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cd introduction xi list of abbreviations xxi The Ro­b ert Garrett Collection g25: Slavonic Missal leaf, Roman Rite, s. XV2 (1462?), Dalmatia

3

g26: Hebrew Miscellany, s. XV �, Italy (Florence?)

4

g27: Sweetheart Bible, s. XIII¾ (ca. 1260s or 1270s), northern France?

8

g28: Bible, s. XIII¾ (ca. 1270s), England

12

g29: Bible, s. XIII�, southern France?

17

g30: O.T. Joshua, Judges, and Ruth with Glossa ordinaria, s. XIII¼, France

22

g31: Flosculus Proverbiorum Solomonis, s. XV2 (before 1494), France (Bourges)

25

g32: N.T. Apocalypse with Glossa ordinaria, s. XIImed, northeastern France or Rhineland?

28

g33: Gospel Lectionary, s. XVI¼, France

30

g34: Tewkesbury Psalter, s. XIII¾ (ca. 1260s?), England (Oxford?)

32

g35: Psalter, s. XIII/XIV, England

35

g36: Psalter, Use of Sainte-Croix, Poitiers, s. XIII¾ (ca. 1250s), France

39

g37: Notated Missal, s. XI and XII, southwestern Germany or Rhineland

41

g38: Antiphonary leaf, s. XIV�, southern Netherlands (Tournai?)

43

g39: Missal, Franciscan Use, s. XIV¾ (1370s?), Italy, Veneto

44

g40: Missal, Carmelite Use, 1440s or ca. 1455–1476, France

53

g41: Missal, Dominican Use, s. XIII/XIV and XIV2, France (Paris)

60

g42: Dominican Breviary, s. XIV¼ and XIV2, Italy (Bologna)

64

g43: Benedictional, s. XI�, Germany (Lorsch or Mainz?)

66

g44: Gradual leaf, s. XV� (ca. 1434?), Spain (Seville)

69

g45: Gradual for second half of Lent, s. XV/XVI, France

70

g46: Sermon Collection, s. XII², Germany (Rebdorf )

71

g47: Book of Hours, Use of Rome, s. XV�, southwestern France

77

g48: Book of Hours, Use of Paris, ca. 1420–1430, France (Paris)

79

g49: Book of Hours, Use of Rome, s. XV¾, southern Netherlands

82

g50: Book of Hours, Use of Rome, s. XV¾, Flanders (Ghent or Bruges)

83

g51: Book of Hours, Use of Paris, s. XV�, France

86

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g52: Book of Hours, Use of Troyes, s. XV� (ca. 1485 or later), France (Troyes?)

88

g53: Book of Hours, Compilation of Geert Grote, s. XV� (ca. 1490s), northern Netherlands (Utrecht?)

90

g54: Book of Hours, Use of Rome, s. XV²(ca. 1460–1465?), Duchy of Savoy

93

g55: Book of Hours, Use of Paris, s. XV�, France (Tours?)

96

g56: Book of Hours, Use of Rouen, s. XV� (1490s), France (Rouen)

99

g57: Book of Hours, Use of Rome, s. XV/XVI, northern Netherlands?

102

g58: Book of Hours, Use of Rome, s. XV/XVI, southern Netherlands (Ghent?)

106

g59: Book of Hours, Use of Antwerp, s. XV/XVI, southern Netherlands

109

g60: Book of Hours, Compilation and translation of Geert Grote, s. XVmed, northern Netherlands (Delft)

113

g61: Book of Hours, Use of Rome, s. XV², after 1462, Italy (Ferrara?)

115

g62: Book of Hours, Use of Rome, s. XV�, Italy (Florence?)

117

g63: Prayer Book, s. XVI¼, southern Netherlands (Bruges?)

119

g64: St. Augustine, In Iohannis epistulam ad Parthos tractatus, s. XII1, France, Alsace (Metz?)

122

g65: Monastic Miscellany, s. XV¾, northern Germany (Huysburg)

124

g66: Pseudo-John Chrysostom, Opus imperfectum in Mattheum, s. XIV, England (Oxford?)

