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Gregory I, Pope, approximately 540-604



  • Existence: c 0540 - c 0604

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

De indulgentiis orationum by Pope Gregory, early 16th century

Identifier: MS 114/ff. 43v-51v
Scope and Contents

This section contains De indulgentiis orationum by Pope Gregory, satrting on f. 43v with the words 'Nota quod frater Johannes Capet ordinis minorum' and ending on f. 51v with 'Reverendissimus pater generalis familie ultramontane Azanus fratrum minorum de observantia.'

Dates: early 16th century

Dialogi de Miraculis Sanctorum Patrum by Gregory I, also known as Dialogi, 12th century

Identifier: MS 101
Contents This manuscript contains the Dialogi (Dialogues) by pope Gregory I (c. 540–604), also known as Saint Gregory the Great. He was an influential statesman and prolific religious writer, considered doctor and father of the Church, and revered as saint by several Christian traditions. The Dialogi are a collection of miracles and astounding deeds done by saints and other holy people. The text is...
Dates: 12th century

Seven prayers of Saint Gregory on the Passion of the Lord (with Indulgence), followed by an addition by Pope Julius II and other prayers, early 16th century

Identifier: MS 11/ff. 60r-63r
Contents The prayers are preceded by the rubric Summa indulgentiarum orationum sequencium prout patet supra folio 41 est centum milia et sexaginta quattuor milia annorum indulgentie et octingenti anni. According to the rubric, this sequence of prayers is meant to grant several thousands years of indulgence to anyone who recites it regularly; there is also a reference to another text contained in the manuscript, the De indulgentiis...
Dates: early 16th century