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Bod-Inc: M-027

Mayronis, Franciscus de

Sermones de sanctis, et al.


Analysis of Content

[*1r] [Note.] Incipit: ‘Scias tamen quicunque legis quod in opere isto non ponuntur dominicales sermones . . .’ The edition of the Sermones dominicales alluded to in the note seems never to have been printed; see BMC.

[*2r] [Table of contents.]

[*2v] [Table of contents, in alphabetical order.]

a1r Mayronis, Franciscus de: Sermones de sanctis. [Sermo I.] Incipit: ‘  “[V]erbum caro factum est . . .” [Io 1,14.] Quia inter cetera scripture oracula . . .’ Among the sermons are included the following tracts: Tractatus de baptismo; de angelis; de humilitate; de suffragiis defunctorum; de indulgenciis. See Schneyer, Repertorium, II nos 93-184, and B. Roth, Franz von Mayronis O. F. M. Sein Leben, seine Werke, seine Lehre vom Formalunterschied in Gott, Franziskanische Forschungen, 3 (Werl in Westfalen, 1936), 69 and 236-8 for some of the tracts.

h4r Mayronis, Franciscus de: ‘In festo sancti Mathie apostoli. Sermo .i.’ Incipit: ‘  “[C]ecidit sors super Mathiam et annumeratus . . .” [Act 1,26.] Quia secundum preclaram Dauid prophetiam . . .’ Inserted between sermons 119 and 120.

[rum]4v Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus super Pater Noster. Incipit: ‘  “[V]oluntas dei sanctificatio vestra . . .” [I Th 4,3.] Non potest bene seruiri persone nisi sciatur eius voluntas . . .’

[rum]7r Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus de penitentia. Incipit: ‘  “[P]enitentiam agite appropinquabit enim regnum celorum” [Mt 4,17.] Quia beatus Ioannes convocans populum . . .’

A2v Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus de ieiunio. Incipit: ‘[I]eiunium vt ait Augustinus purgat mentem subleuat sensum . . .’

A3v Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus de articulis fidei. Incipit: ‘[C]irca articulos fidei sciendum est quod in exordio surgentis ecclesie . . .’

A6v Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus super magnificat. Incipit: ‘  “[M]agnificat anima mea . . .” [Lc 1,46.] Hoc est canticum letitie . . .’

B2r Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus de corpore Christi. Incipit: ‘  “[M]emoriam fecit mirabilium suorum . . .” [Ps 110] Tria sunt preconia . . .’

C1r Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus de septem doni Spiritus Sancti. Incipit: ‘  “[I]n principio creauit deus . . .” [Gn 1,1.] Nota quod sicut Deus maiorem mundum creauit . . .’

C2v Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus de ultimo iudicio. Incipit: ‘[D]e vltimo Dei iuditio mihi consideranti occurrunt . . .’

C5v Mayronis, Franciscus de: Tractatus super Missus est. Incipit: ‘  “[I]n mense autem sexto missus est angelus Gabriel . . .” [Lc 1,26.] Quia instante deuotissimo tempore . . .’


Imprint: Venice: Peregrinus de Pasqualibus, Bononiensis, 11 Feb. 1493/4. 4°.


Collation: [*]10 a–z [et] [con] [rum] A–E8.

Remarks: Gathering [*] is numbered but not signed.


ISTC: im00093000

Hain: H *10531;

Goff: Goff M‑93;

BMC: BMC V 392;

Proctor: Pr 4863;

Others: BSB‑Ink F‑246; Oates 1912; Sheppard 4051.

LCN: 14827902


Copy number: M-027(1)

Binding: Contemporary German(?) blind-tooled quarter sheep dyed red over wooden boards, with remains of one clasp; yellow-edged leaves; leather index tabs. ‘WW II'(?) on rectangular paper label at tail of the spine. ‘75' also on rectangular label at centre of the spine. Triple fillets form a frame, divided by vertical triple fillets into two compartments. The one adjacent to the spine is decorated with a repeated headed-outline tool, the other one with a repeated rosette stamp. Strips from a fifteenth-century parchment manuscript visible in the binding.

Size: 220 × 155 × 50 mm.

Size of leaf: 208 × 146 mm.

‘N. 34' in red crayon on the front pastedown. Some marginal notes, mainly extracting key words, in an early German(?) hand.

Provenance: Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich, no. 1726; ‘Dupl' and ‘1726' in pencil respectively on front and rear endleaves. Purchased from Caspar Haugg, Catalogue 79 (1886), no. 535, for 6 Marks,; see Library Bills (1886), no. 8.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 4Q 6.57.

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