alia santa Geru- 

salemme see Niccolo da Poggi- 

bonsi 

Nonius Marcellus 
De proprietate Latini sermonis 
Venice, Unassigned, 1471, 2752, 

2753 
Venice, Jenson, 1476, 1582 
Brescia, Boninus de Boninis, 17 

July 1483,3397 
Venice, Nicolaus de Ferrariis, 8 

June 1492,2486 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 17 

May 1496, 2445 
Venice, Antonius de Gusago, 12 

February 1498, 2736 
Milan, Johannes Angelus Scin- 

zenzeler, 1500,3167 

Novae Narrationes 

London, Pynson?, before 1501?, 
4021 

Nursia, Benedictus De see Bene- 
dictus de Nursia 

Nuvolonus, Philippus 
Oratio ad Christiernum, regem 
Daciae 

Mantua, Petrus Adam de 
Michaelibus?, after 12 May 
1474, 3332 



Obiectiones in Dicta Talmud 
Seductoris Iudaeorum 
Vienna, Winterburger, ca. 1499, 
1275 



Ochsenbrunner, Thomas 
Priscorum heroum stemmata 
Rome, Besicken and Mayer, 18 
February 1494, 1499 

OCKAM, GuiLLELMUS De see Guillel- 
mus de Ockam 

Odendorff, Henricus De see Hen- 
ricus de Odendorff 

Odo Magdunensis see Macer Flori- 
dus, Pseudo- 

Odonis, Geraldus see Gerardus 
Odonis 

Oefeninghe Vander Passien Ende 
Vanden Liden Ons Heren Jesu 
CHRISTI see Passie Ons Heren 

Officium Beatae Mariae Virginis 
Naples, Moravus, 3 October 

1487,3273 
Venice, Hamann, 1493, 2234 

Offredus, Apollinaris 
Expositio in primum Posteriorum 
Aristotelis 

Venice, Otinus de Luna, 14 
January 1497, 2704 
In librum Aristotelis De anima 
Venice, Locatellus, 10 September 
1496, 2327 

Oldradus De Ponte see Ponte, 
Oldradus de 

Omnibonus Leonicenus see Leoni- 
cenus, Omnibonus 

Opusculum Repertorii Prog- 
NOSTICON see Prognosticon 

Orbellis, Nicolaus De 
Compendium in mathematicam, 
physicam, et metaphysicam 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



215 



Bologna, Henricus de Harlem 
and Matthaeus Crescentinus, 
1485,3216 
Expositio in Summulas logicales 

Petri Hispani 

Venice, Albertinus Vercellensis, 
10 March 1500, 2229A 

Oresme, Nicolaus 

De latitudinibus formarum 

Padua, Cerdonis, 18 February 
1486,2823 

Orosius, Paulus 
Historiae adversus paganos 

Augsburg, Schussler, ca. 7 June 

1471,529,530 
Vicenza, Liechtenstein, 1475?, 

3493 
Venice, Scotus, 30 July 1483, 

1785, 1786 
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 12 
October 1500,2623,2624 
— [French] 

Paris, Pierre Le Rouge, 21 Au- 
gust 1491, 3644, 3645 

Orpheus 
Argonautica [Greek] 

Florence, Ricardinus, 1 9 Septem- 
ber 1500, 3022 

Ortolff Von Bayerland 
Arzneibuch 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 17 March 
1477,673 
Buchlein der schwangeren Frauen 
Augsburg, Schobsser, before 
1498,615 

Osualdus De Lasko 

Sermones dominicales Biga salutis 

intitulati 

Hagenau, Gran, 28 September 
1499, 1082 



Ovidius Naso, Publius 

De arte amandi et De remedio 

amoris 

Venice, Tacuinus, 5 July 1494, 
2552 
Epistolae heroides 

Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

17 May 1491,2252 
Venice, Tacuinus, 26 June 1499, 
2580 

— [Italian] 

Naples, Francesco del Tuppo, ca. 

1480,3282 
Fasti 

Milan, Zarotus, 5 June 1483, 

3065 
Venice, Antonius Battibovis, 27 

August 1485, 2190 
Rome, Silber, 23 October 1489, 

1452 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 10 

November 1489,3117 
Venice, [Petrus de Quarengiis 

and?] Troilus Zani, 27 Octo- 
ber 1492, 2487 
Venice, Tacuinus, 12 June 1497, 

2570 
Metamorphoses 

Parma, Portilia, 15 May 1480, 

3345 
Venice, Locatellus, 5 June 1493, 

2298 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 

after 5 September 1493, 2104 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 7 September 

1493,2513 
— 8 July 1497, 2528 

— [French] 

Bruges, Mansion, May 1484, 
3913A 

— [Italian] 

Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 10 
April 1497, 2227 
Opera 



216 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, before 
December 1474, 1647 

Vicenza, Liechtenstein, 10 May- 
12 August 1480, 3495 

Venice, Rizus, 27 November 
1486-13 January 1486/7, 
2173,2174 

Venice, Lazarus de Soardis, 3 
March-1 April 1492, 2440 

Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
7 January 1497/8-9 Nov- 
ember^) 1498,2389 
Tristia 

Venice, Tacuinus, 26 March 
1499, 2577 



Paeantius, Alexander Benedig- 
TUS see Benedictus, Alexander 

Pagan ellus, Bartholomaeus 
De imperio Cupidinis 

Modena, Rocociolus, 23 May 
1492,3524 
Elegiae 

Modena, Rocociolus, 7 October 
1489, 3522 

Palladius, Domitius 
Epigrammata, elegiae, et gene- 

thliacum urbis Romae 

Paris, Kerver and Wolf, ca. 
1498/99,3724 

Pallavicinus, Baptista 
Historia flendae crucis et funeris 

Jesu Christi 

Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, 21 
February 1494, 3301 

Panciera Da Prato, Ugo see 
Panziera da Prato, Ugo 

Panegyrici Veteres Latini 
Milan, Zarotus, ca. 1482, 3064 



Panormitanus De Tudesghis, 
Nigolaus see Tudeschis 

Pantheus, Johannes Antonius 
Annotationes ex trium dierum con- 

fabulationibus 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 
1505?, (2626b) 

Panvinis, Johannes Franciscus 

DE 

Oratio in laudem Leopoldi marchi- 
onis Austriae 

Rome, Silber, after 20 November 
1484, 1438 

Panziera Da Prato, Ugo 
Trattati 

Florence, Miscomini, 9 June 
1492, 2886 

Paolo Da Fugegghio 

Responsioni nelle conclusioni pub- 
blicati contro a frate Girolamo in 
nome di frate Leonardo 
Florence, Morgiani, after April 
1497,3018 

Papa, Guido 

Commentaria et apparatus super 

statuto Delphinali 

Lyons, Suigus and Nicolaus de 
Benedictis, 1496, 3826, 3827 

Papias 
Vocabularium 

Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 30 
June 1485, 2063 

Paraldus, Guillelmus see Guillel- 
mus Paraldus 

Paratus 

Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 
see Sermones Parati de tempore 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



217 



et de Sanctis (and see]. A. Glonar, 
" Taratus' und 'Meffreth' — zwei 
vermeintliche Autoren als Bei- 
spiele bibliographischer Miss- 
verstandnisse," in Zeitschrift fur 
Bucherfreunde, N.F. 9/2, Heft 8/9 
[1918]: 232-33. Wrongly ascribed 
to Berthold von Wiesbaden in a 
MS in Wiirzburg; see Adolar 
Zumkeller, Manuskripte von Werk- 
en der Autoren des Augustiner- 
Eremitenordens in mitteleuropaischen 
Bibliotheken [Wiirzburg, 1966]: 
235; but see also J. B. Schneyer, 
Repertorium der lateinischen Ser- 
mones des Mittelalters 43/4 [Miin- 
ster, 1972]: 523. "Paratus" has 
been mistaken for a surname, 
whereas it is simply the first word 
of the biblical quotation that 
begins each of the two parts of 
the collection) 

Paris et Vienne [Low German] 
Antwerp, Gerard Leeu, 1488, 
3938 

Parker, Henry 
Dives and Pauper 

Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 
3 December 1496, 3996 

Partibus, Jacobus De 
Summula per alphabetum super 
plurimis remediis ex ipsius Me- 
sue libris excerptis 
Lyons, Trechsel, ca. 1500 [i.e., 
Venice, J. and G. de Grego- 
riis,ca. 1505], (3803a) 

Parti das 

Las siete partidas de Alfonso X el 

Sabio 

Seville, Companeros alemanes, 
24 December 1491,3964 



Passageriis, Rolandinus De 
Flos testamentorum 

Padua, Cerdonis, 13 May 1482, 
2816 

Passie Ons Heren 
Oefeninghe vander passien ende 
vanden liden ons heren Jesu 
Christi 

Schoonhoven, Canonici Regu- 
lares, 10 November 1497, 
3909 

Passio Domini Jesu Christi Se- 
cundum QUATTUOR EVANGELIA 
Liibeck, Printer of Calderinus, 
ca. 1480, S-945A 

Passio Sanctorum Decem Milium 
Militum Ac Martyrum 
Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), 5 July 1498, 459 

Patriarchatus 

Patriarchatus, archiepiscopatus et 

episcopatus totius ecclesiae catho- 

licae 

Augsburg, Schaur, 1494, 644 

Paulus II, Pope 

Regulae, ordinationes, et constitu- 
tiones Cancellarium Apostolicae 
Augsburg, Wiener, 1476, 587 

Paulus Burgensis see Paulus de 
Sancta Maria 

Paulus Diaconus 
Homiliarius doctorum see Homili- 
arius doctorum 

Paulus Florentinus 
Breviarium totius iuris canonici 
Milan, Pachel and Scinzenzeler, 
28 August 1479, 3097 



218 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Memmingen, Kunne, 1486, 979, 

980 
— 1499, 990 
Quadragesimale de reditu pecca- 
toris ad Deum 
Milan, Pachel and Scinzenzeler, 

10 September 1479, 3098 

Paulus, Hieronymus 
Practica Cancellariae apostolicae 
Rome, Besicken and Mayer, not 
before 11 August 1493, 1497 

Paulus De Middelburgo 
Prognostica ad viginti annos dura- 
tura (1484-1504) 
Leipzig, Landsberg, ca. 1492?, 
1028 
Prognosticon anni 1482 

Venice, Ratdolt, 1481/82, 1803 
Prothonotariomastix 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 
between 29 February 1484 
and 1485,3927 

Paulus De Sancta Maria 
Scrutinium scripturarum 

Strassburg, Mentelin, not after 

1470,55 
Rome, Han, not after 11 June 

1471, 1304 
Strassburg, Mentelin, ca. 1474, 

64 
Mantua, Schallus, 1475, 3340 
Mainz, Schoeffer, 7 January 

1478, 19 

Paulus Venetus 

Expositio in Analytica posteriora 
Aristotelis 
Venice, Novimagio and Reyns- 

burch, 14 June 1477, 1749 
Venice, Anima Mia, 11 August 
1486,2193,2194 
Expositio in libros De generatione 



et corruptione Aristotelis 
Venice, Locatellus, 21 May 1498, 

2346 
Expositio librorum naturalium Aris- 
totelis 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1476, 1692 
Expositio super Universalia Por- 
phyrii et Artem veterem Aris- 
totelis 
Venice, Locatellus, 23 September 

1494,2312,2313 
Sophismata 

Pavia, Nicolaus Girardengus, 4 

March 1483, 3459 
Summula logicae 

Venice, Filippo di Pietro, ca. 

1481,1666 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 5 May 

1498,2712 

Pepis, Franciscus De 
Repetitio capituli Unde vir et uxor 
Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 8 
January 1494/5, 3574 

Peraldus, Guillelmus see Guillel- 
mus Paraldus 

Peregrinus 

Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 

ca. 1482,909 
Strassburg, Griininger, 4 Sep- 
tember 1495, 172 

Perez De Valentia, Jacobus 
Opuscula 

Valencia, Fernandez de Cordoba 
and Gabriel Luis de Arinyo, 
1484-March 1485, 3958 

Periglis, Angelus De 
Repetitio legis In suis ff. De liberis 
et posthumis 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



219 



Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 28 
May 1494,3572 
Tractatus in materia societatum 
Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 4 
July 1493, 3565 

Perottus, Nigolaus 
Cornucopiae linguae Latinae 
Venice, Bernardinus de Choris, 

25 May 1492,2375 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 27 

March 1494, 2450 
Venice, Dionysius Bertochus, 12 
May 1494,2439 
De generibus metrorum 

Verona, Boninus de Boninis, 
before 6 June 1483, 3380, 
3381 
Rudimenta grammatices 

Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 1 1 
December 1483, 1920 

Persius Flaccus, Aulus 
Satirae 

Basel, Flach, ca. 1474, 1148 
Venice, Printer of the 1480 

Martial, 1480, 1854 
Treviso, Paulus de Ferraria, 

1481,3329 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 14 

March 1482, 1916 
— 6 December 1482, 1919 
Venice, Novimagio, 24 December 

1482, 1758, 1759 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pasqua- 

libus and Dionysius Berto- 
chus, 10 September 1484, 

2142 
Venice, Antonius Battibovis, 17 

September 1485,2191 
Brescia, Jacobus Britannicus, 17 

February 1486, 3409, 3410 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 

1490,3121 



Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 3 

August 1491,2097, 2098 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de 

Ragazonibus, 1 7 January 

1492/3, 2587, 2588, 2589 
Milan, Pachel, 22 April 1494, 

3148 
Venice, Tacuinus, 14 February 

1494/5,2558 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 13 

April 1495, 2489, 2490 
Venice, Antonius de Gusago, 28 

September 1497, 2733, 2734 
Venice, Tacuinus, 4 November 

1499,2581,2582 
Lyons, Nicolaus Wolf, 27 [i.e., 

28?] January 1499, 3830, 

3831 
Paris, Tholoze, ca. 1499, 3720 
Paris, Kerver, 12 May 1500, 3735 
Brescia, Jacobus Britannicus, 2 1 

July 1500,3424,3425 
Lyons, Jean de Vingle, 7 August 

1500,3818 
Paris, Denidel, ca. 1500, 3715 
Heidelberg, Knoblochtzer, after 

1500?, (1070a) 

Pestblatt 

Augsburg, Unassigned, ca. 1472/ 
74, 659 

Petrarga, Francesco 
Canzoniere e Trionfi 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1470, 1515 
Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 

zoccho, 6 November 1472, 

2795 
Venice, Gabriele di Pietro, not 

before 13 August 1473, 1621 
Sant'Orso, Achates, 1474, 3480 
Venice, Filippo di Pietro, 14 

August 1482, 1667 



220 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Petrus de Plasiis, 31 

May-18 August 1484, 1774 
Venice, Rizus, 18 April-12 June 

1488,2176,2177,2178 
Venice, Petrus de Plasiis, 22 April 

1490, 1775, 1776 
— 10 May 1491-1 April 1492, 

1778 
Venice, Giovanni Capcasa, 12 

January-28 March 1493, 

2434 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 10 

February-26 March 1494, 

3128,3129 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

1 1 July-30 August 1497, 2261 
Canzoniere 

Venice, Novimagio and Reyns- 

burch, 30 March 1478, 1753, 

1754 
De remediis utriusque fortunae 
Heidelberg, Knoblochtzer, ca. 

1490, 1069 
Cremona, Misintis and Caesar 

Parmensis, 1 7 November 

1492,3387 
De vera sapientia see Nicolaus de 

Cusa 
De viris illustribus [Italian] 

Pojano, Antiquarius and Ziletus, 

1 October 1476,3533 
De vita solitaria 

Strassburg, R- Printer, not after 

1473, 73 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 13 

August 1498,3143 
Epistolae familiares 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 

13 September 1492, 1981, 

1981A 
Opera Latina 

Basel, Amerbach, 1496, 1191, 

1192 
Secretum de contemptu mundi 



Strassburg, R-Printer, not after 

1473, 72 
Antwerp, Gerard Leeu, 14 March 

1489,3939 
Testamentum 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, ca. 

1499,2621 
Trionfi 

Venice, Novimagio and Reyns- 

burch, 6 February 1478, 

1750,1751, 1752 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pas- 

qualibus and Dionysius Berto- 

chus, 8 April "1488" [i.e., 

1486], 2148 
Florence, Bonaccorsi, ca. 1488, 

2971 

Petrarca, Francesco, Pseudo- 
Vite dei pontefici ed imperatori 
romani 

Florence, Apud Sanctum Jaco- 
bum de Ripoli, not after 3 
February 1478/9, 2839 

Petrucius, Fredericus 
Disputationes, quaestiones, et con- 

silia 

Rome, Rot, 25 June 1472, 1338 
Tractatus super permutatione bene- 

ficiorum 

Rome, Rot, 1472?, 1339 

Petrus, Frater 

Legenda de vita S. Catharinae [Ger- 
man] 

Strassburg, Griininger, 2 July 
1500, 190 

Petrus De Abano 

Conciliator differentiarum philo- 
sophorum et medicorum 
Pavia, Gabriel de Grassis, 6 No- 
vember 1490, 3467 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



221 



Venice, Locatellus, 15 March 
1496,2323,2324 
De physiognomia 

Padua, Maufer, 1474, 2807 
De venenis 

Rome, Lignamine (first press), 27 

January 1475, 1326 
Padua, Cerdonis, 18 December 

1487, 2828 
Rome, Plannck, 17 March 1490, 
1416 
Expositio Problematum Aristotelis 
cum textu 
Mantua, Paulus de Butzbach, 

1475,3336,3337 
Venice, Herbort, 25 February 
1482, 1868 

Petrus De Alliaco 
Concordantia astronomiae cum 
theologia 

Augsburg, Ratdolt, 2 January 
1490, 627, 628 
De eis quae in tribus regionibus 
aeris fiunt 

Leipzig, Kachelofen, ca. 1493/ 
1500, 1016 
Formularium instrumentorum ad 
usum Curiae Romanae see Form- 
ularium 
Imago mundi 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 
ca. 1477/83,3917 
Tractatus et sermones 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
1490,243 

PetrusDeAquila 

Quaestiones super libros Senten- 

tiarum 

Speyer, Drach, 1480, 842 

Petrus De Bergamo 
Tabula operum Thomae Aquinatis 
Basel, Kesler, 1495, 1217 



Petrus Blesensis 

Poeniteas cito see Poenitentionarius 
(and see Egino Weidenhiller, 
Untersuchungen zur deutschsprachi- 
gen katechetischen Literatur des 
spaten Mittelalters [Miinchen, 
1965]: 195-200) 

Petrus De Bosgo 

Dialogus inter clericum et militem 
super dignitate papali et regia see 
Dialogus {and see Richard Scholz, 
Die Publizistik zur Zeit Philipps des 
Schonen und Bonifaz' VIII [Stutt- 
gart, 1903]: 333-52) 

Petrus Cameracensis 
Legenda Sanctae Dympnae 
Antwerp, Bac, 1496, 3942 

Petrus De Ciperia see Petrus 
Lemovicensis 

Petrus Comestor 
Historia scholastica 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
after 24 February 1485, 224 
Basel, Amerbach, after 25 No- 
vember 1486, 1162 

Petrus De Cruce 

Quaestio de ratione subiecti primi 

scientiae 

Venice, Hamann, 25 April 1500, 
2248 

Petrus Damascenus 
Liber in laudem Mariae Virginis 
Speyer, Johann and Conrad Hist, 
ca. 1485, 869 

Petrus Damiani, Pseudo- 
Cinque trattati 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius?, 
29 November 1493,2114 



222 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



PETRUS HlSPANUS see Johannes 
XXI, Pope 

Petrus De Ilperinis Romanus 
De divina praedestinatione 

Augsburg, Monastery of SS. 
Ulrich and Afra, 1473/74, 552 

Petrus De Lacepiera see Petrus 
Lemovicensis 

Petrus Lemovicensis 
De oculo morali 

Augsburg, Sorg, ca. 1477, 566 
— [Italian] 

Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 21 
May 1496, 2226 

Petrus De Limoges see Petrus 
Lemovicensis 

Petrus Lombardus 
Sententiarum libri IV 

Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 

Ariminensis, ca. 1476, 113 
Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 10 

March 1477, 1737 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 10 May 

1481,681,682 
Basel, Richel, not after 1482, 

1144 
Basel, Kesler, 28 February? 1486, 

1204 

— 23 May 1487, 1205, 1206 

— 22 September 1488, 1213 
Venice, Locatellus, 16 December 

1489, 2274 
Nuremberg, Koberger, after 2 

March 1491, 714 
Basel, Kesler, 20 February 1498, 

1222 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 1500, 764 

Petrus Martyr see Anglerius, 
Petrus Martyr 



Petrus De Palude 

In quartum Sententiarum 

Venice, Locatellus, 20 September 
1493,2303 

Petrus De Palude, Pseudo- 
Sermones Thesauri novi de Sanctis 
Basel, Ruppel, 1485, 1107 
Strassburg, Flach, 1493, 281 
Sermones Thesauri novi de tem- 
pore 
Strassburg, Printer of the 1483 

Vitas pdtrum, 1483, 157 
Strassburg, Flach, 1491, 278 
— 1493,282 

Petrus Raven nas 

Phoenix 

Bologna, Bazalerius de Baza- 
leriis, "10 January 1491[/2]" 
[i.e., after 10 January 1492], 
3194 

Petrus De Rosenheim 

Roseum memoriale divinorum elo- 

quiorum 

Cologne, Eponymous printer, ca. 
1483,492 

Petrus De Tussignano 
De peste 

Venice, Unassigned, ca. 1472, 
2754 

Petrus De Unzola 
Aurora novissima 

Vicenza, Henricus de Sancto 

Ursio, after 21 April 1485, 

3504 

Petrus De Vigentia 

Oratio pro capessenda expeditione 

contra infideles 

Rome, Silber, after 25 March 
1490, 1454 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



223 



Relatio super falsis brevibus apos- 
tolicis 

Rome, Silber, 9 November 1497, 
1471A 

Peyligk, Johannes 
Compendium philosophiae natu- 

ralis 

Leipzig, Lotter, 12 September 
1499, 1044 

Pflaum, Jakob 
Calendarium (1477-1552) 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
1478,895,896 

Phalaris, Pseudo- 
Epistolae [Greek] 

Venice, Pelusius, Bracius, Bisso- 
lus, and Mangius, 18 June 
1498,2737 

— [Latin] 

Rome, Han, ca. 1468/69, 1298 

— ca. 1470/71, 1303 

Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, 1471, 

3294 
Venice, Printer of Duns Scotus, 

Quaestiones, ca. 1472, 1643 
Brescia, Ferrandus, 1 September 

[1473?], 3391 
Naples, Printer of Silvaticus, 

1474, ca. 1474,3268 
Sant'Orso, Johannes de Reno, 

1475,3481 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1479/80, 

1382 
Florence, Francisci, 1487, S- 

2989A 
Venice, Types of Lazarus de 

Soardis, ca. 1493/95, 2442 
Leipzig, Thanner, 31 May 1498, 

1057 

— [Italian] 

Padua, Canozius, 1471, 2788 



Naples, Printer of Silvaticus, 
1474, ca. 1474,3269 

Pharetra Doctorum et Philo- 
sophorum 

Strassburg, Mentelin, ca. 1472, 
56,57,58 

Pharetra Fidei Catholicae 
Contra Iudaeos see Theobaldus, 
subprior (On the authorship of 
this work see Valentin Rose, 
Verzeichniss der lateinischen Hand- 
schriften der Koniglichen Bibliothek 
zu Berlin 2/1 [Berlin, 1901]: 474f) 

Philelphus, Franciscus 
De sacerdotio salvatoris nostri Jesu 
Christi 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1488/90, 
1413 
Epistolae 

Venice, Johannes Rubeus, Janu- 
ary 1487 [i.e., 28 January 
1488], 2210,2211 
Basel, Amerbach, not after 1488?, 

1165 
Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 

ca. 1488, 3884 
Venice, Bernardinus de Choris, 3 

April 1489, 2369 
Basel, Amerbach, before July 
1496, 1190 
Invectiva in Georgium Merulam 
Padua, Cerdonis, after 4 June 
1481,2815 
Mediolanensia convivia duo 

Milan, Magniagus, ca. 1483/84, 
3112 
Odae 

Brescia, Angelus Britannicus, 4 
July 1497,3416 
Orationes cum quibusdam aliis eius- 
dem operibus 



224 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Philippus Pincius, 14 

October 1492, 2447 
Basel, Amerbach, not after 1498, 

1198, 1199 
Satirae 

Milan, Valdarfer (second press), 

13 November 1476,3078 

Philelphus, Johannes Marius 
Novum epistolarium 

Paris, Gering, after 5 July 1481, 

3599 
Basel, Amerbach, 1489, 1168 
Venice, Tacuinus, 6 October 
1492, 2548 

Philippi, Jacobus 
Praecordiale sacerdotum 

Basel, Furter, 16 June 1489, 
1238 

Philippus De Bronnerde see Jo- 
hannes de Bromyard 

Phocylides, Pseudo- 
Poema nutheticon [Latin] 

Augsburg, Froschauer, after 5 
April 1500,656 

Picus De Mirandula, Johannes 
Apologia conclusionum suorum 
Naples, Francesco del Tuppo, 
after 31 May 1487, 3284 
Heptaplus de septiformi sex dierum 
geneseos enarratione 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1490, 3903 
Opera 

Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, 20 March-16 July 
1496,3233 
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 14 
August-9 October 1498, 
2611,2612 



Pierre De Limoges see Petrus 
Lemovicensis 

Pintor, Petrus 

Aggregator sententiarum de pesti- 

lentia 

Rome, Silber, 20 February 1499, 
1475 

Piperarius, Andreas 
De laudibus legum oratio 

Bologna, Vincentius et fratres de 

Benedictis, after 22 October 

1498,3261 

Piro, Henricus De 
Super institutis 

Cologne, Winters, ca. 1482, 399 

Pius II, Pope 

De captione urbis Constantino- 
politanae 

Rome, Gensberg, ca. 1474, 1346 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1488/90, 
1414 
De duobus amantibus 

Sant'Orso, Johannes de Reno, ca. 

1475,3482 
Lyons, Philippi and Reinhart, ca. 

1479, 3745 
Venice, Stagninus, 8 July 1483, 

2070 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 1 
March 1497,2491 
De educatione puerorum ad regem 
Bohemiae Ladislaum 
Cologne, Zell, not after 1472, 335 
De miseria curalium 

Rome, Guldinbeck, not after 
August 1475, 1367 
De remedio amoris 

Rome, Printer of the Mercuri- 
ales quaestiones (Theobaldus 
Schencbecher), ca. 1473, 1340 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



225 



De ritu, situ, moribus et conditione 
Teutoniae 

Leipzig, Stockel, 9 April 1496, 
1049 
De situ et origine Pruthenorum 
Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1471/75,346 
Dialogus contra Bohemos atque 
Thaboritas de sacra communione 
Cologne, Zell, not after 1472, 336 
Epistola ad Mahumetem 

Rome, Han and Chardella, ca. 

1473/74, 1309 
Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, 12 

August 1475, 3296 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1490, 1420 
Epistola ad Procopium de fortuna 
Rome, Guldinbeck, before 30 

August 1475, 1366 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1481/87, 
1389 
Epistola iuveni non esse negandum 
amorem 

Rome, Guldinbeck, 1477?, 1373 
Epistolae familiares 

Strassburg, R-Printer, not after 

1478,81 
Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

1483,3922 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 17 July 

1486, 706 
— 17 May 1496, S-748A 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 1 
December 1496,3135,3136 
Lyons, Jean de Vingle, 8 Nov- 
ember 1497, 3815 
Epistolae in cardinalatu editae 
Rome, Schurener, 14 July 1475, 

1355 
Rome, Guldinbeck, ca. 1477, S- 
1373B 
Epistolae in pontificatu editae 
Milan, Zarotus, 25 May 1473, 
3049 



— October 1487,3066 
Historia Bohemica 

Rome, Schurener and Hanhey- 
mer, 10 January 1475, 1354 
Basel, Furter, ca. 1489, 1240 
Historia rerum ubique gestarum 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 1477, 1702 
In Europam 

Memmingen, Kunne, not after 
March 1491, 983 
Somnium de fortuna see his Epistola 
ad Procopium de fortuna 

Platea, Franciscus De 
Opus restitutionum, usurarum, 
excommunicationum 
Venice, Bartholomaeus Cremo- 

nensis, 1472, 1636, 1637 
Italy, Unassigned, not after 1472, 

3588 
Padua, Achates, not after 28 July 

1473,2803,2804 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 25 March 1474, 

1669, 1670 

— 22 January 1477, 1695 

Platina, Bartholomaeus 
De honesta voluptate et valetudine 
Venice, Aquila and Umber, 13 

June 1475, 1720 
Rome, Han, ca. 1475, 1315 
Cividale, Gerardus de Lisa, 24 

October 1480, 3553 
Bologna, Johannes Antonius de 

Benedictis, 11 May 1499, 

3262, 3263 
Vitae pontificum 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 11 June 1479, 

1712, 1713 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 11 Au- 
gust 1481, 683 



226 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Treviso, Johannes Rubeus Ver- 
celensis, 10 February 1485, 
3325 

Plato 
Epistolae [Latin] 

Leipzig, Kachelofen, ca. 1490, 
1011 
Opera [Latin] 

Florence, Laurentius (Francisci) 
de Alopa, May 1484-before 
April 1485, 2960, 2961 
Venice, Bernardinus de Choris, 
13 August 1491,2373,2374 

Plautus, Titus Maccius 
Comoediae 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1472, 1533 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 1 
December 1490,3119, 3120 
— ca. 1497?, 3137, 3138 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 1 7 September 
1499,2536,2537 

Plenarium 
Epistolae et Evangelia 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri?, 
ca. 1499?, 2958 

Plinius Secundus, Gaius 
Historia naturalis 

Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 

nartz, not after 30 August 

1470, 1291 
Venice, Jenson, 1472, 1568, 

1569, 1570 
Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 

nartz, 7 May 1473, 1297 
Parma, Corallus, 1476, 3350, 

3351,3352,3353 
Treviso, Manzolus, not before 13 

October 1479, 3302, 3303 
Parma, Portilia, 8 July 1481, 

3348, 3349 



Venice, Novimagio, 6 June 1483, 

1761, 1762, 1763 
Venice, Saracenus, 14 May 1487, 

2205 
Venice, Thomas de Blavis, 3 

November 1491, 1912 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

12 December 1496, 2260 
Venice, Alvisius, 18 May 1499, 

2721,2722 
— [Italian] 

Venice, Jenson, 1476, 1583 

Plinius Secundus, Gaius Cae- 

gilius 
Epistolae 

Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 26 

February 1478, 3045 
Treviso, Johannes Rubeus Ver- 

cellensis, 1483,3320,3321 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, 19 October 1498, 3239 
Epistolae et Panegyricus 

Venice, Roscius, ca. 1492?, 2590 

Plinius Secundus, Gaius Cae- 

cilius, Pseudo 
De viris illustribus see Victor, Sextus 

Aurelius, Pseudo- 



Plotinus 
Opera [Latin] 

Florence, Miscomini, 7 
1492,2884,2885 



May 



Plutarch us 
Apophthegmata 

Venice, Printer of Basilius, De vita 
solitaria, ca. 1471/72, 1600 
De claris mulieribus 

Brescia, Boninus de Boninis, 23 
March 1485,3399 
De liberis educandis 

Brescia, Jacobus Britannicus, 7 
December 1485, 3407 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



227 



— [Valencian dialect] 

Valencia, Hagenbach and Hutz?, 

ca. 1493?, 3960 
Problemata 

Venice, Dominicus de Sili- 

prandis,ca. 1477, 1769, 1770 
Ferrara, Belfcrtis, ca. 1477?, 

2764 
Vitae illustrium virorum 
Rome, Han, 1469/70, 1299 
Strassburg, R-Printer, after 

1470/71,69 
Venice, Jenson, 2 January 1478, 

1588 
Venice, Ragazzo, 7 December 

1491,2475,2476 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

8 June 1496,2259 

POENITEAS ClTO see Poenitenti- 
onarius 

POENITENTIONARIUS 

Poeniteas cito 

Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), 24 February 1491, 438 
Deventer, Jacobus de Breda 

(second press), not before 20 

November 1496, 3898 
— Not before 10 April 1497, 

3900 



POGGIBONSI, NlCCOLO DA 

Niccolo da Poggibonsi 



see 



Poggius Florentines 
Facetiae 

Nuremberg, Greussner, 1475, 

767 
Milan, Valdarfer (second press), 

10 February 1477,3079 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 1 
December 1500,2716 
Historia Florentina [Italian] 

Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, 8 March 



1476, 1652, 1653, 1654 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

3 September 1492, 2907, 

2908 
India recognita 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 

after 15 February 1492, 3123 

Invectiva in hypocritas et delatores 

Paris, Au Soufflet Vert, 1474?, 

3596 

Poggius, Johannes Franciscus 
Processus contra Savonarolam 
Nuremberg, Huber, after 19 
April 1498, 832, 833 

Polich, Martin 

De complexione quid est et quot 

sunt 

Leipzig, Thanner, ca. 1498, 1058 

POLITIANUS, ANGELUS 

Epistola de obitu Laurentii Medicis 
Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dicts, 25 July 1492, 3207 
Miscellaneorum centuria prima 
Florence, Miscomini, 19 Sep- 
tember 1489,2871,2872 
Opera 

Venice, Manutius, July 1498, 
2666, 2667, 2668, 2669, 2670 
Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 
10 August 1499,3439 
Praelectio cui titulus Panepistemon 
Florence, Miscomini, 20 Feb- 
ruary 1491/2, 2882 
Silua cui titulus Nutricia 

Florence, Miscomini, 26 May 
1491,2879 

Poluciis, Johannes Maria De 
Maremagnum privilegiorum ordi- 
nis B. V. M. de Monte Carmelo 
Venice, Torresanus, not after 1 3 
April 1496, 1897 



228 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Vita S. Atberti de Drepano 

Venice, Unassigned, ca. 1499?, 
2760 

POLYBIUS 
Historiae 

Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 
nartz, 31 December 1473?, 
1296 
Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 
1498,2614 

Pompon i us Laetus, Julius see 
Laetus, Pomponius 

POMPONIUS MELA see Mela, Pompo- 
nius 

Pontanus, Johannes Jovianus 
De fortitudine 

Naples, Moravus, 15 September 
1490, 3274 
De oboedientia 

Naples, Moravus, 25 October 
1490, 3274A 

Pontanus, Ludovicus 
Singularia 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1471, 1523 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1475, 1684 
Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 1475, 

100, 101 
Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 26 
January 1485/6, 2064 
Super legem Si vero, paragraphi De 
viro 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 18 
March 1494/5, 3575 

PONTE, OLDRADUS DE 
Consilia et quaestiones 

Vienne, Frommolt, 19 November 
1481,3853 



Venice, Stagninus, 19 April 1499, 
2081 

Porchus, Johannes Christopho- 
rus 

Lectura super primo, secundo, et 
tertio libro Institutionum 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 
15 July 1498, 2110 

Porcius, Johannes Christopho- 
RUS see Porchus 

Porcus, Johannes Christopho- 
RUS see Porchus 

Portolano Per Tutti I Navi- 

GANTI 

Venice, Rizus, 6 November 1490, 
2182 

Praecordiale Devotorum see Phi- 
lippi, Jacobus 

Praecordiale Sacerdotum see Phi- 
lippi, Jacobus 

Praepositus, Nicolaus 
Dispensarium ad aromatarios 
Lyons, Mathias Huss, ca. 1499?, 
3768 

Priscianus 
Opera 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1470, 1516 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1475-76, 1686 
Venice, Arrivabenus, 4 December 

1488,2123 
Venice, Locatellus, 21 February 

1496/7,2331,2332 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 19 
March 1500,2471 
Regulae grammaticae scientiae 
Leipzig, Stockel, 1496, 1050 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



229 



Privilegia Clericorum 

Leipzig, Bottiger, 1493, 1039 
Augsburg, Froschauer, 1498, 652 

Privilegia Sacerdotum see Con- 
stantinus Magnus, Pseudo-: Do- 
natio Constantini 

Pro ba Falcon i a 
Carmina, seu Centones Vergilii 
Basel, Wenssler, ca. 1474, 1112 

PROBUS, AEMILIUS see Nepos, Cor- 
nelius 

Probus, Marcus Valerius 

De interpretandis Romanorum lit- 

teris 

Venice, Tacuinus, 20 April 1499, 
2578 

Processionarium Ordinis Frat- 
rum praedicatorum 
Seville, Ungut and Polonus, 3 
April 1494,3967 

Processus Iudiciarius Mascaron 
Contra Genus Humanum 
Augsburg, Zainer, not after 1472, 

511,512 
Venice, Gerardus de Lisa, 17 

February 1478, 1768 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1491/1500, 

1423 

Procopius Caesariensis 

De bello Italico adversus Gothos 
gesto [Latin] 

Foligno, Neumeister, 1470, 2762 
Venice, Jenson, 1471, 1560 

Prognosticon 

Opusculum repertorii prognosticon 

in mutationes aeris 

Venice, Ratdolt, before 4 No- 



vember 1485, 1834, 1835, 
1836 

Prologus Arminensis in Mappam 
Terraesanctae 
Liibeck, Lucas Brandis, ca. 1478, 
945 

Propositiones Universales Ari- 
STOTELIS see Auctoritates Aristo- 
telis et aliorum philosophorum 

Prosper Aquitanus, Pseudo- 
De vita contemplativa 

Speyer, Drach, 1487,857 

Proverbia Communia 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), ca. 1485,428 

Prudentius Clemens, Aurelius 

Opera poetica 

Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 
between 21 June 1491 and 2 
December 1497, 3890 

Psalterium Abbreviatum Sancti 
Hieronymi 
Florence, Societas Colubris 

(Compagnia del Drago), ca. 

1498, 3026 

Psalterium [Church Slavic] 
Psaltir s posledovanjem 

Cetinje, Makarije, 22 September 
1495, 4022 

Psalterium Graeco-Latinum Cum 
Canticis 

Milan, Bonus Accursius, 20 
September 1481, S-3105A 

Psalterium Graecum Cum 
Canticis 

Venice, Manutius, 1498?, 2671, 
2672 



230 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



PSALTERIUM LATINOGERMANICUM 

Cum Canticis 

Augsburg, Ratdolt, 1499, 642 

PSALTERIUM LATINUM 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 1494, S- 
744A 

PSALTERIUM LATINUM CUM CAN- 
TICIS 

Augsburg, Zainer, ca. 1471/73, 

498 
Wiirzburg, Reyser, ca. 1488/89, 

961 

PSALTERIUM LATINUM CUM HYMNIS 

Strassburg, Ruch, 1497?, 306 

Ptolemaeus, Claudius 
Cosmographia 

Vicenza, Liechtenstein, 13 Sep- 
tember 1475,3490,3491 
Ulm, Holle, 16 July 1482, 919 
Ulm, Reger, 21 July 1486, 921, 

922, 923 
Rome, Petrus de Turre, 4 Nov- 
ember 1490, 1491 
Quadripartitum 

Venice, Ratdolt, 15 January 

1484, 1821 
Venice, Locatellus, 20 December 
1493,2306,2307,2308 

Publicius, Jacobus 
Artes orandi, epistolandi, et memo- 
randi 
Venice, Ratdolt, 30 November 

1482, 1814, 1815 
— 31 January 1485, 1826, 1827, 

1828 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 20 January 
1490,629 

Puff, Michael, called Schrick 



Von den ausgebrannten Wassern 
Strassburg, Schott, 27 October 
1481, 142 

PULCI, LUCA 
Ciriffo Calvaneo 

Florence, Miscomini, ca. 1485?, 
2870 
II Driadeo 

Florence, Laurentii, 3 April 1479, 

2849 
Florence, Francesco di Dino, 22 
August 1489,2860 

PULCI, Luigi 
La confessione 

Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1494?, 
3002 
Frottole due 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1490, 2904 

Purgatorium Divi Patricii 
Carmen de purgatorio Divi Patricii 
Memmingen, Kunne, ca. 1495, 
987 

Purliliarum, Jacobus, Comes 
De generosa liberorum educatione 
Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, 11 
September 1492, 3299 

Puteo, Paris De 

De re militari et de duello 

Naples, Riessinger, ca. 1476/77, 
3265 

PUTEOLI 

De mirabilibus Puteolorum et de 
balneis ibidem existentibus 
Naples, Arnaldus de Bruxella, 3 1 
December 1475, 3266 

Pythagoras, Pseudo- 
Ludus 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



231 



Padua, Cerdonis, 21 August 
1482,2818 



QUAESTIONES NATU RALES PHILO- 
SOPHORUM 

Cologne, Zierikzee, after 1500, 

(491c) 
— After 1507, (491b) 

QUAESTIONES QUOTIDIE OCCUR- 
RENTES IN GUERRIS 
Leipzig, Stockel, ca. 1500, 1056 

Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius 
Declamationes 

Treviso, Dionysius Bertochus 

and Peregrinus de Pasquali- 

bus, 1482,S-3329A 
Institutiones oratoriae 

Venice, Jenson, 21 May 1471, 

1556 
Milan, Zarotus, 9 June 1476, 

3055,3056 
Venice, Printer of the 1480 Valla, 

ca. 1480, 1856, 1857 
Venice, Locatellus, 17 July 1493, 

2300,2301,2302 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pas- 

qualibus, 18 August 1494, 

2159,2160,2161,2162 
Venice, Locatellus, "17 July 

1493" [i.e., after 1500], 

(2354b) 

Quintilianus, Pseudo- 
Declamationes maiores 

Venice, Lucas Dominici f., 5 June 
1482, 1794, 1795 



Rabanus Maurus 
De universo 

Strassburg, R- Printer, before 20 
July 1467, 67 



Radulphis, Richardus De 
Defensorium curatorum 

Lyons, Le Roy, ca. 1487, 3740 

Raimundus De Sabunde 
Theologia naturalis, siue Liber 
creaturarum 

Deventer, Pafraet (first press), 
between 1480 and 1485, 3880 
Lyons, Balsarin, ca. 1488, 3774 
Strassburg, Flach, 21 January 
1496, 283, 284 

Rainerius De Pisis 
Pantheologia 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 3 August 

1474, 670 
Basel, Ruppel, ca. 1477, 1105 
Venice, Liechtenstein, 12 Sep- 
tember 1486, 2049 

Rampigollis, Antonius De, 

PSEUDO- 

Biblia aurea 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
16 June 1475,886 

— 1476, 891 

Cologne, GuldenschafF, ca. 1478, 
416 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 1481, 
779 

Strassburg, Griininger, 6 Decem- 
ber 1496, 175 

Raulinus, Johannes 

Collatio de perfecta religionis plan- 
tation 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 16 No- 
vember 1499, 3630 

Raymundus De Penaforte 
Summula see Adam, Magister 

Reformation Der Stadt Nurn- 
berg 



232 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Nuremberg, Koberger, 5 June 

1484,699,700 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 1488, 

597 

— 1498, 608 

Reformation Der Stadt Worms 
Speyer, Drach, 27 May 1499, S- 
866A 

Reformation Kaiser Siegmunds 
Augsburg, Zeissenmair, 1 No- 
vember 1497, 647 

Regimen Sanitatis 

Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

29 December 1491,250 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius?, 

"29 December 1491" [i.e., ca. 

1500], 2119 

Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

between 1483 and 1485, 3925 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, 

1505?, (2626c), (2626d) 

Reginaldetus, Petrus 
Speculum finalis retributionis 
Basel, Wolff von Pforzheim, 
1499, 1237 

Regiomontanus, Johannes 
Calendarium 

Venice, Ratdolt, 9 August 1482, 
1810 

— 13 September 1483, 1819, 
1820 

— [German] 

Nuremberg, Muller, 1474, 789 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 1489, 626 

— [Italian] 

Venice, Maler, Ratdolt, and 
Loslein, 1476, 1725 



Disputationes contra Cremonensia 
deliramenta 

Nuremberg, Muller, ca. 1475, 
791 
Ephemerides, 1484-1506 

Venice, Ratdolt, 4 April 1484, 
1822 
Ephemerides, siue Almanach per- 
petuum 

Venice, Petrus Liechtenstein, 15 
October 1498,2741,2742 
Epitome in Almagestum Ptolemaei 
Venice, Hamann, 31 August 
1496,2237,2238,2239 

Regius, Raphael 
Epistolae Plinii enarrationes 

Venice, Anima Mia, 23 May 
1490,2200,2201 

Regnier, Helias 

Casus longi Sexti et Clementinarum 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
18 August 1496, 260, 261 

Regulae Sanctorum Benedigti, 
Basilii, Augustini, et Fran- 
cisci 
Venice, Johannes Emericus de 

Spira, 13 April 1500, 2595, 

2596 

Reinerus 

Phagifacetus, siue De moribus et 

facetiis mensae [Latin and 

German] 

Basel, Furter, after 1 April 1490, 
1241 

Reliquiae Urbis Romae 

Basel, Kollicker, ca. 1483, 1202 

Repertorium Aureum 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), 4 May 1495, S-447A 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



233 



Retza, Franciscus De see Fran- 
ciscus de Retza 

Reuchlin Johannes 
Vocabularius breviloquus 

Basel, Amerbach, 1478, 1154 
Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), 1487, 430 
Lyons, Printer of Guido, Casus 

longi, 1487, 3838B 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 
25 August 1495, 257 

Rhazes, Muhammad 
Cibaldone see Cibaldone 
Liber ad Almansorem 

Venice, Locatellus, 7 October 

1497,2337,2338 
Venice, Hamann, 19 February 
1500,2247 
Liber Elihavi, seu Ars medicinae 
Brescia, Jacobus Britannicus, 1 8 
October 1486, 3411 
Liber nonus ad Almansorem 

Padua, Maufer, 1 May 1480, 

2810 
Venice, Stagninus, 30 March 

1483, 2069 
Venice, Locatellus, 10 April 

1490,2282 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 21 July 
1497,2709 

Rhetorigae Liber Novus see Ars 
dicendi 

Rigcius, Jacobus 

Obiectiones super Logica Pauli 

Veneti 

Venice, Anima Mia, 5 October 
1488,2198 

RlCCOBALDUS FERRARIENSIS 
Chronica summorum pontificum 
imperatorumque 



Rome, Lignamine (first press), 14 
July 1474, 1323 

RlCCOLDUS FLORENTINUS 
Improbatio Alcorani 

Seville, Polonus, 20 March 1500, 
3972 

Richardus, Archbishop of Ar- 
magh see Radulphis, Richardus 
de 

Richardus De Mediavilla see 
Mediavilla, Richardus de 

Richardus a Sancto Laurentio 
De laudibus Mariae see Albertus 
Magnus, Pseudo- (and see Albert 
Fries, Die unter dem Namen des 
Albertus Magnus uberlieferten Ma- 
riologischen Schriften [Miinster, 
1954]: 18ff.) 

Richardus De Sancto Victore 
De area mystica 

Basel, Amerbach, 1494, 1186 
De duodecim patriarchis 

Basel, Amerbach, 1494, 1185 

Ricutius, Johannes see Camers, 
Johann 

RlEDERER, FRIEDRICH 
Spiegel der wahren Rhetorik 

Freiburg im Breisgau, Riederer, 
11 December 1493, 1095 

Riguardatus, Benedictus see Be- 
nedictus de Nursia 

Rimbertinus, Bartholomaeus 
De deliciis sensibilibus paradisi 
Venice, Pentius, 25 October 
1498, 2695 



234 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Risposta Per Le Medesime Parole 
a Una Epistola Di Frate An- 
geloAnachorita 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 20 July 1497, 2929 

ROBERTUS [GROSSETESTE] LlN- 
CONIENSIS 

Commentaria in Posteriora Ari- 
stotelis 

Venice, Locatellus, 10 November 
1494,2316 

In Aristotelis Analytica priora 
commentum see Columna, Aegi- 
dius, Pseudo- {and see Die 
philosophischen Werke des Robert 
Grosseteste, ed. Ludwig Baur 
[Minister, 1912]: 44*-45*) 

Summa super libris Physicorum 
Aristotelis 

Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 22 
April 1500,2504 

ROBERTUS DE SANCTO REMIGIO 
Historia itineris contra Turcos 
Cologne, Printer of Dares, ca. 
1472,366 
— [German] 

Augsburg, Bamler, 22 April 
1482,549 

Rodericus De Sancta Ella see 
Fernandez de Santaella, Rodrigo 

Rodericus Zamorensis 
Epistola de expugnatione Nigro- 
pontis 

Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470/71, 330 
Speculum vitae humanae 

Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 

nartz, 1468, 1282 
Augsburg, Zainer, 11 January 

1471,496,497 
Beromiinster, Heliae, 7 Decem- 
ber 1472, 1266 



Cologne, Zell, not after 1472, 337 
Basel, Flach, 28 November 1475, 

1152 
Toulouse, Parix, ca. 1480, 3841 

Rolandinus De Passageriis see 
Passageriis, Rolandinus de 

Rolewinck, Werner 
De fraterna correctione 

Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1477,357 
Fasciculus temporum 

Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 

1474,351 
Louvain, Veldener, 29 December 

"1476" [i.e., 1475], 3914 
Speyer, Drach, 24 November 

1477, 836 
Cologne, Quentell (first press), 

1479, 422 

Venice, Ratdolt, 24 November 

1480, 1800 

— 21 December 1481, 1801, 
1802 

— 28 May 1484, 1823, 1824 

— 8 September 1485, 1830 
Strassburg, Pruss, not before 6 

April 1490, 201,202 
Lyons, Mathias Huss, not before 
1495,3766,3767 

— [Dutch] 

Utrecht, Veldener, 14 February 
1480,3868,3869 

— [German] 

Basel, Richel, 31 August 1481, 

1143 
Formula vivendi canonicorum 
Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), ca. 1488/89,431 

Roman De La Rose 

Paris, Desprez, ca. 1505, (3736a) 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



235 



Roman De La Rose Moralise see 
Molinet, Jean 

Romanus, Jacobus 
Congratulatio ad Nicolaum Tro- 

num 

Venice, Florentius de Argentina, 
20 March 1472, 1625 

ROMULEIUS, PAULUS 
Apologia pro Georgio Merula 
Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 14 
November 1482,2058 

Rosarium Beatae Mariae Virginis 
[German] 
Basel, Flach, ca. 1475, 1153 

ROSELLIS, ANTONIUS DE 
De ieiuniis 

Rome, Plannck, 21 January 1486, 
1403 A 
De usuris 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1481/87, 
1390 
Monarchia 

Venice, Liechtenstein, 23 June 
1487, 2050 

ROSENHEIM, PETRUS De see Petrus 
de Rosenheim 

ROY E, JEAN De see Jean de Roye 

RUDIMENTA NOVITIORUM 

Liibeck, Lucas Brandis, 5 August 
1475,942 

Rudolphus De Novimagio 
Legenda Alberti Magni 

Cologne, Guldenschaff, before 

1484,419 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 1 1 
September 1490, 384 

RUFINUS TYRANNIUS 



Expositio symboli Hieronymi contra 
Jovinianum haereticum 
Cologne, Zell, not after 1472, 338 

Rufus, Sextus, Pseudo- 
De historia Romana 

Rome, Silber, 23 August 1491, 
1458 

Rupertus, Abbas Tuigiensis 
De victoria verbi Dei 

Augsburg, Sorg, 1487, 578 



Sabellicus, Marcus Anton i us 
De Venetis magistratibus 

Venice, Strata, 19 January 
1488/9, 1851, 1852 
De situ urbis Venetae 

Venice, Damianus de Mediolano, 
ca. 1494,2600,2601 
Decades rerum Venetarum 

Venice, Torresanus, 21 May 
1487, 1887, 1888, 1889 

Sabinus,Angelus 
Paradoxa in Juvenali 

Rome, Sachsel and Golsch, 9 
August 1474, 1350 

Sacro Bosco, Johannes De see 
Johannes de Sacro Bosco 

Saladinus De Asculo 
Compendium aromatariorum 
Bologna, Henricus de Harlem 

and Johannes Walbeck, 12 

March 1488, 3219 

Salemo, Episcopus Constan- 
TIENSIS5<?<? Salomo III, episcopus 
Constantiensis, Pseudo- 

Saliceto, Bartholomaeus De 
Lectura super IX libris Codicis 



236 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Herbort, 6 July-24 No- 
vember 1483, 1870 
Repetitio legis Semel mora 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 22 
January 1495/6,3578 

Saliceto, Guillelmus De 
De salute corporis 

Leipzig, Arnoldus de Colonia, 
1495, 1037 
Summa conservationis et curationis 
Venice, Saracenus, 8 May 1490, 
2206 

Salicetus, Nicolaus 
Antidotarius animae 

Strassburg, Griininger, 1 1 Au- 
gust 1491, 171 

Salis, Baptista De see Baptista de 
Salis 

Sallustius Crispus, Gaius 
Opera 

Basel, Flach, ca. 1474,1149 

Venice, Tacuinus, 5 August 1493, 
2550 

Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 
13 January 1495,3430 

Venice, Christophorus de Pen- 
sis, after 14 November 1495, 
2383 

— ca. 1499?, 2399 

Salomo III, Episcopus Constan- 

TIENSIS, PSEUDO- 
Glossae 

Augsburg, Monastery of SS. 
Ulrich and Afra, ca. 1474, 554 

Salomon et Marcolphus 

Speyer, Johann and Conrad Hist, 

ca. 1484,868 
Magdeburg, Ravenstein and 

Westphal, ca. 1484,975 



Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), ca. 1489/92, S-450A 

— [Low German version] 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, ca. 

1490,386 

Samuel Maroccanus, Rabbi 
Epistola contra Iudaeorum errores 
Sant'Orso, Johannes de Reno, ca. 

1475,3483 
Naples, Francesco di Dino, ca. 

1478/80,3279 
Bologna, Rugerius, 13 May 1496, 

3182 
Nuremberg, Hochfeder, 1 9 
March 1498, 830 

— [German] 

Nuremberg, Hochfeder, 1498, 
831 

— [Italian] 

Florence, Laurentii, after 25 
November 1479, 2850 

Sanchez De Arevalo, Rodrigo see 
Rodericus Zamorensis 

Sancta Ella, Rodericus De see 
Fernandez de Santaella, Rodrigo 

Sancto Georgio, Johannes Anto- 

niusDe 
Commentaria super Decreto 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 1 8 
June 1494,3130 
Lectura super usibus feudorum 
Pavia, Antonius de Carcano, 1 
November 1490, 3448 

Sandeus, Ludovicus 
Sonetti 

Bologna, Rugerius?, after 1 July 
1485,3179 

Santaella, Rodrigo Fernandez 
De see Fernandez de Santaella, 
Rodrigo 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



237 



Savonarola, Hieronymus 
Apologeticus de ratione poeticae 
artis see his De omnium scien- 
tiarum divisione 
Apologia fratrum congregationis S. 
Marci [Italian] 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
1497?, 2934 
Apologia sulla prova del fuoco see his 
Conclusiones rationibus ac signis 
supernaturalibus probandae 
Circa il reggimento della citta di 
Firenze 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
not before January 1498, 
2943 
Florence, Societas Colubris 
(Compagnia del Drago), not 
before January 1498, 3024, 
3025 
Compendio di rivelazioni 

Florence, Bonaccorsi, 1 8 August 

1495, 2979, 2980 
Florence, Morgiani, 1 September 

1495, 3004 
Florence, Bonaccorsi, 23 April 
1496,2982,2983 

— [Latin] 

Paris, Guy Marchant, 6 August 
1496,3622 
Conclusiones rationibus ac signis 
supernaturalibus probandae 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
between 2 and 5 April 1498, 
2949 
Contro gli astrologi 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1497,2940,2941,2942 
De omnium scientiarum divisione 
Pescia, Unassigned, ca. 1492, 
3582,3583 
De simplicitate vitae Christianae 
Florence, Morgiani, 28 August 
1496,3012 

— [Italian] 



Florence, Morgiani, 31 October 
1496,3014 
De veritate prophetica 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
1497?, 2935 
Dell'amore di Gesu 

Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1493, 

3001 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
before September 1495, 2915 
Dell'orazione mentale 

Florence, Miscomini, ca. 1491, 

2881 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

ca. 1495, 2920 
Florence, Morgiani, before 31 
October 1496, 3013 
DeU'umUta 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

before September 1495, 2916 

— Before September 1495, 2917 

Delia verita della fede cristiana see 

his Triumphus crucis [Italian] 
Dialogus de veritate prophetica 
[Italian] 

Florence, Tubini, Alopa, and 
Ghirlandi, ca. 1500, 3032 
Dichiarazione del mistero della 
croce 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1498,2955 
Epistola a suoi diletti fratelli in 
Cristo Gesu 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 15 July 1497, 2928 
Epistola a tutti gli eletti di Dio 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 8 May 1497, 2926 
Epistola a uno amico 

Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1495?, 
3005, 3006 
Epistola alia Christianissima Maesta 
del Re di Francia 
Florence, Morgiani, after 26 May 
1495,3003 



238 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Epistola alia contessa della Miran- 
dola 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1495,2921 
Epistola alle suore del terzo ordine 
di San Domenico 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 17 October 1497, 2933 
Epistola contra sententiam excom- 
municationis 

Florence, Johannes Petri, after 
19 June 1497,2834 
Epistole a diversi 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 14 August 1497, 2930, 
2931 
Esposizione sopra 1'Ave Maria 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after April 1496,2924 
Expositio in psalmum XXX: In te 
Domine speravi 
Augsburg, Froschauer, 1500, 657 

— [Italian] 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 23 May 1498,2951 
Expositio in psalmum L: Miserere 
mei Deus 
Augsburg, Froschauer, 1500, 658 

— [Italian] 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

1499, 2956, 2957 
Florence, Unassigned, ca. (or 

after?) 1500, 3035 
Expositio in psalmum LXXIX: Qui 
regis Israel 
Florence, Bonaccorsi, 28 April 

1496,2984 

— [Italian] 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

ca. 1495, 2922 
Florence, Morgiani, 8 June 1496, 

3011 
Expositio in septem gradus Bona- 
venturae see his Vita spirituale 



Expositio Orationis Dominicae 
[Italian] 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
before September 1495, 2918 
Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1495?, 
3007 
In defensione e commendazione 
deH'orazione mentale see his Dell' 
orazione mentale 
Introductorium confessorum 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1496, 2925 
Libro della vita viduale 

Florence, Bonaccorsi, 1491, 2977 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
before September 1495, 2919 
Florence, Morgiani, 26 No- 
vember 1496,3015 
Mistero della croce see his Dichia- 

razione del mistero della croce 
Operetta sopra i died comanda- 
menti di Dio 

Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1495?, 
3008 
Operette 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1500,2959 
Predica dell'arte del ben morire 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

after June 1497,2927 
Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1497, 
3020 
Predica fatta add! 8 di giugno 1495 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after June 1497,2912 
Predica fatta addi 11 de febbraio 
1497 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 11 February 1497/8, 
2945 
Predica fatta add! 18 de febbraio 
1497 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 18 February 1497/8, 
2946 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



239 



Predica fatta add! 25 di febbraio 
1497 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 

after 25 February 1497/8, 

2947 

Predica fatta il sabbato dopo la 

seconda domenica di Quaresima 

l'anno 1497 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 17 March 1497/8, 2948 
Predica fatta il 28 ottobre 1496 
Florence, Tubini, Alopa, and 
Ghirlandi, after 28 October 
1496,3029 
Predica fatta il 15 febbraio 1497/8 
Florence, Tubini, Alopa, and 
Ghirlandi, ca. 1500,3003 
Predica fatta la mattina dell' 
Ascensione 1497 
Florence, Johannes Petri, after 4 
May 1497, 2833 
Prediche dalla pasqua al avvento 
dell'anno 1496 

Florence, Tubini, Alopa, and 
Ghirlandi, ca. 1499, 3030 
Prediche quadragesimali dell'anno 
1495 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
Lorenzo Morgiani, and Fran- 
cesco Bonaccorsi, 8 February 
1496/7, 2986 
Processo 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 19 April 1498,2950 
Regola del ben vivere 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
1498,2954 
Risposta a certe obiectioni see his 
Conclusiones rationibus ac signis 
supernaturalibus probandae 
Sermone dell'orazione 

Florence, Miscomini, 20 October 

1492, 2887 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
ca. 1495, 2923 



Florence, Morgiani, ca. 1496?, 
3016 
Sunto e registro delle prediche fatte 
nel 1495 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
after 23 May 1498, 2952 
Trattato del sacramento e dei 
misteri della messa 
Florence, Miscomini, ca. 1492, 
2888, 2889 
Trattato in defensione e commen- 
dazione dell'orazione mentale see 
his Dell'orazione mentale 
Triumphus crucis 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
1497?, 2936 
— [Italian] 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
1497?, 2937, 2938 
Vita spirituale, vel Expositio in 
septem gradus Bonaventurae 
Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
not before February 1498, 
2944 

Savonarola, Michael 
De aqua ardenti 

Pisa, Gregorius de Gente, 22 
September 1484, 3555 
De balneis et thermis naturalibus 
omnibus Italiae 
Ferrara, Belfortis, 10 November 

1485,2767 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
20 November 1496, 2387 
De febribus 

Bologna, Dionysius Bertochus, 8 

March 1487, 3220 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 

16 October 1496,2386 
Venice, Locatellus, 22 November 
1498,2351 
De pulsibus, urinis, et egestionibus 
Bologna, Henricus de Harlem 



240 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



and Johannes Walbeck, 8 

May 1487,3217 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 

10 February 1497, 2388 
Practica medicinae 

Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 10 

May 1486, 2065 
Venice, Locatellus, 27 June 1497, 

2335 

SCANAROLUS, ANTON 1 US 
Disputatio de morbo Gallico 

Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, 26 March 1498, 3237 

SCHARFENBERG, ALBRECHT VON See 

Albrecht von Scharfenberg 
SCHATZBEHALTER DER WAHREN 

Reichtumer Des Heils see Fri- 
dolin, Stephan 

Schedel, Hartmann 
Liber chronicarum 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 12 July 
1493,726,727,728,729,730, 
731,732 
— [German] 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 23 De- 
cember 1493,734,735 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 1500, 
611,612 

SCHELLIG, CONRADUS 

In pustulas malas morbum quern 
malum de Francia vulgus ap- 
pellat consilium 

Heidelberg, Misch, ca. 1490, 
1066 

SCHEIEREN, GERARDUS De see 
Schuren, Gerhard van der 

Schleusinger, Eberhard 
De cometis 



Beromiinster, Heliae, after April 
1472, 1265 

SCHRICK, MICHAEL see Puff, Mic- 
hael, called Schrick 

SCHUEREN, Gerardus De see Schu- 
ren, Gerhard van der 

Schuren, Gerhard Van Der 
Vocabularius qui intitulatur Teu- 

thonista 

Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
31 May 1477,356 

SCHUSSENRIED, WERNER VON see 
Werner von Schussenried 

SCHWABENSPIEGEL 
Landrechtbuch 

Augsburg, Zainer, ca. 1474, 518 

— 1475/76,521 

Augsburg, Sorg, 26 July 1480, S- 
567A 

Schwarz, PETER see Niger, Petrus 

Scriptores Astronomic i Veteres 
see Firmicus Maternus, Julius 

Scriptores Historiae Augustae 
Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 20 

July-22 December 1475, 

3038,3039 
Venice, Rizus, 1 October 1489, 

2179 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 15 

July 1490, 2214, 2215 

Scriptores Rei Militaris see also 
Aelianus Tacticus; Frontinus, 
Sextus Julius; Modestus; Vegetius 
Renatus, Flavius 

Rome, Silber, 24 October-3 No- 
vember 1494, 1464, 1465 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



241 



Bologna, Franciscus de Bene- 
dicts, 10 July 1495,3215 

SCRIPTORES REI RUSTICAE 
Venice, Jenson, 1472, 1571 
Reggio Emilia, Bartholomaeus de 

Bruschis, 5 June 1482, 3537 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 19 September 1494, 

3229,3230 
Reggio Emilia, Dionysius Berto- 

chus, 18 September 1496, 

3546,3547,3548 
Reggio Emilia, Franciscus de 

Mazalibus, 20 November 

1499,3543,3544,3545 

Seelen-Wurzgarten 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 1473, 
765 

Seicius Faginus, Johannes 
Apologia secunda pro defensione 

sacrae theologiae 

Leipzig, Thanner, after 1500, 
(1061a) 

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus 
De remediis fortuitorum 

Cologne, Printer of the Historia 

Sancti Albani, ca. 1470/73, 391 

Rome, Wendelinus de Wila, ca. 

1475, 1344 
Rome, Schurener, ca. 1477, 1356 
De tranquillitate animi 

Leipzig, Thanner, 1499, 1059 
Epistolae 

Rome, Pannartz, 1 February 

1475, 1358 
Paris, Au Soufflet Vert, 1475, 
3597 
— [Italian] 

Venice, Manilio, 14 April 1494, 
2604 
Opera philosophica 



Naples, Moravus, 1475, 3271 
Treviso, Bernardus de Colonia, 

1478,3311 
Venice, Bernardinus de Choris, 5 

October 1490, 2371 
— 31 October 1492, 2376, 2377 
Tragoediae 

Ferrara, Belfortis, 1484, 2765 
Venice, Lazarus de Soardis, 12 

December 1492, 2441 
Venice, Matteo Capcasa, 18 July 

1493,2424 
Venice, Tacuinus, 7 April 1498, 

2574 

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, Pseudo 
De moribus 

Rome, Gensberg, ca. 1474, 1347 

De quattuor virtutibus cardinalibus 

Venice, Printer of Juvenalis, ca. 

1470, 1547A 
Cologne, Printer of the Historia 
Sancti Albani, ca. 1470/73, 392 
Augsburg, Froschauer, 1501?, 
(658a) 
Proverbia 

Paris, Mittelhus, ca. 1490, 3657 
— [Spanish] 

Seville, Ungut and Polonus, 22 
October 1495,3969 

Senis, Antonius De see Antonio da 
Siena 

Senis, Bindo De see Bindo de Senis 

"SENSATUS" see Sermones sensati 

Septem Sapientes Romae see His- 
toria septem sapientium Romae 

Sequentiae 

Textus Sequentiarum cum Optimo 

commento 

Hagenau, Gran, 1489, 1073 



242 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Reutlingen, Greyff, 1490, 967 
Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), 1496, 454 

Serapion, Johannes, the Elder 
Breviarium medicinae 

Venice, Novimagio, 1 August 

1479, 1756 
Venice, Locatellus, 1 6 December 
1497,2341 

Serapion, Johannes, the 

Younger 
Liber aggregatus in medicinis sim- 
plicibus 
Milan, Zarotus, 4 August 1473, 

3050 
Venice, Novimagio, 8 June 1479, 
1755 

Serenus Sammonicus, Quintus 
Carmen medicinale 

Rome, Silber, ca. 1487/90, 1449 

Sermones Compositi Super Par- 
ti culis Antophonae Salve Re- 
gina 
Alost, Martens, 9 July 1487, 3912 

Sermones Meffret De Tempore 
et De Sanctis 

Basel, Kesler, not after 1485, 
1203 

Sermones Parati De Tempore et 
De Sanctis 
Speyer, Drach, ca. 1492, 864 

Sermones Sensati 

Gouda, Leeu, 20 February 1482, 
3873 

Sermones Super Salutatione 
Angelica Ave Maria 
Haarlem, Johannes Andreae, 10 



August 1486, 3908 

Sermoneta, Johannes 
Quaestiones super Aphorismos 

Hippocratis 

Venice, Locatellus, 31 March 
1498, 2344 

Servasanctus 
Antidotarius animae 

Louvain, Johannes de Westfalia, 

between 1484/85 and 1487, 

3930 

Sermones de tempore et de Sanctis 

see Bonaventura, Pseudo- {and see 

Distelbrink 209 and 205; and 

Meespp. 120-22) 

Servius Maurus, Honoratus 
Centimetrum 

Verona, Boninus de Boninis, 
before 6 June 1483,3382 
Commentarii in Vergilii opera 
Venice, Valdarfer, 1471, 1598 
Strassburg, R-Printer, not after 

1471,70 
Rome, Han, ca. 1471?, 1306 
Florence, Cenninus, 7 November 

1471-7 October 1472, 2832 
Milan, Eponymous printer, 1 
December 1475, 3085 

Sibylla, Bartholomaeus 
Speculum peregrinarum quaes- 
tionum 
Rome, Silber, 27 August 1493, 

1463 
Strassburg, Gruninger, 19 Au- 
gust 1499, 187, 188 

Sidonius Apollinaris, Caius 

Sollius 
Epistolae et carmina 

Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 4 
May 1498, 3142 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



243 



Siegmund, Emperor 
Kaiser Sigismunds Reformation see 
Reformation Kaiser Siegmunds 

SifridusDe Arena 

Expositiones siue Declarationes 
titulorum utriusque iuris see 
Sinnema, Hermann Sifridi (On 
the authorship of this work, see 
Gotthold Bohne, "Die juristische 
Fakultat der alten Kolner Uni- 
versitat in den beiden ersten 
Jahrhunderten ihres Bestehens," 
in Festschrift zur Erinnerung an die 
Griindung der alten Universitdt Koln 
imjahre 1388 [Koln, 1938]: 195- 
96) 

Sigismund, Emperor see Siegmund, 
Emperor 

SlLIUSlTALICUS 
Punica 

Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 

nartz, not before 5 April 

1471, 1293 
Rome, Eponymous printer, 

between 26 April and 31 

August 1471, 1335, 1336 
Venice, Locatellus, 18 May 1492, 

2292,2293,2294 
Venice, Tacuinus, 20 September 

1493,2551 

SlLVATICUS, MATTHAEUS 
Liber pandectarum medicinae 
Naples, Eponymous printer, 1 

April 1474,3267 
Bologna, Vurster, July 1474, 

3174A 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 10 October 1480, 

1717, 1718,1719 
Strassburg, R- Printer, ca. 1480, 

82 



Vicenza, Liechtenstein, ca. 1480, 

3497 
Venice, Locatellus, 1 1 March 

1498, 2343 

Silvester, Bernardus see Bernar- 
dus Silvestris 

Silvester De Prierio 
Compendium in Johannem Ca- 

preolum 

Cremona, Carolus de Darleriis, 
15-28 April 1497, 3389 

Simon a Cordo see Simon Genu- 



Simon Genuensis 
Synonyma medicinae 

Padua, Maufer, 20 April 1474, 

2806A 
Venice, Anima Mia, 13 Novem- 
ber 1486, 2195 

Simoneta, Johannes 
Commentarii rerum gestarum 

Francisci Sfortiae 

Milan, Zarotus, 23 January 
[1482?], 3063 

SlMPLICIUS 

Hypomnema in decern Categorias 

Aristotelis [Greek] 

Venice, Callierges, 27 October 
1499, 2747, 2748, 2749 

Sinnema, Hermann Sifridi 
Expositiones siue Declarationes titu- 
lorum utriusque iuris 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 3 
December 1491,388,389 

Sittard, HERMANNUS De see Zittart, 
Hermannus 



244 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Sixtus IV, Pope 

Articuli abbreviati bullae indul- 
gentiarum pro expulsione Tur- 
carum [German] 
Nuremberg, Creussner, ca. 1482, 
782 
Bulla de reformatione Hospitalis D. 
Spiritus Romae 

Rome, In domo Francisci de Cin- 
quinis, after 21 March 1478, 
1378 
Copia bullae extensionis indul- 
gentiarum . . . concessarum 
Mainz, Schoeffer, after 4 May 
1480,21,22 
Indulgentia, 1482 [for promoting 
the war against the Turks] 
Nuremberg, Creussner, 1482, 
781,S-781A 
Regulae, ordinationes, et consti- 
tutiones Cancellariae apostolicae 
Rome, Rot, after 19 December 
1471,1337 

Soccus, FRATER see Conradus de 
Brundelsheim 

SOCINUS, BARTHOLOMAEUS 
Repetitio legis primae De vulgare et 
pupillari substitutione 
Pavia, Franciscus de Guaschis, ca. 
1500,3477 
Scripta super varios titulos iuris 
Milan, Johannes Angelus Scin- 
zenzeler and Alexander Mi- 
nutianus, ca. 1503, (3167a) 

Socinus, Marianus 

Repetitio fraternitatis de testibus 
Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 6 
August 1495, 3577 

Repetitio paragraphi Quod si super 
positi de nominatione in iudicio 
Siena, Henricus de Colonia and 



Henricus de Harlem, 1491, 

3559 
Repetitio super titulo De litis con- 
testatione 
Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 20 

August 1492, 3560 

Soldus, Jacobus 
Opus de peste 

Bologna, Schriber, 1478, 3189 

Solinus, Caius Julius 
Polyhistor, siue De mirabilibus 
mundi 

Venice, Jenson, 1473, 1572 
Rome, Schurener, ca. 1474/75, 

1351,1352 
Milan, Bonus, 1475?, 3084 
Parma, Portilia, 20 December 

1480,3346,3347 
Venice, Theodorus de Ragazo- 

nibus, 23 August 1491, 2415 
Venice, Anima Mia, 13 January 

1493/4, 2204 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 10 

March 1498,2229 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 1500,3252 

Solomon ibn Gabirol 
Mivhar peninim [Choice of corals] 
Soncino, Joshua Solomon ben 
Israel Nathan Soncino, 14 
January 1484, Heb-7 

SOMNIUM VlRIDARH [FRENCH] 
Lyons, Maillet, 20 March 1491/2, 
3806 

Sonce Du VERGIER see Somnium 
viridarii [French] 

Speculum Animae Peccatricis 
Memmingen, Kunne, ca. 1495, 
988 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



245 



Speculum Exemplorum 

Deventer, Pafraet (first press), 2 

May 1481,3881 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

4 March 1487, 234 

Speculum Sermonum Beatae 
Mariae Virginis Super Salu- 
tation e Angelica see Bona- 
ventura, Pseudo- (and see Distel- 
brink214) 

Spiegel Van Sassen see Eike von 
Repgow 

Spiera, Ambrosius De 
Quadragesimale de floribus sapi- 

entiae 

Venice, Gabriel de Grassis, 11 
April 1485, 1956 

Spinola, Jacobus 

Oratio gratulatoria ad Alexandrum 
VI nomine Genuensium habita 
Rome, Plannck, after 12 Dec- 
ember 1492, 1427 

Spirito, Lorenzo 
Altro Marte 

Vicenza, Bevilaqua, 9 April 1489, 
3514 

Sprenger, Jacobus 
Malleus maleficarum see Institoris, 
Henricus 

Stab i li, Francesco Degli see 
Cecco d'Ascoli 

Stabilimenta Rhodiorum Mili- 
tum [French] 

Paris, Le Dru?, after 5 August 
1493,3704 

Stanbridge,John 
Longe Parvula 

Oxford, Rood, 1482?, 4000 



Statham, Nicholas 
Abridgement of Cases 

Rouen, Le Talleur, 1490, 3855, 
3856, 3857 

Statius, Publius Papinius 
Opera 

Venice, Scotus, 2 December 

1483, 1787 
Venice, Jacobus de Paganinis, 24 

December 1490, 2364 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

15 March 1494, 2256, 2257, 

2258 
Venice, Petrus de Quarengiis, 1 5 

January 1498/9-1 July 1499, 

2496, 2497 

StatutaAngliae 
Nova statuta 

London, William de Machlinia, 

1484, 4004, 4005 
London, Pynson, ca. 1500/01, 
4020 

StatutaAngliae (I Richard III) 
London, William de Machlinia, 

1484?, 4006 

StatutaAngliae (XI Henry VII) 
Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 

1496,3998 

Statuta Barcinoniae et Cata- 

loniae [Catalan] 

Barcelona, Pere Miquel and 
Diego de Gumiel, 20 Febru- 
ary 1495, 3954, 3955 

Statuta Bergomi 

Brescia, Angelus and Jacobus 
Britannicus, 18 December 
1491,3413,3414 

Statuta Brixiae 

Brescia, Jacobus Britannicus, 8 
December 1490,3412 



246 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



STATUTA Carmelitarum 
Constitutiones fratrum Ordinis 

Carmelitarum 

Venice, Johannes Emericus de 
Spira, 29 April 1499, 2594 

Statuta Civilia Civitatis Bono- 

NIAE 

Bologna, Azoguidus, after 28 
February 1475,3172 

Statuta Civilia Mediolanensia 
Reformata 

Milan, Ambrosius de Caponago, 
10 November 1498,3162 

Statuta Civitatis Mediolani 
Milan, Paulus de Suardis, 20 
December 1480, 3106, 3107, 
3108,3109 
— Tabula 

Milan, J. A. de Honate, 30 No- 
vember 1482, 3094 

Statuta Ecclesiae Coloniensis 
Cologne, Guldenschaff, 18 April 
1478,415 

Statuta et Decreta Communis 
Genuae 

Bologna, Caligula de Bazaleriis, 
30 June [i.e., 4 July] 1498, 
3222,3223,3224 

Statuta Parmae 

Parma, Ugoletus, 16 September 
1494,3365,3366,3367 

Statuta Plagentiae 

Brescia, Boninus de Boninis, ca. 
1485,3402 

Statuta Pro vinci alia et Syno- 
dalia Ecclesiae Coloniensis 
Cologne, Koelhoffthe Elder, 29 



September 1492,390 

Statuta Provincialia Mogun- 
tinensia Vetera et Nova 
Reudingen, Greyff, ca. 1482, 966 
Strassburg, Priiss, ca. 1487, 195 

Statuta Provincialia Salis- 
burgensia 
Passau, Petri, after 19 October 

1490, 1002 
Augsburg, Ratdolt, 28 March 

1491,633,634,635 

Statuta Sabaudiae 

Turin, Jacobus Fabri, Lingonen- 
sis, 17 November 1477, 3516 

Statuta Synodalia Diocesis Pari- 
siensis 
Paris, Gering, ca. 1480, 3598 

Statuta Synodalia Eystettensia 
Eichstatt, Reyser, after 20 March 
1484, 1063 

Statuta Synodalia Herbipo- 
lensia 

Wiirzburg, Reyser, 1486, 958, 
959, 960 

Statuta Vel Praecepta Scho- 

LARIUM 

Heidelberg, Knoblochtzer, ca. 
1500?, 1070 

Statuta Venetiae 

[Italian] Venice, Filippo di 
Pietro, 24 April 1477, 1662 

[Latin and Italian] Venice, 
Dionysius Bertochus, 31 Oc- 
tober 1492, 2438 

Statuta Veronae 

Vicenza, Liechtenstein, 20 De- 
cember 1475,3492 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



247 



Stefano, Cambio Di 
Urbano see Boccaccio, Giovanni, 
Pseudo- 

Steinhowel, Heinrich 
Biichlein der Ordnung der Pesti- 

lenz 

Ulm, Dinckmut, ca. 1482, 916 

Stella Clericorum 

Deventer, Pafraet (second press), 

27 November 1494, 3892 
Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), ca. 1496, 455 

Stephan, Pater see Fridolin, 
Stephan 

Stephan us De Caieta 
Sacramentale Neapolitanum 

Naples, Hohenstein, 14 Septem- 
ber 1475, 3276 

Stilus Romanae Curiae 

Rome, Guldinbeck, ca. 1477, 

1373A 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1487, 1406A 
Rome, Silber, ca. 1492?, 1461 

Stor, Nikolaus 

Expositio officii missae sacrique 

canonis 

Reudingen, Otmar, ca. 1481, 968 

STRABO 
Geographia 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1472, 1534 
Treviso, Johannes Rubeus 
Vercellensis, 26 August 1480, 
3319 
Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 24 

April 1494,2222 
— 28 January 1484/5, 2225 

Strodus, Radulphus 



Consequentiae 

Venice, Celerius, 30 April 1484, 

1861 
Venice, Locatellus, 11 February 
1493/4,2309 

Stylus see Stilus 

Stynchyn Van Der Krone 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, ca. 
1490, 387 

Suetonius Tranquillus, Caius 
De grammaticis et rhetoribus 
Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 

zoccho, ca. 1473,2798 
Rome, Schurener, ca. 1474/75, 

1353 
De viris illustribus see Victor, Sextus 

Aurelius, Pseudo- 
Vitae XII Caesarum 

Venice, J enson, 1471, 1561 
Milan, Zarotus, 16 November 

1480,3060 
Venice, Printer of the 1480 Valla, 

1480, 1855 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 15 

February 1490/1, 1933 
Milan, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 1 9 

November 1491,3122 
Venice, Damianus de Mediolano, 

29 March 1493, 2597, 2598 
Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris 

Faelli, 5 April 1493, 3226, 

3227 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 1496, 2521, 

2522 
Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

28 July 1500, 2268 

Suidas 

Lexicon Graecum 

Milan, Bissolus and Mangius, 15 

November 1499, 3163, 3164, 

3165 



248 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



SUISETH, RlCHARDUS 
Opus aureum calculationum 

Padua, N. T. S. P., ca. 1477, 2814 

Sulpitius Verulanus, Johannes 
De versuum scansione 

Venice, Novimagio, ca. 1482, 
1760 

SummaRudium 

Reutlingen, Otmar, 1487, 970 

Summenhart, Conradus 
Opus septipartitum de contractibus 
Hagenau, Gran, 13 October 
1500, 1085 
Tractatus bipartitus de decimis 
Hagenau, Gran, 13 November 
1497, 1079 

Suntheim, Ladislaus Von 

Der loblichen Fiirsten und des 

Landes Oesterreich Altherkom- 

men und Regierung 

Basel, Furter, not before 1491, 
1243 



Sybilla, Bartholomaeus 
Sibylla, Bartholomaeus 



see 



Synthen, Johannes 

Composita verborum see Johannes 
de Garlandia {and see Louis John 
Paetow, Morale scolarium of John of 
Garland [Berkeley, 1927]:135, 
n.28) 



Tacitus, C. Cornelius 
Opera 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, ca. 

1473, 1547 
Milan, Zarotus, ca. 1487, 3067, 

3068 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 22 
March 1497, 2456, 2457 



Talmud 

Obiectiones in dicta Talmud se- 
ductoris Iudaeorum see Obiec- 
tiones 

Tardif, Guillaume 
Basis grammaticae cum commento 
Strassburg, Eggestein, ca. 1472/ 
74,91 

Tartagnis, Alexander De 
Consiliorum volumines quinque 
Venice, Stagninus, 2 March 1490/ 
1-23 February 1492/3, 2078 

Tartaretus, Petrus 
Expositio in summulas Petri His- 
pani 

Freiburg im Breisgau, Piscator, 
1494, 1089 
Expositio super textu logices 
Aristotelis 
Freiburg im Breisgau, Piscator, 

1494, 1088 
Lyons, Nicolaus Wolf, 1500?, 

3834 
Lyons, Claude Davost, after 
1500, (3835a) 
Quaestiones super sex libros 
Ethicorum Aristotelis 
Paris, Bocard, 12 May 1498, 3685 
Quaestiones super philosophia 
naturali et metaphysica Aristo- 
telis 

Lyons, Unassigned, for Jacques 
Maillet, 17 March 1498/9, 
3808, 3809 
Lyons, Nicolaus Wolf, 10 Dec- 
ember 1500,3833 

Tauber, Johannes 
Sermonen und Historia 

Leipzig, Conrad Kachelofen, 17 
March 1498, S-1018A 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



249 



Taxae Cancellariae Apostolicae 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1490, 1421 

Taxae Poenitentiariae Aposto- 
licae 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1490, 1422 

Tebaldeo, Antonio 
Opere 

Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
ca. 1500,2407 

Tegliatus, Stephanus 
Sermo contra Turcorum persecu- 
tionem 

Rome, Plannck, after 27 Decem- 
ber 1480, 1384 
Rome, Silber, after 27 December 
1480, 1434 

Tenures, Sive Old Tenures 
Tenir per seruice de chiualer 
London, Pynson, ca. 1496, 4015 

Terentius Afer, Publius 
Comoediae 

Treviso, Liechtenstein, 18 Sep- 
tember 1477,3308 

Schussenried, Printer of Gracchus 
et Poliscena, ca. 1478, 956 

Treviso, Paulus de Ferraria, 5 
July 1481,3328 

Strassburg, Priiss, ca. 1489/93, 
200 

Venice, Peregrinus de Pasquali- 
bus, 14 August 1492,2152 

Lyons, Trechsel, 29 August 1493, 
3790 

Venice, Bevilaqua, 20 February 
1494,2514 

Strassburg, Griininger, 1 Nov- 
ember 1496, 174 

— 1 1 February 1499, 186 

Paris, Philippi, 22 April 1499, 
3680 



Venice, Lazarus de Soardis, 7 
November 1499, 2443 

Termini Causarum in Romana 
Curia Servari Soliti in Causa 
Beneficiali 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1481/87, 
1391 

Tertullianus, Quintus Sep- 

TIMIUS FLORENS 
Apologeticus contra gentes 

Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 
not after 1494,2106,2107 

Textoris, Guillelmus, Pseudo- 
Sermo de passione Christi 

Basel, Wenssler, not after 26 

September 1486, 1134 
Lyons, Trechsel, 12 November 
1489,3784 

Thegliatus, Stephanus see Tegli- 
atus, Stephanus 

Themistius Peripateticus 
Paraphrasis in Aristotelem 

Venice, Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 

6 October 1499,2267 
Venice, Hamann, 4-8 September 
1500,2250 

Theobaldus, Episcopus 
Physiologus de naturis duodecim 
animalium 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), before 16 May 1494, 
444 

Theobaldus, Subprior 

Errores Iudaeorum see Errores 

Iudaeorum 
Obiectiones in dicta Talmud seduc- 

toris Iudaeorum see Obiectiones 



250 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Pharetra fidei catholicae contra 
Iudaeos 

Leipzig, Kachelofen, 1495, 1017 
Strassburg, Attendorn, ca. 1499, 
293, 294 

Theobaldus De Saxon i a 
Errores Iudaeorum see Errores 

Iudaeorum 
Obiectiones in dicta Talmud seduc- 

toris Iudaeorum see Obiectiones 

Theocritus 
Idyllia [Greek] 

Venice, Manutius, February 
1495/6,2635,2636,2637 

— [Latin] 

Venice, Bernardinus Venetus, ca. 
1500,2625,2626 

Theodericus Bursfeldensis 
De triplici regione claustralium et 
spirituali exercitio monachorum 
see Trithemius, Johannes {and see 
note under Johannes Bursfel- 
densis) 

Theodoricus De Herxen 
Speculum iuvenum 

Zwolle, Vollenhoe, between 
1478/79 and 1480,3902 

Theophrastus 
De historia plantarum [Greek] 
Venice, Manutius, 1 June 1497, 
2645, 2645A 

— [Latin] 

Treviso, Confalonerius, 20 Feb- 
ruary 1483, 3314, 3315 

Theophylactus 
Enarrationes in epistolas S. Pauli 
Rome, Han, 25 January 1477, 
1317 



Thesaurus Cornu Copiae et 
HortiAdonidis 
Venice, Manutius, August 1496, 
2638, 2639, 2640 

Thienis, Gaietanus De 
Expositio in Aristotelem De anima 
Venice, Strata, 30 September 

1481, 1840 
Vicenza, Henricus de Sancto 
Ursio, 21 September-16 Oc- 
tober 1486, 3505, 3506 
Quaestiones de sensu agente, de 
sensibilibus communibus et de 
intellectu 

Venice, Strata, 22 October 1481, 
1841 
Recollectae super libros Physicorum 
Aristotelis 

Venice, Hamann, 28 July 1500, 
2249 

Thomas Aquinas 
Catena aurea super quattuor 
evangelistas 

Rome, Sweynheym and Pan- 
nartz, 1470-7 December 
1470, 1292 
Esslingen, Fyner, ca. 1475, 937 
Augsburg, Zainer, ca. 1475/76, 
523 
Commentaria in libros Aristotelis 
De caelo et mundo 
Venice, Locatellus, 18 August 

1495,2318 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
31 October 1495, 2024 
Commentaria in omnes Epistolas 
Sancti Pauli 
Basel, Furter, 16 October 1495, 

1244 
Venice, Locatellus, 22 December 
1498, 2352 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



251 



Commentum in libros Politicorum 
Aristotelis 

Venice, Simon de Luere, 31 
October 1500,2732 
Commentum in octo libros Phy- 
sicorum Aristotelis 
Venice, Unassigned, 1480, 2755 
De principiis rerum naturalium et 
De propositionibus modalibus 
Leipzig, Printer of Gapotius, ca. 
1486/89, 1020 
De regimine principum 

Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1472, 350 
Opuscula 

Milan, Valdarfer (third press), 1 

March 1488,3081 
Milan, J. A. and B. de Honate, 

1488,3095 
Venice, Liechtenstein, 7 Sep- 
tember 1490, 2051, 2052 
Quaestiones de duodecim quodlibet 
Nuremberg, Sensenschmidt, 15 

April 1474, 664 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
1475, 888 
Quaestiones disputatae: De potentia 
Dei 

Cologne, KoelhofF the Elder, ca. 
1476,369 
Quaestiones disputatae: De veritate 
Cologne, KoelhofF the Elder, 
1475,368 
Summa contra gentiles 

Strassburg, Printer of Henricus 

Ariminensis, not after 1474, 

S-110B 

Summa de articulis fidei et ecclesiae 

sacramentis 

Mainz, Printer of the Catholicon 

(Gutenberg?), ca. 1469?, 30 
Cologne, Zell, ca. 1470, 329 
Basel, Flach, ca. 1474, 1150 



Summae theologicae pars prima 
Padua, Albertus de Stendal, 5 

October 1473, 2806 
Venice, Locatellus, 1 September 

1495,2319,2320 
Summae theologicae secundae par- 
tis pars prima 
Venice, Torresanus et socii, 1483, 

1883 
Summae theologicae secundae par- 
tis pars secunda 
Strassburg, Mentelin, not after 

1463, 49 
Mantua, Paulus de Butzbach, ca. 

