a corpus of texts printed in the 15th century



Text-inc Id:
Bod-inc Id:
Adrianus Carthusiensis De remediis utriusque fortunae.
Analysis of content:
  1. [a1r] Adrianus Carthusiensis: De remediis utriusque fortunae, prosperae et adversae. Incipit: ‘[Q]vondam michi meditanti subiit illa que me sepius occupat cogitacio, futurorum spes, fastidium presencium, iudicii metus, formidoque penarum et quod consequens est . . .’ See Bloomfield 4908; a new version of the treatise of the same name by Petrarcha; see N. Mann, ‘New Light on a Recently Discovered Manuscript of the De remediis’, Italia medioevale e umanistica, 12 (1969), 317-22; idem, ‘Recherches sur l'influence et la diffusion du De remediis de Pétrarche aux Pays-Bas', Mediaevalia lovanensia, ser. I, studia (1972), 80, 83-4; idem, ‘The Manuscripts of Petrarch's De remediis. A Checklist', Italia medioevale e umanistica, 14 (1971), 84-5.
[Cologne: Ulrich Zell, c.1470]. 4°.
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Source: Bodleian ISTC: ia00054000 GW 227; H *93; Goff A‑54; BMC I 188; Pr 858; BSB‑Ink A‑27; CIBN A‑27; Hillard 12; Oates 352; Sheppard 645; Voulliéme, Köln, 5. LCN: 14335228
  1. A-023(1) Copy Binding: Nineteenth-century dark green morocco; on both covers double fillets form a border; double fillets on turn-ins; floral stamp in the compartments of the spine; marbled pastedowns; edges gilt. Size: 222 × 152 × 29 mm. Size of leaf: 212 × 138 mm. Manuscript catchwords at the end of each gathering, manuscript signatures in the lower right corner. Nineteenth-century pencil annotations comparing this copy with the Duke of Sussex's copy, now in the British Library. On [a1r] a four-line Q in gold on blue background. Underlining of headings, initial strokes and paragraph marks in red or occasionally blue, the text framed by red rules. Provenance: Acquired in 1863 for £1. 11. 0; see Invoice Book (1862-4, Library Records d. 430). SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q inf. 2.61.