Ludolphus de Saxonia, 14th Century.
|Ludolphi Carthusiensis qui et autor fuit vite Christi; in Psalterium expositio. In qua subjecte reperiunt materie.||Google translation: The life of Christ, who also was the founder of the Carthusian Ludolphi; Psalter explanation. In which they find the subject matter.|
|Tabula cunctorum daviticorum psalmorum.||Table of all the Psalms of David.|
|Tabula versiculorum omnium...||Table verses all ...|
|Tabula materiarum principalium in marginibus annotatorum.||Table on the ends of the principal of materials noted above.|
|Additur in margine ad solitam Hieronymi translationem divi Augustini accuratissima de hebreo in latinum translatio.||Jerome, on the margin is added to the usual translation of the translation into Latin of the heavenly Augustine most accurate from Hebrew.|
Parisiis [Paris]: [Per Udalricum Hering & Bertholdum Rembolt Socios, 1506]. Text in Latin. Printer's device on title page. The last three leaves contain: "Francisci Petrarchae poetae lureati Psalmi peniteniales elegantes devoti."
Contemporary leather binding with tooled decorations on the cover, with vestiges of metal clasps. Apparently first printed in 1491 with the title, Expositio in Psalterium, this commentary on the Psalms of David is the earliest book in Special Collections, printed in January, 1506.
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