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1Title:  Mémoire sur quelques chanceliers de l'église de Chartres   
 Creator:  Hauréau, B. (Barthélemy), 1812-1896 
 Publication:  Inst. de France, Paris, 1884. 
 Notes:  Read in 1872, 1882 and 1883. Bibliographical foot-notes. 
 Extent:  p.[63]-122 ; 27 cm. 
 Subjects:  Cathédrale de Chartres | Christian biography

 
Collection:  American Philosophical Society 
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2Title:  Mémoire sur quelques chanceliers de l'église de Chartres   
 Creator:  Hauréau, B. Barthélemy, 1812-1896 
 Notes:  Read in 1872, 1882 and 1883. Includes bibliographical references. 
 Subjects:  Cathédrale de Chartres | Christian biography

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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3Title:  La vie de S. Bernard, premier abbé de Clairuaux, et pere de l'Eglise: diuisée en six liures, dont les trois premiers sont traduits du latin de trois celebres abbez de son temps, & contiennent l'histoire de sa vie : et les trois derniers sont tirez de ses ouurages, & representent son esprit & sa conduitte   
 Creator:  Le Maistre, Antoine, 1608-1658 | Williamof Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry, approximately 1085-1148? | ArnaldusAbbot of Bonneval, -approximately 1156 | Geoffreyof Auxerre, 12th cent | Vitré, Antoine, approximately 1595-1674 | Durand, Martinveuve | Deumeurant, Lareien | McCormick Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church | McCormick Theological Seminary | McCormick Theological Seminary Collection (Newberry Library) 
 Publication:  Chez Antoine Vitré, imprimeur ordinaire du Roy ... et chez la veuue Martin Durand, A Paris, 1649. 
 Notes:  "Auec priuilege de sa Majesté, & approbation des docteurs." "Approbation des docteurs" identifies the author as "le Sieur Lamy," a pseudonym of Antoine Lemaistre. Cf. Barbier, A.A. Ouvrages anonymes, IV, column 961. Livres 1-3 are translated from the Latin of Guillaume abbé de S. Thierry, Bernard abbé de Bonneval, and Geoffroy de Clairvaux. Signatures: ã⁸ ẽ⁸ A-2V⁸ X⁴. Numerous errors in pagination. Title vignette; initials; head- and tail-pieces; notes and references in margins. Includes bibliographical references. 
 Extent:  [32], 580 [i.e. 680], [16] p. ; 18 cm. (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Bernard, -- of Clairvaux, Saint, -- 1090 or 1091-1153 | Christian saints -- France -- Biography -- Early works to 1800 | Monks -- France -- Biography -- Early works to 1800 | France 1649 Imprints

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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4Title:  Three treatises on man: a Cistercian anthropology   
 Creator:  McGinn, Bernard, 1937- | Guillaumede Saint-Thierry, 1085 (ca.)-1148? | Isaacof Stella, -1169 | Alcherusof Claivaux, 12th cent 
 Publication:  Cistercian Publications, Kalamazoo, Mich, 1977. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Extent:  vii, [295] p. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Theological anthropology -- Christianity

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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5Title:  La théologie mystique de saint Bernard   
 Creator:  Gilson, Etienne, 1884-1978 
 Publication:  J. Vrin, Paris, 1934. 
 Notes:  Lectures delivered in 1933 at University college of Wales, Aberystwith. cf. Préf. "Appendices autour de saint Bernard" (p. [179]-232): Curiositas. Abélard. Bérenger le scolastique. Saint Bernard et l'amour courtois. Notes sur Guillaume de Saint-Thierry. "Bibliographie": p. [233]-237. 
 Extent:  247 p., 1 l. incl. pl. 25 cm. 
 Subjects:  Bernard, -- of Clairvaux, Saint, -- 1090 or 1091-1153 | Mysticism -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500 | Courtly love | Abelard, Peter, -- 1079-1142 | Bérenger, Pierre, -- 12th century | William, -- of Saint-Theirry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry, -- ca. 1085-1148?

