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Author Duns Scotus, John, approximately 1266-1308.
Uniform Title Quaestiones in quartum librum sententiarum
Title Subtilissimi doctorus Iohannis Scoti scriptum in quartum librum sententiarum Magistri Petri Longobardi.
Alternative Title Scriptum in quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi
In quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi
Spine Title Spine title: In librum sententiarum
Publication Info Parisij ... : Iis eteni[m] Michael, Martinus (gente alema[n]ni) atq[ue] Vdalricus multiplicant studia, [1473]


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Rare Books 7th Floor  sq Z 241 D9  NOT FOR LOAN  ASK AT HDC

Descript [354] leaves.
Note Main work has no fixed title. Uniform title is one of the most commonly used forms. Main title is incipit. Listed in Hain as no.6428. under title: In quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi.
Printed in Paris by Ulrich Gering, Martin Crantz and Michael Friburger.
With: Vademecum super Sententiarum / Guillaume de Vaurouillon.
Ownership and Custodial History Autograph of E. Gordon Duff.
Copy and Version Identification Note Rubricated, imperfect copy.
Binding Information Post-medieval brown leather binding.
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Author Duns Scotus, John, approximately 1266-1308.
Subject Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris, approximately 1100-1160. Sententiarum libri IV. Liber 4.
Incunabula.
Philosophy, Medieval.
Rare books and special collections.
Alt author Guillaume, de Vaurouillon, approximately 1392-1463. Vademecum super Sententiarum.
Duff, E. Gordon (Edward Gordon), 1863-1924.
Alternative Title Scriptum in quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi
In quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi
Spine Title Spine title: In librum sententiarum
Descript [354] leaves.
Note Main work has no fixed title. Uniform title is one of the most commonly used forms. Main title is incipit. Listed in Hain as no.6428. under title: In quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi.
Printed in Paris by Ulrich Gering, Martin Crantz and Michael Friburger.
With: Vademecum super Sententiarum / Guillaume de Vaurouillon.
Ownership and Custodial History Autograph of E. Gordon Duff.
Copy and Version Identification Note Rubricated, imperfect copy.
Binding Information Post-medieval brown leather binding.
Author Duns Scotus, John, approximately 1266-1308.
Subject Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris, approximately 1100-1160. Sententiarum libri IV. Liber 4.
Incunabula.
Philosophy, Medieval.
Rare books and special collections.
Alt author Guillaume, de Vaurouillon, approximately 1392-1463. Vademecum super Sententiarum.
Duff, E. Gordon (Edward Gordon), 1863-1924.
Alternative Title Scriptum in quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi
In quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi
Spine Title Spine title: In librum sententiarum
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Rare Books 7th Floor  sq Z 241 D9  NOT FOR LOAN  ASK AT HDC

Subject Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris, approximately 1100-1160. Sententiarum libri IV. Liber 4.
Incunabula.
Philosophy, Medieval.
Rare books and special collections.
Descript [354] leaves.
Note Main work has no fixed title. Uniform title is one of the most commonly used forms. Main title is incipit. Listed in Hain as no.6428. under title: In quartum librum sententiarum Petri Longobardi.
Printed in Paris by Ulrich Gering, Martin Crantz and Michael Friburger.
With: Vademecum super Sententiarum / Guillaume de Vaurouillon.
Ownership and Custodial History Autograph of E. Gordon Duff.
Copy and Version Identification Note Rubricated, imperfect copy.
Binding Information Post-medieval brown leather binding.
Alt author Guillaume, de Vaurouillon, approximately 1392-1463. Vademecum super Sententiarum.
Duff, E. Gordon (Edward Gordon), 1863-1924.

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