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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 34
Description: - ff. 129 - Bound in modern dark green morocco; in a brown marbled slipcase. - Bernardo Mendel (1895-1967); given to the Lilly Library with the Mendel Collection of travel books, 1964. - Byrd 1964, p. 46, no. 77.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 15th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
2. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Medieval and Renaissance 36
Description: - ff. 287 - Bound in old (probably seventeenth-century) calf over wooden boards, rebacked and extensively repaired, clasps and catches probably replaced; in a fawn cloth case. - The Augustinian nunnery of Sankt Maria Magdalena, Hildesheim, founded 1224 and suppressed at the Reformation; sale by Karl & Faber, Munich, 25 June 1963, lot 4; acquired by the Lilly Library from Lathrop Harper, New York, 1968.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 16th
Number of Images Available: 3
   
 
3. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Medieval and Renaissance 48
Description: - One bifolium - Not bound. - Hugo, Graf von Walderdorff (1823-1918), who bought it from an antiquarian bookseller in Regensburg before 1874, his Fragm. germ. 1. 2o; by descent to Sotheby’s, 4 December 2007, lot 2, bought by the Lilly Library. - von Walderdorff 1874, pp. 198-206; Bartsche 1886, pp. 197-206; Hohmann 1909, p. 17; Reissenberger 1914, p. xii.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 14th
Number of Images Available: 4
   
 
4. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 16
Description: - ff. 287;;Page Markers. - Medieval binding of massive wooden boards sewn on seven bands, covered with dark brown leather, sides double ruled into frames, upper cover with a large ruled key (for Saint Peter), lower cover ruled in a saltire, sides stamped with tools of a lion in a lozenge, an eagle in a circle, a smaller eagle in a lozenge, a hump-backed creature in a circle, and a rosette in a circle. - Benedictine monastery of Saint Peter in Erfurt (known as Petersburg), reputedly founded by King Dagobert in the seventh century, and suppressed in 1803, with their ownership inscription on fol. 1r, liber s. petri in erphordand other localised inscriptions; no. 34 in the monastery’s library catalogue of 1783, Anonymi: Missale pergameno inscriptum 1321(Theele 1920, p. 60; the inscription of 1321 is on fol. 2r); Dr Leander van Ess (1772-1847), of Darmstadt, his no. 36 (label on spine); Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), bought with the van Ess library in 1824, his MS 421; bought in 1955 by George A. Poole from Messrs. W. H. Robinson, who had acquired the residue of the Phillipps library in 1945-46; acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958. - Van Ess 1823, p. 10, no. 36; Phillipps 1837-71, p. 5; Theele 1920, p. 60; Faye and Bond 1962, pp. 178-79; L. A. Mason in ‘Catalogue’ 1988, pp. 22-26, no. 5; Krämer 1989, p. 228.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 13th, 14th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
5. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 27
Description: - ff. 132;;Chained book, formerly. - Bound in fifteenth-century blind-stamped pigskin over square-edged boards, sewn on 3 double thongs, blind-ruled with multiple lines into a frame and saltire pattern stamped with tools of splayed eagle, a lamb and flag, and several floral tools; fitted with metal corner-pieces and central bosses; 2 clasps with "Ihs Mars" in German gothic embossed metal, attached at edge of lower cover fitting onto catches on edge of upper cover; paper pastedowns; strip of sewing guard at front from an eleventh-century manuscript, probably liturgical; in dark green frull morocco padded case gilt (by Lakeside Press, Chicago). The volume was rebound at Saint Emmeram's at the end of the fifteenth century, shelved in the library as T. 10. Rusty offsets of a hasp mark at the top of the lower cover show that the book was chained. - St Emmeram, Regensburg, a Benedictine monastery founded in 739 and suppressed in 1802; Sir Thomas Phillips (1792-1872), his MS 6924, bought from the London bookseller Thomas Thorpe, c.1832; Messrs. W.H. Robinson, who bought the residue of the Phillips 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. - Phillips 1837-71, p. 104; Schenkl 1892, p. 92; Faye and Bond 1962, p. 180; Pietri 1974, p. 420, n. 5; Bischoff 1980, p. 240; Krämer 1989, II, p. 677; Bischoff 1998, p.136, no. 641; Ruggerio 2003, p. 56, n. 102.
Language: LATIN   Country: England, Germany   Century: 19th, 9th
Number of Images Available: 4
   
 
6. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Poole 32
Description: - One leaf - Not bound. - The ducal library of Arenberg, Brussels, probably acquired by Duc Engelbert-Auguste d'Arenberg (1824-1875); one of two leaves sold by the tenth duke, Engelbert-Charles d'Arenberg (1899-1974), Hauswedell, Hamburg, Auktion 52-53, April 1953, lot 7a; bought in February 1954 by George A. Poole from W.H. Schab, New York dealer, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Poole Collection in 1958.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 9th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
7. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 157
Description: - One fragment;;Upper half of a leaf. - Not bound. - C. L. Ricketts (bought in 1925 from Joseph Baer & Co., Frankfurt), and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - De Ricci 1935, p. 641 (as Augustine, De Trinitate; Bischoff 1998, p.137, no. 646.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 9th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
8. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 177
Description: - One fragment;;Upper half of a leaf - Not bound. - Sir Thomas Phillips (1792-1872), part of his MS 22254; bought by Tregaskis at the Phillips sale, Sotheby's, 25 April 1911, lot 391; Tregaskis cat. 706 (1911), no. 17, and cat. 720 (1912), no 36; bought by C. L. Ricketts, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - Phillipps 1837-71, p. 414; Schenkl 1892, p. 147; De Ricci 1935, p. 644; Laistner and King 1944, p. 96; Colgrave and Mynors 1969, p. xliv, n. 5; Gneuss 1981, p.50, no. 797; Bischoff and Brown 1985, p. 317; O'Keefe 1987, p. 145, n.2; Stoneman 1997, pp. 101, 104 and 111; Bischoff 1998, p. 138, no. 647; Zechiel-Eckes 2003, p. 29.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 9th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
9. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 189
Description: - One cutting - Not bound. - Bought by C. L. Ricketts from Tregaskis, 1923, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - De Ricci 1935, p. 646.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 13th
Number of Images Available: 1
   
