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Jesus Christ -- Passion

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Use for: Passion of Christ

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Exercium de passione domini, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 110/ff. 138r-148v
Contents This section contains an unidentified text on the Passion of Christ. It starts on f. 138r with the words Legitur in Deuteronomio quod Moyses and ends on f. 148v with querendus est dominus noster jhesu christus qui cum patre et spiritu sancto vivit et regnat deus per omnia sec. sec. Amen. Explicit exercicium devotum de passione domini. Writing This section is written in a...
Dates: 15th century

Expositio passionis dominicae by Henry of Freimar , 15th century

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Identifier: MS 110/ff. 89v-107r
Contents This section contains an exposition on the Passion of Christ. It is attributed to Henry of Freimar, a German Augustinian theologian writing in the 14th century. In the manuscript, this exposition is titled Explanacio Magistri Henrici de Vrimaria sacre theologie professoris in passionem Domini secundum narracionem omnium ewangelistarum.It begins on f. 89v with the words Quia nichil est utilius nichil salubrius. It...
Dates: 15th century

Sermon on the Passion of Christ, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 99/ff. 97v-136v
Contents

This section of the manuscript contains a sermon on the Passion of Christ.


The text starts on f. 97r with the following words: Justus perit et nemo est qui recogitet. And ends on f. 136r with the following words: factum fait die sabbati et sic est finis.

Dates: 15th 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

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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

Tractatus de passione domini by Bernard of Clairvaux

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Identifier: MS 113/ff. 79r-103r
Scope and Contents

This section contains 'Tractatus beati Bernhardi de passione domini', 'Treatise on the Passion of the Christ by Bernard of Clairvaux'. Starts with 'Jhesu benigne vitis vera', and ends with 'ymaginem reformemur. Amen. Explicit tractatus beati Bernhardi abbatis de passione domini nostri.

Dates: c 1444-1445