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Bod-Inc: H-239

Hugo de Sancto Caro

Expositio missae, seu Speculum ecclesiae.


Analysis of Content

a1v Hugo de Sancto Caro: Expositio missae, seu Speculum ecclesiae. Incipit: ‘  “[D]icit apostolus ad ephesios .vi. Induite vos armatura dei . . .” [Eph 6,11.] Hec armatura est vestis sacerdotalis significatiua septemplicis virtutis . . .’ See H‑234.

b5v Hugo de Sancto Caro [pseudo-]: Speculum sacerdotum. ‘Incipit speculum sacerdotum volentium celebrare missam.’ Incipit: ‘[E]t primo ante missam habenda sunt tria scilicet intencionis discussio . . .’ See Franz, Messe, 474.


Imprint: [Paris: Philippe Pigouchet, 1489-90]. 4°.


Collation: a8 b6.

Types: Type: 80 G.

Leaves: 14 leaves.

Line number: 33 lines (a2r).

Type area: 133 × 86 mm. (a2r).

Remarks: Capital spaces with guide-letters. Both the smaller and the larger forms of9 are used, see BMC VIII 111.


ISTC: ih00521800

Hain: C 3185;

Proctor: Pr 7945;

Others: Hillard 1057; Oates 3066; Sheppard 6301.

LCN: 14536239


Copy number: H-239(1)

Bound with:
1. Rodericus Zamorensis, Speculum vitae humanae. Besançon: [Petrus Metlinger], 1488 (R‑091);
2. Libellus de modo poenitendi et confitendi. Deventer: Richard Pafraet, 11 June 1491 (P‑398).

Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled calf, with sprinkled red-edged leaves.

Size: 210 × 141 × 43 mm.

Size of leaf: 200 × 134 mm.

Provenance: Thomas Hogard (fifteenth century); signature ‘Thomas Hogard' on the recto of the front endleaf; on rear endleaf: Reverende(?) p[ ] domino ac domino Thome Ho[ ]'. William Harrison (sixteenth century(?)); inscription on the verso of front endleaf: ‘By me William harrison son(?) | This bocke if you it ffind | I praye you bring me whom | My bocke Agayne And You | Shal have A grot for your paynes.' ‘S. A.' in brown ink on the upper left-hand corner of the verso of front endleaf. Francis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate. Bequeathed in 1834.

SHELFMARK: Douce 125(3).

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