The Resource De regimine regum et principum

De regimine regum et principum

Label
De regimine regum et principum
Title
De regimine regum et principum
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Citation location within source
  • p. 2010, no. 6
  • no. 5
  • pp.17-19
Citation source
  • de Ricci, Seymour. Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the United States and Canada. New York, NY: 1937, reprinted 1961.
  • Hirsch, Rudolf. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Archives of the Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, PA: 1983.
  • Kidd, Peter. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in the Library of the College of Physicians, Philadelphia. November 2015.
CitationUri
https://www.academia.edu/19606281/A_Descriptive_Catalogue_of_the_Medieval_Manuscripts_in_the_Library_of_the_College_of_Physicians_Philadelphia
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
ca. 1243-1316
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Giles
Illustrations
illuminations
Index
no index present
Language note
Latin, medieval
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Aristotle
  • Political philosophy, medieval
Label
De regimine regum et principum
Link
http://penn.stage.diedrick.com/viewer.php?id=10a%20212#page/1/mode/2up
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
(fols.1a–256v) “Incipit liber de regimine Regum et principum editus a frate [sic] Egidio Romanus fratrum heremitarum ordinis santi [sic] Augustini. Ex regia ac sanctissima prosapia oriundo suo domino speciali domino Phylippo ... Incipit prima pars ... Oportet ut latitudo sermonis ... deus ipse suis promisit fidelibus qui est benedictus. in secula seculorum. Amen. / Explicit liber de regimine regum et principum. Editus a frate Egidio romano ordinis fratrum heremitarum sancti Augustini. qui est lux illuminans(?) universus.” (see P. Glorieux, Répertoire des maîtres en théologie de Paris au XIIIe siècle, II (Paris, 1934), pp.297–98 no.400q, and Gerardo Bruni, Le Opere di Egidio Romano (Florence, 1936), with a list of manuscripts on pp.8390, not including the present one). In the final part, the chapters are numbered in the rubrics as follows: I–XVIII, X, IX, XX, XXI, XXIII; a modern reader has added notes in pencil next to chapters 19–21 indicating that they are in the wrong order and that the first three of them are misnumbered in their rubric: “recte ch.XX”, “recte ch.XIX”, “recte ch.XXII”, and “recte chapt.XXI”; these chapters are listed in the correct order in the capitula list on fol. 227r–v
Dimensions
234×173mm;
Extent
261 leaves: i + 258 + ii;
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
three painted historiated initials: f. 1ar, f. 89r, f. 227v; six foliate painted initials: f. 63r, f. 77v, f. 119r, f. 142r, f. 163r, f. 183v
Ownership
1. Written and illuminated in northern Italy, probably Lombardy (I am grateful to Milvia Bollati and Francesca Manzari for their opinions as to the origin). With contemporary marginal corrections throughout, otherwise few marginalia other than an occasional “N”[ota]. 2. Unidentified 14th(?)century reader: pentrials, e.g. “In nomine. domini. Eterni. amen. Istud. Est euangelium. sancti. ioanis. ...” (fol.257r). 3. Unidentified 15th(?)century reader: ink foliation and numbering of chapters in the chapterlists. 4. Inscribed, 15th century, “Iste liber est mei f(rat)ris Geo(r)gii de Fivizano” (fol.257v); Fivvizano is northeast of La Spezia; above this is a price “prec[...] duc(?) 8 auri”. 5. “The Property of a Well-Known Amateur”, sold at Sotheby’s, July 28, 1902, lot 117; bought by “Greene, J.W.” for £5 2s 6d. 6. “The Property of a Gentleman”, sold at Sotheby’s, July 7, 1913, lot 352; bought by Davis & Orioli, London booksellers, for £7 15s. 7. Inscribed in pencil “E.C.” and “721.90” (fol.ir, top left and right corners respectively). 8. James Tregaskis (1850–1926), London bookseller; inscribed in pencil “Colonna / £37 –” and with a stocknumber(?) and pricecode “793 / my/ms/o” (front pastedown); inscribed in pencil “Egidius Romanus, S t . Augustine friar” (fol.i verso); offered in a series of Tregaskis’s “ The Caxton Head” catalogues, priced £37: Catalogue no.801 (February 25, 1918), no.125; Catalogue 811 (17 February, 1919), no.162; Catalogue 816 (July 21, 1919), no.623 (with a clipping from this catalogue formerly stuck to fol.ir, now loose); and Catalogue 823 (February 9, 1920) no.145. 9. College of Physicians: Library bookplate (front pastedown) stamped with the accession number “101296”, date “Apr 51920”, and “Fund for Rare Books”, and inscribed in ink with the price “166. 50 ”; inscribed in pencil with the source, “Tregaskis” (fol.1br, inner margin).
