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The Resource Missale Romanu[m] : nouiter impressum ordine quodam miro ad facillime omnia inuenienda et misse fere omnes habentur in suis locis complete [et] integre paucis exceptis que in promptu h[ab]eri no[n] possunt [et] adeo vt sacerdos quilibet qua[n]tu[m]cu[m]q[ue] inexpertus absq[ue] alicuius ductu missas omnes immediate [et] absq[ue] p[re]meditatione aliq[uis] inuenire poterit

Missale Romanu[m] : nouiter impressum ordine quodam miro ad facillime omnia inuenienda et misse fere omnes habentur in suis locis complete [et] integre paucis exceptis que in promptu h[ab]eri no[n] possunt [et] adeo vt sacerdos quilibet qua[n]tu[m]cu[m]q[ue] inexpertus absq[ue] alicuius ductu missas omnes immediate [et] absq[ue] p[re]meditatione aliq[uis] inuenire poterit

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Missale Romanu[m] : nouiter impressum ordine quodam miro ad facillime omnia inuenienda et misse fere omnes habentur in suis locis complete [et] integre paucis exceptis que in promptu h[ab]eri no[n] possunt [et] adeo vt sacerdos quilibet qua[n]tu[m]cu[m]q[ue] inexpertus absq[ue] alicuius ductu missas omnes immediate [et] absq[ue] p[re]meditatione aliq[uis] inuenire poterit
Title
Missale Romanu[m]
Title remainder
nouiter impressum ordine quodam miro ad facillime omnia inuenienda et misse fere omnes habentur in suis locis complete [et] integre paucis exceptis que in promptu h[ab]eri no[n] possunt [et] adeo vt sacerdos quilibet qua[n]tu[m]cu[m]q[ue] inexpertus absq[ue] alicuius ductu missas omnes immediate [et] absq[ue] p[re]meditatione aliq[uis] inuenire poterit
Title variation
Missale Romanum
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Member of
Cataloging source
IND
Citation location within source
  • no. 453
  • no. 1088
  • CNCE 11555
  • page ^^
Citation source
  • Camerini, P. Annali dei Giunti
  • Weale, W.H.I. Catalogus missalium riti latini
  • EDIT 16
  • Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • music
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX2015
LC item number
.A2 1541
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Missale Romanu[m] : nouiter impressum ordine quodam miro ad facillime omnia inuenienda et misse fere omnes habentur in suis locis complete [et] integre paucis exceptis que in promptu h[ab]eri no[n] possunt [et] adeo vt sacerdos quilibet qua[n]tu[m]cu[m]q[ue] inexpertus absq[ue] alicuius ductu missas omnes immediate [et] absq[ue] p[re]meditatione aliq[uis] inuenire poterit
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]8 a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-P8
  • Last leaf (leaf P8) is blank
  • Woodcuts: title page within compartmentalized title border of cherubs and leaves; title vignette of a mermaid with bifurcated fish tail in upper portion, the Giunta fleur-de-lis device in lower portion, printed in red, with printer's initials "L.A.;" illustrated with 14 full-page woodcuts of scenes from the life of Christ and the church calendar, including the Annunciation (1 repeat), Nativity, Visitation of the Magi, Crucifixion, Ascension, Pentecost, Assumption of the Virgin, Christ preaching to his disciples on the Sea of Galilee, ceremonies of Communion and Office of the Dead, and portraits of St. Francis and Saints Peter and Paul; numerous smaller Biblical illustrations throughout text
  • Leaves [1]v-[12]r contain a calendar of saints days and other important feasts commemorating events in the lives of Christ and the Virgin, as well as Dominical Letters (for computing Sundays), Golden Numbers (for identifying new moons, and computing full moons), and designation of each day according to the ancient Roman calendrical system. A full page is devoted to each month, with dates and captions printed in red and black
  • Liturgical music for the church year is arranged throughout text on four-line staves in red, with square notation in black, and Latin words
  • Title-page in red and black; text printed in bold gothic type, in two columns, in red and black; capitals, running titles, section headings, ceremonial directions, and colophon in red
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
