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JANUENSIS SERMONES

MRJ number: 
144
College classmark: 
F.7

    Vellum, 8.125 x 5.5, ff. 30 + 301, 33 - 34 lines to a page.  14th cent. (1381), in

 a rather current hand.

    From the Franciscans of Bristol.

    Collation: i18 ii12 112 214 312 - 512 (1 canc.) 612 712 810 912 (11, 12 canc.) 1012 - 2512  26? (three).

 

    Contents:

   I.    1.  Three sermons (?) added on ff. 1-3.

               Deus sic per omnia incomparabiliter est amandus, etc.

         2.  Tabula super sermones dominicales fr. Jacobi januensis              f.  4

               List of divisions of sermons, and Index Rerum.

               Expl. tab. super serm. domin. ffr. jac. de voragine de ord.

                   ffratrum pred. per manum ffr. Thome Downe a.d. 1381 fidelter

                   consummata.

               Note follows          .               .               .               .               .                  30b

  II.    3.  Sermones  dominicales Januensis      .               .               .                  31

               Humane labilis uite decursus

                   -principium et finis qui sine fine ui. et reg. per infin. sec.

                   sec. Amen.  Expl. serm. fr. Jac. de voragine januensis

                   archiep. per manum ffr. Thome Downe de ord. minorum

                   fratrum de conuentu bristollie.  Amen.

               Another sermon (?) beginning: Veritas euangelica predicatoribus

                   quasi quibusdam paranimphis est concessa                .                    298

Supplementary information 

P.R. Robinson, Catalogue of dated and datable manuscripts c.737-1600 in Cambridge libraries (Cambridge, 1988) vol. I, p. 87, no. 301; vol. II pl. 167 (fol. 19).

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