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Introduction to the SIL Incunabula CollectionExplore the Incunabula CollectionVisit the Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology

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Author: Versor, Johannes, d. ca. 1485
Short Title: Quaestiones super libros De caelo et mundo Aristotelis (1493)
Title: Questiones subtilissime in via Sancti Thome magistri Ioha[n]nis V[er]soris sup[er] libros De celo et mundo Arestotelis : cum textu eiusde[m] circa singulas questiones sollerter inserto.
Imprint: Cologne: [Heinrich Quentell, ca. 1493]
Comments and Notes: ISTC uses author form: Versoris, Johannes. The first part only of Versor's three-part Quaestiones super libros Aristotelis (Cologne : H. Quentell, ca. 1493); the full set also includes commentaries and Latin text for Aristotle's Parva naturalia, De generatione et corruptione, and Meteorologica. Imprint from Goff. Colophon (leaf g6 verso) reads: Expliciunt autoritates. Leaves printed on both sides. Signatures: a-g6. Double columns; passages of text are regularly interrupted by commentary printed in a smaller sized type-face. Spaces for initials. Leaf a1 is unsigned; leaves a2-a4 have been missigned as a1-a3. Some old ms. annotations and diagrams, generally affected by cropped margins. Leaves a2 recto and a5 verso are rubricated. Bookplate: Burndy Library ... gift of Bern Dibner. Modern binding of spattered brown paperboard; gilt-stamped binder's label.
Smithsonian Call Number: QB41 .V56 1493
ISTC
Goff
Hain-Copinger
GW
Proctor
Polain
UKBYIV00254000-B
V-0254