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Gerson, Johannes

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a1r [Title-page.]

a2r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to] his brother Johannes the Celestine. Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 40, 199; see G. M. Roccati, ‘Geiler von Keyserberg et la tradition imprimée des œuvres de Gerson', Revue française d'histoire du livre, 47 (1985), 271-89. The whole volume was edited by Petrus Schottus and Johannes Geiler von Kaysersberg; see VL II 1266-74, at 1268.

a2r Gerson, Johannes: Descriptio peregrini. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 126, 15-16.

a2r [Schottus, Petrus]: ‘Compendiosa laus.’ Incipit: ‘[J]ohannem de Gerson Parisiensem quondam studii cancellarium . . .’ Explicit: conformitatem materiarum subiuncti’ On the authorship see VL VIII 831-8, at 838.

a3r ‘Annotatio titulorum.’ At the end of the Annotatio is a rubric announcing both an epitaph and the following work; the epitaph is not included in this edition, but see G‑087.

a5r Gerson, Johannes: De laude scriptorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 454, 423-34.

a8r [Rubric about the use of the concordance.] ‘Prohemium.’ Incipit: ‘Circa lecturam istarum concordantiarum considerandum est . . .’

a8r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Prohemium seu prologus.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 450, 245-8.

b1r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Prologus.’ Incipit: ‘[E]uangelicos canones composuit Eusebius Cesariensis in Greco . . .’ Explicit:` . . .deambularis animo. Vale frater.’

b1r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Prohemium.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 450, 248-9.

b1v ‘Tabula continens cl rubricas.’

b3r [Four tables of ‘rubricelle'.]

b3v [Mnemonic verses on the tables.] Incipit: ‘Erbum(!) mutus aue montanus puer liber ortus'; 26 lines of mnemonic verse.

b5r ‘Rubricelle in magna rubrica 30.’ Incipit: ‘Octo beant lux lex archa qui viderit est non'; 5 lines of mnemonic verse on the tables.

b5r ‘Rubricelle in rubrica 141.’ Incipit: ‘Sum via cum patre do vitis quia te sed odit'; 2 lines of mnemonic verse on the tables.

b5r ‘Rubricelle in rubrica 146.’ Incipit: ‘Pontio dant vinctum Iudas albis homicida'; 2 lines of mnemonic verse on the tables. ‘Rubricelle in rubrica 150.’ ‘Tres duo stabant auete fregit stat medio pax'; 2 lines of mnemonic verse on the tables.

b5r Monotessaron, sive Concordantiae IV evangelistarum. ‘Monotesseron siue unum ex quattuor.’ [Edited by Johannes Gerson.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 450, 249-373. This work consists of extracts from the four Gospels, with marginal commentary by Gerson.

h1r Gerson, Johannes: De potestate ecclesiastica et de origine iuris. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 282, 210-50.

i4r Gerson, Johannes: De plenitudine potestatis ecclesiasticae. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 283, 250-1.

i4r ‘Prohemium.’

i4v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in recessu Regis Romanorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 241, 471-80.

k1r Gerson, Johannes: De auferibilitate Papae. [Also known as De auferibilitate sponsi ab ecclesia.] Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 102, 294-313.

k6v Gerson, Johannes: De modo se habendi tempore schismatis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 256, 29-33, ending at the end of ‘tertium documentum.’

l2r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-]: De statu ecclesiae in Veteri et Novo Testamento. Incipit: ‘[P]ostquam superior status et effectus presentis scismatis . . .’ Explicit:` . . .volentibus eas audire.’ See Gerson, Oeuvres, I 46; the incunable edition states ‘tractatus qui ascribitur Johanni de Gersonno.’

l3r Gerson, Johannes: De unitate ecclesiae. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 272, 136-45.

l5v Gerson, Johannes: De statibus ecclesiasticis. [Also known as De statu Papae et minorum praelatorum.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 424, 25-35.

l8r Gerson, Johannes: De modo vivendi omnium fidelium. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 399, 1-5.

m1r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-; Alliaco, Petrus de]: ‘Sermo . . .de tribulationibus.’ Incipit: ‘  “[D]ominus dabit vobis signum. Ecce virgo concipiet et pariet filium”. Esa. vii recitatum etc [Is 7,14]. Nunc quod ad secundum. Reuerendissimi patres et domini, restat . . .’ Explicit:` . . .ipse vobis signum.’

m3r [Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-]; Henricus de Langenstein]: ‘Declaratio compendiosa defectuum virorum ecclesiasticorum.’ [Consilium pacis, chs 16-20.] Incipit: ‘[F]orte dicitur mihi ecclesia fundata est super firmam petram . . .’ See Glorieux I 47.

m5r [Verse.] Incipit: ‘Clemens Vrbano litem quia mouerat ergo | Explicit errantem codes vasurus in orbem'; 11 hexameters.

m5r Gerson, Johannes: De schismate vel De papatu contendentibus. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 255, 24-8.

m6r Gerson, Johannes: De schismate. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 259, 42-51.

n2r Gerson, Johannes: De concilio unius obedientiae. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 260, 51-8.

n4r Gerson, Johannes: [De restitutione obedientiae.] Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 262, 62-6.

n5r ‘Decreta in sessione publica concilii generalis Constantiensis die sabbati ix octobris Anno Mccccxvii et primo prohemium super futuris conciliis celebrandis.’ Incipit: ‘[F]requens generalium conciliorum celebratio agri dominici . . .’ Explicit:` . . .et publice intimetur.’

n6r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in die Circumcisionis. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 212, 64-84, ending imperfectly.

o3r ‘Considerationes quatuor de pace.’ Incipit: ‘[F]inis policie ecclesiastice et cuiuslibet legis . . .’ Explicit:` . . .glorificans in futuro.’

o5r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to Ludovicus, Duke of Orléans.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 16, 71-2.

o5r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to Petrus de Aliaco.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 20, 79-80.

o5v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in die Ascensionis Domini. ‘Sermo factus coram Alexandro papa . . . in die ascensionis domini.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 221, 204-17.

p3v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo: Propositio facta Massiliae coram Benedicto XIII. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 214, 107-22.

q1v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo: Propositio facta coram Anglicis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 271, 125-35.

q4r Gerson, Johannes: Trilogus in materia schismatis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 264, 69-96

r2v Charles Vi, King of France: ‘Epistola . . . iustificatiua subtractionum factarum a Petro de Luna non obstante obedientia suo predecessori et sibi quandoque prestita.’ Incipit: ‘[K]arolus dei gratia Francorum rex vniuersis Christifidelibus salutem. In domino et ad eam quam sumopere desideramus ecclesiasticam vnionem vnanimiter aspirare pax ecclesiastica . . .’ Explicit:` . . .sigilli fecimus munimineroborari . . .Amen.’

