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Matthaeus de Cracovia

Dialogus rationis et conscientiae de frequenti usu Communionis, et al.


Analysis of Content

[a1r] Matthaeus de Cracovia: Dialogus rationis et conscientiae de frequenti usu Communionis. Incipit: ‘[M]ultorum tam clericorum quam laycorum querela est non modica . . .’ Explicit: pro uiatico datum est nobis corpus domini . . .secula.Amen See M‑149.

[d3r] Henricus de Hassia (Langenstein): Expositiones super orationem dominicam. Dedicated to Eckhardus [von Dersch], Bishop of Worms. Incipit: ‘[R]euerendo in Christo patri ac domino, domino Eckhardo episcopo Vormatiensi, Heinricus de Hassia suum ut sequitur dicendus, pater noster . . .’ See Hohmann 200.

[e7r] Henricus de Hassia (Langenstein): Expositiones super Ave Maria. Incipit: ‘[A]ve Maria procul dubio. Illam sancti matris ecclesie consuetudinem . . .’ See Hohmann 158.

[f5r] Henricus de Hassia (Langenstein): Speculum animae. Incipit: ‘Anima mea noui quod curiosa sis rimando que foris sunt . . .’ See Hohmann 12.


Imprint: [Cologne: Ulrich Zell, not after 1470]. 4°.


Collation: [a–f8 g10].


ISTC: im00368000

Hain: HC *5805 + HC *8389;

Goff: Goff M‑368;

BMC: BMC I 185;

Proctor: Pr 842;

Others: BSB‑Ink M‑268; CIBN M‑235; Hillard 1350; Sheppard 633-4; Voulliéme, Köln, 783.

LCN: 14551962


Copy number: M-150(1)

Bound with A‑541(1); see there for details of binding and provenance.

Size of leaf: 193 × 135 mm.

On [g10v] ‘Requiescat in pace' in the same sixteenth-century(?) hand as item 5a.

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

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 5.34(7).

Copy number: M-150(2)

Wanting the Dialogus of Matthaeus de Cracovia.

Binding: Twentieth-century half brown morocco with tan cloth over pasteboards.

Size: 203 × 145 × 12 mm.

Size of leaf: 200 × 138 mm.

A few marginal notes, mainly extracting key words, in an early hand in brown ink, and some by the rubricator in red.

Initials, paragraph marks, and underlining of chapter headings are supplied in red. Signed by the rubricator on [b5r]: ‘Jacobus de Reymbach lcor[ ] [lector?] in conuentu Aquensi [Aachen] 1470.’

Provenance: Graham Pollard (1903-1976). Purchased privately from him, 17 Dec. 1969 for £200.

SHELFMARK: Inc. e. G3.5

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