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Bod-Inc: P-180

Petrus ad Boves

Sermo de passione Christi [Latin and French].


Analysis of Content

[a2r] Petrus ad Boves: Sermo de passione Christi. ‘Passio Domini.’ Incipit: ‘Sentir debuons en esprit | La douleur de Ihesu Crist'.

[a2r] Petrus ad Boves: [Commentary on Sermo de passione Christi.] Incipit: ‘Ratio est nam naturaliter et rationabiliter sentiunt passionem et lesuram membra capitis . . .’ Explicit: dicat ergo cor deuotum


Imprint: [Poitiers: Jean Bouyer, c.1483]. 4°.

Remarks: As dated by Hillard; Sheppard dates [1485?].


Collation: [a8 b c6].

Types: Type: 78 G (second state). Capital space with guide-letter on [a2r].

Leaves: 20 leaves, the first blank.

Line number: 33 lines ([a3r]).

Type area: Type area: 128 ×80 mm ([a3r]).

Remarks: Leaf [a2r]: ‘Paſſio dī. || hOc ſentite ī vobis qd' et ī xp̄o ihū. Ad philipen̄. iio. | et in epiſtola dn̄ice currētis. Gallice. | Sentir debuons en eſprit. | La douleur de iheſucriſt. | . . .'; [c6r]. ‘Explicit ſermo de paſſione xpriſti. | quem quondā compilauit eximius | doctor Magiſter petrus ad boues.’


ISTC: ip00456700

Proctor: Pr 8742;

Others: Hillard 1565; Pellechet MS. 9320 (9144); Sheppard 6789.

LCN: 14491426


Copy number: P-180(1)

Binding: Eighteenth/nineteenth-century half red morocco with marbled paper boards.

Size: 198 × 142 × 6 mm.

Size of leaf: 195 × 138 mm.

The author and title are written on [a1r] in a fifteenth/sixteenth-century hand. Cropped early annnotations on [air] and [c6v], unread under ultraviolet light.

Partial rubrication: a two-line initial ‘H' is supplied on [a2r], also paragraph marks, capital strokes, and underlining on [a2r-v].

Provenance: Francis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate. Bequeathed in 1834.

SHELFMARK: Douce 117.

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