r3v Gerson, Johannes: In festo S. Antonii. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 234, 376-98.

s4r Gerson, Johannes: De nuptiis Christi et ecclesiae. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 281, 190-210.

t1v Gerson, Johannes: Errores circa praeceptum: Non occides. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 529, 271-80.

t4r Gerson, Johannes: In festo purificationis. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 248. 538-46.

t6v Gerson, Johannes: Post recessum Johannis XXIII. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 210, 39-50.

v3r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo: Propositio facta coram Concilio Constantiensi ex parte regis Franciae. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 220, 190-204.

v7v [Note about recording the proceedings of the Council.] Incipit: ‘Et tunc postmodum dictus cancellarius Parisiensis ac magistri Jordanis . . .’

v7v Gerson, Johannes: De erroribus circa praeceptum: Non occides. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 209, 28-39.

x2v Gerson, Johannes: Contra assertiones Johannis Parvi. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 237, 420-35.

yy1r ‘Assertiones contente in propositione defuncti magistri Johannis Parui . . .’ Incipit: ‘[L]icitum est vnicuique subdito absque . . .’ Explicit:` . . .doctrinaliter annotata, etc.’

yy1v ‘Contra propositionem magistri Johannis Parui, quam intitulauit Iustificationem ducis Burgundie, etc.’ Incipit: ‘[P]resuppositis circumstantiis mortis improuise Ludouici . . .’ Explicit:` . . .iudicis cuiuscunque.’

yy2r ‘Reprobatio huius conclusionis in forma.’ Incipit: ‘[H]ec assertio sic generaliter posita et secundum acceptionem . . .’ Explicit:` . . .notet in decretis xxiii . . .’

yy2r ‘Tenor scedule ex parte episcopi Parisiensis.’ Incipit: ‘[M]agistri reuerendi mittitur vobis scedula continens assertiones aliquas . . .’ Explicit:` . . .alterius doctoris, etc.’

yy2v Gerson, Johannes: Declaratio veritatum quae credendae sunt de necessitate salutis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 280, 181-9.

y4v ‘Determinatio in concilio Constantiensi.’ Incipit: ‘Ecclesia vel generale concilium dum dictat . . .’ Explicit:` . . .stabile fundamentum.’

y4v Gerson, Johannes: De protestatione circa materiam fidei. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 274, 155-65.

y7v Gerson, Johannes: Considerationes xii de pertinacia. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 275, 165-7.

y8r Gerson, Johannes: An liceat in causis fidei Papam appellare. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 288, 283-90.

1aa2v Gerson, Johannes: Contra Petrum de Luna. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 286, 265-77.

1aa6v Gerson, Johannes: De sententia pastoris semper tenenda. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 289, 291-4.

1bb1r Gerson, Johannes: De susceptione humanitatis Christi. [Letter addressed to Johannes Bassandus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 56, 264-74.

1bb4r Gerson, Johannes: De ornatu spiritualium nuptiarum. [Letter addressed to] Bartholomaeus Clantier. Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 13, 56-62.

1bb5v Johannes de Schoenhaven: ‘Libellus . . . qui nititur defendere . . . dicta fratris Johannis Ruysbroech contra magistrum Johannem de Gerson.’ See G‑085.

1cc3r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Epistola . . . contra predictam defensionem' [addressed to] Bartholomaeus Clantier. Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 26, 97-103.

1cc4v Gerson, Johannes: Super Marcum 1,2. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 89, 26-36.

1dd1r Gerson, Johannes: De Johannis Prophetia. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 96, 109-13.

1dd2r Gerson, Johannes: Super Marcum 1,2. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 89, 36.

1dd2r Gerson, Johannes: De duplici logica. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 91, 57-63.

1dd3v Gerson, Johannes: De comparatione vitae contemplativae ad activam. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 92, 63-77.

1ee1r Gerson, Johannes: De sensu litterali sacrae scripturae. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 105, 333-40.

1ee3v Gerson, Johannes: De necessaria communione laicorum sub utraque specie. ‘Contra heresim de communione laicorum sub utraque specie.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 498, 55-64, without the concluding notes.

1ee6r Gerson, Johannes: De probatione spirituum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 448, 177-85.

1ee8r Gerson, Johannes: ‘De examinatione doctrinarum quoad primum modorum.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 456, 458-73.

1ff5r ‘Exemplum quoddam de seductione mulieris quod accidit anno domini M.cccc.xxiiii.’ Incipit: ‘[R]ecitatus est nuper Lugduni Gallie coram clero processus cuiusdam . . .’ Explicit: obstinata permansit.’

1ff5r Gerson, Johannes: De examinatione doctrinarum. ‘Alique considerationes quoad tres modos reliquos.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 456, 473-5.

1ff6r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to a Franciscan friar.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 58, 276-80.

1gg1r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to Oswaldus Carthusiensis (Oswaldus de Corda).] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 53, 251.

1gg1r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to the Collège de Navarre, Paris.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 5, 31-5, beginning imperfectly.

1gg2v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to the Collège de Navarre, Paris.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 6, 36-42.

1gg3v Gerson, Johannes: ‘Apologetica.’ Incipit: ‘Utrum licitum foret pro studio lectionis et exercitii . . .’ Explicit:` . . .occupato frequentandis.’

1gg4r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to Michaelis Bartinus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 57, 275-6.

1gg4r Gerson, Johannes: ‘An monachus pro studio lectionis possit negligere diuina.’ [Also known as De libris legendis a monacho.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 464, 609-13.

1gg6r [Gerson, Johannes: Letter addressed to his brother Johannes, Prior of the Celestines of Lyons.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 50, 245-7.

1gg6v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to his brother Johannes.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 55, 259-61, ending imperfectly.

1hh1r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to his brother Nicolaus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 11, 49.

1hh1r Gerson, Johannes: De distinctione verarum revelationum a falsis. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 90, 36-56.

1hh6v Gerson, Johannes: Trilogium astrologiae theologisatae. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 501, 90-109.

1ii4r Gerson, Johannes: Contra superstitiosam dierum observantiam. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 503, 116-21, ending imperfectly.

