Summaria declaratio bulle indulgentia[rum] sacratissima[rum] / quas su[m]mus po[n]tifex ordinauit debet publicari in Germanie. Dacie. Suecie. Noruegie. Frisie. Prussie. omnibus[que] [et] singulis illaru[m] [pro]uincijs ciuitatib[us] terris et locis etia[m] sacro Roman[o] Imperio in ipsa germania subiectis ac eis adiace[n]tib[us] [pro] expedic[i]one qua[m] inte[n]dit facere [con]tra [per]fidissimos et rabidos Thurcos. Qua[rum] indulgentia[rum] gratia[rum] et facultatu[m]. Idem sum[m]us po[n]tifex dedit co[m]missione[m] Reuere[n]dissimo in [Christo] patri et D[omi]no D[omi]no Raymundo miserac[i]one diuina [et] cum] sancte Marie noue sancte Roman[e] ecc[les]ie [pre]sbytero Cardinali Gurcen[ni] ad dictas [pro]uincias apostolice sedis de latere legato

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Summaria declaratio bulle indulgentia[rum] sacratissima[rum] / quas su[m]mus po[n]tifex ordinauit debet publicari in Germanie. Dacie. Suecie. Noruegie. Frisie. Prussie. omnibus[que] [et] singulis illaru[m] [pro]uincijs ciuitatib[us] terris et locis etia[m] sacro Roman[o] Imperio in ipsa germania subiectis ac eis adiace[n]tib[us] [pro] expedic[i]one qua[m] inte[n]dit facere [con]tra [per]fidissimos et rabidos Thurcos. Qua[rum] indulgentia[rum] gratia[rum] et facultatu[m]. Idem sum[m]us po[n]tifex dedit co[m]missione[m] Reuere[n]dissimo in [Christo] patri et D[omi]no D[omi]no Raymundo miserac[i]one diuina [et] cum] sancte Marie noue sancte Roman[e] ecc[les]ie [pre]sbytero Cardinali Gurcen[ni] ad dictas [pro]uincias apostolice sedis de latere legato

 

 

Name:
Catholic Church. Pope (1492-1503 : Alexander VI) (Author), Pérault, Raimond, 1435-1505 (Commentator for written text), Schöffer, Peter, approximately 1425-approximately 1502 (Printer), Ess, Leander van, 1772-1847 (Former owner)
Title:
Summaria declaratio bulle indulgentia[rum] sacratissima[rum] / quas su[m]mus po[n]tifex ordinauit debet publicari in Germanie. Dacie. Suecie. Noruegie. Frisie. Prussie. omnibus[que] [et] singulis illaru[m] [pro]uincijs ciuitatib[us] terris et locis etia[m] sacro Roman[o] Imperio in ipsa germania subiectis ac eis adiace[n]tib[us] [pro] expedic[i]one qua[m] inte[n]dit facere [con]tra [per]fidissimos et rabidos Thurcos. Qua[rum] indulgentia[rum] gratia[rum] et facultatu[m]. Idem sum[m]us po[n]tifex dedit co[m]missione[m] Reuere[n]dissimo in [Christo] patri et D[omi]no D[omi]no Raymundo miserac[i]one diuina [et] cum] sancte Marie noue sancte Roman[e] ecc[les]ie [pre]sbytero Cardinali Gurcen[ni] ad dictas [pro]uincias apostolice sedis de latere legato
Other Titles:
Summary Declaration of a Bull of Indulgences Against the Turks
Abstract:
Printed by Gutenburg’s associate Peter Schöffer, possibly for one of the more successful indulgence sellers, Raymond Peraudi. The document enumerates a variety of indulgences available for those who would support a crusade against the Ottoman Empire, which at that point reached well into the Balkan Peninsula to the frontier of the Holy Roman Empire and Luther’s Germany.
Collection Name:
Van Ess Collection
Subjects:
Bulls, Papal; Indulgences; Crusade bulls
Format:
pamphlets
Genre:
pamphlets
Place of Origin:
Mainz
Publisher:
[Peter Schöffer]
Date:
[ca. 1500 to 1503]
Physical Description:
[12] leaves ; 27 cm (folio)
Note:
original filename:1900200003Signatures: a¹²Not paginated or foliatedDatum Rome apud sanctum Petrum anno incarnationis dominice Millesimo quinge[n]tesimo tercio Non[as] Octob[ris], pontificatus nostri Anno Nono"--Foot of leaf [a12r])Summary by papal legate Cardinal Raimond Pérault of bull Domini et Salvatoris, issued 5 Oct. 1500Cardinal] Peraudi left Rome on his legatine mission on 26 October (1500) to announce the jubilee and crusading indulgences. He carried with him the crusading bull Domini et salvatoris (dated 5 October, 1500)."--K.M. Setton, The papacy and the Levant, 1204-1571 (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1978), v. 2, p. 531-532Imprint from ISTCBurke Library copy: Imperfect, leaf [a1] (blank?) wantingBurke Library copy: Rubricated throughout. Some annotations
Language:
Latin
Library Location:
Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University
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Catalog Record:
4662747
Digital Project:
Martin Luther at the birth of the modern world
Persistent URL:
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-4vqf-9m46