128

g67: Eusebius of Caesarea, De preparatione evangelica, s. XV¾, Italy (Padua)

131

g68: Miscellany, 1451, northern Italy (Sacchetta)

133

g69: Sedulius, Carmen paschale, 1455, Italy (Verona?)

135

g70: Pope Gregory I, Dialogues, 1081–1082, Germany (Regensburg)

137

g71: Bede the Venerable, St. Augustine, and St. Bernard of Clairvaux, s. XII� – XIII¼, England (Waverley)

139

g72: Rabanus Maurus, Expositio in evangelium S. Matthaei, 840–850 and s. XV, Germany (Fulda and Xanten)

143

g73: Haimo of Auxerre, Commentary on Isaiah, s. XIImed, England (St. Albans)

147

g74: St. Thomas Aquinas, Quaestiones disputatae, 1447, Germany (Ebern)

149

g75: Hugo Ripelinus, Compendium theologiae, s. XIV, England (Oxford?)

152

g76: Franciscan and Dominican Miscellany, s. XIII/xiv, France

153

g77: Conrad of Saxony, Speculum Beatae Virginis Mariae, s. XIV, Germany (Erfurt) 155 g78: Hugh of St. Victor, St. Bernard of Clairvaux, s. XII² or XIII¼, Spain (Poblet, Catalonia?)

157

g79: Peter Lombard, Sententiarum libri IV, s. XIII¾, France

161

g80: Medical Miscellany, s. XIII/XIV, southern France

163

g81: Nicholas of Lyra, Postilla super libro Apocalipsis, 1471, northern Germany?

165

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g82: John of Freiburg, Summa confessorum, s. XIV�, France (Paris)

167

g83: Durandus of Saint-Pourçain, Commentaria in Sententias Petri Lombardi, 1336, France (Paris)

169

g84: Guillelmus Peraldus, De eruditione religiosorum, s. XIVmed, southern France

172

g85: Guillelmus Peraldus, Sermones de dominicis et festis, s. XIV, England (Oxford?) 173 g86: Jacobus de Voragine, Sermones quadragesimales, Sermones, s. XIV, England (Oxford?)175 g87: Richard Rolle of Hampole, Expositio super novem lectiones mortuorum, s. XIV, England (Oxford?)

176

g88: Jan van Ruusbroec, De ornatu spiritualis desponsationis, s. XV¼, 1481, northern Netherlands

178

g89: Thomas à Kempis, De imitatione Christi, 1474, Italy (Ferrara?)

180

g90: Johannes Sintram de Herbipoli, Theologica varia, 1415–1420, Germany (Reutlingen and Colmar)

182

g91: Johannes de Turrecremata, Expositio regulae Sancti Benedicti, 1485, France (Clairvaux)192 g92: Jacobus de Voragine, Sermones quadragesimales, s. XIvmed, Germany (Trier)

195

g93: Francesco Petrarca, De vita solitaria; Pseudo-Augustine, Speculum peccatoris, s. XVmed, France

197

g94:  Miscellany, s. XIII, England and France?

198

g95:  Miscellany, s. XVmed, England (Oxford?)

203

g96:  Rule of the Poor Clares, s. XV2, Italy (Arezzo?)

212

g97:   Decretum Gratiani, s. XIII², Italy (Bologna)

213

g98:   Decretum Gratiani (fragment), s. XIII2, France (Paris?)

217

g99:  Astronomical Miscellany, s. XIII�–XIV¼, France (Paris?)

218

g100:   Nicola Bertruccio, Collectorium artis medicinae, s. XV², Germany

223

g101:   Aesop, Vita, Fabulae, s. XV², Italy (Rome?)

226

g102:   Aristotle, Ethica, Politica, s. XIV¼, Italy

227

g103:   Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, s. XV¾, Italy

229

g104:   Euclid, Elementorum libri XV, s. XV¾, Italy, Veneto

231

g105:   Diodorus Siculus, Bibliotheca historica, ca. 1450, Italy (Rome)

233

g106:   Plutarch, Vitae, s. XV¾, Italy (Florence?)