1ii5r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Aduersus doctrinam cuiusdam medici delati in Monte Pessulano sculpentis in numismate figuram leonis cum certis caracteribus pro curatione renum.’ Contra superstitionem sculpturae leonis. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 506, 131-3, omitting the opening details about the engraving, and ending imperfectly.

1ii5v [Gerson, Johannes: De observatione dierum quantum ad opera.] ‘Tractatus contra magistrum Jacobum Angeli medicum.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 505, 128-30.

1ii6v Gerson, Johannes: De erroribus circa artem magicam. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 500, 77-90.

1kk4r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Propostiones . . . super assertionibus fratris Mathei Grabon [Grabow] . . . de vera religione et perfectione' [addressed to] Anthonius, Cardinal of Verona. Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 43, 216; on the dedicatee see G‑085.

1kk4r Gerson, Johannes: Contra conclusiones Mathaei Grabow. ‘[A]d elucidationem veritatis et ad obedientie meritum sex propositiones.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 499, 70-2.

1kk5r Aliaco, Petrus de: ‘Tenor responsionis.’ Incipit: ‘[R]euerendissime pater et domine super scedula papirea sigillo vestro . . .’ Explicit:` . . .manu subscripsi vester totus Petrus Cardinalis Cameracensis.’ cf. Tschackert 355.

1kk5r Grabow, Mathaeus (Fl. 1475-1499): ‘Conclusiones.’ Incipit: ‘[B]eatissime pater exponitur sanctitati vestre ex parte vestri deuoti . . .’ Explicit:` . . .delium tollere, etc.’

1kk6v Grabow, Mathaeus (Fl. 1419-1421): ‘Reuocatio et abiuratio predictorum articulorum et conclusionum.’ Incipit: ‘[E]go, frater Matheus Grabou, ordinis fratrum predicatorum . . .’ Explicit:` . . .in testimonium premissorum.’

1kk6v Gerson, Johannes: Contra sectam flagellantium. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 497, 46-51.

1kk8r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to] Vincentius [Ferrerius]. Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 41, 200-2.

1ll1r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-]: ‘Contra proprietarios regule Augustini.’ Incipit: ‘[Z]elus domus tue Augustine pater amicorum salus . . .’ Explicit:` . . .concedat qui promisit.’

1ll7v [First colophon.] Part II.

1A1r [Title-page.]

1A2r ‘Tabula generalis.’

1A2v ‘Epitaphium magistri Johannis de Gerson . . . scriptum in circumferentia sepulcri in Lugduno in ecclesia Sancti Pauli et in tabula muro appensu(!) iuxta arma sua.’ Incipit: ‘Magnum parua tenet virtutibus vrna Johannem | Precelsum mentis Gerson cognomine dictum'; 6 hexameters. See Walther, Initia, 10600; the epitaph also occurs on af4r.

1A3r Gerson, Johannes: Regulae mandatorum. [Also known as Conclusiones de diversis materiis moralibus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 434, 94-132.

1B5r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-]: ‘Compendium theologice.’ Incipit: ‘[I]n isto libello est quedam breuis et summaria utilis tamen expositio . . . [S]ymbolum est omnium credendorum ad salutem . . .’ Explicit:` . . .ractatibus superius eciam designatis.’ See Gerson, Oeuvres, I 41; the incunable edition states ‘eidem cancellario ascribitur sed non apparet esse suum.’

M3v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to a bishop.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 17, 72-3. On the dedicatee see Gerson, Oeuvres, II, p. xiv.

M4r Gerson, Johannes: Opus tripartitum: De praeceptis Decalogi. Incipit: ‘[C]ristianitati suus qualiscunque zelator . . .’ Explicit:` . . .st benedictus in secula seculorum. Amen.’

N3r Gerson, Johannes: Opus tripartitum: De confessione. Incipit: ‘[Q]uisquis a morte peccati ad salutis . . .’ Explicit:` . . .utius dimittuntur.’

N5r Gerson, Johannes: Opus tripartitum: De arte moriendi. ‘De scientia mortis.’ Incipit: ‘[S]i veraces fidelesque amici . . .’ Explicit:` . . .audabiliter obseruatur.’

N6r ‘Rubrice.’

N6v Gerson, Johannes: De cognitione peccatorum venialium et mortalium. Incipit: ‘[Q]ui bene considerat bonitatem dei erga nos . . .’ Explicit:` . . .ua mandata facientes.’ French version in Glorieux. The incunable edition states that this work was written in French by Gerson and translated into Latin by someone else.

O4r Gerson, Johannes: De arte audiendi confessiones. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 401, 10-17.

O6v Gerson, Johannes: De confessione mollitiei. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 407, 71-4.

P1v Gerson, Johannes: De remediis contra recidivum peccati. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 406, 67-70.

P2v [Note about confession and confessors.] Incipit: ‘[P]reterea ille circumstantie que habentur per hunc versum . . .’ Explicit:` . . .ora scientia etas.’

P2v Gerson, Johannes: De modo confessionis et absolutionis sacramentalis. ‘Responsio eiusdem super questione sibi facta per vicarium domus carthusie de statuto ordinis eiusdem.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 469, 646-8.

P3r ‘Adhuc de eodem statuto.’ Incipit: ‘[I]tem ad questionem sibi factam per vicarium Carthusie super statuto . . .’ Explicit:` . . .e peccato veniali.’

P3r Gerson, Johannes: De modo confessionis in religionibus. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 461, 603.

P3r Gerson, Johannes: De modo excommunicationum et irregularitatum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 433, 92-4.

P4r [Gerson, Johannes]: ‘De iniunctione penitentie.’ Incipit: ‘[S]ed de iniunctione penitentie diuerse sunt opiniones . . .’ Explicit:` . . .enitencie in iunctio.’

P4r Gerson, Johannes: [De forma absolvendi a peccatis.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 446, 173-4; the incunable edition states on the authorship: ‘Hoc notabile quod sequitur multum concordat cum dictis domini Johannes Gerson ita quod videtur etiam ab ipso positum.’

P4v Gerson, Johannes: De primis motibus et consensu. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 441, 167.

P4v Gerson, Johannes: Forma absolutionis sacramentalis [addressed to his brother Nicholas]. Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 31, 133-42.

Q1r [Gerson, Johannes]: De absolutione defuncti apud Carthusienses. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 467, 643-4.

Q1v Gerson, Johannes: De potestate absolvendi. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 453, 421-3.

Q2r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter to a bishop. Also known as De moderatione casuum reservandorum in foro.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 24, 90-2, ending imperfectly. The dedicatee was perhaps Petrus de Aliaco: see Gerson, Oeuvres, II, p. xvi.

