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Bod-Inc: G-281

Guido de Monte Rochen

Manipulus curatorum (3rd recension).


Analysis of Content

a2r Guido de Monte Rochen: [Letter addressed to] Raimundus Gaston, Bishop of Valencia. ‘Actoris Epistola. [R]euerendo in Christo patri ac domino domino Raymundo diuina prouidentia sancte sedis Valentie episcopo . . .’ See G‑276.

a2v Guido de Monte Rochen: ‘Prologus.’ Incipit: ‘[Q]uoniam secundum quod dicit propheta Malachias . . .’

a3r ‘Diuisio huius libri.’

a3v Guido de Monte Rochen: Manipulus curatorum. ‘Tractatus primi prime partis principalis, qui est de sacramentis in generali. Capitulum primum, de institutione sacramentorum.’ Incipit: ‘[S]ciendum ergo quod omnia sacramenta . . .'; explicit: ‘ . . . et pro me peccatore preces ad dominum fundat.’

p7v [Table of contents.] ‘Tabula libri qui Manipulus curatorum appellatur incipit feliciter. [L]iber iste . . .’

p9r [Colophon.]


Imprint: Paris: Ulrich Gering and Guillermus Maynyal, 22 Apr. 1480. 4°.


Collation: a–o8 p10.


ISTC: ig00579600

GW: GW 11738;

Hain: C 2838;


Proctor: Pr 7863;

Others: Rhodes 876; Sheppard 6136.

LCN: 14459020


Copy number: G-281(1)

Binding: Eighteenth/nineteenth-century parchment over pasteboards.

Size: 206 × 140 × 24 mm.

Size of leaf: 202 × 129 mm.

On the front pastedown : ‘Liber eximiae caritatis, 1806'. On the verso of the front endleaf are early notes related to the text: ‘Nota quod presbiter mittens baptizatum ex veteri oleo est deponendus . . . Nota quod simoniacum est aliquid recipere . . . Nota quod contricio differt ab attricione sicut informatum . . .'; in the same hand marginal annotations, extracting key words, throughout the text, and notes on p9v and p10r-v: ‘De testamentorum probatione. Adeo quorundam animos temporibus nostris seua cupiditas occupauit quod questum . . .'; other marginal annotations, extracting key words, in a different early hand; on a1v: ‘J. B.';

On a2r a four-line initial is supplied in interlocked gold and blue with black pen-work decoration. Other initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red or blue.

Provenance: Sixteenth-century(?) inscription on the front endleaf: ‘Johannes Appleton'. Purchased from John Gooch for £0. 18. 0; see Library Bills (1840), no. 31 and Books Purchased (1840), 22.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 7.5.

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