 
10. 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
   
 
11. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 198
Description: - ff. 1-244 - Contemporary binding of bevelled wooden boards sewn on 4 double thongs, covered with parchment, each cover double ruled in blind into 4 compartments enclosing saltires, blind-stamped with small lozenges with gothic letters resembling ‘e’ and ‘b’ (perhaps actually ‘s’ and ‘k’ for ‘sankt katherina’, although it is not certain that the nuns had a bindery, (cf. Kyriss 1940, pp. 35-36), metal clasps and catches on leather thongs attached from the lower cover, contemporary parchment flyleaves and nineteenth-century paper flyleaves, upper joints broken; in a brown cloth case. - The Dominican convent of Sankt Katharina in Nuremberg (founded 1296, suppressed 1803), with their contemporary inscription inside the upper cover, "das puch gehort in das Closter zu Sant kath[ar]ein prediger orden in Nure[n]berg" (see below); Alexander Augustus Smets (1795-1862), of Savannah, GA, bought in February 1839 (signature on fol. 1r); his sale, Leavitt, New York, 25 May 1868, lot 1461; Catalogue of a Private Library, Containing an Exceedingly Valuable Collection of Fine-Art and Illustrated Books, Illuminated Manuscripts, Original Drawings, &c, &c [identified in the Grolier Club copy as being the library of E. Tasker], Leavitt, New York, 3 March 1880, lot 620; C. L. Ricketts; acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - Ruf 1933, p. 574; De Ricci 1935, p. 648; Krochalis 1986, p. 34 and n. 23; H. B. Felleisen in ‘Catalogue’ 1988, pp. 68-75, no. 13; Krämer 1989, p. 615; Hamburger 1998, pp. 19, 21-22 and 44, figs. 1.2 and 1.3 and col. pl. 1; Green 2000, pp. 347-48; Green 2008, pp. 121-23 and fig. 3.1; Holcomb, Dale and Janis 2008, p. 180.
Language: German   Country: Germany   Century: 15th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
 
12. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 20
Description: - ff. 288 - Bound in nineteenth-century blind-stamped brown morocco by Charles Tucket, c. 1860, according to de Ricci, paper pastedowns, text block broken away from binding; in a dark brown cloth case. - Given by Rudolf, priest of Lindau, to a monastery, doubtless the Premonstratensian imperial abbey of Weissenau (founded in 1145, suppressed in 1803), where it was by the time of the eighteenth-century inscription on fol. 1r, Bibliothecę Weissenaw probably one of the two twelfth- to thirteenth-century Psalter commentaries noted by M. Gerbert on his visit to Weissenau in 1760 (Lehmann 1918, p. 408); many manuscripts from Weissenau were appropriated by the last abbot, Bonaventura Brem (1755-1818), who retired to Schloss Liebenau, whence they were bought c. 1842 by Georg von Waldburg-Zeil, S.J. [1823-1866), for the Jesuit College at Fribourg-en-Suisse, but were dispersed in 1854 before the presentation had been made; bound in London, c. 1860; probably not lot 106 in the Savile sale, Sotheby’s, 6 February 1861 (as suggested by de Ricci); Sir Thomas Brooke (1830-1908), by 1891; his sale, Sotheby’s, 24 November 1913, lot 13; bought from W. M. Voynich in January 1917 by C. L. Ricketts, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - Brooke 1891, II, p. 542; Rothschild 1930, p. 194; Lehmann 1932, p. 2; De Ricci 1935, p. 621; Swarzenski 1943, pp. 60 and 64, fig. 87; Miner 1949, p. 12, no. 25, pl. 20; Randall 1964, pl. on front cover; Krämer 1989-90, pp. 494 and 818; Michon 1995, pp. 468 and 480, fig. 18; Wenzel 1996, pp. 89 and 122; Burmeister 1999, passim; Holcomb, Dale and Janis 2008, p. 180.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 13th
Number of Images Available: 4
   
 
13. Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University, Ricketts 51
Description: - ff. 185 - Bound in old (perhaps early nineteenth-century) parchment over pasteboards; in a brown cloth case. - Philipp von der Pflaz (1480-1541), prince bishop of Freising 1507-41, and presumably bequeathed by him to the Benedictine cathedral church of the Virgin Mary and Saint Corbinianus, Freising, founded in 1020 and suppressed in 1802; Henry Willett (1823-1905); his sale, Sotheby’s, 5 July 1905, lot 15, to E. Parsons; Parsons cat. 261 (1907), no. 455; C. L. Ricketts, and acquired by the Lilly Library with the Ricketts Collection in 1961. - De Ricci 1935, p. 625; Krämer 1989, p. 261.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 16th
Number of Images Available: 2
   
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