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The Resource Breuiarium iuxta ritus ordinis Cisterciensium : cui ad ea que in priori erant excusione addita sunt hec : tabella anno[rum] co[mmun]ium [et] bisextilius ratio epactilis : co[m]memoratio[n]es co[mmun]es [et] p[ro]prie que fiunt per anni circulus suffragia nostre d[omi]ne : [et] in fine officiu[m] S. Lucie : additu[m] est etia[m] nuper officium no[str]is Jesu : omniaq[ue] dilige[n]tissime emendata

Breuiarium iuxta ritus ordinis Cisterciensium : cui ad ea que in priori erant excusione addita sunt hec : tabella anno[rum] co[mmun]ium [et] bisextilius ratio epactilis : co[m]memoratio[n]es co[mmun]es [et] p[ro]prie que fiunt per anni circulus suffragia nostre d[omi]ne : [et] in fine officiu[m] S. Lucie : additu[m] est etia[m] nuper officium no[str]is Jesu : omniaq[ue] dilige[n]tissime emendata

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Breuiarium iuxta ritus ordinis Cisterciensium : cui ad ea que in priori erant excusione addita sunt hec : tabella anno[rum] co[mmun]ium [et] bisextilius ratio epactilis : co[m]memoratio[n]es co[mmun]es [et] p[ro]prie que fiunt per anni circulus suffragia nostre d[omi]ne : [et] in fine officiu[m] S. Lucie : additu[m] est etia[m] nuper officium no[str]is Jesu : omniaq[ue] dilige[n]tissime emendata
Title
Breuiarium iuxta ritus ordinis Cisterciensium
Title remainder
cui ad ea que in priori erant excusione addita sunt hec : tabella anno[rum] co[mmun]ium [et] bisextilius ratio epactilis : co[m]memoratio[n]es co[mmun]es [et] p[ro]prie que fiunt per anni circulus suffragia nostre d[omi]ne : [et] in fine officiu[m] S. Lucie : additu[m] est etia[m] nuper officium no[str]is Jesu : omniaq[ue] dilige[n]tissime emendata
Title variation
Breviarium iuxta ritus ordinis Cisterciensium
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Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
Breviary, containing music, prayers and offices as used by the Cistercians. Includes the customary calendar of saints' days for each month, with Golden Numbers (which indicate the appearances of the phases of the moon), and Dominical Letters (for calculating Sundays throughout the year); various calendrical tables for dating church year celebrations; books of psalms and hymns; prayers and devotions for each Sunday throughout the church year, beginning with the first Sunday in Advent; services for celebrating saints' days, arranged by month; prayers for various occasions such as the dedication of a church, exorcisms, taking of vows by members of the Order; the Office of the Dead; Hours of the Virgin; and special masses. Appended at the end are eight leaves containing "Officium in celebritate nominis Jesu"
Member of
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
  • 459
  • 1294b
  • no. 1031
  • 1363
  • p. 152-153
Citation source
  • Camerini, P. Annali dei Giunti
  • Sander
  • Essling, V.M. Livres à figures vénitiens
  • Bohatta, H. Bibl. der Breviere
  • De Marinis, T. Italienischen Renaissance-Einbände der Bibliothek Fürstenberg
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • music
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Breuiarium iuxta ritus ordinis Cisterciensium : cui ad ea que in priori erant excusione addita sunt hec : tabella anno[rum] co[mmun]ium [et] bisextilius ratio epactilis : co[m]memoratio[n]es co[mmun]es [et] p[ro]prie que fiunt per anni circulus suffragia nostre d[omi]ne : [et] in fine officiu[m] S. Lucie : additu[m] est etia[m] nuper officium no[str]is Jesu : omniaq[ue] dilige[n]tissime emendata
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]-2[maltese cross]8 3[maltese cross]12 a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 2a-2t8 2v12 2x-2z8 2[et]8 2[con]8 2[rum]8 A-F8 [cross]8
  • Woodcuts: title vignette portrait (58 x 80 mm.) of a seated Virgin and Child inspiring Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, the Cistercians great leader, who writes at his desk; 18 full-page illustrations (one repeated), with elaborate historiated or foliated borders, at the beginning of each section, including portraits of King David, Saints Etienne, Bernard, Peter, and Paul, and scenes from the life of Jesus and the Virgin; first page of text for each section bordered on two sides with seven small illustrated panels, containing Biblical scenes, or portraits of saints; 181 small vignettes (32 x 21 mm.) of saints and Biblical scenes throughout text; printer's device in red on t.p. (a small Giunta lily, with printer's monogram "LA"); ornamental initials
  • Title-page in red and black in gothic type; text printed in red and black gothic type throughout, in two columns; capitals, captions, and running titles in red; printed marginal references; printed music (square notation in black on 4-line staves in red)
  • Includes index
Dimensions
18 cm. (4to)
Extent
