Downside Abbey 970

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Current locationDownside Abbey
Current ShelfmarkDownside Abbey 970
Summary TitleJerome, Commentaria in Bibliam, volume 1
Creation Date Start1497
Creation Date End
Creation Date Statement1497
Collation FormulaA8 (2,3) (4–6)6 a–c8 d10 e8 f6 g h10 i8 k6 l–u8 x y6 A–R8 S10 T–Z AA BB8 CC6
Pages / Folios
Page: Lines
Columns
Volume: Height36 cm
Width25 cm
BindingContemporary English binding
Secundo folio
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Media FormatPrinted
Downside Abbey 970


Creation PlaceVenice

Creator role:printer

Creator notes:Venice: Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 1497 (volume II in 1498)


Decoration:





Associated person:Thomas Swalwell, -1539Role:(owner)

Associated person:Sir Thomas Tempest, 1642-1691Role:(owner (post-dissolution))


Evidence category: ownership Content: T Swalwell prec' xs 22 die aprilis 1510




Evidence category: ownership Content: Sir Thomas Tempest Baronet




Contained work:Jerome, Commentaria in Bibliam
Location:

Notes:Volume I (of II). Commentary as far as Jeremiah. Edited by Bernardinus Gadolus


MLGB3http://mlgb3.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/mlgb/book/2015/


Catalogued:ISTC Reference citation:ih00160000

Online:https://data.cerl.org/istc/ih00160000




Doyle 1984 :- Doyle, A. I., “The library of Sir Thomas Tempest: its origins and dispersal”, in Studies in seventeenth-century English literature, history and bibliography: Festschrift for Prof. T. A. Birrell, ed. G. A. M. Janssens and F. G. A. M. Arts (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1984), 83-93