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Bod-Inc: S-241

Soccus, Frater Ord. Cisterciensis

Sermones de tempore.


Analysis of Content

11r [Title-page.]

12r [Alphabetical list of contents.] A subject list of contents for the winter and summer parts, with references to the sermon numbers.

33v [List of sermons.] In numerical arrangement, with a short summary for each sermon.

a2r Soccus, Frater Ord. Cisterciensis: Sermones de tempore [pars hyemalis]. ‘Prologus'. Incipit: ‘  “[E]xurge a mortuis et illuminabit te Christus” [Eph 5,14]. Cogitaui(!) mihi quod deum patrem peccatis meis grauiter offenderim . . .’ See Schneyer, Repertorium, I nos 1-92, 94-131.

s2r Soccus, Frater Ord. Cisterciensis: Sermones per Quadragesimam. Incipit: ‘Qui per quadragesimam diebus singulis uoluerit predicare . . .’ Inserted after sermon no. 191 [92 in Schneyer].

z6r [Explicit.] ‘Pars uidelicet hyemalis sermonum Socci de tempore intitulatorum quia de succo et de medulla sacre pagine stilo sub obscuro sunt extracti finit feliciter'. On authorship see S‑239.

z6v Soccus, Frater Ord. Cisterciensis: Sermones de tempore [pars aestivalis]. Incipit: ‘[A]lleluia. Dicit Gregorius qui ad uere predicationis uerba se preparat . . .’ See Schneyer I nos 132-266.

P1r Soccus, Frater Ord. Cisterciensis: ‘Sermo .lxxiii.’ Incipit: ‘[F]idelis deus qui non patietur uos temptari . . .’ Inserted between sermons 208 and 209.


Imprint: Strasbourg: Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger, 12 Feb. 1484. Folio.


Collation: 1 28 36 a–g8 h10 i–ſ s t v u–z A–Z8 aa8 bb6 cc8.


ISTC: is00589000

GW: GW 7410;

Hain: HC *14826 (I);

Goff: Goff S‑589;

Proctor: Pr 438;

Others: BSB‑Ink C‑520; CIBN S‑235; Hillard 1842; Oates 180; Sack, Freiburg, 1087; Sheppard 357.

LCN: 14124876


Copy number: S-241(1)

Wanting the blank leaf cc8. Leaf 11 backed.

Binding: Sixteenth-century blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, rebacked with remains of metal clasps and metal strips to protect the edges. Circular metal bosses and centre-piece lost. Formerly chained: staple-marks of a hasp at head of lower cover. Blind-tooled on the lower cover: ‘F. HENRICVS MAVROY', and in gold: ‘SERMONES. SOCCI'. Red-edged leaves.

Size: 300 × 220 × 85 mm.

Size of leaf: 293 × 194 mm.

Provenance: Henri Mauroy (sixteenth century); name on binding (see above). Purchased from Anatole Claudin, no. 18654, on 12 Mar. 1886, for 22 Francs; see Library Bills.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 3Q inf. 1.23.

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