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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6Title:  An introduction to the medieval mystics of Europe: fourteen original essays   
 Creator:  Szarmach, Paul E. 
 Publication:  State University of New York Press, Albany, c1984. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographies. 
 Extent:  vi, 376 p. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Mysticism -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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7Title:  Vita S. Bernardi, etc   
 Creator:  Williamof Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry, ca. 1085-1148? | Geoffreyof Auxerre, 12th cent 
 Publication:  Flanders (?), [between 1500 and 1550] 
 Notes:  Manuscript on paper of The Life of Saint Bernard (Vita I, recensio A). Book I by William of Saint-Thierry; epilogue to Book I by Burchard of Balerna; Book II by Arnold, abbot of Bonneval; and Books III-V by Geoffrey of Clairvaux. Watermarks: similar in design to Briquet Main 11423-29. Script: Written by the scribe Valerius de Meyen (d. 1556) in neat gothic bookhand exhibiting batarde influence. Decorative initials, divided red and blue, 5- to 4-line, at the beginning of each book. Plain German initials in red throughout. Initial strokes, headings, corrections, in red. At least two hands responsible for rubrications; portions of red initials are oxidizing. Binding: Nineteenth century. Black, hard-grained goatskin, blind-tooled. 
 Extent:  ff. ii + 104 + i : paper ; 273 x 197 (201 x 140) mm. 
 Subjects:  Bernard, -- of Clairvaux, Saint, -- 1090 or 1091-1153 | William, -- of Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry, -- ca. 1085-1148? | Cistercians | Devotional literature, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Manuscripts, Medieval -- Connecticut -- New Haven | Manuscripts, Renaissance Flanders (France) 16th century | Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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8Title:  Sermons, etc   
 Creator:  Bernardof Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 1091-1153 | Alexanderde Villa Dei | Bernardof Cluny, active 12th century | Williamof Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry, ca. 1085-1148? 
 Publication:  Germany, [between 1450 and 1500] 
 Notes:  Manuscript on paper, with parchment for outer and inner conjugate leaves of each quire, composed of four "booklets" or units of similar format. Part I: 1) William of St. Thierry, Epistola ad fratres de monte Dei, formerly attributed to Guigo and Bernard of Clairvaux. Part II: 2) Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermo in festo annuntiationis B. V. Mariae. 3) Bernard of Cluny [?], Sermo de villico iniquitatis, formerly attributed to Bernard of Clairvaux. 4) Bernard of Cluny, Preface to art. 3. Part III: 5) Bernard of Clairvaux, De gradibus humilitatis et superbiae. 6) Jean, l'Homme de Dieu, Tractatus de ordine vitae et morum institutione, formerly attributed to Bernard of Clairvaux. Part IV: 7) Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermo I pro Dom. VI post Pentecosten. 8) Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermo II pro Dom. VI post Pentecosten. 9) Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermo II pro Dom. VI post Pentecosten. 10) Anonymous sermon on the Virgin Mary. 11) Nicholas of Clairvaux, Sermo in natali S. Benedicti de euangelio. 12) Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermo in obitu Domini Humberti. Watermarks: Part I: unidentified P in gutter. Parts II-IV: similar in design to Briquet Lettre Y 9182-84. Script: Part I (ff. 1-34): Written by a single scribe in well formed upright gothic script exhibiting batarde influence in the long descenders. Part II (ff. 35-46): Written in a script similar to that of Part I, but with less batarde shading. Part III (ff. 47-82): Written possibly by the same scribe as Part II. Part IV (ff. 83-99): Written in small cramped gothic script similar to those in I-III. Part I: Carefully executed red and blue divided initial, 8-line, on f. 1r; infilled and surrounded by delicate foliage designs in red and purple ink, on a green ground, with flourishes extending down inner border. Similar initial, f. 1v, without green ground and with blue scroll design for crossbar. Headings, paragraph marks, initial