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Poenitentionarius de confessione (i.e. Poeniteas cito). Hieronymus de Vallibus: Jesuida seu de passione Christi. Lactantius: De resurrectione Christi

ISTC No.ip00849000
TitlePoenitentionarius de confessione (i.e. Poeniteas cito). Hieronymus de Vallibus: Jesuida seu de passione Christi. Lactantius: De resurrectione Christi
Imprint[Southern Germany? : n.pr., after 1500?]
Imprint[Strassburg : Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger, about 1480]
Imprint[Ulm : Conrad Dinckmut, about 1492]
Format
NotesCIBN assigns to an unidentified printer in southern Germany. Goff and Reichling assigned to Strassburg, and Schreiber to Ulm, where the title woodcut was used by Dinckmut between 1485 and 1491 (cf. Amelung, Frühdruck I, 105 & 122)
Other editions of the Poeniteas cito are entered under the heading Modus poenitendi. 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). De resurrectione Christi is now attributed to Venantius Fortunatus
Reference worksGoff P849; R 289; Schr 4998; Schramm VI p.19; Pell Ms 9582 (9406); CIBN P-511; GW M13831

Holdings

FranceParis BN (2)
United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress, Rare Book Division
Number of holding institutions2
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00
 


Poenitentionarius de confessione (i.e. Poeniteas cito). Hieronymus de Vallibus: Jesuida seu de passione Christi. Lactantius: De resurrectione Christi

ISTC No.ip00849000
TitlePoenitentionarius de confessione (i.e. Poeniteas cito). Hieronymus de Vallibus: Jesuida seu de passione Christi. Lactantius: De resurrectione Christi
Imprint[Southern Germany? : n.pr., after 1500?]
Imprint[Strassburg : Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger, about 1480]
Imprint[Ulm : Conrad Dinckmut, about 1492]
Format
NotesCIBN assigns to an unidentified printer in southern Germany. Goff and Reichling assigned to Strassburg, and Schreiber to Ulm, where the title woodcut was used by Dinckmut between 1485 and 1491 (cf. Amelung, Frühdruck I, 105 & 122)
Other editions of the Poeniteas cito are entered under the heading Modus poenitendi. 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). De resurrectione Christi is now attributed to Venantius Fortunatus
Reference worksGoff P849; R 289; Schr 4998; Schramm VI p.19; Pell Ms 9582 (9406); CIBN P-511; GW M13831

Holdings

FranceParis BN (2)
United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress, Rare Book Division
Number of holding institutions2
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00