Q2v [A note by the editor on the title of the following work, no title being present in the manuscript he used.] Incipit: ‘In exemplari isti dialogo titulus non erat . . .’

Q2v Gerson, Johannes: De potestate ligandi et solvendi. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 284, 251-8.

Q4v Gerson, Johannes: Circa irregularitatem. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 431, 86-9.

Q5v Gerson, Johannes: ‘Casus quidam pulcre et vtiliter resolutus.’ Circa emendationem litterarum apostolicarum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 432, 89-91.

Q6r Gerson, Johannes: Resolutio circa materiam excommunicationum et irregularitatum. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 290, 294-6.

Q7r Gerson, Johannes: De praedestinatione. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 440, 166-7.

Q7r Gerson, Johannes: De indulgentiis. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 473, 654-8, with some variations.

Q8r Gerson, Johannes: Super indulgentia peccatorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 474, 658-60.

R1r Gerson, Johannes: Carmen super materia indulgentiarum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 113, 8.

R1r Gerson, Johannes: [De custodia linguae. Also known as Quaestiones 4.] ‘Responsa . . . ad questiones quattuor.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 427, 64-72.

R4r Gerson, Johannes: De delectatione quaerenda in divino officio. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 417, 161-2.

R4r Gerson, Johannes: Quaestiones 46. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 428, 72-83.

S1r Gerson, Johannes: De peccato veniali duplici. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 444, 170-1.

S1v Gerson, Johannes: De correptione proximi. ‘De correctione proximi.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 445, 171-3.

S2r Gerson, Johannes: De parvulis ad Christum trahendis. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 477, 669-86.

S7r Gerson, Johannes: De contractibus. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 452, 385-421.

U4v Gerson, Johannes: De simonia. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 276, 167-74.

U6v Gerson, Johannes: Ad reformationem contra simoniam. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 279, 179-81.

X1v Gerson, Johannes: De solicitudine ecclesiasticorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 455, 434-58.

X8v Gerson, Johannes: Considerationes pro volentibus condere testamentum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 468, 644-6.

Y1v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to the Celestines.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 84, 334.

Y1v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to the Carthusians.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 82, 330-1.

Y1v Gerson, Johannes: ‘De anniuersario quod sibi fieri procurauit in ecclesia sancti Pauli Lugduni Gallie vbi et sepultus iacet . . .’ Incipit: ‘[N]omine patris et filii et spiritus sancti primitus inuocato. Notum sit omnibus quorum interesse . . .’ Explicit: deus fiat fiat.’ The authenticity of this and the preceding texts is asserted: ‘Repertum est quod sequitur in libello quodam manu sua propria conscripto sicut et precedentes due epistole.’

Y2r Gerson, Johannes: Super quotidiano peregrini testamento. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 400, 5-9.

Y3r Gerson, Johannes: Testamentum peregrini mysticum. ‘Testamentum peregrini metricum.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 142, 104-5.

Y3v [Gerson, Johannes]: Testamentum peregrini aliud. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 147, 109-10.

Y4r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Diem natiuitatis et baptismi canit.’ [Verse: Memoriale nativitatis, addressed to] Gerardus. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 170, 147.

Y4v Gerson, Johannes: ‘Epistola consolatoria.’ [Letter in verse, addressed to his brother Johannes, the Benedictine.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 47, 226.

Y4v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter in verse, addressed to his brother Johannes, the Benedictine.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 46, 224-6.

Y5r Gerson, Johannes: De praeparatione ad missam. [Also known as De pollutione nocturna.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 425, 35-50.

Z3v Gerson, Johannes: De cognitione castitatis et pollutionibus diurnis. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 426, 50-64.

AA1r Gerson, Johannes: Pro coelibatu ecclesiasticorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 510, 145-63.

AA7r Gerson, Johannes: Carmen contra pulchritudinem corporis. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 175, 152.

AA7r Gerson, Johannes: Contra impugnantes ordinem Carthusiensium. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 496, 41-5.

AA8r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to] Johannes de Gonnant. Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 8, 44. On the dedicatee see Gerson, Oeuvres, II, xii.

AA8v [Gerson, Johannes]: De non esu carnium. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 93, 77-95.

BB5v Gerson, Johannes: De gravato debitis. ‘Quedam propositiones excerpte de lectione . . .’ Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 103, 313-19, ending slightly imperfectly.

CC1r Gerson, Johannes: De gravato debitis: Additiones super casum. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 103a, 319-22.

CC2r Gerson, Johannes: De gravato debitis: Declaratio cancellarii et facultatis. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 103b, 322-6.

CC3r Gerson, Johannes: De victu et pompa praelatorum. ‘De temperantia in cibis potu et vestibus prelatorum.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 94, 95-103.

CC5r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo de vita clericorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 239, 447-58.

CC8r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in coena Domini. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 208, 12-26,l.20.

DD4v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen contra superbiam. ‘Carmen contra tumidum cor.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 123, 13-14.

DD5r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo de coena Domini. ‘Sermo de penitentia . . . in cena domini’ Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 245, 498-511.

EE3r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo de coena Domini. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 236, 405-19.

EE7r Gerson, Johannes: Oda de paupertate evangelica. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 166, 143-4.

EE7r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo de coena Domini. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 249, 546-62.

FF4r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo de resurrectione Christi. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 244, 494-8.

FF5r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo de officio pastoris. ‘Sermo in concilio Remensi . . . factus.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 215, 123-44.

GG5v Gerson, Johannes: De visitatione praelatorum et de cura curatorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 403, 47-55, with slightly different ending.

GG8r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in Dominica XIX. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 250, 563-83.

HH6r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in Dominica XIX: Collatio. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 251, 584-97.

II3v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in festo Omnium Sanctorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 226, 265-78.

II7v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in festo Omnium Sanctorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 213, 91-107.

KK4r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in festo Omnium Sanctorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 227, 279-91.

LL1v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in festo Omnium Sanctorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 253, 604-10.

LL3r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in die Nativitatis Domini. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 252, 597-604.

LL5r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in Dominica LXX. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 233, 362-76.

LL8r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-; Johannes Vitalis de Furno]: ‘De conceptione beate virginis.’ Incipit: ‘  “[T]ota pulcra es amica mea et macula non est in te”, Can. iiii [Ct 4,7]. Magistri mei venerandi et patres dilectissimi . . .’ Explicit: viuit et regnat in secula seculorum. Amen.’ See Gerson, Oeuvres, V, p. xvii; the authorship is disputed in the incunable edition: ‘ascribitur eidem cancellario sed suus esse non apparet.’