1473?,3335A 
Venice, Renner and Nicolaus de 

Frankfordia, 1475, 1606 
Summae theologicae pars tertia 
Venice, Stagninus, 10 April 1486, 

2071 
Venice, Locatellus, 10 July 1493, 

2299 
Super Analytica posteriora et libros 
De interpretatione Aristotelis 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1477, 1703 
Venice, Anima Mia, 16 Novem- 
ber 1489,2199 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, 28 Sep- 
tember 1496, 2703 
Super quarto libro Sententiarum 
Venice, Herbort, 24 June 1481, 

1865 
Venice, Locatellus, 23 May 1497, 

2334 

Thomas Aquinas, Pseudo- 
De arte praedicandi 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 1477, 
772 

Memmingen, Kunne, 1483, 978 
De modo confitendi et de puritate 

conscientiae 



252 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Lyons, Mareschal and Chaus- 
sard,ca. 1499/1500,3822 
De periculis contingentibus circa 
sacramentum eucharistiae 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
ca. 1476, 893 
Summa totius logicae 

Leipzig, Landsberg, not after 
1491, 1026 

Thomas De Argentina 

Scripta super quattuor libros Sen- 

tentiarum 

Strassburg, Flach, 1490, 275 

Thomas Becket, Archbishop of 

Canterbury 
Vita et processus super libertate 

ecclesiastica 

Paris, Philippi, 27 March-2 April 
1495,3675 

Thomas Gantipratensis 
Bonum universale de proprietati- 

bus apum 

Cologne, Printer of Augustinus, 
Defide,c?L. 1473,403 
— [Dutch] 

Zwolle, Peter van Os, 15 January 
1488, 3904 
Buch der Natur see Konrad von 

Megenberg 
De disciplina scholarium see Boe- 

thius, Pseudo- 

Thomas Cantuariensis, Saint see 
Thomas Becket, archbishop of 
Canterbury 

Thomas De Frigido Monte 
Modus bene vivendi see Bernardus 
Claravallensis, Pseudo- 

Thomas De Hibernia 



Manipulus florum, seu Sententiae 
Patrum 

Piacenza, Jacobus de Tyela, 5 
September 1483,3531 

Thomas a Kempis 
Imitatio Christi see Imitatio Christi 
Meditationes de vita et beneficiis 
Jesu Christi 
Augsburg, Sorg, not after 1489, 

582 
Basel, Amerbach, not after 1489, 

1169 
Cologne, Landen, ca. 1498, 475 
Opera 

Nuremberg, Hochfeder, 29 
November 1494, 826 
Opera: Sermones, epistolae, et alia 
opuscula 

Utrecht, Ketelaer and De 
Leempt, 1474, 3866 
Soliloquium animae 

Utrecht, Ketelaer and De 
Leempt, 1474,3867 

Thomas De Walleis see Waleys, 
Thomas 

Thucydides 

Historia belli Peloponnesiaci [Latin] 
Treviso, Johannes Rubeus Ver- 

cellensis, 1483?, 3322, 3323, 

3324 

Tibaldeo, Antonio see Tebaldeo, 
Antonio 

Tiberinus, Johannes Matthias 
De passione et obitu beati Simonis 

pueri Tridentini 

Trent, Kunne, 9 February 1476, 
1268 
Epigrammata aliaque carmina in 

beatum Simonem 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



253 



Trent, Longo, 5 September 1482, 

1269 
Relatio de Simone puero Tri- 
dentino 
Rome, Guldinbeck, 24 July 1474, 

13 65 A 
Augsburg, Monastery of SS. 

Ulrich and Afra, after 4 April 

1475, 555 
Venice, Gabriele di Pietro, after 

30 April 1475, 1622 
Rome, Guldinbeck, ca. 1475/76, 

1372 

Tibullus,Albius 
Elegiae 

Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 

1475, 3040 
Reggio Emilia, Albertus de 

Mazalibus and Prosper Odo- 

ardus, "19 Kl\ octo." 1481, 

3538 
Venice, Locatellus, 9 December 

1491,2289,2290,2291 
Venice, Bevilaqua, 26 June 1493, 

2512 
Venice, Tacuinus, 19 May 1500, 

2584, 2585 

Tom as I, Pietro see Petrus Ra- 
vennas 

TORRELLA, GASPAR 
Dialogus de dolore cum tractatu de 
ulceribus in pudendagra evenire 
solitis 

Rome, Besicken and Martinus de 
Amsterdam, 3 1 October 1 500, 
1504 

Tortellius, Johannes 
Orthographia 

Rome, Han and Chardella, after 
10 August 1471, 1305 

Venice, Jenson, 1471, 1562, 1563 



Vicenza, Koblinger, 13 January 
1479, 3503 

Venice, Liechtenstein, 12 Nov- 
ember 1484,2048 

Venice, Andreas de Paltasichis, 
15 December 1488, 2045 

Tractatus Brevis et Utilis Pro 
infirmis vlsitandis 
Nuremberg, Zeninger, ca. 1480, 
793 

Tractatus De Cometis see Schleu- 
singer, Eberhard 

Tractatus Procuratoris . . . see 
Processus iudiciarius Mascaron 

Tractatus Quidam De Turcis see 
Turci 

Traktat Von Der Totlichen 
Sucht Der Pestilenz 
Cologne, Printer of Augustinus, 
De virginitate, ca. 1480, 405 

Trano, Ganfredus De see Gof- 
fredus de Trano 

Tremaugon, Evrart De 
Somnium viridarii [French] see 
Somnium viridarii [French] 

Trikingham, Elias OF see Elias of 
Trikingham 

Trithemius, Johannes 
Abbreviatura recessuum capitula- 

rium patrum Ordinis S. Benedicti 

Nuremberg, Georg Stuchs, 20 
September 1493,814 
Catalogus illustrium virorum 

Mainz, Friedberg, after 14 
August 1495, 45 
De laude scriptorum tractatus 

Mainz, Friedberg, 1494, 42, 43 



254 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



De laudibus sanctissimae Annae 

Leipzig, Lotter, ca. 1507, (1047a) 
De scriptoribus ecclesiasticis 

Basel, Amerbach, after 28 August 
1494, 1182, 1183, 1184 
De triplici regione claustralium et 
spirituali exercitio monachorum 
Mainz, Friedberg, 6 August 1498, 
48 
Institutio vitae sacerdotalis 

Augsburg, Froschauer, after 22 
October 1494, 648 
Oratio de duodecim excidiis observ- 
antiae regularis 

Mainz, Friedberg, after 28 Au- 
gust 1496,46 



Triumphi Christianorum 
TURCOS see Turci 



IN 



Trombetta, Anton i us 
Opus doctrinae Scoticae in Thom- 
istas 

Venice, Hieronymus de Paga- 
ninis, 8 November-24 Dec- 
ember 1493,2366,2367 

Trottus, Albertus 
De ieiunio 

Nuremberg, Creussner, 1477, 
773 
De vero et perfecto clerico 

Ferrara, Severinus Ferrariensis, 
23 December 1475,2777 

TROVAMALA, BATTISTA see Baptista 
de Salis 

Tuberinus, Johannes Matthias 
see Tiberinus 

Tugher, Hans 

Reise in das gelobte Land 

Nuremberg, Zeninger, 1482, 795 



Tudeschis, Nicolaus De 
Consilia 

Strassburg, Eggestein, after 9 

May 1475, 96 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pasqua- 

libus and Dominicus Ber- 

tochus, 14 December 1486, 

2150 
Disceptationes et allegationes 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 

1477,370 
Venice, Herbort, 4 June 1483, 

1869 
Glossae Clementinae 

Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 16 

March 1477, S-369A 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 4 May 1480, 1715 
Lectura super quinque libris Dec- 
retalium 

Basel, Wenssler, 1477, 1119 
Venice, Jenson, 21 July-10 Dec- 
ember [not before 1478], 

1584 
Basel, Besicken, 1480-81, 1200 
Venice, Torresanus, 3 February 

1482/3-24 July 1483, 1882 
Basel, Amerbach, 1487-88, 1163 
Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 26 

October 1496-10 July 1497, 

1942 
Milan, Johannes Angelus Scin- 

zenzeler, 20 June-12 Nov- 
ember 1500,3166 
Lectura super secundo libro Dec- 
retalium 
Cologne, Koelhoff the Elder, 

1477,371 
Venice, Stagninus, 8 January-22 

February 1488/9, 2075 
Lectura super secundo libro Dec- 
retalium, pars I 
Rome, Lauer, 13 May 1480, 

1334A 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



255 



Lyons, Siber, after 1497, 3758 
— Pars III 

Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 
1472, 1535 
Lectura super tertio libro Dec- 
retalium 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1475, 1685 
— 4 May 1478, 1706 
Lectura super quarto et quinto 
Decretalium 

Nuremberg, Sensenschmidt and 
Frisner, 27 April 1477 [i.e., 
1478], 665A 
Processus iudiciarius see Auerbach, 
Johannes, jurist 

Tusch, Hans Erhart 
Burgundische Historie 

Strassburg, Knoblochtzer (first 
press), 1477, 129 

TURCHETUS, ANTONIUS 

Oratio gratulatoria apud Nicolaum 
Tronum 

Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 
zoccho, 5 May 1472, 2793 

Turci 

De futuris Chrisdanorum triumphis 

in Turcos et Saracenos 

Augsburg, Froschauer, 1499, 655 
Destructio Turciae 

Augsburg, Froschauer, 1498, 653 
Tractatus quidam de Turcis 

Nuremberg, Zeninger, 1481, 794 

TURISANUS CARTHUSIENSIS 
Commentum in Microtechni Galeni 
Venice, Locatellus, 12 April 1498, 
2344A 

Turnout, Johannes De 
Casus breves super totum Corpus 
iuris civilis 



Basel, Wenssler, ca. 1480, 1 127 

Turrecremata, Johannes De 
De efficacia aquae benedictae 

Nuremberg, Johann Stuchs, after 
1500, (833a) 
Expositio super toto psalterio 
Augsburg, Schussler, not after 

1471,532 
Mainz, Schoeffer, 10 March 

1476, 15 
— 4 April 1478,20 
Basel, Amerbach, not after 1482, 

1158 
Zaragoza, Paulus Hurus and 
Juan Blanco, 1482?, 3962 
Quaestiones evangeliorum de tem- 
pore et de Sanctis 
Nuremberg, Creussner, 1478, 

776 
Brescia, Angelus Britannicus, 2 
June 1498, 3420 
Summa de potestate papae et 
concilii generalis 
Rome, Silber, 27 April 1489, 
1450 

Tuscus, Vivianus 
Casus in terminis super Codice 
Strassburg, Printer of the 1483 
Vitas patrum, not after 1485, 
158 
Casus longi super Codice 

Lyons, Siber, between 1490 and 

1497,3757 
Freiburg im Breisgau, Piscator, 
ca. 1494, S-1094A 

Tyndarus De Perusio 

Tractatus in materia compensa- 

tionum 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 26 
June 1493, 3564 



256 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



UBALDIS, Angelus De 
Consilia et responsa 

Venice, Johannes Rubeus, 27 
February-14 April 1487, 2209 
Consilia deficientia nonaginta 
Pavia, Bernardinus and Ambro- 
sius de Rovellis, 20 May 1499, 
3472 
Lectura authenticorum 

Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 
15 March 1485, 1964 
Lectura super titulo De interdictis 
ff. novi 

Brescia, Angelus and Jacobus 
Britannicus, 29 August 1498, 
3421 

UBALDIS, BALDUS DE 
Consilia 

Venice, Angelus and Jacobus 
Britannicus, 5 February- 13 
June 1491,2484A 
Consiliorum partes prima et se- 
cunda 

Brescia, Boninus de Boninis, 15 
July-1 September 1490, 3404 
De quaestionibus et tormentis, cum 
aliis tractatulis 

Paris, Jean Bonhomme, 1486, 
3594 
Repetitio legis De longi temporis 
praescriptione 

Pavia, Gerla, 2 January 1495, 
3463 
Super I-IX Codicis 

Milan, Unassigned, 10 May-15 

November 1487,3169 
Lyons, Siber, 1498?, 3759A 
Super I— III Codicis 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, 23 September 
1474, 1573 
Super Digesto novo 

Venice, Torresanus, 18 August 
1495, 1896 



Super quattuor libros Institutionum 
Lyons, Martinus Huss, 1478, 

3750 
Super usibus feudorum et com- 
mentum super pace Constantiae 
Rome, In domo Antonii et Ra- 

phaelis de Vulterris, ca. 1474, 

1343 
Venice, Andreas Calabrensis, 24 

September 1486,2166 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 

20 March 1500, 2111 

UBALDIS, NICOLAUS DE 

De successionibus ab intestato 

Rome, In domo Antonii et Ra- 
phaelis de Vulterris, 29 May 
1473, 1342 

— 11 September 1474, S-1342A 

Perugia, Petrus Petri and Jo- 
hannes Nicolai, ca. 1475, 
3288 

Rome, Apud Sanctum Marcum 
(Puecher), 5 August 1477, 
1365 

Ubaldis, Petrus De 
De duobus fratribus et aliis qui- 
busdam sociis 

Pinerolo, Jacobus Rubeus, ca. 
1483,3536 
Repetitio capituli Si diligenti 

Siena, Henricus de Harlem, 8 
January 1493/4,3571 



Uberti, Fazio Degli 
Dittamondo 

Vicenza, Achates, 
1474, 3484 



November 



Ubertinus De Casali 
Arbor vitae crucifixae Jesu 

Venice, Andreas de Bonetis, 12 
March 1485, 2061,2062 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



257 



Uberto e Filomena 

Florence, Unas signed, ca. 1515?, 
(3035c) 

UN zola, Petrus De see Petrus de 
Unzola 

Urbanus Bellunensis 
Institutiones Graecae grammatices 
Venice, Manutius, January 1497/ 
8, 2659, 2660, 2661 

Ursinis, Bartholomaeus De 
Quadragesimale quod dicitur 

Gratia Dei 

Naples, Francesco del Tuppo, 
not before 1478, 3281 

Usatges De Barcelona e 
Constituciones De Catha- 
LUNYA see Statuta Barcinoniae et 
Cataloniae [Catalan] 

Utrum Sanguis Christi Sac ra- 
ni entalis Hominem Deo Grati- 
ficans 

Vienna, Winterburger, ca. 1505?, 
(S-1279a) 



Valascus De Tarenta 
De epidemia et peste 

Basel, Flach, ca. 1474, 1151 
Hagenau, Gran, 23 November 
1497, 1080 
Practica, quae alias Philonium 
dicitur 
Lyons, Nicolaus Wolf, 10 March 

1500/01,3835 
Lyons, Clein, 14 November 
"1401" [i.e., 1501], (3838a) 

Valentinus, Augustinian Hermit 
Almanac, 1496 [German] 

Leipzig, Bottiger, 1495, 1042 



Valerius Flaccus, Gaius 
Argonautica 

Florence, Apud Sanctum Jaco- 
bum de Ripoli, ca. 1481, 2842 

Valerius Maximus, Gaius 
Facta et dicta memorabilia 

Mainz, Schoeffer, 14 June 1471, 

7,8 
Venice, Vindelinus de Spira, 

1471, 1524 
Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 

Manthen, 1474, 1678 
Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, 4 

February 1478, 3044 
Venice, Johannes de Gregoriis et 

socii, 18 June 1482, 1960 
Venice, Peregrinus de Pasqual- 

ibus and Dionysius Berto- 

chus, 20 April 1485,2145 
Venice, J. and G. de Gregoriis, 8 

March 1487, 1967 
Venice, Bernardinus Benalius, 9 

November 1488, 2087 
Venice, Anima Mia, 12 August 

1491,2202 
— [French] 

Belgium?, Printer of Flavius 

Josephus, not after 1476, 

3947A 
Paris, Verard, between October 

1499 and July 1503,3633 
Geschichte der Romer see Dionysius 
de Burgo Sancti Sepulcri: Com- 
mentarii in Valerium Maximum 
[German] 

Valla, Lorenzo 
De libero arbitrio 

Strassburg, Husner (first press), 
ca. 1475, 125 
Elegantiae linguae Latinae 

Venice, Eponymous printer, 17 
July 1483, 2081A 



258 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



Venice, Rizus, 31 May 1491, 

2183 
Venice, Manfredus de Bonellis, 1 

October 1500, 2484 

Valla, Nicolaus 
Romae responsoria ad Constan- 
tinopolim 

Rome, Plannck, ca. 1488/90, 
1415 
Seraphica sylva 

Florence, Bartolommeo di Libri, 
15 June 1498,2953 

Valle, Robertus De 
Compendium memorandorum Na- 
turalis historiae Plinii 
Paris, Baligault, between 8 May 
and 20 November 1500, 3698 
Explanatio locorum Naturalis his- 
toriae Plinii difficiliorum 
Paris, Baligault, between 8 May 
and 20 November 1500, 
3699, 3700 

VALOIS, THOMAS see Waleys, 
Thomas 

Valturius, Robertus 
De re militari 

Verona, Johannes Nicolai de 

Verona, 1472, 3369, 3370 
Verona, Boninus de Boninis, 13 
February 1483, 3376, 3377 
— [Italian] 

Verona, Boninus de Boninis, 17 
February 1483, 3378 

Vanckel, Johannes Koelner De 
see Fanckel, Johannes 

Varro, Marcus Terentius 
De lingua Latina 

Venice, Johannes de Colonia and 
Manthen, ca. December 1474, 
1675 



Parma, Printer of Hieronymus, 
Epistolae, 11 December 1480, 
3362 

Vegetius Renatus, Flavius 
De re militari see also Scriptores rei 
militaris 
Utrecht, Ketelaer and De 

Leempt, ca. 1473/74, 3864 
Rome, Silber, 29 January 1487, 
1444 

Vegius, Maphaeus 
Philalethes 

Cologne, Printer of the Historia 
SanctiAlbani, ca. 1472, 393 

Verardus, Carolus 
Historia Baetica 

Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, 1494, 
1254 

Vergier 

Le songe du vergier see Somnium 
viridarii [French] 

Vergilius, Polydorus 
De inventoribus rerum 

Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
31 August 1499, 2397, 2398 
Proverbiorum libellus 

Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
10 April 1498,2390 

— 6 November 1500, 2402 

Vergilius Maro, Publius 

Bucolica 

Paris, Bocard, ca. 1497, 3683 
Leipzig, Stockel, 1499, 1053 

— [Italian] 

Florence, Miscomini, 28 Febru- 
ary 1481/2, 2864 

— 19 April 1494,2895 
Opera 

Venice, Jacobus Rubeus, January 
1475, 1648 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



259 



Venice, Miscomini, October 
"1486" [i.e., 1476], 1722 

Treviso, Confalonerius, 13 Nov- 
ember 1482,3313 

Venice, Arrivabenus, 27 June 
1489,2124 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 1492, 
722, 723 

Paris, Kerver, not before 24 April 
1500-15 March 1501, 3734 

Versehung Von Leib, Seele, Ehre 
und Gut 
Augsburg, Schonsperger, 1493, 

598 
Nuremberg, Wagner, 1489, 802, 

803 

Versor, Johannes 
Dicta super septem tractatus Petri 
Hispani, cum textu 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 25 April 
1495, 745 
Quaestiones super libros Aristotelis 
Cologne, Theodoricus, 29 Nov- 
ember 1485[?],427 
Cologne, Quentell (second 

press), 30 May 1489,434 
— Qune?]-24 July-6 August 
1493,441 
Quaestiones super Posteriora 
analytica Aristotelis 
Leipzig, Stockel, 1499, 1054 

Viaggio Da Venezia Alla Santa 
Gerusalem me eAl Monte Sinai 
see Niccolo da Poggibonsi 

Vicecomes, Hieronymus see Vis- 
conti, Girolamo 

Victor, Sextus Aurelius, 

Pseudo- 
De viris illustribus 

Rome, Riessinger, ca. 1470, 1319 



Venice, Jenson, ca. 1473, 1573 
Milan, Philippus de Lavagnia, ca. 

1475,3041 
Venice, Paltasichis, 5 June 1477, 

1743 
Milan, Pachel and Scinzenzeler, 

ca. 1484,3101 
Rome, Plannck, 26 January 1492, 

1424 
Paris, Baligault, ca. 1496, 3694 

Victorinus, Marius Fabius 
Commentaria in Rhetoricam Cicer- 

onis 

Milan, Zarotus, 9 December 
1474, 3052 

Villena, Enrique De 
Los trabajos de Hercules 

Zamora, Antonio de Centenera, 
15 January 1483,3978 

VlNCENTIUS BELLOVACENSIS 

Opuscula 

Basel, Amerbach, 13 December 
1481, 1156, 1157 
Speculum doctrinale 

Venice, Liechtenstein, 13 Janu- 
ary 1494, 2054, 2055 
Speculum historiale 

Augsburg, Monastery of SS. 
Ulrich and Afra, 1474, 553 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 24 July 
1483,698 

Venice, Liechtenstein, 5 Sep- 
tember 1494, 2057 
Speculum naturale 

Strassburg, R-Printer, not after 
15 June 1476, 77, 78, 79 

Strassburg, Printer of the 1481 
Legenda aurea, ca. 1481, 151, 
152, 153 

Venice, Liechtenstein, 15 May 
1494, 2056 



260 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



VlNCENTIUS BELLOVACENSIS, 

PSEUDO- 
Speculum morale 

Nuremberg, Koberger, 6 

February 1485, 702 
Venice, Liechtenstein, 30 Sep- 
tember 1493, 2053 

Virdung, Johannes 
Almanac, 1492 [Latin] 

Leipzig, Kachelofen, 1491, 1014 
Almanac, 1498 [German] 

Ulm, Johann Zainer the 
Younger, 1497,914 

VlSCONTI, GIROLAMO 
Lamiarum siue striarum opuscula 
Milan, Pachel, 13 September 
1490,3146,3147 

VITAS Patrum see Hieronymus, 
Pseudo-: Vitae sanctorum pa- 
trum 

VITRUVIUS POLLIO, MARCUS 

De architectura 

Rome, Silber, ca. 1486/90, 1442 
Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
13 November 1495-1496, 
2382 

Vivetus, Johannes 
Contra daemonum invocatores 
Paris, Caillaut, ca. 1494, 3615 

Vocabolario Italiano-Tedesco 
Venice, Rottweil, 12 August 
1477, 1740 

Vocabula Pro Iuvenibus [Latin 
and German] 

Leipzig, Kachelofen, ca. 1492, 
1015 

VOCABULARIUS DE PARTIBUS INDE- 
CLINABILIBUS 



Speyer, Conrad Hist, 1499, 875, 
876 

VOCABULARIUS EX QUO 

Reutlingen, Otmar, not after 
1489,973 

vocabularius incipiens teu- 
tonicum Ante Latinum 
Strassburg, Printer of Casus breves 
Decretalium, ca. 1495, 301 

VOCABULARIUS lURIS UTRIUSQUE 
Basel, Wenssler, not after August 

1475, 1113 
Speyer, Drach, September 1478, 

837 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 4 Sep- 
tember 1481,684 
Basel, Wenssler, 20 August 1483, 

1131 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

16 September 1486, 231, 232 
Basel, Kesler, 17 August 1488, 

1212 
Strassburg, Printer of Jordanus, 

28 September 1490,242 
Venice, Philippus Pincius, 31 

October 1493, 2448 
Strassburg, Printer of the Casus 

breves Decretalium, 13 August 

1494, 298 
Nuremberg, Koberger, 1 July 

1496, 749, 750 

VOCABULARIUS LATINO-GERMANI- 
CUS 

Blaubeuren, Mancz, ca. 1477, 
955 

VOCABULARIUS TEUTONICUS SlVE 
RUSTICANUS TERMINORUM 
Nuremberg, Zeninger, 1482, 796 

VOLENTES EMERE LlBROS INFRA- 
SCRIPTOS . . . 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



261 



Nuremberg, Creussner, ca. 1477, 
774 

VORRILLONG, GUILLELMUS 
Super quattuor libros Sententiarum 
Venice, Pentius, 9 July 1496, 
2693 



Waleys, Thomas 

Commentum super libris Augustini 

De civitate Dei 

Toulouse, Henricus Mayer, 12 
October 1488, 3844 

Wallensis, Thomas see Waleys, 
Thomas 

Wann, Paulus 

Sermones de preservatione hominis 

a peccato 

Munich, Schobsser, ca. 1501, 
(1061c) 
Sermones de tempore 

Passau, Petri, 1491, 1003 

Weigel, Nicolaus 

Clavicula indulgentialis et absolu- 
tions sacerdotalis 
Lubeck, Snell, 1480, 946 

Werner Von Schussenried 
Modus legendi abbreviaturas see 
Modus legendi abbreviaturas 
(Ascribed to Werner von Schus- 
senried in an acrostic in the text; 
cf. Victor Scholderer, "The Au- 
thor of the 'Modus legendi abbre- 
viaturas'," in The Library, 3rd ser., 
2 [1911]: 181-82) 

Widmann, Johannes 
De pestilentia 

Tubingen, Otmar, 1501, (1100a) 
Tractatus de pustulis 



Strassburg, Griininger, after 1 
February 1497, 178 

WlERSTRAAT, CHRISTIANUS 
Histori des Beleegs van Nuys 
Cologne, Arnold Ther Hoernen, 
ca. 1476, 355 

Wimpheung, Jacobus 
Adolescentia 

Strassburg, Flach, 27 August 
1500, 291 
De hymnorum et sequentiarum 
auctoribus 

Speyer, Conrad Hist, after 1 Sep- 
tember 1499, 874 
De nuntio angelico 

Basel, Bergmann de Olpe, not 
before 23 August 1494, 1253 
Elegantiarum medulla 

Speyer, Conrad Hist, not before 
1497,871 
Isidoneus Germanicus de erudi- 
enda iuventute 

Speyer, Conrad Hist, after 22 
August 1497, 872 
Oratio querulosa contra invasores 
sacerdotum 

Cologne, Quentell (second 
press), ca. 1495, 451 
Philippica in laudem et defen- 
sionem Philippi 

Strassburg, Schott, 1 9 November 
1498, 150 
Stilpho 

Speyer, Conrad Hist, 1495, 870 

Wimpina, Conradus 
Apologeticus in sacrae theologiae 
defensionem 

Leipzig, Thanner, ca. 1501, 
(1061b) 
Tractatus utiles 

Leipzig, Landsberg, ca. 1504/05, 
(1033a) 



262 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



WlREKER, NlGELLUS 
Speculum stultorum 

Leipzig, Kachelofen, ca. 1490, 
1012, 1013 

Paris, Pigouchet, ca. 1490, 3646 

Wolfram Von Esghenbagh 
Parzival 

Strassburg, Mentelin, 1477, 65 

Wolfram Von Eschenbach, 

Pseudo- 
Der jiingere Titurel 

Strassburg, Mentelin, 1477, 66 



Xenophon 
Cyropaedia 

Milan, Ungardus, before 1 8 Feb- 
ruary 1477, 3088 

Ximenes, Franciscus 
De los dones 

Barcelona, Johannes Rosenbach, 
8 May 1495,3956 



Yearbook, 1 Edward IV 

London, Pynson, ca. 1490?, 4007 

Yearbook, 9 Edward IV 

London, Pynson, ca. 1490?, 4008 

Yearbook, 9 Henry VI 

London, Pynson, ca. 1500, 4019 



Zabarellis, Franciscus De 
Lectura super Clementinis 

Venice, Herbort, 28 January 
1481, 1862 

Zaccarias 

De inductione formarum specu- 
lationes 



Pavia, Bernardinus and Ambro- 
sius de Rovellis, 1493/95, 
3470 

Zacchia, Laudivius, Vezzanensis 
Epistolae magni Turci 

Rome, Lignamine (first press), 27 

November 1473, 1322 
Treviso, Gerardus de Lisa, ca. 

1476,3297 
Rome, Plannck, ca. 1483?, 1393 
Leipzig, Kachelofen, after 23 

February 1488, 1006 
Brescia, Bernardinus de Misintis, 

ca. 1495,3434 
Leipzig, Thanner, 1500, 1061 
Venice, Otinus de Luna, ca. 
1500,2718 
Vita beati Hieronymi 

Rome, Gensberg, ca. 1474, 1348 

Zacharias Chrysopolitanus 
Concordantia evangelistarum 
Strassburg, C. W., 1473, 118 

Zacharias, Jacobus 
Inscriptionum libellus 

Rome, Silber, ca. 1485, 1439 

Zacutus, Abraham 
Almanach perpetuum 

Leiria, Abraham d'Ortas, 25 Feb- 
ruary 1496,3988 

Zainer, Gunther 
Biicheranzeige 

Augsburg, Zainer, 1474, 517 

Zambecharius, Franciscus 
Elegiarum liber de amoribus Chry- 

seae et Philochrysi 

Paris, Kerver, 31 December 
1498,3723 



AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 



263 



Zeichen Der Falschen Gulden 
Ulm, Johann Zainer the Elder, 
1482,908 

Zerbus, Gabriel 

De cautelis medicorum 

Venice, Christophorus de Pensis, 
not before 1495, 2384, 2385 
Gerontocomia 

Rome, Silber, 27 November 
1489, 1453 
Quaestiones metaphysicae 

Bologna, Johannes de Nord- 



lingen and Henricus de Har- 
lem, 1 December 1482, 3190, 
3191 

ZITTART, HERMANNUS 
Elucidatio de arbore affinitatis 
Cologne, Bungart, 1499, S-473A 

Zogchis, Jacobus De 

Canon omnis utriusque sexus 
disputatum ac repetitum 
Padua, Bartholomaeus de Valde- 
zoccho, 28 July 1472, 2794 



Index of Editors and Translators 

and of Secondary Works, 

Idtntifwd and Anonymous 



(Cross references found in the Author-Anonymous Title Index 
are not repeated here) 



Abiosus, Johannes Baptista 2237, 

2238,2239 
Abraham ben Ezra 3799, 3800 
Abraham Tortuosiensis 1557, 1755, 

2031,2143,3050,3454 
Abstemius, Laurentius 3530 
Abulkasim 2031, 2143, 2354 
Accentus: De accentu 257, 430, 

1154,3838B 
Acciaiolus, Donatus 1650, 1651, 

2905, 2906 
Accoltis, Franciscus de 2718 
Accursius glossator 14, 16, 170, 691, 
695, 707, 708, 710, 711, 1121, 
1122, 1135, 1360, 1362, 1392A, 
1591, 1592, 1597, 1655, 1657, 
1658, 1764A, 1779, 1927, 1928, 
1930, 1931, 1936, 1937, 1941, 
1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 
1951, 1952, 1953, 1958, 2036, 
2080, 2126, 2128, 2132, 2168, 
2808, 2809, 3093, 3752, 3761 



Accursius, Bonus 1853 A, 1917, 

2173, 2174, 2389, 2440, 3038, 

3039, 3105, 3495, 3526, 3527, 

3549, 3550 
Aero, Pseudo- 2127, 2466 
Adam Genuensis 1289, 1290, 1532, 

1707, 1708, 1745,2410,2411 
Adelardus Bathoniensis 1805, 1806, 

1807 
Aegidius, Gonzales 3624 
Aegidius, Jacobus 1527 
Aegidius, Johannes 174 
Aelianus Tacticus 1464, 1465 
Aemilianus, Quintius 1871, 1985, 

2641,2642,3300 
Aesopus 2560, 2579, 3764 
Agathemeros, Alexander see Bon- 

dinus, Alexander 
Agroecius 1580,2378 
Aingre, Johannes de 2123, 2331, 

2332,2471 
Alanus de Insulis 3764 



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265 



Albanzani, Donato degli 3533 
Albericus philosophus 2900, 3034 
Alberti, Leon Battista 3234, 3235 
Alberto de Placentia 2781, 2782, 

2783, 2784 
Albertus Magnus, Pseudo- 463, 

2296 
Albertus de Saxonia 2329 
Albignanus, Petrus, Trecius 1574, 

1700, 1711 
Albinus Platonicus 1283, 1284, 

2648, 2649, 2650, 2651, 2652, 

2653, 3508, 3509 
Albonus, Johannes 3826, 3827 
Alcialius, Pompilius 3258 
Alcinous philosophus see Albinus 

Platonicus 
Alcobaca, Bernardo de 3987 
Aldegatus, Antonius 3213 
Alexander VI, Pope 1030, 1503, 

2950 
Alexander de Ales 2235 
Alexander Aphrodisiensis 2250 
Alexander Aphrodisiensis, Pseudo- 

2532, 2645, 2645A 
Alexander Magnus, Pseudo- 1436 
Alexander de Nevo 1595, 1596, 

1610, 1618, 1619, 1772, 1872, 

1873, 1874,2757 
Allegrettus Salensis 2 1 58 
Almadianus, Petrus 3216 
Almansor 2306, 2307, 2308 
Alovisius, Jacobus Baptista 2333, 

2346 
Alphonsus de Soto 3853 
Alt, Georg 611, 612, 734, 735 
Alten, Bartholomaeus de 1829, 

1831, 1832 
Alterius, Marcus Antonius 2758 
Alvares, Rodrigo (3987a) 
Alvarotis, Comes de 2813 
Alzano, Bartolommeo da 2687, 

2688, 2689, 2690 



Amaltheus, Paulus 1273, 2339, 2340 
Amanellus de Claris Aquis 3852 
Ambrosiaster 3801 
Ambrosius, Pseudo- 3113 
Ambrosius Regiensis 3526, 3527 
Ammonius 2655, 2656, 2657 
Andrea, Giovanni, bishop of Aleria 

see Bussi, Giovanni Andrea 
Andreae, Antonius 2297 
Andreae, Bonincontius 3716 
Andreae, Johannes 11, 17, 84, 86, 
92, 168, 169, 704, 844, 1118, 
1120, 1226, 1307, 1313, 1316, 
1329, 1330, 1331, 1380, 1595, 
1596, 1711, 1876, 1877, 1878, 
1885, 1901, 1902, 1909, 1910, 
1934, 1943, 1947, 1955, 2066, 
2067, 2083, 2084, 2122, 3059, 
3092, 3603, 3604, S-687A, S- 
704A, S-1118A, S-1229A 
Andreae, Johannes, bishop of Aleria 

see Bussi, Giovanni Andrea 
Andrelinus, Publius Faustus 3682, 

3684, 3706, 3729, 3802 
Angeli, Jacobus 919, 921, 922, 923 
Angeli, Johannes 625, 627, 628, 

631,632 
Angelus de Fossambruno 23 1 1 
Angelus, Jacobus 1491 
Angelus, Johannes 2108, 3490, 3491 
Annius, Johannes 2575 
Anonymus Neveleti (216a), 432, 
568, 1075, 2480, 2482, 3283, 
3372, 3854, 3861, 3885, 3896 
Anselmus, Pseudo- 1134 
Anselmus Laudunensis 2359 
Antenoreus, Carolus 2638, 2639, 

2640 
Antiquarius, Jacobus 1467, 1468, 

1469 
Antonius de Bitonto 2235 
Antonius Panormitanus 3434 



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Antonius Raudensis 1289, 1290, 

1532, 1707, 1708, 1745, 2410, 

2411 
Antracinus, Johannes 2560, 2579 
Anzolellis, Franciscus de 3504 
Apollonius Dyscolus 2631, 2632, 

2633 
Apollonius Tyaneus 2737 
Apollonius, Gabriel 1439 
Appellatio extraiudicialis ab intru- 

sione facta coram notario 372 
Appendix Vergiliana 2124, 3734 
Aratus 1847, 1848, 1849, 2678, 

2679,2680,3176 
Archangelus Senensis 2143 
Archintus, Ambrosius 3135, 3136, 

3815 
Architrenii in laudem civitatis Paris- 

iensis versus xi 392 
Arculanus, Johannes 2810 
Aretinus, Franciscus see GrifFolinus, 

Franciscus 
Argilagnes, Franciscus 2046, 2295, 

2296, 2323, 2324, 2446, 3467 
Argyropylus, Johannes 591, 2025, 

2702,3671 
Arimino, Augustinus de see Bon- 

francischis, Augustinus de 
Aristarchus Samius 2532 
Aristeas, Pseudo- 2223, 2474 
Aristides, Aelius 3437 
Aristoteles 461, 1054, 1198, 1199, 

1782, 2024, 2287, 2288, 2316, 

2447, 2504, 2532, 2645, 2645A, 

2706,2707,2715, 2728,2731 
Aristoteles, Pseudo- 1850, 1868, 

2025, 2643, 2644, 2644A, 2645, 

2645A, 2662 
Armengaudus de Monte Pessulano 

2171 
Arnaldus de Bruxella 3266 
Arnaldus, Antonius 1497 
Arnoldus de Villa Nova 1858, 2119, 



2281, 2542, 2543, 2828, (3836a), 

3925 
Arnulphus de Sacra Saxa 2328 
Ars moriendi 3920 
— [German] 539 
Arsocchi, Francesco 2864, 2895 
Articuli in Anglia et Parisius con- 

demnati 1213, 1222,2274 
Asculanus, Gratia Dei see Gratia Dei 

Esculanus 
Astesanus de Ast 677, 678, 1542, 

1543, 1605, 1610, 1619, 1772, 

1872, 1873, 1874,2757,3330 
Athenagoras 2532 
Attendorn, Peter 292 
Aubusson, Pierre d' 3704 
Auerbach, Johannes, jurist 80, 235, 

240, 268, 742, 743, S-255A, S- 

83 7 A, S-1107A 
Augustinus, Aurelius, Saint 1896A, 

3000 
Augustinus, Pseudo- 321, 359, 506, 

560, 786, 954, 995, 1508, 3801 
Augustinus de Casali Maiori 2781, 

2782,2783,2784 
Augustinus Moravus 2231, 2232 
Augustinus de Pavia 3115,3116 
Augustinus de Ratisbona 3663, 

3794, 3795, 3796, 3797, 3801 
Augustonus, Johannes Basilius 2517 
Aureolus, Johannes Maria 3507 
Aurispa, Johannes 1498, 2800, 2801 
Ausonius, Decimus Magnus 1278, 

1561,3060,3122 
Ausonius, Pseudo- 1278 
Avantius, Hieronymus 2496, 2497, 

2566,2584,2585,2691,2692 
Avenzohar 2337, 2338 
Averroes 1880, 1881, 1972, 1973, 

2171, 2326, 2647, 2789, 2790, 

(3836a) 
Avianus 568 
Avicenna 3474 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



267 



Avienus, Rufius Festus 2678, 2679, 

2680 
Ayora, Gundisalvus 3074 
Ay linger, Wolfgang 649, 650, 991, 

1247, 1248, 1249 

B., M. 3537 

Badius, Jodocus, Ascensius 174, 
186, 481, 482, 2443, 2514, 3684, 
3685, 3719, 3725, 3726, 3727, 
3729, 3734, 3735, 3788, 3790, 
3791, 3792, 3794, 3795, 3796, 
3797, 3798, 3801, 3802, 3817, 
3818, 3829, 3830, 3832, 3836 

Balbus, Petrus 667, 1283, 1284, 
3508,3509 

Baptista de Fabriano 2 702 A 

Baptista Mantuanus 874, 2575, 
3671 

Baptista Siculus 2855, 2856, 2857, 
2858 

Barbarus, Hermolaus 2250, 2267, 
2394, 2535, 2721, 2722, 3137, 
3138, S-1619B 

Barbatia, Andreas 2111 

Barillus Bergomensis 3401 

Barlasina, Matthaeus 2064, 3093 

Bartholomaeus Brixiensis 9, 10, 87, 
161, 167, 694, 733, 1128, 1130, 
1133, 1141, 1225, 1318, 1334, 
1574, 1587, 1741, 1900, 1906, 
1911, 1940, 2125, 2131, 2170, 
3824 

Bartolus, Franciscus 2484A 

Bartolus de Saxoferrato 235, 240, 
268, 742, 743, 1948, 1951, 2126, 
2168,3594,3716,3852 

Basilius Magnus, Saint 2595, 2596, 
2968,3234,3235 

Bassi, Pietro Andrea di 2776 

Bassinus, Johannes Antonius 345 1 , 
3458 



Bate, Henricus 1837, 1838, 3799, 

3800 
Battiferrus, Matthaeus 1968 
Baveriis, Ludovicus de 3202 
Baysio, Guido de 1226, 1902 
Bebel, Heinrich 186, 1085, 1096, 

1097, 1098, 1099, 1100,3899 
Beccadelli, Antonius 3297 
Beccadelli, Thomas 1260, 1261, 

1262, 3677, 3678, 3837, 3838 
Beccaria, Antonius 1611, 1612, 

1731, 1732, 2391, 2392, 2393, 

3681 
Bechetus, Jacobus 3099 
Beckenhaub, Johannes 714, 762, 

764 
Beda304, 539 
Beganus, Augustinus 2228 
Beinheim, Heinrich von 647 
Belcari, Feo 2970 
Bellatus, Bartholomaeus 688, 1704, 

1867 
Bellincinis, Bartholomaeus de 1942, 

3166 
Bencivenni, Zucchero 2761 
Benedictus, Saint 2595, 2596 
Benivieni, Domenico 2927, 2938 
Benivieni, Girolamo 2864, 2895, 

3014,3622 
Benzonibus, Franciscus de 1749, 

2270 
Berardi, Christofal 1738, 1739 
Berchorius, Petrus 391 3 A 
Berengarius Fredoli 2122 
Bergmann, Johann 1257, 1263, 

1264 
Bernardinus Landrianus 1939, 

1942,2357,3166 
Bernardinus Veronensis 2289, 

2290,2291,2512 
Bernardus Claravallensis 1896A, 

2593,2595,2596,3081 



268 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Bernardus Claravallensis, Pseudo- 
321, 560, 1 134, 2595, 2596, 3150, 
3151,3610,3764 
Bernardus Parmensis 12, 13, 85, 
689, 1123, 1129, 1229, 1332, 
1773, 1875, 1907, 1935, 1938, 
1942, 1950, 1954, 2072, 2356, 
3166, 3753, 3758, 3760, 3825, S- 
724A, S-748B 
Bernardus Sylvestris 392 
Bernoldus de Caesarea 907 
Beroaldus, Philippus 1761, 1762, 
1763, 1912, 2205, 2216, 2221, 
2224, 2268, 2289, 2290, 2291, 
2512, 2521, 2522, 2584, 2585, 
3137, 3138, 3202, 3208, 3215, 
3226, 3227, 3229, 3230, 3234, 
3235, 3239, 3243, 3249, 3252, 
3302, 3303, 3348, 3349, 3350, 
3351, 3352, 3353, 3354, 3543, 
3544, 3545, 3546, 3547, 3548, 
3579, 3580, 3734, 3735, 3818 
Bertapaglia, Leonardus 2350, 2729 
Berthelotus, Stephanus 3696 
Bertholdus, O. P. 536, 546 
Berthonus, Dominicus 2384, 2385 
Bertrandi, Petrus 3675 
Bethem 2306, 2307, 2308 
Biragus, Lampugninus 3316, 3317, 

3318,3541,3542 
Bitontus, Bernardinus 3556 
Blanchellus, Menghus 2712 
Blondus, Gaspar 1324, 1325 
Boccaccio, Giovanni 1363, 1738, 

1739, 1886,2218,2219 
Bochin, Ludovicus 3649, 3666 
Bocksdorf, Dietrich von 570, 609, 

1102 
Bodianus, Franciscus Vitalis 351 1 
Boethius 591 

Boethius, Pseudo- 1974, 1975, 
2034, 2035, 2275, 2276, 2347, 



2348, 2713, 2714, 3737, 3739, 
3777, 3779, 3780, 3817, 3820, 
3823 
Boiardo, Matteo Maria 3552 
Boiardus, Johannes 3522 
Bolandus, Petrus 1253 
Bollanus, Dominicus 147, 1616, 

1617, 1969, S-147A 
Bologninus, Ludovicus 2150 
Bonaccorsi, Luca di Giovanni 1363 
Bonacosa 1972, 1973, 2326, 2778 
Bonaguida Cremonensis 18, 1333 
Bonaguisis, Jacobus de 23 1 2 
Bonardus, Diomedes 2444 
Bonardus, Johannes 2578 
Bonaventura, Saint 714, 764, 881 
Bonaventura, Pseudo- 826, 881 
Bonavitus, Johannes 3515 
Bondinus, Alexander 2630, 2630A 
Bonfrancischis, Augustinus de 2357 
Boni Hominis, Alphonsus 830, 

3182,3279,3340,3483 
Boninis, Boninus de 3388 
Boninsegnius, Johannes Baptista 

2373, 2374 
Bonomus, Petrus 481, 482 
Bononius, Hieronymus 1783, 2045, 
2048, 2109, 2412, 2413, 2451, 
2452, 2468, 2469, 3302, 3303, 
3305, 3306, 3307, 3308, 3503 
Bonsignore, Giovanni 2227 
Bordonus, Benedictus 2516 
Borro, Gasparino 2091 
Bosqueto, Bernardus de 1333 
Bossus, Matthias 3285 
Bracius, Gabriel 2740 
Brant, Sebastian 214, 262, 828, 829, 
1166, 1167, 1171, 1172, 1182, 
1183, 1184, 1187, 1191, 1192, 
1219, 1220, 1225, 1226, 1229, 
1233, 1234, 1235, 1236, 1241, 
1245, 1247, 1248, 1249, 1250, 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



269 



1251, 1254, 1256, 1257, 1259, 
1264, 1902, 2277, 2278, 2279, 
2280, 3630, S-209A, S-209B, S- 
262A, S-1229A 
Brentius, Andreas 1429, 1483 
Breviloquium de philosophia sanc- 
torum 353 
Brevius, Franciscus 1711, 1715, 

1895 
Britannicus, Angelus 2484A 
Britannicus, Gregorius 3423 
Britannicus, Johannes 2097, 2098, 
2383, 2399, 2489, 2490, 2558, 
2581, 2582, 2587, 2588, 2589, 
2733, 2734, 3148, 3409, 3410, 
3411, 3424, 3425, 3430, 3720, 
3735,3818,3830,3831 
Brixianus, Johannes Franciscus 

2595, 2596 
Brognolus, Benedictus 1516, 1575, 
1576, 1577, 1645, 1646, 1686, 
2102, 2123, 2154, 2155, 2285, 
2286,2461,2462,2463 
Broianicus, Hieronymus 3375 
Bruno, bishop of Wiirzburg 961 
Bruno, Gabriele 1227, 1778, 2195A, 

2261,2434,2531 

Brunus Aretinus, Leonardus 51, 

874, 1459, 1560, 1886, 2218, 

2219, 2732, 2762, 2795, 3178, 

3234, 3235, 3480, 3596, 3671, 

3974 

Brunus Longoburgensis 2350, 2729 

Brunus, Gabriel see Bruno, Gabriele 

Brutus, Marcus Junius, Pseudo- 

2547,2718,2737,2989 
Brutus, Petrus 1967, 2087 
Bugatus, Johannes 341 1 
Bugellanus, Bonifacius 3519 
Bullatus, Christophorus 3123 
Buoninsegni, Jacopo Fiorenzo de' 
2864, 2895 



Burgh, Benet 3990 
Buridanus, Johannes 3770 
Burlaeus, Gualtherus 2316 
Buschius, Hermannus 481, 482, 

3889 
Bussi, Giovanni Andrea 1283, 1284, 
1285, 1288, 1289, 1290, 1291, 
1292, 1293, 1295, 1359, 1513, 
1514, 1534, 1568, 1569, 1570, 
1796, 2225, 2262, 2263, 2410, 
2411, 2421, 2453, 2454, 2524, 
3319,3326,3508,3509 
Butrio, Antonius de 1163, 1942, 

3166,3852 
Buxis, Johannes Andreas de see 

Bussi, Giovanni Andrea 
Buzius, Petrus 3451 

C., Franciscus 2184 

Cabaliatus, Polydorus 2424, 2574 

Caballus, Franciscus 2322, 2643, 
2643A 

Caccialupis, Johannes Baptista de 
1252 

Caecius, Aurelius 1408 

Caietanus, Daniel 2331, 2322, 2339, 
2340,2424,2471,2574 

Caietanus, Thomas 2703 

Caesar, Germanicus 3 1 76 

Calcagninus, Coelius 3249 

Calderinus, Domitius 722, 723, 755, 
1649, 1787, 1904, 1905, 1914, 
1918, 1924, 1925, 2124, 2251, 
2252, 2254, 2255, 2256, 2257, 
2258, 2364, 2381, 2414, 2445, 
2496, 2497, 2523, 2549, 2556, 
2580, 3060, 3118, 3313, 3345, 
3436,3519,3734 

Calfon, Joseph Heb-34 

Callierges, Zacharias 2743, 2744, 
2745, 2746 

Callimachus 2871, 2872 



270 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Calphurnius, Johannes 174, 186, 

200, 1644, 1647, 1769, 1770, 

1850, 1920, 2081A, 2152, 2183, 

2443, 2514, 2764, 3308, 3500, 

3501 
Calpurnius Siculus, Titus 1293, 

1640 
Camarinus, Petrus Maria 3386, 

3691,3718 
Camers, Guarinus 2638, 2639, 2640 
Caminadus, Augustinus Vincentius 

3682 
Campagna, Matthaeus 2309 
Campanus canonicus Parisiensis 

2806A 
Campanus, Johannes 1805, 1806, 

1807 
Campanus, Johannes Antonius 

1298, 1299, 1300, 1301, 1302, 

1303, 1784, 2159, 2160, 2161, 

2162 
Campanus, Nicolaus 3478, 3479 
Campegius, Johannes 2575 
Campis, Ludovicus de 703, 1 164 
Camplo, Jacobus de 1333 
Canali, Dominicus de 2186 
Canalis, Paulus 2536, 2537 
Canamusali de Baldach see David 

Armenicus 
Canisius, Antonius Aegidius 283 1 
Canter, Jacobus 631, 632, 3939 
Caoursin, Guillelmus 3704 
Caper, Flavius 1580, 2378 
Capitolinus, Julius 3038, 3039 
Capreolus, Helias 2700, 3836 
Capuanus, Franciscus see Franciscus 

Capuanus 
Capuanus, Raymundus 3435 
Cara, Petrus 3516 
Caracciolus, Robertus(?) 258 
Carafa, Oliverius 3290 
Carbo, Ludovicus 1601, 2266 



Cardo, Janus 3243 
Carmen de errore doctorum 292 
Carpentarius, Marius 3256, 3257 
Casatia, Laurentius, Saluzolius 

2554, 2555, 2556 
Casco, Leandro di 1254 
Casini, Franciscus 2805 
Cassianus, Johannes 537 
Cassiodorus, Magnus Aurelius 3865 
Castellanis, Hieronymus de 3278, S- 

96A 
Castellanus, Lilius 2449, 2516 
Castellione, Sigismundus de 3567 
Castello, Bonaventura de 2805 
Castillioneus, Franciscus 2593 
Cataneus, Johannes Maria 3163, 

3164,3165 
Cato, Pseudo- 2571, 2635, 2636, 

2637,3764 
Cato, Angelus 3267 
Cato, Marcus Porcius 1571, 3229, 

3230, 3537, 3543, 3544, 3545, 

3546, 3547, 3548 
Catullus, Gaius Valerius 2289, 2290, 

2291, 2512, 2584, 2585, 3040, 

3538 
Cauchorio, Antonius de 2430 
Cavalca, Domenico 1681 
Caxton, William 3990, 3991, 3992, 

3993 
Caymus, Franciscus 3143 
Cebes, Pseudo- 3234, 3235, 3625, 

3626 
Cecco d'Ascoli 2538, 2539 
Ceffi, Filippo 3282 
Celsanus, Barnabas 2173, 2174, 

3495,3512 
Celtes, Conradus 801 
Cendrata, Ludovicus 3373, 3374 
Cenninus, Petrus 2832 
Centone, Girolamo 1775, 1776, 

1778,2261,2434 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



271 



Ceretus, Franciscus 481, 482, 2696, 
2601, 3197, 3198, 3725, 3727 

Chalcondylas, Demetrius see Deme- 
trius Chalcondylas 

Chalcus, Severinus 2163, 3364 

Charles VII, king of France 3687 

Charles VIII, king of France 3687 

Cherio, Hieronymus de 3478, 3479 

Christian, Michael 983 

Cicchus Esculanus see Cecco d'Ascoli 

Ciccolini, Benedetto 3559 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius 1847, 1848, 
1849, 2678, 2679, 2680, 3828 

Cicero, Pseudo- 1915, 1962 

Cicero, Quintus Tullius 3225 

Cinozzi, Girolamo 2833 

Ciolek, Stanislaus 285 

Cioni, Filippo 2834, 2944, 3018 

Cipro, Johannes de 2814 

Cirvelus, Petrus Sanchez 3620, 3624 

Civilis, Marcus 3435 

Clarius, Hieronymus 1226, 1229, 
1902, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1935, 
1936, 1937, 1938, 1941, 1943, 
1944, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1952, 
1953, 1954, 1955, 2036, 2080, 
2132, 3761, S-724A, S-748B 

Clemens V, Pope 1226, 1595, 1596, 
1934, 1943, 1947, 1955, 2595, 
2596,S-1229A 

Cleomedes 2532 

Cleonides 2532 

Cola, Johannes 3260 

Cologne. Universitat. Theologische 
Fakultat 738, 739, 740, 861, 863 

Colucia, Franciscus 1571, 3229, 
3230, 3537, 3543, 3544, 3545, 
3546,3547,3548 

Columbus, Christophorus 1254, 
1501 

Columella, Lucius Junius Modera- 
tus 1571, 3229, 3230, 3537, 3543, 



3544, 3545, 3546, 3547, 3548 
Columna, Aegidius 3428 
Compendium de vita antichristi 

404, 458 
Conagus, Lucinus 3161, 3417 
Conforms, Hieronymus 1945, 1946 
Conradus, Eusebius 3364 
Constantius, Antonius 1452, 2570 
Contarenus, Secundus 2359 
Copinus, Jacobus 2108 
Corbaria, Leonardus de 3618 
Corbichon, Jean 3738, 3755 
Corbinellis, Matthaeus de 1765, 

3742 
Cordiale quattuor novissimorum 

[German] 539, 569 
Corinthius, Gregorius see Gregorius 

Corinthius 
Cornazzano, Antonio 1551, 1552, 

1553 
Cornelius Severus 3231, 3232 
Cornerus, Petrus 3099 
Corniger, Franciscus Tantius 3128, 

3129 
Cornutus, Pseudo- 2581, 2582 
Corsettus, Antonius 1942, 3166, 

3218 
Corsinus, Americus 2874, 2875, 

2876 
Cosco, Leandro di 3618 
Courtecuisse, Jean 3644, 3645 
Crassus, Balthasar 3344 
Crassus, Leonardus 2685, 2686 
Crastonus, Johannes 2627, 2628, S- 

3105A 
Crato Udenheimius 291 
Creus, Petrus 2296 
Crinitus, Petrus 2730 
Crispus, Johannes Honorius 1057 
Croaria, Hieronymus de 1084 
Cruce, Alvisius de la 3146, 3147 
Curtius, Lancinus 3157 



272 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Curtus, Johannes 186 
Cusanus, Pantaleo 3158, 3159 
Cyllenius, Bernardinus 2289, 2290, 

2291,2584,2585 
Cyprianus, Pseudo- 331, 560, 2611, 

2612 
Cyrillus, Pseudo- 322, 323, 954, 

995, 2655, 2656, 2657 

Dalbizo, Francesco 2970 
Danhauser, Peter 801, 807, 808, 

815, 826, S-819A 
Dares Phrygius 2395, 2396, 3534 
David Armenicus 2354, 2729 
De exemptionibus 3716 
De locis et mirabilibus mundi 92 1 , 

922, 923 
De Secundo philosopho et eius 

pertinaci silentio 460 
De situ civitatis Mediolani 3070 
De sufFragiis missae 358 
Decadyus, Justinus 2671, 2672 
Decembrius, Petrus Candidus 1526, 

1726, 1727, 1728, 1729, 2403, 

2838,3540,3585,3586,3971 
Decretales extravagantes communes 

selectae 1226, S-1229A 
Deiphus, Aegidius 3665, 3667 
Demetrius Chalcondylas 2372, 

2374, 2990, 2991, 3125, 3126, 

3163,3164,3165 
Demosthenes 392 
Deulacres, Haginus 3799, 3800 
Dialogus linguae et ventris 393 1 
Diaz de Montalvo, Alfonso 3964 
Diaz de Toledo, Pedro 3969 
Dinus de Mugello 80, 235, 240, 268, 

742,743, 1527, 1963 
Dio Chrysostomus 2990, 2991, 3437 
Diodorus Siculus 2449 
Diogenes Cynicus, Pseudo- 2718 
Diogenes Laertius 2644, 2644A 



Dionysius Cartusianus 3920 
Dionysius Periegetes 1516, 1686, 

1809,2123,2331,2331,2471 
Dodo, Augustinus 1187 
Doering, Matthias 709, 3338 
Domenico da Pescia 2949 
Dominicans 577, 3081 
Dominicus de Civitate Visentina 80, 

235,240,268,742,743 
Dominicus de Flandria 2703 
Dominicus de Imola 2575 
Dominicus Marrochinus 2354, 2729 
Dominicus de Sancto Geminiano 

1226, 1902 
Donatus de Brixia 2695 
Donatus, Aelius 174, 186, 200, 

1580, 2152, 2378, 2443, 2514, 

3308,3328 
Donatus, Hieronymus 2250, 3431, 

3432 
Donatus, Tiberius Claudius 722, 

723,2124 
Dorniberg, Thomas 104, 105, 143, 

662,834,845,907, 1388 
Drepanius Pacatus, Latinius 3064 
Duccus, Johannes Franciscus 3437 
Ducius, Sebastianus 3137, 3142 
Durer, Albrecht 760, 761, 786, 

1216, 1221 
Dulcinius, Stephanus 3069, 3070 
Duns Scotus, Johannes 3808, 3833 
Duns Scotus, Johannes, Pseudo- 

2244, 2297 

Eber, Valentin 647 
Eberhausen, Johann von 1036 
Eck, Leonhard 656 
Eckehart, Meister S- 1 1 8 A 
Eichmann, Jodocus 148 
Elias Cretensis Hebraeus 1 890 
Eliezer ben Samuel Heb-15, Heb-16 
Ephrem Syrus 1224 



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273 



Epictetus 3234, 3235 

Epistola Abagari regis ad salvato- 

rem nostrum Jesum Christum 

460 
Epistola de miseria curatorum 292 
Erasmus, Desiderius 3684, 3706, 

3729, 3802 
Esculanus, Gratia Dei see Gratia Dei 

Esculanus 
Euclides, Pseudo- 2532 
Eusebius Caesariensis 2532 
Eusebius Hispanus 2359 
Euticus, Henricus 636 
Eutropius 3038, 3039 
Eyb, Albrecht von 545, 567, 602 

Faber de Budweis, Wenzel 1052 
Faber Stapulensis, Jacobus 2538, 

2539, 3627, 3628, 3669, 3670, 

3671,3672 
Fabri, Felix 838, 839, 894 
Fabrinus, Leander 3571 
Facetus3764 
Fanckel, Johannes 382 
Faragonius, Franciscus 2395, 2396, 

3534 
Farget, Pierre 3738, 3755 
Fastolf, Thomas 1333 
Faventinus, Antonius 2345 
Fed erer, Jacobus 149 
Federigo da Venezia 1320 
Felix Aleriensis 1779 
Ferabos, Giovanni Andrea 3269 
Feragius Salernitanus 341 1 
Fernus, Michael 1467, 1468, 1469 
Ferrariis, Georgius de 2343 
Ferrarius, Julius Aemilius 2554, 

2555, 2566 
Ferrera, Hieronymus (3838a) 
Ferreus, Rosatus 1457 
Festus, Sextus Pompeius 2455, 

2486,2736,3167 



Ficinus, Marsilius 1793, 2373, 2374, 
2477, 2599, 2648, 2649, 2650, 
2651, 2652, 2653, 2851, 2884, 
2885, 2960, 2961, 3291, 3292, 
3293,3625,3626 

Figino, Piero da 1777, 2094, 2095, 
2425, 2426, 2492 

Finario, Baptista de 2593 

Flavius, Andreas 1408 

Florus, Lucius Annaeus 2216, 2221, 
2224, 2464 

Fontius, Bartholomaeus 1758, 1759, 
1854, 1916, 1919, 2097, 2098, 
2142, 2191, 2489, 2490, 2558, 
2581, 2587, 2588, 2589, 2733, 
2734, 2788, 2846, 2847, 2848, 
3121,3148,3329 

Forma absolutionis sacramentalis 
365, 425 

Fortiguerra, Scipio 2655, 2656, 
2657 

Fortunati, Luca Antonio 1357 

Foxal, Johannes 2297 

Fracantianus, Antonius 2608 

Francesco da Siena see Casini, Fran- 
ciscus 

Franciscus de Assisi, Saint 2595, 
2596, 3058 

Franciscus de Bobbio 3441, 3444, 
3446 

Franciscus Capuanus 2538, 2539 

Franciscus de Macerata 1980, 2608, 
2712 

Franciscus Moneliensis 1585, 1595, 
1596, 1862, 1863, 1864, 1866, 
1871 

Franciscus de Nerito 2806 

Franciscus Pedemontanus 2031, 
2143 

Franciscus de Senis see Casini, Fran- 
ciscus 

Fridericus II, Emperor 652, 1039 



274 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Fridericus III, Emperor 920, S- 

228A 
Frontinus, Sextus Julius 1464, 1465, 

2382, 2529 
Fiinf Anfechtungen, die ein jeder 

Mensch erstehen muss 538 
Fiirstenberg, Philippus 291, 874 
Fulgineo, Gentilis de see Gentilis de 

Fulgineo 
Funtania, Onofrius de 2830 
Fuscus, Palladius 2584, 2585, S- 

2563A 

Gadolus, Bernardinus 2032, 2033, 

2359 
Gaguinus, Robertus 3636 
Gaietanus de Thienis 2309, 231 1 
Galbiatus, Georgius 3137, 3138 
Galenus 2046, 2447, 2532, 2898 
Galenus, Pseudo- 2341, 2644, 

2644A 
Galfridus Anglicus 3943 
Gallicanus, Vulcatius 3038, 3039 
Gallici, Guillelmus 18, 1333 
Gallinarius, Eucherius 870 
Gallus, Jodocus292 
Galvanus de Bononia 80, 235, 240, 

268, 742, 743 
Gambilionibus, Angelus de 3852 
Gandino, Albertus de 2357 
Garaottus, Petrus 2245 
Garcia de Castrqjeriz, Juan 3968 
Gaza, Theodorus 1291, 1688, 1850, 

1982, 1983, 2264, 2265, 3215, 

3314,3315,3335 
Geiler von Kaisersberg, Johann 

164, 165,292,812,813 
Gemmatus, Baptista 2346 
Gennadius Massiliensis 503 
Gentilis de Florentia 2246 
Gentilis de Fulgineo 1932, 2246, 

2322,2606,2821,2822,3453 



Georgius Bruxellensis 3668 
Georgius de Monteferrato 1 979 
Georgius Trapezuntius 1551, 1552, 
1553, 1634, 1635, 1697, 2109, 
3305 
Georgius, Vincentius 2607 
Geraldinus, Alexander 3982 
Gerardus Cisterciensis 80, 235, 240, 

268, 742, 743 
Gerardus Cremonensis 71, 1613, 
1756, 1858, 1932, 2281, 2341, 
2354, 2542, 2543, 2830, 3199, 
3200, 3803 
Gerardus de Monte 456 
Gerardus Niger 637, 646 
Gerardus de Vliederhoven 569 
Gerardus de Zutphania 582 
Germanicus, Julius Caesar 1847, 

1848, 1849,2678,2679,2680 
Gerson, Johannes 197, 198, 270, 
620, 666, 721, 826, 881, 910, 91 1, 
1431, 2086, 2088, 2146, 2192, 
2488, 2729, 2720, 2759, 2835, 
2836, 3145, 3647, 3648, 3651, 
3661, 3662, 3664, 3692, 3769, 
3783,3917,3966,3980 
Giamboni, Bono 3295 
Giambullari, Bernardo (3035b) 
Gibertus, Franciscus 2438 
Gigas, Christophorus Pierius 3724 
Gilbertus Porretanus, Pseudo- 591 
Girardinus, Bartholomaeus 1640 
Girardus, Cornelius 3684, 3729 
Gitaldi, Maturinus 3812 
Glassberger, Nicolaus 757, 758 
Gometius de Ulisipone 688, 1704, 

2575 
Gomez de Ulixbona see Gometius de 

Ulisipone 
Gondisalvus de Toleto 3799, 3800 
Gonesse, Nicolas de 3633, 3947A 
Gonterius, Guillelmus 3670, 3671 



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275 



Grasolarius, Jacobus 1794, 1795 
Gratarolus, Antonius 1932 
Gratia Dei Esculanus 1703, 2199 
Gratianus Brixiensis 2575, 3395 
Gregorii, Franciscus 243 5 A 
Gregorius I, Pope 2595, 2596 
Gregorius Corinthius 3127 
Gregorius Nazianzenus, Saint 2595, 

2596 
Gregorius Tiphernas 1534, 1640, 

2222,2225,3319 
Gregoropulus, Johannes 2743, 

2744, 2745, 2746 
Gresemundus, Theodoricus 44, 871 
Greve, Henricus 1027 
Griebus, Bartholomaeus 292, 1253 
Griffblinus, Franciscus 381, 1057, 

1298, 1303, 1327, 1382, 1643, 

2442, 2547, 2788, 2989, 3266, 

3268, 3269, 3294, 3391, 3481, S- 

2989A 
Grocyn, William 2678, 2679, 2680 
Grosseteste, Robertus see Robertus 

[Grosseteste] Linconiensis 
Gualtherus Anglicus (216a), 432, 

568, 1075, 2480, 2482, 3283, 

3372, 3854, 3861, 3885, 3896 
Guarinus Veronensis 257, 430, 

1154, 1534, 2222, 2225, 3319, 

3407, 3838B 
Guarinus, Baptista 1598 
Guarinus, Johannes 1362 
Guillelmus Brito 709, 2359 
Guillelmus de Moerbeka 1980, 

2830,3461 
Guillelmus de Sancto Amore S-945A 
Guot, Hartmannus 292 
Guymier, Gosmas 3814 

Hali, filius Abenragel (Albohazen) 

1821,2306,2307,2308 
Hame'ati, Nathan ben Eliezer Heb- 



25, Heb-26 
Han, Jacobus 872 
Hartmann, Andreas 1 03 
Haugen, Sixtus 639 
Hayyim ben Isaac ha-Levi Ash- 

kenazi Heb-19 
Helias Cretensis 2647 
Henricus de Gorichen 1205, 1206, 

1213, 1222,2274 
Henricus de Hassia the Elder 929 
Henricus de Saxonia, Pseudo- 2544 
Henricus de Vrimaria 2695 
Herben, Matthaeus 45 
Herennius Philo 2655, 2656, 2657 
Hermannus Dalmata 623, 624 
Hermes Trismegistus 1283, 1284, 

2306, 2307, 2308, 3508, 3509 
Hermogenes, Pseudo- 1516, 1686, 

2123,2331,2332,2471 
Herodianus, Pseudo- 2631, 2632, 

2633 
Herodotus 2404, 2405, 2406, 2990, 

2991 
Hesdin, Simon de 3633, 3947A 
Hesiodus 1293, 2625, 2626, 2635, 

2636, 2637 
Heynlin, Johannes 257, 430, 1154, 

1173, 1174, 1175, 1182, 1183, 

1184,3838B 
Hieronymus, Saint 320, 322, 323, 

1278, 1817, 1818,3037 
Hieronymus, Pseudo- 2240, 3407 
Hieronymus, Petrus 1408 
Hinderbachius, Johannes 1622 
Hippocrates 1834, 1835, 1836, 

2046, 2337, 2338, 3199, 3200, 

3380, 3381, (3836a) 
Hippocrates, Pseudo- 2547, 2718, 

2989 
Hodeschus, Petrus Felix 3470 
Homo Dei, Johannes 3150,3151 
Honestis, Christophorus de 203 1 



276 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Horborch, Guillelmus 18, 344, 1333 
Horius, Nicolaus 3687 
Horneck, Burchardus de 987 
Hostianus, Johannes Franciscus 

3416 
Hubertinus clericus Crescentinas 

1853A, 1884, 1917, 2580, 3813 
Hugo de Sancto Caro 3920 
Hugo de Sancto Victore 162, 953, 

1201,2595,2596 
Hundius, Florentius 1253 
Hypsicles 2532 

Ignatius Antiochenus, Pseudo- 3672 
Illarius, Stephanus 3336, 3337 
Illuminatus Novariensis 2141 
Illuminatus, Antonius 2576 
Immanuel ben Solomon of Rome 

Heb-19 
Innocentius IV, Pope 80, 235, 742, 

743 
Innocentius VIII, Pope 738, 739, 

740,861,863,2575,3704 
Iontus, Oliverius 2245 
Isidorus Hispalensis 162, 1201, 

3936 
Isocrates 2100, 2101 

Jacobi, Petrus 80, 235, 240, 268, 

742, 743 
Jacobus Burgensis 3 189 
Jacobus Egidii 1963 
Jacobus Florentinus 1105 
Jacobus de Forlivio 2329 
Jacobus Hebraeus 1972, 1973, 2326 
Jacobus de Voragine 909 
Janus Pannonius 2614 
Jesselinus de Cassanis 1380 
Jesus filius Haly (Issa ben AH) 2354, 

2729 
Johann von Briinn 819 



Johannes XXI, Pope 745, 2229A, 

3770 
Johannes XXII, Pope 372, 1380, S- 

369A 
Johannes de Altavilla 392 
Johannes Anglicus (d. 1429) see 

Foxal, Johannes 
Johannes de Capistrano 1 147 
Johannes Damascenus 2337, 2338, 

3199,3200 
Johannes Glogoviensis 1054 
Johannes Hispalensis 618, 619, 625, 

1804, 1831, 1832, 2306, 2307, 

2308,2770,2771,2772 
Johannes Hispanus 1024 
Johannes Hispanus diaconus 694, 

1574 
Johannes de Janduno 1841, 3505, 

3506 
Johannes monachus 1 902 
Johannes de Monte Nigro 3 16, 93 1 
Johannes Neapolitanus 2212, 2253, 

2419, 2530 
Johannes Nivicellensis, Pseudo- 

1222 
Johannes Petrus Lucensis 2404, 

2405, 2406 
Johannes Philoponus 2644, 2644A, 

2655, 2656, 2657 
Johannes presbyter 483, 3894 
Johannes de Sancto Amando 203 1 
Johannes de Saxonia 1816, 1831, 

1832 
Johannes von Speyer 539 
Johannes Teutonicus 9, 10, 87, 161, 

167,694,733, 1128, 1130, 1133, 

1141, 1225, 1334, 1906, 1911, 

3824 
Johannes de Tornamira 3835 
Johannes de Zantvliet (3836a) 
Johannitius, Chanin, Rabbi 2046 
Jonathan ben Uzziel Heb-35 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



277 



Josserandi, Franciscus 3759 
Jovenzonius, Raphael see Zovenzo- 

nius, Raphael 
Judah ben Saul ibn Tibbon Heb-7 
Judecus, Nicolaus 1994, 1995 
Juliarius, Jacobus 3307 
Justinianus Romanus 2216, 2221, 

2224 
Justinianus, Leonardus 2100 2101, 

3112,3301 
Jusunopolitanus, Bartholomaeus see 

Pelusius, Bartholomaeus 
Juvenalis, Guido 174, 186, 2443, 

2514,3790 

Karl IV, Emperor 652, 1039 

Kastel, Peter von 3 10 

Kimhi, David Heb-9, Heb-1 1, Heb- 

12, Heb-18, Heb-35 
Konrad von Wiirzburg 592 
Krosbein, Henricus 3671 

Lactantius, Placidus 1787, 2256, 

2257, 2258, 2364, 2496, 2497 
Laelius, C. Lucius 1663 
Laelius, Theodorus 1214, 1216, 

1221, 1721,2090,3360,3361 
Laetus, Pomponius 1335, 1336, 
1466, 1522, 1639, 1675, 2159, 
2160, 2161, 2162, 2382, 2383, 
2399, 2455, 2550, 2736, 2758, 
3229, 3230, 3362, 3430, 3543, 
3544, 3545, 3546, 3547, 3548, 
3551 
Lalanda, Johannes de 3785, 3786 
Lampridius, Aelius 3038, 3039 
Lampugnanus, Gaspar 3101 
Lana,Jacopodella 1738, 1739,3090 
Lana, Jacobus de see Lana, Jacopo 

della 
Lanciis, Johannes Baptista de 1308 
Lancilotus, Blasius 2615 



Landau, Abraham ben Jacob Heb- 

25, Heb-26 
Landau, Jacob Baruch ben Judah 

Heb-18 
Landinus, Christophorus 722, 723, 

1583, 1777, 1790, 1791, 1792, 

2073, 2074, 2094, 2095, 2124, 

2127, 2373, 2374, 2425, 2426, 

2466, 2492, 2851, 2852, 2853, 

2854, 2865, 3403, 3734, S-1792A 
Landriano, Bernardinus de see Ber- 

nardinus Landrianus 
Lanfrancus Mediolanensis 2350, 

2729 
Langen, Rudolf von 463 
Lanterius, Bernardinus 3067, 3068 
Lanterius, Florenus 1911 
Lapini, Bernardo 1750, 1751, 1752, 

1774, 1775, 1776, 1778, 2148, 

2176, 2177, 2178, 2261, 2434, 

3128,3129 
Lapus de Podioboniti 1339 
Lascaris, Janus 2962, 2964, 2965, 

2966, 2967, 3803 
Latif, Samuel ben Meir Heb-21, 

Heb-22 
Laurentianus, Laurentius 2898 
Laurus, Antonius 2526,2527 
Lazzarellus, Ludovicus (2250a) 
Legouais, Chretien 3913A 
Lehre und Predigt, wie sich zwei 

Menschen ... 538 
LeHuen, Nicolas 3781 
Lelius, Theodorus see Laelius 
Le Moyne, Jean see Monachus, 

Johannes 
Leo archipresbyter 233, 237, 254, 

255, 363 
Leonardus de Utino 1681 
Leonicenus, Omnibonus 1 550, 

1556, 1660, 1736, 1856, 1857, 

1884A, 1921, 1922, 1960, 2089, 



278 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



2145, 2159, 2160, 2161, 2162, 

2310, 2509, 2510, 2511, 2533, 

2534,3153 
Lerma, Petrus de 3624 
Lignano, Paulus de 3186 
Limperger, Tilmann 149 
Linacre, Thomas 2678, 2679, 2680 
Locher, Jacobus 180, 182, 183, 186, 

656, 816, 1084, 1258, 1260, 1261, 

1262,3677,3678,3837,3838 
Loffelholz, Johannes S-819A 
Lopez, Diego 3985 
Lorqi, Joseph ben Joshua Heb-25, 

Heb-26 
Lorris, Guillaume de (3736a) 
Louis XII, king of France 3687 
Love, Nicholas 4012 
Lucaris, Nicolaus see Lucarus, Nico- 

laus 
Lucarus, Nicolaus 3386, 3387, 3691, 

3718 
Lucas de Subereto 2269 
Lucianus Samosatensis, Pseudo- see 

Alberti, Leon Battista 
Lucillus 2964, 2965 
Ludo, Guillelmus de 3852 
Lupi, Jacobus 3619 
Lupo de Olmeto 2785, 2786 
Luscus, Antonius 1697 
Luzagus, Justinianus 3392 
Lycinius, C. 2417 
Lydgate, John 4009, 4010, 4011 

Macerata, Franciscus de see Fran- 

ciscus de Macerata 
Maconi, Stephanus 3435 
MafFeius, Timotheius 2975 
Magdalius, Jacobus 384 
Mahomet II 1420 
Maimonides, Moses, Rabbi 2337, 

2338, Heb-28 
Mair, Hans 592 



Maius, Johannes 1061 
Malatenus, Ludovicus 2444 
Maldura, Petrus Ludovicus 3111 
Malermi, Niccolo 2223, 2474 
Malfeta, Petrus 2779 
Malleolus, Paulus 3680 
Mamertinus, Claudius 3064 
Mancinellus, Antonius 755, 1991, 
1992, 1993, 2222, 2225, 2404, 
2405, 2406, 2466, 2484, 2549, 
2556,2571,3734, 3828,3829 
Mancinus, Dominicus 3606 
Manfredis, Hieronymus de 2247 
Manfredus Tarentinus 348 
Maniacus, Publius Nardinus 3724 
Manilius, Marcus 2678, 2679, 2680 
Manilius, Sebastianus 1981, 1982, 

1983,2604 
Manius, Lucius 3526, 3527 
Manrique, Gomez 3961 
Manrique, Jorge 3961 
Manutius, Aldus 656, 2627, 2628, 
2630, 2630A, 2635, 2636, 2637, 
2638, 2639, 2640, 2643, 2643A, 
2644, 2644A, 2645, 2645A, 2655, 
2656,2657,2662,2681,2682 
Mapellus, Johannes Maria 2311, 

3144 
Marcus Venetus 1 956 
Mariotus de Pistorio 1 749 
Marlianus, Johannes Franciscus 

3112 
Marlianus, Raimundus 1783, 2412, 
2413, 2451, 2468, 2469, 3046, 
3306 
Marmita, Gellius Bernardinus 2424, 

2441,2574 
Maro, Andreas 2536, 2537, 2685, 

2686 
Marsilius de Inghen 1077, 2079, 

2715 
Marsilius de Sancta Sophia 3441 



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279 



Marsus, Paulus 2190, 2487, 2570, 

3065,3117 
Marsus, Petrus 1913, 1921, 1922, 

2089, 2292, 2293, 2294, 2310, 

2551,3923 
Martinis, Octavianus de 258, 271 
Mascarellus, Montorius 1765, 3742 
Massarius, Ambrosius 149 
Mataratius, Franciscus 1787, 2256, 

2257, 2258, 2364, 2496, 2497, 

3507 
Mattaselanus, Matthaeus 2064 
Matteo da Ferrara 2785, 2786, S- 

2786A 
Matthaeus Vindocinensis 3764 
Matthias de Suecia 763, 948 
Maturantius, Franciscus 3828 
Maude, Jacobus de 3785, 3786 
Mauritius de Portu Hibernicus 

(Maurice O'Fihely) 2244, 2339, 

2340 
Mayno, Jason de 2 1 1 0, 3344 
Mayronis, Franciscus de 2779 
Medici, Francesco 3607 
Medicis, Manfredus de 3459 
Medii versus pro iuvenibus confecti 

1045 
Melleus, Petrus 3041 
Menardus monachus 675, 1142 
Menschenspiegel 538 
Mercator, Johannes 3609 
Merstetter, Jacobus 874 
Merswin, Rulman S-1018A 
Merula, Bartholomaeus 2558, 2564, 

2566, 2567, 2570, 2577, 2733, 

2734 
Merula, Georgius 1518, 1519, 1520, 

1533, 1536, 1571, 1682, 1683, 

2254, 2255, 2298, 2381, 2445, 

2523, 2552, 2553, 3119, 3120, 

3137, 3138, 3156, 3229, 3230, 

3314, 3315, 3537, 3543, 3544, 



3545, 3546, 3547, 3548, 3813 
Meschiatis, Augustinus de 2330 
Messahalah 2306, 2307, 2308 
Messinus 23 1 1 
Mesue, Johannes (3803a) 
Metulinus, Johannes Vincentius 

3764 
Meung, Jean de (3736a) 
Meyer, Johannes 918 
Michael de Cesena 3794, 3795 
Michael Scotus 2039 
Mickell, Hans 984 
Militis, Guillelmus 3606 
Minz, Asher ben Peres Heb-25, 

Heb-26 
Mirabilia Romae 2415 
Modestus 1464, 1465 
Modus legendi abbreviaturas in 

utroque iure 1207 
Moerbeka, Guillelmus de see Guil- 
lelmus de Moerbeka 
Molendino, Johannes de 1333 
Molenfeld, Martin 1088, 1089 
Molitoris, Johannes 173 
Mombritius, Boninus 2063, 2625, 

2626, 3037, 3084, 3086 
Monachus, Johannes 1226 
Mondellus, Ludovicus 1168, 2548, 

3599 
Monissart, Johannes 1450 
Monopolitanus, Hieronymus 1971 
Montaldo, Adamo da 1305 
Monte, Petrus de 3404 
Monte Ulmi, Petrus Angelus de 

1980 
Montenatus, Benedictus 3706, 

3729,3802 
Moravus, Augustinus 2517 
Moretus, Antonius 1643A, 1644, 

2602 
Moretus, Matthaeus 82, 1717, 1718, 

1719, 1853A,3174A,3497 



280 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Moriglio, Petrus de 1 584 
Morsi, Jacopo de' 2970 
Morsianus, Petrus Andreas 2038, 

2038A, 2041, 2042 
Moschopulus, Manuel 3127 
Mosnauer, Wolfgang 2702 
Motta, Antonius 2615, 3163, 3164, 

3165 
Miigeln, Heinrich von 581 
Miinzinger, Hans 569 
Mundinus 2023, 2031, 2038, 2038A, 

2041,2042 
Murris, Andreas de 1362 
Musurus, Marcus 2629, 2655, 2656, 

2657, 2663, 2664, 2665, 2674, 

2675, 2676, 2677, 2743, 2744, 

2745, 2746 
Mutianus scholasticus 994 
Mutius, Venantius 2606, 2821, 2822 

Naldius, Naldus 2373, 2374, 2960, 

2961 
Nappis, Caesar de 3 196 
Navagerius, Andreas 2577 
Nazarius 3064 
Nell, Johannes 178 
Nellus de Sancto Geminiano 1527, 

1963 
Nemesianus, Marcus Aurelius 1293 
Nevo, Alexander de 1574 
Niavis, Paulus 447, 1011 
Nicander Colophonensis 2681, 

2682 
Nicephorus Gregoras 2532 
Nicolaus V, Pope 1147, 1235, 1236 
Nicolaus de Cusa 587 
Nicolaus de Dinkelsbiihl 904, 909 
Nicolaus de Dinkelsbiihl, Pseudo- S- 

904 
Nicolaus Germanus 919 
Nicolaus de Hanapis 1701 
Nicolaus de Lyra 709, 953, 2273, 



2359 
Nicolaus Salernitanus 2031, 2143, 

(3836a) 
Nidobeatus, Martinus Paulus 3090 
Niffer, Heinrich 840 
Niger, Christophorus 2225 
Niger, Franciscus 801, 2678, 2679, 

2680,3299,3734 
Niger, Stephanus 3163, 3164, 3165 
Nigris, Sillanus de 2069, 2282, 2709 
Nimireus, Martinus 2732 
Novi Castri, Desiderius 2240 

Obertus de Horto 637, 646 
Octavius, Franciscus 2610 
Odaxius, Ludovicus 2108, 2375, 

2439, 2450, 3234, 3235, 3625, 

3626 
Odofredus de Denariis 1 963 
Oecolampadius, Johannes 291 
Officium et missa B.M.V. 287 
O' Finely, Maurice see Mauritius de 

Portu Hibernicus 
Oliverius Arzignanensis 1967, 2087, 

2202 
Omnibonus Leonicenus see Leoni- 

cenus, Omnibonus 
Onasander 1464, 1465 
Onkelos Heb-34 
Origines 408 

Otto, Johannes 3131, 3132 
Ovidius Naso, Publius 1787 
Ovidius Naso, Publius, Pseudo- 

1640 

Paganus, Johannes Franciscus 3255 
Paiellus, Bartholomaeus 1785, 

1786,2623,2624,3493 
Palladius, Domitius 2108, 2333, 

2536, 2537, 2560, 2573, 2579, 

2626A 
Palladius, Rutilius Taurus Aemi- 



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281 



lianus 1571, 3229, 3230, 3537, 

3543, 3544, 3545, 3546, 3547, 

3548 
Palmarius, Johannes Baptista 2721, 

2722 
Palmerius, Matthaeus, Florentinus 

1817, 1818,3037 
Palmerius, Matthaeus, Pisanus 

1817,1818 
Panicis, Bonifacius de 3581 
Paravicius 1972, 1973, 2326 
Pariseti, Stephanus 3804 
Parthenius, Antonius 2289, 2290, 

2291,2512,2584,2585 
Parthenius, Bartholomaeus 3319, 

3322,3323,3324 
Partibus, Jacobus de 3475, 3803, 

(3838a) 
Passeris, Ludovicus de 1362 
Passio siue Sermo popularis 806 
Patavinus, Johannes Antonius 2366, 

2367 
Paternione, Giovanni 3983 
Paulinus de Lemberg 757, 758 
Paulinus Mediolanensis 3113 
Paulus II, Pope 372 
Paulus de Bergamo see Paulus de 

Sancta Maria 
Paulus Bergomensis see Ulmeus, 

Paulus, Bergomensis 
Paulus Burgensis 709 
Paulus de Castro 1951, 2168 
Paulus diaconus 3038, 3039 
Paulus Pergulensis 1861, 2309, 

2 702 A 
Paulus de Sancta Maria 1379, 3338 
Paulus Soncinas 2303, 3095, 31 14 
Pavinis, Johannes Franciscus de 

258, 1333, 1343, 1380 
Paxius, Franciscus 3368 
Pelicanis, Blasius de 2823 
Pelusius, Bartholomaeus 2737 



Pena, Antonio de la 3972 
Penketh, Thomas 1693, 1694, 1699, 

1867,2791 
Peragallus, Raphael 3133 
Perez, Miguel 3959, 3960 
Perottus, Nicolaus 1296, 2614, 

3234, 3235 
Perottus, Pyrrhus 2375, 2439, 2450 
Persius Flaccus, Aulus 1544, 1642, 

3042,3047,3053,3057,3168 
Persona, Christophorus 1317, 1328 
Petrarca, Francesco 174, 186, 479, 

