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Bod-Inc: R-074

Rituale Frisingense

Obsequiale Frisingense.


Analysis of Content

[a1r] [Heading.] ‘Obsequiale seu benedictionale secundum ecclesiam et diocesim Frisingensem'.

[a1r] ‘Benedictio salis et aque'.

[a2v] ‘Ordo ad cathecizandum et baptizandum'.

[b1v] ‘Ad copulandum sponsum et sponsam'.

[b2r] ‘Ad introducendum sponsum et sponsam ad ecclesiam'.

[b3r] ‘Ad introducendum mulierem ad ecclesiam post partum'.

[b3v] ‘Pro peregrinantibus'.

[b5v] ‘Pro redeuntibus ex peregrinatione'.

[b6r] ‘Ordo pro vnctione infirmorum'.

[c3r] [Litaniae sanctorum.] It includes Alexander, Vite, Sigismunde, Erasme, Quirine, Castule, Floriane, Dyonisi cum soc., Achaci cum soc., Maurici cum soc. among the martyrs; Rudberte, Corbiniane, Lamperte, Iustine, Nonnose, Wolfgange, Udalrice, Henrice among the confessors; Anna, Martha, M. egiptiaca, Margaretha, Barbara, Dorothea, Kunegundis, Walpurgis, Otilia, Elizabeth, Ursula cum sod. among the virgins.

[c7v] ‘Ad sepeliendum mortuos'.

[d1r] ‘Ad visitationem feretri infra vel post missam pro consuetudine loci'.

[d1v] ‘In festo purificationis sancte Marie benedictio cereorum'.

[d4r] ‘Benedictio cinerum in capite ieiunii'. Followed by litanies.

[e1r] ‘Exorcismus salis . . . aque'. Followed by the mass.

[f1v] ‘Benedictio palmarum et frondium'.

[f7r] ‘In cena domini'.

[f7v] ‘Feria sexta Parasceue'.

[g2v] ‘In vigilia pasce'.

[g6r] ‘Benedictio fontis baptismi'. Followed by litanies.

[h3r] ‘In nocte sancta pasce'.

[h5r] ‘Benedictio vini in die sancti Johannis euangeliste'. Followed by the beginning of the four Gospels.

[h8r] [Colophon.]

[h8v] ‘Registrum'.


Imprint: Bamberg: Johann Sensenschmidt and Heinrich Petzensteiner, 3 Apr 1484. 4°.


Collation: [a–h8].


ISTC: io00003700

Hain: H *11929;

Proctor: Pr 785;

Others: BSB‑Ink R‑205; Bohatta, Lit. Bibl., 749; Meyer-Baer 225; Oates 275; Sheppard 578.

LCN: 14110433


Copy number: R-074(1)

Printed on parchment.

Binding: Sixteenth-century blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, the decoration consisting of very worn rolls and two different centre-pieces. Corner-pieces and two metal catches lost, remains of clasps.

Size: 210 × 150 × 30 mm.

Size of leaf: 196 × 147 mm.

On a parchment leaf added to the last gathering ‘Orationes super quatuor inicia ewangeliorum' in a contemporary hand. Some marginal notes, mainly complementing the text, in a seventeenth-century hand in brown ink.

Provenance: Early ownership note erased on front pastedown. Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; Munich shelfmark, ‘Inc. Typ. Membr. No. 34' on the front pastedown. Purchased for £2. 5. 0; see Books Purchased (1841), 29.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 1Q 7.45.

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