Speculum animae peccatricis

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Accession number: 
PML 128540.1
Published: 
Cologne : Heinrich Quentell, about 1494.
Description: 
(4to)
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Sometimes falsely attributed to Dionysius Carthusiensis, the Speculum is now attributed either to Jacobus de Gruytrode (cf. Bloomfield) or to Jacobus de Clusa (cf. L. Meier, Die Werke des Erfurter Karthäusers Jakob von Jüterbog, Münster, 1955) (CIBN). Jacobus de Clusa also recorded as Jacobus de Jüterbog or de Paradiso (Verfasserlexikon 2, Bd 4 col.478ff)

Binding: 
Contemporary Austrian blind-stamped pigskin, bound in Salzburg, with tools assigned to the Benedictine monastery of St. Peter (Salzburg St. Peter IV), EBDB w002790, in the Einbanddatenbank online (consulted on October 27, 2009).
Provenance: 
From the library of Helmut N. Friedlaender, with his book label.
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