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SECULAR INSTITUTIONS: Hospitals, Towns, and the Professions: London, hospital of St Mary Elsing

SH33. Inventory of books, 7 October 1448

56 identified entries found.
  • SH33.32 (NT): Nicholas of Lyre OFM [†1349]
    H. Labrosse, `Oeuvres de Nicolas de Lyre', Études franciscaines 19 (1908) 153–75, 368–79, and 35 (1923) 171–87, 400–432; G. Dahan (ed.), Nicolas de Lyre, franciscain du XIVe siècle, exégète et théologien (Turnhout 2011).
    Postilla litteralis in uetus et nouum testamentum pr. Rome 1471–2 (Goff N131), &c.; Stegmüller Bibl. 5829–5923.
  • SH33.33 (`magister sentenciarum glosat''): Peter Lombard [c1100–1160]
    Sententiarum libri IV pr. [Strassburg, before 1471] (Goff P479), &c.; PL 192. 521–962; ed. I. Brady, Spicilegium Bonauenturianum 4–5 (Grottaferrata 1971–81).
  • SH33.34 (`magister historiarum'): Petrus Comestor [†1187]
    Historia scholastica pr. [Augsburg] 1473 (Goff P458), &c.; PL 198. 1053–1722; ed. H. A. Vollmer (Berlin 1925–7); Genesis only, ed. A. Sylwan, CCCM 191 (2005).
  • SH33.35 (`psalterium glosatum'): Peter Lombard [c1100–1160]
    Gloss on the Psalms (Magna glosatura) PL 191. 55–1296; Stegmüller Bibl. 6637.
  • SH33.36: Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    Homiliae in Ezechielem CPL 1710; ed. M. Adriaen, CCSL 142 (1971).
  • SH33.39: Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    Homiliae XL in euangelia CPL 1711; pr. [Augsburg] 1473 (GW 11418), &c.
  • SH33.42 (anon.): Innocent III (Lotharius de Segnis) [1160/61–1216, sedit 1198–1216]
    De miseria humanae conditionis (1194–5) PL 217. 701–746; ed. M. Maccarrone (Lugano 1955); ed. R. E. Lewis (Athens, GA, 1978); Bloomfield 1753.
  • SH33.43: Fasciculus morum, a Franciscan compilation ed. S. Wenzel (University Park, PA, 1989); Bloomfield 6196; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 572.
  • SH33.44 (`gemma anime', anon.): Honorius Augustodunensis [c1080–1137]
    (attrib.), Gemma animae siue De diuinis officiis PL 172. 541–738.
  • SH33.45 (`liber encheridion', anon.): Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    Enchiridion CPL 295; ed. E. Evans, CCSL 46 (1969) 23–114.
  • SH33.46 (`Crisostomus in opere imperfecto'): John Chrysostom [c347–407], patriarch of Constantinople
    [pseud.] Opus imperfectum in Matthaeum CPL 707; J. van Banning, CCSL 87B (1988); Stegmüller Bibl. 4350. [The tradition is largely English, and this work is much commoner in England than the authentic Homilies on Matthew.]
  • SH33.47 (`A. de simbolo'): Augustine [354–430], bishop of Hippo
    Sermo ad catechumenos de symbolo CPL 309; ed. R. Vander Plaetse, CCSL 46 (1969) 185–99. [The four books De symbolo are CPL 309 and Quodvultdeus, De symbolo, CPL 401, 402, and 403; as for example in Worcester cathedral, MS F. 57 (s. xiii), fols. 218r–229v, or BL MS Royal 5 C. VI (s. xiv), fols. 73v–(87).]
  • SH33.48 (attrib. Augustine): Ambrosius Autpertus [†781]
    De conflictu uitiorum et uirtutum PL 17. 1057–74 & under other authors; ed. R. Weber, CCCM 27B (1979) 907–31; Bloomfield 0455.
  • SH33.49 (`ueritas theologie', anon.): Hugo Ripelinus OP [† c1300]
    Compendium ueritatis theologicae ed. A. Borgnet, Alberti Magni opera omnia (Paris 1890–99), 34. 1–270; Stegmüller Sent. 368; Kaeppeli 1982.
  • SH33.50 (anon.): Iohannes de Burgo [† after 1398]
    Pupilla oculi pr. London 1510 (STC 4115), &c.; Bloomfield 2441; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 222.
  • SH33.51 (`pars oculi'): Willelmus de Pagula [early 14th cent.]
