Heimericus de Campo: Reparationes librorum totius philosophiae naturalis secundum processum Albertistarum et Thomistarum.

Cologne:  Ulrich Zel, 15 Nov. 1494.
4to.   A8 B-Z6 AA-CC6.   [158] leaves.
Woodcut printer’s device.
ISTC ih00010650;  Goff R146;  BMC I 199;  Bod-inc H-007;  GW 12408.

Goff enters under title and BMC under Aristoteles.  Attributed to Heimericus de Campo by Bod-inc and GW.

Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Veitch Eg7-c.1 (see main library entry for this item)
Provenance: Böddeken, Paderborn, Westphalia, Augustinian Canons Regular, S. Meinolphus  (suppressed 1803):  inscription on A1r in an 18th-century hand “Ad Bibliothecam Domûs S. Meinulphi in Bödeken”.
John Veitch (1829-1894), Professor of Logic and Rhetoric, University of Glasgow:  source unknown;  number “207” 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).
University of Glasgow:  Veitch collection donation, 1895.
Binding: Scotland, 19th-century vellum-covered boards, remains of red leather title label;  sprinkled blue and red-edged leaves;  binder’s stamp on front pastedown “Maclehose, Glasgow”.   Size:  216 x 152 mm.
Leaf size: 210 x 147 mm.
Annotations: Marginal annotations in a 16th-century hand - mainly selecting keywords - in gatherings C-E, together with several pointing hands;  vellum leaf inserted at end containing a list, in a late medieval hand, of saints’ days from the liturgical calendar and references to Roman churches including S. Paulus extra muros and S. Laurentius extra muros.
Decoration: Large initials supplied in red directly onto the page;  some small initials supplied in red on small squares of paper which have then been pasted onto the page;  capitals and paragraph marks stroked in red;  printed running headlines underlined in red;  frequent use of red brackets.
Imperfections: None.

 

Illustrated title-page of Heimericus de Campo: Reparationes librorum totius philosophiae naturalis secundum processum Albertistarum et Thomistarum