MM4r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in festo S. Bernardi. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 230, 325-39.

NN2r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in festo S. Ludovici regis. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 217, 151-68.

NN6v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen Ut lilia crescant. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 151, 113-14.

NN6v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo de oratione. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 235, 398-405.

NN8v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in die Pentecostes. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 247, 520-38.

OO5r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-]: ‘De presentibus domini Jesu verbis.’ [Also known as Sermo de verbis domini.] Incipit: ‘[V]enite ad me omnes qui laboratis et onerati estis et . . .’ Explicit:` . . .deo sine fine.’ See Gerson, Oeuvres, I 59.

QQ1v [Gerson, Johannes]: ‘Cause propter quas cancellaria dimittere volebat.’ Incipit: ‘[C]ogor enim pluribus dominis magnis valde . . .’ Explicit:` . . .ipsa mors extorquet.’

QQ2v Gerson, Johannes: Sermo: Pro licentiandis in decretis. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 222, 218-29.

QQ5v Gerson, Johannes: De nobilitate. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 457, 476-82. Part I only.

RR1r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to the tutor (Arnulf Charreton) to the Dauphin of France (later Charles VII).] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 42, 203-15.

RR4r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-]: ‘Dialogus duorum militum Franci et Angli.’ Incipit: ‘[M]ilites in heremo Vallicluse sibi inuicem . . .’ Explicit:` . . .in seuitia perseuerant.’ See Gerson, Oeuvres, I 70; the authorship is disputed in the incunable: ‘Non apparet esse cancelarii.’

SS3r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-]; Henricus de Gorichen: De puella aut virgine Aurelianensi. ‘De quadam puella que olim in Francia equitauit.’ Wayman, ‘Chancellor and Jeanne d'Arc', 296-305; see Gerson, Oeuvres, I 70, and Weiler 100 no. 33. Wayman ascribes the work to Gerson; the incunable edition says: ‘Johanni de Gerson ascribitur sed magis apparet stilus magistri Henrici de Gorckheim.’

SS4v Gerson, Johannes: De puella Aurelianensi. ‘De mirabili victoria cuiusdam puelle.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 476, 661-5. Wayman considers this not to have been written by Gerson.

SS5v [Second colophon.] Part III.

2aa1r [Title-page.]

2aa2r ‘Tabula generalis.’ The table lists an appendix consisting of number of treaties not by Gerson, which are not included in the volume.

2aa2v ‘Summarium libri de consolatione theologie.’ Incipit: ‘[I]n prohemio notantur quatuor cause theologice consolationis . . .’ Explicit:` . . .continuare conatur.’

2aa3v Gerson, Johannes: De consolatione theologicae. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 449, 185-245.

2cc8v Gerson, Johannes: Dialogus apologeticus. Gerson, Oeuvres, VI no. 291, 296-304.

2dd2v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de causa canendi. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 128, 18-19.

2dd2v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen iocundum ad excitandum cor in superna. ‘Aliud eiusdem asclepiadeum catalecticum.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 204, 176.

2dd2v Gerson, Johannes: Deploratio studii Parisiensis. ‘Carmen lugubre pro desolatione vniuersitatis Parisiensis propter bella ciuilia.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 111, 5-7.

2dd3r Gerson, Johannes: Carmen in laudem ducis Austriae. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 195, 169-70.

2dd3v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de multiplici martyrio. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 159, 134.

2dd3v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen contra tumidum cor. ‘Carmen pro virtute patientie.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 115, 9.

2dd3v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de patientia. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 192, 168.

2dd3v Gerson, Johannes: Contra tumidum cor. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 132, 22.

2dd3v Gerson, Johannes: Oda de luctu malo, addressed to Gerardus. ‘Carmen ad Gerardum domini Delphini confessorem.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 168, 146.

2dd4r Gerson, Johannes: Oda de luctu bono. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 172, 149.

2dd4r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Carmen', [addressed to] Gerardus. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 181, 156-7.

2dd4r Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de puritate sacrae scripturae respectu aliarum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 158, 133-4.

2dd4r Gerson, Johannes: [Introductio ad Josephina.] ‘Titulus breuis.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 120, 11.

2dd4r Gerson, Johannes: Josephina. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 138, 31-100.

2ff4r [A note on corrections to the text based on marginal notes partly made in Gerson's own hand.] Incipit: ‘Annotata fuere verba [quae] sequuntur in extremo margine . . .’

2ff4r Gerson, Johannes: [Introductio altera ad Josephinam.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 110, 4.

2ff4v Scissor, Guilelmus: [Verse dedicated to Johannes Gerson.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 53a, 252; see Gerson, Oeuvres, IV, p. xxvii, and Walther, Initia, 18157.

2ff4v Gerson, Johannes: Prosa in honorem sancti Joseph. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 107, 2-3.

2ff4v [Aliaco, Petrus De(?): Verse.] Incipit: ‘O veneranda Trinitas | Jesus, Joseph et Maria'; 28 lines of verse. See Gerson, Oeuvres, IV, p. xxvii; Chevalier, Rep. hymn. 13862, AH XIX 164.

2ff5r Gerson, Johannes: Sermo in festo nativitatis BVM. Gerson, Oeuvres, V no. 232, 344-62.

2gg4r [Gerson, Johannes: In honorem sancti Joseph.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 135, 28.

2gg4r [Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de matrimonio Mariae et Joseph.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 109, 4.

2gg4r [Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de annuntiatione Dominica et Joseph.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 173, 150.

2gg4v [Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de sancto Joseph.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 156, 132.

2gg4v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de diversa immunitate a peccato Christi et matris suae. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 162, 137-8.

2gg4v Gerson, Johannes: Prosa in circumcisione Domini. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 112, 7.

2gg5r Gerson, Johannes: [Prosa de sancta virgine.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 164, 141.

2gg5r Gerson, Johannes: Centilogium de conceptibus. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 458, 500-17.

2hh2r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to] Petrus de Aliaco. ‘Prefatio . . . in librum de vita spirituali anime.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 14, 63-4.

2hh2v Gerson, Johannes: De vita spirituali animae. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 97, 113-202.

2ll7r [Note on the prologue of De vita spirituali animae.] Incipit: ‘Cum in prologo tractatus precedentis pollicitus sit . . .’ Explicit:` . . .quietus accipies.’

