Jean Bienayse

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Jean Bienayse
1510–1521

Imprimeur, libraire, typefounder.

Having worked in London and probably Rouen, Bienayse was established in Paris by 1510. He worked in association with Jacques Ferrebouc until 1516, sometimes also in association with Michel Lesclencher. From 1516 to 1521, he worked in association with Jean Kerbriant and Jean Adam, who purchased some of his typographical material after his death. His typographical material is not easy to specify in detail, as it was in common ownership within the two partnerships listed above. Dates for some of the material, particularly the initials, have been supplemented from other sources.

Addresses
None recorded.
References
Renouard, Répertoire, 33–34.
Imprimeurs parisiens, iii, 440–56.
BnF Data: Jean Bienayse
Devices
None.
Types
Name Size Dates Notes
T31A 61 1510
T24 95 1510
T17 112 1516
Rot94 53 1513–1517
Rot40? 64 1513–1517
Rot47? 82 1513
Rot6 180 1513–1517
Initials
Size Dates
13/14 1510–1517
20 1514
35 1514-1516
Signatures
‘$j’–‘$iiij’; ‘$i’–‘$iiii’; ‘$’–‘$.iiij.’
Catchwords
None.

31 January 1511
[Liturgies. Breviaries. Salisbury. Pars estivalis.]
Portiforium seu breuiarium ad vsum insignis ecclesie Sarum castigatum, correctum, suppletum: ...
[Paris]: [Colophon:] Impressa Parisius [pr. by J. Ferrebouc and J. Bienayse], Anno M.CCCCC. decimo. secundo kal. Februarii [1510 (1511 n.s.?)].
8°: ⁸ A–G; a–q; AA–NN⁸ OO¹⁰.
[View full record]C.35.d.4 (lacks first gathering)
26 April 1511
[Liturgies. Missals. Salisbury.]
Missale ad consuetudinem insignis ecclesie Sarum.
[Paris]: Venundantur in edibus wynandi de worde: aut Richardi Facques Londoñ. [Colophon:] Absolutum in Parhisiorum academia: Anno Millesimo quingentesimo vndecimo vj. kl. maij. Impensis atque sumptibus wynandi de worde: Richardi facques: Iohannis bienayse & Iacobi ferrebouc diligentia Radulphi sutoris, 1511.
2°: a–m⁸ n–o¹⁰ A–G <A>–<E>⁸ <F>⁶.
Printed in Paris by Raoul Cousturier for Jean Bienayse and Jacques Ferrebouc and for Wynkyn de Worde and Richard Faques in London.
[View full record]C.109.k.16 (lacks o5.6)
1513
Guillermus, Altissiodorensis, -1231.
[Explanatio in quattuor sententiarum libros.]
Aurea doctoris acutissimi sacrique presulis domini Guillelmi altissiodorensis in quattuor sententiarum libros perlucida explanatio.
[Paris]: Venundatur Parisius a Francisco Regnault [pr. by J. Bienayse and J. Ferrebouc], [c. 1513].
2°: πA–B⁶ πC a–z & A–C⁸ D⁶ E–H AA–GG⁸ HH¹⁰.
Printed in Paris for François Regnault with the typographical material of the partnership of Jean Bienayse and Jacques Ferrebouc.
[View full record]470.b.2(2).
1513
Ailly, Pierre d’, 1350-1420?
[Questiones super primum, tertium et quartum sententiarum.]
Questiones magistri Petri de alliaco ... super primum tertium et quartum Sententiarum.
[Paris]: Venundantur parisii in domo Ioannis parui. [Colophon:] Nuper impresse parisius [pr. by J. Barbier and J. Bienayse]. Impensis Iohannis petit, [c. 1513].
8°: a–c ²a–z & ʔ A–M⁸.
Printed in Paris for Jean Petit, the printing shared by Jean Bienayse and Jean Barbier.
[View full record]847.l.2.
21 March 1515
[Liturgies. Breviaries. Trinitarians.]