    Oculus sacerdotis unpr.; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 799; Bloomfield 1088, 2499, 3129, 3686.
  • SH33.52 (`Parisiensis de sacramentis'): William of Auvergne, known as Parisiensis [c1180–1249], bishop of Paris
    P. Viard in DS 6 (1967) 1182–92.
    De sacramentis pr. [Nürnberg 1497] (GW 11869), &c.; pr. in Guillelmi Alverni opera omnia (Paris/Orleans 1674), 1. 407–455; Ottman 16; Glorieux Rép. 141o. [Entries reported here are perhaps indistinguishable from ps. William, Dialogus de septem sacramentis, Glorieux Rép. 141ag.]
  • SH33.53 (anon.): John of Mirfield [fl. 1390]
    Florarium Bartholomaei part ed. P. H. S. Hartley & H. R. Aldridge, Johannes de Mirfield of St Bartholomew's Hospital, Smithfield. His Life and Works (Cambridge 1936), 114–164.
  • SH33.*54: Secretum secretorum (ps. Aristotle), Latin tr. from Arabic by Philippus Tripolitanus ed. R. Steele, Opera hactenus inedita Rogeri Baconi (Oxford 1909–40), 5. 1–175; S. J. Williams, The Secret of Secrets. The scholarly career of a pseudo-Aristotelian text in the Latin middle ages (Ann Arbor, MI, 2003), 360–63 (translator's prologue), 388–413 (list of manuscripts); PAL 54–75 (no. 81B). [See also John of Seville, for an excerpt translated in the 12th cent., and Aristotle ps., Epistola Aristotelis ad Alexandrum for other possible copies.]
  • SH33.57 (inc.): Jerome [c347–420]
    Psalterium PL 29. 119–397; Stegmüller Bibl. 21.
  • SH33.58 (`minores collaciones patrum'): John Cassian [c360–435], abbot of Marseilles
    Collationes CPL 512.
  • SH33.59: Gregory the Great [c540–604, sedit 590–604]
    Dialogi CPL 1713; ed. A. de Vogüé, SChr 251, 260, 265 (1978–80).
  • SH33.60: Ranulf Higden OSB [†1364]
    Speculum curatorum unpr.; J. Taylor, The Universal Chronicle of Ranulf Higden (Oxford 1966), 182; Bloomfield 1063.
  • SH33.†61 (`uiridarium psalterii'): Richard Rolle [†1349]
    Viridarium unpr.; Stegmüller Bibl. 7301; Allen, Rolle, 161–5; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 336, 503. The work collects verses from the Psalms that mention misericordia and related words.
  • SH33.62 (`B. de uita Christi'): Iohannes de Caulibus OFM [14th cent.]
    DBI 55. 768–74.
    (attrib.; ps. Bonaventure), Meditationes uitae Christi pr. Augsburg 1468 (GW 4739), &c.; ed. A. C. Peltier, Sancti Bonaventurae opera omnia (Paris 1864–71), 12. 509–630; ed. M. Stallings-Taney, CCCM 153 (1997); Distelbrink 166. [The ps. Bonaventure Meditationes passionis Christi are derived from this work. Stallings's text relies on 14th-cent. manuscripts; Peltier reprinted a Vatican edition of 1596 that lay at the end of a long line of revisions; C. M. Stallings-Taney in Franciscan Studies 55 (1998) 253–80.]
  • SH33.63: Speculum humanae saluationis pr. [Low Countries c. 1466] (Goff S656), &c.; ed. P. Lutz & P. Perdrizet (Mulhouse 1907); Bloomfield 2562.
  • SH33.64–65 (`legenda aurea', `legenda alia sanctorum non completa'): Iacobus de Voragine (Iacopo da Varazze) OP [†1298]
    Legenda aurea ed. T. Graesse (Breslau 18903/ repr. Osnabrück 1965); ed. G. P. Maggioni, Millennio medievale 6 (Florence 1998, 21999); Kaeppeli 2154. [B. Fleith, Studien zur Überlieferungsgeschichte der lateinischen Legenda aurea, Subsidia hagiographica 72 (1991), records more than one thousand copies in manuscript; ISTC records some 150 printed editions before 1501.]
  • SH33.66: Willelmus Durandus the Elder [1237–1296], bishop of Mende
    Rationale diuinorum officiorum pr. Mainz 1459 (GW 9101), &c.; ed. A. Davril & T. M. Thibodeau, CCCM 140, 140A (1995–8); Schulte, 2. 155. [There is also an annotated English translation of Book IV by T. M. Thibodeau (Turnhout 2013).]