[28], 472 [i.e. 460], [8] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: dark red morocco Venetian or Roman fanfare binding ca. 1585-1600; interlacing ribbons form a central oval medallion, flanked by two semi-circular compartments, and two irregularly shaped compartments above and below these; center medallions feature an armorial design of two stars and two checkered sections, probably the arms of the owner, and the figure of a saint holding a palm branch--probably the Cistercians' St. Bernard--on upper and lower boards, respectively; owner's name, "Suora Lisabetta Ridolfini", stamped in gold around center medallions; other compartments filled with elaborate gilt stampings of arabesques, leaves, birds, angels, and putti; raised bands on spine; elaborate gilt-stamped spine panels; gilt and gauffered edges (cf. photograph in De Marinis). Purple and gold bookplate stamped "Ex Musaeo Hans Fürstenberg". Red paper exhibition label indicates that the breviary was part of an exhibit of 124 early Italian bindings from the collection of banker and bibliophile, Hans Fürstenberg (1890-1982), on display at the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire in Geneva in May-June 1966; cf. The book collector 15 (1966): 327. In burgundy cloth phase box, and matching burgundy leather and marbled paper slipcase, with gold-stamped spine title "Catholic Church. Breviarium Ordinis Cisterciensium. Giunta 1542." Purchase, Martin Breslauer, 1983.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts), music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)159959546
  • ucoclc159959546
Label
Breuiarium iuxta ritus ordinis Cisterciensium : cui ad ea que in priori erant excusione addita sunt hec : tabella anno[rum] co[mmun]ium [et] bisextilius ratio epactilis : co[m]memoratio[n]es co[mmun]es [et] p[ro]prie que fiunt per anni circulus suffragia nostre d[omi]ne : [et] in fine officiu[m] S. Lucie : additu[m] est etia[m] nuper officium no[str]is Jesu : omniaq[ue] dilige[n]tissime emendata
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]-2[maltese cross]8 3[maltese cross]12 a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 2a-2t8 2v12 2x-2z8 2[et]8 2[con]8 2[rum]8 A-F8 [cross]8
  • Woodcuts: title vignette portrait (58 x 80 mm.) of a seated Virgin and Child inspiring Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, the Cistercians great leader, who writes at his desk; 18 full-page illustrations (one repeated), with elaborate historiated or foliated borders, at the beginning of each section, including portraits of King David, Saints Etienne, Bernard, Peter, and Paul, and scenes from the life of Jesus and the Virgin; first page of text for each section bordered on two sides with seven small illustrated panels, containing Biblical scenes, or portraits of saints; 181 small vignettes (32 x 21 mm.) of saints and Biblical scenes throughout text; printer's device in red on t.p. (a small Giunta lily, with printer's monogram "LA"); ornamental initials
  • Title-page in red and black in gothic type; text printed in red and black gothic type throughout, in two columns; capitals, captions, and running titles in red; printed marginal references; printed music (square notation in black on 4-line staves in red)
  • Includes index
Dimensions
18 cm. (4to)
Extent
[28], 472 [i.e. 460], [8] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: dark red morocco Venetian or Roman fanfare binding ca. 1585-1600; interlacing ribbons form a central oval medallion, flanked by two semi-circular compartments, and two irregularly shaped compartments above and below these; center medallions feature an armorial design of two stars and two checkered sections, probably the arms of the owner, and the figure of a saint holding a palm branch--probably the Cistercians' St. Bernard--on upper and lower boards, respectively; owner's name, "Suora Lisabetta Ridolfini", stamped in gold around center medallions; other compartments filled with elaborate gilt stampings of arabesques, leaves, birds, angels, and putti; raised bands on spine; elaborate gilt-stamped spine panels; gilt and gauffered edges (cf. photograph in De Marinis). Purple and gold bookplate stamped "Ex Musaeo Hans Fürstenberg". Red paper exhibition label indicates that the breviary was part of an exhibit of 124 early Italian bindings from the collection of banker and bibliophile, Hans Fürstenberg (1890-1982), on display at the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire in Geneva in May-June 1966; cf. The book collector 15 (1966): 327. In burgundy cloth phase box, and matching burgundy leather and marbled paper slipcase, with gold-stamped spine title "Catholic Church. Breviarium Ordinis Cisterciensium. Giunta 1542." Purchase, Martin Breslauer, 1983.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts), music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)159959546
  • ucoclc159959546

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