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DUNS SCOTUS, Johannes (ca. 1265-1308) - Samaritanus ille piissimus spoliatum videns hominem et atrociter sauciatum miseratonis affectu compatiens [part of the work: Quaestiones in quattuor libros Sententiarum]. Petri Lombardi. Edited by: Thomas Penketh and Bartholomaeus Bellatus. Venice: Johannes de Colonia and Johannes Manthen, [1476?, but before 3 October 1477]. A wide margined copy on strong paper of the fourth and final part only of this work by the Scottish Franciscan philosopher.Folio (307 x 200mm). Opening initial decorated in red and blue, red and blue initials, Gothic text on two columns (lacking final leaf with register, without the first blank, some dampstaining and soiling, the final 7 leaves reinforced at outer margin and the final two with heavier dampstaining that causes a small loss at the upper margin, occasional small wormholes). Late 19th-early 20th-century binding backed in vellum, cardboard covers, author in gily on spine label (some stains and slight wear). Provenance: contemporary annotations and maniculae.The lot is accompanied by an export license.ENDUNS SCOTUS, Johannes (ca. 1265-1308) - Samaritanus ille piissimus spoliatum videns hominem et atrociter sauciatum miseratonis affectu compatiens [part of the work: Quaestiones in quattuor libros Sententiarum]. Petri Lombardi. Edited by: Thomas Penketh and Bartholomaeus Bellatus. Venice: Johannes de Colonia and Johannes Manthen, [1476?, but before October 3, 1477]. Large margins and strong paper copy of the fourth and final part of this work by the Scottish Franciscan philosopher.Folio (307 x 200mm). Initial in opening decorated in red pen and coloured blue, red and blue capilettera, text in Gothic on two columns (the last paper with the register is missing, without the first blank, some damp and dust stains, last 7 papers reinforced at the outer margin and last two with more marked dampness causing a small loss to the margi

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