538 
Petrarca, Francesco, Pseudo- 3143 
Petri, Johannes, Lucensis 1769, 

1770, 1850,2764 
Petrica, Tullius 3574 
Petronius Arbiter 2619, 2620, 3064 
Petrus de Abano 1834, 1835, 1836, 

2031, 2143, 3076, 3333, 3334, 

3453 
Petrus de Alliaco 3624 
Petrus de Alvernia 2024, 23 18 
Petrus de Bergamo 1 244 
Petrus Blesensis 3619 
Petrus de Carariis 3467 
Petrus Lombardus 2334, 3808, 

3809, 3833 
Petrus de Tussignano 1979, 2023, 

2038, 2038A, 2041, 2042, 2069, 

2282, 2709 
Peurbachius, Georgius 1808, 1833, 

2203, 2237, 2238, 2239, 2283, 

2284, 2538, 2539 
Pflantzmann, Jodocus 637, 646 
Phantius, Petrus Paulus 2560, 2579 
Philelphus, Franciscus 1600, 1753, 

1754, 1774, 1775, 1776, 1778, 

2176, 2177, 2178, 2261, 2434, 

2619, 2620, 3088, 3099, 3128, 

3129,3386,3691,3718 
Philelphus, Petrus Augustinus 3062 



282 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Philelphus, Petrus Justinus 3059 
Phileticus, Martinus 1921, 1922, 

2089,2310,2625,2626,3813 
Philippus de Bergamo 557, 3816 
Philippus, cancellarius Parisiensis 

3610 
Philippus Tripolitanus 353 
Philo Judaeus 2644, 2644A 
Philomenus, Alexander 2108 
Philomusus, Johannes Franciscus 

2127,2375,2439 
Phocas 1580,2378 
Phocylides, Pseudo- 2627, 2628, 

2635, 2636, 2637 
Phosphorus, Lucius 1345, 1668, 

3118 
Piagentina, Alberto della 3282 
Piati, Piatino3152 
Picardi, Marcus 2484A 
Picardus, Barnabas 3490, 3491 
Picolomineus, Augustinus 2732 
Picus, Johannes Franciscus 3233 
Picus de Mirandula, Johannes Fran- 
ciscus 2611, 2612 
Pigafetta, Matteo 3498 
Pincius, Guillelmus 2139 
Pincius, Pyrrhus 2577 
Pirckamer, Georgius 826 
Pisanus, Victor 1847, 1848, 1849 
Pius II, Pope 483, 726, 727, 728, 

729, 730, 731, 732, 2820, 3630, 

3740, 3894 
Pius, Johannes Baptista 2521, 2522, 

3139, 3142, 3167, 3226, 3227, 

3436 
Pizamanus, Antonius 2051, 2052 
Planca, Coronatus de 1360 
Planudes, Maximus 2635, 2636, 

2637,2740,2962 
Platearius, Johannes 2031, 2341 
Platearius, Matthaeus 2341 
Platinus, Petrus Antonius 1853 A 



Plato 2963 

Plato, Pseudo- 2648, 2649, 2650, 

2651,2652,2653,3625,3626 
Plato Tiburtinus 2306, 2307, 2308 
Plautus, Titus Maccius 3 1 04 
Plegapheta, Matthaeus see Pigafetta, 

Matteo 
Plinius Secundus, Gaius Caecilius 

3064 
Plutarchus 1198, 1199, 1850, 2447, 

2990, 2991, 3234, 3235, 3437 
Plutarchus, Pseudo- 2968 
Podocatharus, Ludovicus 1688 
Poggius, Jacobus 1652, 1653, 1654, 

2907, 2908 
Poggius, Johannes Franciscus 1742, 

1903, 2449, 2564, 2565, 3171 
Polentonus, Siccus 1697, 3060, 3122 
Politianus, Angelus 1496, 2073, 

2074, 2373, 2374, 2382, 2529, 

2638, 2639, 2640, 2855, 2856, 

2857, 2858, 2865, 2975, 2976, 

3137, 3138, 3210, 3234, 3235, 

3436, 3735, 3813, 3818, 3832 
Pollio, Trebellius 3038, 3039 
Poluciis, Johannes Maria de 2594 
Polybius 1599 

Polycarpus Smyrnaeus 3672 
Pona, Jacobus 1273 
Ponceau, Jacques 3803 
Pontanus, Johannes Jovianus 2610 
Ponticus, Ludovicus 2228 
Pontius, Bartholomaeus 2223, 2474 
Pontius Pilate, Pseudo- 830, 831, 

3483, 3630 
Pontremolo, Thomas de 3 155 
Ponzoni, Domenico 287 
Porphyrio, Pomponius 2127, 2466 
Porphyrius 591, 2630, 2630A, 2648, 

2649, 2650, 2651, 2652, 2653, 

2706, 2707, 2884, 2885 
Porretanus, Gilbertus 2706, 2707 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



283 



Porrus, Lucas 3326, 3327 

Portu Hibernicus, Mauritius de see 

Mauritius de Portu Hibernicus 
Poseiaen, Conradus 2275, 2276, 

2713, 2714, 3777, 3779, 3780, 

3817,3820,3823,3842 
Posthumus, Guido 2728 
Pottenstein, Ulrich von 583 
Pratt, William 3991, 3992 
Premierfait, Laurent 3605, 4009, 

4010,4011 
Presles, Raoul de 3863 
Priolis, Christophorus de 1 797 
Priscianus 1580, 1809, 2378 
Priscianus, Pseudo- 1516, 1686, 

2123,2331,2332,2471 
Priscianus Lydus 2648, 2649, 

2650,2651,2652,2653 
Proba Falconia 1482, 1484, 1640 
Proclus Diadochus 2532, 2648, 

2649, 2650, 2651, 2652, 2653, 

2678, 2679, 2680, 3022 
Propertius, Sextus 2289, 2290, 

2291, 2512, 2584, 2585, 3040, 

3500,3501,3538 
Prosper Aquitanus 1817, 1818, 

3037,3070 
Psellus, Michael 2532, 2648, 2649, 

2650,2651,2652,2653 
Ptolemaeus, Pseudo- 1821, 2306, 

2307, 2308 
Pulci, Bernardo 2864 
Purbachius, Georgius see Peurba- 

chius, Georgius 
Pusterla, Ludovicus 1861 
Puteolanus, Franciscus 2456, 2457, 

3063,3064,3067 
Pythagoras, Pseudo- 2627, 2628, 

2635, 2648, 2649,2650, 2651, 

2652, 2653 

Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius 3817 



Rabanus Maurus 806 
Ramusius, Paulus 3376, 3377, 3378 
Rath, Martin see Roth, Martin 
Recasolanus, Bindaccius 2890 
Recomadoris, Simon 3697 
Refrigeriis, Johannes Baptista de 

3173,3174 
Reger, Johann 921, 922, 923, 1491 
Regimen sanitatis 538 
Regiomontanus, Johannes 1808, 

1833,2203,2283,2284 
Regius, Ludovicus 2470 
Regius, Raphael 1960, 2104, 2145, 

2298, 2300, 2301, 2302, 2513, 

2528 
Reiser, Friedrich 647 
Restegonibus, Augustinus de 2309 
Rhamnusius, Hieronymus 2271, 

2321,2731 
Rhazes, Muhammad 2038, 2038A, 

2041, 2042, 2532, 3199, 3200, 

3451,3458,3785,3786 
Richardus de Ferebrich 2309 
Ringoltingen, Thuring von 192 
Rinucius Aretinus 447, 568, (658b), 

2481, 2547, 2718, 2989, 3048, 

3283, 3549 
Rinutinus, Alamanus 3399 
Ripa, Lucas 2774, 2775 
Ripis, Johannes de S-3194A 
Robertus Anglicus 2361 
Robertus de Euremodio 557, 1 161, 

3816 
Robertus [Grosseteste] Linconiensis 

2288,3671 
Robiatinus, Calliphilus Bernardinus 

3078, 3088 
Rochechouart, Louis de 3697 
Rodericus Zamorensis 3920 
Rogerius 2350, 2729 
Rolandellus, Franciscus 2455, 2736, 

3362 



284 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Rolandus 2350, 2729 
Romagnisius, Johannes 3258 
Romanis, Humbertus de 2593 
Romanus, Bassus S-1619B 
Romerus, Blasius 3271, 33 1 1 
Romulus 568 

Rosellis, Johannes Baptista de 2575 
Rosenbach, Johann 815 
Roth, Martin 579 
Rotingo, Philippus de 2591 
Rufinus Antiochensis 1516, 1686, 

2123,2331,2332,2471 
Rufinus Aquileiensis 98, 304, 527, 

2207, 2208, 2595, 2596, 3341, 

3342, 3373, 3374 
Rufus, Sextus, Pseudo- 69, 1299, 

1319 
Ruscher, Thomas 648 
Ruscius, Laurentius 2779 
Rusticus, Petrus Antonius 3475 

Sabellicus, Marcus Antonius 1933, 

2221, 2224, 2262, 2263, 2268, 

2421, 2453, 2454, 2521, 2597, 

2618, 2624A, 3122 
Sabinus, Angelus 1311, 1312 
Sagundinus, Nicolaus 1464, 1465 
Saladinus de Asculo 203 1 
Salandus, Johannes 2615, 3163, 

3164,3165 
Saliceto, Bartholomaeus de 2470, 

3750 
Salicetus, Guillelmus 3852 
Salius, Hieronymus 2289, 2290, 

2291,2584,2585 
Salius, Venerius 1961 
Salviatus, Robertus 2903 
Salvini, Sebastiano 2850 
Samuel ben Judah ibn Tibbon Heb- 

1 
Samuel Cassinensis 2141 
Samuel Maroccanus, Rabbi 3340 



Sancto Blasio, Baptista de 2209 
Sancto Geminiano, Dominicus de S- 

1229A 
Sancto Theodorico, Guillelmus de 

3150,3151 
Sandeus, Alexander 3179 
Santritter, Johannes Lucilius 1798, 

1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1817, 

1818, 1819, 1820, 1825, 1908, 

2231, 2232, 2237, 2238, 2239, 

2741,2742 
Sapientes Graeciae 2635, 2636, 

2637 
Saracenus, Bernardinus 2536, 2537 
Sartius, Alexander 2666, 2667, 

2668, 2669, 2670 
Savonarola, Hieronymus 2593 
Saxettus, Franciscus 2846, 2847, 

2848 
Saxoguidanus, Bernardinus 2400, 

2401,2559 
Scala, Bartholomaeus 2373, 2374 
Scaramucinus, Marcus 3398 
Scherrer, Johann 149 
Schmalz, Petrus 292 
Schott, Peter 164, 165, 812, 813, 

872 
Scledeus, Ludovicus 801 
Scotius, Johannes Antonius 2728 
Scultetus, Johannes 291 
Scutarius, Eusebius 31 19, 3120 
Scyllatius, Nicolaus 3456 
Scytha, Johannes Baptista 2685, 

2686 
Securanus, Antonius 3368 
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, Pseudo- 

2371, 2376, 2377, 3311, 3644, 

3645, 3986 
Sententiae monostichi ex variis 

poetis 2635, 2636, 2637 
Sentinus, Jacobus 1810, 1811, 1812, 

1813, 1819, 1820, 1825, 1908 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



285 



Septem Sapientes Graeciae see Sapi- 

entes Graeciae 
Septimius, Lucius 3534 
Serapion, Johannes, the Younger 

2341 
Serazonibus, Nicolaus de 3 1 14 
Serenus Samonicus, Quintus 1847, 

1848, 1849 
Sergius 1580, 2378 
Sermoneta, Alexander 1861, 2309 
Servius, Oliverius 1392 
Servius Maurus, Honoratus 722, 

723, 1580, 1648, 1722, 2124, 

2378,3313,3734 
Severinus, Fuscus 3276 
Sherwood, John 3670 
Sibylla Erithraea 2635, 2636, 2637 
Sicilia, Gaspar de 1840 
Sicilia, Johannes Antonius de 1 840 
Sigismundus, Emperor 652, 1039, 

S-228A 
Signa electorum vel damnatorum 

1046 
Silvaticus, Matthaeus 3333, 3334 
Silvester, Dominicus 1528, 1529, 

1530,1531,2317 
Simon a Cordo see Simon Genuensis 
Simon Genuensis 1557, 1755, 2031, 

2143, 2341, 2343, 3050, 3454 
Simon Januensis see Simon Genu- 
ensis 
Simon de Lendenaria 2311 
Simon de Ulmo 3775 
Simon de Ungaria S-3194A 
Sixtus IV, Pope 258, 712, 2135, 

2136,2137,2363 
Smet, Andries de 3945 
Soldanus, Johannes 483, 3894 
Soldus, Johannes Chrysostomus 

2383, 2399, 3430 
Solomon ben Isaac Heb-34 
Solomon ben Perez Bonfoi Zerfati 



Heb-7 
Soncinas, Benedictus 1986, 1987 
Soncinas, Paulus see Paulus Soncinas 
Sophocleius 2964, 2965 
Soto, Alfonsus de 1332 
Spangel, Pallas 275 
Spartianus, Aelius 3038, 3039 
Speculum animae peccatricis 3920 
Speculum mundi [German] 539 
Speusippus 2648, 2649, 2650, 2651, 

2652, 2653 
Squarzaficus, Hieronymus 1 620, 

1643A, 1697, 1698, 1774, 1775, 

1776, 1778, 1903, 2176, 2177, 

2178, 2207, 2208, 2261, 2478, 

2602,2735,3086,3128,3129 
Statius, Publius Papinius 3040, 

3500, 3501 
Statuta provincialia Moguntinensia 

1063 
Steinbach, Wendelin 1096, 1097, 

1098, 1099 
Steinhowel, Heinrich 525, 538, 549, 

885 
Stephanus Antiochenus 2187 
Stephanus, Bertrandus 3609 
Stoll, Johannes 840 
Stoutenburch, Ghisbertus 1741 
Strazarolus, Aloisius 3328 
Suetonius Tranquillus, Caius 1639, 

2615,3038,3039 
Suigus, Jacobinus 1959, 3584 
Sulpitius Verulanus, Johannes 

1442, 1443, 1444, 1445, 1446, 

1449, 1464, 1465, 2159, 2509, 

2510, 2511, 2533, 2534, 2610, 

3153,3215 
Summaripa, Georgius 3307 
Summenhart, Conradus 1 084 
Surgant, Johann Ulrich 1223 
Surianus, Hieronymus 1972, 1973, 

2326, 2704, 2708 



286 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Syber, Nicolaus 692 

Synesius Cyrenensis 2648, 2649, 

2650,2651,2652,2653 
Syn then, Johannes 203 

Taberius, Johannes 2509, 2510, 

2511, 2533, 2534, 2700, 3153, 

3836 
Taccone, Baldassarre 3142 
Tacitus, C. Cornelius 1742, 1903, 

3064,3171 
Tancredus, Angelus 801 
Tartagnis, Alexander de 1586, 

1893, 1894, 1926, 2078A, 3169, 

3759A 
Tebaldeus, Antonius 3 179 
Tellucius, Nicolaus 2330 
Teofilo Romano 2226 
Tersagus, Ambrosius 2111 
Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius 

Florens 2314, 2315 
Terzagus, Johannes Antonius 2344 
Thaddaeus Florentinus 3185 
Theodoricus episcopus Cerviensis 

2350, 2729 
Theodulus, Pseudo- 3764 
Theognis 2635, 2636, 2637 
Theon 2678, 2679, 2680, 2964, 

2965 
Theophilus Brixianus 2518, 3415 
Theophilus Gremonensis 2504 
Theophrastus 2643, 2643 A, 2644, 

2644A 
Theophrastus, Pseudo- 2644, 2644A 
Thienis, Gaietanus de 1980 
Thiletanus, Bibacius 3727 
Thomas Aquinas 195, 358, 361, 

456, 504, 893, 958, 959, 960, 966, 

1213, 1459, 2274, 2504, 2595, 

2596,2779,2791,3170 
Thomas Aquinas, Pseudo- 205, 206, 

207, 373, 442, 457, 468, 671, 672, 



696, 705, 746, 958, 959, 960, 
1074, 1150, 1482, 1484, 1974, 
1975, 2034, 2035, 2275, 2276, 
3737, 3739, 3777, 3779, 3780, 
3817, 3820, 3823, 3842, 3926 
Thomas Atrebatensis 3805 
Thomas Cantipratensis 544 
Thomas de Sancto Germano 1789 
Tibullus, Albius 3500, 3501 
Timaeus Locrus, Pseudo- 2532 
Tinctoris, Nicolaus 764 
Tiphernas, Angelus 1424, 1458 
Tiphernas, Gregorius see Gregorius 

Tiphernas 
Titulus de restitutionibus 288 
Todeschini-Piccolomini, Agostino 

1459 
Tolentino, Johannes Baptista de 

2333 
Tollentinus, Johannes 3474 
Tornieli, Hieronymus 1959, 2129, 

2134,2362,3584 
Torniellus, Hieronymus see Torni- 
eli, Hieronymus 
Tornius, Bernardus 2311 
Torre, bachiller [i.e., Alfonso?] de la 

3963 
Totani, Guillelmus 1237 
Tractatus de accentu see Accentus 
Tractatus de quadratura circuli 

3620 
Tractatus notariatus 80 
Tractatus praesumptionum 80 
Traktat von den Tiircken 577 
Trapezuntius, Georgius see Geor- 

gius Trapezuntius 
Traversarius, Ambrosius 1455, 
1575, 1576, 1577, 2154, 2155, 
2285, 2286, 2461, 2462, 2463, 
2863, 3182, 3406, 3672, 3913 
Trecius, Petrus see Albignanus, Pet- 
rus, Trecius 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



287 



Trevisa, John 3994 

Trivet, Nicolaus 50, 1166, 1171, 

2277, 2278, 2279, 2280, 3844 
Trombetta, Antonius 1641 
Tundalus 539 

Tuppo, Francesco del 2481, 3283 
Tura de Castello 2350, 2729 
Turianus, Hieronymus 2810 
Turrecremata, Johannes de 763, 

948, 1037,2595,2596,3865 
Tuscanus, Johannes Aloisius 1211, 

1330, 1331, 1345, 1353, 1354, 

1639, 1781, 2515, 3304, 3494, 

3496 
Tuscus, Vincentius 2346 
Tussignano, Petrus de see Petrus de 

Tussignano 

Ubaldinus, Octavianus 1168 
Ubaldis, Angelus de 1586, 1893, 

1926,3750,3852 
Ubaldis, Baldusde 103, 1330, 1331, 

1527, 1963,2122,3716,3852 
Ubertus, Franciscus 2 1 08 
Ugerius, Angelus 3436 
Ugerius, Bartholomaeus 2521, 

2522, 3226, 3227, 3229, 3230, 

3259, 3543, 3544, 3545, 3546, 

3547, 3548 
Ugoletus, Thaddaeus 2163, 2400, 

2401,2559,3364,3368 
Ulmeus, Paulus, Bergomensis 3751 
Ulsenius, Theodoricus 481, 482, 

(658b), 815, 832, 833 
Unzola, Petrus de 2816 
Uranius, Johannes Baptista 3299 
Urbanus Bellunensis 2638, 2639, 

2640 
Urceus Codrus, Antonius 3229, 

3230, 3543, 3544, 3545, 3546, 

3547,3548 
Ursus, Robertus 2108, 2190, 2487, 

3065,3117 



Utino, Leonardus de see Leonardus 
de Utino 

Vadius, Angelus 3490, 3491 
Valascus de Tarenta 1369, 2828, 

3076,3333,3334 
Valens, Thaddaeus 2309 
Valenda, Ludovicus 1459, 2732 
Valesius, Johannes 1426 
Valgulius, Carolus 3437 
Valla, Georgius 755, 1845, 1846, 

1847, 1848, 1849, 1850, 2414, 

2447, 2523, 2529, 2532, 2549, 

2556,3519,3671 
Valla, Johannes Petrus 2532, 2536, 

2537 
Valla, Laurentius 1359, 1645, 1646, 

1991, 1992, 1993, 2159, 2160, 

2161, 2162, 2383, 2399, 2404, 

2405, 2406, 2550, 2560, 2579, 

3322, 3323, 3324, 3392, 3430, 

3895 
Valle, Nicolaus de 1293, 2625, 2626 
Varro, Marcus Terentius 1571, 

2455, 2486, 2736, 3167, 3229, 

3230, 3537, 3543, 3544, 3545, 

3546, 3547, 3548 
Vegetius Renatus, Flavius 1464, 

1465 
Vegius, Maphaeus 722, 723, 1648, 

1722,2124,3734 
Venantius Fortunatus 1289, 1290, 

1311, 1312, 1532, 1707, 1708, 

1745, 2314, 2315, 2410, 2411, 

2524, 2525, 2546 
Vergilius Maro, Publius 2869 
Verlus, Antonius 3510 
Vernias, Nicolettus 1880, 1881, 

1995, 2079, 2287, 2288, 2715, 

3461 
Veronensis, Guarinus see Guarinus 

Veronensis 
Verulanus, Johannes Sulpitius 2382 



288 



INDEX OF EDITORS AND TRANSLATORS 



Vespuccius, Georgius Antonius 

2373, 2374 
Vicente de Burgos 3845, 3846 
Victor, Sextus Aurelius, Pseudo- 

2590 
Victorinus, C. Marius 1962, 3828 
Victorinus, M. Fabius 1915 
Vieira, Nicolau 3987 
Vignay, Jean de 3993 
Vincentinus, Daniel 2501 
Vinzalius, Johannes 3135, 3136, 

3815 
Violi, Lorenzo see Vivoli, Lorenzo 
Virsen, Hermannus de 2024, 2318 
Visdominus, Antonius Maria 3222, 

3223,3224 
Vitalibus, Jacobus de 2336, 2336A 
Vitalis, Antonius 2187 
Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus 2529 
Vivoli, Lorenzo 2927, 2945, 2946, 

2947, 2986, 3020, 3030 
Vizinho, Jose 3988 
Volscus, Antonius 2252, 2580 
Vopiscus, Flavius 3038, 3039 
Vulpe, Gregorius a 2295, 2296, 

2446 
Vulpes, Aeneas 1785, 1786, 2623, 

3493 
Walafridus Strabo 2359 



Waldauf, Florian 763 
Waleys, Thomas 50, 205, 206, 207, 
373, 442, 457, 468, 671, 672, 696, 
705, 746, 1 074, 1 1 66, 1 1 7 1 , 2275, 
2276, 2277, 2278, 2279, 2280, 
2347, 2348, 2713, 2714, 3737, 
3739, 3777, 3779, 3780, 3817, 
3820,3823,3842,3926 
Wann, Paulus 1078, 1083 
Wimpheling, Jacobus 45, 292, 1259 
Winterlinger, Friedrich 647 
Wyle, Niclas von 545, 567, 602 

Xenophon 2968 

Zahel 2306, 2307, 2308 

Zane, Paulus 2583 

Zanetis, Johannes Antonius de 

2484A, 3404 
Zanis, Troilus de 2166 
Zazius, Ulrichl79, 1257 
Zehn Gebote 538 
Zerfati, Solomon ben Perez Bonfoi 

see Solomon ben Perez Bonfoi 

Zerfati 
Zovenzonius, Raphael 1522, 1528, 

1529, 1530, 1531, 1536, 1622, S- 

1619B 
Zucco, Accio 2480, 2482 



Printers and Places 



[Presses known by the title of a book are arranged in alphabetical order 
under 'Printer of . . . '] 



Abbeville 




3863 


Accursius, Bonus 


Milan 


3104-05; 
S-3105A 


Achates, Leonardus 


Padua 


2803-04 


— 


Sant'Orso 


3480 


— 


Vicenza 


3484-89; 
S-3487 


Alcala 




(3985a) 


Alopa, Lorenzo de (alone) 


Florence 


2960-68 


— (with Antonio Tubini and Andrea Ghirlandi) 


Florence 


3029-33 


Alost 




3912-13 


Altis, Petrus in, de Olpe see 






Petrus, in Altis, de Olpe 






Alvise, Alberto 


Verona 


3371-72 


Alvise, Giovanni 


Verona 


3371-72 


Alvisius, Johannes 


Venice 


2721-22 


Amber gau, Adam de 


Venice 


1601 


Amerbach, Johann 


Basel 


1154-99; 
S-1229A 


Amoros, Carles 


Barcelona 


(3956a-b) 


Andreae, Johannes 


Haarlem 


3908 



290 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Angelo see Firenze, Angelo di 

Anima Mia, Guillelmus 

Antiquarius, Felix 

Antwerp 

Apud Sanctum Jacobum de Ripoli 

Apud Sanctum Marcum (Vitus Puecher) 

Aquila, Laurentius de 

Argentina, Florentius de 

Arndes, Steffen 

Arnoldus, Christophorus 

Arrivabenus, Georgius 

Attendorn, Peter 

Au Soufflet Vert 

Augsburg 

Aurl, Leonhardus 
Azoguidus, Balthasar 

Bac, Govaert 

Bamler,Johann 

Baligault, Felix 

Balsarin, Guillaume 

Bamberg 

Barcelona 

Bartholomaeus von Unkel see 

Unkel, Bartholomaeus von 
Bartolommeo da Bologna (Miscomini), 

Antonio di (First press) 
Basel 



Battibovis, Antonius 
Bazaleriis, Bazalerius de 

Bazaleriis, Caligula de 
Belfortis, Andreas 
Belot, Jean 

Benalius, Bernardinus 
Benalius, Vincentius 
Benedictis, Franciscus (Plato) de 
Benedictis, Johannes Antonius de 
Benedictis, Johannes Jacobus de 



Venice 


2193-2204 


Pojano 


3533 




3932-46 


Florence 


2837-42 


Rome 


1360-65 


Venice 


1720 


Venice 


1625-28 


Liibeck 


952-53 


Venice 


1629-33 


Venice 


2121-41 


Strassburg 


292-94 


Paris 


3596-97 




493-659; 




S-567A-643A 


Venice 


1634-35 


Bologna 


3170-72 


Antwerp 


3942 


Augsburg 


536-49 


Paris 


3690-3700 


Lyons 


3771-76 




311-15 




3948-3956 



Venice 



1721-23 

1104-1264; 

S-1107A- 

1229A 

2190-91 

3193-94 



Venice 

Bologna 

Reggio Emilia 3551 

Bologna 

Ferrara 

Geneva 

Venice 

Venice 

Bologna 

Bologna 

Forli 



3221-25 

2763-75 

3850-51 

2082-2119 

2545-46 

3196-3215 

3262-63 

3587 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



291 



Benedictis, Nicolaus de 
— et socii 

Benedictis, Vincentius et fratres 

Benjamin 

Bergamo, Bernardinus de 

Berger, Peter 

Bergmann, Johann, de Olpe 

Beromiinster 

Bertochus, Dionysius 



Bertochus, Doninus 
Bertochus, Vincentius 
Besicken, Johann (First press) 

— (Second press) 
Bevilaqua, Simon (First press) 

— (Second press) 
Biel, Friedrich 

Bissolus, Johannes (First press) 

— (Second press) 
Blanco, Juan 
Blaubeuren 
Blaubirer, Johann 

Blavis, Thomas de (First press) 

— (Second press) 
Bocard, Andre 
Bottiger, Gregorius 
Bologna 

Bonaccorsi, Francesco 
Bonellis, Manfredus de 
Bonetis, Andreas de 
Bonhomme, Jean 
Boninis, Boninus de 

Bonus, Johannes 

Boscho, Johannes Andreas de 



Turin 3519 

Venice 1958 

Lyons 3826-28 

Bologna 3261 

Rome Heb-1 

Cagli 3530 

Augsburg 643; S-643A 

Basel 1253-64 

1265-66 

Bologna 3220 

Modena 3526-29 
Reggio Emilia 3456-50 

Treviso S-3329A 

Venice 2435A-39; 

S-2438 

Vicenza 3513 

Bologna S-3176 

Mantua 3343-44 

Basel 1200 

Rome 1497-1508 

Vicenza 3514-15 

Venice 2508-44 

Burgos 3979-82 

Venice 2737-40 

Milan 3163-65 

Zaragoza 3961-62 

954-55 

Augsburg 589 

Venice 1735-36 

Venice 1903-12 

Paris 3682A-87 

Leipzig 1038-43 

3170-3263; 

S-3176-94A 

Florence 2969-86 

Venice 2480-84 

Venice 2058-67 

Paris 3594-95 

Brescia 3396-3404 

Verona 3375-82 

Milan 3082-84 

Pavia 3473-75 



292 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Bossi, Battista di 
Bouyer, Jean 
Braccius, Gabriel 
Brandis, Lucas 
Brandis, Marcus 
Brandis, Matthias 
Brandis, Moritz 
Breda, Jacobus de 

(Second press) 
Brescia 



Britannicus, Angelus 
Britannicus, Jacobus 

(with Dalmatinus) 
— (with Angelus) 



Brocar, Arnaldo Guillen de 

Briider von gemeinsamen Leben see 

Fratres Vitae communis 
Brunn 
Bruges 

Bruschis, Bartholomaeus de 
Brussels 

Bruxella, Arnaldus de 
Bulle, Johannes 
Bungart, Hermann 
Burgdorf 
Burgos 

Burgos, Juan de 
Butricis, Maximus de 
Butzbach, Paulus de 

Cagli 

Caillaut, Antoine 
Calabrensis, Andreas 
Callierges, Zacharias 
Canibus, Christophorus de 
Canonici Regulares 
Canozius, Laurentius 



Venice 


2506-07 


Poitiers 


3854 


Venice 


2737-40 


Lubeck 


942-45 


Leipzig 


1004-05 


Lubeck 


949 


Leipzig 


1034-36 


Deventer 


3895-3901 




3391-3439; 




Heb-29; 




S-3408A-35A 


Venice 


2484A 


Venice 


2068 


Venice 


2484A 


Brescia 


3405-25; 




S-3408A 


Pamplona 




[i.e.,Alcala] 


(3985a) 




1280 




3913A 


Reggio Emilia 3537 




3931 


Naples 


3266 


Rome 


1380-81 


Cologne 


S-473A 




1267 




3979-83 


Burgos 


3983 


Venice 


2477-79 


Mantua 


3335A-39 




3530 


Paris 


3611-15 


Venice 


2164-70 


Venice 


2743-50 


Pavia 


3461-62 



Schoonhoven 3909-10 
Padua 2788-91 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



293 



Cantono, Ayolfus de 
Capcasa, Giovanni 
Capcasa, Matteo 
Caponago, Ambrosius de 
Carcain, J anon 
Carcano, Antonius de 
Carlo, Bartholomaeus de 
Carlo, Jacopo di 
Carnerius, Augustinus 
Casal Maggiore 
Castaldi, Pamfilo 
Caxton, William 
Celerius, Bernardinus 
(Second press) 

— (Third press) 

— (Fourth press) 

Cenninus, Bernardus and Dominicus 

Cennis, Laurentius de (?) 

Centenera, Antonio de 

Cerdonis, Matthaeus 

Cereto, Guillelmus de see Anima Mia, 

Cetinje 

Chappiel, Antoine 

Chaussard, Barnabe 

Chelmno (?) 

Chivasso 

Choris, Bernardinus de 

Cividale 

Clein, Johannes 

Colle di Valdelsa 

Cologne 

Colonia, Arnoldus de 
Colonia, Bernardus de 
Colonia, Henricus de 



Colonia, Johannes de 
Comitibus, Federicus de 

Compagnia del Drago see Societas Colubris 
Compafieros alemanes 



Naples 


3285 


Venice 


2434-35 


Venice 


2419-33 


Milan 


3162 


Lyons 


3769-70 


Pavia 


3440-52 


Brescia 


3394 


Florence 


2987-88 


Ferrara 


2776 




Heb-17 


Milan 


3036 


Westminster 


3989-92 


Padua 


S-2814A 


Treviso 


3316-18 


Venice 


1859-61 


Florence 


2832 


Pisa 


3554 


Zamora 


3978 


Padua 


2815-29 


Guillelmus 






4022 


Paris 


3736 


Lyons 


3819-22 




S-1269A 




3584 


Venice 


2369-77 




3553 


Lyons 


(3838a) 




3535 




316-492; 




S-345A-473A 


Leipzig 


1037 


Treviso 


3310-11 


Bologna 


3186-88 


Brescia 


3392 


Siena 


3556-59 


Venice 


1668-1719 


Venice 


1619A; 




S-1619B 


lubris 

Seville 


3964-66 



294 



PRINTERS AND PLAGES 



Conat, Abraham ben Solomon 

Confalonerius, Bartholomaeus 

Corallus, Stephanus 

Cordoba, Alfonso Fernandez de 

Coria 

Corneno, Petrus de 

Crantz, Martin 

Cremona 

Cremonensis, Bartholomaeus 

Creussner, Friedrich 

Croquet, Jean 

Cruse, Louis 

Cuzi, Meshullam and sons 



Mantua 


Heb-4-6 


Treviso 


3312-15 


Parma 


3350-55 


Valencia 


3958 




3985A 


Milan 


3110 


Paris 


3589-93 




3386-90 


Venice 


1635A-39 


Nuremberg 


765-87; 




S-781-83A 


Geneva 


3849 


Geneva 


3848 



Piove di Sacco Heb-3 



D. S. see Siliprandus, Dominicus 

Dalmatinus, Gregorius 

Darleriis, Carolus de 

Delft 

Denidel, Antoine 

Desprez, Nicolas 

Deventer 

Dinckmut, Conrad 

Dino, Francesco di 

Dionysius Bononiensis see Bertochus, Dionysius 
Dorpe, Rolant van den 
Dortas see Ortas, d' 
Drach, Peter 

Dupre, Jean 

Du Pre, Jean 

Durantis, Hieronymus de 

Dusa, Jacobus de 

Eggestein, Heinrich 
Eichstatt 

Emericus, Johannes 
Erfurt 
Esslingen 



Venice 


2068 


Cremona 


3388-90 




3870 


Paris 


3714-18 


Paris 


(3736a) 




3876-3901 


Ulm 


915-18 


Florence 


2859-62 


Naples 


3279 


Antwerp 


3944-45 


Speyer 


836-66; 




S-837A-66A 


Abbeville 


3863 


Paris 


3603-05 


Lyons 


3777-80 


Padua 


2830-31 


Vicenza 


3512 


Strassburg 


83-103; S-96A 




1063 


Venice 


2591-96 




974 




928-40 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



295 



Fabri, Johannes 
Faelli, Benedictus Hectoris 
Faelli, Danesius Hectoris 
Fano, Robertus de 
Farfengus, Baptista 
Fernandes, Valentim 
Ferrandus, Thomas 
Ferrara 

Ferraria, Paulus de 

Ferrariensis, Severinus 

Ferrariis, Nicolaus de 

Firenze, Angelo di 

Fischer, Kilian see Piscator, Kilianus 

Fivizano, Jacobus de 

(Second press) 
Flach, Martin, of Basel 
Flach, Martin, of Kuttolsheim 
Florence 

Foligno 
Forli 

Fradin, Francois 
Francisci, Antonius 

Frankfordia, Nicolaus de 
Fratres Ord. Erem. S. Augustini 
Fratres Vitae communis 

Freiburg im Breisgau 

Freitag, Andreas 
Friburger, Michael 
Fridenperger, Paulus 
Friedberg, Peter von 
Froben,Johann 

Frommolt, Eberhard 
Froschauer, Johann 
Furter, Michael 
Fust, Johann, with 
Peter Schoffer 



Turin 


3516-18 


Bologna 


3226-53 


Bologna 


3256-57 


Cagli 


3530 


Brescia 


3426-29 


Lisbon 


3987-(87a) 


Brescia 


3391 




2763-87; 




S-2786A 


Treviso 


3328-29 


Ferrara 


2777 


Venice 


2485-86 


Pisa 


3554 


Venice 


1724 


Basel 


1145-53 


Strassburg 


270-91 




2832-(3035e); 




S-2906-89A 




2762 




3587 


Lyons 


3836 


Florence 


2989;S-2989A 


Venice 


1959 


Nuremberg 


792 


Marienthal 


941 


Brussels 


3931 




1087-95; 




S-1094A 


Rome 


1492-95 


Paris 


3589-93 


Verona 


3383-84 


Mainz 


42-48 


Basel 


1224-29; 




S-1229A 


Vienne 


3852-53 


Augsburg 


648-58 


Basel 


1238-52 



Mainz 



296 

Fyner, Conrad 



Gallicus, Statius 

Gallus, Bonus 

Garaldis, Bernardinus de 

Garaldis, Michael de 

Geneva 

Genoa 

Gensberg, Johannes 

Gente, Gregorius de 

Genuensis, Benedictus 

Gerard, Pierre 

Gering, Ulrich 

Gerla, Leonardus 
Germany (Unknown towns) 
Ghent 

Ghirlandi, Andrea 
Ghotan, Bartholomaeus 
Girardengus, Franciscus 

Girardengus, Nicolaus 
(First press) 

— (Second press) 
Goes, Mathias van der 
Gotz, Nicolaus 
Golsch, Bartholomaeus 
Gouda 

Gran, Heinrich 

Grassis, Gabriel de 
(First press) 

— (Second press) 
Gregoriis, Gregorius de 
Gregoriis, Johannes de 
Greyff, Michael 
Griininger, Johann (Reinhard) 
Guarinus, Paulus 
Guaschis, Franciscus de 
Guerinus, Juvenis 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Esslingen 


928-40 


Urach 


992-94; 




S-991A 


Brescia 


3392 


Colle di Valdelsa 3535 


Pavia 


3473-75 


Pavia 


3473-75 




3848-51 




3330 


Rome 


1345-48 


Pisa 


3555 


Venice 


1854A 


Abbeville 


3863 


Paris 


3589-93, 




3598-3602 


Pavia 


3463-65 




1-2; 1101-03 




3947 


Florence 


3029-33 


Liibeck 


947-48 


Pavia 


3455-58; 




S-3457A 


Venice 


1780 


Pavia 


3459-60 


Antwerp 


3932-33 


Cologne 


404 


Rome 


1350 




3871-75 


Hagenau 


1073-85; 




S-1080A 


Venice 


1956-57 


Pavia 


3467-68 


Venice 


1960-2042 


Venice 


1960-2042 


Reudingen 


962-67 


Strassburg 


160-91 


Fori! 


3587 


Pavia 


3476-77 


Venice 


1746-48 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



297 



Guldenschaff, Johann 
Guldinbeck, Bartholomaeus 

Gumiel, Diego de 

Gunzenhauser, Joseph ben Jacob 
Ashkenazi 

Gusago, Antonius de 

Gutenberg, Johann see 
Printer of the 42-line Bible 
Printer of the Catholicon 



Cologne 
Rome 

Barcelona 

Naples 
Venice 



415-20 

1365A-76; 

S-1373B 

(3956b) 

Heb-18-20 

2733-36 



Haarlem 








3908 


Hagenau 








1073-85; 
S-1080A 


Hagenbach, Petrus 






Toledo 
Valencia 


3984-85 
3959-60 


Hamann, Johannes 






Venice 


2230-50 


Han, Ulrich 






Rome 


1298-131 


Harlem, Gerardus de 






Florence 


3027-28 


Harlem, Henricus de 






Bologna 
Siena 


3216-19 
3560-78 


Hectoris, Benedictus see Faelli, Benedictus Hectoris 




Hectoris, Danesius see 


Faelli, Danesius Hectoris 






Heidegker, Johann see 


Blaubirer, 


, Johann 






Heidelberg 








1064-70; 



Heidelberg 




1064-70 

1103; 

S-1068A 


Heliae, Helias 


Beromunster 1265-66 


Herbipolensis, Theodorus 


Venice 


1798 


Herbort, Johannes (First press) 


Padua 


2813 


— (Second press) 


Venice 


1862-71 


Heremberck, Jacques 


Lyons 


3781-82 


Herolt, Georgius 


Rome 


1479-80 


Heyny, Christmann 


Augsburg 


613 


Higman, Johannes 


Paris 


3663-72 


Hist, Conrad 


Speyer 


870-76; 
S-876A 


— with Johann Hist 


Speyer 


867-69 


see also Printers of Lindelbach 






Hochfeder, Caspar 


Metz 


1062 


— 


Nuremberg 


820-31; 
S-819A 



298 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Hohenstein, Jodocus 
Hohenwang, Ludwig 
Holle, Lienhart 
Honate, Beninus de 
Honate, Johannes Antonius de 
(First press) 

— (Second press) 
Hopyl, Wolfgang 
Huber, Ambrosius 
HupfufF, Matthias 
Hurus, Johann 
Hums, Paulus 

Husner, Georg (First press) 

— (Second press) 

see also Printer of Casus breves Decretalium 
Huss, Martinus 
Huss, Mathias 
Hutz, Leonardus 

Hyrberia, Balthasar de 

In domo Antonii et Raphaelis 
de Vulterris 

In domo Francisci de Cinquinis 

Ingolstadt 

Italy (not assignable to any town) 



Jehannot, Etienne 
Jenson, Nicolaus 

Kachelofen, Conrad 

Kachelofen, Johann 
Kastlin, Hermann 
Kamp, Johann 
Keller, Ambrosius 
Keller, Johann 
Kerver, Thielman 
Kesler, Nicolaus 
Ketelaer, Nicolaus 



Naples 


3276-77 


Augsburg 


588 


Ulm 


919-20 


Milan 


3091-96 


Milan 


3091-96 


Pavia 


3469 


Paris 


3663-72 


Nuremberg 


832-33 


Strassburg 


308-09 


Zaragoza 


3963 


Zaragoza 


3961-62 


Strassburg 


120-28 


Strassburg 


302-04 


Lyons 


3750 


Lyons 


3762-68 


Salamanca 


3977 


Valencia 


3959-60 


Bologna 


3195;S-3194A 


Rome 


1341-43; 




S-1342A 


Rome 


1378-79 




1072 




S-3588A; 




Heb-30 


Paris 


3708-13 


Venice 


1548-97 


Leipzig 


1006-19; 




S-1018A 


Ingolstadt 


1072 


Augsburg 


593-94 


Prague 


1270-71 


Augsburg 


591-92 


Augsburg 


590 


Paris 


3723-35 


Basel 


1203-23 


Utrecht 


3864-67 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



299 



Keysere, Arend de 
Kirchheim in Elsass 

Kistler, Bartholomaeus 
Knoblochtzer, Heinrich 



Koberger, Anton 

Koblinger, Stephan 

Koch, Simon 

KolhofF, Johann, the Elder 

Kolhoff, Johann, the Younger 
Kollicker, Peter 
Kunne, Albrecht 



Kuttenberg 

Lambert, Jean 
Lambillon, Antonius 
Landen, Johannes 
Landsberg, Martin 
Lapicida, Franciscus 
Lapis, Dominicus de 
Lathomi, Perrinus 
Lauer, Georgius 
Lauingen 
Laurentii, Nicolaus 
Lavagnia, Philippus de 
Lavalle, Martinus de 
Lazaronibus, Martinus de 
Le Car on, Pierre 
Le Dru, Pierre 
Leempt, Gerardus de 
Leeu, Gerard 

Le Forestier, Jacques 
Leipzig 

Leiria 



Ghent 


3947 




1086 


Strassburg 
Heidelberg 


305 

1067-70; 

1103; 




S-1068A 


Strassburg 
Nuremberg 


129-38 

667-764; 

S-687A-748B 


Vicenza 


3503 


Magdeburg 
Cologne 


976-77 

367-90; 

S-369A 


Cologne 
Basel 


471-73 
1201-02 


Memmingen 


. 978-91; 
S-978A-80A 


Trent 


1268 




1281 


Paris 


3703 


Lyons 


3811-12 


Cologne 

Leipzig 

Venice 


474-76 

1020-33 

2626A 


Bologna 

Lyons 

Rome 


3185 
3823 
1327-34A 




877-78 


Florence 


2843-58 


Milan 


3037-48 


Pavia 


3466 


Venice 


2603 


Paris 


3673-74 


Paris 


3704-7 


Utrecht 


3864-67 


Antwerp 
Gouda 


3934-41 
3871-75 


Rouen 


3861-62 




1004-61; 




S-1018A 




3988,Heb-35 



300 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Le Noir, Michel 

Leoviler, Johannes 

Le Rouge, Pierre 

Le Roy, Guillaume 

Le Signerre, Guillaume 

Le Talleur, Guillaume 

Lettou, John 

Levet, Pierre 

Libri, Bartolommeo di 

Liechtenstein, Hermannus 
(First press) 

— (Second press) 

— (Fourth press) 
Liechtenstein, Petrus 
Lignamine, Johannes Philippus de 

(First press) 

— (Second press) 
Lila, Bartholomaeus de 
Lisa, Gerardus de (First press) 

— (Second press) 

— (Third press) 
Lisbon 

Locatellus, Bonetus 
Loslein, Peter 
(with Maler and Ratdolt) 

— (alone) 
London 

Longo, Giovanni Leonardo 
(First press) 

— (Third press) 
Lotter, Melchior 
Louvain 

Lucas, Dominici f. 
Liibeck 

Luere, Simon de 
Luna, Otinus de 
Luschner, Johann 



Paris 


3701-02 


Venice 


2192 


Paris 


3644-45 


Lyons 


3737-40 


Milan 


3161 


Rouen 


3855-58 


London 


4002-6 


Paris 


3637-43 


Florence 


2899-2959; 




S-2906 


Vicenza 


3490-97 


Treviso 


3308-09 


Venice 


2046-57 


Venice 


2741-42 


Rome 


1321-26; 




S-1321 


Rome 


1484-86 


Coria 


3985A 


Treviso 


3291-3301; 




S-3300A 


Venice 


1767-68 


Cividale 


3553 




3987-(87a), 




Heb-31-34 


Venice 


2269-2354 


Venice 


1725-34 


Venice 


2120 




4002-21 


Vicenza 


3498 


Trent 


1269 


Leipzig 


1044-47 




3914-30 


Venice 


1793-97 




942-53; 




S-945A 


Venice 


2723-32 


Venice 


2703-18 


Barcelona 


(3956b) 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



301 



Lyons 

Machlinia, William de 
Magdeburg 

Magniagus, Simon 
Maillet, Jacques 
Mainz 
Makarije 
Maler, Bernhard 

(with Ratdolt and Loslein) 
Malpiglius, Scipio 
Mancz, Conrad 
Mangius, Benedictus 

Manilio, Sebastiano 
Mansion, Colard 
Mantegatiis, Philippus de 
Manthen, Johannes 
Mantua 

Manutius, Aldus 
Manzolus, Michael 
Marchant, Guy 
Mareschal, Pierre 
Marienthal 
Martens, Thierry 

Martin, of Tischniowa 

Martineau, Louis 

Maufer, Petrus (First press) 

— (Second press) 

— et socii (Third press) 
Mayer, Henricus 
Mayr, Benedictus 
Mazalibus, Albertus de 
Mazalibus, Franciscus de 
Mediolano, Damianus de 

Meer, Johann Jacobszoon van der 
Memmingen 

Menasheh 



Montserrat 


3986 




3737-3839 


London 


4002-06 




975-77 


Milan 


3111-12 


Lyons 


3804-10 




3-48; 1103 


Cetinje 


4002 


Venice 


1725-34 


Bologna 


3173-74 


Blaubeuren 


954-55 


Venice 


2737-40 


Milan 


3163-65 


Venice 


2604 


Bruges 


3913A 


Milan 


3156-60 


Venice 


1668-1719 




3331-44; 




Heb-4-5 


Venice 


2627-92 


Treviso 


3302-07 


Paris 


3616-31 


Lyons 


3819-22 




941 


Most 


3912-13 


Antwerp 


3943 


Kuttenberg 


1281 


Paris 


3606-10 


Padua 


2806A-10 


Verona 


3373-74 


Venice 


1858 


Toulouse 


3843-47 


Passau 


995 


Reggio Emilia 3538 


Reggio Emilia 3540-45 


Venice 


2597-2602 


Delft 


3870 




978-91; 




S-978A-^80A 


Rome 


Heb-1 



302 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Mentelin, Johann 


Strassburg 


49-66 


Messina 




3534 


Metz 




1062 


Meydenbach, Johann 


Mainz 


34-41; 1103 


Michaelibus, Petrus Adam de 


Mantua 


3331-32 


Milan 




3036-3169; 
S-3105A-55A 


Minutianus, Alexander 


Milan 


3168 


Miquel, Pere 


Barcelona 


3953-55 


Misch, Friedrich 


Heidelberg 


1065-66 


Miscomini, Antonio di Bartolommeo 


Florence 


2863-98 


Misintis, Bernardinus de 


Brescia 


3430-39; 
S-3435A 


— 


Cremona 


3386-87 


Mittelhus, Georg 


Paris 


3657-62 


Modena 




3520-29 


Molner, Diederich see Theodoricus 






Monacho, Michael de 


Genoa 


3330 


Montenegro 




4022 


Montserrat 




3986 


Moravus, Mathias 


Genoa 


3330 


— 


Naples 


3270-75 


Morgiani, Lorenzo 


Florence 


2992-3021 


Morin, Martin 


Rouen 


3859-60 


Moyllis, Damianus de 


Parma 


3356-59 


Miiller, Johann (Regiomontanus) 


Nuremberg 


788-91 


Munich 




(1061c) 


N. T. S. P. 


Padua 


2814 


Naples 




3264-85; 
Heb-18-28 


Nerlius, Bernardus 


Florence 


2990-91 


Neumarkt, Arnold see Colonia, Arnoldus de 






Neumeister, Johann 


Foligno 


2762 


Nicolai, Johannes, de Bamberga 


Perugia 


3286-88 


Nicolai, Johannes, de Verona 


Verona 


3369-70 


Nordlingen, Johannes de 


Bologna 


3190-92 


Novimagio, Reynaldus de 


Venice 


1749-64A 


Nuremberg 




660-833; 
S687^(833b) 



Obadiah 



Rome 



Heb-1 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



303 



Obadiah ben Moses 

Ortas, Abraham ben Samuel d' 

Ortas, Samuel d' and sons 

Os, Peter van 

Otmar, Johann 

Oxford 

P.,N.T. S.seeN. T. S. P. 
Pachel, Leonardus 

Padua 

Pafraet, Richardus (First press) 

— (Second press) 
Paganinis, Hieronymus de 
Paganinis, Jacobus de 
Paganinis, Paganinus de 
Palmart, Lambertus 
Paltasichis, Andreas de 

(First press) 

— (Second press) 
Pamplona [i.e., Alcala] 
Pannartz, Arnoldus 

(with Sweynheym) 

— (alone) 
Paris 

Parix, Johannes 
Parma 

Parmensis, Caesar 
Pasqualibus, Peregrinus de 
(First press) 

— (Second press) 

— (Third press) 
Passau 

Paucis Drapis, Jacobus de 
Pavia 

Pedemontani, Albertus 
Pedemontani, Ludovicus 
Pelusius, Bartholomaeus 
Pensis, Christophorus de 



Rome? 


Heb-2 


Leiria 


3988 


Leiria 


Heb-35 


Zwolle 


3904-07 


Reutlingen 


968-73 


Tubingen 


1096-1100 




4000-1 


Milan 


3097-3103; 




3145-54 




2788-2831; 




S-2814A 


Deventer 


3876-82 


Deventer 


3883-94 


Venice 


2365-67 


Venice 


2364 


Venice 


2355-63 


Valencia 


3957 


Venice 


1742-45 


Venice 


2043-45 




(3985a) 


Rome 


1282-97 


Rome 


1358-59 




3589-3736A 


Toulouse 


3840-42 




3345-68 


Cremona 


3386-87 


Treviso 


S-3329A 


Venice 


2142-63 


Scandiano 


3585-86 




995-1003 


Pavia 


3478-79 




3440-79; 




S-3457A 


Milan 


3090 


Milan 


3090 


Venice 


2737-40 


Venice 


2378-2407 



304 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Pentius, Jacobus 

Perugia 

Pescia 

Petri, Johann 
Petri, Johannes 

Petri, Petrus, de Colonia 
Petrus, in Altis, de Olpe 
Pfeyl, Johann 
Pforzheim, Jacobus von see 

Wolff, Jacobus, von Pforzheim 
Philippi, Johann 
Philippi, Nicolaus 
Piacenza 

Piasi, Tommaso di 
Pietro, Filippo di 
Pietro, Gabriele di (First press) 
— (Third press) 
Pietro, Paolo di 
Pigouchet, Philippe 
Pincius, Philippus 
Pinerolo 
Piove di Sacco 
Pisa 
Piscator, Kilianus 

Pivard, Jean 

Plannck, Stephan 

Plasiis, Petrus de 

Poitiers 

Pojano 

Poland (Chelmno?) 

Polonus, Stanislaus 

Poppy Printer 

Portilia, Andreas 

Posa, Pedro 
Prague 

Preunlein, Matthias, with 

Conrad Stahel 
Printer for Bonifacius de Manerva 
Printer for Boninus Mombritius 



Venice 


2693-2702A 




3286-90 




3581-83 


Passau 


996-1003 


Florence 


2833-36; 




2992-3021 


Perugia 


3286-88 


Cologne 


413-14 


Bamberg 


314-15 


Paris 


3675-82 


Lyons 


3741-49 




3531-32 


Venice 


2547 


Venice 


1659-67 


Venice 


1620-24 


Brescia 


3393 


Brescia 


3393 


Paris 


3646-56 


Venice 


2444-73 




3536 




Heb-3 




3554-55 


Freiburg i.B. 


. 1087-94; 




S-1094A 


Lyons 


3836 


Rome 


1382-1432 


Venice 


1773-78 




3854 




3533 




S-1269A 


Seville 


3967-72 


Liibeck 


950-51 


Parma 


3345-49 


Reggio Emilia 3539 


Barcelona 


3948-52 




1270-71 


Briinn 


1280 


Brescia 


3395 


Milan 


3089 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



305 



Printer of: 
Aderlassbuchlein 
Albertus Magnus, De virtutibus 
Antoninus, De censuris 
Antonius Nebrissensis, Gramdiica castellana 
Aristeas 
Augurellus 

Augustinus, De consensu evangelistarum 
Augustinus, Defide 
Augustinus, De virginitate 
Augustinus Datus, Elegantiolae 
Ausonius 
Barbatia, Consilia 
Barbatia, Johannina 
Barbatia, Repetitio 
Basilius, De vita solitaria 
Bible (42-line) 
Boccaccio, Ninfale Fiesolano 
Brunus Aretinus 

Calderinus (Lucas Brandis or Johann Snell?) 
Canaro, De materia excusatoris 
Capotius 

Carpanis, De nutrienda memoria 
Cassianus 

Casus breves Decretalium 
Catholicon 
Cornazzano 
Dares 

Dictys (Ther Hoernen) 
Duns Scotus, Quaestiones 
Erwahlung Maximilians 
Flavius Josephus 
Gesta Christi 
Gracchus et Poliscena 
Guido, Casus longi 
Henricus Ariminensis (Georg Reyser?) 

Hermolaus Barbarus 
Herodianus 
Hieronymus, Epistolae 
Historia Sancti Albani 
Isidorus Hispalensis 



Strassburg 


269 


Cologne 


406-07 


Rome 


1377 


Salamanca 


3973-76 


Erfurt 


974 


Verona 


3385 


Lauingen 


877-78 


Cologne 


400-03 


Cologne 


405 


Venice 


1667A 


Venice 


1640 


Milan 


3155;S-3155A 


Bologna 


3184 


Bologna 


3175 


Venice 


1599-1600 


Mainz 


3-5 


Venice 


1741A 


Venice 


1643 A 


Ulm 


S-945A 


Pescia 


3581 


Leipzig 


1020-22 


Naples 


3277A 


Venice 


2486A 


Strassburg 


295-301 


Mainz 


28-30 


Venice 


1643B 


Cologne 


364-66 


Cologne 


358-63 


Venice 


1641-43 


Stuttgart 


1071 


Belgium? 


3947A 


Speyer 


834-35 


Schussenried 956 


Lyons 


3838B 


Strassburg 


104-17; 




S-110A-B 


Venice 


2604A 


Rome 


1496 


Parma 


3360-63 


Cologne 


391-93 


Rome 


1487-88 



306 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Jacobus de Clusa 

Juvenalis 

Legenda aurea 

Leo I, Sermones 

Lindelbach 

Lotharius 

Mercuriales quaestiones 

(Theobaldus Schencbecher) 
Nicolaus de Lyra, Contra Hebraeos 
Ovidius, Metamorphoses 
Petrus de Rosenheim 
Pomponius Mela 
Rochuslegende 
Sallustius, Opera 
Servius, 1475 
Silius Italicus 
Silvaticus, 1474 

the 1 477 Alvarotus (Roman type) 
the Apocalypse 
the 1483 Jordanus de Quedlinburg 

the 1480 Martial 
the Mensa philosophica 
the 1480 Valla 
the 1483 Valla 

the Vita Lidwinae (Otgier Nachtegael?) 
the 1483 Vitas patrum 
Vocabolista 
Priiss, Johann 

Puecher, Vitus 
Pynson, Richard 

Quaietis, Christophorus de 
Quarengiis, Petrus de 

Quentell, Heinrich (First press) 
— (Second press) 



R.,B. 
R- Printer 



Burgdorf 


1267 


Venice 


1547A 


Strassburg 


151-53 


Chelmno? 


S-1269A 


Heidelberg 


1064 


(Unknown) 


1101 


Rome 


1340 


Naples 


3278 


Venice 


2751 


Cologne 


492 


Venice 


1766;S4766A 


Nuremberg 


798-99 


Italy 


S-3588A 


Milan 


3085 


Rome 


1335-36 


Naples 


3267-69 


Venice 


1765 


Rome 


1320 


Strassburg 


217-68; 




S-255A-62A 


Venice 


1853A-54 


Antwerp? 


3946 


Venice 


1855-57 


Venice 


2081A 


Schiedam 


3911 


Strassburg 


154-59 


Vienna 


1272 


Strassburg 


192-216; 




S-195A-228A 


Rome 


1360-65 


London 


4007-21 


Venice 


2603 


Venice 


2487-2505; 




S-2503 


Cologne 


421-23 


Cologne 


428-69; 




S-447A-50A 


(Unknown) 


1102 


Strassburg 


67-82 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



307 



Ragazonibus, Bartholomaeus de 
Ragazonibus, Theodorus de 
Ragazzo, Giovanni 
Ratdolt, Erhard 
(with Maler and Loslein) 

— (alone) 

— (Second press) 

Ravenstein, Albrecht, with Joachim Westphal 
Reger, Johann 
Reggio Emilia 
Regiomontanus, Johannes see 

Miiller, Johann (Regiomontanus) 
Reinhard, Johann, of Griiningen see 

Griininger, Johann (Reinhard) 
Reinhard, Marcus 

Reinhardi, Johannes (Third press) 
Renchen, Ludwig von 
Renner, Franciscus 
Reno, Johannes de 



Retro Minores 
Reutlingen 

Reuwich, Erhard 
Reyser, Georg 

see also Printer of Henricus Ariminensis 
Reyser, Michael 
Ricardinus, Benedictus 
Rich el, Bernhard 
Riederer, Friedrich 
Riessinger, Sixtus (First press) 
— (Second press) 
Rizus, Bernardinus 
Rocociolus, Dominicus 
Rodt, Sigismundus 
Rome 



Venice 


2587-89 


Venice 


2408-17 


Venice 


2474-76 


Venice 


1725-34 


Venice 


1799-1838; 




S-1809 


Augsburg 


616-42 


Magdeburg 


975 


Ulm 


921-27 




3537-52 



Rood, Theodoricus 
Roscius, Johannes 



Kirchheim 


1086 


Lyons 


3741-49 


Rome 


1349 


Cologne 


424-26 


Venice 


1602-19 


Padua 


2805 


Sant'Orso 


3481-83 


Vicenza 


3499-3502 


Cologne 


477-78 




962-73 


Mainz 


31-33 


Wiirzburg 


957-61 


Eichstatt 


1063 


Florence 


3022 


Basel 


1139-44 


Freiburg i.B. 


. 1095 


Rome 


1318A-19 


Naples 


3264-65 


Venice 


2172-89 


Modena 


3522-25 


Siena 


3579-80 




1 282-1 508A; 




Heb-1-2; 




S-1321-73B 


Oxford 


4000-01 


Venice 


2590 



308 



PRINTERS AND PLAGES 



Rosenbach, Johann 

Rot, Adam 

Rottweil, Adam de (First press) 

Rouen 

Rovellis, Ambrosius de 

Rovellis, Bernardinus de 

Rubeis, Laurentius de 

Ruberia, Justinianus de 

Rubeus, Albertinus 

Rubeus, Jacobus 

Rubeus, Johannes (First press) 

— (Second press) 

Rubeus, Nicolaus 

Ruch, Friedrich 

Rugerius, Ugo 



Ruppel, Berthold 
Rusch, Adolf 
see also R-Printer 



Barcelona 


3956-(56a) 


Rome 


1337-39 


Venice 


1740-41 




3855-62 


Pavia 


3470-72 


Pavia 


3470-72 


Ferrara 


2778-87; 




S-2786A 


Bologna 


3258-60 


Venice 


2207-29A 


Pinerolo 


3536 


Treviso 


3319-27 


Venice 


S-2220A 


Venice 


1779 


Strassburg 


306 


Bologna 


3176-83; 




S-3176 


Reggio Emilia 3552 


Basel 


1104-7 


Strassburg 


139-41 



S., D. see Siliprandus, Dominicus 

Sachsel, Georgius 

Sacon, Jacobus 

Salamanca 

Sanctis, Hieronymus de 

Sancto Petro, Franciscus de 

Sancto Ursio, Henricus de 

Sant'Orso 

Santritter, Johannes Lucilius 

Sanz, Lope 

Saracenus, Marinus 

Scandiano 

SchafFener, Wilhelm 

Schallus, Johannes 

Schaur, Johann 

Schencbecher, Theobaldus 

Schiedam 

Schilling, Johannes see Solidi, Johannes 

Schobsser, Johann 



Rome 


1350 


Lyons 


3837-38 




3973-77 


Venice 


2368 


Pavia 


3453-54 


Vicenza 


3504-11 




3480-83 


Venice 


2368A-C 


Salamanca 


3977 


Venice 


2205-06 




3585-86 


Strassburg 


307 


Mantua 


3340-42 


Augsburg 


644-45 


Rome 


1340 




3911 


Augsburg 


614-15 


Munich 


(1061c) 



PRINTERS AND PLAGES 



309 



Schoffer, Peter 
— with Johann Fust 
Schoemberger, Johannes 
Schonsperger, Johann 
Schonberger, Guillelmus 
Schoonhoven 
Schott, Johann 
Schott, Martin 

Schriber, Johannes 

Schiissler, Johann 

Schurener, Johannes 

Schussenried 

Scinzenzeler, Johannes Angelus 

Scinzenzeler, Uldericus 

Scotus, Octavianus 

Senschenschmidt, Johann 

Servius, Oliverius 

Sessa, Johannes Baptista 

Seville 

Siber, Johannes 

Siena 

Silber, Eucharius 

Siliprandus, Dominicus 

Snell, Johann 

Soardis, Lazarus de 

Societas Colubris (Compagnia 

del Drago) 
Solidi, Johannes 
Solomon ben Judah 
Soncino 
Soncino, Bene (Sons of Israel 

Nathan Soncino) 

Soncino, Gershom ben Moses 

Soncino, Joshua Solomon ben 
Israel Nathan 



Mainz 


7-27 


Mainz 


6 


Rome 


1489-90 


Augsburg 


595-612 


Messina 


3534 




3909-10 


Strassburg 


310 


Strassburg 


142-50; 




S-147A 


Bologna 


3189 


Augsburg 


527-35 


Rome 


1351-57 




956 


Milan 


3166-(67a) 


Milan 


3097-3103: 




3113-44 


Venice 


1782-92; 




S-1792A 


Bamberg 


311-13 


Nuremberg 


660-66 


Rome 


1483 


Venice 


2418 




3964-72 


Lyons 


3752-61 




3556-80 


Rome 


1433-78 


Venice 


1769-70 


Padua 


2811-12 


Liibeck 


946 


Venice 


2440-43 


Florence 


3023-26 


Basel 


S-1107A 


Rome? 


Heb-2 




Heb-7-17 


Soncino/Casal 


Maggiore 


Heb-17 


Brescia 


Heb-29 


Soncino 


Heb-13-16 



Naples 



Heb-27-28 



310 



PRINTERS AND PLAGES 



Sorg, Anton 

Soziis, Andreas de 
Speyer 

Spira, Johannes de 
Spira, Vindelinus de 

(First press) 
— (Second press) 
Stagninus, Bernardinus 
Stahel, Conrad, 

with Matthias Preunlein 
Stendal, Albertus de 
Stockel, Wolfgang 
Strassburg 

Strata, Antonius de 
Struciis, Balthasar de 
Stuchs, Georg 
Stuchs, Johann 
Stuttgart 

Suardis, Paulus de 
Suigus, Jacobinus 



Sweynheym, Conradus 

Tacuinus, Johannes 

Teutonicus, Georgius 
(Lauer? or Herolt?) 
Thanner, Jacobus 
Theodoricus 
Ther Hoernen, Arnold 
Ther Hoernen, Peter 
Tholoze, Michel 
Toledano, Eliezer 
Toledo 
Topie, Michel 
Torresanus, Andreas 
Tortis, Baptista de 



Soncino 


Heb-7-12 


Augsburg 


556-84; 




S-567A 


Venice 


2171 




834-76; 




S-837A-76A 


Venice 


1509-12 


Venice 


1509-47 


Venice 


1737-39 


Venice 


2069-81 


Briinn 


1280 


Padua 


2806 


Leipzig 


1048-56 




49-310; 




S-96A-262A 


Venice 


1839-53 


Modena 


3521 


Nuremberg 


810-19 


Nuremberg 


(833a) 




1071 


Milan 


3106-9 


Chivasso 


3584 


Turin 


3519 


Lyons 


3826-28 


Rome 


1282-97 


Venice 


2548-86; 




S-2563A 


Rome 


1481-82 


Leipzig 


1057-61 


Cologne 


427 


Cologne 


346-57 


Cologne 


470 


Paris 


3719-22 


Lisbon 


Heb-31-34 




3984-85 


Lyons 


3781-82 


Venice 


1872-1902 


Venice 


1913-55 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



311 



Toulouse 




3840-47 


Trechsel, Johannes 


Lyons 


3783-3803 


Trent 




1268-69 


Trepperel, Jean 


Paris 


3688-89 


Treviso 




3291-3329; 
S-3300A-29A 


Tubini, Antonio 


Florence 


3029-33 


Tubingen 




1096-1100 


Tuppo, Francesco del 


Naples 


3280-84 


Turin 




3516-19 


Turre, Petrus de 


Rome 


1491 


Tyela, Jacobus de 


Piacenza 


3531-32 


Ugoletus, Angelus 


Parma 


3364-68 


Ulm 




879-927; 
1103; S-904 


Ulrich & Afra, Monastery of SS. 


Augsburg 


550-55 


Umber, Sibyllinus 


Venice 


1720 


Unassigned 


Florence 


3034-(35d) 


— 


Italy 


3588;Heb-30 


— 


Lyons 


3839 


— 


Milan 


3169 


— 


Nuremberg 


(S-833b) 


— 


Paris? 


3736A 


— 


Pescia 


3582-83 


— 


Rome 


1508 A 


— 


Venice 


2752-61 


Ungarus, Petrus 


Lyons 


3751 


Unkel, Bartholomaeus von 


Cologne 


408-12 


Ungardus, Archangelus 


Milan 


3088 


Ungut, Meinardus 


Seville 


3967-72 


Urach 




992-94 


Utrecht 




3864-69 


Valdarfer, Christophorus 






(First press) 


Venice 


1598 


— (Second press) 


Milan 


3075-81 


Valdezoccho, Bartholomaeus de 


Padua 


2792-2802 


Valencia 




3957-60 


Veldener, Johann 


Louvain 


3914 


— 


Utrecht 


3868-69 


Venetus, Bernardinus 


Venice 


2605-26 



312 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



Venice 




1509-2761; 

S-1619B- 

2563A 


Verard, Antoine 


Paris 


3632-36 


Vercellensis, Bartholomaeus see 






Carlo, Bartholomaeus de 






Verona 




3369-85 


Vespolate, Dominicus de 


Milan 


3086-87 


Vicenza 




3484-3515; 
S-3487 


Vienna 




1272-79; 
(S- 1279a) 


Vienne 




3852-53 


Vingle, Jean de 


Lyons 


3813-18 


Vollenhoe, Johannes de 


Zwolle 


3902-03 


Vurster, Johannes 


Bologna 


3174A 


— 


Mantua 


3333-35 


— 


Modena 


3520 


Vydenast, Johannes 


Perugia 


3289-90 


W., C, civis Argentinensis 


Strassburg 


118-19 


Wagner, Peter 


Nuremberg 


800-9 


Walbeck, Johannes 


Bologna 


3254-55 


Walch, Georgius 


Venice 


1781 


Wenssler, Michael 


Basel 


1108-38; 
S-1114A-24A 


— 


Lyons 


3824-25 


Westfalia, Johannes de 


Louvain 


3915-30 


Westminster 




3989-99 


Westphal, Joachim, 






with Albrecht Ravenstein 


Magdeburg 


975 


Wiener, Johann 


Augsburg 


585-87 


Wila, Wendelinus de 


Rome 


1344 


Wild, Leonardus 


Venice 


1771-72 


Winterburger, Johann 


Vienna 


1273-79; 
(S- 1279a) 


Winters, Conrad 


Cologne 


394-99 


Wolf, Georg 


Paris 


3675-82 


Wolf, Nicolaus 


Lyons 


3829-35 


Wolff, Jacobus, von Pforzheim 


Basel 


1230-37 


Worde, Wynkyn de 


Westminster 


3993-99 


Wurzburg 




957-61 



PRINTERS AND PLACES 



313 



Zainer, Giinther 

Zainer, Johann, the Elder 

Zainer, Johann, the Younger 

Zamora 

Zanchis, Antonius de 

Zanis, Bartholomaeus de 

Zaragoza 

Zarotus, Antonius 

Zeissenmair, Lucas 

Zell, Ulrich 

Zeninger, Conrad 

Zierikzee, Cornells de 
Ziletus, Innocens 
Zwolle 



Augsburg 


493-526 


Ulm 


879-913; 




1103;S-904 


Ulm 


914 




3978 


Venice 


2719-20 


Venice 


2251-68 




3961-66 


Milan 


3049-74 


Augsburg 


646-47 


Cologne 


316-45; 




S-345A 


Nuremberg 


793-97 


Venice 


2 192 A 


Cologne 


479-91 


Pojano 


3533 




3902-7 



Provenance Index 



(N.B. Harvard graduates are recorded with the year of their graduation, in 
full for the 18th and 19th centuries, thus: H 1850; with the year abbreviated 
for the 20th, thus: H '10. Birth and/or death dates have been added when 
they could be determined. A single date with no indication of birth or death 
refers to the date of a MS inscription.) 



A.B. 1544 

A. C. 1529,2350 

A. G. 3093 

A. P. 2426 

A. S. 2878 

A. S. V. I. D. 2295 

A. T. V. E. W. V. 940 

A. W. 536, 594 

Aachen. Franciscans 3629 

Aachen. Gesellschaft fur nutz- 

liche wlssenschaften 3850 
Abbatisvillaw Abbeville 
Abbeville. Carthusians 3593 
Abbey, John Roland (1894-1969) 

3095 
Abbot, John Lovejoy (H 1805, 

1783-1814)2121 
Abbott, Ezra, Jr. 3599 



Abensberg (Bavaria) Carmelites 

886,1069,1111 
Ablaing, Willem Matthias d' 

(1851-1889)979 
Academia Georgiae Augustae see 

GOTTINGEN. UNIVERSITATS BIB- 
LIOTHEK 

Acheson, Archibald, 3d earl of 

Gosford see Gosford 
Adamus, Franciscus Raimundus 

(18th cent.) 2976, 3498 
Adler, Elkan Nathan (1861- 

1946)Heb-35 
Adlon(?), Johannes S-1080A 
Agativis, Philippus 2494 
Agnesola, Fridericus de 2091 
Agnolo, Antonio Maria 2425 
Aguilera y Ligues, Manuel d', 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



315 



MARQUES DE CERRALBO see 
CERRALBO 

Ahausen an der Brenz. Bene- 
dictines (S. Martin) 52 

Ailesbury, Charles Bruce, 3d 
earl of (1682-1747) 3645 

Ailesbury, Henry Augustus 
Brudenell-Bruce, 5th mar- 
quess OF (1842-191 1) 3645 

Aix-la-Chapelle see Aachen 

Alan, Henry 777 

AlbaJ. 1336 

Albani Library 3352 

Alberg, Heinrich von 3752 

Alberti, Valentin (1635-1697) 
282 

Albrecht, Johann Christoph 
(1659)298 

Albree, John (b. 1859) 2429 

Albrizzi, Ippolito (1582) 2251 

Aldenham, Henry Hucks Gibbs, 
1st baron (1819-1907) 186,3352 

Aldenham Abbey see Stuart, 
William (1798-1874) 

Aldenham House, Herts see 
Aldenham, Henry Hucks Gibbs 

Aldersbach. Cistercians (S. 
Maria) 441 

Aldringen, Paulusab3133 

Alessio, Filippo 2873 

Alexander, Franciscan friar 
2324 

Alexander, Alexander, of Auch- 
mull (17th cent.) 379, 412 

Aliprandus, Johannes Angelus 
3385 

Aloysius a Visciano, frater 2270 

Altemps, Giovanni Angelo (d. 
1620) and Gaudenzio (d. 1677) 
2593,3342 

Altenburg (Lower Austria) 
Benedictines 92, 892, 918 

Altenstenn(P), Cyriacus 2693 



Althorp Library see Spencer, 
George John Spencer, 2d earl 
and Sunderland, Charles Spen- 
cer, 3d earl of 

Altomunster. Brigittines 1104, 
3797 

Altus Mons see HOHENBERG 
(Baden-Wurttemberg) 

Amberg. Franciscans (S. Ber- 
nardinus) 87, 253, 440, 443, 840, 
S-262A 

Amberg. Parish Church 561 

Ambrosini, Raimondo (d. 1914; cf. 
Bragaglia2390)3216,3242 

Amerbach family 1817 

Amerbach, Isaak (1555) 449 

American Antiquarian Society 
102, 776, 857, 1771, 2049, 2121, 
3498 

American Congregational Asso- 
ciation, Boston 665A 

Amherst of Hackney, William 
AmhurstTyssen-Amherst, 1st 
baron (d. 1908)31,490,3995 

Amorbach. Benedictines 27 1 ,318, 
961 

Anad6n,0.3939 

Ancona. Biblioteca municipale 
3324 

Andegavas^ Angers 

Andernach. Franciscans 749 

An dover- Harvard Theological 
Library 143, 164, 245, 284, 741, 
1076, 1081, 1227, 1789, 2359, 
3233, 3788, 3792, 3795, 3796, 
3909, S-209B, S-214A, S-819A, S- 
1018A,S-1114A,S-1373B 

Andrews, William Loring (1837- 
1920)788 

Angell, Ernest (H'll, 1889-1973) 
319,358,360,361 

Angers. Dominicans 69 

Angrer, Thomas 2 1 24 



316 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Anguida(?),G.971 
Anguissola, Carlo, Jesuit 2874 
Annunciation, Monastery of 

the (Unidentified) 1880 
Annunziata, Convent of see Pon- 

tremoli 
Anonymous (216b), 1701 
Antaldi, Antaldo, of Pesaro 3 1 76 
Antianus, Johannes 1320 
Anton ie, William Lee 718 
Antwerp. Jesuits 3592 
Appleton, William (1846-1902) 

558,2375 
Aprosius, ROBERTUS (D. 1651)2129 
Aquara(?) Franciscans 1 181, 2185 
Aquaria, Bernardinus de 2342 
Aquensis urbss**> Aachen 
Arcerius, Paulus (1624) 2633 
Arch into, Carlo, count (1669- 

1732; cf. Bragaglia464) 1864 
Archinto, Filippo (1644-1712) 

2133 
Ardigorius, Petrus 1906 
Arenberg, dukes of 154, 355, 356, 

3938 
Aretinus, Christophorus (1511) 

1932 
Argentoratum see Strassburg 
Arienzo (near Nola) Dominicans 

(S. Maria) 1325 
Ariosto, Giovanni Maria 1544 
Armellinus, Carolus 2358 
Arnold Arboretum Library 23, 

37, 78, 82, 151, 211, 212, 223, 

248, 544, 547, 862, 1419, 1486, 

1718, 1762, 2260, 2604A, 2811, 

3384, 3488, 3537, 3544, 3548, 

3746,3850 
Arnoldus a Sancto Trudone 236 
Arnsburg. Cistercians 3046 
Arundel, Thomas Howard, 2d 

earlof (1586-1646)62, 665, 767, 



836,1601,1904,3361 

Ascherson, Charles Stephen (d. 
1945)7,1531,1540 

Ascoli, — , DUCA D' (?) 3267 

Ashburner, Walter (1864-1936) 
34, 1565, 1656, 2093, 21 18, 2790, 
2911,3426 

Ashburnham, Bertram Ash- 
burnham, 4th earl of (1797- 
1878)3,924 

Ashburnham, Bertram Ash- 
burnham, 5th earl of (1840- 
1913)3 

Assisi. Franciscans (Bibliotheca 
Portiunculae) 3 124A, 3584 

Astensis (?), Johannes Maria 3084 

Asti. Carmelites 1897 

Astorga, — , marques de 1820 

Astorgus, Johannes 3790 

Au am Inn. Augustinian Canons 
(Beata Maria Virgo and S. Feli- 
citas) 626 

Auersperg, Franz Karl, prince 
(1660-1713)3085 

Augia Minor see Weissenau 

Augsburg. Benedictines (SS. Ul- 
richandAfra)541 

Augsburg. Franciscans 53, 280, 
3062 (?) 

Augsburg. Jesuits 2656 

Augsburg. Stadtbibliothek983 

Augusta Vindelicorum see Augs- 
burg 

Augustinian Canons (Uniden- 
tified monastery) 714 

Augustinian Hermits (Uniden- 
tified monastery) 910, 1239, 
2980 

Augustinians (Unidentified 
monastery) 1950 

Aumale, Henri d'Orleans, duc d' 
(1822-1897)2647 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



317 



Austria. Bundesdenkmalamt309, 
970, 997, 1071, 1 103, 1557, 1559, 
1598,2055,2086 

Avallon. Minims 1227 

Avantius, Hieronymus (15th- 
16th gent.) 2417 

AVARICUM5<?<? Bourges 

B. A. Z. W. see Brem, Bonaventura 

B. C. 2744 

B. D. A. S. 1891,1892 

B., F. O. see Beggi, Francesco 

Orazio 
B., 1. 3171 
B. M. 700 
B. M. P. R. 1497 
B.,N.3328,S-255A 
B. P. 1942 
B. U. T. see TUBINGEN. UNIVER- 

sitatsbibliothek 
B. V. T. see TUBINGEN. Univer- 

sitatsbibliothek 
Babra, — 3961 
Bach (?), Johannes 843 
Bacharach. Capuchins 55 
Backhouse, Thomas J. 294 
Baden (?) Oratory (?) 3065 
Baerwald, Emil and Jenny 801 
Baglione, Galiotto 2762 
BAICHSHEIM5^ Buxheim 
Baker, Thomas (1656-1 740) 4016 
Balbus, Hieronymus, bishop of 

Gurk (CA. 1460-CA. 1535) 1849 
Balbus, P. (1853)3518 
Balma, Benedictus de (1584) 3516 
Balmetas^ Baume-les-Moines 
Baltus, Bernardus 3414 
Baluze, Etienne (1630-1718) 

2774, 3209, 3704, 3743, 3745 
Bamberg. Benedictines (S. Mic- 
hael Archangelus) 140, 834, 

940,1222,1330,1331 



Bamberg. Capuchins (S. Anna) 

172,288,1251 
Bamberg. Carmelites 1083 
Bamberg. Dominicans 287, 297, 

572, 1193, 1217, 1593, 2319, 

2334, 2693 
Bamberg. Franciscans (S. Anna) 

258,1162,1244,1718,2140 
Bamberg. Jesuits 259, 268, 751, 

1099 
Bancroft, Mrs. Hugh 3607 
Bandewyn, — 2597 
Bandini, Angelo Maria (1726- 

1803; CF. BRAGAGLIA699) 2850 
Bang, Frederik Siegfried (1810- 

1889)1140 
Banker, Leonhard 1222 
Banner, G. 2528 
Barbarinus (?), Johannes Anton- 

ius (1500) 3200 
Barbaro, Alessandro (b. 1764; CF. 

Bragaglia 1005-6) 2435 
Barbaro, Francesco 3346 
Barbau, Johannes Ambrosius 

1636 
Barb et, A. S- 12 69 A 
Barbour, Rosamond and Thomas 

(H '06, 1884-1946)3619 
Barcelona. Carmelites 1463 
Barcelona. Franciscans 3956 
Barclay, Francis Hubert (1896) 

2205 
Bardinus (?), Sigismundus 2028 
Barker, Mrs. Walter S. 937 
Barnard, Augusta 1 792 
Barnheim, — , Justiz-Rat 270, 878 
Barotti, Giovanni Andrea (1701- 

1772)2923 
Barrea, Johannes S-3194A 
Bartlett, John (Hon 1871, 1820- 

1905)2390,2402 
Basel. Stadtbibliothek 226, 2062 



318 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Bassanus, Johannes 2209 
Bassanus, Paulus Andreas 2209 
Bateman, William (1787-1835) 

692 
Bates, Isaac G. 606, 1247 
Bates, Oric (H '05, 1883-1918) 

988,2557 
Bates, William Nickerson (H '28, 

B. 1907)200, 1921, 2302,S-2563A 
Battiferri, Marco Antonio Vir- 

gilio(d. 1637)272, 1392 
Battiscombe, H. 1742 
Baubet,A.3840 

Bauer, Raphael Mauritius 2260 
Baumburg. Augustinian Canons 

103,597,3319 
Baume-les-Moines. Franciscan 

Recollects 3737 
Baumer, Oswald 2207 
Baumgartenberg. Cistercians 

3271 
Bavaria, dukes of. Electoral 

Library 858 
Baviere, Charles Louis van 

(1767-1815)3601,3882 
Baynes, John (1758-1787)3855 
Beata Maria Virgo in Lacu see 

Herrenchiemsee. Augustin- 

IANS 

Beatus RHENANUS5^ Rhenanus 

Beaufoy, Henry Benjamin Han- 
bury (1786-1851) S-3300A 

Beauvais. Capuchins 3738 

Becher, Karl, M.D., of Karlsbad 
(d.1934)1003,1101 

Beckett, William 401 1 

Beckford, William (1759-1844) 
3072 

Becu,Teodoro 1711 

Beggi, Francesco Orazio (19th 
cent.) 1228,3515 

Behem, Georg (d. 1520) 1 14 



Beiharting. Augustinian Canons 
804 

Belhomme, Marcellus 1617 

Bellingen, Antonius Joseph van 
(1806-1882)58, 1891,1892 

Belloto, Giovanni 1581 

Bemis, Frank Brewer (d. 1935) 
348, 503, 504, 505, 506, 507, 509, 
511,513,514,2601,3038,3636 

Bemrose, Sir Henry Howe 
(1827-1911)1552 

Benedetti, Aloysio 2206 

Benedetti, Geminiano 2206 

Benedictines (Unidentified mon- 
astery) 557, 1338, 3699 

Benedictus^ Benedetti 

Benediktbeuren. Benedictines 
368, 2650, S-724A 

Benefaciatus, Nicolaus (d. 1535) 
2131 

Bennett, Richard (1844-1900) 
544 

Bent., Bibliotheca (Unidenti- 
fied)^^ 

Bentinck-Smith, William (H '37, 
1914-1993) 2634, 3913A 

Berens, Randolph 1911 

Berenson Library, I Tatti 2858, 
S-748A,S-1792A 

Beresford-Hope, Alexander 
James (1820-1887) 415 

Bergamasco, Franciscus de 2185 

Bergamo. Augustinian Canons 
3059 

Bergamo. Capuchins 3097 

Bergomensis, Jacobus Philippus 
see Jacobus Philippus de Ber- 
gamo 

Berlin. Preussische Staatsbib- 
liothek 152, 218, 814, 1037, 
1040,2615 

Bermehrin, G. (1862) 115, 1927 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



319 



Bernardinus, Franciscus 1676 
Bernardo da Fiorentia 1585 
Bertieri, Raffaello (1875-1941) 

3301 
Betham, Edward (1707-1783) 1646 
Bethlehem (near Louvain) Au- 

gustinian Canons 3219 
Bethmann, Hugo, Freiherr von 

29,S-1269A 
Betts,JohnT. 1439 
Beutelius, P. (1710)2190 
Bevilacqua, Angelus 2963 
Bib. Nor. see Nuremberg. Stadt- 

bibliothek 

BlBLIOTHECA BROXBOURNIANA see 

Ehrman, Albert 

BlBLIOTHECA CONOVIANA see CON- 

way, Frederick William 
blbliotheca llndesianas£<? craw- 
FORD, James Ludovic Lindsay, 
26th earl 

BlBLIOTHECA MANDELLIANA see 

mandelliana, blbliotheca 
Biblioth eca Margaritis (Uniden- 
tified) 3 106 
Bibliotheca Peutigeriana see 

PEUT1GERIANA, BlBLIOTHECA 
BlBLIOTHECA PHILLIPPICA see 

Phillipps, Sir Thomas 

BlBLIOTHECA REMENSIS see RHEIMS. 

Bibliotheca 
blbliotheca rsti (?) augustani 
261,263 

BlBLIOTHECA S. SlLVESTRIS see 
ROME. THEATINES 

Bibliotheca S. Theresiae see 

Piacenza. Bibliotheca S. 
Theresiae 

Bibliotheca Sorethanensis see 

SCHUSSENRIED 

Bibliotheca Suchtelen see Such- 

TELEN 



Bibliothek Oberherrlingen see 
Maucler, Eugen 

BlBLIOTHEQUE DE S. PHILIPPE 

(Unidentified) 3356 

Biddle, Moncure (b. 1882) 3038 

Bie, Jan Pieter de (1871-1959) 
3909 

Bielinski, Wladyslaw, hrabia 215 

Bigot, Emeric (1626-1689) 1786 

Bilsborrow, R. O. 508 

Binding device (Unidentified) 
1357 

Binding stamp, unidentified, 
with motto: De maiorum glo- 
ria VIRTUTE PROPRIA 27 

Binding stamp, unidentified, 
with motto: recte agens ex- 
pecto dominum 27 

Bindley, James (1737-1818) 3998 

BlNGEN, JOHANNES A 231 1,2329 

Binney,Amos(H 1879, 1857-1912) 

3773 
Binney,M.A.3773 
Birch, John G. 132 
Birkoff, — 705 
Bishop, Cortland Field (1870- 

1935)1102 
BLANCKSTADT5£0 Plankstetten 
Blandford, George Spencer, 

marquess of see Marlborough, 

George Spencer, 5th duke of 
Blessing, Johann (1568) 969 
Bliss, Mildred (1879-1969) 40, 

672,999,2433,2682 
Bloede, Victor Gustave (1849- 

1937)863 
Blonay(?),— 1923 
Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich 

(1752-1840)2009 
Blumenberg, Johann Edmund 

(1769-1831)953 
Blumm, Anton 600 



320 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Bobio, Johannes de (1496) 1909, 

1910 
Bocchi, Francesco (1548-1618) 

3322 
Bochart, Mathieu (d. 1662) 3 164 
Bocher, Ferdinand (1832-1902) 

3880 
Bodmann, Franz Joseph Ignaz 

(1754-1820)700 
Bogaerde, Anselm van den 2390 
Boileau, Sir John Peter, bart. 

