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The Pricke of Conscience and the Seven Penitential Psalms in English verse. IE TCD MS 156 Public Deposited

The Pricke of Conscience and the Seven Penitential Psalms in English verse. IE TCD MS 156

Alternative title
  • Seven Penitential Psalms
  • Prick of Conscience
Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • IE TCD MS 156
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
Publisher location
  • England
Date Created
  • between approximately 1430-1469
Physical extent
  • 141 folios
  • 200mm x 140mm
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Abstract
  • IE TCD MS 156, The Pricke of Conscience, and the Seven Penitential Psalms in English verse. Almost entirely in English but with Latin quotations which are distinguished from the rest of the text by their formal gothic script and by their rubricated initials. Folios 2-136v: Ps. Ricardus Rolle [Richard Rolle], Pricke of Conscience (ed. R. Morris, Berlin 1863; H.E. Allen, 'Writings Ascribed to Richard Rolle', Modern Language Association of America Monographs 3, (New York, 1927), 372-397, with an account of IE TCD MS 75 on pp. 381-382; C. Brown and R.H. Robbins, 'The Index of Middle English Verse', (New York, 1943), number 3428, R.H. Robbins and J.L. Cutler, 'Supplement to the Index of Middle English Verse', (Lexington, Kentucky, 1965), number 3428), beginning illegible due to gall-stain. Folios 136v-141v: Ricardus Maydestone [Richard Maidstone], Penitential Psalms in an English version (ed. F.S. Ellis, Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press 1894; C. Brown and R.H. Robbins, 'The Index of Middle English Verse', (New York, 1943), no. 1961; R.H. Robbins and J.L. Cutler, 'Supplement to the Index of Middle English Verse', (Lexington, Kentucky, 1965), no. 1961; L. Muir in 'A Manual of the Writings in Middle English 1050-1500', 2, (New Haven, Connecticut, 1970), 540), ends imperfect: Incipit opus translacionis viitem psalmorum penitencialium de Latino in Anglicum ad ampliandam deuocionem simplicium literas Latinas unicus (!, for minus) bene intelligencium. Domine ne in furore tuo arguas me (Ps. 6.2) - lumen oculorum meorum et ipsum non est mecum (Ps. 37.11). My hert in me itrowblilyt it is. Each Latin verse is followed by a translation.
Note
  • Former shelfmarks: Lyon: D.4.8 ; Bernard: 444 ; Foley: [G.5] ; c1670: [C.1.36]
  • In Middle English, with Latin quotations.
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  • For IE TCD MS 156 see Valerie Edden, 'Richard Maidstone's Penitential Psalms' in 'Middle English Texts' 22, (Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universit�atsverlag, 1990) [R. Copsey 22 September 1997], IE TCD MS 156 mentioned on page 18. Edden bases her edition on Bodleian Rawinson A.389 but cites IE TCD MS 156 in her critical apparatus, esp. 18 and 22. W. O'Sullivan, The Irish remnaunt of John Bale's manuscripts, in New Science out of Old Books, Manuscripts and Early Printed Books: Essays Presented to A.I. Doyle, ed. R. Beadle and A.J. Piper, (Aldershot, 1995), 156. See also IE TCD MS 157 and 158.
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  • This digitisation work was made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
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  • ink
  • colored ink
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  • parchment (animal material)
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  • b203920211

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