Lambertus de Monte: Copulata tractatuum Petri Hispani et parvorum logicalium etiam Syncategorematum, cum textu, secundum doctrinam Thomae Aquinatis.
Cologne: [Heinrich Quentell], 6-7 Apr. 1490.
4to. Part I: a-e8 f-l6.6.8 m8 n-q6 r-s8 t-v6 x8 y-z6 A-E6 F8 G6 H-O8 P6 Q8 R-S6. , i-cclxxix,  leaves, the final leaf blank. Part II: aa6 bb-nn8 oo10 pp8. , i-cxix leaves. Part III: AA-DD8. , i-xxxi leaves.
Woodcuts; woodcut initials.
ISTC ij00238600; Polain(B) 2300; Bod-inc J-102; BSB-Ink L-23.
Though entered under Johannes XXI, Pont. Max. (formerly Petrus Hispanus) by many incunable authorities, the authorship of the commentaries is ascribed to Lambertus de Monte.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll BC33-d.11 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Variants:||R6v, second line of colophon: “... Colonie in burſa ...” not as Polain(B) “... Colonie bursa ...”; pp8r, first line of colophon: “Finit text[us] cū copl’atis ...” not as Polain(B) “Finit text[us] copl’atis ...”; DD8r, final line: “... Petri hyſ. dicta ...” not as Polain(B) “... Petri hyspani dicta ...”.|
|Provenance:||Sir William Hamilton (1788-1856), Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, University of Edinburgh: source unknown.
University of Glasgow: Hamilton collection donation, 1878.
|Binding:||16th-century undecorated calf over wooden boards; volume restored and rebacked ca. 1985 by Ian Maver (restoration binder, Special Collections Department, University of Glasgow Library), with new endpapers and flyleaves; original spine covering and much of original rear cover lost; original rear pastedown put back; an unidentified hand-coloured woodcut of the Annunciation, formerly pasted onto the inside of the front board, is preserved separately; a single missing clasp replaced with a modern brass clasp (catch plate on front board). Now housed in a maroon buckram-covered box. Size: 219 x 143 mm.|
|Leaf size:||205 x 137 mm.|
|Annotations:||Lengthy marginal annotations in a 16th-century hand on b4v, c4r and p5v; occasional brief marginal annotations elsewhere, together with underlining and “nota” marks; unread early annotation on rear pastedown; erased (ownership?) inscriptions on a1r and a1v (illegible under ultraviolet light).|
|Decoration:||Woodcut initial “C” on a2r and woodcut initial “C” on mm1r both hand-coloured; woodcuts on e7v, h6v, k2r, m5v and aa1r are all hand-coloured; ten-line initial “C” on B2r supplied in faded red ink.|
|Imperfections:||Wanting the bifolia O1.8 and O2.7.|