William of Ockham's Compendium errorum & Summaria (1494, 1495). Binding

Title

William of Ockham's Compendium errorum & Summaria (1494, 1495). Binding

Description

This incunable, printed in Lyon in 1494, contains two works by the English Franciscan William of Ockham, written against the second Pope of Avignon John XXII. Still preserved in its contemporary binding (white tawed leather over wooden boards, with clasps and chain holes, and sewn on three thongs), the copy probably belonged to the College's first library.

Source

Compendium errorum Joha[n]nis pape xxij. [Lugduni, Johannes Trechsel], [1494].
Summaria seu epitomata CXXIIII capitulorum opis XC dierum. Lugduni, Joh[an]em Trechsel, July 16, 1495.

Relation

ISTC, io00009000
ISTC, io00013000

Text

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Original Format

Incunables. [12] ff.; Fol. Ockham's Compendium errorum sometimes bound with his Summaria seu epitomata CXXIIII capitulorum opis XC dierum. Title inscribed on foredge.

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Date Added
August 1, 2019
Collection
England in Castile to 1483
Item Type
Text
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Citation
Anunciación Carrera de la Red, “William of Ockham's Compendium errorum & Summaria (1494, 1495). Binding,” S P A N I S H · C O N N E C T I O N S, accessed July 22, 2024, https://yngalaterra.omeka.net/items/show/6.