(1794-1869)2573,2576 
Boisson, Claude, of Beaune 3839 
Bok, Cary William (1905-1970) 

1213 
Bollemont, A. C. see Chouet de 

bollemont 
Bologna. Biblioteca Comuni- 

tativa-Magnani 3770 
Bologna. Biblioteca Malvezzi 

de'Medici 1662 
Bologna. Biblioteca municipale 

3486 
Bologna. Monastery of St. 

Savior 2991 
Bolton, John 3991 
Bolzano. Dominicans 2282, 3451 
Bolzano. Franciscans 61, 204, 

277, 1 106, 1 13 1, S-147A, S-687A, 

S-748B,S-1094A 
Bolzano. Reformed Franciscans 

1713, 1866, 1943, 1944, 2125, 

2131 

BONAMINI, DOMENICO (B. 1737?) 

1314 
Bond, Edward (1844-1920) 1572 
Bonnard,A. 2165 
Bonomo, — de 2099 
Bononia^ Bologna 
Booklabel, with motto: Vita 

SINE LITTERIS MORS EST see LOR- 
MIER, CHARLES 



Booklabel, Unidentified (Dog 

WITH BONE IN HIS MOUTH) 303 1 

Booklabel, Unidentified, with 

motto: Plus penser que dire 

2836 
Bookplate, Unidentified, with 

motto: Anchor fast anchor 

3544 
Bookplate, Unidentified, with 

motto: Laboremus 753 
Bookplate, Unidentified, with 

motto: Quid breui fortes 

IACULAMUR AEUO MULTA343 

Bookplate, Unidentified, with 
motto: sapientia victrix for- 

TUNAE312 

Bookplate, Unidentified, with 
motto: vlam aut inveniam aut 

FACIAM3105 

Bookplate, Unidentified, with 
motto: Vigor in virtute 3249 

Bookplate, Armorial, Uniden- 
tified 1367, 1556, 1582, 3806, 
3846,3861,3862 

Bookplate, Armorial, Unidenti- 
fied (Salamander over flames) 
2681 

Bookstamp, Unidentified 557, 
961, 1367, 1741, 1762, 2794, 
3089,3533,3538,3866 

Bookstamp, Unidentified, with 
motto: Expecto 2872 

Bookstamp, Unidentified, with 
motto: Omnia pondere et 

MENSURA3172 

Booth, J. 3855 

Bordeaux. Dominicans 20 

Bordeaux. Franciscan Recol- 
lects 1704 

Bordes, Richard 3209 

Borghese, Marcantonio, prince 
(1814-1886) 1741 A, 1883 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



321 



Borja (Saragossa) Franciscans 
1695 

BORLUUT DE NOORTDONCK, FRAN- 
COIS Xavier Joseph Gislain 
(1771-1857)3880,3888 

Borton, Frank 353 1 

Bosanquet, Eustace Fulcrand 
(1871-1940)442 

Bosis, Johannes Thomas de 2369 

Bosson, Campbell (H '11, 1888- 
1957)2524,3313 

Boston. King's Chapel 56, 258, 
2053, 2054, 2057, 2434, 2693, 
3350.3838B 

Boston Medical Library 1097, 
1100, 1232; see also COUNTWAY 
Library 

Bothwell, James Hepburn, 4th 
earl of (1536P-1578) S-1342A 

Botrius, Antonius 3626 

Bourbon-Conde, Louis II, prince 
des^Conde 

Bourges(?) Unidentified mon- 
astery 3 152 

Boutourlin, Dmitri Petro- 
vitch, count (1790-1849; cf. 
Bragaglia 1753-55) 8, 1738, 
2631, 2671, 2993, 3368, 3541 

Bowie, Richard Ashhurst( 1836- 
1887) 21, 22,41, 63, 69, 74, 98, 
105, 121, 134, 137, 174, 175, 182, 
194, 205, 228, 297, 304, 322, 326, 
331, 332, 347, 392, 409, 410, 411, 
416, 418, 445, 447, 450, 462, 478, 
529, 533, 561, 580, 581, 591, 616, 
617, 649, 656, (658a), (658b), 662, 
667, 674, 690, 691, 705, 708, 752, 
755, 790, 792, 807, 820, 834, 835, 
877, 890, 897, 898, 925, 954, 969, 
991, 1008, 1028, 1050, 1057, 
1059, 1074, 1161, 1174, 1179, 
1183, 1193, 1196, 1209, 1214, 



1218, 1260, 1263, 1278, 1298, 

1303, 1309, 1311, 1328, 1329, 

1351, 1353, 1359, 1366, 1367, 

1382, 1409, 1427, 1455, 1459, 

1464, 1465, 1473, 1488, 1491, 

1498, 1526, 1537, 1555, 1556, 

1571, 1580, 1582, 1583, 1594, 

1602, 1614, 1627, 1634, 1640, 

1642, 1643, 1644, 1649, 1659, 

1665, 1668, 1675, 1677, 1681, 

1683, 1686, 1688, 1707, 1717, 

1723, 1727, 1736, 1745, 1761, 

1786, 1787, 1791, 1795, 1796, 

1811, 1817, 1825, 1845, 1848, 

1853, 1855, 1884A, 1896A, 1914, 

1915, 1924, 1959, 1961, 2048, 

2073, 2085, 2101, 2102, 2104, 

2106, 2123, 2127, 2136, 2144, 

2152, 2154, 2159, 2179, 2183, 

2190, 2196, 2202, 2204, 2207, 

2214, 2215, 2217, 2221, 2224, 
(2250A), 2251, 2252, 2254, 2256, 

2262, 2263, 2266, 2268, 2269, 

2272, 2284, 2285, 2289, 2292, 

2298, 2300, 2306, 2314, 2332, 

2337, 2347, 2353, 2370, 2371, 

2373, 2376, 2378, 2384, 2393, 

2394, 2399, 2403, 2404, 2410, 

2412, 2413, 2415, 2439, 2441, 

2442, 2443, 2445, 2449, 2451, 

2456, 2458, 2461, 2462, 2464, 

2470, 2471, 2475, 2476, 2486, 

2490, 2493, 2499, 2509, 2510, 

2512, 2514, 2520, 2528, 2533, 

2535, 2536, 2539, 2540, 2546, 

2547, 2551, 2552, 2553, 2554, 

2564, 2566, 2574, 2577, 2579, 

2580, 2582, 2587, 2597, 2603, 

2604, 2613, 2616, 2617, 2618, 

2619, 2623, 2625, (2626c), 2633, 

2637, 2647, 2648, 2665, 2666, 
2667, 2674, 2691, 2722, 2733, 



322 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



2744, 2758, 2788, 2796, 2800, 
2842, 2863, 2960, 2962, 3023, 
3039, 3040, 3041, 3042, 3044, 
3045, 3053, 3061, 3069, 3070, 
3077, 3085, 3087, 3088, 3120, 
3121, 3122, 3137, 3139, 3167, 
3196, 3197, 3198, 3201, 3211, 
3215, 3225, 3226, 3229, 3231, 
3234, 3243, 3292, 3294, 3302, 
3306, 3307, 3310, 3311, 3314, 
3316, 3320. 3322, 3328, 3335, 
3346, 3354, 3360, 3368, 3383, 
3387, 3391, 3397, 3400, 3408, 
3410, 3439, 3491, 3493, 3495, 
3499, 3500, 3501, 3507, 3508, 
3512, 3534, 3540, 3541, 3546, 
3549, 3551, 3585, 3623, 3627, 
(3631a), (3631c), 3679, 3694, 
3695, 3696, 3718, 3729, 3734, 
3752, 3764, 3801, 3861, 3878, 
3889, 3890, 3897, S-449A, S- 
1766A 
Boyer, — 3710 
Boyle, Isaac (H 1813, 1782-1850) 

1458 
Bozen see BOLZANO 
Bozonier, — 3765, 3812 
Br—, Paolo, of Cesena 1978 
Braidwood Collection 1 140 
Brancas, Louis Leon Felicite, 
duc de, comte de lauraguais 
(1733-1824)3267 
Brandegee, Mary Bryant (Pratt) 
Sprague (Mrs. Edward Deshon, 
d. 1956) 21, 22, 35, 41, 63, 69, 74, 
98, 105, 121, 134, 137, 174, 175, 
182, 194, 205, 228, 233, 297, 304, 
322, 326, 33 1 , 332, 347, 392, 409, 
410,411,416,418,445,447,450, 
462, 478, 529, 533, 561 , 580, 581 , 
591, 602, 616, 617, 649, 656, 
(658a), (658b), 662, 667, 674, 690, 



691, 705, 708, 752, 755, 790, 792, 

807, 820, 834, 835, 877, 888, 890, 

897, 898, 925, 954, 969, 991, 

1008, 1011, 1028, 1050, 1057, 

1059, 1074, 1161, 1179, 1183, 

1193, 1196, 1209, 1214, 1218, 

1260, 1263, 1278, 1295, 1298, 

1303, 1309, 1311, 1317, 1328, 

1329, 1351, 1353, 1359, 1363, 

1366, 1367, 1382, 1405, 1409, 

1427, 1455, 1459, 1464, 1473, 

1488, 1491, 1498, 1526, 1537, 

1555, 1556, 1571, 1583, 1594, 

1602, 1614, 1627, 1634, 1640, 

1642, 1643, 1644, 1649, 1659, 

1664, 1665, 1668, 1675, 1677, 

1681, 1683, 1686, 1688, 1697, 

1707, 1717, 1723, 1727, 1736, 

1745, 1761, 1786, 1787, 1791, 

1795, 1796, 1811, 1817, 1825, 

1845, 1848, 1853, 1855, 1859, 

1844A, 1886, 1896A, 1914, 1915, 

1924, 1959, 1961, 2048, 2073, 

2085, 2087, 2101, 2102, 2104, 

2106, 2123, 2127, 2136, 2144, 

2152, 2154, 2159, 2179, 2183, 

2190, 2196, 2202, 2204, 2207, 

2214, 2215, 2217, 2221, 2224, 

(2250a), 2251, 2252, 2254, 2256, 

2262, 2266, 2268, 2269, 2272, 

2284, 2285, 2289, 2292, 2298, 

2300, 2306, 2314, 2316, 2332, 

2337, 2347, 2353, (2354a), 2370, 

2371, 2373, 2376, 2378, 2381, 

2384, 2393, 2394, 2399, 2403, 

2404, 2410, 2412, 2413, 2415, 

2439, 2441, 2442, 2443, 2445, 

2449, 2451, 2456, 2458, 2461, 

2462, 2464, 2470, 2471, 2475, 

2486, 2490, 2493, 2499, 2509, 

2510, 2512, 2514, 2520, 2528, 

2533, 2535, 2536, 2539, 2540, 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



323 



2546, 2547, 2551, 2552, 2553, 
2554, 2564, 2566, 2574, 2577, 
2579, 2580, 2582, 2587, 2597, 
2603, 2604, 2613, 2616, 2617, 
2618, 2619, 2623, 2625, (2626c), 
2633, 2637, 2647, 2648, 2665, 
2666, 2667, 2674, 2692, 2722, 
2733, 2736, 2744, 2758, 2788, 
2796, 2800, 2837, 2842, 2863, 
2960, 2962, 3023, 3039, 3040, 
3041, 3042, 3044, 3045, 3053, 
3061, 3063, 3069, 3070, 3077, 
3079, 3085, 3087, 3088, 3101, 
3120, 3121, 3122, 3127, 3137, 
3139, 3167, 3178, 3196, 3197, 
3198, 3201, 3211, 3215, 3225, 
3226, 3229, 3231, 3234, 3243, 
3292, 3294, 3302, 3306, 3307, 
3310, 3311, 3314, 3316, 3320, 
3322, 3326, 3328, 3335, 3346, 
3354, 3360, 3368, 3383, 3387, 
3391, 3397, 3400, 3408, 3410, 
3439, 3493, 3495, 3499, 3500, 
3501, 3507, 3508, 3512, 3513, 
3534, 3540, 3541, 3546, 3549, 
3551, 3585, 3593, 3608, 3623, 
3627, (3631a), (3631c), 3679, 
3694, 3695, 3696, 3718, 3729, 
3734, 3752, 3764, 3801, 3813, 
3837, 3861, 3864, 3878, 3889, 
3890, 3895, 3897, 3914, S-449A, 
S-1766A 

Brandenburg, Hilprand (1442- 
1514; CF. WARNECKE 245) 240, 
966,979,1619 

BrandstAtter, Peter (1803) 1992 

Braunschweig-Oels, Friedrich 
August, duke of (1740-1805; 
CF. Warnecke 253-54) 2638 

Brecht, Basil 641 

Bredenau. St. Mary the Virgin 
574 



Bregenz (Tyrol) Benedictines 

682,1115 
Brem, Bonaventura (1755-1818; 

cf. Warnecke 2409 and Oates 

32)902,1655,1732 
Bremen. Bibliothek 727 
Brenkhausen see Ahausen an der 

Brenz 
Brescia. Franciscans 23 10, 2315 
Breslau. Augustinian Canons 27 
Breslau. Augustinian Hermits (S. 

Dorothea) 2499 
Breslau. Cathedral Library 1707 
Breslau. Hospital of St. Matt- 
hew 188, 464 
Breslau. UniversitAtsbiblio- 

thek 152, 1031 
Bretagne, Andre Joseph de (1674) 

701 
Breuner, Maximilian Ludwig, 

Graf 997 
Bricius de Cilia 2804 
Bridgewater Library 1 175 
Brigantium see Bregenz 
Briggs, Thomas 2249 
Brigham, Clarence Saunders 

(1877-1963)1458,3671 
Brighi, Paolo (cf. Bragaglia T- 

93)2408 
Bright, Benjamin Heywood (d. 

1843)3294 
Bright, Jonathan Brown (1800- 

1879)3490 
Brigolinus, Paulus (1528) 3312 
Brimmer, Mrs. Martin 27 
British Museum see London. 

British Museum 
Britwell Library 3485 
Brixen. Franciscans 762, 1097, 

1100,1232 
Brixen. Poor Clares (S. Elisa- 
beth) 224, 257, 1584 



324 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Broca, Dr. — 2098, 2414 

Broccoli, Angelo (1841-1924) 
1988 

Brochardus, Claudius 1648 

Brohon,Jean(d. 1575)3776 

Bromasira (?), G. ( 186 1)683 

Bromasone (?), G. (1762) 1219 

Bromm,H.481 

Brooke, Sir Thomas, bart. 
(1830-1908) 960, 2634, 2672, 
2965 

Brooks, Francis 3736A 

Brooks, John Graham (H 1875, 
1846-1938)681,707 

Brough, William S. 2752 

Brown, Ammi (1852)3183 

Brown, Davenport (H '01, b. 
1879) 15, 29, 423, 553, 558, 992, 
1115, 1125, 1160, 1205, 1221, 
1225, 1552, 1578, 1612, 1808, 
1883, 2032, 2210, 3652, 3680, 
3693,3844,3912,3935 

Browne, Edward 401 1 

Brownlow, Adelbert Welling- 
ton Brownlow Cust, 3d earl 
(1844-1921)1357 

Broxbourne Library see Ehrman, 
Albert 

Bruce, Charles, 3d earl of AILES- 
bury**^ ailesbury 

Bruce, John Wyndham (1810?- 
1868)2853 

Bruce, Tyndall 1136 

Bruce of Ampthill, Charles, 
viscount see Ailesbury, Char- 
les Bruce, 3d earl of 

Brudenell-Bruce, Henry Augus- 
tus, 5th marquess of Ailes- 
bury see Ailesbury 

Bruhls^ Prull 

Brunellus, Ambrosius 2808 

Brunet, P. 3128 



Brunner, Michael (1519) 225 
Brunschwig, Silvain S. (b. 1882) 

924 
Bryant, Douglas Wallace (1913- 

1994)1318A 
Bryggs see Briggs 
Brzeznica. Jesuits 2350, 271 1 
Bubulcuer (?), Angnetus 3790 
Buchaillet, N. (1565) 2591 
Buchan, David Steuart Erskine, 
24th earl of (1742-1829) 2991 
Buchanan, John Grier (LL.B '12) 

1741,2465 
Buchlowitz. Library 2624A 
Bunau, Heinrich, Graf von 

(1697-1762)1453 
Butz, Martin (1528) 525 
Bullard, William Norton (H 
1875, 1853-1931) 43, 44, 45, 46, 
53,67,71,76,109,117,142,148, 
153,162,171,173,181,187,189, 
191, 203, 204, 218, 229, 250, 262, 
269, 273, 277, 283, 286, 290, 301, 
305, 309, 3 1 1 , 312, 3 15, 323, 327, 
362, 395, 405, 407, 417, 425, 433, 
435, 438, 444, 448, 488, (491b), 
493, 502, 516, 524, 531, 537, 538, 
541 , 542, 546, 552, 565, 566, 569, 
571, 574, 595, 599, 600, 610, 611, 
615, 619, 622, 624, 625, 628, 645, 
659, 666, 673, 680, 697, 698, 723, 
734, 737, 740, 742, 745, 750, 753, 
754, 758, 770, 777, 796, 797, 798, 
799, 803, 808, 810, 812, 817, 822, 
825, 827, 828, 829, 839, 849, 859, 
863, 873, 876, 892, 896, 899, 905, 
916, 926, 973, 997, 998, 1000, 
1005, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1019, 
1026, 1032, (1033a), 1037, 1044, 
1047, 1051, 1055, 1058, 1066, 
1069, 1072, 1077, 1080, 1094, 
(1100a), 1111, 1116, 1117, 1138, 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



325 



1151, 


1152, 


1154, 


1157, 


1165, 


1171, 


1172, 


1181, 


1184, 


1189, 


1192, 


1195, 


1220, 


1228, 


1241, 


1248, 


1265, 


1297, 


1352, 


1368, 


1369, 


1378, 


1383, 


1386, 


1402, 


1416, 


1429, 


1433, 


1448, 


1449, 


1452, 


1453, 


1475, 


1483, 


1485, 


1495, 


1507, 


1598, 


1609, 


1626, 


1678, 


1679, 


1692, 


1719, 


1720, 


1740, 


1749, 


1755, 


1760, 3 


1 763 A, 


1766, 


1770, 


1821, 


1829, 


1832, 


1836, 


1840, 


1841, 


1846, 


1849, 


1858, 


1868, 


1874, 


1876, 


1878, 


1881, 


1890, 


1897, 


1932, 


1956, 


1967, 


1977, 


1978, 


1983, 


1987, 


1989, 


2000, 


2005, 


2011, 


2014, 


2015, 


2018, 


2021, 


2023, 


2024, 


2025, 


2027, 


2029, 


2035, 


2037, 


2038, 


2040, 


;2042a 


), 2045 


2051, 


2065, 


2069, 


2081A 


, 2098, 


2105, 


2107, 


2130, 


2137, 


2138, 


2141, 


2153, 


2162, 


2163, 


2186, 


2187, 


2192A, 2194 


,2195 


,2197, 


2201, 


2206, 


2213, 


2233, 


2238, 


2244, 


2245, 


2246, 


2247, 


2248, 


2250, 


2255, 


2263, 


2270, 


2282, 


2286, 


2288, 


2294, 


2299, 


2303, 


2305, 


2310, 


2315, 


2320, 


2321, 


2322, 


2323, 


2325, 


2326, 


2328, 


2331, 


2336, 


2336A, 2338 


, 2342, 


2343, 


2344, 


2344A, 2345 


, 2346, 


2348, 


2349, 


2350, 


2351, < 


2360, 2368C, 


2374, 


2392, 


2398, 


2401, 


2414, 


2416, 


2420, 


2422, 


2428, 


2437, 


2440, 


2444, 


2446, 


2457, 


2459, 


2463, 


2473, 


2476, 


2495, 


2497, 


2498, 


2500, 


2504, 


2505, 


2513, 


2522, 


2525, 


2527, 


2532, 


2534, 


2538, 


2544, 


2548, 


2569, 


2585, 


2596, 


2598, 


2602, I 


2604B, 


2608, 


2612, 


2614, 


2615, 


2620, 


2624, 



2624A, 2626, (2626b), 2630A, 



2642, 2646, 2658, 2659, 2677, 
2681, 2692, 2695, 2702A, (2702a), 

2704, 2705, 2707, 2708, 2709, 

2710, 2711, 2712, 2716, 2726, 

2732, 2742, 2746, 2761, 2768, 

2769, 2772, 2775, 2778, 2780, 

2790, 2791, 2805, 2810, 2814, 

2821, 2824, 2825, 2826, 2827, 

2828, 2830, 2857, 2867, 2876, 

2878, 2885, 2890, 2898, 2909, 

2941, 2961, 2976, 2988, 2989, 

3028, 3072, 3074, 3080, 3132, 

3136, 3138, 3141, 3147, 3152, 

3156, 3181, 3187, 3189, 3191, 

3202, 3204, 3206, 3209, 3212, 

3213, 3217, 3219, 3220, 3224, 

3235, 3236, 3238, 3240, 3241, 

3242, 3246, 3248, 3263, 3277, 

3280, 3303, 3337, 3344, 3366, 

3381, 3388, 3418, 3425, 3428, 

3435, 3436, 3441, 3442, 3444, 

3445, 3446, 3447, 3450, 3451, 

3454, 3458, 3459, 3467, 3468, 

3475, 3491, 3497, 3503, 3506, 

3520, 3525, 3527, 3532, 3535, 

3545, 3550, 3555, 3556, 3595, 

3600, 3601, 3626, 3631, 3646, 
3665, 3667, 3682A, 3685, 3698, 

3700, 3717, 3719, 3728, 3740, 

3768, 3774, 3798, 3803, 3816, 
3832, 3834, 3835, (3863a), 

(3839a), 3846, (3851a), 3891, 
3927, 3943, 3953, 3984, S-2989A, 
S-3194A,S-3329A 
BvLZANOsee Bolzano 

BUONSEGNI FAMILY, FLORENCE 1570 

buratelli, vincenzo 1724 
Burden, William Armisted 

Moale (H '27, 1906-1984) 1095 
Burdigalas^ Bordeaux 
Bureau, Laurent, bishop of Sis- 

teron (1448-1504) 1649 



326 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



BURESIUS (?), CHRISTOPHORUS 2 1 78 

Burling, Edward Burnham (H 

1891,1870-1966)1423 
Burmann, Pieter, (1668-1741)74, 

1793 
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley 

(1833-1898)2686 
Burnham, Daniel Hudson (Hon 

1893,1846-1912)202 
Burns, John William 2661 
Bursfeld. S. Thomas 574 
Bursis, Bassianus de 3 1 29 
Business Historical Society, 

Inc. 2859 
Butler, Charles (1821-1910) 62, 
233, 497, 1565, 3062, 3079, 3837, 
3931 
Butorinus, Matthias 1858 
Butrius, Julius Caesar 3 109 
Buxford, Bernhard 2160 
Buxheim. Carthusians 95, 118, 
139, 182, 238, 240, 523, 556, 736, 
759, 932, 966, 979, 1210, 1220, 
1619, 2256, 2806, 3040, S-195A, 
S-207A, S-1229A(cf. Warnecke 
302) 
Byrne, James (H 1877, 1857-1942) 
198, 270, 470, 476, 508, 576, 614, 
620, 721, 826, 912, 1431, 1982, 
2039, 2088, 2120, 2146, 2192, 
2212, 2253, 2419, 2488, 2530, 
2759, 2831, 2835, 2880, 2892, 
2897, 3145, 3405, 3449, 3651, 
3662, 3664, 3692, 3783, 3929 

C, A. 2584 

C.C.E.H.Z.W.O.2522 

CCS. (?)1367 

C. D.F.T. 1756 

C. H. (1784)1831 

C. H. B. (1876)886, 1137 

CJ.H.262 



C.L.N.(?)3191 

C.O.G.2787 

C. P. 343 

C. P. S. I. 900 

C. S. A. C. see Strauch, Cornelius 

Cabot, James Elliot (H 1840, 

1821-1903)2009 
Caburri, Carlo, viscount 2737, 

2740 
Cacchina,Theodorus (1624) 2633 
Cadenet family 3693 
Caesar, Johannes see Kaiser, 

Johann 
Caietanus, Antonius (1702) 3467 
Calceria, Antonius de 1336 
Calearius, — 1636 
Calligarius, Thomas (1591) 3419 
Callir, Alessandro 2938 
Calpurnio, Giovanni (1443-1503) 

1293 
Cam (?),J.G. (1835)1959 
Cambrai,Ambroisede(1475) 1289 
Camillus, — 1912 
Campbell, William Henry (M.D. 

1865, d. 1884)2432,3305 
Campellieri, Giuseppe 2557 

CAMPIDONUM5<?<? Kempten 
CAMPILILIA5£<? Lilienfeld 
Campus Mariae see Marienfeld, 

Westphalia 
Cam usat, Joseph (1748)3321 
Canaday, Ward Murphey (H '07, 
1885-1976) 99, 122, 329, 726, 
1283, 1285, 1289, 1296, 1321, 
1341, 1344, 1347, 1356, 1370, 
(1376A), 1482, 1484, 1496, 1501, 
1509, 1515, 1516, 1524, 1528, 
1533, 1538, 1549, 1550, 1553, 
1554, 1564, 1566, 1569, 1576, 
1593, 1599, 1606, 1621, 1650, 
1653, 1663, 1728, 1750, 1751, 
1753, 1754, 1774, 1777, 1778, 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



327 



1809, 1814, 1819, 1826, 1835, 
1856, 1923, 2061, 2070, 2082, 
2094, 2175, 2176, 2177, 2211, 
2226, 2283, 2380, 2425, 2427, 
2478, 2631, 2639, 2641, 2649, 
2651, 2656, 2671, 2675, 2683, 
2688, 2743, 2748, 2750, 2753, 
2771, 2776, 2782, 2792, 2795, 
2832, 2838, 2844, 2849, 2856, 
2895, 2936, 2938, 2971, 2972, 
2979, 2987, 2992, 3024, 3054, 
3094, 3104, 3106, 3128, 3157, 
3174, 3177, 3203, 3210, 3223, 
3281, 3291, 3319, 3330, 3371, 
3406, 3533, 3676, 3741, 3744, 
3849,S-1269A 

Candia, Giuseppe Mario, gonte di 
(1810-1883)1648 

Canterius, Antonius 2704 

Cantzler, Leonhard 1941, 1948, 
1949,1951 

Capilupi (?), Alessandro 1912 

capra family, vicenza3134, 3423, 
3480, 3484 

Capuchins (Unidentified monas- 
tery) 1991, 2611, 2748, 2750, 
3595 

Carafa, Francesco, duca di Forli 
see Forli 

Carafa, Marzio Pacecco, duca di 

MADDALONI see MADDALONI 

Carbonel, Pedro Miguel (1434?- 

1517)2436,2846 
Carchasolis, Donatus di 3 138 
Caridell(P), H.3760 
Carl, Johann Caspars^ Karl 
Carlos III, king of Spain (1716- 

1788)3139 
Carmelites(P) (Unidentified 

monastery) 2722 
Carmento, Cesare3210 
Carmichael, Thomas David 



Gibson -Carmichael, 1st baron 

(1859-1926)2685 
Carpentarius, Philippus (b. 1497) 

1259 
Carpenter, Charles Carroll 

(1836-1918)S-1114A 
Carpenter, J. E. S-l 1 14A 
Carroccio, Giovanni Agostino 

3157 
Carthusians (Unidentified mon- 
astery) 476, 3593 
Cartolanus, Lutius 2341 
Cary, Guy Fairfax (H '02, 1879- 

1950) 161, 209, 853, 1210, 1953 
Casale. Dominicans 3 143, 3229 
Cassano, Luigi Serra, duca di (cf. 

Bragaglia 887) 1723 
Castel Durante (Urbino) 1656 
Castello, Octavianus de 2274 
Castlecraig Library 2094 

CASTRUM MARIAE5^ Wedderen 

Cava dei Tirrenl S. Stefano 2866 

Cavaleri, Michele (b. 1813?; cf. 
Bragaglia 1844) 117, 1452, 
1551,1836,2133,2176 

Cavendish, William George 
Spencer, 6th duke of Devon- 
shire w Devonshire 

Celestines (Unidentified mon- 
astery) 3811 

Celsus, Julius 3306 

Celtes, Conradus (1459-1508) 
2635 

Cenci, Antonio 2087 

Cepollinus, Dominicus 3222 

Cerralbo, Manuel dAguilera y 
Ligues, marques de 1326 

Cessole, Henry, comte de see 
Spitalieri 

Chadbourne, Arthur Patterson 
(H 1885, B. 1862) 3725, 3726, 
3727 



328 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Chadwick, James Read (H 1865, 

1844-1905)3586 
Chamberlaine, Augustus Porter 

(H 1847, 1827-1909) 2630A 
Chambers, Robert (d. 1871)3627 
Charreton, Pierre 3782A 
Charrington, John (1856-1939) 

3931 
Chase, Frank Eugene (H 1876, 

1857-1920)1860,3790 
Chateau de la Roche Guyon. 

Bibliotheque 3674 
Chatsworth see Devonshire, 

dukes OF 
Chauncey, Charles (1706-1777) 

3039 
Chauncey, Nathaniel 3039 
Chellis, Antonius de 3789 
Cheney, Edward (1803-1884) 2990 
Cherendorfer, J. 89 
Chermside, Sir Robert Alex- 
ander (1787-1860) 3594 
Cherubino of Piacenza, O.S.F. 

1670 
Chichester. Cathedral. Dean 

and Chapter 2868 
Child, Francis James (H 1846, 

1825-1896)855 
Child Memorial Library 237, 

1114, 1145, 2309, S-450A 
Child-Villiers, Victor Albert 

George, 7th earl of Jersey see 

Jersey 
Chivasso. Convent of St. 

Nicolas 3751 
Chouet de Bollemont, A. 3866 
Christie-Miller Library see 

Britwell Library 
Chuppinus, Nicolaus 3628 
Cigalini family 1591, 1597, 1658, 

1779,2808,2809 
Cigertia,J.3110 



Cilley, Frank H. 937 

Cingoli. Benedictine Nuns(?) 
3526 

Cistercians (Unidentified mon- 
astery) 3 120 

Clark, Charles Walker (1871- 
1933)2765 

Clark, Mrs. Charles Walker 217, 
364, 408, 522, 660, 995, 1304, 
1743, 3171, 3268, 3269, 3589, 
3841,3918,3936 

Clarke, Hyde (1815-1895) 3813 

Clarus,A. 2354 

Clifford, Charles Walter (b. 
1841?) 2555 

Clinton, Henry Pelham Archi- 
bald Douglas Pelham, 7th 
duke of Newcastle see New- 
castle 

Clopton, William (1613-1670) 
3813 

Closs, Adolf (1840-1894) 2160 

Clumber Library see Newcastle- 
under-Lyne, Henry Pelham 
Archibald Douglas Pelham- 
Clinton, 7th duke of 

Coat of arms, Unidentified 673, 
865, 1098, 1251, 1290, 1298, 
1301, 1302, 1304, 1306, 1312, 
1319, 1321, 1331, 1360, 1362, 
1467, 1511, 1526, 1529, 1533, 
1552, 1569, 1606, 1647, 1712, 
1762, 1881, 1891, 1903, 1913, 
1914, 1956, 2043, 2066, 2067, 
2590, 2762, 2802, 2885, 3050, 
3093, 3171, 3172, 3192, 3273, 
3328, 3348, 3352, 3370, 3373, 
3391 , 3487, 3603, 3682, 3699 

Coatof arms, Unidentified, with 
motto: vlrtutis amore 3704 

cockerell, sir sydney carlyle 
(1867-1962)3513 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



329 



COESFELD. CAPUCHINS 242, 388 

Colbacchini, Giuseppe (1832- 

1882)1702 
Colbert, Jean-Baptiste (1619- 

1683)1547,3267 
Cole, Hamilton 3847 
Cole, John William (d. 1870)2468 
Coleman, John Noble (1792- 

1872)961 
Coleridge, Anthony Derwent S- 

262A 
Coleridge, Edith S-262A 
Coleridge, Ernest Hartley 

(1846-1920) S-262A 
Coleridge, Gerard Hartley 

Buchanan S-262A 
Coleridge, Hartley (1796-1849) 

S-262A 
Coleridge, Herbert (1830-1861) 

S-262A 
Coleridge, Sara (1802-1852) S- 

262A 

COLESWORTHY, DANIEL CLEMENT 

(1810-1893)857 

College of St. Mary Magdalene 
(Unidentified) 757 

Collegium Solebanum (Uniden- 
tified) 3554 

Colleone, David 1629 

COLLiN,J.C.385,386,387 

Colloretanus, Josephus 1702 

Colmar. Augustinian Hermits 
755 

Cologne. Carmelites 372, 1154, 
1829 

Cologne. Gymnasial-Bibliothek 
3911 

Colorno Silva, Alberto 3960 

Colwell, Thomas 1752 

Colworth Library (1827) 718 

Combes, Edward 4002 

Conant, Edwin (H 1829, 1810- 



1891)2017 
Conde, Louis II de Bourbon, 

prince de (1621-1686) 3140, 

3142,S-2220A 
Condulmarius, Johannes 3212 
conegliano. fratres cruciferi 

2097 
conoviana, blbliotheca5£<? con- 

way, Frederick William 
Constable, David 4003 
Constable, William 3873 
Constantiis, Paganus de 2022 

CONSTANTIUS FUND see SOPHOCLES, 

Evangelinus Apostolides 
Contius, Antonius 2678 

CONVENTUS ANGELORUM (UNIDEN- 
TIFIED) 2752 

Conventus S. Anton i i de Mor- 
binio (Unidentified) 3115 

Conventus S. Himerii (Uniden- 
tified) 3334 

Conway, Frederick William 
(1787-1853)1108 

Coole, Matthew 3894 

Coolidge, Archibald Cary (H 
1887, 1866-1928) 32, 42, 47, 94, 
104, 107, 131, 150, 179, 185, 215, 
216,240,281,330,366,469,477, 
483, 484, 485, (491 A), 520, 540, 
549, 550, 577, 612, 644, 650, 651, 
653, 655, 668, 700, 701, 706, 804, 
911, 945, 947, 949, 985, 1004, 
1006, 1030, 1049, 1134, 1155, 
1182, 1249, 1255, 1256, 1259, 
1322, 1337, 1346, 1374, 1375, 
1377, 1384, 1387, 1393, 1397, 
1398, 1399, 1406, 1407, 1410, 
1414, 1415, 1420, 1426, 1430, 
1432, (1432A), (1432b), 1434, 
1435, 1454, 1456, 1462, 1468, 
1470, 1479, 1481, 1490, 1494, 
1497, 1503, 1508, 1560, 1731, 



330 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



1734, 1784, 1799, 1889, 1969, 
2189, 2408, 2438, 2501, 2718, 
2756, 2819, 3066, 3083, 3089, 
3264, 3285, 3296, 3325, 3332, 
3402, 3413, 3434, 3510, 3612, 
3622, 3625, 3673, 3691, 3775, 
3826, 3875, 3888, S-1619B 

Coolidge, Joseph Randolph 
(LL.B. 1854, D. 1925) 32, 42, 47, 
94, 104, 107, 131, 150, 179,185, 
215, 216, 240, 281, 330, 366, 383, 
469, 477, 483, 484, 485, 520, 549, 
550, 612, 644, 650, 651, 653, 655, 
668, 701, 706, 800, 804, 91 1, 931, 
945, 947, 949, 985, 1004, 1006, 
1030, 1049, 1134, 1155, 1182, 
1249, 1255, 1256, 1259, 1322, 
1337, 1374, 1375, 1377, 1384, 
1387, 1397, 1406, 1407, 1410, 
1415, 1420, 1426, 1430, 1432, 
(1432A), (1432b), 1454, 1456, 
1462, 1468, 1470, 1479, 1481, 
1490, 1494, 1497, 1503, 1508, 
1731, 1784, 1799, 1889, 2189, 
2408, 2501, 2756, 3066, 3083, 
3089, 3264, 3285, 3296, 3325, 
3332, 3434, 3510, 3612. 3622. 
3625. 3673, 3691, 3775, 3875, 
3888,S-1619B 

Coolidge, Thomas Jefferson, Jr. 
(H 1884, 1863-1912) 1 149, 1635A 

Coolidge, William Appleton (H 
'24, B. 1901)1149, 1635A 

Cooper, T. B.3107 

Cooper, Thomas Yost (H '06, b. 
1884)2990 

Cope, Mrs. Thomas P. 1 7 1 2 

Cope family 159 

Copinger, Walter Arthur 
(1847-1910) 198, 270, 470, 476, 
508, 576, 614, 620, 721, 826, 912, 
1431, 2088, 2120, 2146, 2192, 



2212, 2253, 2419, 2488, 2530, 
2759, 2835, 2880, 2892, 2897, 
3145, 3405, 3651, 3662, 3664, 
3692,3783 

Coppenole, J. B. van 2540 

Cordier,J. 1125 

Corput, Edouard Bernard Henri 
Joseph van den 1891, 1892 

Corranius, Dionysius 2640 

Correa, Luis (3987a) 

Cosenza. Convent (Unidenti- 
fied) 3077 

Costa della Trinita, Filiberto 
Remigio, conte (d. 1826; cf. 
Bragaglia 1587-88) 1283, 1553, 
1566 

Cottier, Charles 269 

Countway Library 24, 39, 43, 44, 
45, 46, 48, 53, 57, 67, 68, 71, 76, 
109, 117, 142, 144, 147, 148, 153, 
156,162,165,171,173,177,178, 
181,187,188,189,191,203,204, 
210, 218, 224, 229, 247, 249, 250, 
262, 269, 273, 277, 283, 286, 290, 
301, 305, 309, 31 1, 312, 315, 323, 
327, 362, 395, 405, 407, 417, 419, 
424, 425, 433, 435, 438, 444, 448, 
452, 461, 482, 486, 488, 491, 
(491B), (491c), 493, 495, 502, 516, 
524, 531, 537, 538, 541, 542, 543, 
546, 552, 560, 562, 564, 565, 566, 
569, 571, 574, 585, 586, 589, 590, 
595, 598, 599, 600, 610, 611,615, 
619, 622, 624, 625, 628, 630, 632, 
634, 640, 645, 659, 663, 666, 673, 
680, 693, 697, 698, 723, 734, 737, 
740, 742, 745, 750, 753, 754, 758, 
762, 770, 777, 796, 797, 798, 799, 
803, 805, 808, 810, 81 1, 812, 814, 
817, 822, 823, 825, 827, 828, 829, 
(833a), 839, 849, 856, 859, 861, 
863, 866, 873, 876, 892, 896, 899, 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



331 



901, 905, 909, 913, 914, 915, 916, 
926, 957, 973, 989, 996, 997, 998, 
1000, 1005, 1013, 1014, 1015, 
1019, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1031, 
1032, 1033, (1033a), 1037, 1044, 
1047, 1051, 1055, 1058, 1066, 
1068, 1069, 1072, 1077, 1080, 
1088, 1089, 1094, (1100a), 1105, 
1106, 1111, 1116, 1117, 1138, 
1144, 1151, 1152, 1154, 1157, 
1165, 1171, 1172, 1181, 1184, 
1185, 1186, 1188, 1189, 1192, 
1195, 1197, 1199, 1220, 1228, 
1241, 1248, 1265, 1268, 1297, 
1326, 1352, 1365A, 1368, 1369, 
1378, 1383, 1386, 1388, 1396, 
1402, 1411, 1416, 1417, 1429, 
1433, 1448, 1449, 1452, 1453, 
1460, 1465, 1466, 1469, 1475, 
1476, 1483, 1485, 1489, 1495, 
1504, 1505, 1507, 1557, 1559, 
1598, 1609, 1616, 1622, 1626, 
1631, 1637, 1678, 1679, 1692, 
1703, 1719, 1720, 1724, 1732, 
1740, 1749, 1755, 1756, 1760, 
1763, 1763A, 1766, 1770, 1803, 
1812, 1821, 1824, 1828, 1829, 
1832, 1836, 1838, 1839, 1840, 
1841, 1846, 1849, 1853A, 1858, 
1868, 1874, 1876, 1878, 1881, 
1890, 1897, (1902a), 1912, 1932, 
1956, 1967, 1972, 1973, 1977, 
1978, 1979, 1981A, 1983, 1985, 
1987, 1989, 1990, 1998, 2001, 
2003, 2008, 2011, 2015, 2018, 
2021, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, 
2027, 2029, 2030, 2031, 2035, 
2037, 2038, 2038A, 2040, 2042, 
(2042a), 2045, 2046, 2047, 2051, 
2058, 2063, 2065, 2069, 2072, 
2077, 2081A, 2098, 2105, 2107, 
2119, 2130, 2137, 2138, 2141, 



2143, 2153, 2162, 2163, 2171, 
2186, 2187, 2192A, 2194, 2195, 
2197, 2199, 2201, 2205, 2206, 
2208, 2213, 2216, 2220, 2228, 
2229A, 2232, 2233, 2238, 2242, 
2244, 2245, 2246, 2247, 2248, 
2249, 2250, 2255, 2263, 2265, 
2270, 2281, 2282, 2286, 2288, 
2291, 2294, 2295, 2296, 2299, 
2303, 2305, 2308, 2310, 2313, 
2315, 2320, 2321, 2322, 2323, 
2324, 2325, 2326, 2327, 2328, 
2331, 2335, 2336, 2336A, 2338, 
2341, 2342, 2343, 2344, 2344A, 
2345, 2346, 2348, 2349, 2350, 
2351, 2354, 2360, 2361, 2368C, 
2374, 2377, 2382, 2385, 2386, 
2387, 2388, 2392, 2398, 2401, 
2405, 2414, 2416, 2428, 2420, 
2422, 2428, 2432, 2435A, 2437, 
2440, 2444, 2446, 2455, 2457, 
2459, 2460, 2463, 2473, 2476, 
2477, 2495, 2497, 2498, 2500, 
2504, 2505, 2513, 2522, 2525, 
2527, 2532, 2534, 2538, 2542, 
2543, 2544, 2548, 2563, 2565, 
2569, 2585, 2590, 2596, 2598, 
2599, 2602, 2604B, 2606, 2607, 
2608, 2612, 2614, 2615, 2620, 
2624, 2624A, 2626, (2626b), 
(2626D), 2626A, 2630A, 2642, 
2643A, 2644A, 2645A, 2646, 
2652, 2658, 2673, 2677, 2680, 
2681, 2692, 2695, 2697, 2698, 
2699, 2700, 2702A, (2702a), 2704, 
2705, 2707, 2708, 2709, 2710, 
2711, 2712, 2716, 2717, 2726, 
2727, 2729, 2731, 2732, 2742, 
2746, 2749, 2754, 2755, 2761, 
2767, 2768, 2769, 2772, 2775, 
2778, 2779, 2780, 2790, 2791, 
2805, 2807, 2810, 2814, 2818, 



332 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



2821, 2822, 2824, 2825, 2826, 
2827, 2828, 2830, 2836, 2840, 
2841, 2847, 2848, 2857, 2867, 
2868, 2876, 2878, 2885, 2890, 
2898, 2909, 2941, 2961, 2963, 
2976, 2981, 2988, 2989, 2994, 
3028, 3050, 3051, 3072, 3074, 
3076, 3080, 3110, 3111, 3132, 
3136, 3138, 3141, 3147, 3152, 
3156, 3159, 3165, 3181, 3185, 
3187, 3189, 3191, 3194, 3199, 
3200, 3202, 3204, 3206, 3209, 
3212, 3213, 3217, 3219, 3220, 
3221, 3224, 3228, 3232, 3235, 
3236, 3237, 3238, 3240, 3241, 
3242, 3246, 3248, 3249, 3250, 
3251, 3253, 3263, 3277, 3277A, 
3280, 3299, 3303, 3315, 3321, 
3324, 3334, 3337, 3344, 3349, 
3353, 3358, 3366, 3374, 3381, 
3388, 3411, 3418, 3425, 3428, 
3432, 3435, 3436, 3441, 3442, 
3443, 3444, 3445, 3446, 3447, 
3450, 3451, 3453, 3454, 3458, 
3459, 3467, 3468, 3474, 3475, 
3479, 3485, 3489, 3491, 3497, 
3503, 3506, 3509, 3520, 3525, 
3527, 3529, 3532, 3535, 3545, 
3550, 3555, 3556, 3595, 3600, 
3601, 3611, 3626, 3628, 3631, 
3646, 3650, 3665, 3667, 3678, 
3682A, 3685, 3698, 3700, 3717, 
3719, 3728, 3731, 3732, 3733, 
3740, 3768, 3774, 3776, 3782A, 
3786, 3798, 3800, 3803, (3803a), 
3805, 3809, 3811, 3816, 3832, 
3834, 3835, (3836a), (3839a), 
3846, (3851A), 3891, 3925, 3927, 
3930, 3932, 3943, 3952, 3953, 
3984, Heb-6, Heb-25, Heb-28, S- 
147A, S-783A, S- 1068 A, S-2814A, 
S-2989A, S-3 194A, S-3329A 



COURBONNE, A. R. 2632 

Cox, Edwin Marion 1538, 2438 

Coxe, Brinton (1833-1892), 714, 

764,846,3855 
Coxe, Edmund James Drifton (H 

'03, 1881-1934) 714, 764, 846, 

1126 
Crafenmart (?), Georg (1492) 559 
Cralec, Wolfgang 2 1 24 
Cranch, William G. (d. 1871?) 

2004,2007,2013,2020 
Cratzs^Kratz 
Crausss^Krauss 
Crawford, James Ludovic Lind- 
say, 26th earl of (1847-1913) 

2225 
Crawford, William Horatio (d. 

1888) 487, 933, 942, 1266, 1312, 

1514, 1565, 1802, 3140, 3142, 

3163, 3947, S-2220A 
Crawshaw, E(dwin?) 251 , 398, 717, 

1180,2274 
Cressy, — 2089 
Crest (Unidentified) 1322 
Creuzer, Friedrigh (1771-1858) 

2960 
Crevenna, Pietro Antonio 

Bolongaro (1735-1792; cf. 

Bragaglia 879) 2739 
Crinitus, Petrus (16th cent.) 

1473 
Crofts, Thomas (1722-1 781) 1612, 

3307,3383,3485 
Crozat, Joseph Antoine, marquis 

deThugny (1699-1750) 1923 
Cruft, Sophia (Ingersoll) (d. 

1873)2095 
Cruft, William Smith (H 1834, 

1815-1851)2095,3055 
Crux, Johannes 2373 
Cruzat, Agostino 223 1 
Crymitzsch (?) Library 282 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



333 



culemann, friedrich georg 

Hermann (d. 1886) 884, 942 
Cummings, William Hayman 

(1831-1915)3670 
Cunliffe, Sir Henry 3872 
Cuno, Werner, of Braunschweig 

3831 
Cuper, Laurent (1528P-1594) 

2594, 2760 
Curtis, Frederic H. 2859 
Curtis, Horatio Greenough (H 

1865,1844-1922)2764 
Curzon, Robert, 14th baron 

ZOUCHES<?e ZOUCHE 

Cust, Adelbert Wellington 
Brownlow, 3d earl Brownlow 
see Brownlow 

Cutting, William Bayard, Jr. (H 

'00, 1878-1910)2862,2905,2907, 
3108,3162,3222,3492 
Czarnecki, Zygmunt (1823-1908) 
215 

D.,D.S-1342A 

D. H. 953 

D. I. B. 2515 

D.,M.3125 

D.R. H.(?)2829 

D. S. A. see Florence. Servites 

D.T. 1360,1362 

Daintrius (?), Thomas 1807 

Daly, Denis (1747-1791) 2691 

Damiani, — S-748A 

Dana, Solomon, rabbi Heb-10 

Daniel, Charles Henry (?) (1836- 

1919)3671 
Daniel, Franz (1775) 286 
Dante Society of Cambridge 

1790,3090 
Dasent, Sir George Webbe (1817- 

1896)2114 
Dasypodius, Theophilus 2663 



Davenport, Edward 2116, 2653, 
3781 

Davis, John Chandler Bancroft 
(H 1840, 1822-1907)1722 

De Angelis, P. M. (cf. Bragaglia 
293)2286 

Decius(?), Johannes 1 162 

Deetjen, Chris (1931) 863 

Degetrus, Johannes (1615) 793, 
809,1018 

Degrand, Peter Paul Francis 
(1787-1855) 308, 1016, 2823, 
3216, 3614, 3615, 3617, 3620, 
3645, 3661, 3668, 3670, 3681, 
3699, 3738, 3755, 3799, 3808, 
3819, 3833, (3838a), 3848 

Deinard, Ephraim (1846-1930) 
1997,2134,2135 

De Jonghe, Theodore, viscount 
3945 

De laGrotte, G. (?) 1589 

Delhoume, — , Dr. 2543 

Delius, — 480 

Dello Fonte, Bartolomeo see 

FONZIO 

Demarest, Theodore Freling- 

huysen Cornell (b. 1843)3901 
Demarest, W. 3901 
De Marinis, Tammaro5^ Marinis 
Denich, Sebastian, bishop (b. ca. 

1605; CF. Warnecke 377) 3 1 16 
Denkinger, Emma Marshall (H 

'13, B. 1890) 845, 1079, 1314, 

2099,3767 
Deodatus di Pisauro 3 159 
Deposchis(P), Franciscus Ludo- 

vicus1569 
Desbarreaux-Bernard, Tibulle 

Pellet (1798-1880) 3778 
Des Champs, Jacques (1677-1759) 

241 
Desgeorge, Maurice 3739 



334 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Desloges, Mauritius 2258 

Destailleur, Hippolyte (1822- 
1893)3080 

De Vegh, Imries**? Vegh 

De Vinne, Theodore Low (1828- 
1914)830 

Devonshire, William George 
Spencer Cavendish, 6th duke 
OF (1790-1858) 1582 

Devonshire, dukes of 3708, 3722 

Dexter, Susan Greene 1436, 3107 

Didot, Ambroise Firmin- see 
Firmin-Didot 

Dieck, Johann 2061 

Diederich, Joachim 683 

Dieterich, Otto 3734 

Dietrichstein zu Nikolsburg, 
Alexander, Furst von (1813- 
1871) 273, 723, 754, 758, 1005, 
1032, 1557, 1559, 1763A, 1846, 
2035, 2081A, 2130, 2440, 2679, 
2810, 2867, 3560, 3561, 3562, 
3563, 3564, 3565, 3566, 3567, 
3569, 3570, 3571, 3572, 3573, 
3574, 3575, 3576, 3577, 3578, S- 
3329A 

Digne. Franciscans 2280 

Dijon. Carmelites 3609 

Dijon. Carthusians 1328 

Dillingen. Jesuits 3796 

Dillon, John (d. 1868?) 2871 

Dindorf, Wilhelm (1802-1883) 
2665 

Dingolfing. Franciscans 1756 

Dini, Alberto 2873 

DlNKELSBUHL. BlBLIOTHECA S. 

Georgii 2152, 2252 
dlnkelsbuhl. carmelites 94 
dlnkelsbuhl. confraternitas 

Corpus Christi 1218 
dlnteville, frangois de, bishop 

ofAuxerre(d. 1530) 1649 



Dislan, Thomas (1741) 1712 

DlVION5^DlJON 

Dixon, Eleanor (Widener) (b. 
1891)3 

Dobyn, Robert 4004 

Dodge, Pickering (H 1823, 1804- 
1863)1771 

Doedes, Jacob Isaac (1817-1897) 
3909 

Doetsch,Antonius(1674) 1875 

Dogmersfield Library see Mild- 
may, Sir Henry St. John 

Dole, Mara E. S-1342A 

Dominicans (Unidentified mon- 
astery) 15, 1901, 2318, 2389, 
2524,S-110B 

Dominicans (Unidentified) Sts. 
Peter and Paul 1067 

dominici, bonamo, of pesaro 
1788 

DONATION FUND OF 1842 2739, 
3526 

DONATUS PORTENSIS (1531) 1026, 

1138 

DORBEAU, JEHAN 3777 

DORIA ROBERTI, BARTHOLOMAEUS 

2779 

DORSTADLER, F. 758 

Dortmund. Dominicans 343, 418 
Douce, Francis (1757-1834) 3618 
Dougherty, Manasses P. 456, 3830 
Douglas, Alexander Hamilton, 

10th duke of Hamilton see 

Hamilton 
Douglas, Sylvester, baron Glen- 

bervies<?<? glenbervie 
Doulcet, Reginald 3589 
Dow, Kenneth W. 3683 
Dowell, R.N. 3919 
Drake, William Walker 2094 
Drechsel, Georg (1500) 3490 
Drecker, Joseph 1820 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



335 



Dresden. Bibliotheca Electo- 
ralisPublica3349 

Dresden. Sachsische Landesbib- 
liothek 1044, 2522 

Drew, J. (1816)260,264 

Drexel, Lucy (Wharton) (d. 1912) 
744 

Drusius, Barth.J. 1157 

Duboys, — 3782 

DuBuyson, — 3914 

Dudley, John William Ward, 1st 
earl (1781-1833) 2364, 2735 

Dulmen. Carthusians 398, 403, 
414,430,1163,1164 

Duren. Franciscans 49 

Durnstein (Lower Austria) Au- 
gustinian Canons (B.M.V.) 508 

Duff, Edward Gordon (1863- 
1924) 560, 940, 3990?, 4001 

Duhem, Pierre Maurice Marie 
(1861-1916)1094,2318,2608 

Dumbarton Oaks Garden Li- 
brary 40, 999, 2433, 2682 

Dumbarton Oaks Library 672 

Dunbar, Charles Franklin (H 
1851, 1830-1900) 1913, 3308, 
3517 

Dunedin (N. Z.) Diocesan Library 
280, 1469 

Dundas, Sir David (1799-1877) 
1086 

Dunn, George (1865-1912) 82, 
120, 128, 159, 237, 318, 368, 378, 
379, 402, 412, 572, 660, 787, 838, 
918, 933, 962, 964, 968, 993, 
1096, 1133, 1163, 1164, 1330, 
1331, 1600, 1661, 1695, 1721, 
1768, 1770, 1797, 1946, 1952, 
2407, 3027, 3048, 3105, 3178, 
3295, 3312, 3329, 3334, 3335A, 
3355, 3369, 3427, 3430, 3456, 
3594, 3686, 3702, 3814, 3823, 



3841, 3920, 3926, 3934, 3937, 
3947, 3995, 3998, 4001, 4014, 
4015,4016,4017, 4019, (4021a), 
(4021b) 

Duplicate fund 102, 139,333,336, 
346, 350, 356, 391 , 657, 658, 776, 
832, 1073, 1323, 1355, 1373, 
1408, 1422, 1437, 1447, 1451, 
1472, 1698, 1722, 1771, 2049, 
2121, 2503, 2773, 2785, 2834, 
2843, 2913, 2928, 2921, 2922, 
2924, 2925, 2926, 2929, 2930, 
2932, 2933, 2937, 2929, 2944, 
2949, 2951, 2956, 2977, 2980, 
2982, 2983, 2985, 2986, 3005, 
3006, 3011, 3018, 3019, 3020, 
3025, 3032, 3035, 3284, 3379, 
3380, 3382, 3422, 3498, 3582, 
3682, 3870, 3902, 3928, 3979, S- 
345A,S-781A,S-978A 

Durand de Maillane, Pierre 
Toussaint (1729-1814) 3323 

Duregger, Johannes Cantius 730 

Durosier, Felix 2074 

Dutton, George Damon (H 1899, 
b. 1878)2235,3144 

Dutton, Marjorie S. 1142, 2235, 
3144 

Dutton, William Henry 51, 1325, 
4015 

Dyer, Louis (H 1874, 1851-1908) 
1790 



E (crowned monogram) see Saxe- 

Gotha, Ernst II, duke of 
E.567 
E. B. 1492 
E. G. 795 
E. H. 1831 
E.R.F. (?)1928 
E. S. 568, 862, 2033, 3405, 3683 



336 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Eastman, Theodore Jewett (H '01 , 

1879-1931)1137 
Eberhards-Klausen. Augustinian 

Canons 221, 714 
Ebnersacsus (?), Albertus 2432 
Egcles, Mary Morley (Crapo) 

Hyde, viscountess see Hyde 
Edwards, Arthur (d. 1743)437 
Eesteringk (?), Johann 964 
Eger. Dominicans 992, 1789 
Egerton, Sir Thomas (1540?- 1617) 

see Bridgewater Library 
Egger, Ferdinand d', count 906 
Egregio (?), Constantino 1643B 
Ehingen an der Donau. S. Mic- 

haelskapelle 207 
Ehrhardt, Sigismund Justus 

(1733-1793)282 
Ehrman, Albert (1890-1969) 979, 

1029, 1228, 1934,2609,3979 
Eichstatt. BibliothecaAulica63, 

1521,1527 
Einsiedeln (Switzerland) Bene- 
dictines 1205 
Eisenmenger, David 2065 
Eleonore, empress consort of 

Leopold I, emperor of Ger- 
many (1655-1720) 1688 
Elgin (Scotland) Dominicans 756 
Eliot, Charles William (H 1853, 

1834-1926)2820 
Ellenbog, Nikolaus (1481-1543) 

914 
Ellenbog, Ulrich (1435P-1499) 57, 

571,663,1144,1703,2069? 
Eloy, Bernardo 1326, 3076 
Elton, Mary Augusta (Strachey) 

(1838-1914)1639,2990 
Endicott, William, 3d (H 1887, 

1865-1941)3365 
Endorffer, HIERONYMUS3265 
Engellant, Petrus (d. 1512) 288 



Engelshofen, V. [i.e., von?] 1085, 

1416,2738 
Entzmuller, Johann Joachim see 

Windhaag 
Erberg, — 40 
Erfurt. Benedictines (Sts. Peter 

and Paul) 396, 845, 1209 
Ergen, Johann (1507) 1035, 1036 
Erlangen. Universitatsbiblio- 

THEK (CF. Warnecke 473) 33 1 1 

Ernst, F.B.M. (1828) 953 
Erskine, David Steuart, 24th 

EARL OF BUCHAN see BUCHAN 

Essling, Victor Massena, prince 
d' (1836-1910) 3012, 3026, 
(3035a), 3073, 3154, 3260, 3466 

Eugen, prince of Savoy (1663- 
1736)1520 

Evans, Sebastian (1830-1909) 680, 
899,3146 

Exchange 446, 1389, 1667, 1960, 
2174, 2236, 2297, 2304, 2364, 
2367, 2375, 2450, 2813, 3153, 
3301, 3385, 3674, 3791, 3794, 
(3860a), 3892, 3893, 3900 

Eystetts** Eichstatt 

Eziger, Judocus 2235, 3 144 

F.S.2872 

F. S. A. L. see Mosinger, Stephan 

F.W.36 

F. X. 2072 

Faber, — 2630,2644 

Faber, Johannes, bishop of 
Vienna (1478-1541; cf. War- 
necke p. 6) 1464, 1534, 2337 

Fabricius, Johann Albert (1 668- 
1736)3887 

Fabris, Adam de (1575) 1640 

Falkner, Frank 1693 

Falz(?), Antonius 2034 

Farington, Robert F. 3550 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



337 



FARRERAS, JAUMA (1652) 467 
FazakerleyJohn (b. 1757?) 3485 
Fearing, Daniel Butler (Hon '11, 
1859-1918) 213, 528, 719, 1148, 
1568, 1758, 1854, 1916, 1976, 
2028, 2056, 2200, 2738, 3047, 
3062, 3230, 3262, 3396, 3486, 
3543, 3818, 3874, 3921, 3997 
Feldkirch (Vorarlberg) Bene- 
dictines (S. Johannes) 905, 
1159 
Ferguson, Frederic Sutherland 

(1878-1967)317 
Ferguson, John 3699 
Feris, Baptista (d. 1497) 2857 
Fermo. Dominicans 2363 
Fernandes, Francisco A. 728 
Ferrara. Convent of St. Andreas 

2222 
Ferrara. Dominicans 1861,2198 
Ferreira, Bartholomeu, frater 

728 
Ferriz, Pedro, cardinal (1416- 

1478)1530,1539 
Ferruccius, Julianus 3501 
FeuerleinJohann Conrad (1720- 

1788; CF. WARNECKE 512-14) S- 
209A 
Fichard,Johann (1512-1581)354, 
380 

FlDERLING, GEORG 2441 

Field, William Bradhurst Os- 
good (d. 1949)3990 
Fiesole. Convent of St. Domini- 

CUS2318 
Finch, Sir Heneage (d. 1631)3857 
Finch, Robert (1 783-1830) 233 1 
Finch-Hatton, Edward (d. 1771) 

958 
Finger, Peter (1558) 749 
Finzi, Johannes Joachim Heb-28 
Firmin-Didot, Ambroise (1790- 



1876) 489, 1558, 2074, 2634, 

2965,3335,3417 
Firmo5£<? Fermo 
Fischer, Tobias (1576) 222 
Fischer von Waldheim, Gott- 

helf (1771-1853) 2692 
Fisher, Richard Chester (b. 1841) 

3632 
FitzJames, SirJohn (1470P-1542) 

4003 
Fitzroy, Augustus Henry, 3d 

duke of Grafton see Grafton 
Fivizzano (?) Libreria di S. Fran- 
cesco 2267, 2706 
Flacca, Antonius 3983 
Flaccius, Antonius 2437 
Flandrin, — (1 902) 2459 
Fleming, John F. 147l,S-945A 
Fleperk, Johannes 2435A 
Flore, Joseph de 2466 
Florence. Augustinian Canons 

(S. Michele di Campora) 2850 
Florence. Biblioteca Mediceo- 

Laurenziana 1976, 2028, 2738 
Florence. Biblioteca Pubblica 

1585,2850 
Florence. Carmelites (S. Paolo) 

2503, 2925, Heb-25 
Florence. Dominicans (S. Marco) 

2486A 
Florence. Franciscans (Ognis- 

santi) 1983 
Florence. S. Antonio 2865 
Florence. Servites (SS. Annun- 

ziata) 2966 
Florio, Vincenzo (1799-1868) 

1790 
Flower, John Wickham (1807- 

1873)3782 
Fobes, Francis Howard (H '04, 

1881-1957) 1671, 3357, 3362, 

3363 



338 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



FOCKEN, HERMANN 2464 

FORGIN(?), — 3353 

FOERTSCH, — (1804) 960 

Fogg Art Museum (Print Room) 
592, 730, 735, 977, 1302, 2784, 
2845, 2942, 302 1 , 3496, 3654 

Folliott, George 742, 750 

Fonzio, Bartolomeo (1445-1513) 
1660, 1667A 

Forbes, Allan (H 1897, 1874- 
1955)2859 

Forbes, John, of Boyndlie 3995 

Forestis, Jacobus Philippus DEsee 
Jacobus Philippus de Bergamo 

Forli, Francesco Carafa, duca di 
(cf. Bragaglia 1228) 1920, 2498 

Fortiguerra, Pyrrhus Gentilis 
3038 

Foscarini, Marco (1695-1763) 
1556 

Foscarini family, Venice 2669 

Fosse d'Arcosse, Emilien Fran- 
cois 3842 

Fountaine, Sir Andrew (1676- 
1753)1807,2407 

Fox, Henry Edward, 4th baron 
Holland see Holland 

Fractonibus, Venantius DE 1610 

Francis, Convers (H 1815, 1795- 
1863)1793 

Francis, D.G. (1891)3498 

Franciscan Conventuals (Uni- 
dentified monastery) 1019 

Franciscan Conventuals (S. 
Crux, unidentified monas- 
tery) 2026 

Franciscans (Unidentified mon- 
astery) 155, 199, 236, 713, 2025, 
2082,2373,3905 

Frankenstein. Dominicans (S. 
Crux) 1157 

Frankfurt am Main. Dominicans 



427,463,1225 
Frankfurt am Main. Stadt- u. 

Universitatsbibliothek 25, 

2317 
Franz I, emperor of Germany(?) 

(1708-1765)1585 
Freiburg (Switzerland) see Fri- 

BOURG 

Freiburg im Breisgau. Univer- 
sitatsbibliothek 131, 135,434, 
968, 1094 

Freund, Georg 2615 

Frexius, Antonius 2653 

Fribourg. Franciscans 3774 

Friedman, Lee Max (H 1893, 1871- 
1957) 64, 293, 294, 510, 555, 765, 
771, 781, 830, 831, 893, 933, 938, 
974, 1017, 1147, 1150, 1269, 
1273, 1275, 1372, 1404, 1440, 
1487, 1873, 2850, 2910, 3182, 
3279, 3290, 3455, 3483, 3515, 
3772,3865,3958 

Friedmann, Felix Heb-4, Heb-32 

Friends of the Harvard College 
Library 292, 313, 603, 1029, 
1041, 1070, 1231, 1233, 1525, 
3399,3634,3898,3933 

Friends of the Harvard Law 
School Library 1333, 1523, 
2126 

Frisay (?), Johannes 3825 

Frisia. Ordines490 

Frisperg, Johann Georg Ludwig 
Gottfried (1739) 569 

Frizon, Pierre 3589 

Furstenberg, Hans (b. 1890) 940 

Furstenfeld. Cistercians 573 

Furstenzell. Cistercians 

(B.M.V.)697 

Fuessen. Benedictines (S. Mag- 
nus) 72, 73, 778, 821,3093 

Fulda. Franciscans 279, 672 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



339 



Fuller, Willard Perrin (H '10, b. 

1888)670 
Fulton, John Farquhar (H '21, 

1899-1960)1763,2847 
Fumanelli, Antonio (16th gent.) 

3314 
Furstenberg, Jean see Fursten- 

berg, Hans 

G., A. 3060 

G.,C3685 

G.C.2595 

G. L. 2963 

G. S. D. D. K. 547 

Gabay de Murello, Michael 1771 

Gabellino (?), — , marchese di 

2238 
Gabriel de Crema, Augustinian 

3263 
Gaffurius, Hieronymus 2827 
Gaggio Montano (Bologna) 

Monastery of St. Catherine 

1305 
Gaguandus (?), G. 3815 
Gaibelius,Johannes3157 
Gaignat, Louis Jean (1697-1768) 

1522,2849 
Gaisford, Thomas (1779-1855) 

3111 
Galiota, Mario 2855 
Galitzin, Mikhail Aleksandro- 

vich, princess Golitsyn 
Gallant, A. C. de 670 
Galletti, Gustavo Camillo 2978 
Gaming, Austria. Carthusians 

2207 
Gamsford, W. D. 252 
Gamundia w SchwAbisch-Gmund 
Gandolfi, A. (1919)2910 
Gandon, Constantin 2338 
Ganz, Robert Norton (H '21, b. 

1900)2038A 



GARERT, PHELIBERT3782 

Garigli, Bartolommeo (1539) 351 
Garigli, Matteo (1539) 351 
Garman, Samuel (Hon 1899, 1843- 

1927)2010 
Gars. Augustinian Canons (cf. 

Warnecke 610-12) 2124 
Gates, Owen Hamilton (1862- 

1940)779,815,2052 
Gay, Mrs. Elizabeth C. 1908 
Gazius,Antonius 1174 
Geholt (?), Johannes de 3920 
Genault, N.3737 
Geier(?),Giulio1569 
Gemnitz, Austria see Gaming, 

Austria 
Gengenbach (Baden) Benedic- 
tines 867 
Genoa. Dominicans 2303 
Genoa. Franciscans 2185 
Genoa. Piarists 1857 
Genoa. S. Annunziata2141 
Gentili di Giuseppe, F. see Salem, 

Adriana R. 
George (?), Willibald 219 
Geppi, — 1781 
Gerard, R. de 3593 
Geras (?) Premonstratensians (?) 

113 
Gerdauen. Schlossbibliothek 

977 
Gerelsdorff, J. B. 32 
Gerini, Giulio Domenico 3040 
Gerter, Martin (1539?) 969 
Gery, Richard 3856 
Gibbs, Henry Hucks, 1st baron 

Aldenham see Aldenham 
Gibbs, Simon 3813 
Gibson-Carmichael, Thomas 

David, baron Carmichael see 

Carmichael 
Gidel,L. 1593 



340 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Giebens, Henricus 1891, 1892 
glnestous, a. de, vicomte 2650 
Ginsberg, Daniel von 605 

GlOVANNINI, ANGIOLINO (1916) 

1881 

GlRARDOTDE PREFOND, PAUL (18TH 

CENT.) 2975, 3214 
Glaudr, Johannes 721 
Glenbervie, Sylvester Douglas, 

baron (1743-1823) 2523 
Glendening, Robert 3994 
Glogau. Collegiate Church of 

THEB.V.M.664 
Glulla (?), Johannes Jacobus 

(1593)2082 
Gmunds^ SchwAbisch-Gmund 
Gobaut, Henri 753 
Godard, Ludovicus3786 
Godbold, Dorothy 3991 
Goelet, John 924 
gottingen. universitatsbiblio- 

thek 1012, 2431, 2633,3456 
Goldberg, David S-345A, S-718A, 

S-978A 
Goldschmidt, B. (1828) 953 
Goldschmidt, Ernst Philip 

(1887-1954) 497, 1253, 1611, 

1861,2198,2277,3823,3947 
Goldschmidt, Victor (1853- 

1933)548,568,760 
Golitsyn, Mikhail Aleksandro- 

vich, prince (1804-1860) 1296, 

2692 
Gomez, Diego 2639 
Gomez de la Cortina, Joaquin, 

marques de Morante (1808- 

1868)30, 1336, 1524, 1576, 1744, 

1905,2160,2257,2632,3646 
Gonzales Santiana, Joseph 1548 
Gonzati, Vincenzo, marchese 

(1774-1849; CF. BRAGAGLIA 

1136-37)3492 



Goodhart, Howard Lehman (d. 

1951)406 
Goodspeed, George Talbot (H 

'25,1903-1997)4010,4012 
Goodspeed's Book Shop, Boston 

2935,2950 
Gordon, Cosmo Alexander 

(1886-1965)1708 
Gordon, George John Robert 

2803 
Gordon, John, of Buthlaw 

(1761)3354 
Gore, Christopher (H 1776, 

1758-1827)3856 
Gosford, Archibald Acheson, 

3rd earl of (1806-1864) 2676 
Gotha. Bibliotheca Ducalis 

GOTHANA16, 1062, 1148 
Gouda. Domus Collationariae S. 

Pauli3923 
Gougy,— 1993 
Goyers, Jacobus 3898, 3933 
GRADICUM5^ Hradisco/ Hradisch 
Graduate School of Business 

Administration 2059, 2096, 

3420; see also Kress LIBRARY 
Graff von Deggendorf, Paul 

(1486)1130 
Graffinger, Ignaz S-209B, S-214A 
Grafton, Augustus Henry Fitz- 

roy, 3rd duke of (1735- 1811) 

1520,2672 
Graham, Joseph 1959 
Gram, Jesse Peter (LL.B. 1897, d. 

1924)687 
Grandjean, Bon[iface?] 1 1 14 
Grandler, Jo. (1508) 730 
Grandsire, P. 1593 
Grass [--], Thomas, frater 2502 
Graswinckel, Theodor 2432 
Gratianus, Emilio 2365 
Grattullini (?), Mutio 2722 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



341 



Gravere, Laselette 351 

Gray (?), — (Scottish family?) 

3544 
Gray, Francis Calley (H 1809, 

1790-1856)2845,2942 
Gray, John Chipman (H 1859, 

1839-1915)3267 
Gray, Roland (H 1895, b. 1874) 

3267 
Gray Herbarium Library 38 
Graydon, Joseph Spencer (H 

1898, b. 1876)1974 
Green, Adolphus Williamson (H 

1863,1843-1917)2276 
Greenleaf, Ezekiel Price (1790- 

1886)557,669,889 
Greenough, William S. 22 1 
Greenwood, Francis William 

Pitt (H 1814, 1797-1843) 276, 

1458, 1793, 1865, 2053, 2054, 

2057,2434 
GRENDENAtt*? Bredenau 
Grenville, Thomas (1755-1846) 

3318,4003 
Greve, Gisbertus 353, 401 
Grew, Mrs. Henry Sturgis 184, 

3343 
Grezinger, Sebastianus Francis- 

cus(3167a) 
Grieshaber, Franz Karl (1798- 

1866)2314 
Grignan. S. Salvator. Chapter 

3760 
Groeningen. Dominicans 275 
Grolier Club of New York 1323 
Grolier Club of New York. 

Bruce Collection 396 
Gropengeysser, — (1521) 2806 
Grossmyer, Wolfgang 1763 A 
Groton, Massachusetts. Public 

Library 3870 
Grusinus, Romerius S-255A 



Gschwindt, Georg Ludwig 3546 

GUALIROTTUS (?), HlERONYMUS 

2318 

GUARESMUS (?), BASSIANUS 616 

Guarini, — 3402 
Guarini, P. 3089 

GUASTAMIGLIIS (?), MATTHAEUS DE 

2157 
Guerrinus, Joachim 465, 532, 806 

GUICCIARDINI FAMILY 2971 

Guilford, Frederick North, 5th 

earl OF (1766-1827) 2393 
Gulston, Joseph (?) 1726 
Gurk. Cathedral 544, 1355 

GUTZELMUS(?),AUGUSTINUS 1781 

guyon de crochans, joseph, 
archbishop of Avignon (1674- 
1756)1392 

Gwynn, Edward (d. between 1645 
and 1650)3209 

Gylte, Georgius 2663 

Gynspergs**? Ginsberg 

H., A. 3616 

H. A. Z. R. see Vogler, HERMANN 

H.F. (1834) 1816 

H. K. D. 563 

H.L.I 125, 3693 

H., M.J. 3090 

H. M.W. 1401 

H. O. 3998 

Haarer, Peter see Crinitus 

Hauschylt, Johannes see Hait- 
schilt 

HAussershaim (?) Kloster (Uni- 
dentified) 731 

Hagemiller, Wenzeslaus 1085 

Hag en, Bartholomaeus (b. ca. 
1520?) 1097, 1100, 1232, 1711 

Hague. Royal Library 410 

Hainschildt, Albertus 1936 

Haiser, Karl S-567A 



342 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Haitschilt, Johannes 221 

Hale, George Silsbee (H 1844, 
1825-1897)2363 

Haley, John William (b. 1834) 
1046 

Hall, Edward Henry (H 1851, 
1831-1912) 157, 255, 717, 746, 
842, 875, 908, 1020, 1201, 1867, 
2271, 2833, 2889, 2912, 2916, 
2917, 2920, 2923, 2934, 2943, 
2945, 2946, 2947, 2948, 2952, 
2954, 2955, 2959, 3003, 3008, 
3013, 3014, 3016, 3029, 3033, 
3308 

Hall, Frederic Hilborn (H '10, 
1889-1910)430,2264 

Hall, Henry Benjamin 3762 

Hall (Tyrol) Waldauff'sche 
Stiftung 948 

Halle. Universitatsbibliothek 
815,837 

Halliwell, James Orchard (1820- 
1889)3542 

Haltrinspill, Christophorus 
2124 

Haltrinspill, Johannes 2 124 

Ham Court see Martin, Joseph 
John 

Hamersleben. Augustinian Can- 
ons (S. Pancratius) 1113 

Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton 
Douglas, 10th duke of (1767- 
1852)3072,3173 

Hamilton, Sidney Graves (1855- 
1916)3429 

Hamilton Palace Library see 
Beckford, William, and Hamil- 
ton, Alexander Hamilton 
Douglas, 10th duke of 

Hamman, Georg D. (1576) 2581 

Hammer, Christian (1818-1905) 
693 



Hampton, John Somerset Pak- 
ington, 1st baron (1799-1880) 
1811,3430 

Hanisch, Sigismund von (1606) 
3410 

Harding, Walter Ambrose Heath 
(1870-1942) 1706, 2274, 2515, 
3134 

Harper, Lathrop C, Inc., New 
York 2935, 2950 

Harris, Caleb Fiske (1818-1881) 
606, 1247 

Harris, James, 1st earl of Mal- 
mesbury5^ malmesbury 

Hartmann, Franz 3709 

Hartmann, Georg 1239 

Harvard, Lionel de Jersey (H '15, 
1893-1918)3939 

Harvard Business School see 
Graduate School of Business 
Administration and see Kress 
Library 

Harvard Law School Alumni 
1946, 1952, 3995, 3998, 4001, 
4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, 4019, 
(4021a), (4021b) 

Harvard Law School Associ- 
ation 1 1 

Harvard Law School. Library see 
Law Library 

Harvard Law School Visiting 
Committee 11 

Harvard Medical School. Li- 
brary see Countway Library 

Harvard Theatre Collection 
3790 

Hase, Thomas 73 1 

Hasenpfuhl. Dominicans 1231 

Hastie, Peter 3 170 

Hausper, Adam 678 

Hawkins, Rush Christopher 
(1831-1920)340,869,923 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



343 



Hawtrey, Edward Craven (1789- 

1862)2962 
Hayes, Francis Brown (H 1839, 

1819-1884)487 
Haylman, Johann, of Constance 

(1545)1960 
Haynes, Henry Williamson (H 

1851, 1831-1912) 1632, 2109, 

2124,2155,2411,2721 
Hayward, Robert N. (1865) 2690 
Heale, Henry N. 1647 
Heathcote, Robert (d. 1823) 

(3035c) 
Heber, Richard (1773-1833) 494, 

817, 871, 872, 1382, 1449, 1582, 

1959, 2415, 2773, 2879, 2882, 

2883, (3035c), 3077, 3088, 3207, 

3259, 3485, 3491, 3522, 3524, 

3526, 3723, 3724, 3836, 3868, 

3921 
Heckscher, John Gerard 

(1837-1908)3997 
Heffner, F. C. (1794)959 
Heidegger, Johann Konrad 

(1748-1808; CF. Warnecke 790) 

1515 
Heidelberg. Universitatsbib- 

LIOTHEK3149 

Heidenheim (Bavaria) Bene- 
dictines (S. Wunnebald) 963 

Heilbronn. Carmelites 322, 326, 
1200 

Heiligenkreuz. Cistercians 1998, 
2001, 2003, 2008, 2015, 2018, 
2021 

Heiligenstadt. Jesuits 814 

Heilsbronn. Cistercians 1946, 
1952 

Helmstedt. Universitatsbiblio- 

THEK1012 

Helyconius, Johannes Alberto- 
nius2368A 



HEMMENRODEtttf HlMMERODE 

Hencke, Johann Christoph 

(1764)2432 
Henkel, Bernhard (1556) 2279 
Henkel, Lazarus 678 
Hennequin, Pierre 2246 
Henry, — , Dr., of Linlithgow 

3164 
Henshaw, Samuel (Hon 1903, d. 

1941)1984 
Herald of Tyrol 575, 637, 920, 

1243 
Herbert, Edward, 2nd earl of 

powis5^powis 
Herbert, Thomas, 8th earl of 

Pembroke see Pembroke 
Herbillorius, Johannes 337 
HERBIPOLIS5^ Wurzburg 
Heritier, — 1712 
Herrenchiemsee. Augustinians 

2055 
Herrick,M.A. 937 
Herrick, Margaret 3871 
Herrick, Samuel Edward (1841- 

1904)3871 
Hess, Johann ( 1 490-1 547) 3 802 
Hesse. Grossherzogliche Biblio- 

thek 600 
Heyer, Wilhelm 3161 
Heymel, Alfred Walter (1878- 

1914)1299 
Hibbert, George (1757-1837) 

3072,3921 
Hieber, Placidius 395, 2295, 3441 

HIERONYMUS SENENSIS 2148 

Higginson, Waldo (H 1833, 18 14- 

1894) (2626A) 
Hildesheim. Brothers of the 

Common Life 740 
Hilles Library 58, 731,732, 1305, 

1783, 1792, 1807, 2239, 2653, 

3052, (3631b) 



344 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Hillyard, John 4016 

Hiltner, Michael (1583) 1680, 

1696,1705 
Himmerode. Cistercians (S. 

Thomas) 334, 2263 
Hirn, Thomas 2 124 
Hoare, Charles Hervey 2640 
Hoblyn, Richard A. 3299 
Hoblyn, Robert (17 10-1 756) 3299 
Hobson, Geoffrey Dudley (1882- 

1949)3802 
Hochensteger,Johann 1213 
Hodckin,John,F.L.S. 1720 
Hodgkin, John Eliot (1830- 
1912) 458, 784, 935, 1720, 1934, 
2240 
Hoe, Robert (1839-1909) 3, 489, 

1149,1887 
Hoggmayr, Angelus (1724) 2085 
Honiger, Martinus 2441, 2582 
Hofbauer, Stefan 187 
hofen (baden-wurtemberg) 

Benedictines 905, 1159 
Hofer, Frances Louise (Heck- 
scher) (D. 1978) 190, 517, 639, 
711, 713, 774, 786, 816, 865, 
(866a), 917, 927, 948, 952, 953, 
1001, 1042, 1063, 1140, 1216, 
1257, 1570, 1694, 1725, 1733, 
1794, 1861, 2066, 2067, 2090, 
2117, 2198, 2218, 2223, 2234, 
2368, 2423, 2435, 2454, 2474, 
2506, 2787, 2893, 2894, 2911, 
2953, 2958, 2993, 2998, 2999, 
3000, 3049, 3073, 3282, 3323, 
3352, 3426, 3466, 3613, 3616, 
3632, 3633, 3635, 3655, 3762, 
3851, 3860, 3863, 3906, 3907, 
3910, 3911, 3941, 3941, 3971, 
3972, 3996, 4022, Heb-20, S- 
2786A 
Hofer, Myron Arms, II (H '54, 



1931-) 1531, 1540 
Hofer, Philip (H '21, 1898-1984) 
1, 4, 36, 129, 130, 149, 55, 180, 
183, 190, 192, 314, 396, 439, 474, 
498A, 499, 545, 548, 568, 583, 
639, 642, 664, 677, 692, 713, 760, 
761, 786, 793, 809, 816, 865, 867, 
882, 883, 885, 917, 919, 927, 948, 
952, 953, 976, 979, 1001, 1018, 
1042, 1062, 1063, 1086, 1140, 
1153, 1166, 1167, 1175, 1177, 
1178, 1190, 1216, 1223, 1238, 
1245, 1257, 1331, 1499, 1500, 
1508A, 1513, 1570, 1608, 1694, 
1725, 1733, 1775, 1794, 1810, 
1813, 1833, 1861, 1992, 2033, 
2041, 2066, 2067, 2090, 2092, 
2093, 2113, 2117, 2178, 2181, 
2198, 2218, 2219, 2223, 2227, 
2230, 2234, 2237, 2280, 2368, 
2383, 2423, 2429, 2430, 2431, 
2435, 2454, 2474, 2506, 2516, 
2594, 2595, 2689, 2751, 2783, 
2787, 2893, 2894, 2906, 2908, 
2911, 2931, 2953, 2958, 2969, 
2974, 2978, 2993, 2996, 2997, 
2998, 2999, 3000, 3002, 3010, 
3015, 3026, (3035a) (3035b), 
(3035c), 3049, 3073, 3129,3 134, 
3151, 3154, 3161, 3260, 3273, 
3275, 3282, 3283, 3323, 3352, 
3370, 3372, 3377, 3423, 3426, 
3523, 3613, 3616, 3624, 3632, 
3633, 3635, 3649, 3653, 3655, 
3656, 3677, 3724, 3730, 3735A, 
3762, 3763, 3819, 3851, 3860, 
3863, 3868, 3872, 3883, 3886, 
3901, 3905, 3906, 3907, 3910, 
3911, 3934, 3941, 3942, 3944, 
3960, 3967, 3968, 3971, 3972, 
3978, 3996, 4022, Heb-20, S- 
2786A 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



345 



HOFER, RUPERT 603 

Hoffman, — 433 

Hoffman, Ferdinand, baron (d. 

1597) 65, 66, 191, 938, 2035, 2440 
Hoffstetter, Wilhelm (1620) 

1245 
HOG,J.M. 3898, 3933 
Hohenberg (Baden- Wurttem- 

berg) Benedictines 2137 
Holford, Sir George Lindsay 

(1860-1926)1,70 
Holland, Henry Edward Fox, 

4th baron (1802-1859)2928 
Hollis, Thomas (1720-1 774) 1060, 

2529 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell (H 

1829, 1809-1894) 2281, 3 199 
Holtperus, Johannes 705 
Holzinger, J. B. 23, 2604B 
Homans, John, II (H 1899, b. 1877) 

1979 
honnefinger, sebastian, of 

Pforzheim 280 
Hooker, Osgood (H '21, 1897- 

1968)801 
Hope, Alexander James Beres- 

ford- see Beresford-Hope 
Hopetoun, John Adrian Louis 

Hope, 7th earl of (1860-1908) 

1544, 1673, 3049, 3057, 3286, 

3589 
Hopkinson, Francis (1810-1898) 

3072 
Horblit, Harrison David (H '33, 

1912-1988) 132, 337, 345, 455, 

501, 621, 788, 791, 895, 1052, 

1053, 1103, 1282, 1291, 1424, 

1492, 1572, 1837, 2182, 2225, 

2229, 2586, 2741, 2770, 2902, 

3036, 3084, 3123, 3131, 3160, 

3176, 3295, 3298, 3587, 3669, 

3736A, 3843, 3957 



Hornby, Charles Harry St. John 

(1867-1946)677,883 
Hornmann, Vinzenz 280 
Hoskier, Herman Charles (1864- 

1938)2417,3519 
Hotsius, Ruodolphus 1785 
Houghton, Henry Oscar (1832- 

1895)S-1342A 
Howard, Albert Andrew (H 1882, 

1858-1925)3060 
Howard, Charles Wentworth 

George (1814-1879) 1086 
Howard, Henry, 6th duke of 

Norfolk see Norfolk 
Howard, Thomas, 2nd earl of 

Arundels<?£ Arundel 
Howe, Henry Saltonstall (H 

1869, 1848-1931) 1904,3873 
Howe, T.? 824 
Howland, Silas Wilder (H '04, 

1879-1938)201,266,1815,3847, 

3977 
Hoyt, Charles Bain (1889-1949) 

2931 
Hradisco/Hradisch (near Ol- 

mutz) Premonstratensians 

1160 
Huber, Erasmus (1506) 215 
Huber, Raphael 3785 
Huberinus, Andreas 960 
Hudson, John Elbridge (H 1862, 

1839-1900)3829 
Hueber, Christoph (1558) 256 
Hueber, Martin (1558) 256 
huissaburg w huysburg 
Hultmann, Carel Gerard (1752- 

1820)3884 
Hume, John, bishop of Salisbury 

(1706?-1782)3517 
Hunger, Albert (1545-1604; cf. 

