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Results for:  Location: Indiana University, The Lilly Library
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1. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Medieval and Renaissance 14
Description: - One leaf - Not bound. - Recovered from use as a pastedown in Boethius, De consolatione philosophiae Louvain, 1487, bound in Oxford by the binder who used Gibson’s roll XII; Sotheby’s, 5 February 1951, lot 54; Gaston Ruddoff, of Santiago, Chile; acquired from his family by the Lilly Library. - Ker 1954, p. 57, no. 623; Pearson 2000, p. 144.
Language: LATIN   Country: England   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
2. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 102
Description: - One leaf - Not bound. - Bliss sale, Sotheby’s, 21 August 1858, lots 100 and 119, afterwards Phillipps MSS 15659 and 18133; from the collection of specimen leaves formed by Messrs. W. H. Robinson, who bought the residue of the Phillipps library in 1945-46, sold by them to George A. Poole in 1947, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958. - Faye and Bond 1962, p. 184.
Language: LATIN   Country: England   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
3. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 136
Description: - One leaf - Not bound. - Cistercian abbey of Cambron, north of Mons, Hainault (now in Belgium), founded c. 1148; doubtless the Gilebertus . . . Super Epistolas Paulirecorded at Cambron in 1641 and the gillebertus Super epistolas Sti Pauli Completerecorded at Cambron in 1782 (Sanderus 1641, I, p. 355; Planke 1938, p. 55, no. 168); the abbey was suppressed in 1789 and the monks finally left in 1797; at least 34 manuscripts from Cambron were bought c. 1823 from P. J. De Mat (d. 1828), bookseller in Brussels, by Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), his MSS 333-62 and 4765-68, together with an unknown number of fragments; from the collection of specimen leaves formed by Messrs. W. H. Robinson, who bought the residue of the Phillipps library in 1945-6, sold by them to George A. Poole in 1947, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958. - De Hamel 2004, p. 39, no. 12b.
Language: LATIN   Country: France   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 4
   
 
4. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 18
Description: - ff. 142;;Rusty offsets from inner board of medieval binding - Oak boards, quarter calf spine blind-stamped, clasps and catches, parchment endleaves, by Douglas Cockerell, 1899 (signed inside lower cover); in a blue cloth case. - François-Nicolas Comynet (1791-1848), no. 168 in the list of manuscripts bought by him in 1825 from the municipality of Auxerre (Liber Prosperi De vita contemplativa, et liber Anselmi De processione Spiritus Sancti; sent by Comynet to the dealer Sylvestre, in Paris; the abbé Joseph-Félix Allard (1795-1831), translator of Tertullian and priest of St-Eustache in Paris, bought probably from Sylvestre and sold, perhaps through Teschener, to Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), his MS 3735 (Ex Bibliotheca M. Allard; Phillipps sale, Sotheby’s, 23 March 1895, lot 918; Harold Baillie Weaver (d. 1926); his sale, Christie’s, 29 March 1898, lot 483; Laurence Hodson (1864-1933), with his booklabel in Kelmscott type; his sale, Sotheby’s, 5 December 1906, lot 504; Maggs cat. 246 (1909), no. 820; Sotheby’s, 21 July 1913, lot 1077; Maggs cat. 380 (1919), no. 1699, and cat. 542 (1930), no. 46; Edward Duff Balken, of Pittsburg, PA, with his bookplate; George A. Poole (bought from H. P. Kraus, cat. 75, 1955, no. 5), and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958. - Phillipps 1837-71, p. 48; Schenkl 1892, pp. 64-65; Faye and Bond 1962, p. 179; Peyrafort-Huin 2001, pp. 264, 270 and 505-06, nos. 60-61.
Language: LATIN   Country: France   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
5. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 19
Description: - ff. 108 - Bound in seventeenth- or eighteenth-century vellum over pasteboards, paper pastedowns, spine title in manuscript Psalterium Vaticanum in a grey cloth case. - Probably the Benedictine monastery of San Domenico in Sora (see below); Ernst F. Detterer (1888-1947), bought in July 1931 from Emil Hirsch, bookseller in Munich; bought from Detterer’s estate in 1948 by George A. Poole, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958. - De Ricci 1935, p. 603; Halporn 1961, esp. pp. 220-24; Faye and Bond 1962, p. 179; Lowe 1962, p. 216; Brown 1978, p. 279; Brown 1995, p. 14, n. 2; Baroffio 1999, p. 25.
Language: LATIN   Country: Italy   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
6. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 39
Description: - One leaf - Not bound. - Cistercian abbey of Villers-en-Brabant, founded from Clairvaux in 1146 and suppressed in 1796; doubtless from the Quarta pars Gregorialis et sermo quidam sancti Bernardilisted in the Villers library catalogue of 1309 (Derolez 2001, p. 219, no.164); part of a group of 20 manuscripts from Villers bought in Brussels c. 1823 by Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872); Phillipps MS 29506 (the ‘9’ written over ‘0’, as in item 21 above); from the collection of specimen leaves formed by Messrs. W. H. Robinson, who bought the residue of the Phillipps library in 1945-46, sold by them to George A. Poole in 1947, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958. - Schenkl 1892, p. 154; Faye and Bond 1962, p. 181; De Hamel 2004, pp. 29, 32 and 44, no. 30.
Language: LATIN   Country: Netherlands   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
7. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 98
Description: - One leaf - Not bound. - Perhaps the Cistercian Abbey of Aulne (founded c. 656, Cistercian in 1147, suppressed 1796), and possibly from the Petrus Longobardus in Paulumrecorded at Aulne in the early seventeenth century (Sanderus 1641, I, p. 239); over 100 manuscripts from Aulne were bought in Brussels c. 1823 by Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), his MSS 4621-4734, together with an unknown number of fragments; Phillipps MS 29507 (the ‘9’ written over ‘0’, as in Lilly Poole 39); from the collection of specimen leaves formed by Messrs. W. H. Robinson, who bought the residue of the Phillipps library in 1945-46, sold by them to George A. Poole in 947, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958. - Faye and Bond 1964, p. 184; De Hamel 2004, p. 42, no. 24a.
Language: LATIN   Country: Netherlands   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
8. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 12
Description: - ff. 500 - Bound in fifteenth-century Italian blind-stamped leather over thin wooden boards sewn on 5 thongs, the sides panelled with a broad frame infilled with multiple impressions of ropework tools, the central compartments with a geometrical design in ropework stamps resembling an 8-pointed star (or two squares at angles to each other), lacking 2 clasps and catches, parchment pastedowns; in a green cloth case. - V. M. Voynich (1865-1930), Polish revolutionary and bookseller, who gave it to C. L. Ricketts; acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - De Ricci 1935, p. 619; Silver 1991, p. 3, no. 7.
Language: LATIN   Country: Italy   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 4
   
