Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Modus poenitendi:
Libellus de modo poenitendi et confitendi

ISTC No.im00764000
TitleLibellus de modo poenitendi et confitendi
ImprintAntwerp : Gerard Leeu, 28 Jan. 1485
Format
NotesReproductions of the watermarks found in the paper used in this edition are provided by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands.
Other editions of this work, also known from its incipit as Poeniteas cito, are entered under the heading Poenitentionarius. Attributed since the Middle Ages to Johannes de Garlandia or to Petrus Blesensis (cf. P. Michaud-Quantin, Sommes des casuistique et manuels de confession au moyen-age, Louvain, 1962, p.19). H. MacKinnon attributes to William de Montibus (Essays in medieval history presented to Bertie Wilkinson, ed. T.A. Sandquist and M.R. Powicke, Toronto, 1969, pp.40-45)
Woodcut
Reference worksGoff M764; HC 11494; Camp 1129; ILC 1611; Inv Ant 101; Polain(B) 3218; IDL 3273; Voull(Trier) 2346; Bod-inc P-396; Sheppard 7206; Pr 9355; GW M13766

Holdings

BelgiumBrussels, BR
Leuven, Univ. (copy destroyed)
Liège, Séminaire
Westmalle, O.C.R.
Czech RepublicPrague Strahov
FranceDouai BM
GermanyJena ULB
Köln USB
Trier StB
LatviaRiga Akad
The NetherlandsThe Hague RL (2: 150 C 59, 150 G 19)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IA.49735) (Acquired from the Broxbourne Library (AE.R.1500), 1977, not in BMC. Early owner: Thomas Yard, Westmoreland)
Cambridge, St John's College
Douai Abbey
London, Congregational Library
Oxford Bodley
United States of AmericaIndiana Univ., The Lilly Library
Library of Congress, Rare Book Division
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum
Number of holding institutions19
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00
 

Modus poenitendi:
Libellus de modo poenitendi et confitendi

ISTC No.im00764000
TitleLibellus de modo poenitendi et confitendi
ImprintAntwerp : Gerard Leeu, 28 Jan. 1485
Format
NotesReproductions of the watermarks found in the paper used in this edition are provided by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands.
Other editions of this work, also known from its incipit as Poeniteas cito, are entered under the heading Poenitentionarius. Attributed since the Middle Ages to Johannes de Garlandia or to Petrus Blesensis (cf. P. Michaud-Quantin, Sommes des casuistique et manuels de confession au moyen-age, Louvain, 1962, p.19). H. MacKinnon attributes to William de Montibus (Essays in medieval history presented to Bertie Wilkinson, ed. T.A. Sandquist and M.R. Powicke, Toronto, 1969, pp.40-45)
Woodcut
Reference worksGoff M764; HC 11494; Camp 1129; ILC 1611; Inv Ant 101; Polain(B) 3218; IDL 3273; Voull(Trier) 2346; Bod-inc P-396; Sheppard 7206; Pr 9355; GW M13766

Holdings

BelgiumBrussels, BR
Leuven, Univ. (copy destroyed)
Liège, Séminaire
Westmalle, O.C.R.
Czech RepublicPrague Strahov
FranceDouai BM
GermanyJena ULB
Köln USB
Trier StB
LatviaRiga Akad
The NetherlandsThe Hague RL (2: 150 C 59, 150 G 19)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IA.49735) (Acquired from the Broxbourne Library (AE.R.1500), 1977, not in BMC. Early owner: Thomas Yard, Westmoreland)
Cambridge, St John's College
Douai Abbey
London, Congregational Library
Oxford Bodley
United States of AmericaIndiana Univ., The Lilly Library
Library of Congress, Rare Book Division
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum
Number of holding institutions19
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00