2ll7r Gerson, Johannes: Centilogium de impulsibus. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 414, 134-49.

mm3v Gerson, Johannes: De theologia mystica speculativa. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 100, 250-92.

oo1v Gerson, Johannes: De theologia mystica practica. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 402, 18-47.

pp1v Gerson, Johannes: De elucidatione scholastica mysticae theologiae. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 416, 154-61.

pp3v [Gerson, Johannes: Verse.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 122, 13.

pp3v [Gerson, Johannes]: Carmen de purificatione sensuum interiorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 140, 101-2.

pp4r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Opusculum epistolare . . . de religionis perfectione et moderamine' [addressed to Guilelmus Mirandus (i.e. Minaudus).] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 49, 232-45.

qq2r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Questio theologica cuius titulus est Utrum aurora mane rutilans solem ediderit.’ De consiliis evangelicis et statu perfectionis. Gerson, Oeuvres, III no. 88, 10-26.

qq6v Gerson, Johannes: De perfectione cordis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 413, 116-33.

rr3r Gerson, Johannes: De meditatione cordis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 409, 77-83.

rr5r Gerson, Johannes: De simplificatione cordis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 411, 85-97.

ss2v Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de simplificatione cordis. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 206, 177.

ss3r Gerson, Johannes: De directione cordis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 412, 97-115.

ss7r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to Gerardus Machet.] ‘De illuminatione cordis siue de vna preciosa Margarita et etiam de ipsa sancta Margareta.’ Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 54, 252-9.

ss8v Gerson, Johannes: Tractatus de oculo. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 415, 149-54.

tt2r Gerson, Johannes: De remediis contra pusillanimitatem. Gerson, Oeuvres, X no. 537, 374-85.

tt5v Gerson, Johannes: ‘De diuersis diaboli temptationibus.’ Incipit: ‘[A]d nos sub dei manu humiliandos atque cognoscendam . . .’ Explicit:` . . .gratiam meritis ac intercessionibus omnium sanctorum . . .Amen.’ According to the incunable edition, written in French and translated into Latin at the request of Nicolaus de Nuremberga.

vv3r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Contra professum inobedientem.’ [Letter addressed to a professed Carthusian brother.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 59, 280-4.

vv4r Gerson, Johannes: De zelo et fervore novitiatus. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 442, 168.

vv4v Gerson, Johannes: ‘De exercitiis discretis deuotorum simplicium.’ Incipit: ‘[D]eus vult vt sit rationabile obsequium nostrum . . .’ Explicit:` . . .diuinam caritatem.’ French version in Glorieux; regarded as spurious by BSB‑Ink; the incunable edition says: ‘de Gallico in Latinum translatum per quendam . . . unde nec mirandum si opusculum istud non conuenerit satis in stilo cum aliis eiusdem cancelarii operibus.’

xx2v Gerson, Johannes: De sacramento altaris. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 462, 603-7.

xx3v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to his brother Nicolaus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 23, 86-90.

xx4v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to his brother Nicolaus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 9, 45-8.

xx5r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to the prior of his brother Nicolaus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 10, 48-9.

xx5v [Thomas àKempis]: ‘Epistola incitatiua ad spiritualem profectum.’ Thomas à Kempis, Opera, IV, ed. M. J. Pohl (Freiburg im Breisgau, 1918), 449-61.

yy1r [Thomas àKempis]: ‘Epistola de custodia habenda ad seipsum.’ Thomas à Kempis, Opera, IV, ed. Pohl, 462-6.

yy1v [Thomas àKempis]: ‘Epistola pro confortatione cuiusdam tentati.’ Thomas à Kempis, Opera, IV, ed. Pohl, 466-73.

yy2v [Thomas àKempis]: ‘Epistola de conuersione et perseuerantia in bono proposito.’ Thomas à Kempis, Opera, IV, ed. Pohl, 474-9.

yy3r [Thomas àKempis]: ‘Epistola de pia memoria defunctorum.’ Thomas à Kempis, Opera, IV, ed. Pohl, 479-83.

yy3v Gerson, Johannes: De passionibus animae. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 423, 1-25.

zz2r Gerson, Johannes: Carmen ad Petrum de Alyaco quod vita somnium sit. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 171, 148.

zz2r ‘Capitula huius opusculi De monte contemplationis ex Gallico in Latinum translati.’

zz2v Gerson, Johannes: ‘De contemplatione'; ‘De monte contemplationis.’ Incipit: ‘[M]irari nonnulli fortasse poterunt ac . . .’ Explicit:` . . .illud relinquens discutiendum.’ French version in Glorieux; the incunable edition states: ‘ex Gallico in Latinum translatum.’

Bb1r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to his friends in the Collège de Navarre, Paris.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 4, 29-30.

Bb1r Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to the Collège de Navarre, Paris.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 5, 30-1, part only.

Bb1v Gerson, Johannes: [Letter addressed to his brother Nicolaus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 12, 54-5.

Bb2r [Gerson, Johannes]: De mendicitate spirituali. ‘Secretum colloquium hominis contemplatiui.’ Incipit: ‘[O] mea pauper, mea infirma, mea paralitica . . .’ Explicit:` . . .iocundi aduersus.’

Ee1r Gerson, Johannes: ‘Epistola . . . docens de quo quis per singulos dies cogitare debeat', [addressed to nuns.] Incipit: ‘[S]ororibus meis in Christo Jesu carissimis et dilectissimis salutem . . .’ Explicit:` . . .viuis ac mortuis.’

Ee2r Gerson, Johannes: Appellatio peccatoris ad divinam misericordiam. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 420, 536-9.

Ee3r Gerson, Johannes: De modo orandi. ‘De oratione et suo valore.’ [Letter addressed to his brother Johannes.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 37, 169-74.

Ee4v Gerson, Johannes: ‘Secunda pars.’ [Letter addressed to his brother Johannes.] Gerson, Oeuvres, II no. 38, 175-91.

Ee8v Gerson, Johannes: Decem considerationes in orando Deum. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 419, 535.

Ff1r Gerson, Johannes: De meditatione cordis. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 408, 76-7.

Ff1r Gerson, Johannes [pseudo-; Johannes de Fécamp]: Oratio cum peccator de peccatis est anxius. Incipit: ‘[A]ltissime et mitissime amator deus hominum creator . . .’ Explicit:` . . .perduci merear ad regnum celorum . . .secula seculorum. Amen.’ See Gerson, Oeuvres, I 59.

Ff2r Gerson, Johannes: De canticis. Gerson, Oeuvres, IX no. 460, 524-602.

Ii5v Gerson, Johannes: Super Magnificat. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 418, 163-534.

