Andreas, de Escobar, 1348-1448.
Modus confitendi.
[Rome : Johann Besicken and Martinus de Amsterdam, ca. 1500.]
BEIN 2005 386: Ms. leaf inserted at front of volume describing contents of the nine bound-together works.
BEIN 2005 386: From the library of Franklin H. Kissner. Earlier shelf label.
BEIN 2005 386: No. 1 of 9 works bound together.
Signatures: [a]? b?.
Caption on t.p. verso: Modus confitendi compositus per Reuerendu[m] Ep[iscopu]m Andrea[m] hispanum: sancte Romane ecclesie penitentiariu[m].
Imprint from bibliographies.
Gothic type; 23 lines.
Full-page title woodcut on t.p. has kneeling figure making confession, with accompanying angel and demon.
Hain 1008
Proctor 4001
GW 1803
BM 15th cent., IV, p. 142
Goff A-682
ISTC (RLIN) UKBYIA00682000-E
Confession -- Early works to 1800.
Conscience, Examination of -- Early works to 1800.
Incunabula in Yale Library.
Italy. Rome. Besicken, Johann. Ca. 1500.
Italy. Rome. Amsterdam, Martin van. Ca. 1500.
Besicken, Johann, fl. 1469-1508, printer.
Amsterdam, Martin van, printer.
Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science
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