Georgius Bruxellensis: Cursus quaestionum super totam logicam.

Edited by Thomas Bricot.

[Freiburg im Breisgau:  Kilianus Piscator (Fischer), ca. 1494]
Fol.   a-g6 h-i4 k-r6 ſ6 s-z6 A-E6.   [170] leaves.
ISTC ig00148000;  GW 10644;  Goff G148;  CIBN G-82;  BSB-Ink G-86.

The work is entered under Georgius Bruxellensis by Goff, GW and BSB-Ink, though under Thomas Bricot by other authorities (including BMC, Pellechet, Polain, Sack(Freiburg) and Walsh).

Date and printer from Sack(Freiburg) 834, based on type and paper-evidence and rejecting G. Langer's attribution to the Basel printer, Johann Amerbach (Gutenberg Jahrbuch, 1968, pp. 119-21).  BSB-Ink assigns to [Johann Amerbach, ca. 1492-95].  GW assigns to [Basel: Michael Furter, ca. 1494].

GIP number: G22
Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Veitch Eg8-a.18 (see main library entry for this item)
Provenance: Christophoros (15th/16th century):  partially read inscription on a1r (title-page) “Xph[oros](?) a X[...]”.
Unidentified monastic owner (16th/17th century):  inscription on verso of front free endpaper “es de S[an]to domjngo.   de fray” (perhaps relating to the Benedictine monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, Burgos province, Spain?).
Fernão da Serra (18th century):  on verso of front free endpaper “de fernão da serra Clerigo natural de boçellas”.
John Veitch (1829-1894), Professor of Logic and Rhetoric, University of Glasgow:  source unknown;  number “112” written in blue pencil in top left corner of front pastedown (a numbering common to many books in the Veitch collection and probably an inventory number).
Binding: Spain/Portugal(?), 16th-century blind-tooled calf over wooden boards;  covers decorated with fillets to form a centre panel surrounded by three frames;  the panel has a reticulated design formed from an interlaced tool, the first frame is undecorated, the middle frame is filled with an interlaced rope-like pattern, and the outer frame is undecorated;  two brass catch plates on rear board;  remains of two leather straps each attached by three brass studs to front board;  title ‘q[uae]stio[ne]s sup[er] tota[m] logica[m]’ written in ink on fore-edge from tail to head;  19th-century square paper label with number ‘30104’ in ink affixed to top spine compartment;  title in blind on compartment below;  fragment of a circular paper label in bottom spine compartment with ink number beginning ‘80[ ...]’.   Size: 304 × 214 mm.
Leaf size: 291 x 208 mm.
Annotations: Occasional marginal annotations, underlining and nota marks in 16th/17th-century hands;  marginal pen-and-ink diagram of a segmented circle on z2v;  occasional guide-letters in brown ink;  eight lines of verse in Spanish in an 18th-century(?) hand on front free endpaper;  seven lines of notes in Latin and Portuguese in an 18th-century(?) hand on E6v;  18th-century(?) shelfmarks (scored through) on front free endpaper;  19th-century price(?) “31/6” in pencil on front pastedown.
Decoration: None.
Imperfections: None.

Manuscript annotations in Georgius Bruxellensis: Cursus quaestionum super totam logicam