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Bartholomeus d[e] proprietatibs ref.

Main Author: Bartholomaeus, Anglicus, 13th cent.
Related Names: Trevisa, John d. 1402.
Language(s): Latin
Published: [Westminster : Wynken de Worde, 1495?] ;
Subjects: Science, Medieval.
Civilization, Medieval.
Encyclopedias and dictionaries > Early works to 1600.
Note: "The tabvl", a facsimile of the index of the London edition printed by T. Berthelet in 1535, is inserted at end, with manuscript foliation continuing that of main work (l. 956-964; 955 is omitted in numbering)
Collation of original: 202 L., 6 blank; 276 L. Signatures: A⁶, B⁸, b⁶, c-z⁸, 7⁶, 9⁸; A-V⁸, X-Z⁶, aa-cc⁸, dd-gg⁶, hh-mm⁸, oo⁶. cf. Brit. mus. Cat.
John of Trevisa's English translation made from the Latin original, first published in Basle about 1470.
Photo-lithoprinted reproduction of a British museum copy. Each leaf of the facsimile represents one page of the original, except leaf 401-402, which reproduces two pages on one leaf.
Leaves of facsimile numbered in manuscript; original unpaged.
Physical Description: 954 (i.e. 953) leaves : ill. ; 27 cm.
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