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Bod-Inc: P-036

Passio Domini

Passio Domini Jesu Christi secundum quattuor Evangelia, et al.


Analysis of Content

A1r [Title-page and woodcut: Crucifixion.]

A2r Passio Domini Jesu Christi secundum quattuor Evangelia. Incipit: ‘  “[O]blatus est quia ipse voluit verba proposita” [Is 53,7] originaliter sunt scripta. Sancta mater ecclesia hodie recolit et peragit . . .’

B6v Bernardus [Claravallensis pseudo-; Oglerius de Tridino]: De planctu Beatae Mariae Virginis. [Version B.] Altprovenzalische Marienklage des XIII. Jahrhunderts, ed. W. Mushacke, Romanische Bibliothek, 3 (Halle an der Saale, 1890), 41-50. On the authorship see B‑207.


Imprint: [Basel: Michael Furter, after 1500]. 4°.

Remarks: Sheppard noted that Pr struck out 7749, 7751 (other editions of the Passio), as being after 1500, but apparently left this one; see BMC III p. xxxviii.


Collation: A B8.

Types: Types: 156 G, title, headings; 106 G, headlines, etc.; 83 G, lines 2-4 on A2r; 64 G, text.

Leaves: 16 leaves.

Line number: 49 lines and headline, 2 columns (A3r).

Type area: Type area: 159 (165) ×104 mm.

Illustrations: 2 Woodcuts. Lombards.

Remarks: Leaf A1r, title: ‘PAſſio domini | nostri ieſu christi |' [woodcut, Crucifixion]'; A2r: ‘Egregij magneqƺ doctrine ſacrorum | eloquiorum interpretis perutilis paſſio ſiue ſermo popularis li- | bitu volentium meritorie in diebus paraſceues vacare predicatio- | ni eleganter exaratus feliciter incipit'; B7v: ‘Tractatus beati Bernhar- | di de Planctu beate Marie vir | ginis.’


ISTC: ip00134000

Goff: Goff P‑134;

Proctor: Pr 7750;

Others: Sack, Freiburg, 2649d; Schramm XXII pl. 418 and 1070; Schreiber 3736a?; Sheppard 2532-3.

LCN: 14500131


Copy number: P-036(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century half dark blue morocco with dark cloth over pasteboards; bound for the Bodleian Library.

Size: 198 × 145 × 9 mm.

Size of leaf: 190 × 137 mm.

A few marginal notes, mainly correcting the text and ‘nota' marks, in a contemporary hand, brown ink.

Provenance: Perhaps the copy of ‘Passio domini nostri [Basel, Furter, ca. 1490] 4°' purchased from Otto Harrassowitz, catalogue 171 (1891), for 6 Marks; see Library Bills (1891), unnumbered.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 7.62.

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