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LOGICA PARVA. PAULUS VENETUS.Tractatus summularum logice. Venice (Petrus [de Quarengiis, de Quirenti] Bergamensis) 1498.
8:o (214x143 mm.). 48 leaves, printed in 2 columns, 49 lines.
Modern vellum, warped covers, blank spine. Contemporary annotations by a student mostly in the margins. Some foxing.
Provenance: In lower margin of first leaf of text "Ioannis Baptiste Vercelli nunc erit ad usum B. Benidicti ad usum erit J. Andrei de... nunc erit ad voluntatem superioris" (partly overwritten). On verso of title 4 manuscript lines in a later hand, taken from 2 different satirical anti-papist poems.
Hain-Copinger 4410 and 4652.
Rare incunabula edition of the most famous tract on logic from the 15th century, mostly known as "Logica parva". The editio princeps was printed in 1472, with only one copy known.