Downside Abbey 18274

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Current locationDownside Abbey
Current ShelfmarkDownside Abbey 18274
Summary TitleBernard of Clairvaux, Sermons etc.
Creation Date Start1508
Creation Date End
Creation Date Statement1508
Collation Formula
Pages / Folios
Page: Lines
Volume: Height cm
Width cm
Binding19th century
Secundo folio
IIIF manifest:
Digitised online:
Media FormatPrinted
Downside Abbey 18274

Creation PlaceParis

Creator role:printer Creator:Jean Petit (active 1492-1530)


Associated person:Thomas Swalwell, -1539Role:(owner)

Associated person:Stephen Marley, -1580Role:(owner)

Associated person:Sir Thomas Tempest, 1642-1691Role:(owner (post-dissolution))

Evidence category: ownership Content: liber Th. Swalwell' emptus die II Ianuarii 1512 sed iam stephani morley 1534 Notes: title page

Evidence category: ownership Content: Sir Thomas Tempest Baronet

Contained work:Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermons

Notes:Opus preclarum suos complectens sermones de tempore, de sanctis et super cantica canticorum, aliosque plures eius sermones et sententias nusque hactenus impressas (Paris: industria André Bocard impensis Jean Petit, 1508)

The contents of this book are not clear and there is no accessible catalogue description. Available descriptions seem to conflate two distinct books, the 1508 edition of Bernard of Clairvaux and a 1497 edition of Bernard and Gilbert of Hoyland (which ISTC does not record as at Downside). There does not seem to be a separate edition of Gilbert that could make up a separate part by 1512