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Bod-Inc: N-034

Nicolaus de Blony

De sacramentis.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.]

a2r [Ciolek, Stanislaus]: ‘Prologus' [with privilege for publication]. Incipit: ‘  “[M]edice cura teipsum” Luc. iiii. ca. [Lc 4,23]. Sicut ait Gregorius prima parte sui pastoralis c. ii. Quis autem cogitationum vulnera . . .’

a3r [Nicolaus de Blony]: De sacramentis. Incipit: ‘[Q]uoniam natura humana post lapsum considerata . . .’ Explicit: coniugii. Hec sanctus Thomas

i2r [Nicolaus de Blony]: ‘De expositione misse'. Incipit: ‘  “[H]oc facite in meam commemorationem” Luc. xxii . . . [Lc 22,19]. Quia secundum beatum Thomam . . .’

l8r [Nicolaus de Blony]: ‘De dicendis horis canonicis'. Incipit: ‘  “[O]portet semper orare” Lu. xviii [Lc 18,1]. Sicut dicit Henricus de Vrimaria . . .’

m8r [Nicolaus de Blony]: ‘De excommunicatione'. Incipit: ‘  “[S]i quis ecclesiam non audierit sit tibi sicut ethnicus . . .” [Mt 18,17]. Quoniam vt ait doctor subtilis . . .’

q7r [Nicolaus de Blony: Verse.] Incipit: ‘Suscipe completi laudes o Christe laboris | Quas cordis leti vox subdita reddita amoris'; 4 lines of verse.

q7r [Colophon.]

q7v ‘Tabula'.


Imprint: Strasbourg: Martin Flach, 1496. 4°.


Collation: a–o8 p6 q8.


ISTC: in00087000

Hain: HC Addenda, *3258;

Goff: Goff N‑87;

Proctor: Pr 706;

Others: BSB‑Ink N‑91; Sack, Freiburg, 2546; Sheppard 524.

LCN: 14467204


Copy number: N-034(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled calf.

Size: 203 × 147 × 30 mm.

Size of leaf: 195 × 130 mm.

Early manuscript foliation in a mixture of roman and arabic numerals: 1-Cxx.

Three- to five-line initials, some with extensions into the margins, are supplied in red.

Provenance: Albertus Au (fl. 1549). Balthasar Mayr (fl. 1549); inscription on a1r: ‘Hunc Librum dono dedit Albertus Au parochus in Beningen Balt. Mayr 15[ ]49'. Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich(?); ‘1488' in pencil on a1r. Date of acquisition unknown; books with neighbouring shelfmarks were acquired between 1832 and 1870.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q inf. 2.60.

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