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Sammelband von 8 frühen Kölner Drucken (1471/72), 1. HENRICUS DE HASSIA. Expositiones super Orationem Dominicam, et Ave Maria. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), c. 1471], 24 leaves (of 28), [a8 b-c6 d8], a4-8 bound at end of volume, 27 lines, lacking a1-3 and final blank, [c]1 defective [HC 8390; BMC i 212; BSB-Ink H-68; GW 12241; VK 551 & 550], ISTC ih00027700 2. THOMAS AQUINAS. De divinis moribus. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 15 leaves (of 16, without final blank), [a-b8], 27 lines [Goff T285; C 543; BMC i 213; Bod-inc T-183; VK 1171], ISTC it00285000 3. THOMAS AQUINAS. De beatitudine aeternitatis. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1 December 1472], 36 leaves, [a-c8 d-e6], 27 lines [Goff T284; HC 1363; BMC i 213; VK 1161], ISTC it00284000 4. GERSON, Jean. De cognitione castitatis et de pollutionibus diurnis. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), about 1472], 16 leaves, [a-b8], 26 lines [Goff G197; C 2688; Bod-inc G-097; GW 10731; VK 489], ISTC ig00197000 5. GERSON, Jean. De simonia; De probatione spirituum; De eruditione confessorum; De remediis contra recidivum peccandi. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 29 leaves (of 30, without final blank), [a-c8 d6], 27 lines, contemporary manuscript notes at end, [c]8 becoming detached [Goff G268; HC 7708; BMC i 212; BSB-Ink G-169; VK 498], ISTC ig00268000 6. CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De senectute. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 22 leaves, [a-b8 c6], 27 lines [HC 5305; Bod-inc C-334; GW 6981; VK 326], ISTC ic00622600 7. SENECA, Lucius Annaeus. De remediis fortuitorum. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), about 1472], 8 leaves, [a8], 27 lines [Goff S427; HC 14655; BMC i 213; BSB-Ink S-253; Bod-inc S-141; VK 1070], ISTC is00427000 8. ALEXANDER MAGNUS. Historia Alexandri Magni (adapted by Leo A
1471 - 1472. 12,5x17,1 Early printing in Cologne, which was mostly anonymously produced, began with the prolific Ulrich Zell, from 1466, Arnold Ther Hoernen (now also associated with the Printer of Dictys), from 1470, and then Johann Schilling (considered by Vouillème and Corsten to be the Printer of Dares, and now connected to other anonymous presses), from perhaps 1471. As with many of Zell's early books, the majority of Schilling's books were small and short quartos of the sort of Thomist and Albertist texts in use at the University of Cologne, which was strongly anti-humanist; Thomas Aquinas, Henricus de Hassia and Jean Gerson. However, as can be seen in this volume, classical authors such as Cicero and Seneca also appeared from Schilling's workshop. The typefaces used by these anonymous Cologne printers were based on the bookhands current in Cologne at the time (as opposed to Zell's more humanistic typefaces). The Ther Hoernen imprint is the first edition of the Alexander romance, in the Latin version made in the tenth century by Leo the Archpriest of Naples. This compilation of texts was presumably assembled at the time, despite the later binding. - Sieben Schillingdrucke in einem Band von äußerster Seltenheit. Versand D: 5,00 EUR VR 48806
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