Zz5r Gerson, Johannes: Opus metricum super Magnificat. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 153, 115-27.

Zz7v Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen de viro et muliere.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 141, 102-4.

Zz7v Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen de oratione dominica.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 133, 22-3.

Zz8r Gerson, Johannes: [Pater versificatus.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 155, 128-31.

Zz8v Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen de septenis.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 190, 164.

Zz8v Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen de suavi iugo Christi.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 130, 19-21 (part only).

ab1r Gerson, Johannes: [Contra superbiam.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 123, 13-14, wanting the last couplet. This poem is here inserted into the ‘Carmen de suavi iugo Christi'.

ab1r Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen de suavi iugo Christi.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 130, 21.

ab1r Gerson, Johannes: Carmen de simplificatione cordis. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 206, 177.

ab1v Gerson, Johannes: [Verse.] Incipit: ‘Est domini pietas in progenies timoratas | Contritis grauibus dat leue suaue iugum'; 1 elegiac distichon.

ab1v Gerson, Johannes: [Lamentatio de miseriis Franciae.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 139, 100-1.

ab1v Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen in laudem ducis Austriae.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 195, 169-70, missing the final couplet.

ab1v Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen de vita solitaria seu contemplativa ecclesiasticorum.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 127, 16-18.

ab2r Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen de vita solitaria.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 150, 112-13.

ab2r Gerson, Johannes: [Centilogium de theologia mystica.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 177, 153-5.

ab2v Gerson, Johannes: [Centilogium meditationis crucis.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 134, 23-5, ending imperfectly.

ab3r Gerson, Johannes: [Calendarium metricum.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 191, 165-6, ending imperfectly.

ab3r Gerson, Johannes: [De scripturae recta interpretatione.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 165, 142-3.

ab3v Gerson, Johannes: [De poenitentia.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 198, 171-2.

ab3v Gerson, Johannes: [Calendarium metricum.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 191, 166-7.

ab4r Gerson, Johannes: [Cor Josephina reple.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 163, 138-41.

ab4v Gerson, Johannes: [Ut festum Joseph celebretur.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 125, 15.

ab4v Gerson, Johannes: [Carmen de eminenti Mariae sanctitate.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 121, 11-12.

ab5r Gerson, Johannes: [Centilogium meditationis crucis.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 134, 23-8.

ab6r [Gerson, Johannes: Carmen contra minas mordentes.] Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 205, 176-7.

ab6r Gerson, Johannes: Anagogicum de verbo et hymno gloriae. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 421, 540-65.

ac4r Gerson, Johannes: Epithalamium misticum theologi et theologiae. Gerson, Oeuvres, IV no. 167, 144-6, missing the final verse.

ac4r Gerson, Johannes: Super Cantica Canticorum. Gerson, Oeuvres, VIII no. 422, 565-639.

af3v Gerson, Johannes, Prior of the Celestines of Lyons.: ‘De completione huius operis.’ Incipit: ‘[C]ompleuit iste doctor eleuatus hoc opus . . .’ Explicit:` . . .agere non desiste.’

af3v ‘Epithaphium magistri Johannis Gerson.’ Incipit: ‘[E]uocat ad planctum studium te Parisiense | Et celebrem gemitum funere plaga recens'; 33 elegiac distichs. See Walther, Initia, 5971.

af4r ‘Aliud.’ Incipit: ‘Fortis in ecclesia bellator maxime Gerson | Armatus gladio cingis ouile dei'; 2 elegiac distichs. See Walther, Initia, 6806.

af4r ‘Epitaphium scriptum in circumferentia sepulcri in Lugduno in ecclesia Sancti Pauli et in tabula muro appensa iuxta arma sua' [for Gerson]. Incipit: ‘Magnum parua tenet virtutibus vrna Johannem | Precelsum meritis Gerson cognomine dictum'; 6 hexameters. See Walther, Initia, 10600; the epitaph also occurs on1 A2v.

af4r Gerson, Johannes, Prior of the Celestines of Lyons: [Letter addressed to] brother Anselmus. Incipit: ‘[P]ostulasti sepius amantissime, mi frater, in Christo vt ea tibi . . .’ Explicit:` . . .possidemus animas . . .’

af6r ‘Annotatio opusculorum Johannis cancellarii Parisiensis quorum multi perierunt, de multis incertum est, si et ub superfuit etc.’ Incipit: ‘[C]ollatio in primo cursu theologie . . .’

af6v ‘Annotatio opusculorum eius in Gallico.’ Incipit: ‘Volumen in quo continentur sermones eius . . .’

af7r Ciresius, Jacobus de: ‘Tituli quorundam opusculorum.’ Incipit: ‘Tractatus de non esu carnium . . .’

af7r A[madeus de Talaru], Archbishop of Lyons: [Letter addressed to] Johannes Gerson, Prior of the Celestines of Lyons. Incipit: ‘[V]enerabilis pater recommendatione premissa in eo qui . . .’ Explicit:` . . .vos valere peropto.’

af7v [Third colophon.]

2A1r [Title-page for Inventarium.]

2A2r ‘Inventarium promptum eorum que in operibus et libris Johannis de Gerson . . . vel tractantur vel tanguntur.’

Imprint

Imprint: [Strasbourg: Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger?], 1488. Folio.

Remarks: In three parts dated: (I) 10 Sept. 1488; (II) 3 July 1488; (III) 6 Sept. 1488.

Collation

Collation: Part I: a–i8.6 k6 l–o8.6 p6 q–y 1aa–cc8.6 dd6 ee8 ff gg6 hh8 ii6 kk ll8; part II: 1A10 B8 C–O8.6 P–S6.8 T U6 X8 Y6 Z6 AA–QQ8.6; part III: 2aa–mm8.6 nn8 oo–rr8.6 ss tt8 vv xx6 yy zz Aa–Zz ab ac ad ae af8; Inventarium: 2A8 B–G6.8.

Remarks: Part I: the Bodleian copy collates as GW; BMC collates ‘ . . . kk6  . . .' Part II: the Bodleian copy collates as BMC; GW collates ‘ . . . Z AA–PP8 QQ–SS6’. Part III: the Bodleian copy collates as GW; BMC collates ‘ . . . yy zz AA‑ZZ ab-ad8.6  . . .' Inventarium: the Bodleian copy collates as GW and BMC.

Illustrations: Woodcut on a1v, repeated on1 A1v,2 aa1v, and on2 A15.

