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Title: Dyalogus lingue et ventris.
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Publisher: [Paris : Jean Poitevin,
Date: ca. 1498-1500]
Physical Description: [6] leaves ; 20 cm. (4to)
Language: lat
Notes: Caption title.
Imprint from ISTC.
Sometimes erroneously attributed to John of Salisbury.
This edition, founded on that of Pynson, retains a few of the English glosses supplied by W.H. (i.e. William Horman). Cf. Duff, 122.
Signatures: a⁶.
Imperfections: On leaf a4v the impression of the first word of the text and all but the last word of the gloss are lost, apparently because of a loose piece of paper having slipped between the type and the paper on the press.
Binding: Full calf, gold-tooled and gold-ruled; marbled endsheets.
Provenance: The Brandt-Heber-York Minster copy -- Purchased from Rosenbach, 11 July 1952.
Miscellaneous: Initials; printed marginal notes.
References: Duff, 118
Goff, D-164
GW, 8283
Harman, M. Incunabula in the University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign (1979), 330
ISTC (online), id00164000
Laurenti, Joseph L. "Eight Unique Incunabula in the University of Illinois Library." In Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography, n.s., v.7, no.4 (1993), p. 205-211, no.2
Contributor: John, d. 1180, attributed name.
Poitevin, Jean, fl. ca. 1500, printer.
Horman, William, d. 1535, associated name.
Heber, Richard, 1773-1833, former owner.