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Honorius Augustodunensis, Speculum ecclesiae(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Honorii Speculum Ecclesiae
Codicology:Vellum, 267 x 180 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (10.5 x 7 in.), ff. 143 + 1, double columns of 31 lines. Cent. xiii, finely written in two hands.
Collation: 18-58 (one canc.) 68-188, 1 flyleaf.
2 fo.: ipse illustrat.
Provenance:At top of f. 1r Parker has written in chalk: Canterbury. There were several copies of a Speculum ecclesiae at Christ Church, e.g. Ancient Libraries, p. 92, no. 943.
Foliation: ff. a-b + 1-144 + i + c(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
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Honorius Augustodunensis, Speculum ecclesiae (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
1r
Rubric:
Fratres solitario de speculo ecclesie
(Honorius of Autun P. L. CLXXII 814)
1r
Incipit:
Cum proxime in nostro conuentu resideres
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Explicit:
profecerint ex tuis loquelis
1r
Initial of the Church as a crowned woman, half-length, on gold ground: not very fine work
1r
Rubric:
Prologus Solitarii
1r
Incipit:
Peritissimi pictores ambrosius et augustinus Ieronimus, etc.
1r
Explicit:
mores et actus suos componat
1r
Rubric:
Incipit speculum ecclesie
1r
Incipit:
Cum igitur uis alloqui populum inprimis ori pectorique tuo
1r
Explicit:
sic humiliter incipe
1v
Rubric:
In die natalis domini sermo
1v
Incipit:
Letentur celi et exultet terra
Ends imperfectly in the sermon on St Martin
144v
Explicit:
O cuius meriti apud deum hic uir extitit. qui hunc uite restituit. qui se ipsum