Warnecke 915-16) 848 
Hunnewell, James Frothingham 



346 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



(1832-1910)flnrf James Melville 
(H '01, 1879-1954) 8, 20, 27, 28, 
33, 50, 75,83, 86, 87, 118, 124, 
227, 340, 342, 349, 381 , 473, 496, 
500, 530, 536, 551 , 556, 613, 661 , 
665, 676, 727, 767, 836, 860, 869, 
878, 879, 922, 923, 930, 934, 942, 
943, 955, 956, 961, 975, 978, 
1064, 1104, 1112, 1139, 1266, 
1267, 1287, 1301, 1312, 1316, 
1319, 1324, 1327, 1336, 1343, 
1345, 1350, 1354, 1364, 1381, 
1443, 1444, 1445, 1446, 1512, 
1517, 1518, 1534, 1547A, 1548, 
1573, 1601, 1603, 1604, 1615, 
1620, 1625, 1628, 1630, 1635, 
1638, 1643A, 1646, 1674, 1735, 
1802, 2158, 2257, 2468, 2628, 
2669, 2774, 2777, 2789, 2797, 
2801, 2803, 2806, 2853, 3037, 
3056, 3067, 3075, 3082, 3099, 
3124A, 3170, 3173, 3174A, 3266, 
3274, 3276, 3293, 3309, 3317, 
3333, 3336, 3340, 3347, 3351, 
3373, 3376, 3392, 3440, 3481, 
3487, 3518, 3521, 3530, 3553, 
3580, 3584, 3592, 3597, 3643, 
3743, 3745, 3838, 3866, 3869, 
3876, 3903, 3913, 3924, Heb-5 

Hunt, David (M.D. 1867, 1845- 
1915)1979,2385 

Hunt Foundation 636 

Hunter, James 3605 

Huralt, Janus 2677 

Hurter, Friedrich Emanuel von 
(1787-1865)145 

Huth, Henry (1815-1878) and 
Alfred Henry (1850-1910) 337, 
491, 537, 775, 788, 987, 1102, 
1286, 2676, 2781, 3127, 3608, 
3740,3942,3999 

Hutten,V. (1710)1948 



Hutton, Robert Rosseter (?) (d. 
1887)200 

Huysburg. Benedictines (B.M. V.) 
176,815 

Huzard, Jean Baptiste (1755- 
1838)3698,3700,3807 

Hyams, Solomon M. 147, 762, 909, 
989, 1105, 1268, 1365A, 1396, 
1411, 1469, 1493, 1616, 1622, 
1838, 2171, 2208, 2308, 2341, 
2435A, 2643A, 2644A, 2729, 
2841, 3050, 3051, 3185, 3200, 
3374, 341 1 , Heb-6, Heb-25, Heb- 
28 

Hyde, Donald Frizell (1909- 
1966) 2968, 3867, (S-1279A) 

Hyde, James Hazen (H 1898, 1876- 
1959)3880 

Hyde, Mary Morley (Crapo) 
(1912- ) 2968, 3867, (S-1279A) 

HYMMENEROEDE5^ Himmerode 

Hypodemander, Petruss^ Schu- 
mann, Peter 

LB. 882, 1296 

I.G.H.(?)188,464 

I.,C.H. M.B. (?)2836 

I. E. H.see HodgkinJohn Eliot 

I. H.Z.G. (1570) 865 

1. 1. G. P. S. 810 

I. M. M. see Mathew, I. M. 

I. M.R.D.T. (1590)3050 

I. S. 2346 

Ibbett, William Joseph (b. 1858) 
1743 

Ihan (?), Matthias 1213 

Imperiali, Giuseppe Renato, car- 
dinal (1651-1737; cf. Bragag- 
liaT-7) 1468, 1739 

imperialis, lucretia3128 

Incent, John 3814 

indersdorf (bavaria) augus- 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



347 



tinian Canons (B.M.V.) 86, 889 

INDIANA ASBURY UNIVERSITY. 

Whitcomb Library 397 
Inglis, Charles 3456, 3686, 3764 
Inglis, John 2492 
Inglis, John Bellingham (1780- 
1870) 97, 498, 2571, 3456, 3608, 
3686,3764 
Ingolstadt. Augustinian Her- 
mits 147 
Ingolstadt. College of St. Ig- 
natius the Martyr 1881 
Ingolstadt. Franciscans (S. 
Maria Assumpta) 78, 551, 602, 
851, 880, 883, 1934, 3196, 3197, 
3198,3201,3392 
Ingolstadt. Jesuits 166, 703, 2960 
Ingram, Sir W., bart. 2274 
Inninger, Johann Baptist (1656- 

1730; cf. Warnecke 944) 2085 
Innsbruck. Franciscans 593 
Innsbruck. Ursulines 730 

lNTERAMNAS££ TERNI 

Isham Memorial Library 1798 
Isnard,— , Dr. 2779 
Issoire. Capuchins 3739 
Ittingen. Carthusians 972 
Ive, Simon 3814 

J. H.,SJ. (1667) 2350,2711 
J.W.G.481 

JACHENHAUSER, ANDREAS (1505) 

1092,1093 
Jackson, George Schunemann (H 
'05, 1884-1919) 197, 206, 310, 
321,328,339,369,373,436,457, 
468, 475, 582, 607, 696, 886, 900, 
910, 950, 951, 965, 984, (1061a), 
(1061b), 1108, 1264, 1782, 1970, 
2086, 2193, 2243, 2330, 2340, 
2355, 2568, 3245, 3247, 3415, 
3647, 3703, 3739, 3770, 3777, 



3780, 3817, 3820, 3823, 3904, 

3959,3966,3980 
Jacob, Ebenezer3972 
Jacob i, Samuel 2413 
Jacobonius, Ludovicus (1600) 

3304 
JACOBSEN, E. P. 217, 3554, 3918 
Jacobus Philippus de Bergamo 

(1434-1520)3059 
Jacobus Utinensis 1702 
Jacobus Wulfradensis (?) 3896 
Jacquillat, Jacobus 3321 
Jahn, Otto (1813-1869) 1759, 

2581 
James, John Burleigh (b. 1811?) 

1427 
Janar (?), Wolfgang 1 167 
Jansen, Martin 953 
Jarry, — , avocat 3862 
Jenkins, Alexanders. (1856)371 
Jenks, William (H 1797, 1778- 

1866) 102 
Jeremie, James Amiraux (1802- 

1872)1580,3167 
Jersey, Victor Albert George 

Child-Villiers, 7th earl of 

(1845-1915)1620 
Jesuits. Collegio de S. Eugenio 

(Unidentified) 1744 
Jesuits (Unidentified monas- 
tery) 2350 
Jewish Theological Seminary of 

America, New York. Library 

Heb-34, Heb-35 
Joanellus, Alexander 2 1 48 
Johann Gottfried I von Asch- 

hausen, bishop of Bamberg (d. 

1622)751 
Johanneau, Eloi (d. 1851) 2753 
Johannes Franciscus, O. P. 1901 
Johannes, Zenobius 1666 
Johnes, Thomas (1 748-1 8 1 6) 3084 



348 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Johnsson, John William Schibby 

(b. 1868)2709 
Joly, Jean 3774 
Jones, James H. (1876)3141 
Jones, John 3141 
Jorden, Edward (1569-1632) 3786 
Josephus, Johannes (?) 1992 
Joseph us de Orciano, frater 2333 
Jovius, Paulus 3424 
Julianus, Hieronymus (1559/60) 

3134,3423 
Jungen, Johann Maximilian zum 

5^ZUMjUNGEN 

Juvenis, Andreas 3826 

K.,L. (1477)3050 
K.,M. (1575)3503 
Kaernsslet (?), Christophorus 

1677 
Kaiser, Johann (1677) 706 
Kalbfleisgh, Charles Conover 

(1868-1943)671 
Kamphausen, Johann 138 
Kanuth (?), Michael 2679 
Karadja, Constantin J. 333, 346, 

350 
Karl, Johann Caspar (b. 1720) 734 
Kay, Arthur 777, 2690, 2802, 3342 
Kay, D. (1853) 2454 
Kellen, William Vail (b. 1852) 

1930 
Keller, Carl Tilden (H 1894, 

1872-1955) 891, 1522, 3095, 

3748, 3879, 3887, 3982, S-980A 
Keller, F.L. 580, 1927 
Keller, Johann 126 
Kelly, I. Austin, III 3482, 3554, 

3908, (3985a) 
Kelsebrock, — 3824 
Kempten. Benedictines 98, 588 
Kempten (?) Parish library 1936 
Kendall, George M. (1877) 3258 



Kennedy, George Golding (H 

1864,1841-1918)276 
Kennedy, Harris (H 1894, b. 1871) 

276,2279 
Kentrup(Nordrhein/Westfalen) 

Cistercian nuns 323, 327 
Kenzingen (near Emmendingen) 

Franciscans 143 
Ker, John, 3rd duke of Rox- 

BURGHE5££? Roxburghe 
Kerr, Philip Henry, 11th mar- 
quis of Lothian see Lothian 
Kestnbaum, Gertrude (Dana) 51, 

671 
Kestner, August (1777-1853) 

2211 
KeyserJ.C. S-1080A 
Khistner, Alexander and 

Thomas (1547) 906 
Khramer, Belliser (1602) 843 
Kilian, Johann (d. 1540?) 78 

KINDTWEYLER, CHRISTMANN 2061 

King, Richard G. S. 1934 
kintzner, heinrich 763 
Kips, Nicholas Norbert, of Diest 

3888 
Kirchmuller (?), Georg (1509) 

449 
Kistler(?), — 3630 
Kittredge, George Lyman (H 

1882, 1860-1941) 238, 341, 817, 

824, 1428, 2357, 2395, 3146, 

3278,3522,3524 
Klebs, Arnold Carl (1870-1943) 

4000 
Klembken, Christian 205 
Klemm, Heinrich (1818-1886) 

3530 
Kloss, Georg (1787-1854) 29, 88, 

105, 137, 294, 323, 327, 352, 357, 

367, 393, 397, 423, (658a), 807, 

829, 875, 928, 929, 941, 975, 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



349 



1109, 1140, 1183, 1292, 1458, 

1860, 1915, 2053, 2054, 2057, 

2161, 2384, 2389, 2432, 2461, 

2722, 3112, 3205, 3252, 3297, 

3305, 3395, 3437, 3746, 3870, 

3871, 3886, 3890, 3938, S-643A, 

S-1118A 
Klosterneuburg. Augustinian 

Canons 646 
Knight, Joseph (1829-1907) 82, 

3209 
Knoll, Heinrich (1639)3188 
Konigliche Handbibliothek see 

Stuttgart. Landesbibliothek 
Koffke, Christianus 2028 
Korsendonck. Brothers of the 

Common Life 665A 
Krafftmayer, Gamaliel 183 
Kramp, Jan Jagobszoon 952 
Kratz, Philipp (1575) 814 
Kraus, Andreas (1515) 1214 
Kraus, Hans Peter (1907-1988) 

335,4009,4018 
Krauss, Georg (D. 1498?) 63 
Kreher, Michael (1583) 1 194 
Kress, Antonius (1478-1513) 882 
Kress, Christophorus (1484- 

1535)882 
Kress Library 110, 208, 374, 1371, 

1390, 1421, 1618, 1988, 2358, 

2375,2859,3607,3666 
Kriegmayer, Georg (1542) 162 
Kriss, Valentin (1680/82) 173, 

1954,1955,2450 
Kroutil, Alois and Vaclav (1893) 

1270 

L.S. 1785 
L. T. 2269 

Laberio,Ambrogio(b. 1743)2163 
Laberio, Giovanni Battista 2163 
Lacaita, Charles Carmichael 



(1853-1933)2854 
Lactantius, Bernardinus 2714 
Ladimir, M. 394 
Ladnlius (?), J. S-207B 
La Driere, James Craig 2112 
Laget, Gabriello Maria (1756) 

2995 
Laing, David (1793-1878) 3924 
Lamatsch, Ignaz 3274A 
Lamb, Rosamond 1871 
Lambach (Upper Austria) Bene- 
dictines 998, 1130 
Lambert, Andre 160 
Lamont, Thomas Stilwell (H '2 1 , 

1899-1967)554 
Lamprecht, Erasmus 3922 
LamprechtshAuser, Gabriel 

(1500)499 
Lanci, Michelangelo 2789 
Landau, Horace de, baron (1824- 

1903) 2182, 2372, 2978, 3289, S- 

567A 
Landsberg, Ernst (1860-1927) 

837,1936,1937,2132,2168 
Landshut. Dominicans 878 
Landshut. UniversitAtsbiblio- 

thek91,878 
Lane, Frederick Athearn (H 

1849, d. 1881)972 
Lang, Dan i el 1029 
Lange, Dominicus (?) (1616) 1055 
Langel, Guillelmus 2121 
Langheim. Cistercians 284, 691, 

725,S-819A 
Lanman, Charles Rockwell 

(1850-1941)432 
Lanntfels, Georg 3284 
Lappenberg, Johann Martin 

(1794-1865; cf. Warnecke 1 103) 

949 
Larcher, Pierre Henri (1726- 

1812)3 



350 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



La Roche Guyon see Chateau de 

la Roche Guyon 
Lasch, Franz von (1573)277 
Lastenholz, Johannes (1521) 

2806 
LAVDAsee LODI 

Laudatus, Benedictus 2292 
Lauraguais, Louis Leon Felicite, 
dug de Brancas, comte de see 
Bran cas 
Laurentius, Johannes, of 

Troppau 2522 
Lauther, Georg (d. 1610) 733 
La Valliere, Louis Cesar de La 
Baume Le Blanc, duc de (1708- 
1780)1358,1522,1560,3335 
Law Library 9, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 
18,26,54,61,62,80,84,85,89, 
92, 96, 100, 101, 103, 106, 111, 
116,133,135,136,138,158,161, 
166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 195, 209, 
219, 220, 225, 226, 230, 231, 232, 
235, 236, 239, 242, 252, 253, 257, 
260, 261, 263, 264, 267, 268, 274, 
295, 296, 298, 303, 316, 344, 354, 
370, 371, 372, 376, 377, 380, 
382A, 388, 389, 390, 399, 415, 
420, 421, 426, 429, 449, 480, 512, 
518, 521, 570, 587, 597, 601, 605, 
608, 609, 635, 638, 641 , 647, 652, 
654, 665A, 682, 684, 687, 689, 
694, 695, 699, 703, 704, 710, 712, 
714, 733, 739, 743, 744, 764, 766, 
768, 769, 780, 785, 819, 833, 837, 
840, 841 , 846, 847, 850, 852, 853, 
854, 907, 939, 946, 960, 966, 980, 
981, 990, 1002, 1027, 1034, 1035, 
1036, 1038, 1039, 1040, 1043, 
1048, 1056, 1085, 1090, 1091, 
1099, 1102, 1109, 1113, 1118, 
1120, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1124, 
1126, 1127, 1128, 1129, 1130, 



1131, 1133, 1135, 1141, 1143, 
1146, 1163, 1164, 1206, 1207, 
1208, 1210, 1212, 1213, 1215, 
1219, 1226, 1229, 1236, 1242, 
1251, 1252, 1280, 1307, 1313, 
1318, 1330, 1332, 1333, 1334, 
1334A, 1338, 1339, 1342, 1349, 
1360, 1362, 1365, 1373A, 1380, 
1394, 1400, 1403A, 1406A, 1418, 
1423, 1425, 1448A, 1454A, 1457, 
1461, 1502A, 1535, 1541, 1543, 
1545, 1546, 1574, 1584, 1586, 
1587, 1589, 1590, 1591, 1595, 
1596, 1597, 1610, 1619, 1655, 
1656, 1657, 1658, 1660A, 1662, 
1669, 1670, 1672, 1673, 1676, 
1680, 1684, 1685, 1689, 1690, 
1691, 1696, 1700, 1704, 1705, 
1706, 1709, 1710, 1711, 1714, 
1715, 1716, 1741, 1764A, 1765, 
1767, 1772, 1773, 1779, 1781, 
1852, 1863, 1864, 1866, 1869, 
1870, 1875, 1877, 1879, 1882, 
1885, 1894, 1895, 1898, 1899, 
1900, 1901, 1902, 1906, 1907, 
1909, 1910, 1926, 1927, 1928, 
1929, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1936, 
1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 
1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 
1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 
1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1958, 
1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 2044, 
2050, 2064, 2075, 2076, 2078, 
2080, 2081, 2083, 2084, 2111, 
2122, 2125, 2126, 2128, 2131, 
2132, 2133, 2147, 2149, 2150, 
2151, 2156, 2164, 2165, 2166, 
2167, 2168, 2169, 2170, 2172, 
2195A, 2209, 2274, 2356, 2448, 
2465, 2467, 2479, 2484A, 2515, 
2757, 2794, 2802, 2804, 2808, 
2809, 2816, 2817, 2829, 2900, 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



351 



2901, 3017, 3034, 3091, 3092, 
3093, 3096, 3097, 3102, 3109, 
3124, 3130, 3155, 3166, (3167a), 
3169, 3172, 3175, 3180, 3184, 
3186, 3188, 3192, 3218, 3236A, 
3244, 3254, 3255, 3256, 3257, 
3261, 3270, 3286, 3287, 3288, 
3289, 3304, 3331, 3367, 3404, 
3412, 3414, 3421, 3438, 3448, 
3452, 3457, 3460, 3462, 3463, 
3464, 3465, 3469, 3471, 3472, 
3473, 3476, 3477, 3494, 3504, 
3516, 3536, 3539, 3557, 3558, 
3559, 3560, 3561, 3562, 3563, 
3564, 3565, 3566, 3567, 3568, 
3569, 3570, 3571, 3572, 3573, 
3574, 3575, 3576, 3577, 3578, 
3581, 3588, 3590, 3594, 3603, 
3604, 3606, 3637, 3640, 3687, 
3689, 3690, 3701, 3707, 3709, 
3711, 3712, 3713, 3742, 3750, 
3753, 3754, 3756, 3757, 3758, 
3759, 3759A, 3761, 3765, 3771, 
3807, 3810, 3812, 3814, 3824, 
3825, 3827, 3839, 3840, 3852, 
3855, 3856, 3857, 3858, 3859, 
3862, 3915, 3916, 3940, 3955, 
3964, 3965, 3970, 3975, 3976, 
3995, 3998, 4001, 4002, 4003, 
4004, 4005, 4006, 4007, 4008, 
4013, 4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, 
4019, 4020, 4021, (4021 A), 
(402 IB), S-96A, S-110A, S-195A, 
S-207A, S-207B, S209A, S-228A, 
S-255A, S-262A, S-369A, S-447A, 
S-473A, S-643A, S-687A, S-704A, 
S-724A, S-748B, (S-833B), S- 
837A, S-866A, S-876A, S-991A, S- 
1094A, S-1107A, S-1118A, S- 
1124A, S-1229A, S-3155A, S- 
3457A 
Lawrence, John Strachan (H 
1871, 1849-1924) 365, 1294, 



1521, 1527, 1562, 1933, 2173, 
2258,2496,3327,3359 
Lawrence, William, bishop (H 

1871,1850-1941)3619 
Lazzari, Marco 2145 
Leather, Gerard F. T. 1673 
Le Candele family, Antwerp 154 
Le Court, Benoit (d. ca. 1565) 

3021 
Ledyard, Lewis Cass, Jr. (H '00, 

1879-1936)1129 
Lee,— , Rev. Mr. 4016 
Lee, John (1779-1859) 1140 
Lee, Sir William (1688-1754) 718 
Legogna, Emmanuel (181 1)2227 
Leibnitz, Justus Jakob (1610- 

1683)958 
Lei den see Ley den 
Leillegger, Paul 286 
Leipzig. Stadtbibliothek399 
Leipzig. Universitatsbibliothek 

1240 
Lemovicum^ Limoges 
Lennox, William Gordon (M.D. 

1913,1884-1960)3443 
Lenzen (Brandenburg) Carmel- 
ites 496, 2028 
Leo XII, Pope (1760-1829) 1 796 
Leon.(?) (Unidentified monas- 
tery) 1942 
Leonora, empress consort of 
Leopold I, emperor of Ger- 
many see Eleonore 
Leontinum see Lenzen 
Le Paige, Constantin 1 184 
Lepulus, Paulus (1554) 1221 
Lesars(?), — (1645)1125 
Lesourt, Johannes 3513 
Leverett, George Vasmer (H 
1867, 1846-1917)58, 1783, 1807, 
2239, 2653, 3052, (3631b) 
Leverone, Giuseppe (1871) 3419 
Leveson-Gower, George Gran- 



352 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



VILLE, 2ND MARQUIS OF STAFFORD 

see Stafford 
Lewis, Frederic Thomas (H 1897, 

1875-1951) 534, 1971, 1973, 

2000,2005,2014,3505 
Lewis, Thomas Jenkins 1 13 
Lewis, Winslow (H 1819, 1799- 

1875) 88, 338, 351, 357, 367, 

1908, 3112, 3183, 3205, 3297, 

3437 
Leyden. Universiteit 74, 1736, 

1786, 1916, 2217, 2464, 2554, 

3215 
Library of Congress see Wash- 
ington, D.C. 
Library of Economic Botany 

2541, 2806A, 3747 
Libri-Carrucci, Guglielmo, 

count (1802-1869) 868 

LlCHTENSTEIN, WALTER (H '00, 

1880-1964)141 
LlECHTENSTEIN'SCHE FlDEIKOM- 

MISS-BlBLIOTHEK 596, 1513, 

1574,3030 
Lier, — 2989 

LlESBORN. BENEDICTINES (B.M.V.) 

243,382,413 
LlLIENFELD. CISTERCIANS 1003, 

1635, 1677 
Liliis, Bernardus de 2045 
Limoges. Jesuits 3764 
Linati, Filippo, count (1757- 

1836)1747 
Lincoln, George Luther (H 1895, 

1874-1963)254,903, 1253, 1272, 

1323, 2703, S-1080A 
LindenbroekJoachimus 1017 

LlNDENPAUR, JOHANN 890 

Lindsay, James Ludovic, 26th 
earl of Crawford see Crawford 

Linlithgow, John Adrian Louis 
Hope, 1st marquis of see Hope- 



tounJohn Adrian Louis Hope, 

7th earl of 
Lippi, Dinollo 2907 
Lippi, Zanobi 2905, 2907 
Littauer, Lucius Nathan (H 

1878, 1859-1944) 1607, 1997, 

2134, 2135, Heb-1-3,7-19, 21, 23- 

24,26-27,29-31,33,35 
Livermore, George (Hon 1850, 

1809-1865)52 
Livingston, Flora Virginia (Mil- 

ner) (1862-1949) 3989 
Lloyd, Arthur Philip (b. 1833?) 

1000 
Lloyd, John 3 

Lodi. Convent of St. Mark 1911 
Loher, Conrad (1499) 998 
Lomelin, David 2651 
Lomenie de Brienne, Etienne 

Charles de, cardinal (1727- 

1794)330,1561 
London. British Museum 909, 

2004, 2007, 2013, 2020, 2962, 

4005, 4008 
London. Royal Society see Royal 

Society of London 
Londutius (?), Petrus Franciscus 

3735A 
Longacre, Jacob James (M.D. '32, 

B. 1907) 2336A, 3932, S-1068A 
Longerius(P), Conradus (1598) 

749 

LONGOLIUS, CHRISTOPHORUS 

(1488?-1522)2668 
Loring, Rosamond (Bowditch) 

(1889-1950)646,2118 
Lormier, Charles (1825-1900) 

3698,3700 
Lothian, Philip Henry Kerr, 

11th marquis of (1882-1940) 

4011 
LOTTINI, Jacopo 2525 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



353 



Louis XIII, king of France (1601- 

1643)227 
Louis XIV, king of France (1638- 

1715) 227, 956, 2799(?) 
Louis XV, king of France (1710- 

1774) 227, 2799(?) 
Louvain. Jesuits 3947A 
Lowell, Amy (1874-1925) 870, 874, 

944, 1358, 1629, 1741A, 2610, 

2886, 2967, 3179, 3705, 3708, 

3722,3778,3938,3961 
Lowell, Francis Cabot (H 1876, 

1855-1911)3684 
Lowell, James Jackson (H 1858, 

1837-1862)2549 
Lowell, James Russell (H 1838, 

1819-1891) 59, 60, 207, 241 , 880, 

1110 
Lozbeck, Georg Christoph 

(1727-1788)1924 
Luard, Henry Richards (1825- 

1891)2990 
Lucchesini, Giacomo 3501 
Lucerne. Franciscans 2235, 3 144 
Luchini, Emilio 1800 
Lucinus, Vincentius 1591, 2808, 

2809 
Ludewig, Johann Peter von 

(1668-1743; cf. Warnecke 

1206-07)354,380 
Ludovicus, C. (1487) 13 1 1 
Lubeck. Stadtbibliothek 945 
Luers, John Henry, bishop of 

Fort Wayne (1819-1871) S- 

1114A 
Lugdunum see Lyons 
Lugdunum BATAVORUM5<?£ Leyden 
Lunier(?), Karl (1913) 1205 
Lupatelli, Temistocle 2307 
Lupis,Johannesde(d. 1485) 1772 
Lusinus, Vincentius 1591 
Luxemburg. Jesuits 3663 



Lyell, James Patrick Ronaldson 
(1871-1949) 271, 817, 3670, 
3710, 3767, 3920, 3967, 3978, 
3983 
Lyons. Carmelites 3027 
Lyons. Celestines 3513, 3769 

M.A.C. 1821 

M. A. S. P. see SALZBURG. BENE- 
DICTINES (St. Peter) 

M.D. 1585,2850 

M. G. 678 

M.L.921 

MacCarthy-Reagh, Justin, count 
(1744-1812)1191,1887,3072 

MacCauley, Clay (1843-1925) 282 

Maddaloni, Marzio Pacecco Car- 
afa, ducadi 1728 

Madden, Jean Patrice Auguste 
(1808-1889)329 

Maddius, Carolus Franciscus 
(1757)2034 

Madrid. Jesuits 2231 

Maes, Henricus3920 

Mahon, Henry Pakenham 2355 

Maillefert, Claude 3839 

Mainz. Carmelites 2594, 2760 

Mainz. Franciscans 206, 436 

Mainz. Jesuits 842 

Mainz. Universitat 16 

Maldant, Louis 3839 

Maler, Barbara (1496) 82 

Malipiero family, Venice (3035c) 

Malmesbury, James Harris, 1st 
earl of (1746-1820) 3431 

Manchester. John Rylands Uni- 
versity Library 3815 

Manchester. Whitworth Art 
Gallery 2958 

Mandelliana, Bibliotheca(1791) 
428,1021,1022 

Mann, Caleb Scholefield 2661 



354 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Mansier, Jean 3687 

Manzoni, Giacomo, count (1816- 

1889; CF.BRAGAGLIA 2041) 1625, 

2478, 2904, 2997, 3 147, 3523 
Marchetti, Giovanni (181 7-1 876; 

CF. BRAGAGLIA2041) 1859,2253, 

3031,3359 
Marchexius, Augustinus 232 1 
Marchixius, Albertus 1840, 1841 
Marginal Cava dei Tirreni 

MARCODURUMtt*? DUREN 

Marcoussis. Celestines 2430 
Maretus, Caesar 1646 
Margoli, Ludovico di 3244 
Maria Laach. Benedictines 2053 
Maria Theresia, empress of Aus- 
tria (1717-1780) 530 
Marie de Luxembourg, duchesse 

de Vendome (d. 1546) 3703 
marienbaum. brigittines3 
Marienburg. Augustinian Nuns 

128 
Marienburg. Brigittines 3 
Marienfeld, Westphalia. Cister- 
cians 1947 
Marienthal (Rheingau) Broth- 
ers of the Common Life 1 14 
Marines (?) (Unidentified) 2766 
Marin i, Vincenzo, avvocato (cf. 

Bragaglia 2179-80) 3528 
Marinis,Tammarode (1878-1969) 

2368,2911,2978,3002,3291 
Mario, Giuseppe, conte di Candia 

see Candia 
Mariscalchus, Christophorus 

2251 
Marlborough, George Spencer, 

5th DUKE of (1766-1840) 491 
Marle, Raimond van (1888-1936) 

1922,3779 
Martellus, Ludovicus (1574) 2966 
Martin, — , of Louvain 3882 



Martin, Joseph John 3991 
Martin, Robert Walsingham 374, 

3879 
Martini, — , Dr., of Siena (1796) 

3273 
Martini, Franciscus de, of Lucca 

(1731; cf.Bragaglia 247 1)2347 
Martini, Giuseppe (1870-1944) 

120, 375, 2850, 2866, 2904, 3 193, 

3295,3485,3555 
Martin us de Leon, frater 1695 
Martinus, Gregorius 1543 
Marx, Hermann 924 
Massachusetts General Hos- 
pital. Tread well Library 2542 
Massachusetts Historical So- 
ciety 2091, 2352, 3 158 
Massena, Victor, prince D'Ess- 

ling5^essling 
Massicot, E. 3591 
Mathew, I. M. 875 
Mathison, William (1837) 936 
Matthaeus de Bonfatio, frater 

3455 
Maucler, Eugen, Freiherr von 

(1783-1859)856,3404 
Maurer, Konrad von (1823-1902) 

700,749,3826 
Maynard, Charles 2401 
Mayr, Anton (1824?) 610 
Maysonus (?), Carolus 2527 
Mazentius, Ludovicus 3302 
Mazzinghi, Paradiso (d. 1599) 

1792 
McClure, Edmund (d. 1922) 2297, 

2367,2452,2602 
Mecheler, Jost 132 
Mecheln. Augustinian Hermits 

3920 
Medici, Lorenzo de' (?) (1448- 

1492)2839 
Mediis, Dominicus de 2513 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



355 



Medlicott, Mary (1845-1927) 

4010,4012 
Medlicott, William Gibbons 

(1816-1883) 199,3610, (3636a), 

(3736a) 
Meek, Charles 1750, 1753 
Meerman, Gerard (1722-1771) 

3274 
Meiningen. Herzogliche Biblio- 

THEK S-866A 

Melchiori, Francesco (1615) 
3295 

Melk. Benedictines 745, 746, 747 

Melzi, Gaetano (1786-1851; cf. 
Bragaglia 1689-90, 1790-91) 
3054 

Memmingen. Stadtbibliothek 
601,990 

Mensing, Ant. W. M. 1299, 1744, 
3947A 

Mergenthal. Seminary Library 
252 

Merriam,0. C.3714 

Merrick, J. 1441 

Merrywood S-1342A 

Mestenheimer, Caspar 38 

Metten. Benedictines (S. Clem- 
ens) 247, 331 

Metten. Benedictines (S. Mic- 
hael Arch angelus) 741 

Metzdorf, C. T. 176 

Mexborough of Lifford, John 
Horatio Savile, 5th earl of 
(1843-1916)2716 

Meyer, E. (1847)696 

Meyer, Friedrich Marquard 
(1769-1834)537,955 

Meyer, Hans, of Leipzig 498 

Meyer, Johann 2033 

Michael — , of Vicenza 1555 

Michael, Theophilus 1474 

Michau, Ludovicus 3629 



Michelfeld. Benedictines (S. 

Johannes Evangelista) 443 
Michie, Henry Stuart (b. 1871) 

1262 
Middleton, John Henry (1846- 

1896)2958 
Milan. Augustinian Hermits 

2117 
Milan. Jesuits 1816 
Milan. Museo Cavaleri see 

Cavaleri 

MlLBACH5^ MUHLBACH 

Mildmay, Aubrey Neville St. 
John (b. 1865) 3140, 3142, S- 
2220A 

Mildmay, Sir Henry St. John, 4th 
BART. (1787-1848) 671 

Millard, James Elwin (1823-1894) 
1721 

Miller, Georg 1 199 

Miller, William Henry (1789- 
1848)^ Britwell Library 

Mindelheim. Augustinian Can- 
ons 93 

Mindelheim. Jesuits 93, 1577 

MlNORAUGIA5^ Weissenau 

Minot, Charles (H 1828, 1810- 
1866) 163, 214, 244, 422, 437, 
685, 864, 902, 971, 1003, 1061, 
1107, 1240, 1442, 1611, 1768, 
1785, 1793, 1981, 2034, 2560, 
2694, 3100, 3416, 3461, 3610, 
3621, (3636A), (3736a) 

Miro, Jose Ignacio (19th cent.) 
1518 

Mirsessus, Faustinus 1702 

Mitford, John (1781-1859) 2657 

Mittermayer, Leonard 225 

Moblet (?), Nicolas 753 

Mobrius, G. Fr. 1239 

Mocenni, Jacopo 233 1 

Mosch, Johannes 2509 



356 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



MOSINGER, STEPHAN, ABBOT OF 

Langheim (1697-1751) 725, S- 

819A 
Moguntia5^ Mainz 
moibanus, ambrosius, the elder 

(1494-1554) and YOUNGER 

(1546-1598)2638 
Moisis Placentinus 1872 
molkenbuer, johann 693 
Moll, Johannes 1875 
Monachum see Munich 
monasterium5<?£ munster 
Monastery (Unidentified) 709, 

1108, 1128, 1141, 2352, 2405, 

2804,3779,3791,3794 
Monastery of St. Euphemia (Un- 
identified) 3425 
Monastery of Sts. Peter and 

Paul (Unidentified) 1019 
Monetarius, Hieronymus see 

Munzer, Hieronymus 
Monogram (Unidentified) 1548 
Mons. Carmelites 3601 
Mons. Jesuits 3914 
Mons Mariorum see Marines (?) 
Mons Sancti Georgii see Sankt 

Georgenberg 
Montagnana, Petrus 1738 
Montague, Gilbert Holland (H 

'01, 1880-1961) 3640, S-724A 
Montal, Geronimo 3980 
Monte dello San GAGGiosee Gag- 

gio Montano 
Montebarousio, Franciscus a 

2287 
Montecenatio (?), Eremo 2974 
Montferrand, Andre de 882 
Month erot, Jean Baptiste Fran- 

gois Marie de 330 
Moore, Hoyt Augustus (LL.B'04, 

1870-1958)854 
Morandus, Jacobus 2091 



Morante, Joaquin Gomez de la 
Cortina, marques des*?*? Gomez 
de la Cortina 

Morgan, John Pierpont Sr. 
(1837-1913) and Jr. (H 1889, 
1867-1943) 544, 2915, 2927, 
2940, 2984, 3001, 3004, 3007, 
3583 

Morgan, Morris Hicky (H 1881, 
1859-1910) (1070a), 1148, 1758, 
1759, 1916, 1918, 2097, 2142, 
2191, 2293, 2489, 2558, 2581, 
2588, 2734, 3057, 3393, 3409, 
3424, 3683, 3789, 3818, 383 1 

Moroni (?), Giovanni Ambrogio 
1321 

MOROTjEAN 1227 

Morraglia, Ludovicus 3769 
Morris, William (1834-1896) 544, 

740,948,1299,2686,3873 
Morse, Susan Alice (Ensign) 125, 

307, 355, 385, 386, 387, 618, 940, 

1281, 1780, 1851, 2600, 2815, 

3022, 3386, 3514, 3605, 3638, 

3748,3873,3899,3974 
Morse, William Inglis (1874- 

1952)112,3845 
Morton, John, archbishop of 

Canterbury (1420P-1500) 1517 
Moser, Johann 593 
Moss, Joseph William (1 803-1 862) 

2640,3737 
Motley, John Lothrop (H 1831, 

1814-1877)3945 
Muhlbach, Johannes (d. 1493) 

396 
Muller, Johann (1584) 965 
Munster, Johannes (1560-1632) 

2537 
Munster. Jesuits 977 
Munzer, Erasmus (1443-1517) 

3801 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



357 



MUNZER, HIERONYMUS (D. 1508?) 

1557, 1559, 1813, 1846, 2081A, 
2450, 2810, 2867, S-3329A 
Muller, Gerlach (1501) 605 
MULLER, JOHANN (1625) 259 
Munich, Petrus (d. 1489?) 561 
Munich. Augustinian Hermits 

2085 
Munich. Bayerische Staatsbib- 
liothek 4, 5, 125, 497, 610, 763, 
776, 886, 1069, 1 137, 1602, 2124 
Munich. Bayerisches National- 
museum 80, 111, 148, 850, 852, 
907,S-991A 
Munich. Bibliotheca Regia see 
Munich. Bayerische Staats- 
bibliothek 
Munich. Franciscans (S. Anna) 

51,283,550,3953 
Munich. Jesuits 647 
Muranius (?), Johannes 969 
Muranus(?), — 172 
Murphy, Henry Cruse (1810- 

1882)923 
Murray, Charles Fairfax (1849- 
1919) 1012, 2911, 2917, 3596, 
3624, 3633, 3636, 3644, 3713, 
3782A 
Museo Cavaleri see Cavaleri 
Museum of Comparative Zoo- 
logy Library 2010, 3339 
Musto(?) family 2906, 2908 
Mynors, Sir Roger Aubrey Bas- 
kerville (1903-1989) 2571 

N.,J. (1853) 2454 

N. P. 1956 

Naeher, J. Matthias 529 

Nairne, James 1136 

Naples. Benedictines (Sts. Sev- 

erinusandSosius) 1802,2292 
Nash, Bennett Hubbard (H 1856, 



1834-1906)72,73, 123, 193,479, 
778, 1065, 1168, 1357, 1474, 
1581, 1746, 1752, 2060, 2148, 
2407, 2507, 2609, 2621, 2735, 
2763, 2866, 2869, 2870, 2873, 
2874, 2888, 2904, 2914, 3009, 
3030, 3086, 3 193, 3596, 401 1 

Nauclerus, Ludovicus see Ver- 
genhans 

Naumburg, Elkan (b. 1835) 3417 

Nebel, Daniel Wilhelm, of Hei- 
delberg (1735-1805) 1935 

Nelson, William 722 

Nenettus (?), Stephanus 2348 

Neoburgum w Neuburg 

Neoforum see Neumarkt 

Nesner, Otto 183 

Neuburg, Wolfgang Wilhelm, 
duke of (1578-1653) 1329 

Neuburg. Jesuit College 207 

Neumarkt (Bavaria) Capuchins 
219,1067 

Neustadt, Austria see Wiener- 
Neustadt 

Nevile, George (402 1a) 

New York. Union Theological 
Seminary 1128, 1206 

Newberry Library. John M. Wing 
Foundation 2364 

Newcastle-under-Lyne, Henry 
Pelham Archibald Douglas 
Pelham-Clinton, 7th duke of 
(1864-1928)1570,2629 

Newman, Henry Roderick 
(1833?-1918) 832, 2503, 2833, 
2834, 2881, 2887, 2889, 2912, 
2913, 2915, 2916, 2917, 2918, 
2920, 2921, 2922, 2923, 2924, 
2925, 2926, 2927, 2929, 2930, 
2932, 2933, 2934, 2937, 2939, 
2940, 2943, 2944, 2945, 2946, 
2947, 2948, 2949, 2951, 2952, 



358 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



2954, 2955, 2956, 2959, 2977, 
2980, 2982, 2983, 2984, 2985, 
2986, 3001, 3003, 3004, 3005, 
3006, 3007, 3008, 3011, 3013, 
3014, 3016, 3018, 3019, 3020, 
3025, 3029, 3032, 3033, 3035, 
3583 

New York. Metropolitan Mu- 
seum of Art 2974 

Neydecker,Johann (1626) 1250 

Nichols, Charles Lemuel (M.D. 
1875, 1851-1929) 51, 671, 789, 
868,1552,2632,2762,3672 

Nickerson, William Emery 1641 

Niesert, Joseph (1766-1841) 242, 
374,388,1154,3869 

Nigra Paluss^ Schwarzenbroich 

Nissoles,M.2281 

Nitra (Slovakia) Franciscans 
2063 

Noeyens, Johannes see Turnout 

Norfolk, Henry Howard, 6th 
duke OF (1628-1684) 62, 665, 
767, 836, 1517, 1601, 1780, 1888, 
1904, 2169, 2224, 2449, 2465, 
2815,3361,3525 

Norris, Henry (1830) 3046 

North, Frederick, 5th earl of 
Guilford see Guilford 

Norton, Andrews (H 1804, 1786- 
1853)3599 

Norton, Charles Eliot (H 1846, 
1827-1908) 12, 79, 90, 127, 146, 
207, (216a), 278, 302, 363, 428, 
432, 471, 489, 604, 633, 675, 679, 
725, 738, 784, 935, 962, 1021, 
1022, 1075, 1110, 1204, 1224, 
1261, 1308, 1335, 1340, 1361, 
1385, 1392, 1439, 1450, 1477, 
1478, 1506, 1511, 1551, 1585, 
1588, 1624, 1633, 1666, 1729, 
1730, 1738, 1800, 1804, 1818, 



1823, 1827, 1857, 1880, 1888, 
1896, 1919, 2043, 2062, 2114, 
2116, 2184, 2188, 2259, 2275, 
2317, 2318, 2319, 2368A, 2426, 
2480, 2481, 2485, 2486A, 2492, 
2518, 2531, 2578, 2592, 2622, 
2678, 2687, 2728, 2730, 2786, 
2851, 2855, 2879, 2882, 2883, 
2973, 3027, 3148, 3149, 3150, 
3207, 3208, 3305, 3375, 3378, 
3394, 3401, 3531, 3599, 3672, 
3720, 3723, 3736, 3737, 3797, 
3881,3885,3919,3922,3937 

Norton, T. 3987 

Norwich. Dominicans 2249 

Norwood, Alfred J. 960, 4014, 
4019 

Notojo, Giusti (?) (1573) 2759 

Nottelius, Nicolaus (1574?) 36 

Nowodworsky, — 1271 

Nuremberg. Benedictines (S. 
^gidius)63 

Nuremberg. BibliothecaPublica 
see Nuremberg. Stadtbiblio- 
thek 

Nuremberg. Stadtbibliothek 
(cf. Warnecke 1473-74) 1700, 
2111,3421,3792 

NYiTRA^e Neutra, Hungary 

0.,H.3998 

O. M. (1874)600 

Oberherrlingen, Bibliothek^ 

Maucler, Eugen 
Oberman, Heiko Augustinus 

(1930- ) 1789 
Obermiller, Sebastian (1579) 967 
Obersdorfer, Johann 224 

OCHS VON OCHSENSTEIN, HEINRICH 

Wilhelm (1702-1751; cf. War- 
necke 1491-92)426,3180 

OCHSENHAUSEN. BENEDICTINES (S. 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



359 



Georg) (cf. Warnecke 1495) 
193,1065,1168 
Odell, Andrew J. 3541 
Oenipontum w Innsbruck 
Oeno-Rothensiaw Rottam Inn 
Oettingen-Wallerstein'sche 
Bibliothek 519, 524, 569, 798, 
799,865,1803 
OGNI SANTI see FLORENCE. FRAN- 
CISCANS 

Ohl, Edwin Newton (H '23, 

1901-1956)2749 
ol'denburg, — , prince of 3409 
olivarius, benedictus3419 
Oliver, John Rathbone(H 1894, 

1872-1943)2290 
Olmutz. Archiepiscopal Sem- 
inary 1160 
Olmutz. Dominicans (S. Michael) 

553, 1055 
Olona, Italy (Department) Dire- 

zione generale della stampa e 

libreria1537 
Olschki, Leo Samuel (1861-1940; 

cf. Bragaglia 2478) 1839, 2799, 

2999,3031,3527 
Oristano (Sardinia) Capuchins 

3983 
Orsetti, Stefano (?) 1569 
Ortenburg, Joachim, Graf zu 

(1530-1600)3265 
Orth, B. P. (cf. Warnecke 1519) 

605 
Ossiach (KArnten) Benedictines 

76 
Osterley Park Library see Jersey, 

Victor Albert George Child- 

VlLLIERS, 7TH EARL OF 

Oswald, John Clyde (1872-1938) 

1967 
Otis, Harrison Gray (H 1783, 

1765-1848) 1854A 



Otocki, Paul 83 1,1085 
Ottye, William 4009 
Ourches, Leon d' 1 
Oxford. Bodleian Library 3618 
Oxford. College of St. Mary see 

Oxford. New College 
Oxford. New College 2668 
Oxford. Taylor Institution 

2331 
Oyens, Felix de Marez 2, 2970 

P., A. 2279 

P. A. Z. L. see HlEBER, PLACIDIUS 

P. B. 2556, 2589 

P., B.J. 3635 

P. H.35 

P.J.E.2397 

P. W. see Vienna. Dominicans 

Pachdorffer,Ab ram (1632) 626 

Padoani, Alessandro 1801, 2408 

Padoliron. S. Benedictuss<?<? San 

Benedetto Po 
Padua. Augustinian Canons (S. 

Giovanni di Verdara) 1293, 

1738 
Padua. Benedictines (Cassinese 

Congregation of St. Justina) 

1802,3350 
Paganis, Ubaldus de 2030 
Pagnoni, Ernesto 1741, 2524 
Pailius (?), Franciscus 2598 
Paine, Mrs. Augustus 3528 
Paine, Cornelius, Jr. (1809-1890) 

955 
Paine, Robert Troup (H 1851, 

1829-1851)352,941,1292,2409, 

3395,3877 
Pakington, John Somerset, 1st 

baron Hampton see Hampton 
Palatio (?), Bonaventura de 

3124A,3584 
Palermo. Capuchins 2136 



360 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Palha, Fernando (d. 1897) 629, 

728, 794, 928, 929, 3259, 3648, 

3658, 3659, 3660, 3973, 3985, 

3985A, 3987, (3987a), 3988 
Palmer, Thomas (H 1761, 1743- 

1820)2668 
Panhormuss^ Palermo 
Panigius (?), Udalrigus 2441 
Panzer, Georg Wolfgang (1729- 

1805)3908 
?A?iAsee Pavia 
Paradies der Heiligen Maria see 

Posen 
Parembski (?), Johannes (1603) 

1019 
Paris. Bibliotheque nationale 

3634 
Paris. Chapitre metropolitan. 

Bibliotheque 3865 
Paris. Congregation de Mon- 

taigu 3627 
Paris. Jesuits (?) 900 
Paris. Pauvres Clercs see Paris. 

Congregation de Montaigu 
Paris. Seminaire de Saint-Sul- 

pice. Bibliotheque 3865 
Parkman, George Francis (H 

1844, d. 1908)375,572, 1636 
Parma, Charles Louis de Bour- 
bon, duke of (1799-1883) 314, 

976 
Parma. Bibliotheca Regia 353 1 
Parmentier, — 927 
Parr, Samuel (1747-1825) 2087 
Parra, Stephanus (1766) 3516 
Parrhasius, Aulus Janus (1470- 

1522)1345 
Parry, Thomas Gambier 874 
Passau. Franciscans 536 
Passmore, Thomas Henry (1865- 

1941)901,968,3829 
Paston, John 1853A 



Patavias^ Padua 
Pateisdoris(P), Claudius 3772 
Paulus Nicolaus Serranus, frat- 

er (Franciscan) 2068, 2250 
Pavia. Benedictines (S. Apolli- 

naris)2134 
Pavia. Bibliotheca S. Mariae 

Coronatae 2405 
Pavia. Franciscans 253 1 
Pavia. S. Gregorius (?) 2076 
Pavia. S. Thomas 2134 
Payne, Frank 37 
Payne, Henry 718 
Peabody, Andrew Preston (H 

1826, 181 1-1893) 91, 623, 2526 
Peabody, Francis Greenwood (H 

1869, 1847-1936) 1623, 2278 
Pease, John William (d. 1901) 

3735 
Peckover, Alexander, baron 

2763 
Peirce, Charles Sanders (H 1859, 

1839-1914)440,443, 1092, 1093, 

1994,2311,2329,3663 
Peirce, Mrs. Charles Sanders 858 
Pelachat, Nicolas 3820 
Pelerinus, Jacobus (1614) 3 199 
Pellion, P. Guy 1555 
Pembroke, Thomas Herbert, 8th 

earl of (1656-1733) 1291 
Pengk, Johannes, of Weissen- 

burg2353,S-748A 
Penrose, Boies, II (H '25, 1902- 

1976) 299, 970, 994, 1071, 1087, 

1284, 1536, 3046, 3064, 3068, 

3274A, 3300, 3538, 3579, 3958, 

3963,3970,3992 
Penrose, Charles Bingham Boies 

(H '50, 1928- ) 3992 
People of Great Britain 393 1 
Pepper, Morton 3511 
Perez Bayer, Francisco (1711- 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



361 



1794)1336 
Perger, Bernhard 2778 
Peristiani, Atanasio (1768) 3054 
Perizonius, Jacobus (1651-1715) 

1736 
Perkins, Frederic 3926 
Perrey, Petrus Franciscus (1720) 

2421 
Perrins, Charles William Dyson 

(1864-1958) 924, 1282, 1608, 

2115, 2230, 2474, 2482, 3275, 

3283,3298,3632.3781 
Perroclet, Jacob 1172 
Perugia. Benedictines (S. Peter) 

1819 
Perugia. Dominicans 2109, 2155 
Perugia. Jesuits 3526 
Perugia. Monks of St. Justina 

1687 
Pesaro, Marco Francesco 3084 
Pesaro. Bibliotheca S. Crucis 

1332 
Petiblet, — 3716 
Petra, Civus (1570) 2034 
Petronius Bononiensis (1481) 

2803 
Peutigeriana, Bibliotheca 708 
Pezold, Karl Friedrich (1675- 

1731; cf. Warnecke 1556-57) 

3374 
Pfeiffer, Candidus 3271 
Pfeiffer, George Joseph 3419 
Pforzheim. Dominican Nuns 539 
Philadelphia. College of Physi- 
cians 1724 
Philiatrus, Gablerus 937 
Phillipps, Robert Biddulph (b. 

1799?) 3858, 4013, 4021 
Phillipps, Sir Thomas, bart. 

(1792-1872)1758,2843 
Piacenza. Benedictine Nuns (S. 

Sixtus) 3408 



Piacenza. Bibliotheca S. Johan- 

nis Baptistae in Canalibus 

1672 
Piacenza. Bibliotheca S. There- 

siae2891 
Piacenza. Collegio di San Lazaro 

(?) 2694 
Piacenza. Jesuits 2874 

PlCCOLOMINI, LAFINI (?) 1419 

Pichus, Maria Barbara S-255A 
Pickering, Charles (H 1823, 

1805-1878)38 
Pickhardt, Mrs. Carl 33 18 
Pierce, Henry Lillie (1825-1896) 
353, 401, 490, 584, 782, 851, 
3140,3142,3884,S-2220A 
Pinarolo. Franciscans 2653 
Pinat, Hippolyte 476 
Pinelli, Johannes Paulus 3419 
Pinelli, Maffeo (1736-1785) 1354, 
1514, 1630, 1639, 1887, 2785, 
3078, 3079, 3082, 3378, 3553 
Pinkerton, John (1758-1826) 
2415 

PlNOS FAMILY OF LERIDA, SPAIN 

(1877)757,1737 
Pio, Giovanni Battista (d. ca. 

1540)2417 
Pipes, Richard (1923- ) 3784 

PlRCKHEIMER, WlLIBALD (1470- 

1530; cf. Warnecke 1583-84) 
62, 665, 767, 836, 1601, 1888, 
1904,3317,3361 

PlRCKHEIMER, JOHANN (1440-1501) 

1601,1904 
Pisaurum w Pesaro 

PlSTORIS,JOHANN (D. 1510) 1198 

Pius VI, Pope (1717-1799) 2538 
Pius, Johannes Baptistae Pio 
Placentinus, Cherubinus 2096 
Placentinus, Johannes Aloisius 
2096 



362 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Plankstetten. Benedictines 1 706 
Plettenberg, Johann (d. 1490?) 

1128 
Pleviers, Arnoldus 3941 
Plobbynt (?), Johannes 243 1 
Plumbino, Aurelius de 2538 
Politi, Jacobus 2720 
Pollack-Parnau, Franz 870 
Polling. Augustinian Canons 
(Sts. Salvator and Crux) (cf. 
Warnecke 1598 and 1603) 85, 
955,1881 
Pollock, Alexander Russell S- 

110B 
Pompei, Stefano 1314 
Pontaemuli see Pontremoli 
Ponte, Serafim de 2030 
Ponte y Andrade, Pedro de 3962 
Pontremoli. SS. Annunziata 1885 
Poor, Henry William (H 1865, 

1844-1915)729,1568 
Pop, Nicolaus 1310 
Pope-Hennessy, Sir John (1834- 

1891)1821 
Poppl, Christophorus 1381 
Porta, Pietro Giovanni, of Mon- 
aco 3968 
Porteau, Harditus 3664 
Portella,Andreu 1777 
Porter, Arthur Kingsley (1883- 

1933)1156 
Porter, William D. (1889) 202 
Portiuncula see Assisi. Fran- 
ciscans 
Posellus, Johannes 1847 
Posen. Cistercians 68 
Potier, Johannes 3349 
Potter, Alfred Claghorn (H 

1889,1867-1940)1903 
Potter, Murray Anthony (H 
1895, 1871-1915) 1191, 1467, 
1529,2611,2864,3078,3135 



Poulton, William 3227 
Pourtales, Albert de 2027 
Powell, George Herbert (1856- 

1924)3140,3142, S-2220A 
Powell, Lefferts W. 3870 
Powis, Edward Herbert, 2nd earl 

of (1785-1848) 1358, 2627, 2654, 

2658,2673,2683 
Poyntz, Nathaniel Castleton 

Stephen (b. 1846?) 2355, 31 14 
Pozza, Luciano di 2549 
praesicharine (?), wlnandus a, of 

ZUTPHEN3937 

Pranwasser, Michael 890 

Prato, Laurentius 452 

Pratt, George Williams (H 1 82 1 , 

1802-1876)2101,2102 
PRECHT5<?<? Brecht 

Preiner, Johann 2124 

Prepoli (?), Ugo di, count 3119 

Prescott, William (H 1783, 1762- 
1844)1254 

Presschoff, Rainardus 46 

Preston, — 2991 

Preyus (?) Engelbert 693 

Prieser, Veit (1600) 147 

Prince, William (1873) 193, 1065, 
1168 

Privitelli, Giacomo 2242 

Prochazka, Martin 1270 

Proctor, Robert George Colli- 
er (1868-1903) 1 1 1 1, 2864, 3513 

Protzer, Johann (ca. 1450-1528) 
2159,2376,2510,2551,3068 

Prufening (diocese of Regens- 
burg) Benedictines 3490 

Prull (near Regensburg) Car- 
thusians (Sts. Vitus and Mod- 
estus) 933 

PRUNNER5^ Brunner 

Pryor, Richard Vickris (d. 1851) 
936 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



363 



Ptolemaeus, Germanius (1629) 

2370 
Ptolemaeus, Laelius (1582) 2370 
Pucci, Francesco (1543-1597) 

2665 
Puccini, Bartolommeo 2087 
Pullen, — 4002 
Putnam, Georgina (Lowell) 45 1 , 

1237,3828 
Puttrich, — S-209A 
Puze (?), Martinus 2430 
Pyll, Guardianus (1573) 1019 
Pyll, Henricus (1 573) 3308 

QUENTIN, St. 538 

Rabb, Heinrich 1217 
Racelensis (?), Angelus 2 1 76 
Radcliffe College Library see 

Hilles Library 
Raguscio, Matthaeus de 1459 
Rahir, Edouard (1862-1924) 3703, 

3730 
Raid, Johannes Paulus 3803 
Raimaker, Bernhard 381 
Rainaud, Honore (1573) 2246 
Rainmenn (?), Hermann 249 
Raitenhaslach (Bavaria) Cister- 
cians 533, 564 
Ram, Andreas 3441 
Rambstengus (?), Baptista3424 
Rand, Edward Kennard (H 1894, 

1871-1945)70,2034 
Randolph, Evan (H '03, 1880- 

1962)515 
Ranshofen. Augustinian Canons 

839, 1497 
Ranshover, Georg 155 
Rath, Eric von (b. 1881)3911 
Ratisbons^ Regensburg 
Rattey, Clifford C 677, 883, 924 
Rattier, Leon 3273 



Raynata (?), Johannes Baptista 
3064 

Ream, Mrs. Norman P. 19, 2276, 
2591 

Rebdorf. Augustinian Canons (S. 
Johannes Baptista) 744, 826, 
1161 

Rebus (Unidentified) 3744 

Rectis (?), P. 743 

Rector (?), Nicolaus 1317 

Redgrave, Gilbert Richard 
(1844-1941) 625, 765, 1314, 
1725, 1778, 1828, 1831, 2033, 
2416,2773,3928 

Reed, Talbot Baines (1852-1893) 
3588 

Regatius, B. 1747 

Regensburg. Augustinian Her- 
mits 14, 123, 1634 

Regensburg. Benedictines (S. 
Jacobus Scotorum) 1 180, 3490 

Regensburg. Benedictines (S. 
EMmeram) (cf. Warnecke 1670) 
3801 

Regensburg. Dominicans (cf. 
Warnecke 1666) 164, 2241 

Regensburg. Franciscans 614 

Reichenbach. Benedictines 679 

Reichenhall (Oberbayern) Au- 
gustinian Canons (S. Zeno) 187 

Reinenbrin, Johanna (1585) 307 

Reisach, — (1809)1006 

Reisinger, Curt Hugo (H '12, 
1891-1964) 65, 66, 384, 795, 871, 
872, 1007, 1010, 1641, 2372, 
(3035d),3806 

Remboutz, Jacob 33 

Remigius, Eucharius 2132 

Remihaugen, Anton (1555)579 

Remihaugen, Martin (d. 1555?) 
579 

Renard, Joseph 3806 



364 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Renard, Paul 3954 

Renouard, Antoine Augustin 
(1765-1853)1,2676 

Renz,Theodor (1834-1896) 2336A 

Restanus, Lazarus (1627) 2513 

Rethem (?) Franciscans 1092, 
1093 

Retz (Lower Austria) Domini- 
cans 225 

Reutter,Johann (1620) 1245 

Reynier, — 3841 

Reynolds, Edward, bishop of 
Norwich (1599P-1676) 3814 

Rheims. BIBLIOTHECA3699 

Rheims. Cathedral. Chapter 
3589 

Rhein (Province) Jesuits 220 

Rhenanus, Beatus (1485-1547) 
2672 

Rhethaim see Rethem 

Riant, Paul, count (1836-1888) 
32, 42, 47, 94, 104, 107, 131, 150, 
179, 185, 215, 216, 240, 281, 330, 
366, 477, 483, 484, 485, 520, 549, 
550, 612, 644, 650, 651, 653, 655, 
668, 706, 804, 91 1, 93 1 , 947, 949, 
985, 1004, 1006, 1030, 1049, 
1155, 1182, 1249, 1255, 1256, 
1259, 1322, 1337, 1374, 1375, 
1377, 1384, 1387, 1397, 1406, 
1407, 1410, 1415, 1420, 1426, 
1430, 1432, (1432a), (1432b), 
1454, 1456, 1462, 1468, 1470, 
1479, 1481, 1490, 1494, 1497, 
1503, 1508, 1731, 1784, 1799, 
1889, 2189, 2391, 2408, 2756, 
3066, 3083, 3089, 3264, 3285, 
3296, 3325, 3332, 3434, 3510, 
3612, 3622, 3625, 3673, 3691, 
3775, 3875, 3888, S-1619B 

RlCASOLI, PANDOLFO, BARON HEB- 

25 



RlCASOLI RlDOLFI, LAUDOMIA3030 

Ricci, Johannes Antonius Bono- 
tus2157 

Rice, Alexander Hamilton (H 
1898,1875-1956)921 

Rice, Eleanor (Elkins) Widener 
see Widener 

Rice, Hamilton A. see Rice, Alex- 
ander Hamilton 

Rich, Obadiah (1783-1850) 627, 
1577,1652,1739,2884 

Richard, J. ,D.M. 1379 

Richardson, Robert (1779-1847) 
2542 

Richardson, William King (H 
1880, 1859-1951) 5, 7, 31, 34, 49, 
97, 120, 186, 398, 494, 503, 504, 
505, 506, 507, 509, 51 1, 513, 514, 
525, 539, 678, 715, 729, 748, 763, 
838, 881, 1 180, 1258, 1286, 1288, 
1293, 1299, 1310, 1514, 1520, 
1547, 1558, 1563, 1565, 1567, 
1575, 1579, 1647, 1651, 1654, 
1682, 1713, 1726, 1744, 1801, 
1806, 1847, 1887, 1905, 1993, 
2074, 2160, 2421, 2452, 2453, 
2511, 2537, 2555, 2627, 2629, 
2630, 2632, 2636, 2640, 2643, 
2644, 2645, 2650, 2654, 2657, 
2661, 2662, 2664, 2670, 2676, 
2679, 2684, 2685, 2690, 2737, 
2740, 2745, 2762, 2781, 2854, 
2865, 2965, 2991, 3043, 3059, 
3126, 3271, 3342, 3348, 3369, 
3398, 3644, 3993, 3947A 

Richmond, Carleton Rubira (H 
'09, b. 1887)3552 

Ridelius, Andreas (1645) 2373 

Ridler, W. 848 

Ridmond, Philip 3972 

Ridmond, Thomas 3972 

Ried. Capuchins 843 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



365 



Rieger, Martin 1891, 1892 
Righi, Franciscus (1675) 1880 
Rimini. Convent of St. Balbina 

1329 
Rinaldi, Rinaldo 1995 
Rinolfi, Marinus 2036 
Rmus, — 2706 
Rivet, Gustave Hector (b. 1848) 

1344, 1347, 1356, 1370 
Robbins, Chandler (H 1829, 

1810-1882)2161 
Roche Guyon see Chateau de la 

Roche Guyon 
Roch lin, Jakob 969 
Roethke,R.W.3611 
Rottinger, Heinrich (b. 1869) 

1412 
Rogers, William Lo range (d. 

1838)1136 
Roggenburg. Premonstraten- 

SIANSS-1114A 

Roig, Antonio (1637P-1701) 3602 
Rome. Bibliotheca S. Benedicti 

1906 
Rom e.Jesuits 3470 
Rome. Theatines 1309, 2615 
Romilly, John, 1st baron (1802- 

1874)3855 
Ropfer, Christoph 962 
ROSCHUS, NlCOLAUS (151 1) 992 

Roscoe, William (1753-1831) 752, 

2101,2102 
Rose, August 1680, 1696, 1705 
Rose, Johann Christoph (1583) 

1680,1696,1705 
Rosenblad, Bernhard Emanuel 

(1820)3373 
Rosenmarker, — 1239 
Rosenthal, Albrecht ("Albi") 

(1914-)783 
Rosenthal, Bernard Michael 

(1920- ) 783 



Rosenthal, Jacques (1845-1937) 

774, 783 
Rosenwald, LessingJulius (1891- 

1979)801 
Rosetti, Benedetto, count 1801 
Rosnati, Carlo 1581 
Ross, Denman Waldo (H 1875, 

1853-1935)3496 
Rossattus, Joseph us 3061 
Rossi,— , bishop 3275 
Rossignarus, Petrus 927 
Rota, Franciscus 2090 
Rotarius, Hannibal 2428 
Rotch, Abbott Lawrence (Hon 

1891, 1861-1912)434,631,982, 

1067, 1239, 1764, 1834, 2307, 

2368B 
Roth. Premonstratensians (cf. 

Warnecke 1795)643 
Rotpletz, Ulrich (d. 1494) 1927 
Rott, Johann 986 
Rott am Inn. Benedictines (Sts. 

Marinus and Anianus) 716, 

1078 
Rotten buch (Bavaria) Augus- 

tinian Canons (B.M.V.) 698, 

2299,2320 
Rottenhuber, Martin 166 
Rouen. Parlement. Biblio- 

theque des Avocats 3603 
Rougeval (Brabant) (Uniden- 
tified library) 3671 
Roverinus, Johannes Antonius 

3158 
Rovina, Michael (1769) 2436 
Rowe, Louis Thompson (d. 1927) 

2407,3509 
Roxburghe, John Ker, 3rd duke 

OF (1740-1804) 1449 
Royal Meterological Society, 

London 618 
Royal Society of London 62, 665, 



366 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



767, 836, 1204, 1517, 1601, 1780, 
1888, 1904, 2169, 2224, 2449, 
2465, 2516, 2815, 2875, 3099, 
3317,3361,3525 

Rumott (?), Johannes Christi- 
ans (1698) 2260 

Ruisechus, Benedictus 3419 

RUNKADA5ee BRIXEN 

Russell, John Fuller (1814-1884) 

2794 
Russus(?), Andreas 3769 
Ruzalionus, Balthasar (1722) 

2365 
Ruzzini, Giuseppe 3338 

S. A. M. see Munich. Franciscans 

S. B. 1772 

S. B. A. see AMBERG. FRANCISCANS 

S. B.A.M.3087 

S.C. 19 

S., C.J. 3090 

S.M. 1865 

S. M. A. I. see INGOLSTADT. FRAN- 
CISCANS 

S. M. A. V. see AUGSBURG. FRAN- 
CISCANS and Varese. S. Maria 
Annunziata(P) 

S.O. M.2351 

S. P. 2744 

S.,S. Heb-25 

S.,W.3863 

Sabinus, Michael 2413 

Sacard, Caesar Piva 2713 

Sachs, Mrs. Howard Joseph 2686 

Sada, Mrs. Cordelia K. 1776 

Saint Andre, Jacques, sieur de 
3782 

Saint Angelus, Convent of (Uni- 
dentified) 2010 

Saint Barbara, Convent of (Uni- 
dentified) 3906 

Saint Bride Foundation Insti- 



tute, London. Passmore Ed- 
wards Library 3588 

Saint Bride Foundation Insti- 
tute, London. William Blades 
Library S-110A 

Saint Mary Magdalene, Oratory 
of (Unidentified) 1883 

Saint Philippe, Bibliotheque de 
see Bibliotheque de S. Philippe 

Salem, Adriana R. 99, 122, 1283, 
1285, 1289, 1320, 1321, 1482, 
1484, 1496, 1501, 1515, 1528, 
1533, 1538, 1549, 1550, 1553, 
1554, 1564, 1566, 1569, 1576, 
1593, 1599, 1621, 1650, 1653, 
1663, 1728, 1750, 1753, 1774, 
1777, 1778, 1809, 1819, 1923, 
2061, 2070, 2082, 2094, 2175, 
2211, 2226, 2380, 2425, 2427, 
2478, 2631, 2639, 2641, 2649, 
2651, 2656, 2675, 2683, 2688, 
2748, 2750, 2753, 2771, 2776, 
2782, 2792, 2795, 2838, 2844, 
2856, 2971, 2972, 2987, 2992, 
3054, 3104, 3128, 3157, 3177, 
3203, 3281, 3291, 3330, 3371, 
3406, 3480, 3484, 3533, 3676, 
3741, 3744, 3849, S-1269A 

Salem (Baden) Cistercians 3149, 
3150 

Salins. Capuchins 3628 

Salisbury, Stephen (H 1817, 
1798-1884) 1306, 1532, 1600, 
1962, 1991, 2487, 2561, 2655, 
2799, 3117, 3239, 3312, 3355, 
3735, 3842, 3854, 3913A, 3923 

Salomon, Anton i us 1847 

Salsa Malespina, — , marchese (cf. 
Bragaglia421) 2364, 2735 

Salviati, Roberto 1883 

Salwey, Thomas (1791-1877) 403, 
414 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



367 



Salzburg. Benedictines (St. 
PETER) 89, 165, 554, 803, 854, 
2000, 2005, 2014, 2504, 2710, 
3188,3835 

Salzburg. Franciscans 2300 

San Benedetto Po (near Mantua) 
Benedictines 1896A 

SanctaCrux^^ Heiligenkreuz 

Sancta Maria ad Gradus, Con- 
vent of (Unidentified) 1842 

Sancta Maria Gratiana(?) (Uni- 
dentified) 2037 

Sancta Maria in Sylvis (Uniden- 
tified) 3050 

Sancto Christiano(P), Petrus 
Johannes de 3281 

SanctusJohannes(P) ad Carbon- 
ariam (Unidentified) 2347 

Sankt Georgenberg (Tyrol) 
Benedictines 558, 568 

Sanseverino, — 3323 

Sarti us, Alexander (1491) 2871 

Sartorius, Johannes 1881 

Sassenage, Marguerite de 
(fl. 1438-1488) 3633 

Sassi, Giuseppe Antonio (1675- 
1751;cf. Bragaglia 485) 2087 

Satheerg(?),Erhardus3161 

Saturday Club of Boston 1850, 
2068, 3143, 3641, 3642, 3697, 
3926 

Savage, Howard James (Ph.D. '15, 
B. 1886)2724 

Savile, John Horatio, 5th earl 
Mexborough of Lifford see 
Mexborough of Lifford 

Savine, Giraud de (1832) 1923 

Savoia, Carlo Alberto di (1798- 
1849)320 

Savolio,M. F. (1618) 2783 

Sawyer, George Augustus (H 
1877,1857-1922)722 



Saxe-Gotha, Ernst II, duke of 

(1745-1804)1148 
Scaierni,G.S-2786A 
Schadl, — 910 
Schandein-Heyl,— 1587 
Scharff, Georg (1566) 218 
Scharpff, Servatius 159 
Schauer, Johann 204 
Schefer, Charles 383, 540 

SCHEFF, HENNING, OF PFORZHEIM 

(1562)273 
Scheibel, Johannes Ephraim 

(1736-1809)2162 
Schenk, Johann Friedrich (d. 

1622)3410 
Schenk, Hieronymus 3410 
Scheurl, Christoph (1481-1542; 

cf. Warnecke 1896) 1 190 
Scheyern. Benedictines 1 10, 198, 

1076 
Schlackenwerth. Piarists 1680, 

1696,1705 
Schleiz. Schulbibliothek 189 
Schlick, Andreas (1573) 3308 
Schlick, Johannes Hieronymus 

3308 
Schlieffen-Schwandt, Johann 

Leo Karl, Graf (1792-1866) 795 
Schmid, — 705, 2412, 2574 
Schmidt, Paul 95, 932, 2931, 3647 
Schmidt, R. 738 
Schmolck, Benjamin (1672-1737) 

2801 
Schnals (Tyrol) Carthusians 

117,1574 
Schnell, Johannes (1812-1889) 

3149,3150 
Schoferlin, Conrad 2124 
Schoenius, Justus (1588) 298 
Schoenthal. Augustinian Her- 
mits 289, 1381 
Schofield, William Henry (Ph.D. 



368 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



1895,1870-1920)2395 

SCHULER, JOHANN CHR1STOPH 

(1675)965 
Schulz, Joachim Urban (1749) 

683 
Schulz, Paul (1893) 1927 
Schumann, Peter (1533-1589) 

163,214,685 
Schussenried. Premonstraten- 

sians 481, 231 1,2329 
Schwabisch-Gmund. Dominicans 

115,879,898 
Schwarzach. Sts. Sebastian and 

Felicitas39 

SCHWARZENBROICH. CROSIER FATH- 
ERS 408 
SCHYERN see SCHEYERN 

Seabright, Sir Thomas, bart. 
(1723-1765)2745 

Seamans, Mrs. Robert C. 2524, 
3313 

Sears, George Edward 910 

Sears, Sarah Choate (1858-1935) 
23, 78, 82, 151, 211, 212, 223, 
248, 547, 862, 1419, 1486, 1718, 
1762, 2260, 2604A, 2811, 3384, 
3488, 3537, 3544, 3548, 3746 

SebastianusJanuensis 1872 

Sebright, Sir Thomas Gage Saun- 
ders, bart. (1857)3767 

Sedelius, Wolfganguss^ Seidel, 
Wolfgang 

Seemanshausen. Augustinian 
Hermits 82 

Seidel, Wolfgang (1492-1562; cf. 
Warnecke 2001) 776 

Seilliere, FRANgois Florentin 

ACHILLE DE, BARON (D. 1869) 

1012,2380 
Seitenstetten (?) Benedictines 

2804 
Sello, G. 867 



Seminarium S. Wolfgangi (Uni- 
dentified) 1096 
Semitic Department Library 

Heb-22 
Sens. Celestines3513 
Senter, Joseph Herbert (H 1861, 

1842-1922)3721 
Serico, Sebastiano 3 1 76 
Seripando, Antonio (1485-1531) 

1345 
Sermondus, Geronimus S-255A 
Serra, Luigi, duca di Cassano see 

Cassano 
Serra San Quirico. Biblioteca 

Comunale 2469 
Serra San Quirico. Franciscans 

2250, 2469 
Serranus, Paulus Nicolaus see 

Paulus Nicolaus Serranus 
Serrure, Constant Philippe 

(1805-1872) 356, 944, 3938 
Sertorius, Johannes Paschalis 

(1568)2082 
Servais, Gaspard Joseph de (1735- 

1807)1,402 
Servites (Unidentified monas- 
tery) 3809 
Severne, John Edmund (1826- 

1899)534,701 
Sexton, Eric Hyde Lord (b. 1902) 

1472,2240 
Sforza de Sanctaflora (?) 1950 
Sharpe, Ellen D. 606, 1247 
Sheen (Surrey) Carthusians 340 
Sheldon, Amey Richmond 2798 
Shelley, Walter 460 
Shene see Sheen 
Shipley, Jonathan, bishop of St. 

Asaph (1713-1788) 1664 
Shipperdson, Edward (1781-1855) 

1568 
Shoults, William Arderne (1 839- 

1887)280,1469 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



369 



Shuckburgh, Sir George 45, 1522 
Siccus, Marcus 1991 
SiegenJ. (1805) 472 

SILVA, DONATO DE, COUNT (1690- 

1779; cf. Bragaglia T-30) 617, 
3028 

Silva, Ercole DE, COUNT (1756- 
1840; cf. Bragaglia T-45) 616, 
1117, 1512, 1537, 1595, 1644, 
1725, 1821, 1975, 2214, 2490, 
2585, 2596, 2652, 2800, 3097, 
3106,3302 

Silver, Louis H. (d. 1963) 2765 

Silvius, Franciscus 3534 

Silvius, Julius 2036 

Sim, Adam 1140 

SIMONETTA, FRIDERICUS 2059 

Sinedrus, Alexander 2143 
Sinnott, Allen 1853A 
Sinnott, Robert 1853A 
Sir Walter's study see Pope- 

Hennessy, Sir John 
Skeat, Walter William (1835- 

1912)237 
Skinner, E.W. (1892) 3209 
Slack, J. H. (1866)744 
Slacoverdensia see Schlacken- 

WERTH 
SLOCUMjOHN JERMAIN 1441 

Smith, Hermon Dunlap (H '21, 
1900-1983) 492, 3748, 3815, S- 
3435A 

Smith, Hugo 718 

Smith, William Alexander (d. 
1899)379,412 

Smith, William Wheeler 1847 

Smyth, — 4002 

Smyth, Herbert Weir (H 1878, 
1857-1937) 1009, 1045, 1234, 
1708, 2301, 2396, 2469, 2638, 
2660, 2747, 2872, 2964, 2966, 
3163,3227 

Snalbs^Schnals 



Sneyd, Ralph 3337 

Sneyd, Walter (1809-1888) 177, 
1770,3178 

Snow, Edwin F. 3997 

Sohier, George Brimmer (H 1852, 
1832-1877) (2626a) 

Solebanum, Collegium see Col- 
legium Solebanum 

Solms-Laubach, counts of 2322, 
2336 

Sophocles, Evangelinus Aposto- 
lides (Hon 1847, 1805P-1883) 
246, 427, 442, 527, 1392A, 1561, 
1639, 1660, 1661, 1667A, 1747, 
1884, 1922, 1975, 1980, 1986, 
2079, 2089, 2108, 2110, 2267, 
2287, 2369, 2389, 2424, 2466, 
2484, 2491, 2521, 2523, 2559, 
2567, 2570, 2572, 2573, 2576, 
2584, 2701, 2706, 2714, 2752, 
2766, 2877, 3048, 3065, 3105, 
3118, 3125, 3168, 3329, 3407, 
3430, 3431, 3502, 3519, 3710, 
3715, 3779, (3835a), 3896, 3947 

Soranzo, Giacomo(1 73 1)2777 

SORETHUM see SCHUSSENRIED 

Southey, Robert (1774-1843) 

2048 
Spaulding, William Stuart (H 

1888,1865-1937)291 
Speede, John 3786 
Spencer, Charles Henry (H 1867, 

1846-1882)456 
Spencer, George, 5th duke of 

Marlborough see Marlbo- 
rough 
Spencer, George John Spencer, 

2nd earl (1758-1834) 1723, 

3041,3088,3815 
Spiegelberg, Frederick 664 
Spielmann, Jacob Reinbold 

(1722-1783; cf.Warnecke 2058) 

999 



370 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Spike, Walters. 709 
Spitalieri, Henry, comte de 
Cessole (1810-1875) 3048 

SPOR (?), AURELIUS AUGUSTINUS 
3084 

Sporey, P. E. 760 

STACK, M.N. (1856)1011 

Stadt am Hof (Regensburg) 

Franciscans (Sts. Andreas and 

Magnus) 890 
Stael, Johann 403, 414 
Stafford, George Granville 

Leveson-Gower, 2nd marquis 

of (1758-1833) 3667 
Stammhammer, Josef Paul 

Eduard(b. 1847)1867 
Stange, Michael (1638) 279 
Stanton, Mrs. Edgar, Jr. 688, 

1872 
Stanton, S. 857 
Starck, Johann Wilhelm (1599/ 

1601)2299,2320 
Starck, Taylor (1889-1974) 3938 
Starke, Aubrey Harrison 3258 
Starr, Nathan Comfort (H '17, 

1896-1981)839,2331 
Steele, Robert (1860-1944) 318 
Steffanus, Johannes (1512?) 288 
Steiff(?), Ladislaus 2778 
Stein, — , Doctor 1326 
Steingaden (Bavaria) Premon- 

stratensians 159, 1 137 
Stellenmayer, Matthaeus ( 1 63 1 ) 

1635 
Stendaris, lords of 1325 
Stephan, Caspar Franz 1 157 
Sterlich, C, marchese di Cermig- 

nano 2268, 2447 
Stetson, John BattersonJr. (H 

'06, 1884-1952) 629, 728, 794, 

928, 929, 2071, 3259, 3648, 3658, 

3659, 3660, 3954, (3955a), 

(3956a), (3956b), 3973, 3985, 



3985A, 3987, (3987a), 3988 

Stetson, Mrs. John Batterson, 
Jr. 3968 

Steuart, David, 11th earl of 
EVCHANsee Buchan 

Stevens, John Austin (H 1846, 
1827-1910)1519,2562 

Steynkeller, Andreas 3374 

Sthenus, Bartholomaeus 1 179 

Stickney, Matthew Adams (1805- 
1894)1458 

Stiefenhofen. Capitulum Rurale 
109 

Stikeman,J.4017 

Stini de Briano (?), Johannes 
3772 

Stirling-Maxwell, Sir William, 
9th BART. (1818-1878) 1010, 
3767 

Stolberg, Christian Ernst, Graf 
zu (1691-1771) 14, 116, 167, 168, 
169, 170, 208, 274, 295, 426, 449, 
570, 597, 608, 609, 684, 689, 739, 
773, 946, 1034, 1 124, 1 127, 1 135, 
1143, 1208, 1215, 1586, 1590, 
1689, 1690, 1691, 1704, 1709, 
1710, 1714, 2165, 3091, 3124, 
3 180, 3754, 3758, S-369A, S-837A 

Stolbergische zu Wernigerode 
Bibliothek 13, 14, 26, 96, 100, 
116, 167, 168, 169, 170, 208, 274, 
295, 296, 298, 354, 370, 380, 426, 
449, 480, 570, 597, 605, 608, 609, 
647,684,689,699,739,773,917, 
946, 1034, 1124, 1127, 1135, 
1143, 1208, 1215, 1586, 1590, 
1689, 1690, 1691, 1704, 1709, 
1710, 1714, 1765, 1894, 2078A, 
2165, 2167, 2467, 3091, 3124, 
3180, 3754, 3758, 3916, S-207B, 
S-209A,S-369A,S-837A 

Stone, John Osgood (H 1833, 
1814-1876)3055 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



371 



Storck,G. (1802)2751 
Stordeur,Ad. 1692, 1749 
Story, Joseph D. 3857 
Stradling, William 2279 
Strassburg. Kollegiatstift 

Jung-Sankt Peter 1673, 1942, 

3133,3286,3431 
Strassburg. Universitats- und 

Landesbibliothek 189, 289, 839 
Straubing. Carmelites 3353 
Straubing. Franciscans 12 
Strauch, Cornelius, abbot of 

Lilienfeld (d. 1650?) 1003 
Straus, Percy Selden, Jr. 3709 
Striff (?), Ladislaus 1763A 
Strigelius, Johannes S-643A 
Striglitzund(P), Johannes 3297 
Stroehlin, Gaspard Ernst (1844- 

1907)177 
Stroncone (Umbria) Franciscans 

3433 
Strong, George Templeton 

(1820-1875)3088,3847 
Strozzi, Alessandro (1728) 2851 
Strozzi, Carlo Tommaso (1728) 

2851 
Strupp, Joachim (1530-1606) 341 1 
Stuart, Sir Charles James, 2nd 

bart. (1824-1901)2632 
Stuart, Charles Pole (1826- 

1896)498 
Stuart, Clarence Esme (1827- 

1903)498 
Stuart, William (1798-1874)498 
Stuart, William (1825-1893) 498 
Stuart de Rothesay, Charles 

Stuart,baron(1779-1845) 1308 
Studer, Johannes 3897 
Stuttgart. Landesbibliothek 

195, 1159, 1201, 1242, 1404, 

2311,2329,3130 
Subscription fund 265, 289, 736, 

759,906,1162,1277,3338 



SUCHTELEN, JEAN PIERRE, COUNT 

(d. 1836)619 

Suchus (?), Antonius 2874 

Sultius, Paulus (1575) 127 

Sulzbach. Benedictines S-147A 

Sumner, Charles (H 1830, 1811- 
1874) 6, 30, 55, 393, 716, 1290, 
1619A, 1645, 2839, 2871, 2975, 
3214,3882 

Sunderland, Charles Spencer, 3d 
earl of (1674-1722) 200, 227, 
956, 1319, 1643A, 1682, 2678, 
2774, 2799, 3047, 3059, 3209, 
3512,3521,3804 

Susich, Karoly 600 

Sussex, Augustus Frederick, 
duke of (1773-1843) 207, 280, 
1316, 1580, 1722, 1735, 1802, 
2158, 2292, 2378, 2618, 2628, 
2637, 2739, 2794, 2853, 3167, 
3274,3773 

Svajer, Amadeo (d. 1792?; cf. Bra- 
gaglia 864-66) 3309 

Swanwick, Thomas, M.D. 2560 

Sykes, Sir Mark Masterman, 3d 
bart. (1771-1823) 7, 494, 1149, 
1299, 1887, 2962, 3125, 3292, 
3996 

SymondsJohn Addington (1840- 
1893)755 

Syril, Tobias 1365 

Syston Park Library 349, 927, 
1149, 1191, 1299, 1305, 1350, 
1443, 1444, 1445, 1446, 1519, 
1520, 1600, 1604, 1615, 1638, 
1674, 1730, 1886, 1887, 2173, 
2659, 2670, 2728, 2730, 2733, 
2744, 2788, 3067, 3125, 3266, 
3267, 3292, 3336, 3355, 3440, 
3490,3890 

T.3161 
T. H. 824 



372 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Talbot, Davenport 4004 
Taler, Georg 1 133 
Tambronus,Josephus2157 
Tannstetter, Georg (1482-1535) 

1998, 2001, 2003, 2008, 2015, 

2018,2021 
Tarlier, Jules (1825-1870) 3121 
Tarvisium see Treviso 
Tatton, Robert 401 1 
Taxa. Augustinian Hermits 910 
Taylor, Charles Holt (A.M. '22) 

983, 1643B, 2859 
Taylor Institution, Oxford see 

Oxford 
Tegernsee. Benedictines (S. 

Quirinus) 763, 800, 820, 1064 
Tegging(?) Monastery of St. 

Martin (Unidentified) 915 
Teglin, Johann (1591) 793, 809, 

1018 
Teinitz (Bohemia or Moravia?) 

Capuchins 2505, 3411 
Telada, FRANgois Xavier see 

Zelada 
Telegdinus, Georgius (1637) 144 
Tempest, Hugh 1934 
Tempsford Hall see Stuart, 

William (1825-1893) 
Tennenbach. Cistercians 1206 
Terni. Franciscans 3304 
Terry, Roderick (1849-1933) 788 
Tetschen, — 1085 
TetschnerBibliothek 1085, 1271 
Thalamus, Franciscus 2276 
Thaussignano (?), Franciscus de 

1392 
Thayer, Alexander Wheelock (H 

1843,1817-1897)1935 
Thayer, Mrs. Bayard 37 
Thayer, Mrs. Ezra Ripley 1963, S- 

866A 
Thayer, Henry (1873) 1701 
Thayer, James Bradley (H 1852, 



1831-1902)1925,3345 
Thayer, William Roscoe (H 188 1 , 

1859-1923)3393 
Thayer, William Sydney (H 1885, 

1864-1932) 465, 1925, 2397, 

3058,3119,3345,3657 
Theodoretus, Johannes Areth- 

Rius (1565) 2633 
Theodoricus de Hollandia, Cis- 
tercian monk (1472) 334 
Thiersch, Friedrich (1784-1860) 

2665 
Thomas, frater 1617 
Thomas, George Clifford (b. 

1873)3991 
Thomas, Isaiah (1749-1831) 2049 
Thomas-Stanford, Sir Charles 

(1858-1932)1525,3046 
Thomas ijnowijch, I. (1572) 144 
Thompson, Randall (H '20, 1899- 

1984) (2354b) 
Thomson, John (AB. Oxon. 1534) 

1175 
Thorold, Sir John Hayford, 

10th BART. (1773-1831) see 

Syston Park Library 
Thou, Jacques Auguste de 

(1553-1617)2257 
Thugny, Joseph Antoine Crozat, 

marquis DEsee Crozat 
Thumb family, Konstanz 183 
Thun-Hohenstein, Leo, Graf 

(1811-1888)1085 
Thurber, Charles Herbert 

(1864-1938) 1920, (2111a) 
Thyme, Heinrich 664 
Ticknor, George (Hon 1814, 

1791-1871)1530,1539,2852 
Tiezmann, — (1743) 1924 
Tillemann, — 228 
Tite, Sir William (1798-1873) 

3996 
Todd, Albert May (1850-1931) 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



373 



1109,1197,2608,2652,2990 
Toelz. Franciscans 830 
Topsel, Franz (1711-1796; cf. 

Warnecke 1603) 1881 
Tomkinson, Michael (1841-1921) 

948, 2870 
Tomlinson, John (1824-1890?) 