[8], 317 [i.e. 327], [1] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in 19th-century [?] dark brown calf over beveled wooden boards; blind-ruled outer panel on upper and lower boards enclosing middle panel, the borders of which are small blind-stamped square compartments holding leafy arabesques; and diced inner panel, with diamond-shaped compartments holding small floral ornaments; date of "1541" blind-stamped in two compartments of middle panel; gold-stamped spine title "Missale Romanum. Florent. 1541;" marbled endpapers; gilt gauffered edges. Ownership inscription on verso of front endleaf "W. Maskell" in a 19th-century hand; the Rev. William Maskell was a high-ranking English ecclesiastical antiquary, scholar of the history of the Anglican ritual, and collector of medieval service books (see the extensive biographical sketch in the Dictionary of national biography, 1885-1900, volume 36). Large architectural gift bookplate on front pastedown of the library of the Jewish Institute of Religion identifying donation of Emanuel Hertz in memory of his father Simon Hertz. Purchase, Kenneth Karmiole, 1996.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts), music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)52533357
  • ucoclc52533357
Label
Missale Romanu[m] : nouiter impressum ordine quodam miro ad facillime omnia inuenienda et misse fere omnes habentur in suis locis complete [et] integre paucis exceptis que in promptu h[ab]eri no[n] possunt [et] adeo vt sacerdos quilibet qua[n]tu[m]cu[m]q[ue] inexpertus absq[ue] alicuius ductu missas omnes immediate [et] absq[ue] p[re]meditatione aliq[uis] inuenire poterit
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]8 a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-P8
  • Last leaf (leaf P8) is blank
  • Woodcuts: title page within compartmentalized title border of cherubs and leaves; title vignette of a mermaid with bifurcated fish tail in upper portion, the Giunta fleur-de-lis device in lower portion, printed in red, with printer's initials "L.A.;" illustrated with 14 full-page woodcuts of scenes from the life of Christ and the church calendar, including the Annunciation (1 repeat), Nativity, Visitation of the Magi, Crucifixion, Ascension, Pentecost, Assumption of the Virgin, Christ preaching to his disciples on the Sea of Galilee, ceremonies of Communion and Office of the Dead, and portraits of St. Francis and Saints Peter and Paul; numerous smaller Biblical illustrations throughout text
  • Leaves [1]v-[12]r contain a calendar of saints days and other important feasts commemorating events in the lives of Christ and the Virgin, as well as Dominical Letters (for computing Sundays), Golden Numbers (for identifying new moons, and computing full moons), and designation of each day according to the ancient Roman calendrical system. A full page is devoted to each month, with dates and captions printed in red and black
  • Liturgical music for the church year is arranged throughout text on four-line staves in red, with square notation in black, and Latin words
  • Title-page in red and black; text printed in bold gothic type, in two columns, in red and black; capitals, running titles, section headings, ceremonial directions, and colophon in red
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
[8], 317 [i.e. 327], [1] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in 19th-century [?] dark brown calf over beveled wooden boards; blind-ruled outer panel on upper and lower boards enclosing middle panel, the borders of which are small blind-stamped square compartments holding leafy arabesques; and diced inner panel, with diamond-shaped compartments holding small floral ornaments; date of "1541" blind-stamped in two compartments of middle panel; gold-stamped spine title "Missale Romanum. Florent. 1541;" marbled endpapers; gilt gauffered edges. Ownership inscription on verso of front endleaf "W. Maskell" in a 19th-century hand; the Rev. William Maskell was a high-ranking English ecclesiastical antiquary, scholar of the history of the Anglican ritual, and collector of medieval service books (see the extensive biographical sketch in the Dictionary of national biography, 1885-1900, volume 36). Large architectural gift bookplate on front pastedown of the library of the Jewish Institute of Religion identifying donation of Emanuel Hertz in memory of his father Simon Hertz. Purchase, Kenneth Karmiole, 1996.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts), music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)52533357
  • ucoclc52533357

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