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Anselmus

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Analysis of Content

[*2r] ‘Tabula.’

[*2v] Danhauser, Petrus: [Letter to] Johannes Löffelholz. Incipit: ‘Beatus Anselmus ordinis sancti Benedicti professus, ornatissime vir, theologus per quem fuit ameni ingenii doctrina quoque ista vtiliore ac delectabili . . .’

[*3r] Löffelholz, Johannes: [Letter] to Petrus Danhauser. Incipit: ‘Beati Anselmi, cuius te ingenio ac eloquentia adductum opera queque scripserit te in vnum colligere ais, humanissime Petre . . .’

[*3v] [Löffelholz, Johannes: Poem] to Petrus Danhauser. Incipit: ‘Tu nihil inuidiam veritus, nihil inde labores | Nil hos que nasum rhinocerontis habent'; 3 elegiac distichs.

[*3v] ‘Vita beati Anselmi.’ Incipit: ‘Prouinciam vite beati Anselmi gestaque simul memoratu digna hoc in loco capescere phas esset, nisi humanissimus vir Johannes Loffelholtz suis in litteris superioribus quam ubere de illis satisfecisset . . .’

[*4r] ‘Inuocatio matris virginis simul et filii in oratione ad sanctam Mariam.’ PL CLVIII 948-50. Anselm, Opera omnia, ed. F. S. Schmitt, 6 vols (Edinburgh 1946-61), III 13-14.

[*4r] ‘Ex gestis Anselmi colliguntur forma et mores beate Marie.’ Incipit: ‘Maria Dei genitrix didicit hebraycas litteras adhuc patre eius Joachim viuente . . .’

a1r Anselmus: Cur deus homo, two books. PL CLVIII 359-432. Anselm, Libri duo Cur Deus homo, ed. F. S. Schmitt, Florilegium Patristicum, 18 (Bonn, 1929). Anselm, Opera omnia, II 42-133. Anselm, Pourquoi Dieu s'est fait homme, ed. René Roques, Sources chrétiennes, 91 (Paris, 1963), 198-460. With tables of contents preceding each book.

c5r Anselmus: De incarnatione verbi contra hebreos. PL CLVIII 259-84. Anselm, Epistola de incarnatione verbi, ed. F. S. Schmitt, Florilegium Patristicum, 28 (Bonn, 1931). Anselm, Opera omnia, II 39-41 and 3-35. With table of contents after the prologue.

d4r Anselmus: De conceptu virginali et peccato originali. ‘Capitula.’

d4v Anselmus: De conceptu virginali et peccato originali. PL CLVIII 431-64. Anselm, Opera omnia, II 139-73.

e4r ‘Declaratio cuiusdam de eodem libro.’ PL CLVIII 463-8.

e5v Anselmus: Proslogion. PL CLVIII 223-48. Anselm, Fides quaerens intellectum. Id est Proslogion, liber Gaunilonis pro insipiente atque liber apologeticus contra Gaunilonem, ed. Alexandre Koyré (Paris, 1930), 2-54. Anselm, Opera omnia, I 93-122. Anselm, Liber Proslogion, ed. F. S. Schmitt, Florilegium Patristicum, 29 (Bonn, 1931), 6-25. Anselm, Proslogion, ed. M. J. Charlesworth (Oxford, 1965), 102-54. With table of contents after the prologue.

f5r Anselmus: Monologion. PL CLVIII 142-224. Anselm, Liber Monologion, ed. F. S. Schmitt, Florilegium Patristicum, 20 (Bonn, 1929). Anselm, Opera omnia, I 7-87. With table of contents after the prologue.

h8r Anselmus: De processione spiritus sancti contra Grecos. PL CLVIII 285-326. Anselm, Opera omnia, II 177-219.

k2v Anselmus: Dialogus de casu diaboli. ‘Capitula.’

k3r Anselmus: Dialogus de casu diaboli. PL CLVIII 325-60. Anselm, Opera omnia, I 233-76.

l5r Anselmus [pseudo-; Gaunilo]: Pro insipiente. Anselm, Proslogion, ed. Koyré, 56-68. Anselm, Opera omnia, I 125-9. Anselm, Proslogion, ed. Schmitt, 28-32. Anselm, Proslogion, ed. Charlesworth, 156-66.

l6r [Anselmus]: Contra insipientem. PL CLVIII 247-60. Anselm, Proslogion, ed. Koyré, 70-96. Anselm, Opera omnia, I 130-9. Anselm, Proslogion, ed. Schmitt, 33-40. Anselm, Proslogion, ed. Charlesworth, 168-90.

l8v Anselmus: ‘De miseria hominis.’ PL CLVIII 722-5. Anselm, Opera omnia, III 76-9.

m1v Anselmus: De diversitate sacramentorum. PL CLVIII 551-4. Anselm, Opera omnia, II 239-42.

m2r Anselmus: De fermentato et azimo. PL CLVIII 541-8. Anselm, Opera omnia, II 223-32.

m3v Anselmus [pseudo-]: Expositiones membrorum et actuum Dei et vestimentorum. ‘Liber in expositionem membrorum, vestimentorum et actuum Dei.’ Incipit: ‘[V]bicumque sacra scriptura supersim(!) diuinos(!) libros(!) in Deo motus anime seu humana membra describit . . .’

m6r Anselmus [pseudo-]: De voluntate Dei. PL CLVIII 581-4. Also attributed to Hieronymus, Augustinus, Bonaventura, and Eucherius.

m7r Anselmus: De concordia praescientiae et praedestinationis et gratiae Dei cum libero arbitrio. PL CLVIII 507-42. Anselm, Opera omnia, II 245-88.

n8v Anselmus: De libero arbitrio. ‘Capitula.’

