Incunabula

Below is a brief but complete list of the 30 incunabula held by the Reynolds-Finley Historical Library.

 

1. Arnold of Villanova, 1235-1312.

Breviarium practicae medicinae. [Pavia, Antonio de Carcano, ca. 1485.]

Fol. Ff. [103]. Marginal notes in ink in early hand.

 

2. Arnold of Villanova, 1235-1312.

De vinis. Translated by Wilhelm Renwart von Hirnkofen. [Esslingen, Conrad Fyner, 1478.]

Fol. Ff. [16].

 

3. Avenzoar. [Abumeron], ca. 1092-1162.

Liber theizir, with Averroes' Colliget. Edited by Hieronymus Surianus. Venice, Otinus de Luna, 1497.

Fol. Ff. [103].

 

4. Bartholomeum montignanu philosophu medicu celeberrimu etas ista attulit. Qui multarum rerum cognitione scripturaru subtilitate ceteros sua etate phisicos superauit...

1leaf port. Portion cut from leaf of early book (unidentified).

 

5. Celsus, Aulus Aurelius Cornelius, 25 B.C.-50 A.D.

De medicina. Edited by Bartholomaeus Fontius. Florence, Nicolaus Laurentii, 1478.

Sm. fol. Ff. [196]. Quire A and leaf g5-6 missing. Margins of [B]2 recto illuminated in gold, green, blue and lavender. 7 illuminated initials. Other initials, paragraph marks and designs in red.

 

6. Celsus, Aulus Aurelius Cornelius, 25 B.C.-50 A.D.

De medicina. Milan, Leonardus Pachel and Ulrich Scinzenzeler, 1481.

4to. Ff. [150]. First and last leaves (blank) missing.

 

7. Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 106 B.C.-43 B.C.

M.T.C. Orationes. / Orationes. M.T.C. accusationum in C. Verrem. [fol.1 verso] / Pro Gn. Pompeio oratio. / M.T.C. pro lege Manilia sive de laudibus Gn. Pompei siva de impera/ / tore deligendo oratio. M.T.C. orationes foeliciter expliciut [fol. 2 verso]. [Venetiis: Per Bartholameum de Zanis de Portefio, die xiii. mensis Aprilis, 1499].

Fol.; 124 leaves; 30 cm.

 

8. Descriptiones morborum in corpore humano existentium. Cum tractatulo de virtutibus benedicte quercus [by Arnold of Villanova]. [Memmingen, Albrecht Kunne], 1496.

4to. Ff. [12].

 

9. Gentilis de Fulgineo,    -1348.

Expositio Gentilis in primam feri quarti Canonis Avicenna. Pavia, Antonio de Carcano, 1486.

Fol. Ff. [218].

 

10. Guainerius, Antonius,    -1440.

Tractatus de febribus...[Padua, Conradus de Paderborn, 1474.]

Fol. Ff. [50]. Rubricated in blue and red. Bound in original binding of soft doeskin.

 

11. Guainerius, Antonius,    -1440.

Tractutus de matricibus. [Padua, Conradus de Paderborn], 1474.

Fol. Ff. [40].

 

12. Hortus sanitatis [maior].

Hortus sanitatis. [Strassburg, Johann Prüss, 1497.]

Fol. Ff. [360]. Three colored full page woodcuts, 1061 small colored woodcuts. Bound in contemporary blind-stamped calf on wooden boards.

 

13. Jacobi, Johannes.

Tractatulus de pestilentia. [Regimen contra pestilentiam. Nuremberg, Conrad Zeninger, ca. 1482.]

4to. Ff. [6]. Title written in manuscript heads first page. First leaf signed a2. Initial letters and initial strokes in red.

 

14. Jacobus de Varagine.

The golden legend. [Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde.]

Fol. 2 leaves.

 

15. Josephus, Flavius, 37?-95? A.D.

Opera. Translated by Rufinus Aquileiensis. Edited by Hieronymus Squarzaficus. Venice, Joannes Rubeus Vercellensis, 1486.

Fol. Ff. [274].

 

16. [Ketham, Joannes de, 15th cent.]

Fasciculus medicinae. Venice, Gregorius and Johannes de Gregoriis, 1500.

Fol. Ff. [32].

 

17. Lazzarelli, Lodovico, 1450-1500.

Opusculum de bombyce. [Rome, anon, 1493.]

Sm. 4to. Ff. [6].

 

18. Magninus Mediolanensis, fl. 1305.

Regimen sanitatis. [Lyons, J. Pivard?, ca. 1495-1500.]

4to. Ff. 127, [3]. Old parchment manuscript for end papers. Half-bound in leather, wooden boards.

 

19. Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204.

Aphorismi secundum doctrinam Galeni. Bologna, Franciscus (Plato) de Benedictis, for Benedictus Hectoris, 1489.

4to. Ff. [158].

 

20. Plinius Secundus (Gaius), 23-79 A.D.

Caii Plinii historia naturalis libri 37. impressi Venetiis 1472. Ao. [Ms. writing in ink on fly leaf.] Venice, Nicolas Jenson, 1472.

Fol. Ff. [355].

 

21. Rabanus Maurus, Archbishop of Mayence, 776?-856.

De sermonum proprietate. [Strassburg, the R-printer (Adolf Rusch), 1467?]

Fol. Ff. 169 + 8. Index in contemporary hand on eight leaves inserted between t6 and t7. Signatures in pencil.

 

22. Rainerius de Pisis.

Pantheologia. Nuremburg, Anton Koberger, 1477.

Fol. 1 leaf. One leaf only. Initial and initial strokes in red. Paragraph marks in red and blue.

 

23. Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de Villa Nova. Venice, Bernardinus de Vitalibus, [after 1500?].

4to. Ff. [60]. Marginal notes in an old hand.

 

24. Rhazes [Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi], 850?-923?

Expositio noni libri Almansoris edita a clarissimo viro Joanne Arculano. Venice, Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 1497.

Fol. Ff. 177, [1].

 

25. Rhazes [Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi], 850?-923?

Liber nonus ad Almansorem. With commentary of Sillanus de Nigris. Containing: Pretus de Tussignanus, Receptae super nonum ad Almansorem. Venice, Bernardinus Stagninus, 1483.

Fol. Ff. [136]. Initials and paragraph marks in red and blue.

 

26. Rodericus Zamorensis, 1404-1470.

Speculum vitae humanae. [Cologne, Ulrich Zell, 1472.]

4to. Ff. [6,200]. Rubricated throughout text; early binding of calf over oak boards.

 

27. Savonarola, Johannes Michael, 1382-1462.

Canonica de febribus. Bologna, Dionysius Bertochus, 1487.

Fol. Ff. [124].

 

28. Savonarola, Johannes Michael, 1382-1462.

De balneis et thermis naturalibus omnibus Italiae. Ferrara, Andreas Belfortis, 1485.

Sm. fol. Ff. [40].

 

29. Savonarola, Johannes Michael, 1382-1462.

Summa de pulsibus, urinis et egestionibus. Bologna, Hendrik de Harlem and Johannes Walbeck, 1487.

Fol. Ff. [64].

 

30. Schedel, Hartmann, 1440-1514.

Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg, Anton Koberger, 1493.

Fol. 1 leaf. 7 woodcuts on leaf.