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The Resource Missale romanum : nouiter i[m]pressum cum annotationibus in margine ad facillime o[mn]ia que in ipso ad alias paginas remittunt i[n]uenienda : et quu[m] alicuius sancti missa i[m]perfecta est : notatus est locus vbi ingri debeat : in super cu[m] figuris festiuitatum ac euangelioru[m] initia exornantibus iuxta materia[m] co[n]tenta[m] diligentissime acco[m]modatis

Missale romanum : nouiter i[m]pressum cum annotationibus in margine ad facillime o[mn]ia que in ipso ad alias paginas remittunt i[n]uenienda : et quu[m] alicuius sancti missa i[m]perfecta est : notatus est locus vbi ingri debeat : in super cu[m] figuris festiuitatum ac euangelioru[m] initia exornantibus iuxta materia[m] co[n]tenta[m] diligentissime acco[m]modatis

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Missale romanum : nouiter i[m]pressum cum annotationibus in margine ad facillime o[mn]ia que in ipso ad alias paginas remittunt i[n]uenienda : et quu[m] alicuius sancti missa i[m]perfecta est : notatus est locus vbi ingri debeat : in super cu[m] figuris festiuitatum ac euangelioru[m] initia exornantibus iuxta materia[m] co[n]tenta[m] diligentissime acco[m]modatis
Title
Missale romanum
Title remainder
nouiter i[m]pressum cum annotationibus in margine ad facillime o[mn]ia que in ipso ad alias paginas remittunt i[n]uenienda : et quu[m] alicuius sancti missa i[m]perfecta est : notatus est locus vbi ingri debeat : in super cu[m] figuris festiuitatum ac euangelioru[m] initia exornantibus iuxta materia[m] co[n]tenta[m] diligentissime acco[m]modatis
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Genre
Language
lat
Summary
Missal or service book, containing the texts needed for the performance of the Mass according to the use of Rome, including liturgical chants, prayers, readings, and ceremonial directions. The missal is arranged by order of the church calendar, beginning with the first Sunday in Advent, and continuing through the church year with Christmas, Epiphany, Ash Wednesday, Lent, Palm Sunday, Holy Week, and Pentecost
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Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
  • no. 138
  • entry 995
  • 4800
  • p. 176, no. 72
  • 13114
Citation source
  • Camerini, P. Annali dei Giunti (Venezia)
  • Weale, W.H.J. Bibliographia liturgica. Catalogus missalium ritus latini, ab anno MCCCCLXXIV impressorum
  • Sander
  • Essling, V.M. Missels imprimé́s à̀ Venise de 1481 à̀ 1600
  • Isaac
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Missale romanum : nouiter i[m]pressum cum annotationibus in margine ad facillime o[mn]ia que in ipso ad alias paginas remittunt i[n]uenienda : et quu[m] alicuius sancti missa i[m]perfecta est : notatus est locus vbi ingri debeat : in super cu[m] figuris festiuitatum ac euangelioru[m] initia exornantibus iuxta materia[m] co[n]tenta[m] diligentissime acco[m]modatis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon: "Accipite optimi sacerdotes missale iuxta more[s] romane ecclesie expletu[m]: solertiq[ue] diligentia reuisu[s] [et] castigatu[m]: jussuq[ue] [et] impensis nobilis viri Lucantonij de Giunta fiorentini: Leonardo Lauretano serenissimo Uenetiarum principe imperante: anno a nat[iuitate] D[omi]ni Mcccccix xj cale[n]das februarij in alma Uenetia[rum] vrbe impressu[s]: [et] deuotis Deu[m] o[mn]ipotente[m] maximu[m] celebrationibus studiosissime (vt debetis) colite: ad cui[us] laude[m] ta[n]to ministerio dignos vos efficere dignat[us] est. Laus Deo."
  • Tables and explanations of Dominical Letters and Golden Numbers on leaves [2]-[3]. Leaves [4]-[11] contain a calendar, arranged by month, of saints days and other important feasts commemorating events in the lives of Christ and the Virgin. Calendar also includes the 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
  • Liturgical music arranged on red four-line staves, with square notation in black, and Latin words
  • Printed in bold gothic type, in two columns, in red and black; capitals, running titles, section headings, and ceremonial directions in red; printed marginal captions
