Format Books
Contributors Bartholomaeus
Dates 1491
Location France
Lyon
Language French
Subjects Civilization, Medieval
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries, French
France
Lyon
Science, Medieval
Title
Le Proprietaire en francoys.
Contributor Names
Bartholomaeus, Anglicus, active 13th century.
Created / Published
Imprime au dit lieu de Lyon : Par honnorable homme maistre Mathieu Husz ..., le xv. iour de mars, l'an 1491 [1491 or 1492]
Subject Headings
-  Encyclopedias and dictionaries
-  Encyclopedias and dictionaries, French
-  Civilization, Medieval
-  Science, Medieval
-  France--Lyon
Notes
-  "... Des p[ro]prietes des choses fut tra[n]slate de latin en fra[n]coys lay de grace Mil.CCCC.lxxij [sic, i.e. 1372] par le co[m]ma[n]deme[n]t de tres puissant et noble prince Charles le quint ... Et le traslata son petit et humble chapellain frere Jehan Corbichon ...": Colophon.
-  Imprint from colophon.
-  Printer's device below colophon.
-  Signatures: a⁸ ²a⁸ b-z⁸ [et]⁸ [con]⁸ A-B⁸ (leaf a8 blank).
-  Goff B-148
-  Hain-Copinger 2517
-  GW 3420
-  BM 15th cent. VIII, 264 (IB. 41714)
-  "Le registre des fueilles": p. [447].
Medium
[448] p. : 20 ill. (woodcuts) ; 32 cm. (fol.)
Call Number
AE2 .B2714 1491
Library of Congress Catalog Number
00522095


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