1204 
Tonellus, Andreas 3327 
Tongern (?) Franciscans 3798 
Toppan, Robert Noxon (H 1858, 

1836-1901)2550 
Torbinus, Ludovicus3322 
Torcello. Cistercians (S. Tom- 

MASO DEI BORGOGNONI) S-1809 

Toulouse. Jesuits 2281 

Tracy, Edward Hanbury (1813?- 
1887)3170 

Travers, Robert, A.M. of Trinity 
College, Dublin 1 190 

Treat, John Harvey (H 1862, 
1839-1908)81,95, 108, 114, 115, 
1 19, 126, 159, 160, 221, 271, 275, 
285, 300, 306, 343, 368, 378, 379, 
402,412,431,453,454,458,459, 
460, 463, 466, 481 , 497, 523, 532, 
573, 578, 579, 588, 593, 594, 648, 
683, 686, 724, 747, 756, 772, 773, 
775, 787, 843, 844, 848, 884, 887, 
894, 904, 918, 932, 936, 959, 964, 
967, 968, 987, 993, 1012, 1046, 
(1047a), 1159, (1061C), 1084, 
1096, 1101, 1119, 1132, 1136, 
1158, 1169, 1170, 1173, 1176, 
1187, 1194, 1200, 1202, 1203, 
1217, 1230, 1235, 1246, 1276, 
1348, 1376, 1379, 1395, 1401, 
1403, 1413, 1438, 1502, 1617, 
1687, 1693, 1695, 1699, 1721, 
1757, 1788, 1797, 1842, 1843, 
1844, 1862, 1957, 2103, 2129, 
2139, 2157, 2185, 2240, 2241, 



2273, 2277, 2312, 2333, 2339, 
2362, 2365, 2366, 2379, 2391, 
2483, 2494, 2502, 2508, 2545, 
2583, 2593, 2696, 2715, 2720, 
2723, 2861, 2881, 2887, 2896, 
2899, 2903, 2957, 2995, 3103, 
3113, 3114, 3115, 3133, 3190, 
3195, 3335A, 3356, 3389, 3390, 
3427, 3433, 3470, 3478, 3591, 
3598, 3609, 3629, 3630, 3675, 
3702, 3716, 3749, 3751, (3761a), 
3766, 3769, 3804, 3806, 3821, 
3822, 3853, 3920, 3946, 3986, S- 
904 

Trelawny, Sir John William 
Salusbury, bart. (1869-1944) 
1262 

Tremonias^ Dortmund 

Trenck, R. 3398 

Treves see Trier 

Treviso. Augustinian Canons 
(quadraginta martyres) 3588 

Treviso. Monastery of St. Mary 
2272 

Trier. Benedictines (St. Math- 
ias) 1156, 1198 

TRINITA, — , CONTE DELIAS COSTA 

della trinita 
Trovani, Simone 2549 
Tryon, Thomas (1634-1703) 1853A 
Tsar Library (?) 1509, 1516 

TSCHERTONNIDES, CHRISTOPHORUS 

3503 
Tuckerman, Edward, Jr. (1817- 

1886)S-643A 
Tudor, — 3762 
Tubingen. Universitatsbiblio- 

THEK1119, 1200 

Turin (?), Denis 3618 
Turin. Jesuits 3399 
Turner, Dawson (1775-1858) 
3837 



374 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Turner, Robert Samuel (1818- 
1887)3552 

Turnout, Johannes (d. 1492) 
665A 

Tyssen-Amherst, William Am- 
hurst, 1st baron amherst of 
Hackney see Amherst of Hack- 
ney 

Tyszkiewicz, Eustachy 1054 

Uffenbach, Zacharias Konrad 
von (1683-1734; cf. Warnecke 
p. 7 and NOS. 2237-40) 605 

Ugolinus, frater (Franciscan) 
2250 

UlTTERDIJKj. NANNINGA430 
ULIACRIO (?), VlNCENTIO 2807 

Ulichmann, H. 3947 
Ulmann, CarlJ. 455, S-1229A 
Ulrich,Claus241 
Undensdorf (Bavaria) see Inders- 

dorf 
U. S. Surgeon General's Office 

Library 249, 1386, 1466, 1756, 

1972,2387,2388 
Unwyn, Henry 864 
Updike, Daniel Berkeley (1860- 

1941)320 
Urbanus, Petrus Anton i us (1728) 

2438 
Urbino. St. John the Baptist 

1656 
Urgach (?), Johann Ludwig, of 

Ulm 599 
Utterson, Edward Vernon 

(1776P-1856) 2762, 3294 

V.,E.B.3086 

V. F. 2423 see also Freiburg im 

Breisgau 
Valerio de S. Raimundo, frater 

728 
Valerius de Spoleto, frater 3478 



Vallis Mariae in Rinckavia see 

Marienthal (Rheingau) 
Vallis Sancti Matthiae see 

Schwarzenbroich 
Vallis Sancti Mauricii. Augus- 

tinians (?) 234 
Vallis Spec iosa see Schoenthal 
Vallonica, FRANgois (1852) 2377 
Vallonica, Pietro 2377 
Valls, Pedro (1840-1886) 2436 
Van Antwerp, William Clarkson 

(1867-1938)49 
Van Baviere, C, of Brussels see 

Baviere 
Van Coppenole, J. B. see Cop- 

penole 
Van de Wouwer, Niclas (1622) 

953 
Van den Corput, Edouard Ber- 
nard Henri Joseph see Corput 
Van Havre, Gustave 3945 
Van de Velde, Jean FRANgois see 

Velde 
Vannius, Udalricus 2440 
Varegio, Nicolausde(1572) 1771 
Varese. Augustinian Nuns (S. 

Maria Ann unzi ata) 3062 
Varnhagen, Johann Friedrich 

(1732)2528 
Varrentrapp, Georg (1809-1886) 

29 
Vaulthier, — 2241 
Vege, Jacobus de 3741 , 3849 
Vegh, Elizabeth (Bayne) de 2919 
Vegh, Imrie de (1906-1962) 400, 
403, 404, 406, 414, 498A, 499, 
535, 567, 575, 596, 637, 868, 920, 
958, 1023, 1243, 1274, 1279, 
2482, 2635, 2793, 2812, 2919, 
3012, (3615a), 3688, (3700a), 
3704, 3706, 3781, 3782, 3802, 
3981 
Velde, Jean FRANgois van de 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



375 



(1743-1823) 410, 3880, 3914 
Veldkirch see Feldkirch 
Veles (?), Juan Battista2231 
Venerius, Aloisius 2642 
Venice. Augustinians (S. Sal- 

vator) 2274 
Venice. Benedictines (Sts. 

George and Stephan) 3350 
Venice. S. Francesco alla Vigna 

1693 
Venice.Jesuits3148 
Vergenhans, Ludwig (d. 1512) 81 
Verliess, Eucharius (1482) 1129 
Vermehren,Albrecht (1894) 683 
Verneuil, D.A.G.3610 
Vernon, George John Warren, 

5th baron (1803-1866) 364, 

1145,2862,3767 
Veroli, Giorgio di 1741 A 
Verona. Capuchins 2 120 
Verucchio (Rimini) 1909, 1910 
Vezatius, Baptista(1478) 1562 
Viadana (near Mantua) Convent 

of St. Nicholas 2222 
Vicaire, Georges (1853-1921) 

3263 
Victerius, Johannes Amedeus 

3820 

VICUS DE ARGENTIO W ARIENZO 
VlEGA (?) BlBLIOTHECA COMMUNIS 

20 
VlEIRA PINTO, FRANCISCO (18TH 

CENT.) 3753 

Vienna. Augustinian Canons (S. 

DOROTHEA) 202, 636, 1604, 1994, 

2440 
Vienna. Carmelites 547 
Vienna. Dominicans 59, 60, 515, 

669,2011 
Vienna. Hofbibliothek see 

Vienna. Nationalbibliothek 
Vienna. Imperial Library see 

Vienna. Nationalbibliothek 



Vienna. Jesuits 591, 1603, 1641, 

1688,2603 
Vienna. Nationalbibliothek 

1278,1622,2011,2603,2616 
Vienna. Nikolaikloster 1464, 

1534,2337 
Vienna. Royal Library see Vienna. 

Nationalbibliothek 
Vienna. Trinitarians 3729 
VietorJohann Joachim (1654)38 
Vigneau, Pierre 3777 
Viligiardus, Johannes Fran- 

ciscus2077 
Vi llanova, Jacobus 3979 
ViLLAR, Damianus (1534/43) 1328 

VlLLARS, PETRUS DE, ARCHBISHOP 

OF VlENNE (D. 1662) 3072 
VlLLETA, P. 1328 

Villiers, Victor Albert George 
Child-, 7th earl of Jersey see 
Jersey 

VlLNAsee WlLNA 

Vilshofen. Capuchins 64 
Vimercati-Sozzi, Paolo, count 

(1801-1883)1199,1917 
Vincentianus, Petrus (1577) 749 
Vincentus, Franciscus 3828 
Vindobonas^ Vienna 
Vislicier (?), Vi. (1678) 422 
Visnadellus, Albertinus 2222 
Vitalis,Antonius 1872 
Vitelliana see Viadana (near 

Mantua) 
Vitudonus, Jacobus 3424 
Vivarium see Viviers 
Viviers. Franciscans 1878 
Vlastus, Antonio 2785 
Vliegher, Johannes (1471) 3 
Vogel, Andreas 2441 
Vogler, Hermann (d. 1744?; cf. 

Warn ecke 1795)643 
Volaterranus, Franciscus 3544 
Volaterranus, Paulus 3544 



376 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Vollbehr, Otto Heinrich Fried- 
rich (b. 1869) 48, 518, 1334, 
1489, 1672, 2063, 3206, 3221, 
3251,3809,3955 

VOZAB, VACLAV (1893) 1270 

VRATISLAVIAsee BRESLAU 

Vrerius, Johannes (1559) 1222 
Vuipacherus, Tobias (1593) 2537 

W.(?) 2737, 2740 

W.F. (1570) 967 

W., P. 1928 

W.,R.G. (1852)2393 

W.,T.3696 

Wachter, Ferdinand ( 1 794-1 86 1 ) 

S-1080A 
Waerschoot Library 2540 
Wagner, Arthur Douglas (1825?- 

1902)1163,1164 
Waillii(?), Jacobus de 3601 
Waites, Alfred 3341 
Wakefield, Gilbert (1756-1801) 

3384 
Walbaum,A.H. (1738)116 
Waldauf, Florian see Hall 

(Tyrol) 
Wales, George Washington 

(Hon 1875, 1815-1896)199 
Walker, James (H 1814, 1794- 

1874) 145, 256, 1054, 2713, 3714 
Walsh, James Edward (1918- ) 

1412, 1471 A, 2702 
Walther, Melchior (d. 1683) 758 
Walton, John (b. 1620?) 3786 
Wandel, Sigurd (1875-1947) and 

Gudrun 1974 
Wanheur(?), Erasmus, of Kitz- 

buhl (1481) 594 
Ward, John William, 1st earl 

Dudley see Dudley 
Ward, Thomas Wren (Hon 1843, 

1786-1858)222 



Warenghien, Louis Philippe 

FRANgois, baron de (d. 1854) 

2257,3719 
Warren, George John, 5th baron 

Vernon see Vernon 
Warren, John 247, 564, (1902a), 

2026, 2030, 2042, 2143, 2265, 

2324, 2460, 2727, 3353, (3803a) 
Warter, Edith May (Southey) S- 

262A 
Warter, John Wood (1806-1878) 

S-262A 
Washburn, Francis Tucker (H 

1864,1843-1873)3058 
Washington, D.C. Library of 

Congress 801 
Waters, Henry FitzGilbert (H 

1855,1833-1913)532 
Waterton, Eadmond (1830-1887) 

270, 576, 614, 721, 912, 2120, 

2212, 2253, 2419, 2892, 3783, 

3797 
Watkins, P. Morgan 3425 
Watney, Herbert (1843-1 93 2) 692 
Way, Gregory Lewis (1756-1799) 

1853 A 
Webb, Thomas Hopkins (M.D. 

1825,1801-1866)1316,2158 
Webster, Kenneth Grant Tre- 

mayne(H 1893, 1871-1942)3119 
Wedderen. Carthusians 398, 403, 

414,430,1163,1164 
Weingarten (Baden-Wurttem- 

berg) Benedictines 905, 1 159 
Weissenau. Premonstratensians 

(Sts. Peter and Paul) (cf. 

Warnecke 2409) 11, 339, 902, 

1655,1732 
Weld, Charles Goddard (M.D. 

1881,0.1911)2460 
Wells, George Burnham (H '24, 

1902-1967)202 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



377 



Wells, Ruth D. 202 
Welser, Johann (1582) 1205 
Wendelinus, frater 2271 
Wendell, Evert Jansen (H 1882, 

1860-1917)324 
Wernynck, Herbord {d. 1508) 

1163,1164 
Wesel. Carthusians 1645 
Wessbach, Johann, of Ulm 556, 

1210 
Wessobrunn (Bavaria) Benedic- 
tines (Sts. Peter and Paul) 565 
Wessofontana5^ Wessobrunn 
West, John (16th cent.) 4002 
Weston, Charles Dimick (H'36, 
1914- ) 1542, 1748, 1968, 2556, 
2589, 2860, 3725, 3726, 3727 
Weston, George Benson (H 1897, 
B. 1874) 1542, 1748, 1968, 2556, 
2589, 2860, 3725, 3726, 3727 
Wetzel, Hervey Edward (H '11, 

1888-1918)1302 
Wheatland, David Pingree (H 
'22, 1898-1993) 77, 154, 526, 563, 
702,789, 1270, 1271, 1805, 1820, 
1831, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2012, 
2016, 2019, 2605, 2875, 3116, 
3639, (3907a) 
Wheaton, Mrs. — (1851)157 
White, Alain Campbell (H '02, 
1880-1951) 325, 394, 467, 720, 
757,813, 1211, 1463, 1510, 1592, 
1605, 1648, 1702, 1737, 1830, 
1893, 1917, 2261, 2400, 2436, 
2472, 2519, 2725, 2846, 3031, 
3081, 3098, 3272, 3364, 3403, 
3547, 3602, 3785, 3787, 3793, 
3948, 3949, 3950, 3951, 3956, 
3962 
White, Harold Tredway (H 1897, 

1875-1960) 1480, 1867,3429 
White, Henry (d. 1900) 1560, 3227 



White, John 3227 

White, John Williams (Ph.D. 

1877,1849-1917)2663 
White, Josias 3227 
White, Paul Dudley (H '08, 1886- 

1973)1990,2822 
White, Richard Grant (1821- 

1885)3137 
White Knights Library see Marl- 

orough, George Spencer, 5th 

duke of 
Wiblingen. Benedictines 2050 
WlCHRiG (?), M. G. (1639) 3353 
Widener, Eleanor (Elkins) 1861- 

1937)3991,3999 
Widener, George Dunton (1889- 

1971)3 
Widener, Harry Elkins (H '07, 

1885-1912)3991,3999 
Widener, Joseph Early (1871- 

1943)3 
Widener, Peter Arrell Brown 

(1834-1915)2 
Widmannstetter, Johann Al- 

brecht(1506?-1557) 1889 
Wiedemann, — 547 
Wiener-Neustadt. Jesuits 2537 
Wiener-Neustadt. Order of St. 

Paul the Hermit 1 133, 3753 
Wigglesworth, Edward (H 1861, 

1840-1896)3811 
Wight, Rezin Augustus (H 1856, 

1837P-1890) 2390, 2402 
Willard, Eugene L. (1898) 2432 
Willard, Henry (1864) 1671,3362, 

3363 
Willard, John D. 3362, 3363 
Willard, Robert (H 1860, 1838- 

1892)2840 
Willems, Alphonse (1839-1912) 

3944 
Willems, Katrijn 3906 



378 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



Willett, Ralph (1719-1795) 2879, 

2882,2883,3207 
Williams, Isaac (1803P-1865) 1608 
Williams, John Camp 197, 3715 
Williams, William Alexander, Jr. 

10 
Williams, William Peere (1664- 

1736)4007 
Willson, Robert Wheeler (H 

1873, 1853-1922) 1613, 1816, 

1822,2231,2517,3674 
Wilna. Franciscans 1054 
Wilson, Carrol Atwood (1886- 

1947)51 
Winckelhofer, Hieronymus 

(1469-1538)207 
WindhaagJohann Joachim Entz- 

muller, Reichsgraf von und 

ZU (1600-1678; CF. Warnecke 

2490-91)37,2666 
Winship, George Parker (H 1893, 

1871-1952)1325,3989 
Winter, Werner (151 1) 687 
Wirsung, Marcus (16th cent.) 

2066, 2067 

WlTHINGTON, LOTHROP (D. 1915) 

1227 
WlTTENHORST, LAMBERTUS 3938 

Wodhull, Michael (1740-1816) 
522, 534, 701, 1136, 1180, 1267, 
1298, 1303, 1311, 1313, 1345, 
1354, 1424, 1525, 1560, 1561, 
1583, 1612, 1627, 1630, 1633, 
1639, 1646, 1967, 2101, 2102, 
2304, 2777, 2785, 3039, 3041, 
3053, 3078, 3079, 3082, 3171, 
3276, 3299, 3307, 3378, 3383, 
3530, 3534, 3538, 3553, 3597 

WOLBORGjOHANN 1054 
WOLCOTT,J. HUNTINGTON 718 

Wolcott, Oliver (H '13, b. 1891) 
1742 



Wolcott, Samuel Huntington, 

Jr. 1742 
Woodworth, Jay Backus (H 1894, 

1865-1925)806 
Woog, Moritz Karl Christian 

(1684-1760; CF. Warnecke 

2517-19)2373 
Woolfson, Florence A. Green de 

3107 

WOOLLEYj.C.4015 

Woolsey, Theodore Dwight 
(Hon 1847, 1801-1889)2145 

Wordsworth, John, bishop of 
Salisbury (1843-191 1) 2585 

Wratislavias*?*? Breslau 

Wright, J. (1723)3354 

Wttewaall, Jan (1810-1862) 385, 
386,387 

Wulkenstein, Gotthard, baron 
2310,2315 

Wurzburg. Carmelites (S. Bar- 
bara) 47, 2441 

WYDHOSSEL, JOHANN 958 

WymarkJohann 1722 

xlmenez de clsneros, francisco, 

CARDINAL (?) (1436P-1517) 1616 

Yate, Arthur Campbell (1853- 

1929)927 
Yemeniz, Nicolas (d. 1871) 3819 
Yermoloff, — 3593 
Young, George 1785 
Young, Sidney 3804 
Young, Walter (1836) 777 

Zabalius, Hector Jacobus 2330, 

2340 
Zabriskie, Christian A. 1 13, 802, 

1315,3265 
Zandemarius, Jacobus 2539 
Zappelli,Aloysius(d. 1901?) 2842 



PROVENANCE INDEX 



379 



Zeidler, Felix (1645) 2373 
Zelada, Francesco Saverio de, 

cardinal (1717-1801) 2842, 

3061 
Zelenka, Jacob us Ignatius (1768) 

1270 
Zellkis (?), Johannes 33 10 

ZlMMERMANN, — 472 

Zingel, George Krauss 

ZingelJohann63 

Zober, Ernst Heinrich (1799- 



1869)1009,1045,1234 
Zobius, Paulus 2309 
Zoncha, Franciscus 2289 
Zouche, Robert Curzon, 14th 

baron (1810-1873) 1726,3993 
zumjungen, johann maximilian 

(1596-1649; CF. Warnecke 956) 

25 

ZWIEFALTEN. BENEDICTINES 937, 
1159 



Index of Incunabula 
Containing Manuscripts 



1, 3, 33, 38, 49, 51, 72, 77, 79, 81, 
118, 122, 187, 188, 191, 197, 202, 
204, 205, 225, 258, 278, 287, 291, 
292, 307, 319, 321, 344, 390, 396, 
407, 463, 464, 468, 474, 518, 535, 
554, 570, 614, 637, 666, 673, 679, 
685, 699, 714, 715, 766, 777, 778, 
808, 814, 817, 820, 843, 847, 876, 
885, 890, 896, 906, 937, 943, 958, 
993, 1001, 1032, 1048, 1069, 1073, 
1074, 1082, 1084, 1094, 1103, 1116, 
1 125, 1 130, 1 143, 1 147, 1 150, 1 156, 
1158, 1170, 1194,1206,1217, 1225, 
1226, 1229, 1260, 1275, 1335, 
1373A, 1451, 1457, 1475, 1499, 



1559, 1604, 1660, 1667A, 1676, 
1704, 1744, 1758, 1813, 1820, 1852, 
1916, 1930, 1943, 1970, 2038, 2048, 
2086, 2130, 2132, 2181, 2206, 2249, 
2266, 2275, 2281, 2322, 2335, 2336, 
2381, 2417, 2593, 2594, 2635, 
2645A, 2660, 2661, 2663, 2665, 
2726, 2797, 2843, 2901, 2967, 2987, 
3023, 3098, 3135, 3157, 3172, 3176, 
3210, 3222, 3273, 341 1, 3490, 3536, 
3615, 3629, 3648, 3666, 3669, 3686, 
371 1, 3741, 3814, 3856, 3924, 3929, 
3941, 3965, 3982, S-1107A, S- 
1114A,S-2786A 



Index oflncwwbvda 
with Identified Bindings 



Adams, Katharine 334, 2273 
Amorbach. Benedictines 271 
Augsburg. Head-over-Heels Bin- 
der 499, 503 
Bamberg. Benedictines 940, 1 193 
Bamberg. Bishop's Binder 1331 
Cambridge. Garrett Godfrey 

2249 
Cambridge. Nicholas Spierinck 

1475,4017 
Cockerell, Douglas 677, 883, 

3275,3519 
Dulmen. Carthusians 398, 430 
English binding (16th-cent.?) 

3814 
Florentine binding S-2503, S- 

2906 
Heilsbronn. Moses 1946 
London. English binding 4009 
London. Indulgence Binder (= 

John Lettou or William de 

Machlinia) 4002 



London. Martin Dature? (402 la) 
Neapolitan gilt binding 3273, 

3323 
Nuremberg. Schedel-Meister 

2450 
R., I. T. (1905)2835 
Roman binding (ca. 1475?) S- 1321 
Smith, W.H. 3613 
Sokolka, M. A. Heb-3 
Tegernsee. Benedictines 763 
Trier. Matthiaskloster 1156 
Tubingen. Johannes Meifogl 

1119 
uffenheim. hauptwerkstatt915 
Valentius (?) 707 
Venetian binding S-1809, S-2438 
Vienna. Dominicans 59, 60, 515 
Woodcuts on binding 2198 
Wrappers, Original printed 646 



Points of 
BMiographical Interest 



Bearers 15, 73, 110, 557, 561, 563- 
65, 567, 577, 815, 877, 889, 891, 
912, 945, 976, 993, 2040, 2639- 
40,3127,3419, 3699, S-207A-B 

Book curse 334 

Book "to keep dried leaves in" 371 

Booklist, Owner's 3741 

Bookplate, Woodcut, Printed as 
part of the book 802-03 

Books too fragile to be used 986, 
1294 

Borders, Stenciled 1722, 1771? 

Broadsides 21, 22, 311, 315, 493, 
495, 517, 519, 524, 531, 571, 589, 
659, 770, 774, 781-82, 798-99, 
805, 822-23, 827, 908, 913-14, 
957, 996, 998, 1014, 1023, 1025, 
1042, 1072, 2192A, 3748, 4018, 
S-345A, S-781A, S-783A, S-978A, 
(S-1279a) 

Cancels, Slip 149, 882, 1140, 1156, 
1158 

Catchwords, Early use of 1 547 

Catchwords, MS 3157, 3268-69, 
3369 

Catchwords, Vertical 3085, 3170 



Censored books Heb-10, Heb-28 
Censors' notations Heb-5, Heb-28 
Colophon, False 2544, 2784, 3148, 

3194,3702,3960, S-3457A 
Dance of Death woodcuts 1086, 

3652,3654-55 
Export license, Italian 719 
Export seal, Italian 1976, 2028, 

2738 
Foliation in lower margin 2545 
Format, Mixed 943, 1328, 1351-52, 

1393, 1602, 1608, 1635A, 2105, 

2140, 2762, 2846-48, 2866-68, 

3127, 3171, 3420, 3423, 3433, 

3442, 3467, 3841, Heb-1 
Illustration, Engraved 2845, 2851- 

54,3781 
Initials, Hand-stamped 1570, 

1741 A? 
Initials, MS, Grotesque 373 
Initials, Printed, Calligraphic 1231, 

1252 
Initials, Stenciled 1722 
Ink ball, Partial impression of 1092, 

1163 
Insertions, Textual 884 



POINTS OF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INTEREST 



383 



Invocation, MS 940 

Leaf books 4, 10, 1318A, 3913A, 

3989 
Miniatures 12-13, 63, 677, 976, 

1334, 1711, 1719, 1741, 1878, 

1892, 1943-44, 2066-67, 2125, 

3093, 3273, 3824, 3947A 
Mixed sheets 1136-38, 1668, 

1750-52, 1911, 2332, 2400, 2471 
Offset, Edition known only from 

4018 
Presses, Multiple 139 
Proof sheets 498A, 711, 783, 903, 

976, 2961 
Purchase notes, Early 41, 63, 114, 

170, 173, 212, 223, 743, 749, 755, 

763, 800, 820, 865, 953, 1129, 

1140, 1221, 1381?, 1559, 1846, 

3589 
Rebus 1517,3744 
Registration, Crooked 1548 
Reward for returning a book, 

Promise of 3 782, 3941 
Rubricator's date 18, 56, 284, 973, 

2049, 2334, 3395 
Rubricator's instructions, Printed 54 
Rubricator's name 49, 155?, 897, 

1617? 
Setting, Duplicate 2843 
Signatures, Hand-stamped 77, 

1545, 1667A, 2763, 2765, 3084- 

86, 3340, 3392 
Signatures in upper margin 911, 

2112,2114,2118 
Signatures, MS, Alphabetical 13, 15, 



17, 20, 51-53, 57-59, 61-62, 
74-75, 77, 80, 84, 86, 92, 95, 1 19, 
127, 320, 322, 326, 341, 343, 348, 
351, 353, 394, 400-02, 413-15, 
515, 527, 532-33, 557-58, 561, 
587, 665A, 677, 692-93, 699, 867, 
898, 932, 946, 958, 962, 964, 966, 
980, 1140, 1312-13, 1360, 1362- 
63, 1513, 1517, 1523, 1532, 
1535-36, 1541-42, 1545, 1547A, 
1575, 1599, 1604, 1630-31, 1641, 
1644, 1646, 1673, 1767, 2762, 
2776, 2792, 3075, 3171, 3330, 
3369, 3392, 3493, 3589, 3840, 
3866, 3931, S-1124A 
Signatures, MS, Numerical 12, 15, 
17-18, 20, 103, 110, 126, 218, 
319, 554, 682, 1119, 1637, S-96A, 
S-2786A 
Signatures on every leaf 582 
Signatures printed vertically 3922 
Stop-press corrections 2641-42 
Text added by hand-stamping 

2441,3082 
Text (omitted), Supplied by slip- 
cancel 2643-44 
Text (omitted), Supplied in MS 
1 152, 2176, 2671-72, 3083, 3884, 
3931 
Type, Flat impression of 3277, 3677 
Unrecorded editions 3614, S- 161 9B 
Unrecorded works 31 24A, 3748, S- 

783A? 
Vellum, Books printed on 1 1, 312, 
1887, 2234, 3273, 3372, 3735A 



Concordances 



1. Hain/HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



3 


3467 


72 


3238 


158 


3815 


4 


2323-24 


80 


1405 


160 


81 


7 


3333-34 


86 


269 


161 


S-1373B 


9 


1326 


87 


913 


166 


1355 


10 


3076 


93 


318 


168 


3049 


12 


2828 


100 


2821 


170 


3066 


13 


1416 


101 


2606 


173 


1420 


16 


3336-37 


103 


2822 


174 


1309 


17 


1868 


104 


3000 


176-77 


3296 


18 


2807 


107 


515 


189 


1389 


20 


814 


108 


1392 


191 


1366 


21 


1837-38 


112 


3968 


203 


1367 


24 


2626A 


114 


2831 


205 


335 


25 


2228 


123 


S-3194A 


209 


336 


26 


2560 


133 


2728 


212-12a 


346 


28 


2108 


136 


2271 


218 


3482 


41 


3471 


138 


2321 


222 


3745 


55 


3155 


139 


2731 


233 


2070 


57 


3104 


140 


2330 


240 


2491 


67 


3756 


152 


3922 


249 


1049 


68 


1090 


154 


706 


251 


1414 


69 


158 


156 


S-748A 


252 


1346 


70 


3228 


157 


3135-36 


254 


1240 



388 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



255 


1354 


472 


897 


656 


3431-32 


257 


1702 


481 


286 


658 


1850 


258 


983 


485 


824-25 


778 


363 


266 


3549 


486 


1994-95 


779 


233 


267 


2740 


491 


900-01 


780 


237 


277 


3048 


494 


1996-98 


783 


254-55 


297 


(216a) 


497 


820-21 


801 


1610 


304 


432 


501 


1999-2001 


805 


2641-42 


311 


1075 


505 


3428 


806 


1989-90 


312 


3896 


511 


1971 


807 


1985 


321 


3895 


512 


2019-21 


822 


2770-72 


326 


568 


513 


1764 


834 


627-28 


345 


3372 


514-15 


2006-08 


836-37 


3917 


346 


2480 


517 


2012-15 


846 


1016 


349 


2480 


518 


1968 


848 


243 


350 


2482 


519 


2002-05 


862 


957 


353 


3283 


522bis 


2016-18 


868 


1816 


354 


2481 


546 


3339 


869 


2231-32 


372 


1001 


547 


2009-11 


871 


1140 


377 


437 


558 


134 


874 


3772 


387 


1009 


566 


2544 


879 


1243 


389 


1230 


569 


2726-27 


886 


1765 


393 


1145 


572 


3280 


888 


3742 


395 


1145 


574 


904, S-904 


893 


3083 


418 


<3035d) 


575 


3440 


895 


2683-84 


419 


2855-58 


577 


2708 


896 


1174-75 


421 


2372 


580 


2333 


899 


3070 


426 


3204 


586 


2605 


900 


561 


428 


S-991A 


587 


2329 


901 


417 


429 


881 


588 


2777 


903 


534 


435 


143-44 


589 


773 


905 


319 


437 


907 


603-05 


1005 


906 


1321, 


439 


1632 


606 


Heb-10 




S-1321 


440 


2068 


609 


618-19 


908 


3113 


441 


1957 


610 


640 


911 


3113 


445 


2505 


611 


625 


921 


1956 


449 


879-80 


612 


623-24 


927 


2750 


452 


300 


616 


1804 


929 


2750 


456 


884 


617 


1831-32 


938 


3188 


461 


60 


620 


667 


958-59 


3751 


462 


1110-11 


643 


686 


962 


1379 


464 


3115-16 


644 


3455 


977 


1842 


465-66 


463 


649 


423 


978 


2269 


467 


59 


652 


751 


983 


1843 


470 


902 


654 


3851 


989 


2779 



CONCORDANCES 



389 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



990 


2791 


1268 


1671-72 


1485 


2334 


997 


111 


1274 


2593 


1487 


350 


1005 


538 


1276 


2845 


1489 


1026 


1013 


775 


1277 


2993 


1493a 


2199 


1021 


136 


1278 


1433 


1495 


2703 


1025 


769 


1282 


2615 


1496-97 


1703 


1038 


785 


1285 


2704 


1506-07 


456 


1041 


1027 


1287 


3142 


1516 


2732 


1053 


543 


1292 


2964-65 


1527 


2755 


1056 


S-96A 


1306 


1526 


1529 


456 


1059 


3460 


1307 


1726-29 


1531 


2318 


1060 


2076 


1309 


3540 


1532 


2024 


1068-69 


1146 


1310 


3585-86 


1540 


3095 


1080 


2467 


1312 


2403 


1541 


2051-52 


1089 


3623 


1314 


1283-84 


1543 


3081 


1093 


3722 


1316 


3508-09 


1553 


2328 


1099 


986 


1319 


3249 


1554 


2186 


1101 


2592 


1322 


1485-86 


1558 


2762 


1107(2) 


3609 


1325 


842 


1559 


1560 


1108 


3456 


1327 


2501 


1560 


1599 


1123 


800 


1328 


523 


1561 


2144 


1127 


1004 


1329 


937 


1562 


1650-51 


1129 


478 


1330 


1292 


1563(1) 


2905-06 ; 


1130 


1473 


1339 


1244 




S-2906 


1131 


2575 


1341 


2352 


1563(2) 


2907-08 


1133 


540 


1358-59 


772 


1565 


1643 A 


1134 


S-819A 


1362 


978 


1566? 


2602 


1136 


1194-95 


1376 


893 


1567 


2602 


1137 


120 


1385 


S-110B 


1574 


2820 


1145 


2962 


1402 


664 


1578 


2158 


1159 


701 


1403 


888 


1599 


841 


1175-76 


1638 


1414 


369 


1612 


1545 


1179 


1687 


1419 


368 


1616 


1546 


1189 


1844 


1424 


329 


1619 


2167 


1194 


1844 


1425 


30 


1623 


3331 


1205 


288 


1430 


1150 


1624 


3590 


1206 


2498 


1435(1) 


2319-20 


1632? 


2357 


1207 


2502-03, 


1435(3) 


2299 


1635 


1854A 




S-2503 


1440 


2806 


1637 


2342 


1211 


3010 


1449 


1883 


1645 


3606 


1214 


2998 


1454 


49 


1649 


104-05 


1219 


1630 


1458 


3335A 


1653 


3195 


1229 


3170 


1462 


1606 


1655 


974 


1243 


1585 


1470 


2071 


1656 


2663-65 


1249 


173 


1484 


1865 


1657(1) 


2630- 



390 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 





30A 


1855 


S-876A 


2022 


1628 


1657(2) 


2644-44A 


1863 


3298 


2031 


3082 


1657(3) 


2643-43A 


1869 


2046 


2037 


1167 


1657(4) 


2645-45A 


1871 


2446 


2039 


1172 


1657(5) 


2662 


1872 


2295-96 


2042-43 


358 


1658 


591 


1878 


2829 


2048 


1509-12 


1659 


2025 


1881 


Heb-3 


2050 


1310 


1660 


1880-81 


1886 


1697 


2051 


1578-79 


1668 


2730 


1888 


54 


2052 


1623-24 


1669 


1054 


1889 


61 


2053 


3272 


1674 


443 


1893 


1704 


2056 


50 


1677 


440 


1894 


421 


2062 


3844 


1683 


2970 


1897 


688 


2064 


1166 


1689 


2318 


1898 


2361 


2065 


2277-80 


1693 


2079 


1902 


1317 


2066 


1171 


1695 


1890 


1907 


3625-26 


2070 


3863 


1697 


1980 


1908 


771 


2071-72 


1723 


1699 


1688 


1913 


3764 


2076 


149 


1700 


1982-83 


1930 


3181 


2085 


121 


1703 


2264-65 


1947 


2059 


2089 


360 


1708 


2702 


1949 


2436-37 


2091 


2609 


1709 


2789 


1950 


276-77 


2097 


411 


1719 


2830 


1952 


3364 


2102 


112 


1722 


S-449A 


1953 


2163 


2103 


792 


1725 


1008 


1958 


409 


2104 


124 


1729 


3335 


1960 


321 


2106 


934-35 


1742 


3178 


1962 


320 


2108 


410 


1744? 


3178 


1964 


877 


2122 


2710 


1750 


3671 


1965 


3801 


2124 


494 


1761 


3671 


1969 


1179-81 


2126 


1036 


1762 


51 


1973 


2103 


2127 


1035 


1768 


1459 


1976 


3643 


2128 


3812 


1778 


925-26 


1981 


878 


2131 


1573 


1780 


1024 


1987 


556 


2132 


3101 


1782 


353 


1992 


324 


2133 


3041 


1786 


348 


1993a 


359 


2135 


1319 


1793 


1136-37 


1994 


3521 


2136 


1743 


1794 


1138 


1997 


194 


2140 


1424 


1798 


945 


1998 


297 


2150 


1542-43 


1799 


1155 


2001 


3408, S-3408A 


2152 


3330 


1802 


2711 


2002 


2355 


2153 


1605 


1804a 


1369 


2004 


2545 


2156 


1610 


1805 


3333-34 


2005 


2519 


2157 


677-78 


1806 


3076 


2008 


1187 


2158 


2757 


1807 


2540-41 


2018 


2995 


2161 


1872-74 



CONCORDANCES 



391 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



2164 


1618 


2327 


3463 


2511 


222-23 


2165 


1619 


2329 


2484A 


2513 


3755 


2169 


1772 


2330 


3404 


2515 


3738 


2176 


1640 


2335 


103 


2520 


3994 


2178 


2554-55 


2360 


481-82 


2523 


3845-46 


2179 


2566 


2364 


3196 


2530 


3144 


2181 


3368 


2368 


2698 


2532 


3281 


2182 


1278 


2369(1) 


3726 


2537 


3256-57 


2184 


1060 


2369(2) 


3725 


2542(1) 


1689 


2185 


2561 


2371 


3197 


2542(2) 


1690 


2186 


1972-73 


2375 


2696-97 


2544(2) 


1716 


2187 


2326 


2384 


2701 


2546(2) 


1891 


2189 


2778 


2385 


3727-28 


2549(1) 


1894 


2191 


2647 


2386 


3198 


2558 


1586 


2194 


445 


2394 


3201 


2561 


1926 


2197 


71 


2396 


2699 


2565 


1893 


2205 


1858 


2401 


3343 


2569(2) 


3286 


2206 


2281 


2406 


3836 


2571(1) 


1714 


2210 


1932 


2407 


1264 


2571(2) 


1710 


2211 


2542-43 


2408 


2700 


2580 


1680 


2212 


Heb-25-26 


2415 


S-3435A 


2586 


2165 


2214 


3803 


2420 


2604A-04B 


2589(1) 


1696 


2216-17 


2608 


2429-30 


3184 


2589(2) 


1709 


2218 


2171 


2437 


3452 


2590(1) 


1590 


2219 


3449-50 


2438 


3175 


2597 


S-3588A 


2220 


2039 


2449 


1676 


2599 


1517 


2223-24 


1847-49 


2453 


1482 


2601 


1709 


2231 


846-47 


2455 


1484 


2607(1) 


1691 


2240 


3730 


2461 


3390 


2607(2) 


1705 


2245 


2827 


2466 


3997 


2608(2) 


1589 


2246 


3771 


2467 


3290 


2623 


3091 


2252 


218 


2469 


3465 


2628 


1965 


2254 


28 


2470 


3568-69 


2631 


1893 


2256 


693 


2471a 


1048 


2634 


1527 


2266 


2241-42 


2472 


1215 


2638 


1521 


2270 


177 


2478 


108-09 


2643 


1423 


2272 


3750 


2481 


3075 


2647 


1768 


2279 


3759A 


2484 


3087 


2654 


1963 


2284 


3169 


2496 


(3907a) 


2665-66 


3451 


2286 


1673 


2500 


3746-47 


2676 


193 


2289 


3169 


2505 


697 


2704 


3608 


2305 


1896 


2506 


222-23 


2712 


3202 


2316 


1343 


2507-08 


1067-68 


2713 


62 


2320 


2166 


2509 


247-49 


2717 


1863 


2325 


2111 


2510 


719 


2725 


1249 



392 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



2732 


102 


2934 


3218 


3143 


953 


2752 


2970 


2936 


253 


3156 


2474 


2758 


3027-28 


2938 


263 


3158 


2223 


2763 


2659-61 


2945 


2877-78 


3161 


1270 


2765 


2634 


2946 


3436 


3162 


1281 


2778 


2868 


2949 


3205-06 


3167 


709 


2784 


2985 


2951-52 


3788 


3168 


2273 


2785 


3019 


2953 


3418 


3170 


725 


2788 


3031 


2954 


3719 


3173 


139-41 


2793 


S-207A-B 


2955 


3250 


3174 


2359 


2794 


883 


2957 


3418 


3179 


1099 


2795 


119 


2963 


3236 


3181 


1096-97 


2796 


3876 


2964 


3732 


3184-85 


1098 


2802 


762 


2966 


3245-46 


3200 


3525 


2805 


2082 


2967 


3251 


3204 


948 


2806 


3401 


2968 


3221 


3205 


763 


2807 


2085 


2969 


3211-12 


3223 


2243 


2808 


2180-81 


2971 


3242 


3224 


2236 


2809 


2188-89 


2972 


3731 


3233 


2517 


2812 


2184 


2974 


3240^41 


3243 


3375 


2813 


2781-84 


2979 


3733 


3245 


3394 


2819 


1217 


2980 


3754 


3246 


1324-25 


2827 


1170 


2985 


2133 


3247 


3375 


2833 


325 


2994 


474 


3248 


1784 


2835 


110, S-110A 


2999 


786 


3258 


285 


2842 


843 


3000 


3902 


3262 


256 


2846 


843 


3002 


3675 


3276bis 


1923 


2850 


3149 


3004 


1286-87 


3285-86 


1357 


2854 


3906 


3023 


765 


3291 


2792 


2860 


3423 


3031 


3-5 


3294 


2478 


2864-65 


3935 


3035 


83 


3296 


1620 


2870 


94-95 


3050 


6 


3297 


3086 


2873 


3150-51 


3061 


1581 


3303 


2735 


2883 


1176 


3063 


1607 


3308 


2776 


2885 


3658 


3064 


1142 


3312 


3203 


2886 


3999 


3067 


1771 


3315 


1528-31 


2887 


560 


3068 


675 


3321 


2317 


2893 


2099 


3090 


1871 


3326 


1538-40 


2898 


3009 


3097 


2121 


3329 


882 


2912 


439 


3099 


2121 


3333 


885 


2914 


446 


3104 


196 


3338 


122-23 


2919 


3134 


3106 


3804 


3343 


3605 


2922 


2518 


3118 


1227 


3345 


4009-1 1 


2929 


S-1124A 


3124 


2531 


3350 


1376 


2932 


220 


3137 


692 


3351 


1974-75 



CONCORDANCES 



393 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



3352 


2034-35 


3510 


3879 


3671 


3344 


3359 


310 


3511-12 


3903 


3672 


2975-76 


3367 


205 


3528 


367 


3675 


3213 


3368 


3739 


3531 


2494-95 


3677 


3213 


3370 


671-72 


3535 


88 


3678 


3214 


3375 


373 


3537 


3427 


3682 


3759 


3376 


696 


3539 


3309 


3691 


3991-92 


3377 


3926 


3540 


714 


3697 


162 


3378 


705 


3543 


764 


3700 


1201 


3382 


206-07 


3549 


466 


3709 


600 


3383 


1074 


3551-52 


606 


3712 


3620 


3384-85 


442 


3565 


4012 


3725 


1242 


3388 


746 


3574 


3058 


3726 


209 


3390 


457 


3580 


3953 


3728 


S-643A 


3396 


468 


3583 


92 


3729 


605 


3400 


3947 


3584 


1118 


3731 


1263 


3401 


3739 


3588 


1307 


3732 


184 


3404 


2275-76 


3589 


1329 


3735 


1255 


3406 


3780 


3590 


11 


3746 


1258 


3407 


2347-48 


3591 


1313 


3747 


816 


3408 


2713-14 


3594 


1118 


3749 


180 


3416 


3897 


3595 


S-1118A 


3750 


1260 


3417 


3817 


3598 


1595-96 


3751 


1261-62 


3418 


3737 


3599 


1711 


3752 


3737-38 


3419 


433 


3602 


3092 


3753 


3677-78 


3421 


436 


3603 


S-687A 


3760 


210 


3422 


246 


3604 


1878-79 


3763 


3100 


3424 


302 


3608 


2084 


3770 


1043 


3426 


616-17 


3609(1) 


2084 


3773 


1040 


3439 


3180 


3609(2) 


2083 


3779 


1483 


3461 


631-32 


3610 


1885 


3791 


3668 


3463(1) 


412 


3611 


2066 


3880 


1231 


3463(2) 


379 


3613 


S-704A 


3886 


314 


3465 


271 


3615 


1910 


3956 


31-32 


3467 


3433 


3617 


168 


3957 


859-60 


3468 


258 


3618 


1934 


3958 


(866a) 


3469 


107 


3619 


1226 


3960 


579 


3470 


562 


3622 


1943 


3963 


33 


3473 


1701 


3624 


1901 


3969 


1092 


3481 


3433 


3626 


S-1229A 


3975 


1093-94 


3489 


3629 


3628 


1901 


3983 


2583 


3500 


881 


3629 


1955 


3984 


2583 


3502 


204 


3656 


2416 


3987 


3393 


3504 


1019 


3667 


3071-72 


3993 


1159 


3508 


3986 


3669 


3208-09 


3996 


342 



394 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



3999 


3131-32 


4204 


3573 


4376 


374 


4002 


3911 


4209 


1252 


4386-87 


99 


4009 


3295 


4213 


1558 


4391 


3610 


4011 


961 


4216 


3046 


4392 


1733 


4012 


S-744A 


4217 


3306 


4397-98 


3371 


4014 


399 


4218 


1783 


4410 


1789 


4017-18 


181 


4219 


2412-13 


4411 


199 


4020 


191 


4220 


2451-52 


4413 


1430 


4021 


189 


4221 


2468-69 


4420 


1106 


4022 


3576 


4223 


3636 


4426 


163 5 A 


4026 


2568-69 


4225 


3985 


4428 


1602 


4027 


3515 


4228 


1385 


4429 


340 


4041 


544 


4230 


343 


4441 


1970 


4042 


547 


4232 


3276 


4458-59 


778 


4043 


548 


4234 


2996 


4462 


1616-17 


4046 


610 


4235 


1345 


4464 


1969 


4047 


583 


4236 


1668 


4468 


413-14 


4072 


3561 


4237(1) 


1644 


4471 


147, 


4075 


766 


4247 


845 




S-147A 


4076 


674 


4248 


1109 


4482 


2091 


4080 


920 


4264 


895-96 


4483 


1969 


4081 


S-228A 


4266 


2967 


4504 


1984 


4089 


1454A 


4269a 


1293 


4505 


3133 


4095 


1629 


4281 


2465 


4507 


2140 


4096 


3177 


4282 


1457 


4508 


1608 


4103 


74-76 


4283 


2138 


4536 


3277A 


4104 


581 


4286-87 


1467-69 


4538 


3979 


4105 


2358 


4289 


1410 


4543 


1426 


4112 


669 


4290 


1406 


4546 


1411 


4120 


3919 


4292 


3530 


4551 


2061-62 


4121 


395 


4295 


2169 


4553 


801 


4122 


347 


4299 


3498 


4556 


1380 


4124 


777 


4314 


1368 


4562 


1160 


4133 


2706-07 


4321 


2802 


4563 


2486A 


4138 


3461 


4325 


1280 


4564 


1193 


4139 


2287-88 


4340 


809 


4572 


216 


4141 


2329 


4346 


2270 


4573 


533 


4143 


1782 


4350 


2427-28 


4574 


1173 


4162 


287 


4356 


1799 


4579 


1349 


4163 


2141 


4358 


1435 


4587 


3566 


4186 


3904 


4367 


1397 


4658 


1124 


4188 


3557 


4368-69 


927 


4660 


225-26 


4194 


3562 


4370 


3511 


4661 


378 


4196 


3255 


4371 


3528-29 


4662 


295 


4200 


3570 


4375 


1386 


4663 


1091 



CONCORDANCES 



395 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



4665 


S-195A 


4888-89 


2817 


5179 


3043 


4666 


264 


4892 


3847 


5187 


1853 A 


4688 


2687-90 


4899-4900 2894 


5189 


1917 


4692 


2429 


4907 


(3839a) 


5190 


1884 


4693 


3435 


4910 


3674 


5206 


3813 


4710 


889-90 


4915 


(3860a) 


5213 


1288 


4711 


557 


4921 


3989 


5214 


1548 


4713 


3816 


4947 


1398 


5217 


2470 


4719 


1161 


4956 


2859 


5218? 


2470 


4736 


603 


4960 


1407 


5231 


1294 


4754 


3990 


4963 


1503 


5232(1) 


2520 


4757 


3538 


4964 


1030 


5249 


2310 


4759 


3040 


4976 


2105 


5269 


3923 


4760 


3500-01 


4984 


651 


5270 


2089 


4763 


2289-91 


4989 


472-73 


5271(1) 


1913 


4764 


2512 


4990 


25 


5272(1) 


3923 


4766 


2584-85 


4995 


949 


5273 


1921-22 


4768 


S-2563A 


4996 


942 


5314 


1665 


4771 


2844 


5004 


3945 


5317 


1961 


4774 


2992 


5005 


3782 


5318 


1853 


4779 


2999 


5023 


118 


5319 


2557 


4780 


1746 


5029 


994 


5327 


1665 


4811 


2350 


5036 


1327 


5328 


1518-20 


4812 


2729 


5037 


381 


5329 


1665 


4813 


2354 


5039 


1328 


5331 


3225, 


4820-21 


2968 


5040 


382 




3551 


4822-23 


2862 


5044 


1896A 


5333 


3551 


4831 


2175 


5048 


332-33 


5334 


1522 


4835 


2846-48 


5050 


993 


5335 


3231-32 


4837 


2220, 


5053 


3913 


5336 


3551 




S-2220A 


5054 


1314 


5338 


3551 


4838 


2458-60 


5057(1) 


1549 


5339 


3551 


4841 


636 


5057(2) 


1550 


5342-43 


1845-46 


4843 


1277 


5059(1) 


1660 


5344 


3225, 


4847 


3234-35 


5060 


1736 




3551 


4848(2) 


2624A 


5076 


1915 


5353 


580 


4849 


1730 


5078 


1962 


5361 


3018 


4850 


3457 


5084 


3828 


5363 


3624 


4866 


3457 


5112 


1845-46 


5370 


3512 


4867 


3765 


5123 


1601 


5372 


2559 


4872 


3096 


5127-28 


2266 


5373 


2400-01 


4873 


3563 


5129 


3243 


5382 


3584 


4874 


3464 


5137 


1677 


5383 


1959 


4882 


3017 


5138 


3507 


5395 


718 


4884 


2322 


5176 


1735 


5396 


2129-30 



396 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



5398 


2134 


5624 


1506 


5888-89 


2838 


5401 


2362 


5647? 


3778 


5891 


3971 


5403 


946 


5651 


587 


5893 


272-73 


5407 


84 


5652 


2594 


5895 


1071 


5409 


1380 


5655? 


4016 


5898 


1797 


5413 


86 


5656 


3995 


5899 


331 


5418 


1120 


5678 


106 


5900 


560 


5420 


1316 


5727 


1643B 


5903 


1115-16 


5421 


17 


5729 


1643B 


5904 


97 


5425 


844 


5730 


2380 


5913 


93 


5428 


1876-77 


5731 


3099 


5914 


835 


5432 


2083 


5732 


2617 


5917 


869 


5435 


704 


5733 


1555 


5922 


131 


5436 


2067 


5736 


3422 


5927 


989 


5439 


844 


5741 


3289 


5934 


1279 


5441 


1909 


5745 


159 


5942 


1738-39 


5444 


169 


5747 


159 


5943 


3090 


5446 


1934 


5760 


357 


5944 


1663 


5447 


1902 


5761 


787 


5945 


2492 


5450 


3437 


5770 


2022 


5946 


2851-54 


5451 


2529 


5774 


1447 


5947 


1790-92, 


5468 


2096 


5788 


3466 




S-1792A 


5469 


2379 


5790? 


3862 


5948 


3403 


5483 


2774-75 


5791 


3603-04 


5949 


2094-95 


5488 


3936 


5797 


3687 


5950 


1777 


5492 


2805 


5803 


29 


5951-52 


2425-26 


5495 


1419 


5813 


3513 


5953 


2492 


5498 


2811 


5814 


3526-27 


5954 


2972-73 


5500 


2758 


5817 


3550 


5957-58 


364 


5501 


2685-86 


5826 


862 


5959 


1409 


5507 


3849 


5828 


528 


5960 


1627 


5510 


238 


5831 


229 


5964 


1501 


5512-13 


592 


5833 


866 


6033 


Heb-21- 


5520 


944 


5834-35 


865 




22 


5533 


224 


5838 


3486 


6034 


Heb-27 


5535 


1162 


5839 


2433 


6046 


1333 


5537 


1162 


5841-42 


3552 


6047 


18 


5541 


986 


5846 


2248 


6048 


344 


5543 


3173-74 


5878 


1525 


6065 


3581 


5557-58 


267 


5881? 


3061 


6066 


354 


5579 


203 


5882 


3061 


6083 


3865 


5583 


3617 


5883? 


3385 


6087 


1276 


5605 


1235-36 


5884 


3385 


6093 


3127 


5609 


1084 


5885 


2553 


6095 


2826 


5615 


3442 


5886 


2567 


6100 


653 



CONCORDANCES 



397 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



6110 


3996 


6257 


2681-82 


6683 


66 


6114 


458 


6274 


292 


6684 


65 


6124 


3872 


6312 


1630 


6685 


2368A- 


6127 


3874 


6321 


3429 




68C 


6131 


3851 


6395 


68 


6691 


2743-46 


6138 


985 


6401 


3770 


6693 


1805-07 


6139 


3158-59 


6416(4) 


1693-94 


6699 


1551-53 


6151 


2655-57 


6418 


1867 


6700 


1634-35 


6157 


3534 


6421 


1867 


6701 


1551-53 


6158 


2395-96 


6423 


1641 


6702 


3305 


6168 


2246 


6434 


1699 


6706 


2109 


6172 


1364 


6439 


2245 


6708 


98 


6175 


2164 


6445-46 


2297 


6711 


3341-42 


6176 


1966 


6450 


2339-40 


6714 


304 


6177 


1929 


6451 


2244 


6716 


3037 


6184 


3386 


6466 


128 


6717 


1817-18 


6185 


2619-20 


6473 


1308 


6718 


954 


6188 


3171 


6480 


3494 


6719 


326-27 


6189 


1742 


6481 


3304 


6721 


995 


6190 


1903 


6482 


3496 


6775 


928 


6191 


2564-65 


6485 


685 


6777 


3886 


6193 


2547 


6486 


1781 


6788 


453 


6194 


2989 


6489 


219 


6809 


968 


6197-98 


(3631b) 


6493 


2 195 A 


6813 


456 


6199 


1575-77 


6494 


236 


6814 


127 


6200 


2154-55 


6495 


1211 


6818 


663 


6201 


3406 


6496 


252 


6823 


2408-09 


6202 


2285-86 


6497 


744 


6825 


1188 


6203 


2154-55 


6498 


2515 


6831 


542 


6205 


2461-63 


6508 


1330-31 


6833 


595 


6206 


1859 


6513 


2122 


6835 


3671 


6209 


2987 


6523 


3942 


6848 


1029 


6214 


1580 


6564 


604 


6860 


1033 


6216 


2378 


6575 


604 


6888 


3893 


6226 


1731-32 


6584 


S-473A 


6894 


1233-34 


6227 


1611-12 


6585 


3266 


6900 


1241 


6229 


2391-93 


6597-98 


1087 


6901 


(1061a) 


6230 


3681 


6599 


2863 


6903 


1112 


6233 


3672 


6602 


1455 


6916 


201-02 


6238(2) 


3672 


6613 


584 


6918 


351 


6239 


3316^18 


6659 


2674-77 


6920 


3914 


6240 


3541-42 


6662 


3832 


6921 


836 


6243 


3870 


6663 


3682 


6923 


422 


6245-46 


807-08 


6664 


129 


6926 


1800 


6253 


2196-97 


6678 


509-10 


6928 


1801^02 



398 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



6934 


1823-24 


7168 


2115 


7467 


3799- 


6935 


1830 


7175 


1021 




3800 


6939 


1143 


7190 


1062 


7476 


469 


6946 


3868-69 


7200 


3354-55 


7492 


1451 


6950 


552 


7201 


3579-80 


7493 


1479 


6957 


2479 


7222 


312 


7500 


2631-33 


6958 


1660A 


7226 


2837 


7501 


1976-78 


6962 


3034 


7231 


2869 


7505 


1436 


6963 


2900 


7235 


3556 


7516 


208 


6982 


2430 


7249 


3441 


7517 


1285 


6984 


89 


7254 


431 


7519 


1564-65 


6986 


1541 


7258 


903 


7520 


1744 


6990 


687 


7267 


1425 


7521 


3398 


6997 


1986-87 


7268 


2901 


7522 


2370 


7003 


3114 


7274 


3244 


7524 


2603 


7008 


720 


7276 


1125-26 


7526 


2562-63 


7010 


2694 


7277 


854 


7530 


840 


7022 


577 


7285 


1394 


7539 


1656 


7041 


1766, 


7288 


449 


7541 


1700 




S-1766A 


7292 


1381 


7545 


2028-30 


7059 


243 1-32 


7320 


3473 


7547 


2037 


7062 


752-54 


7349 


3934 


7561 


3445 


7063 


1196-97 


7352 


915 


7568 


3444 


7065 


2874-76 


7360 


1010 


7569 


2824 


7066 


2738-39 


7367 


536 


7571 


2805 


7069 


2843 


7368 


546 


7574 


3447 


7070 


2717 


7379 


1039 


7583 


3130 


7074 


3554 


7381 


652 


7590 


3448 


7075 


2866-67 


7392 


3139-41 


7591 


2153 


7076 


2963 


7393 


3152 


7608 


1537 


7077 


2960 


7396 


1046 


7610 


1661 


7078-79 


2890 


7406 


3157 


7620 


1448 


7080(1)? 


2079 


7407 


3161 


7622 


164-65 


7081 


2079 


7408 


3417 


7623 


812-13 


7082 


2840 


7410 


3706 


7629 


349 


7084 


1466 


7411 


3684 


7638 


984 


7115 


3426 


7412 


3802 


7641 


936 


7121bis 


2526-27 


7413 


3729 


7642 


585 


7125 


2499-2500 


7425 


3686 


7671 


3928 


7132 


3264 


7427 


2444 


7677 


339 


7133 


1399-1400 


7434 


3156 


7699 


929 


7159 


3097 


7442 


558-59 


7701 


425 


7161 


979-80 


7446 


2139 


7705 


328 


7163 


990 


7448 


666 


7718 


352 


7166 


3098 


7463 


2705 


7723 


513 



CONCORDANCES 



399 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



7741 


146 


7941 


41 


8229 


964 


7745 


163 


7947(1) 


408 


8283 


724 


7748 


737 


7958 


586 


8300 


815 


7751 


265-66 


7963 


2365 


8305 


1224 


7797 


3811 


7964 


3602 


8317 


520 


7799 


2026-27 


7970 


539 


8336 


3984 


7803(1) 


2768 


7975 


1681 


8343 


3300, 


7804 


2768 


7988 


1246 




S-3300A 


7806 


932 


7996 


85 


8346(1) 


Heb-18 


7807 


930 


7997 


3753 


8346(3) 


Heb-19 


7827 


450 


7999 


12-13 


8349 


1829 


7838 


3458 


8001 


1332 


8350 


2187 


7863 


1417 


8003 


1587 


8362 


452 


7866 


1505 


8004 


1123 


8396 


892 


7873 


939 


8011 


1866 


8400 


929 


7877 


2047 


8012 


1129 


8424 


262, 


7878 


1476 


8014 


689 




S-262A 


7882 


1741 


8015 


1875 


8425 


214, 


7883 


87 


8016 


1773 




S-214A 


7885 


9-10 


8020 


2072 


8426 


S-209A- 


7886 


1574 


8021 


1907 




B 


7888 


1141 


8024 


2356 


8431 


477 


7889 


1334 


8030 


S-724A 


8437 


2311 


7890 


1587 


8032 


1938 


8445 


997 


7891 


1318 


8034 


S-748B 


8446 


999 


7895 


1128 


8037 


1950 


8448 


867 


7896 


1130 


8039 


1954 


8451 


3487-89 


7899 


694 


8040 


1229 




S-3487 


7901 


161 


8042 


2610 


8455 


(2250a) 


7903 


1133 


8050 


290 


8456 


3291-93 


7904 


1940 


8063 


887 


8458 


1793 


7905 


1906 


8072 


811 


8460 


2477 


7907 


167 


8084 


130 


8461 


2599 


7908 


1911 


8091 


828 


8466 


1496 


7910 


2125 


8094 


829 


8467 


3210 


7911 


2170 


8098 


3446 


8469 


1645-46 


7912 


1225 


8101 


1763A 


8470 


1359 


7913 


733 


8128 


2763 


8472 


1991-93 


7914 


2131 


8129-30 


2766 


8476 


965 


7915 


1940 


8131 


S-1068A 


8503 


279 


7916 


1900 


8132 


2773 


8526 


1228 


7923 


475 


8134 


1631 


8527 


851 


7927 


396 


8154 


1401 


8537 


3894 


7929 


1361 


8171 


613 


8542 


3531 


7934 


1218 


8212 


289 


8545 


2800-01 



400 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



8547 


1498 


8800 


668 


9092 


270 


8549 


52-53 


8830 


2654 


9093 


910 


8550 


1318A 


8852 


3652 


9094 


620 


8556 


1721 


8881 


2865 


9095 


2088 


8557 


3360-61 


8884 


2073-74 


9096 


3145 


8559 


1214 


8887 


2127 


9097 


3664 


8560 


2090 


8898 


182-83 


9098 


197-98 


8561 


1216 


8925 


2823 


9101 


3783 


8565 


1221 


8934 


786 


9102 


3647-48 


8566 


2785-86, 


8936 


307 


9103 


721 




S-2786A 


8941 


212-13 


9104 


3651 


8568 


322-23 


8942 


211 


9106 


1431 


8578 


338 


8943 


(216b) 


9107 


2488 


8581 


2032-33 


8944 


34-40 


9108 


3662 


8585 


662 


8948 


23-24 


9109 


2759 


8586 


834 


8957 


952 


9110 


2835-36 


8587 


1388 


8961 


488 


9115 


912 


8589 


503-14 


8962 


114-16 


9116 


576 


8594 


898-99 


8967 


3649 


9117 


614 


8595 


676 


8973 


756 


9118 


607 


8599 


1788 


8976 


3903 


9119 


951 


8602 


2353 


8997 


126 


9121 


3703 


8606 


643 


9002 


1132 


9126 


2212 


8625 


2435 


9009 


1064 


9127 


2419 


8649 


2861 


9011 


2780 


9128 


2880 


8663 


227 


9015 


2349 


9129 


2253 


8668 


1622 


9017 


2345 


9130 


2892 


8671 


1483 


9021 


3110 


9131 


2896-97 


8672 


2898 


9025 


228 


9132 


2530 


8676 


(658b) 


9030 


918 


9133 


3959 


8696 


448 


9041 


1055 


9137 


Heb-29 


8708 


1077 


9049 


299 


9146 


1895 


8716 


2761 


9053 


1082 


9148(1) 


1899 


8718 


550-51 


9062 


1811-13 


9187 


499 


8722 


400 


9063 


1825 


9188 


587 


8741 


1007 


9064-65 


1908 


9191 


103 


8753 


549 


9067 


630 


9192 


1864 


8757 


848 


9082 


3933 


9218 


1374 


8760 


972 


9083 


3929 


9233 


747 


8761 


1076 


9085 


2120 


9238 


855-56 


8766 


418 


9087 


3405 


9239 


861 


8772 


2990-91 


9088 


2146 


9240 


863 


8774 


3392 


9089 


2086 


9244 


471 


8793 


1223 


9090 


2192 


9245 


738-40 


8799 


2769 


9091 


911 


9270 


63 



CONCORDANCES 



401 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



9271 


394 


9487 


1208-09 


9626 


1779 


9273 


500 


9488 


1592 


9635 


1946 


9274 


1239 


9498 


16 


9638(1) 


2102 


9277 


(2354a) 


9500 


1121 


9638(2) 


2100-01 


9280 


2304-05 


9501 


1655 


9639 


2100-01 


9281 


331 


9505 


1658 


9644 


1387 


9282 


660 


9507(1) 


1122 


9645 


2622 


9286 


3650 


9508 


1958 


9647 


1554 


9289 


3639 


9512 


1392A 


9650 


3077 


9298 


3619 


9517 


1135 


9651 


1664 


9302 


501-02 


9519 


707-08 


9653 


2224 


9304 


1412 


9525 


170 


9654 


2221 


9306 


1487-88 


9533 


2080 


9655 


2216 


9312 


3125-26 


9535 


1944 


9657 


2464 


9314 


2404-06 


9538 


2036 


9658 


(3631c) 


9322-23 


924 


9539 


1952 


9659 


1698 


9328 


1250-51 


9544 


1591 


9672 


1544 


9337 


1031 


9547 


1710 


9676 


1642 


9345 


817-18 


9550 


691 


9680 


3053 


9349 


1267 


9553 


1928 


9682 


3042 


9355 


2974 


9554 


1764A 


9683 


3057 


9358 


2648-53 


9555 


1931 


9684 


3047 


9360 


3776 


9559 


1949 


9686 


3062 


9368 


Heb-8 


9561 


2809 


9688 


1649 


9369 


Heb-7 


9563 


1360 


9691 


1914 


9370 


Heb-4 


9568 


1927 


9692 


1918 


9383-84 


1320 


9570 


2126 


9699 


2251 


9399 


3523 


9572 


2132 


9704 


2414 


9405 


943 


9576 


1948 


9707 


3519 


9406 


905-06 


9578 


1953 


9709 


2549 


9416 


1207 


9580 


1362 


9710 


2556 


9427 


566 


9582 


2808 


9711 


755 


9430 


3931 


9583 


3093 


9712 


2523 


9435 


1051 


9585 


695 


9716 


3829 


9436 


3670 


9590 


2168 


9720 


3307 


9443 


1232 


9595 


1951 


9742 


913 


9451 


527 


9597 


1597 


9754 


797 


9452 


3373-74 


9598 


14 


9755 


484 


9454 


2207-08 


9603 


3752 


9759 


806 


9460 


2910 


9609 


710-11 


9768 


3866 


9464 


1147 


9613? 


1930 


9769 


826 


9469 


3160 


9615 


2128 


9774 


1979 


9472 


599 


9617 


1937 


9775 


2023 


9474-75 


654 


9619 


1941 


9776 


2038- 


9477 


2116-17 


9624 


1657 




38A 



402 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



9777 


2041-42 


10024 


2799 


10209 


1101 


9786(1) 


376 


10029 


1659 


10211 


401 


9786(2) 


377 


10030 


3499 


10233 


1747-48 


9789 


380 


10042 


621-22 


10235 


3502 


9796 


Heb-13-14 


10052 


3907 


10241 


2509-11 


9805 


2226 


10058 


3910 


10242 


2533-34 


9808 


1289-90 


10060 


Heb-5-6 


10243 


3153 


9810 


1532 


10063 


3976 


10245 


3635 


9811 


1311-12 


10080 


1103 


10254 


3977 


9813 


1745 


10092 


3186 


10257 


1495 


9814 


1707-08 


10101 


2891 


10258 


2966 


9815 


2410-11 


10102 


3285 


10260 


2449 


9816 


2546 


10103 


2981 


10261 


2516 


9817 


2314-15 


10105 


2316 


10263 


2418 


9818 


2524-25 


10110 


2504 


10270 


447 


9830 


2618 


10126 


4002 


10282 


3383-84 


9831 


2624A 


10129 


1300-02 


10283 


2417 


9832 


3236A 


10130 


1513-14 


10285 


2691-92 


9865 


Heb-23-24 


10133 


3059 


10301 


3987 


9866 


596 


10136 


3326-27 


10309 


3875 


9867 


641 


10137 


2421 


10315 


757-58 


9868 


518 


10141 


2453-54 


10318 


3952 


9869 


521 


10142 


2262-63 


10324 


3805 


9872 


S-567A 


10144 


1363 


10327 


3628 


9875 


2702A 


10147 


1886 


10329 


563-65 


9882 


382A 


10149 


2218-19 


10330 


526 


9883 


2151 


10153 


179 


10333 


154-56 


9891 


3476 


10154 


1257 


10334 


2994 


9916 


462 


10164 


1256 


10357 


4001 


9924 


2627-28 


10169 


1081 


10359 


4016 


9926 


1492-93 


10171 


1083 


10361 


3995 


9935 


3853 


10173 


1078 


10363 


1295 


9938 


2081 


10174 


1083 


10385 


941 


9943 


1348 


10178 


1395 


10386 


3338 


9947 


2730 


10179 


1396 


10390 


2235 


9956 


784 


10181 


1404 


10393 


2586 


9962 


465 


10184 


113 


10399 


741 


9981 


713 


10185 


1144 


10425 


Heb-17 


9989 


977 


10186 


1737 


10426 


1566-67 


10000 


3492 


10188 


681-82 


10427 


3396 


10008 


757-58 


10190 


1204 


10428 


3400 


10012 


1796 


10194 


1205-06 


10429 


2217 


10015 


S-1269A 


10195 


1213 


10430 


2472-73 


10018 


917 


10198 


1222 


10441 


2493 


10019 


2646 


10200 


2274 


10444 


1734 



CONCORDANCES 



403 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



10447 


3356-58 


10705 


3069 


10917 


3567 


10458(1) 


3665 


10707 


3176, S-3 176 


10924 


2796-97 


10458(2) 


3667 


10712 


2325 


10930 


575 


10465 


2756 


10737 


435 


10934 


2873 


10468 


406-07 


10752 


1897-98 


10956 


3469 


10470 


406-07 


10753(2) 


S-473A 


10981 


2899 


10476 


3744 


10754 


522 


10983 


274 


10477 


3589 


10755 


1219-20 


10986 


2435A 


10478 


3593 


10762 


64 


10988 


2978 


10482 


(3836a) 


10763 


55 


10991 


475 


10496 


1393 


10764 


1304 


10992 


1169 


10500 


2718 


10765 


3340 


10994 


582 


10502 


3297 


10766 


19 


10997 


1860 


10503 


3434 


10767-68 


l 280 


10999 


1203 


10506 


1322 


10771 


3051 


11013 


2394 


10507 


1006 


10776 


105 


11014 


3036 


10521 


Heb-1 


10782 


2715 


11017 


1614-15 


10522 


Heb-2 


10786 


1456 


11018 


3957 


10523 


Heb-1 5-1 6 


10787 


1437 


11019 


1809, 


10524 


3199-3200 


10807 


3359 




S-1809 


10525 


2841 


10809 


1536 


11030 


148 


10528 


2658 


10812 


1682-83 


11045 


3154 


10530 


2185 


10815 


1904-05 


11077 


487-88 


10531 


2156-57 


10819 


1924-25 


11091 


3312 


10539 


3270 


10820 


3118 


11092 


1780 


10540 


3310 


10821 


2445 


11097 


1679 


10545 


2213 


10823 


2254-55 


11109 


2143 


10546 


44 


10824 


2381 


11112 


2031 


10557 


1609 


10834 


849-50 


11113 


2909 


10559 


1593-94 


10835 


717 


11114 


3520 


10570 


2508 


10836 


3192 


11119 


991 


10583 


2576 


10837 


2147 


11120 


649-50 


10586 


1408 


10838 


853 


11121 


1247-49 


10603 


2573 


10843 


230 


11128 


541-43 


10608 


2572 


10844 


2149 


11136 


Heb-7 


10628 


2571 


10845 


239 


11144 


1803 


10638 


3888 


10847 


296 


11148 


3927 


10643 


424 


10851 


303 


11154 


3915 


10654 


2485 


10854 


221 


11156 


1210 


10672 


1065 


10857 


1323 


11161 


3762 


10690 


3280 


10867 


1139 


11243 


Heb-28 


10691 


3183 


10873 


215 


11322 


976 


10696 


3187 


10877 


1441 


11337 


313 


10702 


2616 


10880 


3023 


11349 


639 


10703 


788 


10909 


645 


11400 


2591 



404 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



11437 


27 


11641 


1019 


11941 


244-45 


11443 


1639 


11642 


1104 


11942 


3796-97 


11444 


1445 


11647 


308-09 


11945 


992 


11449 


854 


11653 


2629 


11946 


3791-92 


11462 


852, S-837A 


11670 


Heb-31 


11948 


3663 


11465 


768 


11671 


Heb-20 


11957 


981-82 


11466 


780 


11676 


3510 


11968 


3395 


11469 


429 


11681 


1100 


12004 


2327 


11474 


3711 


11727 


804 


12026 


451 


11476 


1252 


11748 


2532 


12042 


3216 


11479 


S-1107A 


11762 


904, S-904 


12049 


3216 


11480 


80 


11764 


1559 


12050 


3216 


11481 


S-837A 


11768 


2077 


12052 


2229A 


11482 


852 


11774 


2819 


12063 


26 


11484 


235 


11795 


217 


12065 


(S-833b) 


11485 


240 


11799 


940 


12096 


2816 


11486 


742-43 


11807 


572 


12099 


3493 


11487 


S-255A 


11814 


317 


12101 


529-30 


11488 


268 


11819 


3595 


12102 


1785-86 


11491 


1108 


11822 


316 


12104 


2623-24 


11536 


971 


11823 


931 


12105 


3644-45 


11542 


3054 


11831 


341 


12106 


3022 


11544 


3089 


11832 


573-74 


12112 


673 


11552 


2336-3 6A 


11838 


1117 


12117 


615 


11553 


2825 


11844 


3591-92 


12138 


1647 


11561 


3965 


11847 


537 


12141 


3495 


11563 


3970 


11858 


1798 


12143 


2173-74 


11566 


1164 


11867 


2422 


12146(2) 


2440 


11567 


703 


11885 


933 


12150 


2389 


11570 


1164 


11886 


938 


12155 


2104 


11572 


1462 


11888 


1757 


12160 


3345 


11576 


2113 


11900 


2752-53 


12162 


2389 


11585 


461 


11901 


1582 


12163(1) 


2440 


11588 


665 


11903(2) 


3363 


12164 


3913A 


11589 


2813 


11903(3) 


3362 


12166 


2227 


11601 


3558 


11906 


2486 


12170 


2104 


11607 


2230 


11907 


2455 


12171 


2513 


11608 


3074 


11908 


2736 


12172 


2298 


11612 


819 


11909 


3167 


12176 


2528 


11613 


2112 


11915 


384 


12202 


2252 


11617 


2970 


11916 


3710 


12211 


2580 


11619 


3937 


11920 


3185 


12220 


2552 


11629-3€ 


> 569 


11934 


1499 


12239 


3065 


11632 


581 


11935 


3794-95 


12240 


2190 


11638 


2607 


11938 


3791-92 


12241 


3117 



CONCORDANCES 



405 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



12242 


2487 


12497 


1666 


12745 


590 


12243 


3117 


12504 


2712 


12749 


1191-92 


12244 


1452 


12507 


3459 


12751 


1667 


12247 


2570 


12511 


1749 


12753 


1515 


12249 


2577 


12512 


2193-94 


12755 


2795 


12262 


3522 


12515 


1692 


12757 


1621 


12267 


3524 


12518 


2346 


12759 


3480 


12279 


47 


12520 


2312-13 


12761 


1667 


12282 


3301 


12524 


1497 


12767(1) 


1753-54 


12286 


2303 


12527 


2613 


12767(2) 


1750-52 


12302 


2886 


12534 


1438 


12769 


1774 


12308(5) 


1685 


12570 


Heb-34 


12770 


2176-78 


12309 


1119 


12577 


3574 


12771 


1775-76 


12310 


1584 


12581 


909 


12773 


1778 


12311(2) 


1334A 


12586 


172 


12774 


2434 


12312 


1200 


12591 


3958 


12775 


3128-29 


12313 


1882 


12599 


3958 


12776 


2261 


12315 


1163 


12629 


2702A 


12780 


2971 


12318 


1942 


12632 


3565 


12787 


2176-78 


12320 


2172 


12633 


3572 


12788 


2148 


12322 


1535 


12700 


2375 


12791 


1069 


12323 


371 


12701 


2450 


12793 


3387 


12327 


1706 


12702 


2439 


12796 


73 


12332 


665A 


12713 


1148 


12797 


3143 


12338 


S-369A 


12719? 


3329 


12798 


479 


12339 


1715 


12720 


3329 


12800 


72 


12343 


96 


12721 


1919 


12801 


3939 


12348 


2150 


12722 


758-59 


12808 


3533 


12355 


370 


12724 


2142 


12809 


2839 


12356 


1869 


12725 


2191 


12811 


1981 


12362 


3918 


12726 


3121 


12818 


538 


12363 


3916 


12727 


3329 


12831 


2621 


12364 


3918 


12729 


3393 


12842 


1338 


12374 


(2626b) 


12730 


3409-10 


12847 


1339 


12376 


(2626b) 


12731 


3735 


12851 


190 


12377 


3826-27 


12732 


3424-25 


12860 


1454 


12379 


2063 


12733 


3830-31 


12861 


1044 


12383 


1114, 


12734 


3818 


12871 


2737 




S-1114A 


12735 


1854 


12874 


1298 


12391 


2360 


12736 


2097-98 


12876? 


1303 


12399 


864 


12737 


2587-89 


12877 


1643 


12427 


3964 


12738 


2558 


12880 


1382 


12440 


S-945A 


12739 


2489-90 


12882 


3268 


12466 


644 


12740 


2733-34 


12883 


1298 


12489 


587 


12744 


2581-82 


12889 


S-2989A 



406 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



12890 


3391 


13051 


1720 


13218 


2666-70 


12892 


3294 


13052 


3553 


13219 


3439 


12894 


3481 


13056 


3262-63 


13221 


2871-72 


12897 


2989, 


13062 


2960-61 


13225 


2882 




S-2989A 


13063 


2373-74 


13232 


2883 


12900 


1057 


13067 


1011 


13236 


2879 


12903 


2788 


13068? 


2960-61 


13242 


2594 


12908 


56-58 


13074 


1533 


13246 


1296 


12911 


293-94 


13077 


3119-20 


13248 


2614 


12915 


1017 


13082 


2536-37 


13256 


3274 


12917 


3078 


13085 


3137-38 


13257 


3274A 


12918 


1198-99 


13088 


1291 


13267 


100-01 


12924 


2447 


13089 


1568-70 


13269 


1523 


12928 


1190 


13090 


1297 


13270 


1684 


12929 


1165 


13091 


3350-53 


13271 


2064 


12937 


2210 


13092 


3302-03 


13284 


3575 


12938 


2211 


13094 


3348-49 


13294 


2110 


12939 


2369 


13095 


1761-63 


13302 


2182 


12954 


3416 


13096 


2205 


13311 


1497 


12956 


3112 


13097 


1912 


13319 


1238 


12964 


1413 


13100 


2260 


13325 


3768 


12965 


2815 


13104 


2721-22 


13346 


3389 


12968 


3599 


13105 


1583 


13355 


1516 


12974 


1168 


13112 


3045 


13357 


1686 


12976 


2548 


13113 


3320-21 


13361 


2123 


12984 


656 


13115 


3239 


13364 


233 1-32 


12992 


3233 


13116 


2590 


13365 


2471 


12993 


2611-12 


13119 


3064 


13366 


1050 


13000? 


3284 


13121 


2884-85 


13376 


1041 


13001 


2903 


13124 


69 


13378 


2578 


13009 


1475 


13125 


1299 


13380 


3967 


13012 


2949 


13127 


1588 


13386 


832-33 


13014 


1105 


13129 


2475-76 


13393 


1834-36 


13017 


670 


13130 


2259 


13408 


Heb-9 


13019 


2049 


13137 


1769-70 


13409 


Heb-35 


13030 


S-980A 


13139 


1600 


13410 


Heb-11- 


13034 


3588 


13144 


3399 




12 


13035 


1636-37 


13148 


3407 


13418 


857 


13036 


2803-04 


13152 


3613 


13429 


428 


13038 


1669-70 


13159 


438 


13431 


1497 


13040 


1695 


13172 


1652-54 


13432 


3890 


13045 


1712-13 


13173 


2907-08 


13452 


2671-72 


13047 


683 


13189 


3079 


13454 


S-3105A 


13048 


3325 


13199 


2716 


13470 


498 


13049 


1315 


13208 


3123 


13497(2) 


459 



CONCORDANCES 



407 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



13511 


642 


13774 


1237 


13979 


1403A 


13536 


3490-91 


13777 


1810 


13982 


1390 


13539 


919 


13778 


1819-20 


13988 


492 


13540 


921-23 


13784 


789 


13995 


3905 


13541 


1491 


13787 


626 


14006 


S-3155A 


13543 


1821 


13789 


1725 


14008 


3124 


13544 


2306-08 


13791 


1822 


14009 


3539 


13545 


1814-15 


13798 


2741-42 


14032 


1458 


13546 


1826-28 


13805 


791 


14046 


578 


13547 


629 


13806 


2237-39 


14049 


3991-92 


13574 


2870 


13810 


2200-01 


14050 


3516 


13577 


2849 


13816 


260-61 


14053 


1887-89 


13581 


2860 


13827 


2595-96 


14056 


2600-01 


13603 


987 


13855 


1202 


14057 


1851-52 


13608 


3299 


13865 


1102 


14063 


1350 


13615 


3265 


13866 


570 


14066 


3774 


13625 


2818 


13868 


609 


14067 


3880 


13626 


587 


13874 


S-447A 


14069 


283-84 


13628 


1245 


13884 


661 


14070-71 


464 


13639 


(491b) 


13893 


2337-38 


14080 


601 


13644 


1856-57 


13894 


2247 


14083 


1034 


13647 


1556 


13895 


2069 


14087 


3871 


13648 


3055-56 


13896 


2282 


14102 


1808 


13649 


1794-95 


13897 


2709 


14108 


1613 


13652 


2300-02 


13898 


2810 


14110 


1808 


13654 


2159-62 


13901 


3411 


14111 


1833 


13658 


1794-95 


13904 


3485 


14113 


2283-84 


13661 


S-3329A 


13905 


2247 


14114 


2203 


13669 


67 


13906 


375 


14119? 


3669 


13672 


3740 


13909 


2198 


14120 


3624 


13680 


416 


13912(1) 


1186 


14123 


1052 


13681 


886 


13912(2) 


1185 


14125 


2538-39 


13682 


891 


13913 


3972 


14131 


3219 


13683 


779 


13914 


1095 


14134 


554 


13687 


175 


13932 


1377 


14136 


1870 


13702 


3630 


13933 


337 


14141 


3578 


13710 


467 


13939 


1282 


14145 


2206 


13716 


699-700 


13940 


496-97 


14152 


1037 


13717 


597 


13941 


1266 


14155 


3930 


13718 


608 


13944 


1152 


14160 


171 


13719 


S-866A 


13948 


525 


14177 


712 


13736 


538 


13956-57 


330 


14178 


2135-37 


13750 


(2626c-26d) 


13963 


1625 


14181 


712 


13757 


2119 


13966 


2058 


14183 


2135-37 


13758 


250 


13974 


2050 


14186 


2363 



408 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



14188 


1149 


14393 


3033 


14505 


3237 


14226 


2550 


14394 


2946 


14507 


715-16 


14228 


2399 


14395 


2947 


14508 


726-32 


14229 


2383 


14396 


2948 


14510 


734-35 


14230 


3430 


14397 


(3035e) 


14512 


611-12 


14248 


868 


14399 


2833 


14513 


356 


14249 


S-450A 


14402-03 


\ (3035e) 


14542 


2040 


14263 


3483 


14404 


2881 


14544 


1000 


14264 


3279 


14405 


2887 


14550 


1724 


14269 


3182 


14410 


(3035e) 


14555 


3258 


14270 


830 


14413 


657 


14559 


2678-80 


14273 


831 


14415 


2951 


14561 


3038-39 


14275-76 2850 


14425 


658 


14562 


2179 


14334 


2979 


14428-29? 3035 


14563 


2214-15 


14335 


3004 


14431 


2956-57 


14564 


1571 


14337 


3622 


14433 


2984 


14565 


3537 


14339 


2935 


14435 


2922 


14568 


3229-30 


14341 


3032 


14436 


3011 


14569 


3546-48 


14342 


2936 


14439 


3011 


14570 


3543-45 


14345 


2937-38 


14442 


3008 


14590 


3271 


14347 


2955 


14444 


(3035e) 


14591 


3311 


14348 


(3035e) 


14445 


2915 


14593 


2371 


14354? 


2888-89 


14446 


3007 


14594 


2376-77 


14355 


2959 


14449 


2924 


14600 


3597 


14357 


3012 


14450 


2944 


14601 


1358 


14358 


3014 


14451 


2930-31 


14606 


2604 


14361 


2593 


14453 


2834 


14608 


1059 


14362 


2888-89 


14458? 


2926 


14618 


(658a) 


14364 


2954 


14461 


3003 


14652 


3969 


14368 


2919 


14465 


2921 


14662 


2765 


14369 


2977 


14468 


2933 


14666 


2441 


14370 


3015 


14471 


3024-25 


14668 


2424 


14371 


2928 


14475 


3582-83 


14670 


2574 


14373 


2916 


14476 


2949 


14678 


1433 


14374 


2917 


14477 


2950 


14679 


2702A 


14375 


(3035e) 


14481 


2065 


14680 


1021 


14378 


2940-42 


14484 


2335 


14686 


454 


14381 


2952 


14487 


3220 


14687 


1073 


14382 


2986 


14488 


2386 


14688 


967 


14384 


3030 


14489 


2351 


14691 


3050 


14386 


(3035e) 


14490 


3217 


14692 


1755 


14387 


2912 


14491 


2388 


14693 


1756 


14389 


3029 


14492 


2387 


14695 


2341 


14390 


2927 


14493 


2767 


14698 


1449 


14392 


2945 


14495 


2387 


14701 


2344 



CONCORDANCES 



409 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



14703 


70 


14993 


4004-05 


15179 


1085 


14704 


1306 


14994 


4006 


15184-85 858 


14706 


1598 


14996 


3413-14 


15191 


3789 


14707 


2832 


14998 


3172 


15192 


82 


14708 


3085 


15007 


3222-24 


15193 


3497 


14718 


1463 


15009(1) 


3106-09 


15194 


3267 


14720 


187-88 


15009(2)-10 3094 


15195 


3174A 


14725 


388-89 


15011 


3162 


15198 


1717-19 


14730 


647 


15016 


3365-67 


15202 


2343 


14733 


1293 


15020 


1662 


15218 


1547 


14734 


1335-36 


15021 


2438, S-2438 


15219 


3067-68 


14740 


2292-94 


15026 


415 


15222 


2456-57 


14741 


2551 


15029 


1063 


15229 


1275 


14748 


2806A 


15036 


958-60 


15236 


117 


14749 


2195 


15040 


966 


15238 


3660 


14753-54 3063 


15041 


195 


15240 


91 


14757 


2747-49 


15043 


1002 


15244 


1151 


14825(2) 


3878 


15057 


916 


15247 


1080 


14826 


160 


15072 


455 


15249? 


