Pectorale Dominicae Passionis
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a1r [Pectorale dominicae passionis.] Incipit: ‘[Q]uia salus vita et redemptio generis humani in passione Domini consistit . . .’ Explicit: in trinitate perfecta viuit et regnat . . .seculorum. Amen
Imprint: [Alost: Thierry Martens, 1486-92]. 4°.
Remarks: As located by BMC; HPT and ILC date [1486-97], and locates at either [Alost] or [Antwerp] (also CIBN); Polain dates [c.1490], Sheppard [1487-92], CIBN either [1486-92] or [1493-7].
Collation: a–i8 k6.
Hain: C 4660;
Goff: Goff P‑247;
BMC: BMC IX 127;
Proctor: Pr 9202;
Others: BBFN 80; Campbell 1375; CIBN P‑94; HPT II 387; ILC 1717; Inventaris, 348; Oates 3684-5; Polain 3023; Sheppard 7054.
Copy number: P-075(1)
Binding: Nineteenth-century(?) quarter calf with marbled paper boards; gold-tooled spine.
Size: 215 × 145 × 18 mm.
Size of leaf: 212 × 140 mm.
Early marginal annotations, consisting mainly of ‘nota' marks and pointing hands, also underlining in the text in black ink.
Two- to six-line initials, paragraph marks, and capital strokes are supplied in red.
Provenance: Haarlem, Netherlands, Celestines (seventeenth century); heavily erased inscription on a1r: ‘Celestinorum Haarlensium signatum [ ] 31 n'. Rectangular white paper label numbered ‘63' at the head of the upper cover. Purchased in 1892; see Annual Report of the Curators of the Bodleian Library, Oxford University Gazette, 9 May 1893, 477.
SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 6.77.
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