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Bod-Inc: H-144

Homiliarius Doctorum A Paulo Diacono Collectus


Analysis of Content

a1v Carolus Magnus: [Prologue.] PL XCV 1159; see Gregoire, Les Homéliaires liturgiques médiévaux, 423-4.

a2r Homiliarius doctorum a Paulo Diacono collectus. [Homiliae de tempore. Pars hiemalis.] PL XCV 1159-1340B. Homilies I; III; V; VII; IX; XI; XIII; XVI–XXI; XXIX; XXXV–XXXVII; XLI–XLIII; XLV–LV; LVIII; LIX; LXI; LXIV; LXVI–LXXX; LXXXII–CXXIII; CXXV; CXXVII; CXXIX; CXXXI–CXXXV; CXXXVII–CXLIII; CXLV.

x3v [Homiliae de sanctis. Pars hiemalis.] PL XCV 1457C–1476A. Homilies I; II; IV–XVIII.

[et]2v [Homiliae de tempore. Pars aestivalis.] PL XCV 1340B–1457A. Homilies CXLVI; CXLVII; CL–CXCVII.

B6v Augustinus [pseudo-; Vigilius Thapsensis]: Contra Felicianum arianum de unitate trinitatis. ‘Tractatus beati Augustini de trinitate contra Felicianum.’ PL LXII 333-338C. Between CLVII and CLVIII.

M3r [Homiliae de sanctis. Pars aestivalis.] PL XCV 1476B–1536B. Homilies XIX–XXV; XXVII–XLIV; XLVI–LXIV.

V2r [In dedicatione ecclesiae.] PL XCV 1457A–1458B. Homilies CXCVIII–CCII.

V6r Beda: Homilia XXI in dedicatione ecclesiae. PL XCIV, col. 243D–250D. Between CC and CCI.

[X2v] [Commune sanctorum.] PL XCV 1536D–1566C. Homilies LXVIII–XCV.

CC5r [Colophon.]


Imprint: Speier: Peter Drach, 7 Sept. 1482. Folio.


Collation: a–z [et] A B [C] D–Z AA8 BB CC6.


ISTC: ih00316000

Hain: HC *8790;

Goff: Goff H‑316;

BMC: BMC II 492;

Proctor: Pr 2351;

Others: BSB‑Ink H‑324; CIBN H‑182; Rhodes 930; Sack, Freiburg, 1858; Sheppard 1704.

LCN: 14461888


Copy number: H-144(1)

Wanting the blank leaf CC6.

Leaf a2 signed ai. Gathering P is unsigned, as Sack; BMC indicates in error that the gathering in the BL copy is signed.

Binding: Nineteenth-century calf; yellow-edged leaves. One parchment index tab.

Size: 300 × 207 × 65 mm.

Size of leaf: 293 × 202 mm.

A few nota marks and pointing hands in an early hand.

Initials and paragraph marks are supplied in red, capital strokes in red.

Provenance: Munich, Franciscan Observants, S. Antonius de Padua; inscription on a1v: ‘Monachij ad PP. Franciscanos pro bibl.’ Acquired between 1847 and c.1892, possibly a duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich, acquired in 1850; not in Catalogus (1843) with Appendix.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 5Q 3.13.

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