(3838a) 


14829-30 


» 962-63 


15079 


3892 


15252 


3835 


14842 


(3167a) 


15087 


1534 


15253 


2078 


14862 


3577 


15089 


3319 


15334 


1089 


14864 


3559 


15090 


2222 


15337 


1088 


14865 


3560 


15092 


3855-57 


15339 


3834 


14870 


3189 


15095 


1861 


15341 


3808-09 


14873 


3084 


15098 


2309 


15342(1) 


3834 


14874 


1351-52 


15105 


13 73 A 


15342(2) 


3833 


14875 


3084 


15106 


1406A 


15345 


3833 


14877 


1572 


15111-12 


1040 


15346 


S-1018A 


14878 


3346-47 


15117 


1561 


15353 


1421 


14880 


2415 


15119 


1855 


15360 


1422 


14881 


2204 


15120 


3060 


15370 


956 


14885 


2229 


15122 


1933 


15388 


3680 


14886 


3252 


15123 


3122 


15389 


200 


14899 


988 


15124 


2597-98 


15393 


3328 


14915 


3881 


15126 


3226-27 


15402 


2152 


14917 


234 


15128 


2521-22 


15408 


3308 


14955 


1427 


15130 


2268 


15424 


3790 


14960 


3514 


15131 


1353 


15427 


2514 


14975 


2364 


15132 


2798 


15430 


2443 


14976 


1787 


15134 


3101 


15431 


174 


14978 


2364 


15135 


3163-65 


15432 


186 


14979 


2256-58 


15136 


2814 


15437 


1391 


14980 


2496-97 


15172 


970 


15443 


2106-07 


14992 


4020 


15177 


1079 


15445 


809 



410 



CONCORDANCES 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



15448 


2407 


15677 


(491a) 


15894 


3102 


15460 


1434 


15681 


794 


15895 


3462 


15461 


1384 


15684 


2344A 


15898 


3536 


15464 


2267 


15686 


1127 


15903 


3571 


15465 


2250 


15689 


1158 


15906 


3484 


15471 


444 


15693 


532 


15907 


(3035c) 


15477 


2635-37 


15699 


15 


15909 


401 


15479 


2625-26 


15701 


20 


15910 


3864 


15491 


3314-15 


15704 


3962 


15913 


1444 


15493 


2638-40 


15711 


776 


15915 


1464-65 


15494 


448 


15718 


3420 


15942 


1254 


15503 


1840 


15730 


1450 


15975 


594 


15507 


1841 


15743 


(833a) 


15977 


759 


15510 


3675 


15750 


2754 


15979 


736 


15511 


3322-24 


15757 


3564 


16006 


3806 


15512 


1265 


15774 


7-8 


16008 


2397-98 


15551 


3785-87 


15775 


1524 


16009 


2390 


15559 


1504 


15776 


1678 


16011 


2402 


15563 


1305 


15780 


3044 


16019 


802-03 


15564 


1562-63 


15786 


1960 


16021 


598 


15566 


3503 


15787 


2145 


16039 


745 


15568 


1562-63 


15790 


2087 


16040 


1054 


15569 


2048 


15791 


2202 


16045 


427 


15571 


2045 


15813 


208 1A 


16047 


434 


15592 


107 


15817 


2183 


16048 


441 


15599 


426 


15823 


2484 


16091 


598 


15600 


1207 


15830 


125 


16093 


3504 


15613 


1182-84 


15832 


2953 


16098 


2659-61 


15615 


45 


15835 


1415 


16117 


1603-04 


15617 


42-43 


15836 


3698 


16119 


894 


15618 


48 


15837 


3699-3700 


16120 


838-39 


15623 


648 


15838 


516 


16126 


145 


15637 


46 


15847 


3369-70 


16139 


3798 


15643 


655 


15848 


3376-77 


16144 


1003 


15645 


2366-67 


15849 


3378 


16148 


(1061c) 


15649 


555 


15858(1) 


1675 


16154 


946 


15650 


1372 


15858(2) 


1674 


16160 


178 


15655 


13 65 A 


15863 


2209 


16172 


1253 


15659 


1622 


15866 


3472 


16175 


874 


15660 


1269 


15877 


1964 


16177 


872 


15661 


1268 


15880 


3421 


16183 


870 


15664 


795 


15890 


3288 


16186 


150 


15671 


2793 


15891 


1342 


16190 


291 


15673 


1481 


15892 


S-1342A 


16191 


451 


15674 


383 


15893 


1365 


16207 


(1033a) 



CONCORDANCES 



411 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



H 



HUL 



16209 


(1061b) 


16252 1862 


16284 


1453 


16215 


3646 


16263-64 1439 


16285 


3190-91 


16217 


1012-13 


16267 3988 


16286 


2384-85 


16220 


3388 


16271 3723 


16288 


2794 


16227 


3088 


16276 2118 


16291 


1178 


16235 


3956 


16278(2) 1177 


16292- 


93 3659 



2. Proctor/HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



56 


3-5 


163 


41 


233 


81 


79 


6 


179 


45 


237 


74-76 


95 


7-8 


184 


46 


239 


67 


99 


9-10 


187 


47 


242 


69 


101 


11 


188 


48 


244 


70 


103 


12-13 


192 


44 


245 


71 


106 


14 


199 


49 


248 


68 


110 


16 


201-02 


50 


250 


80 


111 


17 


203 


52-53 


251 


82 


112 


18 


207 


54 


255 


77-79 


114 


19 


209 


55 


258 


83 


115 


20 


211 


61 


260 


86 


117 


21-22 


213 


62 


261 


87 


123 


23-24 


216 


65 


264A 


89 


130 


25 


217 


66 


265 


96 


132 


26 


223A 


64 


266 


S-96A 


146 


28 


224 


51 


267 


103 


147 


29 


225 


56-58 


270 


88 


148 


30 


227 


63 


271 


92 


156 


31-32 


228 


59 


272 


84 


158 


(866a) 


229 


60 


273 


85 


159 


33 


231 


72 


278 


90 


160 


34-40 


232 


73 


284 


102 



CONCORDANCES 



413 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



285 


94-95 


435 


1048 


582 


S-209A-B 


288 


97 


438 


160 


583 


216 


289 


98 


442 


161 


585 


217 


290 


93 


448 


162 


589 


220 


293 


100-01 


450 


163 


590 


219 


295 


99 


452 


167 


591 


221 


299 


139-41 


460 


168 


592 


222-23 


302 


112 


461 


171 


593 


224 


305 


106 


466 


172 


595 


225-26 


307 


108-09 


469-72 


173 


596 


227 


309 


113 


473 


174 


597 


228 


310 


104-05 


474 


175 


602 


229 


311 


107 


476A 


176 


604 


231-32 


317 


110, S-110A 


477 


177 


606 


233 


322 


S-110B 


478 


178 


607 


230 


336 


114-16 


480 


180 


609 


234 


338 


117 


481 


181 


615 


235 


339 


118 


482 


262, S-262A 


616 


236 


341 


119 


483 


179 


619 


237 


349 


120 


484 


S-1080A 


620 


238 


350 


121 


485 


182-83 


622 


241 


352 


122-23 


487 


184 


624 


251 


355 


125 


488 


186 


626 


252 


356 


127 


490 


187-88 


628 


254-55 


361 


128 


493 


189 


630 


259 


364 


126 


495 


191 


631 


265-66 


373 


137-38 


499 


166 


632 


218 


374 


132 


515 


S-228A 


636 


256 


376 


134 


519 


193 


637 


257 


376A 


135 


526 


855-56 


639 


258 


378 


131 


529 


195 


644 


267 


383 


136 


534-36 


164-65 


650 


239 


392 


143-44 


542 


292 


655 


240 


394 


145 


543 


196 


656 


242 


398 


148 


545 


197-98 


660 


243 


403 


149 


549A 


208 


661 


244-45 


405 


147, S-147A 


552 


215 


662 


246 


407 


146 


560 


S-195A 


665 


247-49 


408 


210 


563 


201-02 


666 


250 


410 


150 


567 


200 


667 


S-255A 


413 


154-56 


568 


209 


669 


260-61 


419 


157 


572 


S-207A-B 


673 


270 


426 


159 


575 


203 


683 


271 


430 


158 


576 


206-07 


689 


274 


433 


424 


581 


214, S-214A 


690 


275 



414 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



691 


276-77 


880 


340 


1099 


401 


696 


279 


889 


342 


1107 


402 


697 


280 


890 


343 


1129 


406-07 


703 


283-84 


897 


341 


1136 


408 


706 


285 


899 


334 


1143 


412 


709 


286 


900* 


330 


1145 


410 


710 


287 


914 


345 


1146 


411 


713 


288 


931 


347 


1177 


396 


715 


289 


935 


351 


1186 


395 


716 


290 


940-41 


356 


1196 


397 


718 


291 


951 


350 


1205 


415 


720 


971 


952 


346 


1208 


418 


724 


297 


958 


348 


1209 


419 


727-28 


272-73 


958A 


353 


1213 


420 


732 


295 


959 


352 


1216A 


417 


734 


296 


960 


349 


1226 


416 


736 


298 


965 


354 


1234 


413-14 


738 


299 


972 


357 


1236 


421 


740 


300 


979 


360 


1240 


422 


741 


194 


980 


358 


1242 


423 


743 


302 


981 


359 


1275 


425 


745 


303 


982 


361-62 


1289A 


429 


747 


304 


993 


364 


1292 


432 


763 


310 


994 


365 


1295 


434 


772 


293-94 


998 


366 


1302 


438 


778 


268 


1002 


391 


1318 


442 


828 


325 


1003 


392 


1324 


445 


838 


328 


1010 


393 


1331 


S-447A 


844 


316 


1024 


367 


1332 


448 


845 


317 


1027 


368 


1333 


452 


848 


329 


1028 


369 


1336 


453 


852 


337 


1031A-B 


371 


1339 


456 


853 


336 


1032A 


370 


1342 


457 


854 


324 


1052 


373 


1346 


461 


856 


331 


1054 


374 


1351 


462 


857 


332-33 


1057 


375 


1355 


463 


858 


318 


1064 


377 


1356 


464 


859 


335 


1067 


378 


1357 


465 


860 


319 


1068 


381 


1360 


466 


861 


320 


1073 


430 


1366 


467 


862 


322-23 


1078 


382 


1368 


469 


863 


321 


1080 


384 


1383 


431 


868 


326-27 


1086 


390 


1399 


444 


871 


339 


1088 


383 


1411 


439 


877 


338 


1098 


400 


1418 


446 



CONCORDANCES 



415 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



1424 


447 


1589 


527 


1709 


581 


1430 


455 


1590 


528 


1715 


583 


1441 


862 


1591 


529-30 


1722 


614 


1442 


450 


1592 


532 


1723 


568 


1446 


458 


1593 


531 


1724 


584 


1447 


212-13 


1594 


533 


1725 


582 


1448 


(216b) 


1595 


534 


1726 


587 


1452 


(216a) 


1597 


535 


1734 


585 


1453A 


427 


1599 


536 


1735 


586 


1456B 


427 


1601 


537 


1738 


588 


1459 


470 


1602 


538 


1746 


590 


1462 


471 


1605 


539 


1747-50 


591 


1464 


472-73 


1607 


541 


1753 


593 


1471 


S-473A 


1610 


543 


1755 


594 


1481 


476 


1611 


540 


1758 


595 


1493 


481-82 


1612 


542 


1772 


597 


1498 


490 


1613 


544 


1777 


598 


1499 


489 


1617 


545 


1783 


600 


1500 


(491c) 


1622 


546 


1784 


601 


1504 


487-88 


1626 


548 


1792 


603 


1505 


491 


1627 


549 


1794 


605 


1517 


492 


1631 A 


539 


1797 


608 


1522 


494 


1633 


550-51 


1801 


609 


1525 


496-97 


1636 


554 


1804 


610 


1531 


499 


1639 


553 


1807A 


611-12 


1532 


500 


1640 


552 


1816 


613 


1533 


501-02 


1641 


556 


1820 


648 


1535 


515 


1643 


557 


1821 


649-50 


1552 


526 


1644 


558-59 


1826 


651 


1555 


523 


1648 


561 


1827 


653 


1556 


520 


1650 


563-65 


1829 


652 


1563 


503 


1652 


560 


1831 


654 


1564 


504 


1654 


562 


1836 


656 


1565(1) 


505 


1655 


560 


1838 


658 


1565(2) 


506 


1659 


566 


1842 


655 


1566 


507-08 


1677 


569 


1844 


(658b) 


1567 


509-10 


1695 


572 


1851 


657 


1568 


511-12 


1696 


573-74 


1873 


616-17 


1569 


513 


1697 


571 


1877 


618-19 


1570 


514 


1698 


575 


1878 


620 


1574 


498 


1699 


576 


1879 


621-22 


1579 


592 


1700 


577 


1880 


623-24 


1582 


522 


1704 


578 


1882 


625 


1584 


525 


1705 


579 


1884 


627-28 


1585 


521 


1708 


580 


1886 


629 



416 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



1890 


630 


2033 


695 


2120 


759 


1891 


631-32 


2034 


696 


2121A 


760 


1892 


633-35 


2036 


697 


2121B 


761 


1897 


636 


2039 


699-700 


2123 


762 


1905 


640 


2040 


701 


2124 


763 


1906 


641 


2046 


704 


2125A 


717 


1914 


642 


2049 


S-704A 


2127 


765 


1916 


643 


2050 


705 


2129 


766 


1920 


644 


2051 


706 


2132 


768 


1924 


645 


2055 


707-08 


2138 


771 


1929 


646 


2056 


151-53 


2139 


772 


1932 


647 


2057 


703 


2140 


773 


1942 


661 


2060 


709 


2144 


776 


1948 


663 


2061 


710-11 


2145 


777 


1956 


662 


2063 


712 


2148 


778 


1957 


660 


2065 


713 


2151 


779 


1965 


667 


2068 


714 


2152 


780 


1967 


670 


2070 


715-16 


2163 


769 


1971 


671-72 


2071 


718 


2184 


787 


1973 


669 


2073 


719 


2185 


784 


1974 


668 


2078 


720 


2194 


664 


1977 


673 


2080 


721 


2200 


665 


1979 


674 


2081 


722-23 


2209 


788 


1984 


675 


2082 


S-724A 


2213 


790 


1985 


676 


2083 


725 


2214 


791 


1986 


677-78 


2084 


726-32 


2216 


789 


1987 


679 


2085 


733 


2222 


792 


2000 


680 


2086 


734-35 


2227 


800 


2002 


681-82 


2087 


736 


2229 


794 


2005 


683 


2089 


737 


2233 


795 


2006 


684 


2090 


738-40 


2244 


802-03 


2009 


685 


2091 


741 


2248 


804 


2010 


686 


2093 


742-43 


2251 


807-08 


2016 


686 


2094 


744 


2255A 


809 


2017 


687 


2096 


S-744A 


2257 


801 


2018 


S-687A 


2098 


745 


2258 


806 


2019 


686 


2099 


746 


2261 


811 


2020 


688 


2104 


747 


2263 


812-13 


2023 


689 


2105 


748 


2264 


1033 


2024 


686 


2107 


S-748A 


2274 


814 


2025 


690 


2108 


S-748B 


2275 


815 


2026 


691 


2111 


751 


2279 


817-18 


2028 


692 


2113 


752-54 


2285 


S-819A 


2029 


693 


2116 


755 


2287 


820-21 


2030 


694 


2119 


757-58 


2289 


823 



CONCORDANCES 



417 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



2291 


826 


2477 


937 


2645 


953 


2298 


830 


2478 


934-35 


2653 


954 


2299 


831 


2481 


940 


2659 


955 


2300 


824-25 


2483 


992 


2664 


944 


2319 


835 


2484 


994 


2668 


956 


2322 


834 


2487 


993 


2671 


957 


2329 


836 


2494 


879-80 


2675 


958-60 


2331 


837 


2496 


882 


2683 


962-63 


2333 


838-39 


2497 


885 


2696 


965 


2336 


841 


2501 


881 


2700 


966 


2337 


842 


2502 


883 


2708 


969 


2339 


843 


2503 


884 


2712 


970 


2340 


844 


2505 


889-90 


2716 


972 


2341 


845 


2508 


886 


2736 


967 


2342 


840 


2509 


887 


2750 


1071 


2343 


S-837A 


2510 


888 


2756 


976 


2350 


846-47 


2512 


891 


2768 


1124 


2352 


848 


2513 


892 


2769 


1125-26 


2353 


851 


2518 


894 


2770 


1127 


2357 


849-50 


2523 


904, S-904 


2774 


978 


2358 


853 


2524 


905-06 


2780 


979-80 


2361-62 


852 


2528 


900-01 


2781 


983 


2363 


854 


2529 


902 


2789 


981-82 


2372 


857 


2531 


897 


2794 


985 


2379(1) 


858 


2532 


907 


2802 


990 


2383 


861 


2536 


898-99 


2804 


988 


2389 


863 


2540 


903 


2806 


991 


2390 


864 


2542 


909 


2807 


986 


2391 


865 


2546 


910 


2808 


987 


2395 


866 


2548 


911 


2810 


S-980A 


2399 


S-866A 


2549-50 


606 


2820A 


S-991A 


2407 


868 


2553 


912 


2826 


995 


2428 


870 


2556 


919 


2829 


997 


2439 


874 


2558 


915 


2838 


1002 


2440 


875-76 


2579 


918 


2840 


1003 


2448 


873 


2580 


921-23 


2852 


1004 


2451 


871 


2583 


925-26 


2853 


1005 


2457 


928 


2584 


924 


2870 


1017 


2462 


930 


2586 


927 


2874 


S-1018A 


2463 


933 


2599 


878 


2876 


1019 


2464 


938 


2610 


942 


2884 


1007 


2469 


936 


2612 


943 


2894 


1010 


2470 


929 


2625 


948 


2904 


1012-13 


2472 


932 


2636 


950 


2913 


1008 


2472 


931 


2638 


951 


2914 


1011 



418 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



2918 


1016 


3218 


1088 


3403 


1328 


2924 


1018 


3231 


1099 


3413 


1329 


2928 


1036 


3233 


1096-97 


3414 


1330-31 


2965 


1029 


3234 


1098 


3415 


1332 


2992 


1031 


3236 


1100 


3417-18 


1333 


2999 


1037 


3240 


877 


3419 


1334 


3014 


1040 


3243 


1101 


3431 


1335-36 


3022 


1043 


3248 


S-1269A 


3435 


1338 


3036A 


1044 


3264 


1103 


3440 


1339 


3040 


1046 


3281 


(S-833b) 


3460 


1345 


3049 


(1047a) 


3286 


832-33 


3461 


3088 


3050 


1049 


3292 


1282 


3467 


1343 


3065 


1052 


3297 


1283-84 


3471 


3262 


3066 


1055 


3298 


1285 


3481 


1350 


3082 


1060 


3300 


1286-87 


3485 


1354 


3095 


1061 


3306 


1291 


3486 


1355 


3096 


(1061b) 


3311 


1288 


3490 


1351-52 


3100 


(1061c) 


3313 


1289-90 


3495 


1356 


3102 


974 


3314 


1292 


3511 


1348 


3117 


1062 


3317 


1293 


3514 


1347 


3123 


961 


3320 


1294 


3515 


1353 


3126 


1064 


3321-25 


1295 


3521 


1357 


3130 


1067-68 


3335 


1297 


3525 


1358 


3137 


1065 


3336 


1296 


3526 


1359 


3138A 


1066 


3340 


1298 


3535 


1360 


3139 


S-1068A 


3345 


1300-02 


3536 


1361 


3145 


1069 


3346 


1304 


3538 


1362 


3147 


1070 


3347 


1303 


3539 


1363 


3152 


(1070a) 


3348 


1299 


3540 


1364 


3170 


1073 


3353 


1305 


3541 


1365 


3172 


1074 


3354 


1307 


3547 


1366 


3180 


1075 


3356 


1308 


3550 


1369 


3181 


1076 


3359 


1310 


3552 


1365A 


3183 


1077 


3360 


1311-12 


3570 


1373A 


3187 


1078 


3361 


1309 


3574 


S-1373B 


3189 


1079 


3363 


1313 


3584 


1375 


3190 


1080 


3365 


1393 


3585 


1376 


3196 


1081 


3374 


1317 


3607 


1378 


3200 


1082 


3376 


1314 


3609 


1481 


3203 


1084 


3380 


1315 


3611 


1379 


3204A 


1085 


3393 


1322 


3615 


1381 


3209 


1086 


3396 


1323 


3618 


1380 


3212 


308-09 


3397 


1324-25 


3630 


1384 


3216 


1095 


3399 


1321, S-1321 


3631 


1392 


3217 


1089 


3402 


1327 


3639 


1411 



CONCORDANCES 



419 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



3645 


1395 


3851 


1459 


4040 


1532 


3648 


1401 


3868 


1462 


4042 


1534 


3656 


1404 


3871 


1463 


4044 


1526 


3658 


1396 


3878 


1464-65 


4045 


1528-31 


3660 


1397 


3879 


1467-69 


4046 


1533 


3661 


1398 


3884 


1471A 


4048 


1538-40 


3664 


1399-1400 


3888 


1473 


4050 


1541 


3681 


1407 


3889 


1475 


4054 


1525 


3685 


1416 


3892 


1476 


4055 


1536 


3693 


1420 


3897 


1455 


4057 


1537 


3695 


1424 


3907 


1472 


4058 


1544 


3697 


1426 


3910 


1466 


4061 


1547 


3701 


1427 


3911A 


1474 


4062 


1521 


3718 


1430 


3918 


2544 


4064 


1548 


3730 


1385 


3919 


1433 


4065(1) 


1549 


3731 


1410 


3923 


1479 


4065(2) 


1550 


3732 


1406 


3942 


1436 


4066 


1551-53 


3738 


1387 


3944 


1487-88 


4067 


1554 


3752 


1428 


3945 


1437 


4068 


1555 


3757 


1406A 


3946 


1441 


4070 


1561 


3758 


1421 


3949 


3279 


4073 


1556 


3760 


1422 


3950 


1449 


4074 


1558 


3761 


1391 


3951 


1442 


4075 


1557 


3762 


1414 


3954 


1482 


4076 


1559 


3767 


1423 


3959 


1483 


4080 


1560 


3769 


1403 


3961 


1484 


4081 


1562-63 


3773 


1386 


3962 


1485-86 


4082 


1573 


3774 


1419 


3966 


1491 


4084 


1564-65 


3775A 


1388 


3974 


1492-93 


4085 


1566-67 


3783 


1382 


3976 


1496 


4086 


1571 


3784 


1413 


3977 


1497 


4087 


1568-70 


3793 


1415 


3978 


1498 


4089 


1572 


3802 


1435 


3979 


1499 


4091 


1574 


3804 


1434 


3981 


1503 


4095 


1575-77 


3810 


1438 


4000 


1504 


4096 


1578-79 


3820 


1440 


4012 


479 


4098 


1582 


3824 


1444 


4014 


(491b) 


4099 


1583 


3826 


1443 


4019 


1509-12 


4100 


1581 


3827 


1446 


4023 


1513-14 


4101 


1587 


3828 


1445 


4024 


1515 


4102 


1585 


3838 


1451 


4025 


1516 


4104-11 


1584 


3839 


1452 


4028 


1517 


4112 


1586 


3840 


1453 


4030 


1522 


4113 


1588 


3842 


1454 


4035 


1524 


4118 


1580 


3848 


1458 


4036 


1518-20 


4121 


1593-94 



420 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



4122 


1595-96 


4253 


1658 


4337 


1714 


4128 


2755 


4256 


1659 


4341 


1715 


4129 


1591 


4259(1) 


1660 


4345 


1716 


4130 


1597 


4261 


1662 


4347 


1717-19 


4135 


1598 


4262 


1660A 


4355 


1720 


4150 


1601 


4263 


1661 


4356 


1721 


4155 


1602 


4264A 


1746 


4358 


1722 


4157 


1603-04 


4270 


1663 


4364 


1724 


4161 


1605 


4274 


1664 


4366 


1725 


4164 


1606 


4278 


1665 


4367-68 


1726-29 


4165 


1607 


4285 


1679 


4369 


1730 


4166 


1608 


4288 


1669-70 


4370 


1731-32 


4168 


1609 


4290 


1678 


4371 


1733 


4170 


1610 


4291 


1668 


4374 


1734 


4173 


1611-12 


4293 


1677 


4378 


1799 


4174 


1614-15 


4294 


1671-72 


4379 


1800 


4175 


1613 


4295 


1674 


4381 


1801-02 


4176 


1616-17 


42 95 A 


1675 


4381A 


1803 


4179 


1618 


4297 


1681 


4382 


1804 


4184 


1619 


4298 


1682-83 


4383 


1805-07 


4187 


1621 


4299 


1684 


4384 


1808 


4190 


1622 


4303 


3040 


4385 


1809, 


4193 


1623-24 


4305 


1689 




S-1809 


4207 


1625 


4305A 


1690 


4386 


1810 


4208 


1627 


4306 


1686 


4387 


1811-13 


4213 


1629 


4308 


1687 


4388 


1814-15 


4213A 


1630 


4310 


1692 


4389 


1816 


4214 


1632 


4312 


1688 


4390 


1817-18 


4216 


1633 


4312A 


1695 


4394 


1821 


4220 


1634-35 


4313 


1701 


4395 


1822 


4221 


163 5 A 


4314 


1703 


4396 


1823-24 


4222 


1636-37 


4315 


1693-94 


4398 


1825 


4224 


1638 


4316 


1696 


4399 


1826-28 


4227 


1639 


4317 


1697 


4400 


1831-32 


4230 


1640 


4319 


1698 


4401 


1834-36 


4233 


1641 


4320 


1699 


4402 


1833 


4235(1) 


1644 


4321 


1700 


4403 


1829 


4236 


1645-46 


4322 


1702 


4404 


1830 


4237 


1647 


4327 


1709 


4407 


1837-38 


4238 


1648 


4328 


1710 


4408 


1735 


4239 


1649 


4329 


1704 


4409 


1736 


4242 


1650-51 


4330 


1705 


4413 


1737 


4243 


1652-54 


4332 


1707-08 


4414 


1738-39 


4247 


1656 


4335 


1711 


4420 


1741 


4248 


1657 


4336 


1712-13 


4421 


1742 



CONCORDANCES 



421 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



4422 


1743 


4530 


1985 


4605 


1915 


4423 


1744 


4531 


1986-87 


4607 


1913 


4425 


1745 


4533 


1989-90 


4608 


1914 


4426 


1747-48 


4534 


2002-05 


4611 


1916 


4427 


1749 


4535 


2006-08 


4613 


1918 


4429 


1750-52 


4536 


1991-93 


4616 


1919 


4430 


1753-54 


4537 


1994-95 


4623 


1921-22 


4433 


1755 


4539 


1996-98 


4631 


1924-25 


4434 


1756 


4540 


1999-2001 


4635 


1927 


4440 


1757 


4541 


2009-11 


4636 


1928 


4444 


1758-59 


4542 


2012-15 


4639 


1933 


4445 


1761-63 


4543 


2016-18 


4641 


1931 


4450 


1764 


4544 


2019-21 


4645 


1934 


4454 


1769-70 


4547 


2022 


4648 


1938 


4456 


1771 


4550 


2023 


4650 


1936 


4456A 


2757 


4550A 


2024 


4654 


1940 


4457 


1772 


4551 


2026-27 


4655 


1941 


4476 


1773 


4552 


2025 


4657 


1943 


4478(2) 


1774 


4555 


2034-35 


4659 


1944 


4481 


1775-76 


4556 


2028-30 


4661 


1946 


4482 


1777 


4557 


2031 


4662 


1947 


4483 


1778 


4558 


2032-33 


4663 


1951 


4485 


1779 


4559 


2034-35 


4665 


1949 


4488 


1781 


4560 


2037 


4666 


1952 


4490 


1793 


4561 


2041-42 


4671 


1953 


4494 


1794-95 


4562 


2038-38A 


4672 


1954 


4496 


1796 


4563 


2039 


4673 


1955 


4497 


1797 


4566 


1782 


4676 


1862 


4498 


1798 


4571 


1783 


4677 


1863 


4499 


1960 


4573 


1788 


4678 


1864 


4500 


1961 


4575 


1784 


4680 


1865 


4501 


1962 


4576 


1785-86 


4682 


1866 


4507 


1963 


4578 


1787 


4683 


1867(1) 


4508 


1964 


4580 


1789 


4684 


1867(2) 


4510 


1967 


4581 


1790-92, S-1792A 


4686 


1868 


4513 


1972-73 


4583 


1843 


4690 


2070 


4514 


1969 


4584 


1844 


4691 


1871 


4515 


2206 


4587 


1845-46 


4694 


1872-74 


4516 


1971 


4592 


1851-52 


4695(1) 


1882 


4517 


1974-75 


4593 


1847-49 


4696 


1875 


4518 


1976-78 


4594 


1850 


4697 


1876-77 


4520 


1980 


4596 


1854A 


4698 


1878-79 


4526 


1981 


4602 


1858 


4699 


1884 


4527 


1982-83 


4603 


1859 


4700 


1883 


4528 


1984 


4604 


1860 


4701 


1880-81 



422 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



4707 


1885 


4828 


2072 


4930 


2139 


4708 


1886 


4845 


2142 


4932 


2140 


4713 


1887-89 


4847 


2144 


4935 


2141 


4716 


1891 


4851 


2146 


4938 


2171 


4718 


1890 


4852 


2147 


4944-45 


2173-74 


4724 


1892 


4853 


2143 


4947 


2175 


4727 


1895 


4854 


2149 


4948-49 


2176-78 


4729 


1894 


4855 


2150 


4951 


2179 


4740 


1897-98 


4859 


2163 


4954 


2180-81 


4745 


1900 


4861 


2152 


4957 


2182 


4746 


1901 


4862 


2153 


4959 


2185 


4747 


1902 


4863 


2156-57 


4960 


2183 


4748 


1896A 


4864 


2158 


4962 


2188-89 


4754 


1903 


4865 


2159-62 


4963 


2186 


4755 


1904-05 


4866 


2082 


4964 


2187 


4760 


1908 


4866A 


2083 


4981 


2168 


4762 


1906 


4866B 


2084 


4982 


2169 


4763 


1907 


4868 


2085 


4983 


2170 


4765 


1908 


4870 


2088 


4985 


2190 


4766 


1911 


4871 


2087 


4986 


2191 


4768 


1912 


4873 


2090 


4990 


2419 


4768A 


1958 


4874 


2091 


4991 


2420 


4780 


2045 


4877 


2094-95 


4992 


2096 


4787 


2048 


4878 


2097-98 


4993 


2427-28 


4788 


2049 


4879 


2102 


4994 


2424 


4789 


2050 


4880 


2100-01 


4996 


2425-26 


4793 


2051-52 


4881 


2099 


4998 


2429 


4795 


2053 


4885 


2103 


4999 


2430 


4796 


2054-55 


4886 


2105 


5001 


2431-32 


4797 


2056 


4887 


2604 


5002 


2433 


4798 


2057 


4893 


2109 


5015 


2269 


4804 


1959 


4898 


2111 


5016 


2270 


4805A 


2068 


4899 


2106-07 


5018 


2277-80 


4806 


1956 


4903 


2120 


5018A 


2273 


4812 


2164 


4912 


2121 


5019 


2274 


4813 


2059 


4914 


2123 


5020 


2275-76 


4815 


2064 


4917 


2127 


5021 


2281 


4816 


2061-62 


4918 


2125 


5022 


2282 


4817 


2063 


4919 


2126 


5023 


2283-84 


4819 


2065 


4921 


2128 


5024 


2285-86 


4820 


2066 


4922 


2129-30 


5028 


2287-88 


4821 


2067 


4923 


2131 


5029 


2289-91 


4824 


2069 


4926 


2134 


5034 


2292-94 


4826 


2071 


4927 


2135-37 


5040 


2295-96 


4827 


2073-74 


4928 


2759 


5041 


2297 



CONCORDANCES 



423 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



5044 


2298 


5124 


2212 


5233 


2381 


5045 


2300-02 


5126 


2213 


5235 


2384-85 


5047 


2303 


5127 


2214-15 


5238 


2386 


5049 


2304-05 


5131 


2217 


5240 


2388 


5050 


2306-08 


5133 


2218-19 


5241 


2387 


5052 


2317 


5134 


2220, S-2220A 


5243 


2390 


5054 


2311 


5135 


2222 


5245 


2389 


5056 


2314-15 


5138 


2224 


5246 


2391-93 


5057 


2316 


5139 


2221 


5247 


2395-96 


5062 


2319-20 


5142 


2226 


5250 


2397-98 


5065 


2321 


5144 


2227 


5252 


2400-01 


5067 


2330 


5146 


2229 


5253 


2403 


5068 


2331-32 


5151 


2229A 


5255 


2399 


5069 


2323-24 


5154 


2251 


5258 


2404-06 


5070 


2325 


5157 


2205 


5259 


2394 


5072 


2327 


5160 


2355 


5260 


2407 


5073 


2329 


5163 


2356 


5262 


2410-11 


5074 


2322 


5168 


2358 


5263 


2412-13 


5077 


2342 


5169 


2361 


5265 


2414 


5079 


2333 


5170 


2359 


5266 


2415 


5080 


2335 


5171(1) 


2357 


5270 


2416 


5081 


233 6-3 6A 


5175 


2360 


5271 


2417 


5082 


2337-38 


5177 


2362 


5274 


243 5 A 


5083 


2339-40 


5178 


2363 


5277 


2436-37 


5084 


2341 


5180 


2368 


5280 


2438, 


5085 


2343 


5184 


2368A-68C 




S-2438 


5086 


2344 


5185 


2230 


5281 


2439 


5087 


2346 


5188 


2231-32 


5282 


2440 


5089 


2347-48 


5190 


2234 


5283 


2441 


5090 


2349 


5197 


2237-39 


5286 


2445 


5093 


2350 


5199 


2241-42 


5288 


2446 


5094 


2351 


5202 


2243 


5295 


2447 


5100 


2354 


5203 


2246 


5300 


2449 


5101 


2353 


5209 


2369 


5302 


2450 


5108 


2193-94 


5210 


2370 


5304 


2451-52 


5109 


2195 


5213 


2371 


5308 


2453-54 


5110 


2196-97 


5215 


2372 


5311 


2455 


5111 


2200-01 


5216 


2373-74 


5315 


2456-57 


5113 


2203 


5220 


2375 


5316 


2458-60 


5114 


2202 


5221 


2376-77 


5317 


2461-63 


5116 


2204 


5224 


2378 


5319 


2464 


5118 


2207-08 


5226 


2389 


5321 


2468-69 


5120 


2216 


5228 


2379 


5322 


2470 


5121 


2210 


5229 


2380 


5323 


2471 


5123 


2211 


5231 


3388 


5326 


2472-73 



424 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



5330 


2254-55 


5422 


2549 


5514 


2599 


5331 


2256-58 


5423 


2550 


5519 


2600-01 


5335 


2259 


5425 


2551 


5520 


2602 


5336 


2260 


5427 


2556 


5522 


2606 


5338-39 


2261 


5428 


2557 


5523 


2608 


5340 


2262-63 


5429 


2558 


5525 


2610 


5341 


2264-65 


5433 


2553 


5526 


2611-12 


5342 


2266 


5434 


2554-55 


5527 


2613 


5344 


2267 


5435 


2561 


5528 


2614 


5347 


2268 


5436 


2559 


5530 


2621 


5349 


2474 


5437 


2560 


5532 


2618 


5350A 


2475-76 


5439 


2562-63 


5533 


2619-20 


5353 


2364 


5440 


S-2563A 


5536 


2623-24 


5358 


2478 


5441 


2564-65 


5537 


2624A 


5359 


2479 


5442 


2566 


5538 


2617 


5360 


2481 


5443 


2567 


5539 


2615 


5372 


2485 


5445 


2568-69 


5541 


2625-26 


5373 


2486 


5447 


2570 


5543 


2626A 


5374 


2587-89 


5451 


2575 


5545 


2629 


5375 


2545 


5452 


2574 


5546 


2627-28 


5376 


2546 


5457 


2577 


5547 


2630-30A 


5380 


2508 


5458 


2578 


5548 


2631-33 


5381 


2509-11 


5459 


2579 


5549 


2635-37 


5382 


2512 


5460 


2581-82 


5550 


2634 


5384 


2514 


5461 


2584-85 


5551 


2638-40 


5384A 


2515 


5465 


2365 


5552 


2641-42 


5387 


2516 


5467 


2366-67 


5553 


2643-43A 


5391 


2517 


5472 


2487 


5554 


2659-61 


5394 


2518 


5477 


2489-90 


5555 


2644-44A 


5395 


2519 


5480 


2494-95 


5556 


2645-45A 


5400 


2521-22 


5481 


2491 


5557 


2646 


5401 


2524-25 


5482 


2492 


5558 


2647 


5402 


2526-27 


5486 


2499-2500 


5559 


2648-53 


5403 


2528 


5487 


2501 


5560 


2654 


5404 


2529 


5488 


2502-03, S-2503 


5561 


2655-57 


5406 


2531 


5489 


2504 


5562 


2658 


5408 


2532 


5490 


2505 


5564 


2671-72 


5409 


2533-34 


5492 


2590 


5565 


2662 


5410 


2523 


5495 


2592 


5566 


2663-65 


5411 


2535 


5498 


2593 


5567 


2666-70 


5412 


2536-37 


5501 


2594 


5568 


2673 


5414 


2538-39 


5504 


2595-96 


5569 


2674-77 


5415 


2540-41 


5509 


2603 


5570 


2678-80 


5416 


2542-43 


5510-11 


2434 


5571 


2681-82 


5420 


2548 


5512 


2597-98 


5573 


2683-84 



CONCORDANCES 



425 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



5574 


2685-86 


5665 


2192 


5831 


3071-72 


5575 


2687-90 


5667 


2112 


5832 


3074 


5576 


2691-92 


5668 


2118 


5837 


3064 


5578 


2693 


5669 


2116-17 


5838 


3067-68 


5579 


2695 


5671 


2113 


5845 


3038-39 


5581 


2696-97 


5674 


(2250a) 


5851 


3037 


5582 


2698 


5677 


1765 


5852 


3042 


5584 


2699 


5680 


1741A 


5855 


3043 


5585 


2700 


5682 


2756 


5859 


3044 


5586 


2701 


5683 


208 1A 


5860 


3045 


5587 


2702A 


5692 


2616 


5861 


3046 


5588 


2702 


5695 


1853 


5873 


3048 


5597 


2418 


5696 


2119 


5875 


3075 


5599A 


2703 


5697 


2486A 


5879 


3077 


5601 


2705 


5705A 


2761 


5881 


3078 


5603 


2706-07 


5721 


2762 


5882 


3079 


5604 


2708 


5730 


2763 


5883 


3082 


5605 


2709 


5731 


2765 


5884 


3083 


5606 


2711 


5732 


2766 


5885 


3084 


5608 


2712 


5735 


2776 


5886 


3085 


5610 


2713-14 


5740 


2777 


5890 


3086 


5611 


2715 


5748 


2767 


5894 


3087 


5612 


2717 


5753 


2770-72 


5896 


3090 


5612A 


2716 


5754 


2773 


5899A 


3104 


5615 


2718 


5755 


2774-75 


5902 


3091 


5619 


2723-25 


5759 


2779 


5904 


3092 


5621 


2726-27 


5762 


2781-84 


5906 


3094 


5624 


2728 


5764 


2787 


5908 


3095 


5625 


2443 


5765 


2785-86, S-2786A 


5924 


3097 


5626 


2729 


5768 


3036 


5926 


3098 


5631 


2733-34 


5773 


3049 


5934 


3100 


5632 


2735 


5775 


3050 


5953 


3099 


5633 


2736 


5784 


3051 


5955 


3101 


5636 


2721-22 


5785 


3053 


5957A 


3103 


5638 


2737 


5788 


3052 


5966 


S-3105A 


5639 


2738-39 


5789 


3054 


5968-70 


3127 


5640 


2740 


5794 


3055-56 


5971 


3106-09 


5641 


2741-42 


5798 


3058 


5973 


3110 


5644 


2743-46 


5804 


3063 


5975 


3080 


5645 


2747-49 


5805 


3059 


5977B 


3081 


5646 


2750 


5806 


3060 


5978 


3145 


5653 


1599 


5808 


3061 


5986 


3146-47 


5656 


1600 


5823 


3066 


5997 


3149 


5662 


1853A 


5827 


3069 


5998 


3150-51 


5663 


1854 


5829 


3070 


5999 


3152 



426 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



6003 


3154 


6145 


1723 


6228 


2944 


6006 


3113 


6149 


2871-72 


6229 


2945 


6007 


3114 


6150 


2873 


6230 


2947 


6008 


3115-16 


6151 


2874-76 


6231 


2954 


6012 


3117 


6151A 


2877-78 


6233 


2956-57 


6015 


3118 


6152 


2879 


6234 


2951 


6016 


3119-20 


6153 


2880 


6236 


3022 


6018 


3121 


6156 


2884-85 


6245 


2914 


6021 


3122 


6157 


2886 


6270 


2955 


6022 


3123 


6160 


2887 


6272 


2916 


6026 


3130 


6162 


2894 


6274 


2940-42 


6028 


3131-32 


6163 


2891 


6279 


2900 


6030 


3133 


6165 


2892 


6283 


2909 


6031 


3137-38 


6166 


2890 


6284 


2903 


6032 


3135-36 


6167 


2895 


6286 


2924 


6037 


3139-41 


6169 


2896-97 


6288 


2911 


6038 


3142 


6171 


2898 


6290 


2918 


6039 


3143 


6175 


2869 


6292 


2915 


6042 


3144 


6178 


2971 


6293 


2919 


6051 


3156 


6180 


2881 


6294 


2917 


6055 


3157 


6183 


2893 


6295 


2923 


6056 


3158-59 


6184 


2888-89 


6296 


2920 


6065 


3125-26 


6192 


2899 


6298 


2988 


6067 


3161 


6194 


2990-91 


6301 


2921 


6077 


3163-65 


6194B 


2901 


6302 


2922 


6080 


3168 


6197 


2905-06, S-2906 


6304 


2959 


6081 


3089 


6198 


2907-08 


6305 


3035 


6098 


2837 


6199 


2910 


6306 


2970 


6100 


2838 


6201 


2912 


6309 


2972-73 


6102 


2839 


6202 


2913 


6310 


2974 


6108 


2840 


6206 


2927 


6312 


2975-76 


6109 


2841 


6209 


2986 


6313 


2979 


6111 


2842 


6210 


2952 


6314 


2980 


6114 


2845 


6212 


2948 


6316 


2981 


6116 


2846-48 


6213 


2926 


6317 


2985 


6117 


2850 


6214 


2939 


6320 


2986 


6120 


2851-54 


6217 


2928 


6323 


2868 


6124 


2844 


6218 


2930-31 


6329 


2547 


6125 


3080 


6219 


2932 


6329A 


2989 


6131 


2855-58 


6220 


2933 


6331 


S-2989A 


6135 


2859 


6222 


2934 


6339A 


2861 


6138 


2863 


6224 


2937-38 


6342 


2862 


6140 


2864 


6225 


2936 


6349 


2992 


6142 


2865 


6226 


2935 


6350 


2993 


6143 


2866-67 


6227 


2943 


6351 


2995 



CONCORDANCES 



427 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



6352 


29% 


6459 


3295 


6567A 


3181 


6355 


2998 


6464 


3296 


6573 


3195 


6356 


2999 


6466 


3297 


6574 


3220 


6358 


3004 


6471 


3304 


6585 


3196 


6359 


3009 


6472 


3302-03 


6586 


3197 


6361 


3011 


6474 


3305 


6587 


3198 


6363 


3012 


6476 


3306 


6588 


3199- 


6364 


3014 


6477 


3307 




3200 


6369 


2986 


6481 


3308 


6589 


3202 


6369A 


3030 


6482 


3309 


6591 


3204 


6370 


3010 


6483 


3310 


6594 


3205-06 


6372 


2833 


6484 


3311 


6597 


3208-09 


6374 


2834 


6486 


3312 


6598 


3210 


6375 


2835-36 


6489 


3314-15 


6606 


3211-12 


6378 


3001 


6490 


3316-18 


6607 


3215 


6384 


3019 


6493 


3319 


6609 


3213 


6385 


3018 


6494 


1855 


6610 


3214 


6388 


2997 


6495 


1856-57 


6611 


3203 


6395 


3005 


6497 


3320-21 


6615 


3221 


6396 


3006 


6498 


3325 


6619 


3222-24 


6396A 


3008 


6499 


3326-27 


6619A 


3225, 


6397 


3007 


6500 


3322-24 




3551 


6398 


3016 


6501 


3328 


6623 


3226-27 


6399 


3013 


6502 


3329 


6626 


3229-30 


6403 


2382 


6505 


S-3329A 


6628 


3231-32 


6405 


2960-61 


6506 


3299 


6630-31 


3233 


6406 


2962 


6507 


3300, S-3300A 


6633 


3234-35 


6407 


2964-65 


6509 


3301 


6635 


3236 


6408 


2966 


6515 


3170 


6636 


3237 


6409 


2963 


6516 


3171 


6638 


3238 


6412 


2967 


6524 


3173-74 


6639 


3239 


6414 


2968 


6525 


3175 


6640 


3240-41 


6415 


3023 


6526 


3176, S-3176 


6641 


3242 


6417 


3024-25 


6532 


3178 


6642 


3243 


6420 


3027-28 


6536 


3185 


6643 


3244 


6421 


3439 


6548 


3189 


6645 


3245^46 


6424 


3031 


6555 


S-3194A 


6646 


3252 


6427 


(3035e) 


6556A 


3190-91 


6647 


3249 


6429 


3029 


6558A 


3216 


6648 


3250 


6430 


3032 


6558C 


3216 


6649 


3251 


6444-48 


(3035e) 


6559 


3217 


6651 


3256-57 


6451-53 


(3035e) 


6560 


3218 


6655 


3182 


6454 


3033 


6561 


3219 


6657 


3183 


6456 


3294 


6563 


3192 . 


6661 


3258 


6458 


3291-93 


6564 


3180 


6662 


3259 



428 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



6663 


3260 


6796 


3290 


6922 


3378 


6665 


3261 


6797 


2808 


6923 


3383-84 


6666 


3262-63 


6798 


2809 


6925 


3385 


6669 


3184 


6802 


2813 


6926 


3386 


6672 


1319 


6805 


2814 


6927 


3387 


6676 


3281 


6807 


2817 


6932 


3389 


6680 


3265 


6808 


2816 


6933 


3390 


6682A 


3280 


6813 


2821 


6937 


3481 


6688 


3269 


6815 


2822 


6939 


3534 


6690 


3266 


6820 


2823 


6944 


3391 


6694 


3271 


6821 


2825 


6945 


3392 


6695 


3270 


6825 


2826 


6951 


3393 


6697 


3272 


6826 


2828 


6952 


3394 


6706 


3284 


6828 


2824 


6953 


3396 


6708 


3274 


6831 


2831 


6956 


3397 


6709 


3274A 


6842 


3350-53 


6958 


3398 


6711 


3276 


6845 


3354-55 


6959 


3399 


6724 


3283 


6850 


3346-47 


6962 


3400 


6727 


Heb-19 


6851 


3348-49 


6965 


3401 


6728 


Heb-18 


6855 


3360-61 


6973 


3403 


6734 


Heb-21-22 


6857 


3363 


6978 


3405 


6735 


Heb-23-24 


6858 


3362 


6979 


3406 


6736 


Heb-25-26 


6860 


3356-58 


6980 


3407 


6739 


Heb-28 


6864 


3364 


6981 


3408, 


6741 


Heb-20 


6872 


3365-67 




S-3408A 


6742 


Heb-27 


6873 


3368 


6982 


3409-10 


6744 


3285 


6880 


3331 


6984 


3411 


6747 


1318A 


6884 


3333-34 


6985A 


3412 


6749 


1320 


6886 


3335 


6987 


3413-14 


6755 


2792 


6888A 


3335A 


6989 


3415 


6757 


2793 


6892 


3336-37 


6994 


3416 


6758 


2794 


6893 


3338 


6995 


3417 


6759 


2795 


6895 


3339 


6996 


3419 


6761 


2796-97 


6898 


3340 


6997 


3420 


6762 


2799 


6904 


Heb-4 


7002 


3423 


6763 


2800-01 


6906 


Heb-5-6 


7005 


3422 


6766 


2802 


6908 


3341-42 


7011 


3424-25 


6767 


2798 


6910 


3343 


7019 


3429 


6769 


2791 


6911 


3344 


7021 


Heb-29 


6776 


2803-04 


6912 


3369-70 


7028 


3430 


6781 


2806 


6913 


3371 


7030 


3431-32 


6788 


1642 


6915 


3372 


7033 


3433 


6789 


3380-81 


6918 


3373-74 


7034 


3435 


6790 


1643 


6920 


3375 


7038 


S-3435A 


6791 


2807 


6921 


3376-77 


7039 


3436 



CONCORDANCES 



429 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



7040 


3437 


7180 


3515 


7308 


Heb-15- 


7046 


3439 


7184 


3514 




16 


7048 


3395 


7185 


3330 


7322 


3582-83 


7056 


3442 


7189 


3174A 


7323 


3584 


7057 


3446 


7191 


3520 


7325 


3585-86 


7058 


3449-50 


7193 


3521 


7331 


2811 


7059 


3445 


7195 


3522 


7334 


2758 


7062 


3448 


7196A 


3523 


7340 


Heb-2 


7064 


3457 


7199 


3525 


7347 


2788 


7066 


3451 


7202 


3524 


7349 


1643A 


7075A 


3455 


7203 


3702 


7356 


1619A 


7082 


3460 


7214 


3526-27 


7367 


3287 


7085A 


3462 


7215 


3528-29 


7385 


2752-53 


7094 


3466 


7217 


3516 


7386 


1643B 


7096 


3467 


7223 


3519 


7394 


3588 


7099 


3470 


7229 


3530 


7403 


1780 


7105 


3472 


7231 


Heb-3 


7404 


3485 


7106 


3456 


7237 


3531 


7405 


3359 


7110 


3458 


7238 


3533 


7416 


3179 


7112 


3476 


7243A 


3535 


7420 


3194 


7118 


3478-79 


7251 


3537 


7422 


2604A- 


7119 


3484 


7252 


3538 




04B 


7120 


3480 


7254 


3540 


7435 


Heb-1 


7128 


3486 


7256 


3541-42 


7437 


Heb-30 


7131 


3487-89, 


7257 


3543-45 


7448 


1104 




S-3487 


7258A 


3225,3551 


7454 


1106 


7139 


3490-91 


7259 


3546-48 


7457 


1105 


7141 


3492 


7260 


3549 


7461 


1109 


7144 


3493 


7261 


3550 


7464 


1114, 


7145 


3499 


7264 


3552 




S-1114A 


7146 


3482 


7266 


3553 


7465 


1110-11 


7149 


3483 


7268 


3112 


7468 


1115-16 


7151 


3500-01 


7269 


3111 


7469 


1112 


7152 


3498 


7276 


3554 


7472 


1117 


7155 


3494 


7286 


3561 


7475 


1108 


7157 


3495 


7287 


3563 


7477 


1113 


7158 


3503 


7288 


3568-69 


7479 


1121 


7159 


3496 


7290 


3579-80 


7480 


1118 


7168 


3505-06 


7293 


Heb-7 


7482 


1119 


7171 


3507 


7294 


Heb-8 


7483 


S-1118A 


7172 


3508-09 


7297 


Heb-17 


7486 


1123 


7173 


3510 


7298 


Heb-9 


7487 


1122 


7174 


3511 


7299 


Heb- 11-12 


7491 


S-1124A 


7175 


3512 


7300 


Heb-10 


7494 


1128 


7177 


3513 


7306 


Heb- 13-14 


7496 


1129 



430 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



7497 


1130 


7611 


1193 


7739 


1250-51 


7498 


1131 


7614 


1202 


7741 


1252 


7509 


1133 


7615 


1159 


7757 


1225 


7513 


1135 


7618 


1158 


7759 


1226 


7522 


1140 


7620 


1155 


7760 


1227 


7523 


1139 


7622 


1165 


7761 


1228 


7529 


1141 


7624 


1230 


7766 


1229 


7532 


1142 


7625 


1232 


7767 


S-1229A 


7536 


1143 


7626 


1240 


7769 


1253 


7541 


1145 


7628 


1164 


7770 


1254 


7542 


1146 


7631 


1170 


7772 


1255 


7548 


1148 


7636 


1169 


7773 


1256 


7549 


1149 


7645 


1198-99 


7774 


1257 


7550 


1150 


7646 


1190 


7775 


816 


7551 


1147 


7648 


1194-95 


7776 


1258 


7552 


1151 


7649 


205 


7777 


1259 


7554 


1152 


7650 


1196-97 


7778 


1261-62 


7556 


1154 


7656 


1203 


7779 


1263 


7562 


1156-57 


7654 


1204 


7783 


1264 


7565 


1201 


7660 


1205-06 


7791 


1243 


7567 


1160 


7662-63 


1207 


7799 


1265 


7568 


1161 


7667 


1210 


7803 


1267 


7572 


1162 


7668 


1211 


7818 


3851 


7573-76 


1163 


7669 


1212 


7819 


3771 


7578 


1166 


7670 


1213 


7841 


3589 


7580 


1239 


7673 


1214 


7846 


3590 


7581 


1167 


7674 


1215 


7848 


3591-92 


7584 


1168 


7681 


1216 


7899 


3597 


7585 


1171 


7688 


1217 


7921 


3606 


7586 


1172 


7690 


1218 


7922 


3607 


7588 


1136-37 


7692 


1221 


7923 


3608 


7589 


1138 


7693 


1222 


7949 


3646 


7591 


1173 


7694 


1223 


7988 


3618 


7592 


1174-75 


7696 


1144 


7990 


3619 


7593 


1176 


7699 


1208-09 


7997 


3620 


7594 


1178 


7700 


1219-20 


8002 


3623 


7597 


1177 


7707 


1235-36 


8008 


3625-26 


7599 


1179-81 


7709 


1237 


8015 


3624 


7601 


1182-84 


7711 


1087 


8020 


3629 


7602 


1185 


7719 


1241 


8033 


3621 


7603 


1186 


7721 


1242 


8038 


3603-04 


7605 


1187 


7727 


1244 


8039A 


3605 


7606 


1188 


7728 


1245 


8049A 


3594 


7608 


1191-92 


7729 


1246 


8052 


3637 


7609 


1093-94 


7738 


1247-49 


8095 


3644-45 



CONCORDANCES 



431 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



8110 


3658 


8400 


3732 


8660 


3826-27 


8111 


3659 


8401 


3679 


8661 


3828 


8112 


3660 


8402 


3719 


8671 


3837-38 


8117 


3662 


8410 


3736 


8674 


3829 


8121 


3639 


8452 


3634 


8675 


3830-31 


8125 


3663 


8454 


3635 


8676 


3832 


8128 


3665 


8496 


1224 


8680 


3833 


8129 


3664 


8509 


3739 


8682 


3834 


8137 


3670 


8523 


3742 


8705 


(3836a) 


8140 


3672 


8527 


3743 


8716 


3842 


8142 


3673 


8527A 


3744 


8721 


3844 


8163 


3686 


8530 


3746-47 


8722 


3845-46 


8178A 


3649 


8540 


3755 


8733 


S-1107A 


8183A 


3647-48 


8553 


3759 


8736 


3852 


8189 


3652 


8570 


3766-67 


8737 


3853 


8197 


3654-55 


8572 


3768 


8746 


3854 


8237 


3676 


8574 


3751 


8763 


3863 


8238-39 


3675 


8575 


3772 


8767 


3858 


8245 


3690 


8577B 


3773 


8768 


3855-57 


8250 


3691 


8582 


3775 


8773A 


3859 


8260 


(3700a) 


8588 


3780 


8776 


3860 


8268 


3698 


8591 


3781 


8793 


3613 


8269 


3699-3700 


8593 


3782 


8815 


3946 


8274 


3693 


8596 


3783 


8819 


3704 


8278 


3695 


8597 


3784 


8845 


3865 


8279 


3696 


8598 


3785-86 


8849 


3866 


8289 


3718 


8600 


3788 


8850 


3864 


8303 


3602 


8601 


3789 


8858 


3868-69 


8318 


3706 


8602 


3790 


8877 


3870 


8354 


3708 


8603 


3791-92 


8920 


3872 


8358 


3710 


8605 


3794-95 


8927 


3873 


8378 


3723 


8606 


3796-97 


8929 


3874 


8381 


3677-78 


8606A 


3793 


8937 


3875 


8382A 


3680 


8607 


3798 


8947(2) 


3878 


8384 


3681 


8610 


3799-3800 


8948 


3881 


8385 


3725 


8613 


3801 


8949(1) 


3882 


8386 


3727-28 


8614 


3802 


8955 


3877 


8388 


3735A 


8616 


3803 


8967 


3879 


8390 


3734 


8622 


3806 


8968 


3880 


8392 


3729 


8624 


3807 


8978 


3883 


8393 


3734 


8639 


3805 


8998 


3886 


8394 


3730 


8644 


3813 


9004 


3892 


8395 


3734 


8646 


3815 


9024 


3894 


8399(1) 


3731 


8647 


3816 


9026 


3885 


8399(2) 


3733 


8653 


3818 


9027 


3891 



432 



CONCORDANCES 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



PR 



HUL 



9028 


3884 


9337 


3931 


9571 


3975 


9031 


3890 


9366 


3934 


9573A 


3976 


9044 


3888 


9367 


3936 


9578 


3977 


9063 


S-450A 


9374 


3937 


9582 


3978 


9069 


3895 


9384 


3939 


9589 


3979 


9071 


3896 


9389 


3935 


9605 


3984 


9082 


3897 


9401 


3941 


9606 


3985 


9098 


3901 


9404 


3940 


9610 


3 985 A 


9122 


3903 


9412 


3933 


9613A 


3986 


9127 


3902 


9435 


3942 


9626 


3989 


9131 


3904 


9451 


3943 


9656 


3990 


9144 


3905 


9459 


3945 


9691 


3993 


9145 


3906 


9461 


3947 


9700 


3999 


9146 


3907 


9463 


1268 


9701 


3995 


9153 


(3097a) 


9465 


1269 


9704 


3997 


9180 


3911 


9468 


1270 


9705 


3998 


9194 


3912 


9471 


1272 


9706 


3996 


9195 


3913 


9477 


1278 


9725 


3994 


9204 


3914 


9478B 


1274 


9747 


4000 


9213 


3915 


9481 


1276 


9753 


4001 


9214 


3916 


9487 


1275 


9759 


4002 


9232 


3923 


9489 


1277 


9760 


4003 


9233 


3922 


9494 


1280 


9765 


4004-05 


9234 


3926 


9495 


1281 


9783 


4009-1 1 


9245 


3921 


9503 


3959 


9790 


4020 


9250 


3918 


9522 


3964 


9795 


4017 


9254 


3930 


9532 


3968 


9801 


4012 


9256 


3920 


9534 


3967 


9811 


4016 


9258 


3917 


9537A 


3969 


9815A 


4015 


9264 


3919 


9539 


3971 


9819 


4007 


9267 


3928 


9543A 


3972 


9820 


4008 


9270 


3924 


9547A 


3952 


9833 


Heb-31 


9273 


3929 


9549 


3953 


9834 


Heb-32- 


9291 


3925 


9565 


3973 




33 


9324 


3913A 






9835 


Heb-34 



3. Gesamtkatahg/HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



3 


4003 


227 


318 


441 


3283 


4 


4017 


264 


3388 


445 


2481 


5 


(4021b) 


266 


3000 


472 


1001 


6 


2626A 


268 


2822 


492 


1009 


7 


2228 


269 


2821 


493 


437 


32 


781.S-781A 


270 


2606 


510 


1230 


113 


1837-38 


303 


604 


520 


S-3155A 


115 


3988 


310 


1443 


522 


3124 


126 


2560 


311 


1273 


526 


3539 


128 


2579 


312 


2740 


531 


1145 


129 


2108 


314 


3549 


570 


3204 


130 


1557 


321 


3895 


578 


2372 


148 


3471 


339 


3048 


579 


2855-58 


152 


3155 


347 


568 


580 


(3035d) 


185 


3104 


403 


3885 


582 


881 


186 


1090 


406 


432 


583 


S-991A 


187 


3756 


411 


1075 


586 


1996-98 


188 


158 


412 


3896 


588 


3339 


191 


3238 


423 


3854 


589 


2009-11 


192 


3228 


427a 


3861 


590 


900-01 


208 


1405 


428 


3372 


594 


1971 


216 


467 


432 


2480 


595 


2019-21 


220 


269 


434 


2482 


600 


907 



434 



CONCORDANCES 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



602 


143-44 


838 


640 


1596 


2683-84 


604 


1632 


840 


623-24 


1599 


1174-75 


605 


2068 


843 


1804 


1601 


3070 


606 


1957 


844 


1831-32 


1602 


561 


611 


2505 


859 


3431-32 


1603 


534 


613 


2012-15 


860 


1850 


1604 


417 


616 


59 


862 


1989-90 


1606 


319 


616/10 


280 


863 


2641-42 


1607 


1321, 


632 


1383 


864 


1985 




S-1321 


677 


1994-95 


865 


423 


1612 


3113 


679 


1110-11 


866 


751 


1618 


2750 


680 


60 


871 


686 


1620 


2868 


682 


3115-16 


872 


3455 


1660 


1842 


683 


1999-2001 


873 


363 


1661 


2269 


684 


1764 


876 


233 


1666 


(2702a) 


685 


2006-08 


877 


237 


1667 


2791 


688 


2016-18 


879 


254-55 


1668 


2779 


691 


1626 


1088 


3924 


1674 


1843 


699 


463 


1257 


1816 


1682 


769 


700 


879-80 


1258 


2231-32 


1689 


775 


702 


820-21 


1261 


3979 


1696 


135 


706 


286 


1268 


2770-72 


1700 


785 


708 


3843 


1288 


493 


1707 


136 


712 


3428 


1288/20 


495 


1711 


1027 


716 


1968 


1290 


531 


1718 


543 


717 


2002-05 


1310 


519 


1733 


2467 


718 


824-25 


1316 


524 


1735 


S-96A 


727 


134 


1348 


589 


1738 


3460 


734 


873 


1352 


798 


1739 


2076 


739 


3932 


1358 


799 


1745 


S-2814A 


766 


2544 


1386 


571 


1747 


1418 


769 


300 


1394 


996 


1751 


1146 


775 


897 


1415 


998 


1778 


111 


776 


902 


1420 


957 


1795 


1471 


779 


2726-27 


1438 


913 


1796 


1432 


780 


884 


1458 


805 


1799 


3821 


785 


904, S-904 


1491 


823 


1863 


3722 


791 


2605 


1511 


827 


1865 


3623 


795 


3440 


1539 


315 


1872 


3695 


797 


2708 


1567 


984 


1882 


3696 


798 


2333 


1575 


1140 


1889 


3679 


804 


1005 


1577 


3772 


1891 


986 


806 


667 


1589 


1765 


1892 


311 


836 


625 


1590 


3742 


1901 


2592 


837 


618-19 


1594 


3083 


1919 


2929 



CONCORDANCES 



435 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



1923 


3584 


2293 


1526 


2481 


353 


1925 


1959 


2294 


3540 


2490 


1024 


1933 


718 


2300 


1485-86 


2501 


1136-37 


1934 


2129-30 


2301 


1283-84 


2502 


1138 


1939 


2134 


2302 


3508-09 


2510 


1155 


1945 


2362 


2305 


3249 


2511 


1108 


2015 


1473 


2317 


2328 


2518 


1472 


2016 


2613 


2318 


2186 


2522 


3333-34 


2018 


1004 


2321 


1854A 


2524 


3076 


2022 


800 


2323 


2342 


2525 


1369 


2024 


478 


2329 


3195 


2527 


3443 


2029 


540 


2332 


974 


2529 


2711 


2032 


S-819A 


2333 


2663-65 


2536 


1047 


2033 


1194-95 


2334(1) 


2630-30A 


2563 


375 


2035 


120 


2334(2) 


2644-44A 


2576 


1018 


2048 


2962 


2334(3) 


2643-43A 


2598 


99 


2070 


1671-72 


2334(4) 


2645-45A 


2601 


1733 


2072 


701 


2334(5) 


2662 


2603 


3610 


2075 


3170 


2335 


591 


2621 


3371 


2079 


2998 


2337 


1880-81 


2660 


S-876A 


2103 


1638 


2341 


2025 


2663 


345 


2106 


1687 


2342 


456 


2674 


3298 


2116 


1844 


2346 


2702 


2679 


2046 


2136 


2498 


2349 


2789 


2681 


2446 


2137 


288 


2350 


1688 


2682 


2295-96 


2139 


2502-03, 


2351 


1982-83 


2685 


782 




S-2503 


2353 


2264-65 


2705 


S-345A 


2142 


3010 


2355 


2318 


2709 


2829 


2147 


3973 


2356 


2024 


2729 


54 


2159 


1630 


2358 


925-26 


2739 


1697 


2185 


1585 


2359 


3671 


2743 


(4021a) 


2192 


173 


2367 


51 


2747 


809 


2203 


2593 


2369 


3178 


2750 


61 


2204 


2845 


2382 


3963 


2754 


1704 


2205 


2993 


2399 


443 


2755 


421 


2206 


1433 


2403 


440 


2758 


688 


2215 


2236 


2421 


1980 


2759 


2361 


2216 


2243 


2430 


2830 


2763 


3625-26 


2241 


(3985a) 


2443 


2790 


2764 


771 


2268 


2615 


2448 


1459 


2775 


131 


2271 


2964-65 


2450 


348 


2776 


3764 


2287 


3940 


2452 


3335 


2808 


420 


2290 


1726-29 


2457 


1008 


2834 


3181 


2291 


2403 


2473 


S-449A 


2840 


3916 


2292 


3585-86 


2476 


3631 


2842 


3918 



436 



CONCORDANCES 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



2844 


166 


2999 


3521 


3154 


3789 


2846 


3810 


3001 


3408, S-3408A 


3155 


3730 


2851 


1036 


3002 


194 


3167 


2827 


2852 


494 


3003 


2355 


3170 


3771 


2864 


2059 


3005 


2545 


3179 


3621 


2866 


2436-37 


3006 


297 


3182 


28 


2867 


3364 


3007 


2519 


3186 


218 


2868 


276-77 


3008 


3736 


3187 


693 


2869 


2163 


3017 


2995 


3203 


2241-42 


2877 


1509-12 


3021 


361-62 


3211 


177 


2878 


1310 


3028 


2609 


3243 


481-82 


2879 


1578-79 


3030 


934-35 


3244 


3343 


2880 


1623-24 


3034 


3643 


3246 


3198 


2881 


3272 


3044 


411 


3253 


2701 


2883 


50 


3052 


1379 


3255 


3727-28 


2887 


1166 


3053 


3751 


3256 


3201 


2888 


1171 


3057 


2112 


3258 


3899 


2889 


2277-SO 


3067 


2710 


3260 


2699 


2891 


3863 


3068 


3468 


3263 


3887 


2892 


1723 


3070 


2233 


3275 


S-3435A 


2894 


3082 


3090 


1640 


3276 


3196 


2897 


878 


3092 


2554-55 


3287 


2698 


2902 


409 


3093 


2566 


3288 


3726 


2906 


1179-81 


3094 


3368 


3290 


3197 


2910 


2103 


3095 


1060 


3302 


2696-97 


2914 


410 


3098 


2561 


3303 


3725 


2915 


3801 


3103 


1972-73 


3305 


3836 


2916 


556 


3104 


2326 


3307 


1264 


2918 


359 


3107 


2778 


3308 


2700 


2920 


1187 


3108 


1890 


3322 


712 


2922 


360 


3110 


445 


3325 


2135-37 


2924 


358 


3111 


3449-50 


3326 


2363 


2926 


1167 


3112 


2039 


3341 


2604A- 


2928 


1172 


3113 


Heb-25-26 




04B 


2932 


321 


3114 


71 


3357 


3175 


2933 


124 


3120 


1858 


3366 


1676 


2934 


792 


3122 


2281 


3372 


3452 


2936 


877 


3123 


2542-43 


3379 


3184 


2937 


149 


3124 


1932 


3383 


1767 


2939 


121 


3127 


3803 


3386 


1484 


2949 


322-23 


3129 


2171 


3387 


1482 


2955 


320 


3130 


2608 


3392 


3390 


2961 


1628 


3131 


1847-49 


3396 


835 


2969 


112 


3144 


846-47 


3397 


93 


2993 


324 


3151 


3609 


3404 


3746-47 



CONCORDANCES 



437 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



3409 


697 


3665 


1527 


4047 


2099 


3410 


222-23 


3672 


3451 


4049 


3642 


3411 


1067-68 


3683 


193 


4053 


3009 


3412 


247-49 


3705 


790 


4061 


2240 


3413 


719 


3714 


3974 


4075 


1403 


3414 


3994 


3719 


3608 


4082 


3811 


3417 


3738 


3739 


3202 


4083 


2026-27 


3418 


3755 


3744 


62 


4087 


2768 


3424 


3845^46 


3747 


1863 


4093 


S-1124A 


3426 


1215 


3756 


102 


4095 


220 


3427 


1048 


3802 


3027-28 


4099 


3218 


3449 


3144 


3810 


2634 


4102 


253 


3459 


1463 


3819 


3185 


4104 


263 


3460 


187-88 


3820 


1402 


4114 


3436 


3466 


3465 


3838-39 


2868 


4117 


2877-78 


3467 


3290 


3847 


3019 


4126 


3236 


3471 


3568-69 


3849 


2985 


4127 


3253 


3473 


3256-57 


3850 


3031 


4128 


3732 


3477 


3091 


3858 


S-207A-B 


4131 


3247-48 


3481 


1965 


3862 


883 


4132 


3211-12 


3485 


1893 


3863 


119 


4133 


3221 


3490 


1689 


3864 


3876 


4134 


3242 


3498 


1892 


3867 


762 


4136 


3731 


3501 


1894 


3881 


110, S-110A 


4138 


3240-41 


3508 


1690 


3884 


325 


4142 


3245-46 


3510 


1716 


3886 


1170 


4143 


3251 


3514 


1891 


3891 


1502 


4144 


3205-06 


3525 


1586 


3907 


3415 


4145 


3788 


3530 


1926 


3908 


2518 


4146 


3418 


3539 


1963 


3914 


560 


4147 


3719 


3547 


1691 


3917 


3641 


4148 


3250 


3568 


1705 


3923 


94-95 


4149 


3733 


3569 


1589 


3927 


3150-51 


4157 


3754 


3583 


1680 


3933 


3935 


4158 


2133 


3584 


1714 


3938 


3423 


4174 


786 


3593 


3286 


3942 


843 


4176 


474 


3596 


1710 


3946 


3149 


4179(2) 


3675 


3598 


2165 


3948 


3906 


4183 


1286-87 


3611 


S-3588A 


3968 


1370-71 


4201 


3-5 


3613 


1517 


4004 


439 


4204 


6 


3614 


1696 


4007 


446 


4208 


83 


3616 


1590 


4032 


1176 


4222 


1581 


3632 


1709 


4034 


3658 


4223 


1607 


3650 


3640 


4035 


3134 


4228 


1142 


3657 


1521 


4044 


3999 


4232 


675 



438 



CONCORDANCES 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



4233 


1771 


4478 


2317 


4644(1) 


412 


4254 


1871 


4482 


1538-40 


4644(2) 


379 


4263 


2121 


4483 


882 


4647 


271 


4265 


196 


4486 


885 


4648 


258 


4266 


3804 


4492 


1741 A 


4649 


3433 


4275 


1227 


4499 


2776 


4652 


107 


4280 


2531 


4502 


3203 


4653 


562 


4282 


139-41 


4504 


1376 


4654 


1701 


4283 


2359 


4511 


1974-75 


4657 


3427 


4289 


709 


4512 


2034-35 


4658 


3309 


4291 


2273 


4526 


671-72 


4662 


3058 


4293 


725 


4529 


3842 


4684 


466 


4303 


692 


4531 


373 


4693 


3629 


4309 


953 


4533 


696 


4716 


1019 


4317 


2474 


4534 


3926 


4720 


367 


4320 


2223 


4535 


3737 


4730 


2494-95 


4323 


1270 


4536 


3739 


4736 


3986 


4324 


1281 


4537 


705 


4745 


606 


4333 


1099 


4544 


2275-76 


4766 


4012 


4334 


1096-97 


4549 


1074 


4769 


2092 


4340 


1098 


4550 


205 


4775 


2893 


4355 


3525 


4551 


206-07 


4777 


2423 


4359 


3702 


4553 


3777 


4780 


3021 


4382 


1508 


4554 


3779 


4783 


2751 


4386 


1177 


4556 


442 


4810 


3903 


4391 


948 


4557 


3780 


4819 


3934 


4392 


763 


4559 


746 


4841 


1492-93 


4405 


1839 


4563 


457 


4846 


3953 


4410 


2517 


4564 


3820 


4849 


92 


4419 


1784 


4565 


2347-48 


4851 


1307 


4421 


1324-25 


4566 


2713-14 


4852 


1329 


4423 


3375 


4567 


3823 


4853 


11 


4425 


3394 


4568 


468 


4854 


1313 


4428 


1357 


4572 


3817 


4858 


1118 


4430 


122-23 


4574 


3947 


4859 


S-1118A 


4431 


4009-11 


4575 


310 


4863 


1711 


4434 


3605 


4586 


616-17 


4864 


1595-96 


4448 


1923 


4595 


433 


4868 


S-687A 


4456 


2792 


4596 


436 


4870 


3092 


4460 


2478 


4598 


246 


4871 


1878-79 


4463 


1620 


4601 


301 


4875 


2084 


4464 


3086 


4602 


3897 


4876 


1885 


4469 


2735 


4613 


385 


4878 


2066 


4470 


1062 


4637 


3180 


4879 


S-704A 


4475 


1528-31 


4643 


631-32 


4883 


1910 



CONCORDANCES 



439 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



4887 


168 


5099 


1385 


5783 


347 


4888 


1934 


5224 


1231 


5785 


669 


4890 


1226 


5435 


314 


5787 


777 


4897 


1943 


5443 


3668 


5788 


3939 


4898 


1947 


5553 


2583 


5795 


2368 


4901(1) 


1901 


5556 


3393 


5806 


287 


4901(2) 


1902 


5562 


3709 


5807 


2141 


4903 


1955 


5563 


3701 


5822 


2172 


4905 


S-1229A 


5564 


3712 


5829 


3920 


4926 


2416 


5577 


3131-32 


5832 


2420 


4933 


3997 


5578 


819 


5836 


3557 


4952 


3071-72 


5579 


3911 


5840 


3573 


4954 


3213 


5593 


181 


5844 


3570 


4955 


2975-76 


5595 


189 


5845 


3562 


4956 


3344 


5596 


191 


5851 


3255 


4958 


3208-09 


5598 


3576 


5859 


3254 


4960 


3214 


5600 


2762 


5864 


1558 


4963 


25 


5601 


1560 


5867 


3046 


4964 


3759 


5604 


1599 


5868 


3306 


4971 


3807 


5606 


1643 A 


5869 


1783 


4984 


1201 


5607 


2602 


5870 


2412-13 


4986 


162 


5612 


1650-51 


5871 


2451-52 


4994 


600 


5613(1) 


2905-06, S-2906 


5872 


2468-69 


5002 


3620 


5613(2) 


2907-08 


5873 


3985 


5032 


210 


5623 


2820 


5878 


3636 


5054 


1258 


5625 


2144 


5880 


343 


5055 


816 


5650 


2158 


5883 


3259 


5057 


180 


5657 


2568-69 


5884 


2996 


5061 


1260 


5659 


3515 


5887 


1345 


5062 


1261-62 


5675 


774 


5888 


1668 


5063 


3837-38 


5720 


3561 


5889 


1644 


5064 


3677-78 


5735 


1454A 


5896 


845 


5068 


1263 


5737 


550-51 


5904 


1109 


5069 


184-85 


5738 


1629 


5908 


3617 


5070 


1242 


5739 


3177 


5917 


2967 


5071 


1252 


5748 


2914 


5935 


2465 


5072 


1255 


5753 


3666 


5936 


1457 


5073 


3100 


5757 


3714 


5939 


1467-69 


5075 


3 1-32 


5764 


3770 


5940 


1406 


5076 


859-60 


5772 


2706-07 


5941 


1410 


5078 


579 


5776 


3461 


5942 


3530 


5080 


3781 


5777 


2287-88 


5945 


2169 


5081 


33 


5778 


1782 


5950 


3498 


5088 


1043 


5780 


2329 


5973 


2802 


5089 


1040 


5782 


395 


5976 


1280 



440 



CONCORDANCES 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



5993 


2427-28 


6361 


3990 


6630 


1030 


6003 


927 


6387 


3040 


6638 


2105 


6004 


1799 


6389 


3500-01 


6667 


3945 


6009 


1435 


6390 


S-2563A 


6688 


472-73 


6016 


1397 


6400 


2999 


6689 


3782 


6019 


1386 


6409 


2844 


6692 


949 


6028 


1341 


6410 


2992 


6709 


1549 


6032 


1789 


6414 


1746 


6719 


1736 


6033 


651 


6420 


3103 


6731 


3828 


6034 


1430 


6438 


1502A 


6733 


1550 


6039 


1616-17 


6442 


2968 


6734 


1660 


6042 


1969 


6443 


2862 


6736 


1915 


6050 


147, S-147A 


6452 


2175 


6737 


1962 


6059 


2091 


6456 


2846-48 


6766 


1601 


6063 


1602 


6458 


2220, S-2220A 


6770 


2266 


6064 


1635A 


6459 


2458-60 


6771 


3243 


6067 


340 


6465 


1277 


6795 


1677 


6073 


1106 


6466 


636 


6796 


3507 


6083 


1970 


6470 


1278 


6819 


1735 


6111 


413-14 


6471 


3234-35 


6824 


3043 


6128 


3133 


6473 


1730 


6834 


1853A 


6129 


1608 


6479 


3457 


6836 


1917 


6132 


2140 


6486 


3765 


6838 


1884 


6133 


1984 


6494 


3287 


6854 


3813 


6139 


3277A 


6501 


3457 


6858 


1288 


6147 


1411 


6510 


3096 


6859 


1548 


6150 


1426 


6511 


3563 


6862 


2470 


6160 


1160 


6512 


3464 


6883 


1294 


6161 


2486A 


6513 


3017 


6885 


1518-20 


6162 


1193 


6515 


2322 


6887 


1665 


6163 


1173 


6518 


3080 


6895 


1961 


6164 


533 


6519 


2817 


6896 


1853 


6167 


216 


6526 


3847 


6898 


2557 


6172 


3566 


6534 


2894 


6902 


1522 


6211 


2939 


6540 


3075 


6903 


225,3551 


6222 


2687-90 


6542 


108-09 


6905 


2520 


6225 


2429 


6545 


3087 


6906 


3231-32 


6226 


3435 


6552 


3775 


6908 


1845-46 


6277 


557 


6553 


3776 


6943 


3517-18 


6280 


3816 


6559 


3674 


6950 


1913 


6284 


1161 


6585 


3989 


6951 


3923 


6315 


603 


6606 


2988 


6953 


1921-22 


6318 


889-90 


6614 


1398 


6958 


2089 


6342 


1274 


6619 


1407 


6965 


2310 


6343 


1045 


6627 


1503 


7027 


580 



CONCORDANCES 



441 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



7059 


3512 


7287 


1084 


7646 


1952 


7061 


2559 


7290 


S-447A 


7650 


2036 


7062 


2400-01 


7291 


3442 


7658 


1591 


7079 


84 


7327 


1470 


7662 


691 


7081 


86 


7329 


2483 


7667 


1928 


7088 


1120 


7374 


3983 


7668 


1764A 


7089 


1316 


7380 


1428 


7669 


1931 


7090 


17 


7382 


1494 


7671 


1936 


7091 


1380 


7395 


1506 


7673 


1949 


7094 


844 


7397 


1507 


7678 


1360 


7097 


704 


7400 


1477 


7680 


2809 


7101 


1876-77 


7401 


1478 


7687 


1927 


7102 


2083 


7409(2) 


3878 


7689 


2126 


7106 


1909 


7410 


160 


7691 


2132 


7107 


169 


7412 


962-63 


7695 


1948 


7112 


2067 


7424 


1104 


7696 


1953 


7122 


3437 


7434 


1022 


7701 


1362 


7123 


2529 


7437 


3607 


7704 


2808 


7159 


778 


7440 


1041 


7706 


3093 


7164 


2774-75 


7457 


106 


7708 


695 


7175 


3618 


7460 


2997 


7713 


2168 


7181 


2811 


7465 


3981 


7720 


1951 


7186 


2758 


7517 


539 


7722 


14 


7189 


1419 


7548 


2380 


7726 


1597 


7190 


2728 


7550 


1643 B 


7728 


3752 


7192 


2271 


7565 


3289 


7735 


710-11 


7193 


2321 


7571 


2638-40 


7740 


2128 


7194 


2731 


7572 


159 


7742 


1937 


7195 


2330 


7574 


3173-74 


7744 


1941 


7200 


2079 


7576 


3673 


7750/10 


3761 


7201 


2715 


7579 


2787 


7754 


1657 


7208 


S-3194A 


7590 


16 


7755 


1779 


7213 


2831 


7592 


1655 


7767 


1946 


7217 


515 


7594 


1121 


7776 


637-38 


7218 


1392 


7595 


1592 


7777 


646 


7222 


3968 


7596 


1658 


7780 


1988 


7223 


2685-86 


7597 


1122 


7793 


2022 


7227 


3849 


7604 


1958 


7794 


1447 


7231 


238 


7609 


1392A 


7807 


3466 


7235 


592 


7612 


1135 


7813 


3513 


7240 


944 


7614 


707-08 


7814 


2655-57 


7252 


1265 


7615 


1208-09 


7815 


3526-27 


7258 


1147 


7622 


170 


7818 


3550 


7262 


267 


7636 


2080 


7820 


528 


7284 


1235-36 


7643 


1944 


7822 


3921 



442 



CONCORDANCES 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



7824 


229 


8173 


Heb-27 


8402 


2378 


7825 


862 


8190 


1368 


8409 


3672 


7827 


3486 


8198 


344 


8414 


3886 


7828 


2433 


8201 


18 


8417 


3870 


7831 


865 


8203 


1333 


8419 


807-08 


7832 


866 


8221 


3581 


8423 


3316-18 


7836 


2230 


8226 


1035 


8424 


3541-42 


7842 


3552 


8246 


3865 


8426 


1731-32 


7850 


1276 


8250 


3127 


8427 


1611-12 


7871 


1525 


8252 


2826 


8428 


2391-93 


7873 


3061 


8263 


404 


8429 


3681 


7874 


3385 


8272 


458 


8435 


2681-82 


7875 


2553 


8276 


985 


8476 


292 


7876 


2567 


8291 


3970 


8598 


3688 


7877 


2838 


8299 


3965 


8636 


2932 


7879 


3971 


8305 


703 


8638 


3429 


7885 


1797 


8308 


1164 


8640 


2499- 


7887 


1071 


8327 


3534 




2500 


7889 


97 


8328 


2395-96 


8646 


1656 


7890 


1115-16 


8329 


3111 


8647 


1700 


7896 


583 


8332 


44 


8648 


840 


7907 


2812 


8337 


858 


8656 


1939 


7912 


989 


8348 


2246 


8658 


1489 


7937 


1279 


8355 


1364 


8848 


783 


7950 


3616 


8358 


2164 


9021 


2571 


7963 


1663 


8359 


1966 


9042 


68 


7964 


1738-39 


8360 


1929 


9046 


464 


7965 


3090 


8370 


3386 


9065 


2339-40 


7966 


2851-54 


8371 


3691 


9066 


2244 


7967 


1790-92, 


8372 


2619-20 


9068 


1699 




S-1792A 


8373 


3718 


9073(4) 


1693-94 


7968 


3403 


8374 


3171 


9075 


1867 


7969 


2094-95 


8375 


1742 


9080 


1641 


7970 


1777 


8376 


1903 


9089 


2297 


7971 


2425-26 


8377 


2564-65 


9095 


2245 


7972 


2492 


8379 


1575-77 


9104 


1308 


7973 


2972-73 


8380 


3406 


9115 


3494 


7986 


364 


8381 


2285-86 


9117 


128 


7987 


1627 


8382 


2154-55 


9119 


3304 


7990 


1409 


8384 


2461-63 


9120 


3496 


7994 


1501 


8385 


1859 


9123 


685 


8028 


2902 


8390 


2987 


9124 


1781 


8160 


Heb-32-33 


8396 


2989 


9126 


219 


8163 


3879 


8397 


2547 


9133 


2195A 


8172 


Heb-21-22 


8399 


1580 


9134 


1211 



CONCORDANCES 



443 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



9135 


236 


9628 


1033 


9997 


1399- 


9137 


252 


9655 


1029 




1400 


9138 


2515 


9662 


S-980A 


10039 


1660A 


9140 


744 


9683 


3893 


10040 


2479 


9150 


1330-31 


9698 


1233-34 


10042 


3034 


9158 


2122 


9705 


2077 


10044 


2900 


9260 


601 


9710 


380 


10050 


2913 


9263 


1034 


9711 


377 


10052 


2115 


9265 


1102 


9712 


376 


10062 


3689 


9266 


570 


9731 


552 


10065 


3707 


9268 


609 


9741 


3949 


10073 


1021 


9269 


3871 


9742 


3950 


10097 


3354-55 


9331 


2863 


9743 


3948 


10098 


3579-80 


9333 


1455 


9744 


3951 


10162 


312 


9334 


1087 


9773 


3975 


10170 


2837 


9355 


584 


9788 


1377 


10173 


2869 


9367 


2674-77 


9806 


89 


10178 


903 


9368 


3832 


9807 


1541 


10185 


133 


9374 


3682 


9815 


687 


10191 


2901 


9391 


3613 


9826 


1986-87 


10192 


1425 


9392 


2368A-68C 


9832 


3458 


10196 


3244 


9426 


2743-46 


9834 


3114 


10199 


372 


9428 


1805-07 


9840 


720 


10201 


1125-26 


9432 


3037 


9843 


2694 


10206 


1394 


9433 


1817-18 


9855 


577 


10207 


854 


9435 


98 


9865 


1674 


10214 


449 


9437 


3341-42 


9871 


2963 


10217 


1381 


9439 


304 


9872 


2840 


10247 


3473 


9440 


1551-53 


9873 


2431-32 


10270 


661 


9442 


1634-35 


9874 


752-54 


10305 


2060 


9443 


3305 


9876 


2843 


10323 


1010 


9444 


2109 


9877 


2717 


10329 


715-16 


9446 


326-27 


9879 


3554 


10390 


1023 


9447 


954 


9880 


2890 


10406 


3634 


9450 


995 


9881 


2866-67 


10409 


1446 


9472 


2861 


9882 


2874-76 


10410 


3215 


9511 


928 


9884 


3676 


10423 


3139-41 


9523 


542 


9885 


1196-97 


10424 


3152 


9525 


595 


9886 


2738-39 


10427 


1046 


9529 


663 


9889 


801 


10434 


3161 


9531 


127 


9891 


1466 


10435 


3417 


9535 


2408-09 


9951 


3426 


10437 


3157 


9537 


1188 


9980 


2526-27 


10438 


3686 


9554 


1025 


9981 


2678-80 


10449 


3697 


9562 


1072 


9995 


3264 


10451 


3706 



444 



CONCORDANCES 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



GW 



HUL 



10452 


3802 


10549/20 


1479 


10699 


3659 


10453 


3684 


10562 


2631-33 


10770 


3928 


10454 


3729 


10563 


1976-78 


10783 


3946 


10461 


3693 


10593 


1285 


10927 


3558 


10467 


3682A 


10594 


1564-65 


11318 


3736A 


10481 


2444 


10597 


3398 


11321 


3782A 


10492 


1545 


10599 


2603 


11347 


3985A 


10495 


1546 


10601 


2562-63 


11381 


3824 


10505 


841 


10610 


3445 


11402 


3602 


10517 


3331 


10616 


3444 


11467 


3753 


10519 


3590 


10617 


2805 


11487 


S-724A 


10522 


3278 


10618 


3447 


11491 


S-748B 


10531 


2357 


10620 


3535 


11492 


3825 


10535 


2167 


10622 


2824 


11500 


3760 


10544 


3799-3800 


10624 


3532 


11503 


3606 


10549 


1451 


10657 


1661 


11527 


3656 



4, Gofi/HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



A-3 


4003 


A-63 


3000 


A-130 


3885 


A-4 


4017 


A-65 


2271 


A-131 


432 


A-5 


(4021b) 


A-66 


2321 


A- 136 


1075 


A-7 


1837-38 


A-67 


2731 


A-137 


3896 


A-8 


2626A 


A-68 


2728 


A-142 


(216a) 


A-9 


2228 


A-73 


2079 


A-145 


3854 


A-10 


2560 


A-74 


2715 


A-147 


3861 


A-12 


2579 


A-76 


2330 


A- 148 


3372 


A-13 


2108 


A-77 


S-3194A 


A- 151 


2480 


A- 14 


1557 


A-81 


2831 


A- 153 


2482 


A-20 


3155 


A-87 


515 


A-155 


3283 


A-21 


3471 


A-88 


1392 


A-164 


1001 


A-33 


3104 


A-91 


3968 


A-172 


437 


A-34 


1090 


A-92 


2822 


A-180 


1009 


A-35 


3756 


A-93 


2821 


A-181 


1230 


A-36 


158 


A-94 


2606 


A- 190 


3124 


A-37 


3238 


A-96a 


1273 


A-193 


1145 


A-38 


3228 


A-97 


2740 


A-210 


3204 


A-44 


1405 


A-101 


3048 


A-214 


2372 


A-48 


467 


A- 104 


3549 


A-215 


2855-58 


A-51 


269 


A- 105 


3895 


A-216 


(3035d) 


A-54 


318 


A-110 


2481 


A-218 


881 


A-61 


3388 


A-112 


568 


A-219 


S-991A 



446 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



A-222 


1996-98 


A-346 


3440 


A-520 


827 


A-224 


3339 


A-348 


2708 


A-522 


315 


A-225 


2009-11 


A-349 


2333 


A-532 


984 


A-226 


900-01 


A-351 


1005 


A-534 


1816 


A-227 


1971 


A-356 


618-19 


A-535 


2231-32 


A-228 


2019-21 


A-357 


640 


A-536 


3979 


A-232 


1632 


A-359 


623-24 


A-540 


1140 


A-235 


907 


A-360 


625 


A-542 


3772 


A-236 


2068 


A-362 


1804 


A-545 


1765 


A-237 


143-44 


A-363 


1831-32 


A-547 


3742 


A-238 


1957 


A-365 


667 


A-548 


3083 


A-242 


2505 


A-369 


(1902a) 


