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a2r Bartholomaeus Brixiensis: [Prologue.] Incipit: ‘[Q]uoniam suffragantibus antiquorum laboribus minores . . .’ See Schulte, II 84-5.
a2r Bartholomaeus Brixiensis: Casus decretorum. Incipit: ‘[H]umanum genus. Casus iste sic ponitur . . .’
Imprint: Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, 9 Aug. 1489. Folio.
Collation: a8 b–z8.6 [et]8 [con] t̃6 [rum]8.
Remarks: Collation as GW, not as BMC, which collates ‘ . . .[et] [con]6 [rum]8.’
GW: GW 3426;
Hain: HC 2472;
Goff: Goff B‑151;
BMC: BMC III 768;
Proctor: Pr 7674;
Others: BSB‑Ink B‑102; Rhodes 273; Sack, Freiburg, 465; Sheppard 2480.
Copy number: B-071(1)
Binding: Contemporary German blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards; one clasp lost. On the upper cover a frame is formed by triple fillets. The interior is divided by triple fillets into two upper and lower compartments and a central horizontal band. In the upper and lower compartments a large circular rosette stamp and four lozenge-shaped eagle stamps; in the central horizontal band the circular rosette stamp. On the lower cover a frame is formed by triple fillets. The interior is divided by diagonal triple fillets into triangular compartments, in which is a large circular floral stamp and the wreath stamp, containing the words ‘Maria hilff uns'. Contemporary manuscript label, giving author and title on the upper cover.
Size: 297 × 210 × 55 mm.
Size of leaf: 287 × 195 mm.
Parchment manuscript pastedowns from a twelfth-century, Bavarian/Austrian(?) missal. Recto of upper pastedown part of ‘Feria V' and ‘Feria VI' ‘post Dominicam II Quadragesimae': begins in the middle of ‘oratio' for ‘Feria V', with incipit: ‘conuenienter int[enti] . . . mentis et corpor[is per]' (P. Bruylants, Les oraisons du missel romain (Louvain, 1952), II 237 no. 837); there follow fragments of the ‘secretum', ‘[P]resenti sacrifici[o] . . . ieiunia dicata s[ ] nostra profitetur ex[trinsecus]' (Bruylants II 236, no. 832), the ‘postcommunio', ‘[G]ratia tua nos quesumus . . . [no]bis opem semper adq[uirat]' (Bruylants II 156, no. 573) and the ‘super populum', ‘[A]desto domine fam[ulis] . . . qui te auctore . . . [glorian]tur et congregat[a] . . . conserues. per' (Bruylants II 15, no. 23). Thereafter are fragments from ‘Feria VI', the ‘oratio', ‘[D]a quesumus o[mnipotens] . . . nos purifi[cante] . . . mentibus ad sancta . . .' (Bruylants II 60, no. 193), the ‘secretum', ‘[H]aec in nobis sa[crificia] . . . permaneant et . . .' (Bruylants II 159-60, no. 583) and the ‘postcommunio', ‘[F]ac nos domine quesumus . . . salutis aeterne . . .' (Bruylants II 150, no. 551). On the verso and, perhaps, on the lower pastedown is a continuation of the text, but not identified precisely.
Initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red. Capital strokes and some underlining in red.
Provenance: Seeon, Bavaria, Benedictines, S. Lambertus, 1717; inscription on a2r. Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; ‘Duplum' on pastedown; old shelfmarks(?): ‘Inc 8713', on a loose slip, and ‘III N 407'. Acquired between 1847 and c.1892, possibly in 1850; not in Catalogus (1843) with Appendix.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 5Q 3.11.
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