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Maillardus, Oliverius

Sermones de adventu, et al.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a1v Maillardus, Oliverius: ‘Operis sequentis . . . actorisque commendationem prosodion'. Incipit: ‘[Z]elo animarum ductus quo (teste diuino Grego) . . .’ Dated Lyons, 26 June 1498.

a2r Maillardus, Oliverius: Sermones de adventu. ‘Dominica ante aduentum de mane. Sermo .i.’ Incipit: ‘[C]um videritis abhominationem desolationis . . .’ See Schneyer, ‘Winke', 240 no. 48.

k5v [First colophon.]

✠1r [Title-page, for list of contents.]

✠2r ‘Tabula alphabetica'.

A1r [Title-page, for Quadragesimale.]

A2r Maillardus, Oliverius: Sermones Quadragesimales. ‘Dominica in quinquagesima de charitate. Sermo .i.’ Incipit: ‘  “[S]i charitatem non habuero nihil sum . . .” [I Cor 13,2.] Hec verba origine primeua . . .’

O9v [Second colophon.]

AA1r [Title-page, for list of contents.]

AA2r ‘Tabula alphabetica'.

aa1r [Title-page.]

aa2r Maillardus, Oliverius: Sermones Dominicales. ‘Dominica prima post penthecosten. Sermo primus'. Incipit: ‘  “[R]ecordare quia recepisti bona . . .” [Lc 16,25.] “Vos ascendite ad diem festum . . .” [Io 7,8.] Salutem appetentium ac gaudia . . .’

2AA1r Maillardus, Oliverius: Sermones de stipendio peccati et gratiae praemio. Incipit: ‘[S]tipendia peccati mors gratia . . .’

DD9v ‘Hec sunt xv incommoda que facit peccatum mortale . . .’ Incipit: ‘Amaricatiuum conscientie . . .’

DD10r [Third colophon.]


Imprint: Lyons: Jean de Vingle, 1498. 4°.

Remarks: In three parts, dated: (I) 5 Nov. 1498; (II) 10 Dec. 1498; (III) 7 Dec. 1498.


Collation: Part I: a–i8 k66; part II: A–N8 O10 AA8; part III: aa–ii 2AA–CC8 DD10.

Remarks: Leaf ✠2 signed aaiii.

Illustrations: Woodcut initials.


ISTC: im00073000

Hain: HC *10515;

Goff: Goff M‑73;

Proctor: Pr 8649-51;

Others: BSB‑Ink M‑26; CIBN M‑29; Oates 3235; Polain 2568; Sack, Freiburg, 2308; Sheppard 6701.

LCN: 14479561


Copy number: M-022(1)

Wanting O10 of the Sermones quadragesimales containing De Vingle's device.

Binding: Contemporary German(?) blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, with two metal catches and remains of clasps. Gold stamp of the Bodleian Library on both covers. Parchment index tabs dyed green and red. Quintuple fillets form a frame, within which are foliate staff and rosette stamps. Intersecting triple fillets form the inner rectangle, decorated with repeated merrythoughts, a circular floral stamp, and a rosette stamp, and, on the upper cover, two other stamps, one inscribed, one perhaps a fleuron, both now covered by the Bodleian stamp.

Size: 210 × 150 × 55 mm.

Size of leaf: 200 × 136 mm.

Pastedowns and endleaves consist of thirteenth-century manuscript on parchment by Defensor of Ligugé, Liber scintillarum; see ed. Henri M. Rochais, CCSL 117 (Turnhout, 1957), cap. IV sent. 39 - cap. VI sent. 24; XXXVI, 14 - XLII, 3; I, 1 - III, 26; XLII, 4 - XLVI, 10.

Some marginal notes, mainly extracting key words, and ‘nota' marks in an early hand.

Provenance: Purchased ‘At Wise's 1st auction of Thorpe's Books', lot 582, for £0. 3. 6; see Books Purchased (1832), 16, and Financial Statements (1828-32, Library Records b. 4), no. 16, ‘Books purchased by the Librarian'.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q inf. 1.19.

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