  • SH33.70: Henricus Suso OP (Heinrich Seuse) [1295–1366]
    Horologium sapientiae ed. P. Künzle, Heinrich Seuses Horologium sapientiae, Spicilegium Friburgense 23 (1977); Bloomfield 5416; Kaeppeli 1852. [W. Wichgraf, 'Susos Horologium sapientiae in England nach HSS. des 15. Jahrhunderts', Anglia 41 (1929) 123–33, 269–87, 345–73, and 42 (1930) 351–2.]
  • SH33.71: William of Tournai [late 13th cent.]
    Flores Bernardi unpr.; Bloomfield 1155.
  • SH33.72: Richard Scrope [†1405], archibishop of York
    Postills on the Pauline Epistles not known to survive; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 509.
  • SH33.73 (`Haymo super epistolas et euangelia'): Haimo of Auxerre [fl. 840–865]
    Textes et manuscrits exégétiques carolingiens. Études autour d'Haymon d'Auxerre, ed. S. Shimahara (Turnhout 2007).
    Homiliae de tempore PL 118. 11–746.
  • SH33.74: Nigel Witeker OSB [† after 1206]
    Speculum stultorum ed. T. Wright, Anglo-Latin Satirical Poets, RS 59/1 (1872), 3–10 (prose preface), 11–145 (verse); ed. J. H. Mozley & R. Raymo (Berkeley, CA, 1960) (verse only); WIC 18944; Sharpe, Latin Writers, 401.
  • SH33.75 (`H. de S. V. de claustro corporis et anime'): Hugh of Fouilloy OSA [†1172/3], prior of Saint-Laurent-au-Bois, Fouilloy
    J. Gobry in DS 7. 880–86.
    De claustro animae PL 176. 1017–1182; Bloomfield 5211. [The title `De xii abusionibus claustri' refers to the excerpt, II 11–23.]
  • SH33.76: Gratian [† by c1160]
    Decretum PL 187; ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, vol. 1 (1879). [The ordinary gloss on the Decretum is that of Iohannes Teutonicus, revised in the mid 13th cent. by Bartholomew of Brescia: pr. Venice 1605; Kuttner, 103–115.] [`Paleae' are canons added to Gratian's original recension in the second, vulgate version.]
  • SH33.77 (`textus sexti'): Liber sextus Decretalium, continuing the Decretals from Gregory IX (1234) to Boniface VIII (1298) pr. Strassburg 1465 (GW 4848), &c.; ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 933–1124; Schulte, 2. 34–44. [The ordinary gloss on the Sext is that of Iohannes Andreae; at Paris that of Iohannes Monachus was preferred; the triple gloss also contained Guido de Baysio.]
  • SH33.77b: Constitutiones Clementinae, collecting the constitutions of Clement V, promulgated by John XXII in 1317 ed. E. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 1129–1200; Schulte, 2. 45–50. [The ordinary gloss on the Clementines is that of Iohannes Andreae; others include Jean le Moine, Guido de Baysio, Jesselin de Cassagnes, Paulus de Liazariis, and William of Mont Lauzun.]
  • SH33.78: Iohannes Andreae (Giovanni d'Andrea) [c1270–1348]
    Apparatus ad Sextum pr. with Liber sextus, Mainz 1465 &c. (GW 4848–87); standard edition is Corpus iuris canonici 3/3 (Rome 1582); Schulte, 2. 213–14. [See also under Liber Sextus.]
  • SH33.79 (`Abbas doctor super decretales'): Nicholaus de Tudeschis, known as Abbas [†1445], archbishop of Palermo
    Lectura in Decretales pr. Venice 1475–77 (Goff P44), &c.; Schulte, 2. 313.
  • SH33.80: Guido de Baysio, known as Archidiaconus [†1313], archdeacon of Bologna
    Apparatus ad Sextum pr. Milan 1490 (GW 3743); Schulte, 2. 188–9. [See also under Liber Sextus.]
  • SH33.81: Bernard of Pavia [†1213]
    Breuiarium extrauagantium, now known as Compilatio prima decretalium ed. Agustín, Antiquae collectiones, 9–353; part ed. E. Friedberg, Quinque compilationes antiquae (Leipzig 1882), 1–65; Kuttner, 322–44. [Also known as Iuste from its opening words, `Iuste iudicate'. The ordinary gloss is by Tancred of Bologna.] Entries listed here may refer to more than one of the compilationes.
