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Bod-Inc: H-101


Regula monachorum, et al.


Analysis of Content

[a1r] [Hieronymus pseudo-; Lupus de Oliveto]: Regula monachorum. [Also known as Aureola ex floribus S. Hieronymi contexta.] ‘Doctrina beati Hieronimi ex suis operibus egregie dineruata et cetera.’ [Excerpted and edited by Lupus de Oliveto.] PL XXX 319-86. On the authorship see H‑081. The title occurs in the explicit at [k2v].

[k2v] [Request to remember Hieronymus.] Incipit: ‘Obsecro quicunque hoc legis ut Hieronimi peccatoris memineris.’

[k3r] ‘Rubrice Testamenti beati Hieronimi.’

[k3r] Eusebius Cremonensis [pseudo-]: Epistola de morte Hieronymi [addressed to] Damasus, Bishop of Porto, and Theodosius. Schriften Johanns von Neumarkt, ed. Joseph Klapper, Vom Mittelalter zur Reformation. Forschungen zur Geschichte der deutschen Bildung, 7/2 (Berlin, 1932), 10-241; PL XXII 239-82. See Lambert III B 642-3, no. 903; VL III 1233-8.

[q1r] Augustinus [pseudo-]: Epistola de magnificentiis Hieronymi [addressed to] Cyrillus. ed. Klapper 241-88; PL XXII 281-9.

[r2v] Cyrillus [pseudo-]: Epistola de miraculis Hieronymi [addressed to] Augustinus. ed. Klapper 292-512; PL XXII 289-326.

[y8r] [Colophon.]

[z2r] ‘Rubrice.’


Imprint: [Milan]: Philippus de Lavagnia, 28 Nov. [1]475. 8°.

Remarks: The colophon reads ‘i.cccc.lxxv. die xxviii. nouēbr. Amen.’


Collation: [a–m8 n4+1 o–y8 z2].


ISTC: ih00157000

Hain: HC (+ Addenda) R 8588;

Goff: Goff H‑157;

BMC: BMC VI 702;

Proctor: Pr 5846;

Others: CIBN H‑93; Sheppard 4805.

LCN: 14500292


Copy number: H-101(1)

Wanting gathering [z] containing the rubrics.

A stub is visible after [n3].

Binding: Italian quarter brown morocco, with title-label ‘S. Augustin. Epistolae'.

Size: 202 × 144 × 44 mm.

Size of leaf: 194 × 132 mm.

On [a1r] a four-line initial ‘F' is supplied in red.

Provenance: Mostly unread monogram in brown ink on [y8r]: ‘B[ ]'. Carlo Bocca (eighteenth/nineteenth century); label on front pastedown: ‘Si vende da Carlo Bocca Librajo in contrada nuova, porta No. 5. Torino.' Samuel Butler (1774-1839); sale, pt III, lot 64; label on spine with ‘64', crossed through in pencil, ‘15' added above. Purchased for £0. 18. 0; see Books Purchased (1841), 20.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 5.15.

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