  • Woodcuts: title vignette of a monk kneeling before the Virgin and Child; printer's device on t.p. (the Giunta fleur-de-lis in red, with initials "L.A."; lavishly illustrated with 25 (some repeated) large (13 x 8 cm.) vignettes of scenes from the life of Christ, such as the Annunciation, Nativity, Adoration of the Magi, the Flight into Egypt, Crucifixion, and Ascension, within a compartmentalized border composed of small Biblical scenes, decorative foliated panels, and Bible verses in red; numerous additional smaller woodcuts of varying sizes throughout text, both Biblical scenes and portraits of saints and popes; as well as large portrait initials, and smaller white-on-black ornamental initials
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]8 a-y12
Dimensions
24 cm. (4to)
Extent
[8], 264 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary polished chestnut brown morocco boards; blind-tooled panels of interlacing strapwork and rows of geometric figures; raised bands on spine; two pairs of brass and leather clasps. Contemporary ownership inscription on t.p.; unidentified bookplate on front pastedown of a serpent entwined within two loops (forming the monogram "MS" or "SM"?). In a modern beige cloth and brown leather clamshell box, with velcro closure; gold-stamped box title "Catholic Church. Missal. 1509". Purchase, Maggs Bros., 1984.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts), music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)173666148
  • ucoclc173666148
Label
Missale romanum : nouiter i[m]pressum cum annotationibus in margine ad facillime o[mn]ia que in ipso ad alias paginas remittunt i[n]uenienda : et quu[m] alicuius sancti missa i[m]perfecta est : notatus est locus vbi ingri debeat : in super cu[m] figuris festiuitatum ac euangelioru[m] initia exornantibus iuxta materia[m] co[n]tenta[m] diligentissime acco[m]modatis
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon: "Accipite optimi sacerdotes missale iuxta more[s] romane ecclesie expletu[m]: solertiq[ue] diligentia reuisu[s] [et] castigatu[m]: jussuq[ue] [et] impensis nobilis viri Lucantonij de Giunta fiorentini: Leonardo Lauretano serenissimo Uenetiarum principe imperante: anno a nat[iuitate] D[omi]ni Mcccccix xj cale[n]das februarij in alma Uenetia[rum] vrbe impressu[s]: [et] deuotis Deu[m] o[mn]ipotente[m] maximu[m] celebrationibus studiosissime (vt debetis) colite: ad cui[us] laude[m] ta[n]to ministerio dignos vos efficere dignat[us] est. Laus Deo."
  • Tables and explanations of Dominical Letters and Golden Numbers on leaves [2]-[3]. Leaves [4]-[11] contain a calendar, arranged by month, of saints days and other important feasts commemorating events in the lives of Christ and the Virgin. Calendar also includes the 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
  • Liturgical music arranged on red four-line staves, with square notation in black, and Latin words
  • Printed in bold gothic type, in two columns, in red and black; capitals, running titles, section headings, and ceremonial directions in red; printed marginal captions
  • Woodcuts: title vignette of a monk kneeling before the Virgin and Child; printer's device on t.p. (the Giunta fleur-de-lis in red, with initials "L.A."; lavishly illustrated with 25 (some repeated) large (13 x 8 cm.) vignettes of scenes from the life of Christ, such as the Annunciation, Nativity, Adoration of the Magi, the Flight into Egypt, Crucifixion, and Ascension, within a compartmentalized border composed of small Biblical scenes, decorative foliated panels, and Bible verses in red; numerous additional smaller woodcuts of varying sizes throughout text, both Biblical scenes and portraits of saints and popes; as well as large portrait initials, and smaller white-on-black ornamental initials
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]8 a-y12
Dimensions
24 cm. (4to)
Extent
[8], 264 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary polished chestnut brown morocco boards; blind-tooled panels of interlacing strapwork and rows of geometric figures; raised bands on spine; two pairs of brass and leather clasps. Contemporary ownership inscription on t.p.; unidentified bookplate on front pastedown of a serpent entwined within two loops (forming the monogram "MS" or "SM"?). In a modern beige cloth and brown leather clamshell box, with velcro closure; gold-stamped box title "Catholic Church. Missal. 1509". Purchase, Maggs Bros., 1984.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts), music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)173666148
  • ucoclc173666148

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