o1r Anselmus: De libero arbitrio. PL CLVIII 489-506. Anselm, Opera omnia, I 207-26.

o6r Anselmus: De veritate. PL CLVIII 467-86. Anselm, Opera omnia, I 173-99.

p3v Anselmus [pseudo-; Eadmerus Cantuariensis]: Liber de similitudinibus, cap. 1-185. PL CLIX 605-99. The unexpanded version under the title De humanis moribus, ed. R. W. Southern and F. S. Schmitt, Memorials of Saint Anselm, Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi, 1 (Oxford, 1969), 39-104. On authorship see PL CLIX 605 and Memorials, 6-13.

s4v Anselmus [pseudo-]: De mensuratione crucis. PL CLIX 289-302. On authorship see PL CLIX 289.

s8v Anselmus [pseudo-; Augustinus pseudo-; Jean de Fécamp]: Meditationes magnae, cap. 1-9. A paraphrase of PL XL 901-9 (ascribed to Augustine). On the composition of the Meditationes see PL supplement II 1365 and Wilmart, Auteurs spirituels, 127, n. 2, and 128, n. 1, who ascribes the text to Jean de Fécamp; E. Lamirande ‘The Picture of the Heavenly Jerusalem . . .', Revue des études augustiniennes, 25 (1979), 158-60. On Fécamp see J. Leclercq and J. P. Bonnes, Un maître de la vie spirituelle au XI siècle: Jean de Fécamp (Paris, 1946).

t4r Anselmus: Meditatio de redemptione generis humani. PL CLVIII 762-9. Anselm, Opera omnia, III 84-91.

t6r Anselmus [pseudo-]: De passione Domini. PL CLIX 271-90. On authorship see PL CLIX 271.

v3r Anselmus [pseudo-; Ekbertus de Schönau]: ‘Speculum euangelici sermonis quo Dominus noster Jesus Christus potest tamquam presens speculari . . . alias stimulus amoris . . . nuncupatus.’ PL CLVIII 748-61. On authorship see PL CXCV 113.

v6v Anselmus [pseudo-; Hervaeus Burdigalensis?; Radulphus Cantuariensis?]: Homelia “Intravit Jesus in quoddam castellum” [Lc 10,38]. PL CLVIII 644-9. On authorship see Schneyer, Repertorium, II no. 9. CIBN A‑404 ascribes to Radulphus Cantuariensis; Sharpe, Latin Writers, no. 1242.

x2r Anselmus: Epistolae. Epistola II,12: PL CLVIII 1160-3. PL CLVIII 551-4. Epistolae 101, 112, 417 (= De diversitate sacramentorum), 121, 168, 258, 231, 37, 65, 160, 161, 188, 281, 185: Anselm, Opera omnia, III 232-4, 244-6; II 239-42; III 260-1; IV 43-6, 170-1, 136-8; III 144-8, 181-5; IV 29-31, 31-4, 73-4, 196-8, 203-4.

y4r Anselmus [pseudo-; Honorius Augustodunensis]: De imagine mundi, lib. 1-2. PL CLXXII 121-65 (beginning of lib. 3). Valerie I. J. Flint, ‘Honorius Augustodunensis, Imago mundi’, Archives d'histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Ǎge, 49 (1982), 7-123.

Imprint

Imprint: Nuremberg: Caspar Hochfeder, [for Petrus Danhauser], 27 Mar. 1491. Folio.

Collation

Collation: [*4] a–d8 e6 f–s8 t–z [et]6.

References

ISTC: ia00759000

GW: GW 2032;

Hain: HC *1134;

Goff: Goff A‑759;

BMC: BMC II 473;

Proctor: Pr 2285;

Others: BSB‑Ink A‑554; CIBN A‑404; Sack, Freiburg, 202-3; Emil van der Vekene, Kaspar Hochfeder (Baden-Baden, 1974), 2; Sheppard 1656-7.

LCN: 14425012

Copies

Copy number: A-303(1)

Binding: Seventeenth-century English blind-tooled mottled calf. Formerly chained: staple-marks of a hasp at the head of the upper cover; the gold stamp of the Bodleian Library on both covers.

Size: 265 × 189 × 32 mm.

Size of leaf: 258 × 170 mm.

Early foliation, occasional early marginal notes. On [*1r]: ‘Vixi satis si Christe sat vixi tibi' in a sixteenth/seventeenth-century hand signed J. B.

Red capital strokes.

Provenance: Thomas Harper (†1508); on [*1r]: ‘Ex dono thome harper sacre theologie professoris'. ‘J. B.' on [*1r], possibly to be identified with Joseph Barnes (c.1549-1618). On [et5v]: ‘liber . . .' in faded red ink. Probably one of the 38 volumes presented by Merton College in 1600; in the Bodleian Library by 1605; see James, Catalogus (1605), 3.

Former Bodleian shelfmarks: A 3. 2 Th.; J 7. 9 Th.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 4.6.

Copy number: A-303(2)

Wanting the blank leaf [et6].

Leaf [*3] bound before [*2].

Binding: Nineteenth-century calf (c.1825) for the Bodleian Library, the spine gold-tooled; the gold stamp of the Library on both covers.

Size: 265 × 195 × 25 mm.

Size of leaf: 258 × 180 mm.

Occasional early marginal notes. On [*1r] a Latin note on the origin of nobility.

On a1r a 16-line initial is supplied in pale magenta with highlighting and pen-work infill on a red and pale blue ground within a pale green frame; other initials with some pen-flourishing and paragraph marks are supplied in red; red capital strokes.

Provenance: ‘Purchased at Hamburgh 1825' for £1. 1. 0; see Books Purchased (1825), 2.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: Auct. P 4.10.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 4.5.


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