References

ISTC: ig00186000

GW: GW 10714;

Hain: HC *7622;

Goff: Goff G‑186;

BMC: BMC I 170;

Proctor: Pr 534-6;

Others: BSB‑Ink G‑183; Hillard 876; Sack, Freiburg, 1535; Schramm XX p. 25; Schreiber V 4101; Sheppard 566.

LCN: 14877612, 14877645, 14877679

Copies

Copy number: G-086(1)

Wanting1 A1 and the blank leaves SS6 and af8.

Bound in three volumes; the Inventarium is bound first. In part III sheet ac4.5 is misbound as the innermost sheet of gathering ab; see the fifteenth-century manuscript note on ac4r.

Binding: Fifteenth-century German plain quarter sheep (vols 1-2) or pig (vol. 3) over wooden boards, all painted grey, now peeling; two catches and both clasps lost on pts I and III, one catch and remains of one clasp present on part II. Titles on parchment manuscript labels on the upper covers, also early manuscript title on the spines.

Size: Part I: 309 × 210 × 65 mm; part II: 309 × 210 × 65 mm; part III: 310 × 208 × 81 mm.

Size of leaf: 297–301 × 188–204 mm.

Early marginal annotations and underlining in the text in black ink.

Initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red.

Provenance: Georg Eisenhut (fifteenth century); inscription on aa1r of part III: ‘Georgius Eysenhuet ad predicatu'am Amberge', also name on each label. Probably Amberg, Bavaria, parish church of S. Martinus. Georg Franz Burkhard Kloß (1787-1854); book-label in part II; sale (1835), lot 1811; several other Amberg books also have a later Kloß provenance. Purchased for £1. 0. 0; see Books Purchased (1835), 11.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 2.18-20.

Copy number: G-086(2)

Part I and Inventarium only.

Binding: Contemporary German (Oybin, Kyriß workshop no. 26) calf over wooden boards, c.1490, five brass bosses on each cover, and two decorated brass catches and clasps; bound for Celestine monastery, Oybin. On both covers triple fillets form intersecting concentric frames. On the upper cover, within the outer frame, are a repeated lozenge-shaped fleuron (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 4), a large circular fleur-de-lis stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 2), a small circular flower-petal stamp and a small circular star stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 8); within the inner frame are a rectangular antelope stamp, a circular double-tailed lion stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 5), two circular spread-eagle stamps (one is Kyriß pl. 60, no. 6), a ‘Maria' scroll stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 7), a pentagonal crown stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 10), an S with a cross stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 1), and a small asterisk stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 11); in the inner rectangle a repeated lozenge-shaped fleur-de-lis stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 3). On the lower cover within the outer frame are the circular fleur-de-lis stamp, a large circular rosette stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 9), the small circular star stamp, and a hexagonal double-headed eagle stamp (Kyriß pl. 60, no. 12); within the inner frame are the two circular spread-eagle stamps, the crown stamp, the S with the cross stamp, and the double-tailed lion stamp; in the inner rectangle the repeated lozenge-shaped fleuron. Remains of parchment index tab, dyed red, on a2. See Nixon, Broxbourne, no. 10, and Alan G. Thomas, Great Books and Book Collectors (London, 1975), 67-8, and pl. 56.

Size: 318 × 220 × 70 mm.

Parchment leaves from a fifteenth-century German manuscript of Pseudo-Augustinus, De cognitione verae vitae, used to line the spine, and two of these leaves project at the front and back of the book. The upper front pastedown contains PL XL 1011-12, the lower PL XL 1011; a rear pastedown contains PL XL 1010-11, the lower PL XL 1007, with the badly-worn text on the upper portion of the recto unread.

Occasional early marginal annotations and ‘nota' marks.

Initials, many with extensions into the margins, and paragraph marks are supplied in red; capital strokes and underlining in red. Woodcuts coloured in red, green, yellow, brown, and orange.

Provenance: Crisostomus Fautor (fifteenth/sixteenth century). Oybin, Saxony, Celestines; inscription on A1r: ‘D[o]n[um] Crisostomi Fautoris monasterii Oyvenii lubental(?)'. Ernst Philip Goldschmidt (1887-1954). Albert Ehrman (1890-1969); armorial book-plate; purchased from Goldschmidt(?) in 1938 for £7. 10. 0; accession no. ‘1968'. Presented in 1978 by John Ehrman.

SHELFMARK: Broxb. 8.5.

Copy number: G-086(3)

Part II only.

Binding: Contemporary German blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, with two catches, clasps lost; presumably bound for the monastery of Benediktbeuren. On both covers triple fillets form a large inner rectangle divided by further triple fillets into triangular and lozenge-shaped compartments, decorated on the upper cover with a rectangular foliate stamp, a circular lion stamp, a large lozenge-shaped three-acorns stamp, a shield stamp with two croziers in saltire (the coat of arms of the monastery of Benediktbeuren), another large three-acorns stamp, and a fleuron, and with a rosette stamp at each point of intersection of the fillets. On the lower cover four of the intersections of fillets have a flower-petal stamp; in the compartments the lozenge-shaped three-acorns stamp, the rectangular foliate stamp, a scroll stamp with the word ‘benedictepewr', a large fleuron, the crozier stamp, the second three-acorns stamp, and a rectangular stamp with two scrolls crossing each other over a ragged staff inscribed ‘benedictpewr' and ‘1487'(?) and with the letters e, a, n, b in the four corners. On the upper cover and on the spine the scars of labels. Leather index tabs. See Goldschmidt no. 30.

Size: 329 × 229 × 75 mm.

Early manuscript catchwords (many cropped) are supplied in black ink at the end of each gathering.

Initials, many with extensions into the margins, and paragraph marks are supplied in red; underlining in red.

Remains of compressed leaves between M4v and M5r, and between M5v and M6r. Further damage on N6v, with words supplied in manuscript, ‘quod omnis superbia', in col. 2, l. 40.

Provenance: Benediktbeuren, Bavaria, Benedictines, SS. Benedictus et Jacobus; inscription inside the upper cover: ‘Iste liber est monasterii Benedictenpewren', and inside the lower cover on A1r, A3r, and SS5v: ‘Iste liber attinet monasterio Benedictenpewren'. Ernst Philip Goldschmidt (1887-1954); leather gilt-stamped label inside the upper cover ‘Ex libris E PH G', with no. ‘30' in green ink below. Albert Ehrman (1890-1969); armorial book-plate; purchased from Goldschmidt in 1933 for £25. 0. 0; accession no. ‘1501'. Presented in 1978 by John Ehrman.

SHELFMARK: Broxb. 33.3.


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