A-550 


2683-84 


A-243 


824-25 


A-383 


686 


A-551 


1174-75 


A-245 


2012-15 


A-384 


3455 


A-553 


3070 


A-247 


59 


A-386 


3431-32 


A-554 


561 


A-248 


280 


A-387 


1850 


A-555 


534 


A-250 


1383 


A-388 


1989-90 


A-557 


417 


A-270 


1994-95 


A-389 


2641-42 


A-558 


319 


A-272 


60 


A-390 


1985 


A-559 


1321, 


A-273 


1110-11 


A-391 


423 




S-1321 


A-275 


3115-16 


A-393 


751 


A-561 


3113 


A-276 


1999-2001 


A-395 


363 


A-565 


2750 


A-277 


1764 


A-397 


233 


A-582 


1842 


A-278 


2006-08 


A-398 


237 


A-583 


2269 


A-281 


2016-18 


A-400 


254-55 


A-587 


(2702a) 


A-283 


1626 


A-460 


2770-72 


A-588 


2791 


A-286 


463 


A-471 


627-28 


A-589 


2779 


A-287 


879-80 


A-477 


3917 


A-594 


1843 


A-289 


820-21 


A-478 


1016 


A-596 


543 


A-293 


286 


A-488 


243 


A-602 


769 


A-295 


3843 


A-489 


493 


A-607 


775 


A-297 


3428 


A-490 


495 


A-613 


135 


A-299 


1968 


A-491 


531 


A-614 


785 


A-300 


2002-05 


A-492 


519 


A-621 


1027 


A-301 


(3761a) 


A-493 


524 


A-625 


136 


A-305 


134 


A-496 


770 


A-633 


2467 


A-306a 


3932 


A-500 


589 


A-635 


S-96A 


A-321 


2544 


A-501 


798-99 


A-638 


3460 


A-325 


300 


A-506 


571 


A-640 


1146 


A-331 


897 


A-507 


996 


A-642 


S-2814A 


A-332 


902 


A-510 


998 


A-644 


1418 


A-334 


2726-27 


A-512 


957 


A-672 


1471 


A-335 


884 


A-515 


913 


A-674 


1432 


A-340 


904, S-904 


A-517 


805 


A-679 


3821 


A-345 


2605 


A-518 


823 


A-691 


3722 



CONCORDANCES 



447 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



A-692 


3623 


A-895 


2236 


A- 1021 


2790 


A-698 


3695 


A-896 


2243 


A- 1024 


1459 


A-702 


3679 


A-910 


(3985a) 


A- 1028 


348 


A-705 


3696 


A-922 


2615 


A-1030 


3335 


A-709 


986 


A-924 


2964-65 


A- 1033 


1008 


A-710 


311 


A-928 


1726-29 


A- 1042 


S-449A 


A-712 


2592 


A-929 


2403 


S-1044 


3631 


A-713 


3584 


A-930 


3585-86 


A- 1045 


1024 


A-715 


1959 


A-931 


1526 


A- 1047 


353 


A-722 


718 


A-932 


3540 


A- 1055 


1136-37 


A-723 


2129-30 


A-934 


1283-84 


A- 1056 


1138 


A-726 


2134 


A-935 


3508-09 


A- 1060 


1155 


A-729 


2362 


A-938 


3249 


A-1061 


1108 


A-731 


3982 


A-949 


2328 


A-1067 


3333-34 


A-736 


3614 


A-950 


2186 


A- 1069 


3076 


A-748 


1473 


A-951 


1854A 


A- 1070 


1369 


A-749 


2613 


A-953 


2342 


A- 1072 


3443 


A-751 


1004 


A-956 


3195 


A- 1074 


2711 


A-755 


800 


A-957 


974 


A- 1079 


1047 


A-757 


478 


A-958 


2663-65 


A- 1085 


375 


A-758 


540 


A-959(l) 


263 0-3 0A 


A-1089 


514 


A-759 


S-819A 


A-959(2) 


2644-44A 


A-1091 


99 


A-761 


1194-95 


A-959(3) 


2643-13A 


A- 1093 


1733 


A-762 


120 


A-959(4) 


2645-45A 


A- 1095 


3610 


A-765 


2962 


A-959(5) 


2662 


A-1104 


3371 


A-776 


1671-72 


A-960 


591 


A-1117 


1018 


A-778 


701 


A-962 


1880-81 


A-1133 


S-876A 


A-782 


3170 


A-966 


2025 


A-1136 


345 


A-785 


2998 


A-967 


456 


A-1141 


3298 


A-797 


1638 


A-969 


2789 


A- 1143 


2046 


A-803 


1687 


A-972 


2702 


A-1145 


2446 


A-810 


1844 


A-973 


1688 


A- 1146 


2295-96 


A-831 


2498 


A-974 


1982-83 


A-1150 


2829 


A-832 


2502-03, 


A-976 


2264-65 


A-1154 


1697 




S-2503 


A-978 


2318 


A-1156 


(4021a) 


A-833 


288 


A-979 


2024 


A-1158 


809 


A-836 


3010 


A-980 


925-26 


A-1160 


54 


A-838 


3973 


A-983 


51 


A-1161 


61 


A-845 


1630 


A-986 


3178 


A- 1165 


1704 


A-872 


1585 


A-991 


3671 


A-1166 


421 


A-878 


173 


A-994 


3963 


A-1170 


688 


A-883 


2593 


A-1001 


440 


A-1171 


2361 


A-885 


1433 


A-I004 


443 


A-1176 


3625-26 


A-886 


2845 


A- 1008 


1980 


A-1177 


771 


A-887 


2993 


A-10I9 


2830 


A-1181 


131 



448 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



A-1185 


420 




S-3408A 


A-1416 


2039 


A- 1200 


3181 


A-1314 


194 


A-1417 


71 


A- 1205a 


3916 


A-1315 


2355 


A-1422 


1858 


A-1206 


3918 


A-1317 


2545 


A- 1424 


2281 


A-1208 


166 


A-1318 


297 


A- 1425 


2542-43 


A- 1209 


1036 


A- 13 19 


2519 


A-1427 


1932 


A-1217 


2059 


A-1320 


3736 


A- 1428 


3803 


A-1219 


2436-37 


A-1329 


2995 


A- 1430 


2171 


A-1220 


3364 


A-1333 


506 


A-1431 


2608 


A-1221 


276-77 


A-1334 


361-62 


A-1432 


1847-49 


A-1222 


2163 


A-1337 


506 


A-1435 


846-47 


A-1224 


877 


A-1340 


2609 






A-1225 


505 


A-1341 


358 


B-2 


3609 


A- 1229 


149 


A- 1343 


1167 


B-3 


3789 


A- 1233 


1509-12 


A- 1345 


1172 


B-4 


3730 


A- 1234 


1310 


A-1348 


934-35 


B-ll 


2827 


A-1235 


1578-79 


A- 1350 


3643 


B-14 


3771 


A- 1236 


1623-24 


A- 1353 


321 


B-19 


3621 


A-1237 


3272 


A- 1358 


411 


B-20 


28 


A-1239 


50 


A- 1365 


1379 


B-24 


218 


A-1243 


1166 


A- 1366 


3751 


B-25 


693 


A-1244 


1171 


A-1371 


2112 


B-34 


2241-42 


A-1245 


2277-80 


A-1377 


2710 


B-35 


3611 


A- 1247 


3863 


A-1378 


3468 


B-36 


177 


A-1248 


1723 


A-1379 


2233 


B-51 


481-82 


A-1251 


3082 


A-1381 


494 


B-53 


3343 


A- 1253 


121 


A-1383 


1319 


B-54 


3887 


A-1257 


878 


A-1384 


1573 


B-56 


S-3435A 


A- 1262 


409 


A-1385 


3041 


B-58 


3196 


A- 1263 


124 


A- 1386 


1743 


B-63 


2698 


A-1264 


792 


A-1388 


3101 


B-64 


3726 


A-1268 


1179-81 


A-1391 


1424 


B-66 


3197 


A-1273 


2103 


A-1392 


3694 


B-71 


2696-97 


A-1279 


320 


A-1401 


1640 


B-72 


3725 


A-1283 


1628 


A-1402 


2554-55 


B-77 


3836 


A-1284 


112 


A-1403 


2566 


B-79 


1264 


A-1296 


410 


A-1404 


3368 


B-80 


2700 


A-1297 


3801 


A-1405 


1060 


B-85 


3201 


A-1298 


556 


A-1407 


2561 


B-87 


2699 


A- 1300 


324 


A-1408 


1972-73 


B-88a 


3899 


A-1305 


359 


A-1409 


2326 


B-89 


3198 


A-1308 


1187 


A-1411 


2778 


B-93 


2701 


A-1310 


360 


A-1413 


1890 


B-95 


3727-28 


A-1311 


3521 


A-1414 


445 


B-101 


2604A- 


A-1313 


3408, 


A-1415 


3449-50 




04B 



CONCORDANCES 



449 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



B-107 


3184 


B-225 


1714 


B-400 


3935 


B-lll 


3175 


B-226 


1710 


B-404 


1176 


B-112 


1676 


B-227 


2165 


B-406 


3658 


B-114 


3452 


B-231 


1517 


B-407 


3134 


B-119 


1484 


B-232 


1696 


B-411 


3999 


B-120 


1482 


B-233 


1590 


B-413 


2099 


B-123 


3390 


B-239 


1709 


B-415 


3642 


B-125 


835 


B-243 


3640 


B-418 


3009 


B-126 


93 


B-249 


1521 


B-425 


2240 


B-132 


3746-47 


B-255 


1527 


B-431 


3423 


B-137 


697 


B-260 


3451 


B-435 


3906 


B-138 


222-23 


B-264 


193 


B-437 


843 


B-139 


1067-68 


B-273 


790 


B-441 


3149 


B-140 


247-49 


B-277 


3974 


B-444 


1403 


B-141 


719 


B-279 


3608 


B-449 


3811 


B-143 


3994 


B-283 


3202 


B-450 


2026-27 


B-145 


3738 


B-285 


62 


B-454 


2768 


B-146 


3755 


B-288 


1863 


B-455 


S-1124A 


B-150 


3845-16 


B-293 


102 


B-457 


220 


B-151 


1215 


B-300 


3027-28 


B-459 


3218 


B-152 


1048 


B-304 


2634 


B-461 


253 


B-153 


3075 


B-314 


3185 


B-462 


263 


B-155 


108-09 


B-316 


1402 


B-465 


3436 


B-158 


3087 


B-321-22 


I 2868 


B-467 


2877-78 


B-165 


(3907a) 


B-325 


3019 


B-472 


3247-48 


B-168 


3144 


B-327 


2985 


B-473 


3236 


B-177 


3465 


B-328 


3031 


B-474 


3253 


B-178 


3290 


B-334 


S-207A-B 


B-475 


3732 


B-180 


3568-69 


B-336 


883 


B-482 


3211-12 


B-182 


3256-57 


B-337 


119 


B-483 


3221 


B-186 


3091 


S-338 


3876 


B-484 


3242 


B-188 


1965 


B-341 


762 


B-485 


3731 


B-190 


1893 


B-345 


110, S-110A 


B-487 


3240-41 


B-191 


1689 


B-348 


325 


B-488 


3733 


B-195 


1892 


B-349 


1170 


B-489 


3245-46 


B-196 


1894 


B-354 


1502 


B-490 


3251 


B-199 


1690 


B-364 


3415 


B-491 


3205-06 


B-201 


1716 


B-365 


2518 


B-492 


3788 


B-202 


1891 


B-368 


560 


B-493 


3418 


B-205 


1586 


B-369 


3641 


B-494 


3719 


B-209 


1926 


B-377 


1370-71 


B-495 


3250 


B-211 


1963 


B-383 


94-95 


B-500 


2133 


B-215 


1691 


B-387 


3150-51 


B-505 


786 


B-221 


1705 


B-392 


439 


B-507 


474 


B-224 


1680 


B-394 


446 


B-516 


3675 



450 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



B-518 


1286-87 


B-713 


3605 


B-820 


433 


B-526 


3-5 


B-716 


882 


B-821 


436 


B-529 


6 


B-720 


885 


B-822 


246 


B-533 


83 


B-727 


1923 


B-825 


302 


B-547 


1581 


B-733 


2792 


B-826 


3897 


B-548 


1607 


B-737 


2478 


B-828 


616-17 


B-553 


1142 


B-740 


1620 


B-833 


385 


B-557 


675 


B-741 


3086 


B-842 


3180 


B-558 


1771 


B-745 


2735 


B-845 


631-32 


B-579 


1871 


B-746 


1062 


B-847 


88 


B-586 


2121 


B-749 


1528-31 


B-851 


204 


B-588 


196 


B-753 


2317 


B-856 


107 


B-589 


3804 


B-756 


1538-40 


B-857 


562 


B-598 


1227 


B-757 


1741 A 


B-858 


1701 


B-603 


2531 


B-761 


2776 


B-866 


1019 


B-607 


139-41 


B-762 


3203 


B-871 


3427 


B-608 


2359 


B-764 


1376 


B-872 


3309 


B-614 


709 


B-767 


1974-75 


B-874 


367 


B-616 


2273 


B-768 


2034-35 


B-879 


2494-95 


B-618 


725 


B-771 


671-72 


B-886 


3879 


B-620 


1270 


B-773 


3842 


B-889 


3986 


B-621 


1281 


B-775 


373 


B-890 


3058 


B-632 


692 


B-777 


696 


B-895 


606 


B-638 


953 


B-778 


3926 


B-904 


2092 


B-644 


2474 


B-779 


3737 


B-910 


2423 


B-647 


2223 


B-780 


3739 


B-911 


2893 


B-654 


1096-97 


B-781 


705 


B-914 


2751 


B-660 


1099 


B-786 


2275-76 


B-915 


3021 


B-662 


1098 


B-791 


1074 


B-922 


2368 


B-672 


3702 


B-792 


205 


B-924(l) 


412 


B-673 


3525 


B-793 


206-07 


B-924(2) 


379 


B-681 


1508 


B-795 


3777 


B-927 


271 


B-684 


1177 


B-796 


3779 


B-928 


258 


B-686 


1508A 


B-797 


442 


B-929 


3433 


B-687 


948 


B-798 


3780 


B-936 


466 


B-688 


763 


B-799 


746 


B-948 


3903 


B-692 


1839 


B-802 


457 


B-956 


3629 


B-697 


2517 


B-803 


3820 


B-961 


3934 


B-698 


1784 


B-804 


2347-48 


B-975 


3953 


B-700 


1324-25 


B-805 


2713-14 


B-977 


92 


B-702 


3375 


B-806 


3823 


B-979 


1307 


B-704 


3394 


B-807 


468 


B-980 


1329 


B-706 


1357 


B-810 


3817 


B-981 


11 


B-708 


122-23 


B-812 


3947 


B-982 


1313 


B-710 


4009-11 


B-815 


310 


B-986 


1118 



CONCORDANCES 



451 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



B-987 

B-990 

B-991 

B-993 

B-994 

B-995 

B-998 

B-999 

B-1000 

B-1001 

B-1003 

B-1005 

B-1006 

B-1008 

B-1010 

B-1011 

B-1012(l) 

B-1012(2) 

B-1013 

B-1015 

B-1017 

B-1027 

B-1031 

B-1040 

B-1041 

B-1042 

B-1043 

B-1045 

B-1047 

B-1049 

B-1055 

B-1058 

B-1060 

B-1068 

B-1072 

B-1078 

B-1079 

B- 1079a 

B-1086 

B-1087 

B-1089 

B-1090 

B-1091 

B-1092 

B-1093 



S-1118A 

1711 

1595-96 

S-687A 

3092 

1878-79 

2084 

1885 

2066 

S-704A 

1910 

168 

1934 

1226 

1943 

1947 

1901 

1902 

1955 

S-1229A 

(2042a) 

2416 

3997 

3071-72 

2975-76 

3344 

3213 

3208-09 

3214 

3759 

3807 

1201 

162 

600 

3620 

1242 

1252 

210 

1258 

816 

180 

1260 

1261-62 

3677-78 

3837-38 



B-1097 


1255 


B-1293 


3666 


B-1099 


1263 


B-1295 


3714 


B-1100 


184-85 


B-1298 


3770 


B-1101 


3100 


B-1300 


1782 


B-1107 


1043 


B-1304 


3461 


B-1108 


1040 


B-1305 


2287-88 


B-1110 


1385 


B-1313 


2706-07 


B-1I42 


1231 


B-1314 


2329 


B-1177 


314 


B-1316 


395 


B-1189 


31-32 


B-1317 


347 


B-1190 


859-60 


B-1319 


669 


B-U91 


33 


B-1321 


777 


B-1192 


3781 


B-1322 


3919 


B-1194 


579 


B-1335 


287 


B-1195 


(866a) 


B-1336 


2141 


B-1203 


3668 


B-1342 


2172 


B-1209 


2583 


B-1346 


3920 


B-1213 


3393 






B-1215 


3709 


C-l 


2420 


B-1216 


3701 


C-2 


3557 


B-1217 


3712 


C-5 


3573 


B-1218 


3131-32 


C-8 


3570 


B-1219 


819 


C-9 


3562 


B-1220 


3911 


C-10 


3255 


B-1225 


181 


C-ll 


3254 


B-1227 


189 


C-17 


1558 


B-1228 


191 


C-20 


3046 


B-1229 


3576 


C-21 


3306 


B-1232 


2158 


C-22 


1783 


B-1234 


2762 


C-23 


2412-13 


B-1235 


1560 


C-24 


2451-52 


B-1242 


1643 A 


C-25 


2468-69 


B-1243 


2602 


C-26 


3985 


B-1247 


1650-51 


C-29 


3636 


B-1248 


2905-06, S-2906 


C-30 


343 


B-1256 


1599 


C-33 


3259 


B-1259 


2820 


C-34 


2996 


B-1260 


2144 


C-36 


1345 


B-1262 


2568-69 


C-37 


1668 


B-1264 


3515 


C-38 


1644 


B-1277 


3561 


C-45 


845 


B-1285 


550-51 


C-51 


1109 


B-1286 


1629 


C-53 


2 192 A 


B-1287 


3177 


C-54 


3617 


B-1292 


2914 


C-61 


2967 



452 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



C-71 


2465 


C-233 


1160 


C-401 


3277 


C-72 


1457 


C-234 


2486A 


C-403 


2322 


C-73 


1467-69 


C-235 


1193 


C-405 


3080 


C-75 


1406 


C-236 


1173 


C-407 


2817 


C-76 


1410 


C-237 


533 


C-410 


3847 


C-77 


3530 


C-240 


216 


C-419 


2894 


C-78 


2169 


C-245 


1349 


C-420 


3776 


C-79 


3498 


C-250 


3566 


C-421 


3775 


C-90 


1368 


C-273 


2939 


C-422 


(3839a) 


C-97 


2802 


C-281 


2687-90 


C-427 


3674 


C-99 


1280 


C-284 


2429 


C-428 


(3860a) 


C-103 


2427-28 


C-285 


3435 


C-431 


3989 


C-107 


1397 


C-292 


557 


C-443 


2988 


C-108 


1799 


C-295 


3816 


C-447 


1398 


C-110 


1435 


C-297 


1161 


C-449 


2859 


C-113 


927 


C-312 


603 


C-454 


1407 


C-115 


3704 


C-313 


3990 


C-459 


1503 


C-117 


3511 


C-318 


1045 


C-460 


1030 


C-118 


3528-29 


C-319 


1274 


C-465 


2105 


C-120 


1386 


C-320 


889-90 


C-469 


651 


C-124 


1341 


C-322 


3040 


C-475 


3945 


C-129 


1789 


C-323 


3500-01 


C-476 


472-73 


C-130 


1430 


C-325 


S-2563A 


C-485 


3782 


C-131 


1616-17 


C-331 


2999 


C-488 


25 


C-134 


1969 


C-338 


2844 


C-489 


949 


C-136 


778 


C-339 


2992 


C-499 


1288 


C-142 


147, S-147A 


C-343 


1746 


C-500 


1548 


C-150 


2091 


C-347 


3103 


C-503 


2470 


C-162 


1970 


C-356 


2968 


C-516 


1735 


C-168 


1602 


C-357 


2862 


C-518 


3043 


C-169 


1635A 


C-362 


2175 


C-521 


1853A 


C-171 


340 


C-364 


2846-48 


C-523 


1917 


C-179 


1106 


C-366 


2220, S-2220A 


C-524 


1884 


C-185 


413-14 


C-367 


2458-60 


C-534 


3813 


C-193 


1984 


C-371 


1277 


C-543 


1601 


C-194 


1608 


C-372 


636 


C-548 


2266 


C-197 


2140 


C-374 


1278 


C-549 


3243 


C-198 


3133 


C-376 


3234-35 


C-555 


1677 


C-205 


766 


C-378 


1730 


C-556 


3507 


C-206 


674 


C-383 


3457 


C-558 


1294 


C-209 


S-228A 


C-388 


3287 


C-563 


1845-46 


C-212 


3814 


C-395 


3457 


C-565 


1518-20 


C-219 


3277A 


C-398 


3096 


C-566 


1665 


C-223 


1411 


C-399 


3563 


C-567 


2520 


C-226 


1426 


C-400 


3464 


C-569 


1522 



CONCORDANCES 



453 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



C-571 


3231-32 


C-781 


944 


C-956 


3862 


C-573 


3225,3551 


C-784 


1265 


C-957 


3687 


C-592 


3518 


C-786 


3173-74 


C-959 


3513 


C-597 


1913 


C-791 


267 


C-966 


2655-57 


C-599 


3923 


C-795 


(3615a) 


C-961 


3526-27 


C-600 


1921-22 


C-799 


1235-36 


C-964 


3550 


C-604 


2089 


C-800 


1084 


C-965 


528 


C-609 


2310 


C-803 


3442 


C-968 


229 


C-637 


1961 


C-814 


1470 


C-969 


862 


C-638 


1853 


C-816 


2483 


C-97I 


865 


C-639 


2557 


C-826 


3983 


C-972 


866 


C-644 


1550 


C-827 


1428 


C-974 


3486 


C-645 


1660 


C-828 


1494 


C-975 


2433 


C-647 


1915 


C-834 


1506 


C-976 


774 


C-648 


1962 


C-835 


1507 


C-977 


2230 


C-669 


580 


C-836 


1477 


C-979 


3552 


C-672 


1549 


C-837 


1478 


C-981 


2248 


C-679 


1736 


C-842 


544 


C-985 


1276 


C-684 


3828 


C-843 


547 


C-998 


1525 


C-701 


3512 


C-844 


548 


C-1000 


3061 


C-703 


2559 


C-846 


610 


C-1001 


3385 


C-704 


2400-01 


C-855 


1104 


C-1002 


2553 


C-712 


84 


C-860 


1022 


C-1003 


2567 


C-714 


86 


C-861 


3607 


C-1006 


2838 


C-719 


1120 


C-870 


106 


C-1007 


3971 


C-720 


1316 


C-873 


(3035a) 


C-1013 


1797 


C-721 


17 


C-874 


2997 


C-1014 


1071 


C-724 


844 


C-876 


3981 


C-HH6 


97 


C-727 


704 


C-911 


2380 


C-1017 


1115-16 


C-730 


1876-77 


C-9I2 


1643B 


C-1023 


583 


C-731 


2083 


C-915 


1555 






C-733 


1909 


C-916 


3099 


D-7 


2812 


C-735 


169 


C-917 


3422 


D-8 


1460 


C-738 


2067 


C-918 


2617 


D-9 


989 


C-741 


3437 


C-921 


3289 


D-16 


1460 


C-742 


2529 


C-922 


159 


D-17 


1279 


C-754 


2774-75 


C-927 


3673 


D-20 


3616 


C-761 


3618 


C-928 


2787 


D-26 


1663 


C-763 


2811 


C-930 


1988 


D-27 


1738-39 


C-764 


2758 


C-938 


2022 


D-28 


3090 


C-766 


1419 


C-938a 


1447 


D-29 


2851-54 


C-767 


2685-86 


C-945 


3466 


D-30 


1790-92 


C-770 


3849 


C-953 


3637 




S-1792A 


C-774 


238 


C-954 


3859 


D-31 


3403 


C-777 


592 


C-955 


3603-04 


D-32 


2094-95 



454 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



D-33 


1777 


D-223 


2154-55 


D-420 


128 


D-34 


2425-26 


D-225 


2461-63 


D-423 


3496 


D-35 


2492 


D-226 


(3631b) 


D-425 


685 


D-36 


2972-73 


D-227 


(3631a) 


D-426 


1781 


D-40 


364 


D-229 


1859 


D-428 


219 


D-41 


1627 


D-232 


2987 


D-432 


2195A 


D-42 


1409 


D-234 


1580 


D-433 


1211 


D-48 


1501 


D-236 


2378 


D-434 


236 


D-52 


2902 


D-240 


3672 


D-436 


252 


D-106 


344 


D-243 


581 


D-437 


2515 


D-108 


18 


D-244 


3886 


D-438 


744 


D-110 


1333 


D-246 


3870 


D-446 


1330-31 


D-121 


3581 


D-248 


807-08 


D-451 


2122 


D-122 


1035 


D-250 


3316 






D-136 


3865 


D-251 


3541-42 


E-18 


570 


D-139 


3127 


D-253 


1731-32 


E-20 


609 


D-141 


2826 


D-254 


1611-12 


E-26 


1034 


D-148 


404 


D-255 


2391-93 


E-27 


601 


D-156 


458 


D-256 


3681 


E-28 


1102 


D-160 


985 


D-260 


2681-82 


E-33 


604 


D-171 


3965 


D-266 


292 


E-39 


S-473A 


D-176 


1164 


D-300 


3688 


E-44 


1087 


D-179 


3970 


D-304 


2932 


E-45 


2863 


D-186 


3534 


D-305 


3429 


E-47 


1455 


D-187 


2395-96 


D-306 


2499-2500 


E-58 


584 


D-188 


3111 


D-307 


1489 


E-64 


2674-77 


D-189 


44 


D-309 


1656 


E-96 


2958 


D-190 


858 


D-310 


1700 


E-97 


(3987a) 


D-196 


2246 


D-311 


840 


E-98 


3832 


D-198 


1364 


D-314 


1939 


E-101 


3682 


D-199 


2164 


D-347 


(2111a) 


E-106 


509-10 


D-200 


1929 


D-348 


2571 


E-108 


3613 


D-206 


3386 


D-358 


68 


E-109 


2368A- 


D-207 


3691 


D-360 


464 




68C 


D-208 


2619-20 


D-371 


2245 


E-112 


2743-46 


D-209 


3718 


D-372 


2339-40 


E-113 


1805-07 


D-210 


3171 


D-373 


2244 


E-116 


3037 


D-211 


1742 


D-375 


1641 


E-117 


1817-18 


D-212 


1903 


D-379(4) 


1693-94 


E-118 


1551-53 


D-213 


2564-65 


D-381 


1867 


E-120 


1634-35 


D-217 


2989 


D-389 


2297 


E-121 


3305 


D-218 


2547 


D-393 


1699 


E-122 


2109 


D-220 


1575-77 


D-406 


1308 


E-125 


98 


D-221 


3406 


D-417 


3494 


E-127 


3341-42 


D-222 


2285-86 


D-419 


3304 


E-129 


304 



CONCORDANCES 



455 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



E-138 


928 


F-149 


2717 


F-326 


3139-41 


E-147 


3749 


F-151 


3554 


F-327 


(2626a) 


E-156 


453 


F-l 52 


2963 


F-329 


3152 


E-167 


968 


F-153 


2840 


F-332 


1046 


E-170 


663 


F-154 


2431-32 






E-173 


127 


F-155 


752-54 


G-3 


3161 


E-176 


2408-09 


F-156 


2890 


G-4 


3417 


E-178 


1188 


F-l 57 


2866-67 


G-6 


3157 


E-182 


542 


F-158 


2874-76 


G-ll 


3697 


E-183 


595 


F-159 


3676 


G-12 


3706 






F-160 


1196-97 


G-13 


3684 


F-l 


1025 


F-161 


2738-39 


G-14 


3802 


F-3 


1072 


F-164 


801 


G-15 


3729 


F-5 


947 


F-167 


1466 


G-17 


(3700a) 


F-9 


1033 


F-186 


3426 


G-20 


3686 


F-25 


1029 


F-190 


2526-27 


G-21 


3682A 


F-37 


3893 


F-191 


2678-80 


G-24 


3693 


F-42 


1233-34 


F-l 95 


3264 


G-25 


1840 


F-44 


(1061a) 


F-l 96 


1399-1400 


G-26 


3505-06 


F-46 


2077 


F-207 


2913 


G-32 


1841 


F-53 


552 


F-210 


3707 


G-36 


2249 


F-61 


1660A 


F-215 


2115 


G-37 


2444 


F-63 


3034 


F-216 


3689 


G-41 


1619A 


F-64 


2479 


F-222 


1021 


G-43 


3156 


F-66 


2900 


F-235 


3354-55 


G-51 


841 


F-68 


3949 


F-236 


3579-80 


G-55 


1545 


F-69 


3950 


F-240 


312 


G-56 


1546 


F-84 


3975 


F-241 


2837 


G-58 


3331 


F-90 


(3955a) 


F-243 


2869 


G-59 


3590 


F-92 


(3956a) 


F-245 


133 


G-59a 


3278 


F-94 


3948 


F-250 


2901 


G-64(l) 


2357 


F-95 


3951 


F-251 


1425 


G-65 


2167 


F-97 


(3956b) 


F-252 


3244 


G-70(2) 


2357 


F-108 


1541 


F-254 


1125-26 


G-71 


3799- 


F-l 09 


89 


F-257 


854 




3800 


F-l 13 


687 


F-258 


1394 


G-73 


3891 


F-117 


1986-87 


F-261 


449 


G-78 


203 


F-120 


3458 


F-264 


1381 


G-85 


3943 


F-125 


577 


F-283 


3473 


G-95 


1451 


F-127 


3114 


F-285 


2060 


G-96 


1479 


F-134 


720 


F-3 10 


1010 


G-97 


23-24 


F-137 


2694 


F-3 16 


1039 


G-109 


952 


F-143 


1674 


F-3 18 


652 


G-110 


2631-33 


F-145 


1766, S-1766A 


F-321 


1023 


G-lll 


1976-78 


F-148 


2843 


F-322 


3634 


G-112 


1436 



456 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



G-118 


1285 


G-291 


163 


G-416 


41 


G-120 


1564-65 


G-294 


737 


G-419 


408 


G-121 


1744 


G-296 


265-66 


G-421 


2153 


G-122 


3398 


G-302 


(3035b) 


G-428 


1361 


G-123 


2370 


G-310 


943 


G-429 


396 


G-124 


2603 


G-311 


905-06 


G-432 


1218 


G-126 


2562-63 


G-315 


1007 


G-434 


3419 


G-133 


2805 


G-339 


1417 


G-441 


1246 


G-134 


3447 


G-340 


2994 


G-446 


85 


G-135 


3535 


G-345 


3736A 


G-447 


12-13 


G-137 


3532 


G-346 


3782A 


G-448 


1332 


G-142 


2824 


G-348 


1505 


G-450 


1123 


G-143 


3444 


G-353 


1476 


G-453 


1866 


G-144 


3445 


G-355 


3985A 


G-454 


1129 


G-147 


1093-94 


G-358 


2047 


G-455 


1773 


G-148 


1092 


G-359 


787 


G-456 


1875 


G-152 


1481 


G-360 


87 


G-457 


689 


G-153 


383 


G-362 


9-10 


G-459 


3753 


G-154 


(491a) 


G-363 


1574 


G-462 


2072 


G-155 


1661 


G-364 


1334 


G-463 


1907 


G-157 


1537 


G-365 


1141 


G-464 


2356 


G-165 


354 


G-366 


1587 


G-470 


S-724A 


G-168 


452 


G-367 


1318 


G-472 


1935, 


G-171 


1178 


G-369 


1741 




1938 


G-172 


3659 


G-370 


1128 


G-473 


S-748B 


G-178 


476 


G-371 


1130 


G-475 


3825 


G-183 


1448 


G-374 


694 


G-476 


3760 


G-186 


164-65 


G-375 


161 


G-479 


1229 


G-188 


812-13 


G-376 


1906 


G-480 


3606 


G-197 


365 


G-377 


1133 


G-483 


2610 


G-206 


936 


G-379 


1911 


G-486 


290 


G-207 


585 


G-380 


167 


G-489 


3656 


G-214 


349 


G-382 


2125 


G-490 


887 


G-221 


513 


G-383 


2170 


G-503 


811 


G-224 


460 


G-384 


1225 


G-510 


130 


G-233 


3928 


G-385 


2131 


G-516 


828 


G-235 


352 


G-386 


733 


G-518 


829 


G-243 


3946 


G-387 


3824 


G-520 


3446 


G-248 


339 


G-388 


1940 


G-526 


1763 A 


G-259 


929 


G-389 


1900 


G-527 


2773 


G-262 


425 


G-401 


586 


G-528 


2763 


G-265 


328 


G-405 


2365 


G-529 


2766 


G-279 


208 


G-406 


3602 


G-530 


S-1068A 


G-286 


3924 


G-408 


539 


G-540 


1631 


G-289 


146 


G-410 


1681 


G-550 


1401 



CONCORDANCES 



457 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



G-555 


S-195A 


H-77 


3291-93 


H-276 


(658b) 


G-556 


1091 


H-79 


1793 


H-277 


1483 


G-557 


264 


H-80 


2477 


H-281 


3944 


G-558 


2350 


H-81 


2599 


H-289 


848 


G-559 


2729 


H-83 


(2250a) 


H-292 


972 


G-564 


2354 


H-85 


1496 


H-293 


1076 


G-565 


613 


H-86 


3210 


H-294 


418 


G-613 


289 


H-88 


1645-46 


H-300 


2990-91 


G-620 


3883 


H-89 


1359 


H-3 11 


3392 


G-628 


450 


H-90 


1991-93 


H-319 


1223 


G-652 


964 


H-103 


965 


H-320 


2769 


G-693 


724 


H-117 


279 


H-321 


822 


G-704 


3901 


H-143 


3894 


H-323 


668 


G-708 


815 


H-146 


483 


H-324 


3158-59 


G-711 


520 


H-149 


3531 


H-327 


132 


G-715 


1224 


H-151 


2800-01 


H-336 


2911 


G-727 


1480 


H-153 


1498 


H-360 


3632 


G-735 


3984 


H-154 


662 


H-366 


1086 


G-897 


469 


H-155 


834 


H-382 


3652 






H-158 


1388 


H-391 


2654 


H-2 


3300, S-3300A 


H-160 


2032-33 


H-395 


3654-55 


H-3 


2187 


H-162 


52-53 


H-408 


3735A 


H-4 


1829 


H-163 


1318A 


H-427 


3941 


H-12 


305 


H-166 


1721 


H-447 


2865 


H-15 


S-209A-B 


H-169 


3360-61 


H-450 


2073-74 


H-16 


214, S-214A 


H-171 


1214 


H-454 


2127 


H-17 


262, S-262A 


H-172 


2090 


H-459 


2466 


H-19 


104-05 


H-173 


1216 


H-461 


182-83 


H-23 


932 


H-176 


1221 


H-485 


307 


H-24 


930 


H-178 


2785-86, S-2786A 


H-486 


34-40 


H-37 


892 


H-179 


504 


H-487 


212-13 


H-38 


851 


H-192 


503 


H-488 


211 


H-41 


1228 


H-199 


676 


H-489 


(216b) 


H-43 


588 


H-200 


898-99 


H-492 


3649 


H-44 


114-16 


H-206 


1788 


H-506 


126 


H-49 


477 


H-209 


2353 


H-511 


1132 


H-50 


3721 


H-219 


643 


H-513 


1064 


H-57 


2311 


H-233 


2435 


H-531 


756 


H-58 


1485-86 


H-238(l) 


326-27 


H-535 


228 


H-63 


867 


H-238(2) 


322-23 


H-540 


2780 


H-64 


997 


H-239 


954 


H-543 


2349 


H-65 


999 


H-242 


995 


H-545 


2345 


H-68 


3487-89, 


H-261 


2861 


H-547 


3474 




S-3487 


H-271 


227 


H-548 


3110 


H-69 


2540-41 


H-273 


2898 


H-550 


918 



458 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



H-555 


1055 


1-15 


910 


1-107 


1440 


H-560 


1811-13 


1-16 


620 


1-137 


1490 


H-56I 


1825 


1-17 


2088 


1-143 


1374 


H-562 


1908 


1-18 


3145 


1-146 


1375 


H-563 


630 


1-19 


3769 


1-163 


855-56 


H-565 


3193 


1-20 


3664 


1-164 


861 






1-21 


3783 


1-165 


863 


Heb-4 


Heb-25-26 


1-22 


197-98 


1-166 


738-40 


Heb-20 


Heb-34 


1-23 


3647-48 


1-167 


471 


Heb-22 


Heb-9 


1-24 


3692 


M70 


747 


Heb-23 


Heb-35 


1-25 


3651 


1-171 


2756 


Heb-24 


Heb- 11-12 


1-27 


721 


1-181 


500 


Heb-29 


Heb-18 


1-28 


2488 


1-182 


63 


Heb-34 


Heb-19 


1-30 


1431 


1-183 


394 


Heb-36 


Heb-32-33 


1-31 


2759 


1-185 


1239 


Heb-39 


Heb-21-22 


1-32 


3662 


1-186 


2304-05 


Heb-40 


Heb-27 


1-33 


2835-36 


1-188 


(2354a) 


Heb-43 


Heb-29 


1-36 


2719-20 


1-189 


1487-88 


Heb-47 


Heb-3 


1-37 


3778 


1-190 


1412 


Heb-61 


Heb-8 


1-38 


3703 


1-191 


501-02 


Heb-62 


Heb-4 


1-39 


912 


1-192 


660 


Heb-64 


Heb-10 


1-40 


576 


1-193 


331 


Heb-67 


Heb-3 


1-41 


614 


1-195 


3650 


Heb-68 


Heb-23-24 


1-42 


607 


1-199 


3639 


Heb-69 


Heb-5-6 


1-44 


951 


1-207 


3619 


Heb-73 


Heb-17 


1-45 


2212 


1-210 


3125-26 


Heb-76 


Heb-2 


1-47 


2419 


1-212 


2404-06 


Heb-77 


Heb-15-16 


1-48 


2880 


1-220 


924 


Heb-80 


Heb-1 


1-50 


2253 


1-223 


1250-51 


Heb-82 


Heb-28 


1-52 


2892 






Heb-85 


Heb-13-14 


1-53 


2896-97 


J-2 


797 


Heb-87 


Heb-3 1 


1-54 


2530 


J-ll 


486 


Heb-88 


Heb-20 


1-55 


3959 


J-12 


484 


Heb-98 


Heb-7 


1-56 


3980 


J14 


3600 






1-57 


3966 


J-15 


590 


1-4 


507-08 


1-59 


470 


J-20 


1267 


1-5 


2120 


1-75 


793 


J-27 


817-18 


1-6 


3929 


1-81 


499 


J-30 


1031 


1-8 


2146 


1-83 


401 


J-43 


3556 


1-9 


3405 


1-84 


1101 


J-45 


3441 


1-10 


2086 


1-95 


103 


J-53 


3475 


Ml 


2192 


1-96 


1864 


J-56 


3936 


1-12 


3933 


1-99 


S-345A 


J-64 


535 


1-13 


911 


1-102 


1272 


J-65 


402 


1-14 


270 


1-103 


S-978A 


J-66 


3741 



CONCORDANCES 



459 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



J-70 


137-38 


J-252 


2501 


J-427 


3877 


J-76 


545 




J-258 


342 


J-429 


2028-30 


J-77 


567 




J-260 


1159 


J-431 


2037 


J-81 


90 




J-265 


2270 


J-436 


117 


J-89 


1633 




J-267 


374 


J-438 


3660 


J-90 


679 




J-268(a) 


199 


J-439 


3785-86 


J-96 


398 




J-276 


1314 


J-456 


594 


J-97 


680 




J-277 


994 


J-466(2) 


3793 


J-101 


2043-44 


J-280 


(3952a) 


J-468 


759 


J- 103 


690 




J-281 


1896A 


J-470 


736 


J-113 


969 




J-282 


332-33 


J-472 


3670 


J-115 


3763 




J-283 


993 


J-481 


1051 


J-120 


810 




J-284 


382 


J-476 


1232 


J- 120a 


2272 




J-286 


1327 


J-481 


527 


J- 124 


241 




J-287 


381 


J-484 


3373-74 


J-129 


251 




J-293 


3913 


J-486 


2207-08 


J- 132 


748 




J-300 


1328 


J-490 


2910 


J-133 


259 




J-309 


2096 


J-493 


1147 


J- 134 


176 




J-310 


2379 


J-496 


3160 


J-135 


S-1080A 


J-313 


2430 


J-497 


599 


J-138 


1271 




J-315 


915 


J-499 


654 


J-150 


3993 




J-317 


536 


J-500 


2116-17 


J-168 


713 




J-318 


546 


J-512 


16 


J-172 


977 




J-326 


3456 


J-514 


1655 


J-188 


593 




J-327 


666 


J-516 


1121 


J-191 


2272 




J-330 


558-59 


J-517 


1658 


J-196(l) 


3882 




J-333 


2139 


J-518 


1122 


J- 198 


3787 




J-340 


3523 


J-519 


1592 


J-201 


3478- 


-79 


J-345a 


1895 


J-521 


1958 


J-202 


2723- 


25 


J-354 


2705 


J-525 


13 92 A 


J-204 


2781- 


84 


J-372 


462 


J-528 


1135 


J-208 


2082 




J-380 


1207 


J-529 


707-08 


J-209 


3401 




J-383 


47 


J-530 


1208-09 


J-210 


2085 




J-391 


566 


J-533 


170 


J-211 


2180- 


81 


J-393 


2226 


J-537 


2080 


J-212 


2188- 


89 


J-402 


1613 


J-541 


1944 


J-213 


2184 




J-405 


1808 


J-544 


2036 


J-214 


2974 




J-406 


1833 


J-545 


1952 


J-216 


2648- 


53 


J-409 


2283-84 


J-548 


1591 


J-225 


1320 




J-410 


2203 


J-549 


691 


J-226 


760 




J-414 


3669 


J-550 


1928 


J-227 


761 




J-418 


3624 


J-550a 


1931 


J-237 


1077 




J-419 


2538-39 


J-551 


1936 


J-245 


2761 




J-420 


1052 


J-553 


1949 


J-247 


448 




J-425 


3931 


J-555 


1360 



460 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



J-556 


2809 


J-642 


1649 


L-68 


2627-28 


J-558 


2126 


J-645 


1914 


L-70 


3295 


J-559 


2132 


J-646 


1918 


L-71 


1492-93 


J-562 


1948 


J-652 


2251 


L-76 


2970 


J-563 


1953 


J-656 


3829 


L-81 


3853 


J-565 


1362 


J-657 


2414 


L-85 


1348 


J-568 


2808 


J-660 


3519 


L-87 


2730 


J-569 


695 


J-662 


2549 


L-91 


3991-92 


J-570 


2168 


J-663 


2556 


L-95 


3612 


J-572 


1951 


J-664 


755 


L-96 


784 


J-574 


14 


J-665 


2523 


L-104 


465 


J-577 


1597 


J-667 


3307 


L-107 


1474 


J-578 


3752 






L-121 


2093 


J-581 


710-11 


K-8 


806 


L-126 


538 


J-582? 


1930 


K-13 


1979 


L-130 


S-1269A 


J-582a 


2128 


K-14 


2023 


L-134 


1796 


J-584 


1937 


K-15 


2038-38A 


L-139 


2138 


J-586 


1941 


K-16 


2041-42 


L-142 


3798 


J-592 


1657 


K-23 


S-643A 


L-143 


1603-04 


J-593 


1779 


K-24 


209 


L-146 


894 


J-599 


1945-46 


K-25 


605 


L-147 


838-39 


J-603 


637-38 


K-29 


376 


L-163 


145 


J-604 


646 


K-30 


377 


L-165 


2646 


J-605 


2102 


K-33 


380 


L-169 


2673 


J-610 


1387 






L-170 


3379 


J-61I 


2100-01 


L-3 


1289-90 


L-171 


3499 


J-612 


2622 


L-5 


1532 


L-172 


1659 


J-613 


1554 


L-6 


1311-12 


L-174 


2799 


J-617 


3077 


L-8 


1745 


L-185 


621-22 


J-618 


1664 


L-9 


1707-08 


L-188 


3910 


J-619 


2224 


L-10 


2410-11 


L-204 


1103 


J-620 


2221 


L-ll 


2546 


L-215 


3186 


J-621 


2216 


L-12 


2314-15 


L-218 


2891 


J-622 


2464 


L-13 


2524-25 


L-219 


3285 


J-623 


(3631c) 


L-24 


2618 


L-221 


2981 


J-625 


1698 


L-25 


2624A 


L-227 


917 


J-631 


3042 


L-44 


596 


L-232 


4002 


J-632 


1544 


L-45 


641 


L-234 


3858 


J-634 


1642 


L-46 


518 


L-235 


4014 


J-636 


3053 


L-47 


521 


L-237 


1300-02 


J-636a 


3042 


L-48 


S-567A 


L-238 


1513-14 


J-637 


3057 


L-49 


2702A 


L-241 


3059 


J-638 


3047 


L-53 


3476 


L-244 


3326-27 


J-640 


3062 


L-55 


3 82 A 


L-245 


2421 


J-641 


3168 


L-56 


2151 


L-247 


2453-54 



CONCORDANCES 



461 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



L-248 


2262-63 


M-5 


3848 


M-183 


1065 


L-251 


1363 


M-6 


3850 


M-192 


3280 


L-254 


1886 


M-7 


(3851a) 


M-193 


3183 


L-255 


2218-19 


M-8 


1566-67 


M-196 


3187 


L-259 


1256 


M-9 


3396 


M-198 


3819 


L-264 


179 


Mil 


3400 


M-199 


3587 


L-266 


1257 


M-12 


2217 


M-202 


788 


L-268 


1081 


M-13 


2472-73 


M-203 


3176, 


L-271 


1078 


M-14 


2493 




S-3176 


L-272 


1083 


M-16 


1734 


M-205 


3069 


L-273 


1396 


M-23(l) 


3665 


M-206 


2616 


L-277 


1395 


M-23(2) 


3667 


M-208 


2325 


L-279 


1404 


M-25 


3356-58 


M-223 


435 


L-289 


305 


M-40 


406-07 


M-236 


1609 


L-296 


1747-48 


M-41 


3589 


M-239 


1593-94 


L-299 


3502 


M-44 


3593 


M-252 


2508 


L-305 


2509-11 


M-45 


3743 


M-262 


522 


L-307 


2533-34 


M-46 


3744 


M-263 


1219-20 


L-308 


3153 


M-56 


(3836a) 


M-274 


3051 


L-313 


3635 


M-57 


1322 


M-276 


3105 


L-315 


2358 


M-59 


3297 


M-284 


S-1619B 


L-317 


3977 


M-62 


1393 


M-289 


1456 


L-320 


2966 


M-63 


1006 


M-290 


1437 


L-322 


447 


M-64 


3434 


M-297 


1536 


L-328 


2449 


M-66 


2718 


M-300 


1682-83 


L-329 


2516 


M-67 


1061 


M-303 


3359 


L-331 


2418 


M-68 


3638 


M-305 


1904-05 


L-333 


3383-84 


M-77 


3199-3200 


M-308 


1924-25 


L-334 


2417 


M-80 


2841 


M-309 


3118 


L-335 


2691-92 


M-83 


2647 


M-310 


2445 


L-356 


3907 


M-84 


2658 


M-311 


2254-55 


L-360 


3987 


M-92 


2185 


M-312 


2381 


L-364 


3875 


M-93 


2156-57 


M-319 


849-50 


L-369 


3687 


M-95 


3270 


M-320 


853 


L-379 


757-58 


M-96 


3310 


M-321 


3192 


L-383 


3952 


M-100 


2213 


M-322 


2147 


L-390 


3627 


M-114 


2572 


M-323 


230 


L-391 


3628 


M-120 


2573 


M-324 


2149 


L-393 


563-65 


M-136 


3717 


M-325 


239 


L-394 


526 


M-143 


2576 


M-326 


717 


L-396 


154-56 


M-147 


1408 


M-327 


296 


L-399 


1259 


M-154 


3888 


M-328 


303 


L-413 


4001 


M-161 


424 


M-329 


221 


L-414 


3995 


M-162 


490 


M-333 


1139 


L-416 


4016 


M-171 


2485 


M-339 


215 



462 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



M-341 


1441 


M-524 


1247-49 


M-795 


971 


M-342 


3023 


M-528 


541 


M-798 


1189 


M-362 


645 


M-532 


1124 


M-800 


480 


M-365 


3567 


M-533 


225-26 


M-803 


489 


M-367 


29 


M-534 


378 


M-804 


491 


M-373 


1495 


M-535 


295 


M-805 


3661 


M-376 


3905 


M-537 


1082 


M-808 


3054 


M-380 


2796-97 


M-544 


299 


M-810 


3089 


M-382 


3710 


M-550 


3258 


M-815 


336-36A 


M-390 


575 


M-551 


1724 


M-817 


2825 


M-394 


(S-833b) 


M-558 


1000 


M-824 


1462 


M-396 


26 


M-560 


3773 


M-825 


(1432a- 


M-399 


2873 


M-561 


2040 




32b) 


M-417 


2899 


M-568 


3705 


M-839 


461 


M-418 


274 


M-571 


3915 


M-843 


665 


M-421 


1245 


M-573 


1210 


M-844 


2813 


M-425 


243 5 A 


M-577 


S-3155A 


M-847 


2113 


M-427 


2978 


M-579 


3762 


M-852 


2575 


M-432 


1169 


M-582 


2507 


M-853 


3558 


M-433 


582 


M-590 


3266 


M-857 


3074 


M-434 


475 


M-599 


1500 


M-864 


3937 


M-438 


1860 


M-672 


976 


M-869 


569 


M-441 


1203 


M-677 


313 


M-875 


2607 


M-447 


3036 


M-683 


639 


M-877 


308-09 


M-450 


1614-15 


M-704 


3275 


M-880 


2629 


M-451 


3957 


M-705 


3073 






M-452 


1809, S-1809 


M-707 


2591 


N-6 


3510 


M-453 


2394 


M-721b 


3860 


N-8 


4013 


M-454 


2535 


M-737 


1639 


N-10 


1100 


M-465 


148 


M-743 


768 


N-14 


2196-97 


M-467 


29 


M-744 


780 


N-22 


804 


M-473 


3154 


M-747 


429 


N-24 


1032 


M-479 


192 


M-750 


3690 


N-44 


2532 


M-488 


3961 


M-751 


3711 


N-51 


2819 


M-497 


487 


M-752 


80 


N-57 


1542-43 


M-502 


3312 


M-753 


S-1107A 


N-59 


3330 


M-503 


1780 


M-754 


S-837A 


N-60 


1605 


M-504 


1679 


M-755 


852 


N-63 


677-78 


M-512 


3453 


M-756 


235 


N-68 


1610 


M-514 


2143 


M-757 


240 


N-70 


2757 


M-517 


2031 


M-758 


742-43 


N-71 


1772 


M-518 


3520 


M-759 


S-255A 


N-73 


1872-74 


M-520 


2909 


M-760 


268 


N-74 


1618 


M-522 


649-50 


M-763 


3898 


N-75 


1619 


M-523 


991 


M-775? 


3900 


N-78 


2118 



CONCORDANCES 



463 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



N-87 

N-91 

N-96 

N-97 

N-100 

N-119 

N-121 

N-129 

N-130 

N-131 

N-150 

N-151 

N-154 

N-160 

N-161 

N-167 

N-170 

N-171 

N-174 

N-176 

N-180 

N-183 

N-188 

N-195 

N-207 

N-211 

N-212 

N-215 

N-223 

N-226 

N-237 

N-256 

N-257 

N-258 

N-264 

N-265 

N-267(2) 

N-267(3) 

N-268 

N-271 

N-272 

N-273 

N-274 

N-278 

N-279 



285 

256 

(1376a) 

272-73 

479 

2235 

2586 

941 

3338 

1295 

741 

3872 

3874 

1559 

3454 

572 

316 

931 

341 

573-74 

1117 

397 

317 

3595 

334 

3601 

217 

940 

537 

1798 

2422 

1757 

933 

938 

2752-53 

1582 

3363 

3362 

3397 

2486 

2455 

2736 

3167 

4021 

3332 



0-7 


1499 


0-9 


3791-92 


Oil 


3663 


0-13 


3794-95 


0-14 


992 


0-15 


3796-97 


0-18 


244-45 


0-23 


981-82 


0-28 


3395 


0-38 


3273 


0-43 


2234 


0-57 


2704 


0-59 


2327 


0-73 


3216 


0-79 


2229A 


0-94 


2823 


0-96 


529-30 


0-97 


3493 


0-98 


1785-86 


O-101 


2623-24 


O-102 


3644-45 


O-103 


3022 


O-110 


673 


0-113 


615 


0-128 


1647 


0-131 


3495 


0-134 


2173-74 


0-136 


2440 


0-137 


2389 


0-143 


2552 


0-151 


3282 


0-158 


2252 


0-166 


2580 


0-171 


3065 


0-172 


2190 


0-173 


3117 


0-174 


2487 


0-175 


1452 


0-176 


2570 


0-182 


3345 


0-183 


2389 


0-184 


3913A 


0-185 


2227 


0-188 


2298 


0-189 


2104 



O-190 


2513 


0-193 


2528 


O-201 


2577 


P-5 


3522 


P-6 


3524 


P-13 


3724 


P-14 


3301 


P-25 


2886 


P-28 


96 


P-30 


2150 


P-34 


370 


P-35 


1869 


P-41 


S-369A 


P-44(5) 


1685 


P-45 


1119 


P-46 


1584 


P-47(2) 


1334A 


P-48 


1200 


P-49 


1882 


P-51 


1163 


P-54 


1942 


P-55 


3166 


P-58 


1535 


P-59 


371 


P-60 


2075 


P-66 


1706 


P-69 


665A 


P-74 


(2626b) 


P-75 


3018 


P-76 


3826-27 


P-78 


2063 


P-83 


1114, 




S-1114A 


P-87 


2360 


P-102 


864 


P-114 


3938 


P-118 


3996 


P-122 


(3803a) 


P-125 


3964 


P-129 


S-945A 


P-143 


459 


P-151 


644 


P-159 


587 


P-161 


1497 



464 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



P-178 


3097 


P-351 


3424-25 


P-437 


1868 


P-180 


979-80 


P-353 


2097-98 


P-438 


2807 


P-181 


990 


P-354 


2587-89 


P-439 


1326 


P-182 


3098 


P-355 


3148 


P-442 


2828 


P-185 


1803 


P-356 


2558 


P-443 


1416 


P-188 


1028 


P-357 


2489-90 


P-446 


842 


P-189 


3927 


P-358 


2733-34 


P-453 


1217 


P-201 


55 


P-359 


3830-31 


P-457 


3942 


P-202 


1304 


P-360 


3735 


P-463 


224 


P-203 


64 


P-361 


3818 


P-465 


1162 


P-204 


3340 


P-362 


2581-82 


P-469 


869 


P-205 


19 


P-363 


659 


P-470 


2114 


P-209 


2346 


P-365 


1191-92 


P-478 


113 


P-210 


1692 


P-371 


1515 


P-480 


1737 


P-212 


1749 


P-373 


2795 


P-481 


681-82 


P-214 


2193-94 


P-375 


1621 


P-482 


1144 


P-218 


2312-13 


P-377 


3480 


P-484 


1204 


P-221 


1666 


P-378 


1667 


P-486 


714 


P-230 


2712 


P-381(l) 


1750-52 


P-488 


764 


P-236 


3459 


P-381(2) 


1753-54 


P-490 


1205-06 


P-243 


1438 


P-383 


1774 


P-491 


1213 


P-261 


3574 


P-384(l) 


2148 


P-493 


2274 


P-267 


909 


P-385 


2176-78 


P-496 


1222 


P-269 


172 


P-386 


1775-76 


P-502 


2303 


P-275 


3958 


P-387 


1778 


P-511 


1107 


P-285 


3572 


P-388 


2434 


P-516 


281 


P-286 


3565 


P-389 


3128-29 


P-519 


157 


P-291 


2375 


P-392 


2261 


P-524 


278 


P-292 


2450 


P-396 


2971 


P-525 


282 


P-293 


2439 


P-399 


1981 


P-532 


3194 


P-298 


3380-81 


P-408 


1069 


P-536 


2754 


P-319 


1920 


P-409 


3387 


P-538 


1454 


P-335 


1148 


P-410 


3939 


P-539 


1044 


P-337 


3715 


P-412 


72 


P-542 


895-96 


P-339 


3720 


P-414 


2621 


P-545 


2737 


P-340 


(1070a) 


P-415 


3533 


P-546 


1298 


P-341 


1854 


P-417 


73 


P-547 


1303 


P-342 


3329 


P-419 


3143 


P-548 


3294 


P-343 


1916 


P-420 


2839 


P-549 


1643 


P-344 


1919 


P-423 


1338 


P-551 


3391 


P-345 


1758-59 


P-425 


1339 


P-553 


3268 


P-346 


2142 


P-428 


190 


P-555 


3481 


P-347 


2191 


P-434 


3467 


P-558 


1382 


P-349 


3121 


P-435 


2323-24 


P-561 


S-2989A 


P-350 


3409-10 


P-436 


3336-37 


P-564 


2442 



CONCORDANCES 



465 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



P-565 


1057 


P-719 


706 


P-807 


3045 


P-566 


2788 


P-720 


S-748A 


P-808 


3320-21 


P-570 


3269 


P-721 


3135-36 


P-810 


3239 


P-571 


56-58 


P-722 


3815 


P-811 


2590 


P-577 


1017 


P-724 


3049 


P-813 


3064 


P-580 


293-94 


P-726 


3066 


P-815 


2884-85 


P-585 


2210 


P-727 


983 


P-817 


1600 


P-586 


2211 


P-728 


1354 


P-819 


3399 


P-587 


1165 


P-729 


1240 


P-824 


3407 


P-588 


3884 


P-730 


1702 


P-825 


3960 


P-590 


2369 


P-737 


1340 


P-828 


1769-70 


P-597 


1190 


P-744 


1049 


P-829 


2764 


P-604 


2815 


P-745 


346 


P-830 


1299 


P-605 


3112 


P-748 


S-980A 


P-831 


69 


P-606 


3416 


P-751 


3588 


P-832 


1588 


P-610 


2447 


P-752 


1636-37 


P-833 


2475-76 


P-612 


1198-99 


P-753 


2803-04 


P-834 


2259 


P-613 


1413 


P-755 


1669-70 


P-843 


438 


P-615 


3078 


P-758 


1695 


P-858 


767 


P-616 


3599 


P-761 


1315 


P-861 


3079 


P-619 


1168 


P-762 


1720 


P-872 


2716 


P-621 


2548 


P-763 


3553 


P-873 


1652-54 


P-629 


656 


P-766 


3262-63 


P-874 


2907-08 


P-632 


3233 


P-768 


1712-13 


P-875 


3123 


P-634 


2611-12 


P-769 


683 


P-879 


832-33 


P-635 


3284 


P-770 


3325 


P-884 


1058 


P-641 


2903 


P-771 


2960-61 


P-886 


2666-70 


P-648 


1475 


P-772 


2373-74 


P-887 


3439 


P-651 


399 


P-774 


1011 


P-888 


3207 


P-658 


1346 


P-779 


1533 


P-890 


2871-72 


P-659 


1414 


P-781 


3119-20 


P-894 


2882 


P-662 


1367 


P-783 


3137-38 


P-896 


2883 


P-668 


336 


P-784 


2536-37 


P-898 


2879 


P-676 


3482 


P-787 


1291 


P-905 


1897-98 


P-680 


2070 


P-788 


1568-70 


P-906 


2760 


P-686 


2491 


P-789 


1297 


P-907 


1296 


P-691 


335 


P-790 


3350-53 


P-908 


2614 


P-700 


3296 


P-791 


3302-03 


P-918 


3274 


P-703 


1420 


P-793 


3348-49 


P-920 


3274A 


P-706 


1366 


P-794 


1761-63 


P-923 


3575 


P-709 


1389 


P-795 


2205 


P-925 


1523 


P-710 


1355 


P-796 


1912 


P-928 


1684 


P-711 


S-1373B 


P-798 


2260 


P-929 


100-01 


P-716 


81 


P-800 


2721-22 


P-931 


2064 


P-718 


3922 


P-801 


1583 


P-939 


2110 



466 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



P-945 


2182 


P-1140 


3265 


R-l 16 


2200-01 


P-949 


1038 


P-1146 


2818 


R-l 18 


260-61 


P-953 


1238 






R-l 35 


2595-96 


P-955 


3768 


Q-9 


(491b) 


R-138 


1241 


P-960 


1516 


Q-10 


(491c) 


R-140 


1202 


P-964 


1686 


Q-20 


1794-95 


R-147 


S-447A 


P-968 


2123 


Q-21 


S-3329A 


R-l 50 


661 


P-971 


2331-32 


Q-26 


1556 


R-l 55 


1154 


P-972 


2471 


Q-27 


3055-56 


R-l 64 


430 


P-973 


1050 


Q-28 


1856-57 


R-l 65 


3838B 


P-984 


1112 


Q-29 


2300-02 


R-l 70 


257 


P-996 


2578 


Q-30 


2159-62 


R-172 


3485 


P-997 


3967 






R-176 


2337-38 


P-1001 


511-12 


R-l 


67 


R-l 77 


2247 


P-1003 


1768 


R-2 


3740 


R-l 78 


3411 


P-1005 


1423 


R-7 


670 


R-l 79 


2810 


P-1006 


1834-36 


R-9 


1105 


R-l 82 


2069 


P-1010 


945 


R-10 


2049 


R-l 83 


2282 


P-1023 


857 


R-12 


886 


R-l 84 


2709 


P-1025 


428 


R-14 


891 


R-l 86 


2198 


P-1027 


3890 


R-15 


416 


R-l 87 


1323 


P-1033 


2671-72 


R-16 


779 


R-l 90 


3972 


P-1035 


S-3105A 


R-20 


175 


R-194(l) 


1186 


P-1038 


498 


R-31 


3630 


R-l 94(2) 


1185 


P-1044 


306 


R-32 


3880 


R-l 97 


1095 


P-1046 


961 


R-33 


283-84 


R-l 98 


2695 


P-1050 


S-744A 


R-34 


3774 


R-l 99 


2929 


P-1068 


642 


R-37 


699-700 


R-204 


2316 


P-1069 


4022 


R-38 


597 


R-206 


2504 


P-1078 


3026 


R-39 


608 


R-207 


366 


P-1081 


3490-91 


R-40 


S-866A 


R-2 08 


549 


P-1084 


919 


R-45 


538 


R-2 13 


330 


P-1085 


921-23 


R-63 


3925 


R-214 


1282 


P-1086 


1491 


R-73 


250 


R-215 


496-97 


P-1088 


1821 


R-79 


2119 


R-2 17 


1266 


P-1089 


2306-08 


R-81 


(2626c-26d) 


R-2 18 


337 


P-1096 


1814-15 


R-91 


1237 


R-224 


1152 


P-1097 


1826-28 


R-94 


1810 


R-227 


3841 


P-1098 


629 


R-95 


1819-20 


R-231 


525 


P-1108 


2870 


R-101 


626 


R-243 


2816 


P-1109 


2849 


R-l 03 


1725 


R-252 


357 


P-1119 


3002 


R-l 04 


791 


R-254 


351 


P-1120 


2904 


R-l 07 


1822 


R-256 


3914 


P-1136 


987 


R-l 10 


2741-42 


R-257 


836 


P-1139 


3299 


R-l 11 


2237-39 


R-259 


422 



CONCORDANCES 



467 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



R-261 


1800 


S-94 


868 


S-225 


3008 


R-264 


1801-02 


S-96 


975 


S-226 


2925 


R-270 


1823-24 


S-101 


S-450A 


S-227 


2955 


R-271 


1830 


S-l 03 


386 


S-228 


3582-83 


R-276 


201-02 


S-104 


3483 


S-229 


2959 


R-277 


3766-67 


S-l 07 


3279 


S-231 


2881 


R-278 


3868-69 


S-112 


3182 


S-232 


2920 


R-281 


1143 


S-113 


830 


S-234 


3013 


R-285 


431 


S-116 


831 


S-235 


3024-25 


R-313 


(3736a) 


S-117 


2850 


S-236 


2943 


R-315 


(3636a) 


S-123 


1377 


S-237 


2954 


R-317 


1625 


S-131 


3448 


S-238 


3622 


R-318 


2058 


S-l 60a 


3179 


S-239 


2888-89 


R-321 


1153 


S-168 


3001 


S-242 


(303 5e) 


R-324 


1403 A 


S-169 


2915 


S-243 


2986 


R-327 


2050 


S-l 72 


(3035e) 


S-244 


2952 


R-332 


1390 


S-174 


2934 


S-245 


2912 


R-336 


492 


S-175 


2940-42 


S-247 


3030 


R-345 


942 


S-l 79(a) 


2979 


S-248 


3029 


R-348 


419 


S-l 79(b) 


2980 


S-250 


2927 


R-349 


384 


S-180 


3004 


S-251 


3020 


R-351 


338 


S-181 


2982-83 


S-253 


2945 


R-357 


1458 


S-l 82 


2949 


S-254 


3033 


R-365 


578 


S-l 83 


3005 


S-255 


2946 






S-184 


3006 


S-256 


2947 


S-l 


3516 


S-l 87 


3003 


S-257 


2948 


S-5 


1887-89 


S-188 


2921 


S-258 


(3035e) 


S-8 


2600-01 


S-191 


2834 


S-259 


2833 


S-9 


1851-52 


S-l 93 


2928 


S-263-64 


(3035e) 


S-13 


1350 


S-l 94 


2933 


S-265 


2887 


S-19 


3219 


S-l 95 


2926 


S-266 


2923 


S-21 


554 


S-l 96 


2930-31 


S-267 


3016 


S-22 


1870 


S-197 


2924 


S-269 


(3035e) 


S-24 


3578 


S-198 


(3035e) 


S-271 


3012 


S-30 


1037 


S-l 99 


2918 


S-272 


3014 


S-34 


2206 


S-201 


3007 


S-274 


2936 


S-38 


171 


S-202-03 


(303 5e) 


S-275 


2937-38 


S-46 


712 


S-206 


657 


S-278 


2917 


S-49 


2135-37 


S-208 


2951 


S-279 


2916 


S-50 


2363 


S-213 


658 


S-281 


(3035e) 


S-58 


1149 


S-216 


3035 


S-282 


2935 


S-78 


2550 


S-21 7 


2956-57 


S-283 


3032 


S-81 


2383 


S-220 


2984 


S-284 


2944 


S-82 


3430 


S-221 


2922 


S-286 


2977 


S-84 


2399 


S-222 


3011 


S-287 


2919 



468 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



S-288 


3015 


S-407 


3969 


S-519 


3389 


S-289 


3555 


S-409 


392 


S-527 


2806A 


S-290 


2767 


S-417 


(658a) 


S-528 


2195 


S-292 


2387 


S-425 


3644-^5 


S-532 


3063 


S-293 


3220 


S-426 


391 


S-535 


2747-49 


S-294 


2386 


S-430 


1344 


S-542 


1378 


S-295 


2351 


S-433 


2765 


S-552 


21-22 


S-297 


2065 


S-436 


2441 


S-568 


781, 


S-298 


2335 


S-437 


2424 




S-781A 


S-299 


3217 


S-438 


2574 


S-577 


1337 


S-300 


2388 


S-442 


3873 


S-585 


962-63 


S-304 


3237 


S-446 


400 


S-588{2) 


3878 


S-306 


715-16 


S-455 


1073 


S-589 


160 


S-307 


726-32 


S-456 


967 


S-590 


(3167a) 


S-309 


734-35 


S-459 


454 


S-593 


(3167a) 


S-311 


611-12 


S-465 


1756 


S-601 


(3167a) 


S-312 


356 


S-466 


2341 


S-603 


(3167a) 


S-313 


1066 


S-467 


3050 


S-606 


3577 


S-326 


142 


S-468 


1755 


S-608 


3559 


S-340 


3038-39 


S-470 


1449 


S-609 


3560 


S-341 


2179 


S-471 


3912 


S-613 


3189 


S-342 


2214-15 


S-473 


3908 


S-615 


1572 


S-343(A) 


1444 


S-475 


2344 


S-616 


1351-52 


S-343(B) 


1443 


S-476 


3930 


S-618 


3084 


S-343(C) 


1446 


S-477 


3382 


S-619 


3346-47 


S-343(D) 


1445 


S-478 


1306 


S-620 


2415 


S-344 


1464-65 


S-479 


1598 


S-621 


2204 


S-345 


3215 


S-480 


70 


S-622 


2229 


S-346 


1571 


S-481 


2832 


S-625 


3252 


S-347 


3537 


S-482 


3085 


S-644 


988 


S-348 


3229-30 


S-491 


1463 


S-651 


3881 


S-349 


3546-48 


S-492 


187-88 


S-653 


234 


S-350 


3543-45 


S-494 


3142 


S-680 


1956 


S-362 


765 


S-496 


388-89 


S-683 


1427 


S-368 


3271 


S-499 


647 


S-685 


3514 


S-369 


3311 


S-503 


1293 


S-689 


3855-57 


S-370 


2371 


S-504 


1335-36 


S-691 


1787 


S-371 


2376-77 


S-508 


2292-94 


S-692 


2364 


S-376 


1059 


S-509 


2551 


S-693 


2256-58 


S-377 


3597 


S-510 


3267 


S-694 


2496-97 


S-378 


1358 


S-511 


3174A 


S-699 


3040 


S-382 


2604 


S-512 


1717-19 


S-702 


4004-05 


S-384 


1356 


S-513 


3497 


S-703 


4020 


S-385 


1347 


S-514 


82 


S-704 


4006 


S-396 


3657 


S-517 


2343 


S-705 


3998 



CONCORDANCES 



469 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



S-706 


3413-14 


S-824 


2597-98 


T-126 


1434 


S-707 


3172 


S-825 


3226-27 


T-127 


1384 


S-710 


3412 


S-827 


2521-22 


T-130 


2267 


S-714 


3222-24 


S-828 


2268 


T-131 


2250 


S-716 


3106-09 


S-829 


3163-65 


T-138 


444 


S-717 


3094 


S-830 


2814 


T-144 


2635-37 


S-718 


3162 


S-854 


1760 


T-145 


2625-26 


S-721 


3365-67 


S-862 


970 


T-146a 


3902 


S-722 


3402 


S-863 


1085 


T-155 


3314-15 


S-724 


1662 


S-865 


1079 


T-156 


1317 


S-725 


2438, S-2438 


S-868 


1243 


T-158 


2638-40 


S-726 


3492 






T-159 


3675 


S-731 


415 


T-6 


1547 


T-171 


1865 


S-733 


390 


T-7 


3067-68 


T-172 


2334 


S-734 


1063 


T-8 


2456-57 


T-175 


369 


S-741 


958-60 


T-15 


1275 


T-179 


368 


S-748 


966 


T-16 


91 


T-184 


664 


S-749 


195 


T-22 


2078 


T-185 


888 


S-750 


3598 


T-33 


1089 


T-190 


S-110B 


S-752 


1002 


T-38 


1088 


T-195(l) 


2319-20 


S-757 


2594 


T-40 


(3835a) 


T-195(3) 


2299 


S-758 


2969 


T-42(l) 


3834 


T-197 


2806 


S-759 


1070 


T-42(2) 


3833 


T-205 


1883 


S-764 


916 


T-43 


(3835a) 


T-208 


49 


S-753 


633-35 


T-45 


3808-09 


T-212 


1606 


S-778 


3892 


T-47 


3685 


T-213 


3335A 


S-783 


455 


T-48 


S-1018A 


T-222 


2071 


S-789 


3276 


T-50 


1421 


T-225 


1292 


S-794 


1534 


T-52 


1422 


T-226 


523 


S-796 


3319 


S-59 


4015 


T-228 


937 


S-797 


2222 


T-75 


3308 


T-234 


1244 


S-798 


2225 


T-76 


956 


T-235 


2352 


S-800 


1861 


T-79 


3328 


T-248 


2755 


S-802 


2309 


T-83 


200 


T-251 


2732 


S-806 


1373A 


T-89 


2152 


T-252 


1703 


S-807 


1406A 


T-91 


3790 


T-254 


2199 


S-809 


1461 


T-92 


2514 


T-256 


2703 


S-810 


387 


T-94 


174 


T-258 


2051-52 


S-812 


2798 


T-101 


186 


T-259 


3095 


S-813 


1353 


T-102 


3680 


T-262 


3081 


S-817 


1561 


T-103 


2443 


T-263 


772 


S-820 


1855 


T-112 


1391 


T-268 


978 


S-821 


3060 


T-117 


2106-07 


T-273 


30 


S-822 


1933 


T-119 


1134 


T-274 


329 


S-823 


3122 


T-120 


3784 


T-283 


1150 



470 



CONCORDANCES 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



T-306 

T-319 

T-322 

T-327 

T-333 

T-343 

T-344 

T-346 

T-348 

T-351 

T-352 

T-356b 

T-359 

T-364 

T-367 

T-372 

T-373 

T-374 

T-391 

T-394 

T-395 

T-397 

T-399 

T-400 

T-422 

T-424 

T-432 

T-433 

T-441 

T-442 

T-447 

T-449 

T-452 

T-456 

T-459 

T-462 

T-477 

T-478 

T-479 

T-480 

T-481 

T-483 

T-487 

T-488 

T-492 



3822 

893 

1020 

350 

1026 

275 

3805 

403 

3904 

3866 

826 

3867 

3322-24 

2407 

3538 

2289-91 

2512 

2584-85 

1504 

1305 

1562-63 

3503 

2048 

2045 

405 

426 

814 

45 

648 

42-43 

(1047a) 

46 

1182-84 

48 

655 

2366-67 

773 

2777 

1269 

1622 

1268 

555 

1365A 

1372 

795 



T-495 


129 


T-500 


2793 


T-503 


794 


T-504 


653 


T-505 


2344A 


T-506 


1127 


T-515 


(833a) 


T-518 


532 


T-522 


15 


T-524 


20 


T-529 


3962 


T-530 


1158 


T-546 


776 


T-548 


3420 


T-555 


1450 


T-558 


S-1094A 


T-568 


3564 


U-4 


2209 


U-5 


3472 


U-9 


1964 


U-ll 


3421 


U-13 


3169 


U-16 


3759A 


U-17 


1673 


U-21 


2484A 


U-22 


3404 


U-24 


1896 


U-28 


3750 


U-35 


3594 


U-37 


1343 


U-39 


2166 


U-41 


2111 


U-42 


1342 


U-43 


3288 


U-44 


1365 


U-45 


3102 


U-46 


3462 


U-50 


3536 


U-52 


3571 


U-53 


3484 


U-55 


2061-62 


U-56 


(3035c) 


U-63 


3504 


U-66 


2659-61 



U-69 


3281 


U-78 


3954-55 


U-81a 


(S-1279a) 


V-2 


1151 


V-4 


1080 


V-8 


3835 


V-9 


(3838a) 


V-10 


1042 


V-21 


2842 


V-23 


7-8 


V-24 


1524 


V-26 


1678 


V-29 


3044 


V-33 


1960 


V-34 


2145 


V-36 


1967 


V-38 


2087 


V-39 


2202 


V-44 


3947A 


V-60 


2081A 


V-63 


2183 


V-68 


2484 


V-70 


125 


V-74 


2953 


V-76 


1415 


V-77 


3698 


V-79 


3699- 




3700 


V-80 


516 


V-88 


3369-70 


V-89 


3376-77 


V-90 


3378 


V-96 


1675 


V-104 


3864 


V-113 


393 


V-125 


1254 


V-141 


3806 


V-146 


2397-98 


V-147 


2390 


V-148 


2402 


V-166 


1648 


V-167 


1722 


V-181 


3313 


V-186 


2124 



CONCORDANCES 



471 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



Goff 



HUL 



V-188 


722-23 


V-307 


2382 


W-36 


872 


V-196 


3734 


V-309 


3615 


W-40 


1253 


V-206 


1053 


V-313 


1015 


W-42 


451 


V-213 


3683 


V-317 


796 


W-47 


150 


V-216 


2864 


V-320 


301 


W-48 


870 


V-217 


2895 


V-321 


1740 


W-51 


(1061b) 


V-235 


802-03 


V-323 


955 


W-61 


(1033a) 


V-237 


598 


V-335 


1113 


W-65 


3646 


V-242 


745 


V-338 


837 


W-66 


1012-13 


V-251 


427 


V-340 


684 


W-69 


65 


V-253 


434 


V-342 


1131 


W-70 


66 


V-254 


441 


V-346 


231-32 






V-260 


1054 


V-347 


1212 


X-5 


3088 


V-267 


3260 


V-348 


242 


X-7 


3956 


V-272 


3146-47 


V-352 


2448 






V-273 


3052 


V-354 


298 


Y-l 


4007 


V-275 


3978 


V-355 


749-50 


Y-2 


4008 


V-277 


1156-57 


V-361 


875-76 


Y-3 


4019 


V-281 


2054-55 


V-367 


973 






V-284 


553 


V-373 


2693 


Z-4 


1862 


V-285 


698 






Z-10 


3470 


V-286 


2057 


W-2 


3844 


Z-12 


1439 


V-290 


702 


W-4 


(1061c) 


Z-13 


118 


V-291 


2053 


W-5 


1003 


Z-14 


3988 


V-292 


77-79 


W-ll 


946 


Z-18 


3723 


V-293 


151-53 


W-16 


(1100a) 


Z-20 


908 


V-294 


2056 


W-17 


178 


Z-25 


2384-85 


V-301 


1014 


W-19 


355 


Z-26 


1453 


V-302 


914 


W-20 


291 


Z-27 


3190-91 


V-306 


1442 


W-31 
W-34 


871 

874 


Z-28 


2794 



472 



CONCORDANCES 



Not in Goff 



HUL 



HUL 



HUL 



27 

111 

372 

485 

498A 

517 

602 

782 

783 

789 

873 

903 

920 

939 

950 

1041 

1056 

1309 

1373 

1380 

1429 

1448A 

1454A 

1471A 

1472 

1502A 

1589 

1715 

1764A 

1767 



1899 

1927 

1950 

1954 

1966 

2076 

2081 

2506 

2860 

2950 

3017 

(3035b) 

3093 

3124A 

3130 

3188 

3236A 

3261 

3286 

3438 

3463 

3469 

3477 

3517 

3539 

3596 

3633 

3653 

3708 



3713 

3716 

3745 

3748 

3754 

3757 

3758 

3761 

3764 

3765 

3810 

3812 

3839 

3840 

3852 

3871 

3889 

3909 

3921 

3940 

3976 

4000 

4012 

4018 

4021 

S-783A 

S-1342A 

S-1619B 

S-3457A 

S-3588A 



CONCORDANCES 473 

Wrongly Credited to HarvCL, Harv(L)L, or 
BMedL by Goff 



A-lll 




G-326 


L-243 


A-312 




G-701 




A-696? 






N-179 


A-843 




H-110 


N-218 


A-1328 




H-278 




A- 1335 




H-317 


P-251 
P-692 


B-353 




Heb-26 




B-446 




Heb-28 


R-78 


B-471 




Heb-48 


R-114 


B-765 








B-783 




1-26 


S-170(=S-169) 
S-171 


C-167 




J-79 


S-443 


C-455 




J-280(=J-281) 


S-586 


C-572 




J-494 


S-600 


C-966 




J-515 
J-631 


S-809 


D-8(-D- 


16) 


J-673 


T-162 


F-96(ghost) 


L-192 


V-279 



Errata antf Adaenaa 
to Volumes 1-3 



Volume 1 

p. xxii, line 1 Lotte, not Lotta 

— line 1 2 italicize ceskoslovenskych tisku 

p. 17, line 26 m8, notn8 

p. 28, line 18 after Dutton, add: (no. 151 in the Sotheby sale catalogue, De- 
cember 1903) 

— line 28 [i.e., Ahausen an der Brenz], not [i.e., Brenkhausen] 

p. 30, last line Bellingen, not Bellingar 

p. 32, line 16 Pirckheimer, not Pirkheimer 

p. 34, line 23 add note: One leaf of this work is used in the binding of no. 
3896 in vol. 4 

p. 40, line 5 from bottom Seemonshusani, not Scemonshusani 

p. 54, line 2 Snals, not Snalb 

p. 55, line 12 from bottom Goff A-1253 

p. 64, line 9 Lichtenstein, not Liechtenstein 

p. 65, line 6 I. Thomasijnowijch, not J. T. Somosij 

p. 78, line 6 from bottom add: also no. 75 in the Sotheby sale catalogue, 16 
December 1903 

p. 82, line 8 from bottom Zenonis" (i.e., the Augustinian Canons at Reich- 
enhall, OBB) 

p. 116, line 3 from bottom 1905-06, not 1884-85 

p. 131, line 2 from bottom add note: Translated by Peter von Kastel 

p. 141, line 5 [b]4-5, not [d]3-4 



476 ERRATA AND ADDENDA 

p. 156, line 2 from bottom (1668-1743), not (1670-1743) 

p. 162, line 20 "PAZL" (i.e., Placidius Hieber Abt zu Lambach) 

p. 198, line 5 from bottom "Carmeli Leontini" (i.e., Lenzen, Brandenburg) 

p. 204, line 20 by Pseudo-Bartolus 

p. 212, line 9 from bottom Bequest of Frederic T. Lewis 

p. 219,linel7Ulrich&Afra 

p. 263, line 3 Pirckheimer 

p. 266, line 17 add note: See no. 1992 in vol. 2 

p. 282, line 1 1 from bottom Clusa Euehardi [i.e., Eberhards-Klausen] 

p. 283, line 12 from bottom [i.e., Rott am Inn] 

p. 286, line 6 1905-06, not 1884-85 

p. 297, line 3 from bottom 1905-06, not 1884-85 

p. 299, line 21 Elizabeth in runkada 

p. 300, line 8 Hainrico [Kintzner] 

p. 301, line 17 Pirckheimer 

p. 305, line 4 after Kay add: (no. 130 in the Sotheby sale catalogue, May 
1930) 

p. 306, line 19 In a box with other broadsides 

— line 21 change shelf number: bine 2152.5 (A) 

p. 311, line 20 HC 15664* 

p. 325, line 13 from bottom Pirckheimer 

p. 345, line 5 from bottom Virginis in Understorff 

p. 352, line 6 from bottom Augustini Taxa [? cf. BSB-Ink A-21 1] 

p. 358, line 6 Gift of A. Hamilton Rice 

—line 7 Pl.X goes with 923, not 922 

p. 361, line 10 ca. 1473, not 1471 

— line 11 (Venice, Printer of Juvenal, ca.1470) 

p. 362, line 9 pruel" (i.e., Priill, near Regensburg) 

p. 364, line 15 paragraph mark goes before Forma in line 17 

p. 413, line 11 CIBN 2:[755] 

p. 420, line 12 Benedictines of Rott am Inn 

p. 427, line 6 from bottom remove [?] 

p. 433, line 7 from bottom Todd (no. 2 1 1 in the American Art Association- 
Anderson Galleries sale catalogue, October 1929) 

p. 441, line 10 1.4.8.6" (i.e., Paul Graff von Deggendorf) 

p. 454, line 3 S. Annam" (at Bamberg) 

p. 466, line 17 Todd (no. 226 in the American Art Association-Anderson 
Galleries sale catalogue, October 1929) 



ERRATA AND ADDENDA 477 

Volume 2 

p. 22, line 14 from bottom Dutton (no. 168 in the Sotheby sale catalogue, 

December 1903) 
p. 45, line 12 Edited by Paulus Ulmeus, Bergomensis 
p. 49, line 8 from bottom remove de from end of line 
p. 93, line 13 from bottom add (no. 93 in his 1878 catalogue) 
p. 144, line 6 from bottom Fracisco de Dinteville, not deduitemille 
p. 177, line 1 1 from bottom armorial bookplate of Count Dmitri Petrovitch 

Boutourlin, with name trimmed away (no. 1 75 in his 1831 catalogue) 
p. 179, line 7 eponymous 

p. 215, line 20 (Venice, Eponymous printer, 17 July 1483) 
p. 231, line 4 from bottom Barbarigo, not Barbadigo 

p. 247, line 15 from bottom Rotpletz" and "G. Bermehrin, Gustrow 1862" 
—line 14 from bottom "F. L. Keller J. U.D." 
p. 337, line 5 10 November 1491 
p. 405, line 13 Pengk ex 

p. 412, line 3 McClure (no. 767 in the Sotheby sale catalogue, June 1923) 
p. 443, line 8 McClure (no. 731 in the Sotheby sale catalogue, June 1923) 
p. 494, line 4 from bottom McClure (no. 682 in the Sotheby sale catalogue, 

June 1923) 
p. 544, line 1 1 add: CIBN (Z-6) attributes to Abraham Zacutus 

Volume 3 

p. 18, line 13 from bottom "M. Bricius de Cilia" 

— line 12 from bottom Conuentus [Seitenstettensis?]" 

p. 32, line 15 Zappelli, not Zappatti 

p. 70, line 8 from bottom Naldius, not Nandius 

p. 108, line 1 1 add: booklabel "Ex libris Cajetani Melzi Mediolanensis"; 

p. 115, line 15 dignoscendis 

p. 274, line 2 from bottom add: (the arms are said to be those of the Salvini 

family of Florence) 
p. 284, line 18 remove from the library of Richard Ashhurst Bowie 
— line 23 change date to 27 November 191 1 



Plates 

Plate I An Account of the Fire at Harvard-College (Boston, R. and S. 

Draper, 1764) (Size of original, 390 x 315 mm.) 

Plate II Photograph of Gore Hall in 1867 (Reproduced by per- 

mission of the owner, Peter Accardo) (Size of original, 155 
x 215 mm.) 

Plate III Note by Morris H. Morgan mounted in the Milan, 1490, 

edition of Persius (No. 3121; size of original, 203 x 132 
mm.) 

Plate IV Note by Richard A. Bowie mounted in the Milan, 1491, 

edition of Curtius Rufus (No. 3061; size of original, 146 x 77 
mm.) 

Plate V Photograph of the Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library 

about 1936 (Reproduced by permission of the Harvard Uni- 
versity Archives) 

Plate VI Bookplate of James Frothingham Hunnewell, with his 

description of one of his incunabula (Valerius Maximus, 
Mainz, 1471) (No. 8; size of original, 175 x 100 mm.) 

Plate VII Photograph of a corner of the Houghton Library Exhibition 

Room, with incunabula around the walls (Reproduced by 
permission of the Harvard University Archives) 

Plate VIII Photograph of the William King Richardson Room in the 

Houghton Library (Reproduced by permission of the Har- 
vard University Archives) 






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A Catalogue of the Fifteenth-Century Printed Books in the Harvard University 
Library, Vol. 5: A Brief History of the Collection and Cumulative Indices 

complements the earlier four volumes of this series, which catalogues the 
extensive holdings of incunabula in the various libraries affiliated with 
Harvard University. 

As the introduction to the indices, Walsh details the history of the varied col- 
lections at Harvard University. He discusses such topics as the current col- 
lecting policy and acquisition funds. The author then provides cumulative 
indices to the first four volumes of entries, to authors and anonymous titles, 
editors and translators, printers and places, provenances, concordances, 
and identifiable bindings. Like its predecessors, the book concludes with 
representative plates. 

Representing one of the largest collections of incunabula in the western 
hemisphere, the Harvard Library Catalogues will become a basic reference 
tool for all students of European civilization in the fifteenth century. The 
descriptions provide information about format, size, binding, illuminations, 
marginalia, bookplates and labels, and imperfections, as well as the contents 
of the documents. 

James E. Walsh is Keeper of Printed Books at the Houghton Library, Harvard 
University. In addition to having compiled several other library catalogues, 
Mr. Walsh is the author of numerous exhibition catalogues and journal 
articles. 



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