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MS. Lat. th. d. 12

Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)

Contents

(fol.1)
Treatise on ecclesiastical interdicts
Incipit: De modo observandi ecclesiasticum interdictum
Explicit: totum interdictum violat secundum Io.Cal.

Perhaps identical with the Tractatus de observatione interdicti ascribed to Johannes Auditor in MS.Marburg c.5 (cf.J.F.von Schulte, Gesch.d.canon.Rechts, II p.379)

Language(s): Latin
(fol.6v)
Giovanni Calderini , Tractatus de ecclesiastico interdicto
Rubric: Tractatus Johannis Calderini de ecclesiastico interdicto

As pr. in Tractatus Universi Juris, Venice 1584, vol.XIV pp.325–333.

Language(s): Latin
Nicholas Stör, Treatise on the Mass
Rubric: Circa inicium officii misse notandum

Ascribed on the cover to Conrad of Soltow, bp. of Verden, but not mentioned by L. Schmitz, Conrad v.Soltau (diss.), Jena 1891, pp.67–74

Incipit: (prologue)Venerabiles patres et domini cogitante mihi crebrius
Incipit: (text)Ad honorem benedicte et individue trinitatis patris filii spiritus sancti sanctorumque patronorum huius dyocesis scil. s. Johannis Baptiste et s. Laurencii necnon pro felici incremento alme universitatis Libcensis aggressurus laborem
Explicit: ut in eternum laudemus eum qui vivit… in secula seculorum benedictum. Amen.
Colophon: (fol.152v) Et sic finis huius libri Anno domini MoCCCCXXII ipso die decollacionis johannis baptiste
Language(s): Latin

Physical Description

Secundo Folio: non delinquerunt
Form: codex
Support: Paper, watermarks steer's head, cf. Briquet 14312, crossed keys, cf. Briquet 3868.
Extent: i + 153 leaves
Dimensions (leaf): 295 × 215 mm.
Dimensions (written): 225-30 × 150-60 mm.

Collation

1(12), 2(12), 3(12)(9–12 canc.), 4(14), 5(12)– 12(12), 13(12)(11, 12 canc.)

Layout

2 cols., 36–47 lines

Decoration

Plain red initials.

Binding

Original stamped leather on boards with the title ‘Johannes Calderini et Jo.Auditor de ecclesiastico interdicto cum lectura domini Conradi Soltow (circa) off(ici)um mysse valde utili’. One clasp is missing.

History

Origin: 1422 ; German

Provenance and Acquisition

'Marienmunster', 18th century

Leander van Ess (1772-1847) (on whom see Hermann Knaus, 'Die Handschriften des Leander van Eß', Archiv für Geschichte des Buchwesens, vol. 1 (pts. 3/4, 1956), 1958, 331-6, and Milton McC. Gatch, ed., 'so precious a foundation': The Library of Leander van Ess at the Burke Library of Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York, New York, 1996), MS. 182, '182' on spine label

Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), MS. 566

E. F. Bosanquet (bookplate)

Bought from P. J. & A. E. Dobell, London booksellers, Oct. 1923.

Record Sources

Typescript description by Bodleian Library staff, revised by Peter Kidd, late 1990s