 
9. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 162
Description: - ff. 113 - Bound in early nineteenth-century French calf gilt, edges mottled red, marbled endleaves, paper flyleaves; in a fawn cloth case. - Jean-Baptiste Joseph Barrois, of Lille (1784-1855), his 297 (green label on spine); the collection bought in 1849 by Bertram, fourth earl of Ashburnham (1797-1878); the fifth earl’s sale, Sotheby’s, 10 June 1901, lot 33; Quaritch, cat. 211 (January 1902), no. 24, and cat. 290 (June 1910), no. 448; bought by C. L. Ricketts from W. M. Voynich, January 1917, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - De Ricci 1935, p. 642; Daur 1961, p. 364.
Language: LATIN   Country: France   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
10. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 191
Description: - ff. 48 - Bound in early nineteenth-century mottled calf, red mottled edges, rebacked; in a fawn cloth case. - Earls of Hopetown, at Hopetown House, West Lothian, Scotland, and by descent to John Hope 860-1908, seventh earl, succeeded in 1873, created marquess of Linlithgow in 1902, first Governor General of Australia); his sale, Sotheby’s, 25 February 1889, lot 499, to Ridler; George Dunn (1865-1912); his sale, Sotheby’s, 11 February 1913, lot 535, to Maggs (their cat. 308, 1913, no. 76, and cat. 341, 1914, no. 235); Herschel V. Jones (1861-1928), of Minneapolis, MN; his sale, Anderson, New York, 29 January 1919, lot 1069a, to Martini, with his collation note; bought by C. L. Ricketts from Martini, cat. 15 (1919), no. 10a, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - De Ricci 1935, p. 646; Goy 1976, p. 216, no. 25; Alexander c. 2010, pp. 64-65.
Language: LATIN   Country: England   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
11. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 193
Description: - ff. 158;;Chain, reproduction. - Contemporary binding of square-edged wooden boards flush with the text block and sewn onto 3 double thongs, covered with tawed skin, residue of dangling book markers of tawed leather, upper cover with traces of a late medieval title written directly onto the surface (as on fol. 1v, including pressmark ‘B 13’ or possibly ‘D 13’) massive metal chain of 11 links attached to a hasp at the top of the lower cover; binding worn, upper cover detached; in a fawn cloth case. - Premonstratensian abbey of Steinfeld, near Cologne, founded in 1130 and suppressed in 1802, with the contemporary inscription and curse against theft on fol. 1r, liber ecclesie sancte marie de steinfelt Si quis abstulerit anathema sit amen and the late medieval inscription on fol. 158v, Liber Ecclesie Sancte marie virginis in steinfelt(the last two words in slightly paler ink); other inscriptions include the numbers 255 and N. 14 and a note on fol. 1r dated 1447 recording an outbreak of the plague in the houses of Heinrich, count of Nassau, lasting from Michaelmas (29 September, 1446 presum-ably) to the feast of Saint John the Baptist (24 June the following year); Dr. Leander van Ess (1772-1847), of Darmstadt, his no. 26 (label on spine); Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), bought with the van Ess library in 1824, his MS 409, with his stencilled crest; his sale, Sotheby’s, 9 June 1910, lot 660, to Edwards; bought by C. L. Ricketts, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - van Ess 1823, p. 8, no. 26; De Ricci 1935, p. 647; Stegmüller 1989, p. 288; Krämer 1989, p. 737.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 5
   
 
12. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 2
Description: - One leaf - Not bound. - C. L. Ricketts, bought from Barroux, 1930 (with a second fragment, see below); acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - De Ricci 1935, p. 618.
Language: LATIN   Country: France   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
13. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 205
Description: - One cutting - Not bound. - Almost certainly from the Cistercian abbey of Pontigny, and probably from the Volumine uno, Decreta Gratiani no. 153 in the late twelfth century catalogue of Pontigny, no. 100 in the early seventeenth-century catalogue, no. 235 in the catalogue of 1778, no. 7 in the catalogue of 1791, and finally no. 73 in the list prepared after the sequestration of Pontigny at the French Revolution, described there as in-folio atlantico, elegans et completus dismembered probably in Auxerre in the early nineteenth century; John William Bradley (1830-1916), who gave it to C. L. Ricketts in 1913; acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - De Ricci 1935, p. 649; Melnikas 1975, p. 1262; Mordek 1986, p. 409
Language: LATIN   Country: France   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
14. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts C: 3
Description: - One cutting - Not bound. - C. L. Ricketts, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961.
Language: LATIN   Country: France   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
15. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts H: 21
Description: - One cutting - Not bound. - C. L. Ricketts; acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961.
Language: LATIN   Country: Italy   Century: 12th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
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