235

g107:  Ovid, Heroides, s. XV¾, Italy (Rome?)

237

g108:  Virgil, Aeneid (fragment), s. X, Germany

239

g109:  Virgil, Aeneid, s. XIII1, Italy

241

g110:  Virgil, Opera, s. XV¾ (1460s?), Italy (Ferrara)

243

g111:   Pseudo-Cicero, Rhetorica ad Herennium, s. XV1, Italy (Venice)

246

g112:   Sallust, Catilina and Jugurtha, s. XVmed, Italy (Florence)

249

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g113:  Livy, Ab urbe condita, s. XVmed, Italy (Florence)

250

g114:  Cassiodorus, Seneca, Solinus, s. XII², XIII¼, England

252

g115:  Boethius, Works on Logic, s. Xeˣ/XIiⁿ, ca. 1023–1033, France, Aquitaine? 258 g116:  Boethius, De consolatione philosophiae, s. XII, France

261

g117:  Isidore of Seville, Etymologiae, s. XIV¹, northern Italy (Bologna?)

263

g118:  Walter of Châtillon, Alexandreis, s. XIII1, England (St. Albans?)

265

g119:  Walter of Châtillon, Alexandreis, s. XIv2, England (Lincolnshire)

268

g120:  Geoffrey of Vinsauf, Poetria nova, s. XIV2, Italy (Ravenna?)

272

g121:  Geoffrey of Vinsauf, Poetria nova, s. XIV2, Italy

274

g122:  Alessandro de’ Pazzi, Sylva, 1517, Italy (Florence)

275

g123:  Libro di Sidrach, 1374, Italy (Milan or Lodi?)

277

g124:  Jacopone da Todi, Laude, s. XV, Italy

279

g125:  Gautier de Belleperche, Chrétien de Troyes, and Garin de Monglane, s. XIII� (1290s?), France, Picardy (Amiens?)

281

g126:  Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun, Le roman de la rose; Jean de Meun, Le testament and Le codicille, s. XIVmed, France (Paris)

286

g127:  Jean de Meun, Le testament, s. XVmed, France, Picardy?

290

g128:  L’histoire ancienne jusqu’à Cesar; Faits des romains, s. XIV�, France (Paris?)

291

g129:  Faits des romains, s. XV¾, France, Burgundy?

295

g130:  Pseudo-Aristotle, Le secret des secrets; Jacques Legrand, Livre des bonnes meurs, s. XV�, France, Brittany?

297

g131:  Medical Miscellany, s. XIII², France

300

g132:  Devotional Miscellany, s. XVImed, southern Netherlands

303

g133:  Ebernand von Erfurt, Heinrich und Kunigunde, s. XV� (ca. 1440s?), Germany, Thuringia (Mülhausen)

306

g134:  Otto von Passau, Die vierundzwanzig Alten, 1468, Germany (Lauingen)

309

g135:  Devotional Meditations on the Passion, s. XVI¼, southern Netherlands

311

g136:  John Gower, Confessio amantis, s. XV¼, England

313

g137:  Thomas Hoccleve, The Regiment of Princes, s. XV�, England

315

g138:  The Prick of Conscience, Southern Recension, s. XV¼, England (Herefordshire)317 g139:  John Lydgate, Fall of Princes, s. XV¾, England

320

g140:  The Sowdon of Babyloyne, s. XVmed, England

322

g141:  John Metham, Middle English Works, s. XV², England, Norfolk

324

g142:  John Hardyng, Chronicle of England, s. XV¾, England, Yorkshire?

328

g143:  English Devotional Miscellany, s. XV1, England

332

g144:  English Devotional Miscellany, s. XV¾, England

334

g145:  St. Bridget of Sweden, Revelations, s. XV¾, England

336

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g146:  Statuta Angliae, s. XIII/XIV, England (Lincoln?)

