[ARISTOTLE] MARSILIUS DE INGHEN (1340-1396). De genera[tione]...in libros de generatione et corruptione Aristotelis...Item questiones Alberti de Saxonia in eosdem libros. Venice: Ottaviano Scoto, 1520.
Copy in fine internal condition containing a scarce incunable commentary on Aristotle's de Anima, never passed at auction (RBH) by Archbishop Aegidius Romano, disciple of St. Thomas Aquinas and tutor of Philip the Fair, and a scarce and important commentary by the Occamist theologian De Ingen of Heidelberg on Aristotle's principles of physics and naturalistics.2 works in one volume, Folio, (303 x 215mm) woodcut initials and printer's device to colophon, some illustrations in the text, text in two columns [BOUND WITH:] EGIDIO ROMANO (1247-1316). Expositio Egidij romani super libros de anima. Venice: Scoto, 1496. Woodcut initials and illustrations in the text, text in two columns in Gothic letter. Contemporary binding with reused vellum, title lettered to edges and spine in manuscript (some wear and chipping to spine). Provenance: old notes in margins, ownership inscription to title-page.. (1)
ESTIMATE € 1.000 - 1.500