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Bod-Inc: G-276

Guido de Monte Rochen

Manipulus curatorum (1st recension).


Analysis of Content

[a2r] Guido de Monte Rochen: [Letter addressed to] Raimundus Gaston, Bishop of Valencia. ‘Epistola Guidonis ad dominum Raymundum.’ Incipit: ‘[R]euerendo in Christo patri ac domino domino Raymundo diuina prouidentia sancte Valentie sedis episcopo . . .’ See DSAM VI (1967) 1303-4; A. García García, La canonistica española postclassica, Studia Gratiana, XIX (1976), 241; Horacio Santiago Otero, Guido de Monte Roterio y el ‘Manipulus curatorum’, in Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law, Salamanca, 21-25 September 1976, ed. Stephan Kuttner and Kenneth Pennington, Monumenta Iuris Canonici. Ser. C: Subsidia, 6 (Vatican City, 1980), 259-65; DHG XXII 1280.

[a2r] Guido de Monte Rochen: Manipulus curatorum, prologus. ‘Incipit prologus in librum qui dicitur Manipulus curatorum.’ Incipit: ‘[Q]uoniam secundum quod dicit propheta Malachias . . .’

[a3r] Guido de Monte Rochen: Manipulus curatorum. ‘De sacramentis tractatus primus. Quantum ad sacramenta in generali.’ Incipit: [S]ciendum autem quod omnia sacramenta . . .'; explicit: ‘ . . . et pro me peccatore preces ad dominum fundat.’

[m8r] [Colophon.]


Imprint: Cologne: Conrad Winters, de Homborch, 29 Apr. 1478. Folio.


Collation: [a–m8].


ISTC: ig00576000

GW: GW 11717;

Hain: H 8180;

Goff: Goff G‑576;

Proctor: Pr 1163;

Others: Sheppard 893; Voulliéme, Köln, 515.

LCN: 14459066


Copy number: G-276(1)

Bound with:
1. Johannes Marchesinus, Mammotrectus super Bibliam. Cologne: Johann Koelhoff, the Elder, 22 Oct. 1479 (M‑085).

Binding: Nineteenth-century calf over pasteboards; bound for the Bodleian Library. Title of item 1 along the fore-edge: ‘Mametractus s. Bibliam.’

Size: 292 × 206 × 63 mm.

Size of leaf: 282 × 200 mm.

Marginal annotations, extracting key words, pointing hands, and ‘nota bene` marks in two different early hands, one probably that of Paulus Nerinck. Two early inscriptions on [m8v], the second being in a German hand: ‘Illesas olym seruant hec tecta cathenas | vincula sacrata Petri ferrum pretiosius auro'; ‘O uos omnes qui transitis attendite si est | dolor sicut dolor meus'. Manuscript catchwords at the end of each gathering. ‘Nota' marks in item 1 may be in the same hand as the notes in item 2.

On [a1r] a manuscript title in pen and red ink. On [a2r] a six-line initial is supplied in red with reserved white decoration, the area defined by the letter and its extensions along the side, and along the upper and lower margins, presents pen-work decoration coloured in yellow. Two- to five-line initials, paragraph marks, and capital strokes are supplied in red.

Provenance: Paulus Nerinck (fl. 1482); inscription on [a1v]: ‘Ego Paulus Nerinck pastor in Nona Villa alias in Sancto Vito anno Christi .M. CCCC. LXXXII. 1482'; his name also on [a1r] and [a2r]. Luxembourg, Jesuits (seventeenth century?); inscription on a2r of item 1, possibly relevant for item 2: ‘Collegii Societatis Jesu Luxemburgi.’ Purchased for £1. 10. 0; see Books Purchased (1834), 19.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 3.31(2).

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