  • SH33.83: Gregory IX (Ugolino da Segni) [c1148–1241, sedit 1227–1241]
    Decretales ed. Friedberg, Corpus iuris canonici, 2. 1–928; Schulte, 2. 3–25, 412. [The ordinary gloss on the Decretals is that by Bernard of Parma: pr. Strassburg 1468/71 (GW 11450), &c.; pr. Venice 1605; Schulte, 2. 115.] [Entries for Decretales ueteres are more likely to refer to one of the older decretal compilations; entered under Bernard of Pavia.]
  • SH33.85 (`Reymundus'): Raymond of Peñafort OP [c1180–1275]
    Summa de casibus poenitentiae ed. X. Ochoa & A. Diez, Universa bibliotheca iuris 1B (Rome 1976); Kuttner, 443–5; Bloomfield 5054; Diaz 1324. [Manuscripts listed by L. Robles, `Escritores dominicos de la Corona de Aragón (siglos XIII–XV)', in Repertorio de historia de las ciencias eclesiásticas en España (Salamanca 1967–79), 3. 11–175 (at 14–31). The common apparatus is that of William of Rennes.] [Book III tit. 34, De poenitentiis et remissionibus, Ochoa & Diez, 795–882 (Bloomfield 3954) and Book IV, Ochoa & Diez, ??? (Bloomfield 4943) also circulate separately.]
  • SH33.86: John of Genoa OP [† after 1286]
    Catholicon pr. [Mainz ?1460] (GW 3182), Augsburg 1469 (GW 3183), &c.; Kaeppeli 2199. [Usually anonymous in lists.]
  • SH33.87 (`Brito'): William Brito [late 13th cent.]
    Expositiones uocabulorum Bibliae ed. L. W. & B. A. Daly (Padua 1975); Stegmüller Bibl. 2820.
  • SH33.†88 (`Ysidorus de mirabilibus mundi'): Thierry of Saint-Trond OSB [†1107]
    (ps. Ovid), De mirabilibus mundi ed. J. G. Préaux, Latomus 6 (1947) 353–65; WIC 8095, 18131.
  • SH33.89: Papias [fl. 1050]
    Elementarium doctrinae rudimentum pr. Milan 1476 (CIBN P22), &c.; Venice 1496 / repr. Turin 1966; a new edition was begun by V. de Angelis, A fasc. 1–3 (Milan 1977–80).
  • SH33.90 (`liber topicorum'): Aristotle [384–322 BC]
    L. Minio-Paluello in DSB 1. 267–81 (on tradition and influence). Indexing Aristotle's works presents difficulties at several levels. He wrote a great deal. The sources provide evidence at different periods for the Greek text, multiple Latin translations from Arabic and from Greek, groupings of individual works under familiar medieval titles, and a wide range of pseudonymous texts. The descriptions provided by the sources are often imprecise, especially as to which Latin translation was recorded. Since the sixteenth century scholarly interest has focused on the Greek text rather than on versions current in the middle ages. Only in recent decades has Aristoteles Latinus attempted to document the Latin versions current at different times, but its progress with editions has been slow. Recently Aristoteles Latinus Database (ALD) has provided complementary material. Since 1971 a separate series Aristoteles Semito-Latinus has aimed to edit translations from Arabic. Where neither is not available, one must have recourse either to major sixteenth-century printings of Latin (in cases where they print the medieval versions) or to the earliest printed editions that may themselves have been documented by our sources. The resulting index is inevitably uneven. Thanks to Pieter de Leemans for his advice.
    Topica, tr. Boethius ed. L. Minio-Paluello, AL 5/1–3 (1969), 5–179. [See also Aristotle, Logica noua.]
  • SH33.†91 (`liber Galieni et Ypocratis'): Hippocrates [c460–c380 BC]
    Aphorismata, Latin tr. pr. in Articella, [Padua c. 1476] (GW 2678), &c.; many versions are listed in HL 29–90.
  • SH33.†91a (`liber Galieni'): Galen [c129–?199]
    Megategni, tr. Constantinus Africanus pr. Lyon 1515, 2. 189v–209v (with the works of Isaac Iudaeus); Thorndike/Kibre 1163. Manuscripts are listed by P. Kibre in Galen's Method of Healing. Proceedings of the 1982 Galen Symposium, ed. F. Kudlien & R. J. Durling (Leiden 1991), 117–118.

56 identified entries found.

All data was derived from the List of Identifications by Professor Richard Sharpe.
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