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[Augustini de Ancona sive Triumphi Opera complura].

Author: Augustinus, de AnconaLuca, Lector de OffidaMartin, PopeNicholas, PopeIacobus NycolayAll authors
Publisher: [Offida?, 1419]
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Manuscript : Microfilm   Archival Material : Latin
Summary:
Text of several works by Augustinus de Ancona. See printed catalog for full description: Codices Vaticani Latini. Tomus 2, pars 1. Codices 679-1134, p. 365-368.
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Genre/Form: Illuminated borders
Dated and datable manuscripts
Manuscripts
Illuminated initials (Layout features)
Historiated initials (Layout features)
Illuminated manuscripts
Colophons
Coats of arms
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Early works
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Early works to 1800
Named Person: Augustinus, de Ancona; Augustinus, de Ancona
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Augustinus, de Ancona; Luca, Lector de Offida; Martin, Pope; Nicholas, Pope; Iacobus Nycolay; Biblioteca apostolica vaticana.
Language Note: Latin.
OCLC Number: 69019089
Notes: Ms. codex.
Title from printed catalog.
Layout: Written in two columns of 52 lines. Catchwords.
Script: Written in semitextualis.
Decoration: Fols. 1v and 2r have full illuminated borders with foliate motif; 17-line historiated initial on fol. 1v, depicting an Augustinian presenting a book to Pope Martin V; 18-line initial on fol. 2r, depicting an Augustinian reading from a podium to a small audience; arms of Colonna family in bas-de-page. 9-15-line historiated initials, with illumination, at major breaks, depicting the Augustinian, the Virgin Mary, and/or the Christ child. 7-9-line illuminated initials at head of questions, 3-4-line pen-flourished initials alternating red and blue throughout. Question numbers in running header.
Origin: Luca, lector of the Augustinian house at Offida, commissioned this codex as a presentation copy for Pope Martin V; the manuscript was written by Iacobus Nycolay in central Italy in 1419, probably in the Marche region, possibly in Offida. See colophon fol. 298v: "Finitum et scriptum est hoc opus per manus Iacobi Nycolay et alia prededencia huic operi de alma ... ad peticionem et requisicionem ... fratris Luce lectoris de Offida ... arte pre aliis splend. ..." In red, following the colophon, "Qui scripsit scribat semper cum Domino vivat vivat in celo cum Sancto Bartolomeo."
Shelfmark: Vatican City, Biblioteca apostolica vaticana, Cod. Vat. lat. 938.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. St. Louis, Mo. : Knights of Columbus Vatican Film Library, Saint Louis University, [between 1951 and 1958]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Description: 302 leaves : parchment, ill. ; 337 x 236 mm.
Contents: 1. fol. 1v: Epistula dedicatoria. 2. fols. 2r-241r: Summa de ecclesiastica potestate. 3. fols. 241r-247r: Index quaestionum et articulorum. 4. fols. 247v-278r: Tractatus super Missus est. 5. fols. 278r-279r: Index quaestionum. 6. fols. 279r-298v: Tractatus super Magnificat. 7. fol. 299r-v: Blank. 8. fols. 300r-301v: Iterum descripta est Summa de ecclesiastica potestate, art. 1. quaest. 1 et art. 6, quaest. 2.
Other Titles: Works.
Opera complura

Abstract:

Text of several works by Augustinus de Ancona. See printed catalog for full description: Codices Vaticani Latini. Tomus 2, pars 1. Codices 679-1134, p. 365-368.
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