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Heures de Nostre Dame a l'vsage de Rome, latin, françois : nouuellement imprimees, reueuës & corrigees, outre toutes les precedentes impressions / de la traduction de Messire Regnauld Beaune ... ; auec le kalendrier historial.

Author/Creator:
Catholic Church.
Standardized Title:
Book of hours
Other Title:
Hevres de Nostre Dame a l'vsage de Rome, latin, françois
Heures de Nostre Dame a l'usage de Rome, latin, françois
Publication:
A Paris : Chez Sebastien Huré ..., MDCXIX [1619]
Format/Description:
Book
[72], 192, 60, 72 leaves : ill. ; 16 cm. (12mo)
Fingerprint:
b.b. s.il s.es Voto (3) 1619 (R)
Subjects:
Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Latin.
Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- French.
Place of Publication:
France Paris.
Language:
Latin text with French translation in parallel columns.
Contents:
Tables des temps pour trouuer les fest mobiles [1618-1639]
[Calendar]
Les instructions et enseignemens de Nostre Seigneur Iesus-Christ, baillez par les apostres à tous les fideles
L'euangile selon sainct Iean, qu'on dit le iour de Noel ; [L]'euangile selon sainct Luc, qu'on dit le iour de l'Annonciation ; L'euangile selon sainct Mathieu, qu'on dit le iour des roys ; L'euangile selon sainct Marc, qu'on dit le iour de l'Ascension ; La passion de Nostre Seigneur Iesus-Christ, selon les quatre euangelistes
Heures de Nostre Dame
Les heures de la croix
Les heures du Sainct Esprit
Les sept pseaumes penitentiaux ; La litanie ; Prieres
Office des morts
Suffrages des saincts et sainctes ; Deuotes oraisons
La confession generale et maniere de soy bien confesser ... ; La preparation pour deuoteme[n]t receuoir le sainct sacrement
Les vespres de la sepmaine, auec complies & hymnes de l'annee.
Notes:
Signatures: ã¹² ẽ¹² ĩ¹² õ¹² ũ¹² [dagger]¹² A-Q¹² a-e¹², ²a-f¹².
Engraved title vignette (signed: Seba. Hure ex.): Christ and the Virgin Mary.
Engraved illustrations (most signed by Sebastian Huré): St. Peter (f. ã2v), St. Matthias (f. ã4v), St. Thaddeus (f. ã6v), St. John (f. ã8r), St. Philip (f. ã9v), St. Paul (f. ã11r), St. James the Greater (f. ã12v), St. Bartholomew (f. e2̃v), St. James the Less (f. ẽ4v), St. Simon (f. ẽ6v), St. Andrew (f. ẽ8v), St. Thomas (f. ẽ10v), St. John (f. õ1r), St. Luke (f. õ2v), St. Matthew (f. õ4v), St. Mark (f. õ6v), the Crucifixion (f. õ11r, repeated f. I5v; unsigned), the Annunciation (f. A1r), the Visitation (f. C6v), the Adoration of the Shepherds (f. D12r), the Circumcision (f. E5v), the Adoration of the Magi (f. E10v), the Presentation of Christ in the Temple (f. F4r), the Flight into Egypt (f. F9v), the Assumption (f. G8r), Pentecost (f. I11v), David's Choice of Punishments (f. K5v), the Raising of Lazarus (f. M7r), Christ and the Holy Spirit with saints (f. a1r), 2 men and 1 woman receiving the Eucharist (f. e6v), and David enthroned with harp (f. ²a1r; signed: Matheus fecit et ex.).
Woodcut initials.
Title and text printed in red and black.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries copy bound with: Coton, Pierre. Oraisons deuotes appropriees a toutes sortes d'exercices & actions chrestiennes. A Paris : Chez Sebastien Huré ..., MDCXVIII [1618].
Penn Libraries copy formerly owned by Lawrence J. Schoenberg, LJS 9.
Penn Libraries copy bound in full contemporary French calf; boards, spine and cover edges tooled in gold; former owner's first name ("ANNE") stamped in gold in central compartment on upper board and last name ("BLAN[/]CHARD") in central compartment on lower board; white paper spine label with ms. shelf mark ("LJS 9").
Penn Libraries copy has printed bookplate with monogram "U P" and ms. shelf-mark ("2288") of a collector in Amsterdam on front pastedown; ms. ownership inscription ("Les presante eure a partie a anne blanchard ceux") on front pastedown; early ms. pen trials on front free endpaper and blank endleaf preceding title leaf; early ms. note in French (signed: "Denis") on back pastedown..
Penn Libraries copy has 28-line French poem (prayer to St. Fiacre), followed by date ("Le xxme Novembre") and autograph("Marie denis marie denis"), all in early ms. on blank leaf following last printed leaf in volume.
Penn Libraries copy: leaf Q12 torn off at head outer corner with minor damage to text; front pastedown wormed; back free endpaper wanting.
Penn Provenance:
Schoenberg, Lawrence J. (donor)
Blanchard, Anne (former owner) (inscription)
Denis, Marie (autograph)
Denis (autograph)
Poiriou(?), Monsieur (inscription)
Penn Chronology:
1619
Contributor:
Beaune, Renaud de, 1527-1606.
Huré, Sébastien, d. 1650, bookseller.
OCLC:
561527462
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