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Bod-Inc: J-123

Johannes Chrysostomus

De compunctione cordis.


Analysis of Content

A1r [Title-page.] ‘Joannis Crisostomi de compunctione cordis'.’

A1v [Table of contents.]

A2r Johannes Chrysostomus: De compunctione cordis. Incipit: ‘[C]um te intueor beate Demetri frequenter insistentem . . .’ See J‑122.

C3r Johannes Chrysostomus: De reparatione lapsi. See J‑122.

E7r Johannes Chrysostomus(?): Sermo de poenitentia. Incipit: ‘[P]rouida mente et profundo cogitatu cognosci debent duo rerum distincta negotia . . .’ ed. Gelenius, V (1547), 900-4; see Bloomfield 4301 who ascribes it to ‘Johannes Chrysostomus(?).’

F1r Johannes Chrysostomus: ‘Quod nemo laeditur nisi prius a seipso ledatur'.’ A. M. Malingrey, ‘Une ancienne version latine du texte de Jean Chrysostome «Quod nemo laeditur . . .»', Sacris Erudiri, 16 (1965), 320-54; see CPG 4400.

G3v Augustinus [pseudo-]: Sermo de lectione divina. PL XL 1339-41.

G5r Bernardus Claravallensis: Sermo de obsecratione. PL CLXXXIII 605-9; Bernardus, Opera, ed. J. Leclercq and H. M. Rochais, 8 vols (Rome, 1957-77), VI/1 187-93.

G7v Bernardus Claravallensis: Sermo de septem misericordiis Dei. PL CLXXXIII 339-41; Bernardus, Opera, VI/1 40-3; Schneyer, Repertorium, I no. 82.


Imprint: [Venice: Andreas Torresanus de Asula, c.1495]. 4°.


Collation: A10 B–G8.

Remarks: Leaf A2 signed A1, etc.


ISTC: ij00281000

Hain: HCR 5044;

Goff: Goff J‑281;

BMC: BMC V 314;

Proctor: Pr 4748;

Others: CIBN J‑178; Oates 1871-2; Sheppard 3803-4.

LCN: 14486453


Copy number: J-123(1)

For this copy see Coates–Jensen 256-7, no. 26.

Binding: Paper boards.

Size: 210 × 156 × 11 mm.

Size of leaf: 204 × 150 mm.

Marginal notes, mainly extracting key words, and pointing hands in two early humanist hands, one certainly Italian, the other probably that of John Forest.

Provenance: John Forest (1474?–1538); inscription on A1r: ‘Est fratris Iohannis Foresti.’ Purchased from Davis & Orioli, 3 Oct. 1913, Catalogue 7, no. 53.

SHELFMARK: Inc. e. I4.4.

Copy number: J-123(2)

Binding: Quarter parchment over pasteboards, with marbled pastedowns.

Size: 218 × 160 × 15 mm.

Size of leaf: 210 × 145 mm.

Some marginal notes, mainly extracting key words, and ‘nota' marks in an early Italian hand. ‘8' corrected into ‘10' in brown ink on A1r.`650' in pencil on the front endleaf. Manuscript foliation: ‘1-57' on the upper right-hand corner of the rectos.

Provenance: Frater Egidius, Milan (sixteenth century); inscription on A2r: ‘S[ ] Marie [ ] Mediolan. Ad usum fratris Egidii c[ ]oci de Sauona . . .' The inscription has been obliterated and altered by another early Italian hand: ‘Studium Marcantonij Dagno(?). Montemoggio. Addi Venti de Marzo ego dominus crea[ ] [ ] [ ] fonte [ ] [ ] [ ] mentouone'; in the lower margin, the same hand has changed another inscription, which now ends: ‘Mattoni Destripol. die 28 octobris 15749.' Unidentified oval stamp on A1r: a crowned eagle surrounded by the inscription: ‘ . . . oggetti d'arte e scienza . . .' George Dunn (1865-1912). Presumably purchased after 1912.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: Inc. e. U3.8.

SHELFMARK: Inc. e. I4.6.

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