338

g147:  Registrum brevium, s. XV¼, England

345

g148:  Statuta Angliae, s. XV�, England (London)

346

g150:  Prose Brut, s. XVmed, England

348

g151:  Ranulf Higden, Polychronicon, translated by John Trevisa, s. XV¼, England (London)

351

g152:  Ranulf Higden, Polychronicon, s. XV¼, England

354

g153:  John of Glastonbury, Chronica de rebus Glastoniensis, 1497, England (Glastonbury)356 g154:  Pierre des Vaux-de-Cernay, Chronicon Simonis de Monteforti, s. XV¼, France 359 g155:  Martin of Troppau, Chronicon pontificum et imperatorum, s. XIV1, Italy

361

g156:  Benintendi Ravignani, Cronica Venetiarum, s. XIV², Italy (Venice)

365

g157:  Marco Polo, De consuetudinibus et conditionibus orientalium regionum, s. XVmed, England

366

g158:  Giovanni Marcanova, Collectio antiquitatum, s. XV¾ (1471? after 1473?) Italy (Bologna?)

368

g159:  Dogale, 1486 or later, Italy (Venice)

375

g160:  Dogale, 1531, Italy (Venice)

377

g161:  Dogale, 1542, Italy (Venice)

378

g163:  Saint-Lucien and Grandvilliers, Charter, 1278, France (Beauvais)

380

g164:  Breteuil, Deed, 1452, France (Breteuil)

380

g166:  Legal Proceedings, 1567, Spain (Úbeda)

381

g167:  Entail of Redgrave Hall Property, 1566, England, Suffolk

382

g168:  Testament de Amyra Sultan Nichemedy, ca. 1482, southern Netherlands (Bruges)383 g169:  Theological Miscellany, s. XI� and XII, Austria (Admont)

385

g170:  Leonardo Bruni, Le vite di Dante e del Petrarca, s. XV� (after 1436), Italy (Florence)

390

g171:  King Manuel I of Portugal, Carta de foral, 1514, Portugal (Lisbon)

391

g172:  Luxeuil Fragment, s. VIII¼, France (Luxeuil or affiliated house)

392

g Hebrew 6:  Prayer Book, s. XV¾, ca. 1523, Italy (Florence)

394

THE Ro­b ert taylor Collection t 1:

William de Wadington (?), Le manuel des péchés, s. XIII� (ca. 1280), England 399

t 2:

John Lydgate, Fall of Princes, s. XVex, England

404

t 3:

Sidrac and Boccus; Prose Brut, s. XV�, England

407

t 4:

Queen Elizabeth I, Fees and Income, 1593, England

410

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Contents John Gower, Confessio amantis, s. XV¼, England (London?)

411

t6: Ranulf Higden, Polychronicon, translated by John Trevisa, s. XV¾, England (London)

415

t7: Book of Hours, Use of Paris, s. XVI¼, France (Paris?)

418

t9: Arthurian Metrical Romances; Manor of Hale Records, s. XV2, England (Merseyside?)

420

t10: Mandeville’s Travels, s. XV¼ (1403–1419?), England424 t11: Speculum vitae, s. XIV/XV, England, Yorkshire

426

t12: Anglo-Norman Miscellany, s. XIV�, England428 t13: The Prick of Conscience, s. XIV2, England, Yorkshire or Nottinghamshire

431

t14: Miscellany, s. XIII/XIV, France or Italy?

433

t15: Richard de Bury, Philobiblon, ca. 1480, Germany or Netherlands

435

t16: English Wycliffite Sermons, s. XIV/XV, England

437

t17: Arma Christi and Prayers, s. XV¾, England440 t18: King Henry VI, Royal Household Bills, 1432–1433, England

443

t19: Elizabethan Roundels, s. XVI�, England

444

t20: Sir Henry Sidney and Sir Philip Sidney, Indenture, 1580, England

445

t21: Sir Thomas Smith, Dialogue on the Queen’s Marriage, 1560s, England

446

t22: Walter Hilton, Middle English and Latin Mystical Writings, s. XV¾, England (London?)

447

RHT 16th–86:  Miscellany, s. XV/XVI, southeastern England?

453

general index (vol. i) 457 manuscripts cited (vol. i) 477 dated and datable manuscripts (vols. i and II) 483