Physical substance
parchment;
Physical support
bound in plain off-white parchment over pasteboards
Label
De regimine regum et principum
Link
http://penn.stage.diedrick.com/viewer.php?id=10a%20212#page/1/mode/2up
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
(fols.1a–256v) “Incipit liber de regimine Regum et principum editus a frate [sic] Egidio Romanus fratrum heremitarum ordinis santi [sic] Augustini. Ex regia ac sanctissima prosapia oriundo suo domino speciali domino Phylippo ... Incipit prima pars ... Oportet ut latitudo sermonis ... deus ipse suis promisit fidelibus qui est benedictus. in secula seculorum. Amen. / Explicit liber de regimine regum et principum. Editus a frate Egidio romano ordinis fratrum heremitarum sancti Augustini. qui est lux illuminans(?) universus.” (see P. Glorieux, Répertoire des maîtres en théologie de Paris au XIIIe siècle, II (Paris, 1934), pp.297–98 no.400q, and Gerardo Bruni, Le Opere di Egidio Romano (Florence, 1936), with a list of manuscripts on pp.8390, not including the present one). In the final part, the chapters are numbered in the rubrics as follows: I–XVIII, X, IX, XX, XXI, XXIII; a modern reader has added notes in pencil next to chapters 19–21 indicating that they are in the wrong order and that the first three of them are misnumbered in their rubric: “recte ch.XX”, “recte ch.XIX”, “recte ch.XXII”, and “recte chapt.XXI”; these chapters are listed in the correct order in the capitula list on fol. 227r–v
Dimensions
234×173mm;
Extent
261 leaves: i + 258 + ii;
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
three painted historiated initials: f. 1ar, f. 89r, f. 227v; six foliate painted initials: f. 63r, f. 77v, f. 119r, f. 142r, f. 163r, f. 183v
Ownership
1. Written and illuminated in northern Italy, probably Lombardy (I am grateful to Milvia Bollati and Francesca Manzari for their opinions as to the origin). With contemporary marginal corrections throughout, otherwise few marginalia other than an occasional “N”[ota]. 2. Unidentified 14th(?)century reader: pentrials, e.g. “In nomine. domini. Eterni. amen. Istud. Est euangelium. sancti. ioanis. ...” (fol.257r). 3. Unidentified 15th(?)century reader: ink foliation and numbering of chapters in the chapterlists. 4. Inscribed, 15th century, “Iste liber est mei f(rat)ris Geo(r)gii de Fivizano” (fol.257v); Fivvizano is northeast of La Spezia; above this is a price “prec[...] duc(?) 8 auri”. 5. “The Property of a Well-Known Amateur”, sold at Sotheby’s, July 28, 1902, lot 117; bought by “Greene, J.W.” for £5 2s 6d. 6. “The Property of a Gentleman”, sold at Sotheby’s, July 7, 1913, lot 352; bought by Davis & Orioli, London booksellers, for £7 15s. 7. Inscribed in pencil “E.C.” and “721.90” (fol.ir, top left and right corners respectively). 8. James Tregaskis (1850–1926), London bookseller; inscribed in pencil “Colonna / £37 –” and with a stocknumber(?) and pricecode “793 / my/ms/o” (front pastedown); inscribed in pencil “Egidius Romanus, S t . Augustine friar” (fol.i verso); offered in a series of Tregaskis’s “ The Caxton Head” catalogues, priced £37: Catalogue no.801 (February 25, 1918), no.125; Catalogue 811 (17 February, 1919), no.162; Catalogue 816 (July 21, 1919), no.623 (with a clipping from this catalogue formerly stuck to fol.ir, now loose); and Catalogue 823 (February 9, 1920) no.145. 9. College of Physicians: Library bookplate (front pastedown) stamped with the accession number “101296”, date “Apr 51920”, and “Fund for Rare Books”, and inscribed in ink with the price “166. 50 ”; inscribed in pencil with the source, “Tregaskis” (fol.1br, inner margin).
Physical substance
parchment;
Physical support
bound in plain off-white parchment over pasteboards

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