Breuiarium ad vsum Fratrum ordinis Sanctissime Trinitatis de redemptione captiuorum ... reuisum ...
[Paris]: Pressum est (virginei quintum post nestora partus. ter quinque adiunctis). Milleno quingentesimo, decimo quoque quinto. Venundantur Parisius in vico sancti Iacobi Sub signo Pellicani, e regione Maturinorum [address of Marnef]. [Colophon:] Parisijque diligentia Gaufredi de marnef. Per Iohannem bienayse et Iacobum ferrebouc impressum. Anno decimo quarto quingentesimoque supra Millesimum die vero vicesimo prima mensis Marcij ante festum Pasche [1515 n.s.].
8°: ⁴ a–h; aa–gg⁸ kk¹⁰; A–P; <A>– <E>; AA–EE⁸ FF⁴; [red] <A>–<L>⁸.
[View full record]3365.aa.44 (destroyed by bombing in World War II)
1515
Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280.
[Ars praedicandi.]
Sequitur Ars predicandi perutilis predicatoribus a magistro alberto edita.
[Paris]: [pr. by J. Bienayse and J. Ferrebouc], [c. 1515].
8°: A–C⁸ D⁴.
Printed in Paris with the typographical material of the workshop of Jean Bienayse and Jacques Ferrebouc, c. 1515.
[View full record]C.51.aa.6(4).
22 August 1516
[Liturgies. Missals. Salisbury.]
Missale ad vsum insignis ac preclare ecclesie Sarum.
[Paris]: Consummatum In alma Parisiorum academia. Anno M.ccccc.xvj. [Colophon:] Impressum parisius, per Iohannem kerbriant alias huguelin, & Iohannem Adam socios. Impensis eorundem, necnon Iohannis Petit atque Iohannis Bienayse. Anno millesimo quingentesimo decimosexto. Die vero .xxij. mensis augusti [1516].
8°: a–t⁸ v⁴ A–I ²A–H⁸.
Printed in Paris by Jean Kerbriant and Jean Adam for themselves, Jean Petit and Jean Bienayse.
[View full record]C.35.d.8 (lacks leaves 1, 2, 7, 8; title page supplied in facsimile)
Davis 20.
7 May 1517
Temesvári Pelbárt, approximately 1435-1504.
Pomerium sermonum de beata virgine vel stellarium corone beate virginis. Per ... Pelbartum de Themesrvar [sic] .
[Paris]: Impressum Parisius. Per Iohannem bienayse Impensis Iohannis Parui, Francisci Regnault: et Ponceti le preux. Anno Millesimo quingentesimo decimo septimo. Sole vero Maij septimam lustrante [1517].
8°: πa–b a–z ʔ & ꝝ A–O⁸.
[View full record]4423.ee.10 (destroyed by bombing in World War II)
1518
[Liturgies. Missals. Rome.]
Missale ad sacrosancte Romane ecclesie vsum.
[Paris]: impressum. Nouissime quoque in alma Parisiorum academia. Anno Millesimo quingentesimo decimo octauo. [Colophon:] Impressum Parisius per Iohannem Kerbriant, alias Huguelin, & Iohannem bienayse socios. Impensis eorundem ac Iohannis Adam, [1518].
8°: ⁸ a–r⁸; A–E⁸ F⁴; ²A–H⁸ I⁴.
Printed in Paris by Jean Kerbiant and Jean Bienayse for themselves and Jean Adam.
[View full record]3395.c.17 (destroyed by bombing in World War II)
22 November 1520
[Liturgies. Missals. Rome.]
Missale ad sacrosancte ecclesie Romane vsum.
[Paris]: [Colophon:] In alma Parisiorum academia impensis Iohannis bienayse et Iohannis adam, 1520.
2°: ⁸ a–h⁸ i–k⁶; A⁸ B–C⁶ D⁴; ²A–D⁸; 3A–F⁶; ⁴A–H⁸ I⁶.
Printed in Paris for Jean Adam and Jean Bienayse, presumably with their typographical material.
[View full record]3366.dd.14 (destroyed by bombing in World War II)

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