strokes, underlining, and Nota marks in red. Part II: Fine initial, 8-line, on f. 35r, divided red and blue, infilled and surrounded by six foliage designs in red penwork on green ground, with a central flower of six petals touched with yellow. Plain blue initial, 3-line, on f. 39v, with some floral designs in body in natural color of paper; red initials, 2-line, ff. 40r and 45v. Headings, initial strokes, underlining and corrections, in red. Paragraph marks in red or blue. Guide-letters for rubricator. Part III: Divided initial I, red and blue, 10-line, on f. 47r, with red and purple foliage designs on green ground surrounding initial, and with flourishes extending down inner margin. Blue initial, 4-line, on f. 68v, infilled and surrounded by penwork designs in red. Plain initials, 2-line, headings, initial strokes, paragraph marks, corrections, and some marginal notes, in red. Guide-letters and instructions for rubricator. Part IV: Blue initial, 5-line, on f. 83v, with interior floral designs in natural color of parchment; body infilled and surrounded by red penwork designs extending down inner margin. Initials, 5- to 2-line, headings, paragraph marks, in red. Binding: 16th-17th centuries (?). Original sewing on four tawed, slit straps, the spine rounded and the supports prominent and defined. Plain, wound endbands on vegetable fiber cores, the covering leather saddle-stitched around them. Covered in dark brown calf with round and lozenge-shaped tools in diamonds and triangles formed by intersecting fillets in a central panel in a double outer frame. One fastening, the catch on the upper board and the strap wanting. Turk's head knot placemarks on the fore edge. Rectangular label removed from upper edge of front cover; two modern brown labels, stamped in gold, on spine: "Bernardi Varia" and "M. S." Original front pastedown: lower portion of a parchment bifolium (Germany, 15th century) of the Doctrinale of Alexander of Villa Dei with lines 1056-79 visible on verso and 1520-44 on recto. Ca. 5 mm. between lines of text. Binding restored. 
 Extent:  ff. ii + 99 + ii : paper ; ca. 213 x 142 (156 x 98) mm. 
 Subjects:  Bernard, -- of Clairvaux, Saint, -- 1090 or 1091-1153 | Catholic Church -- Sermons | Cistercians | Didactic literature, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval | Manuscripts, Medieval -- Connecticut -- New Haven | Monasticism and religious orders | Sermons -- Early works to 1800 | Theology -- Early works to 1800 | Manuscripts, Medieval Germany 15th century | Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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9Title:  Vie de saint-Bernard, abbe de Clairvaux   
 Alt. Title:  Vita sancti Bernardi claraevallensis abbatis   
 Creator:  Williamof Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry, approximately 1085-1148? | ArnaldusAbbot of Bonneval, -approximately 1156 | Geoffreyof Auxerre, 12th cent 
 Notes:  "Le premier livre ... est l'ouvrage de Guillaume, abbé de Saint-Thierri de Rheims ... Arnauld ou Ernauld, abbé de Bonneval ... continua, après la mort de saint-Bernard, ce que Guillaume n'avait pu achever; le second livre lui appartient ... Enfin Geoffroi, moine de Clairvaux ... compléte la narration en y ajoutant trois livres."--P. 141. 
 Subjects:  Bernard, -- of Clairvaux, Saint, -- 1090 or 1091-1153

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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10Title:  Liber floru[m] beati bernardi abbatis clareualle[n]sis   
 Alt. Title:  Floretus   
 Creator:  Bernardof Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 1091-1153 | Williamof Saint-Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry, approximately 1085-1148? | Pigouchet, Philippe, active 15th century-16th century 
 Publication:  Philippe Pigouchet, Paris], 1099 [i.e. 1499] 
 Notes:  The attribution to Saint Bernard is false. Cf. Liber floretus : herausgegeben nach der Hs. Utrecht, U.B. 283 [von] Árpád Orbán. c1978, p. vii-viii. Hain attributes this work to Guilelmus Tornacensis (William of Saint-Thierry) who is generally considered the compiler, according to BM 15th cent. Colophon: Impensis vero co[m]mumbus eiusdem et Dura[n]di gerleri alme vniuersitatis parisiensis librariorum. Anno salutis nostre. 1099. xij. calendas Dece[m]bris. Printed in 1499 Cf. Hain, BM 15th cent., GW, and Goff. Printer's device with woodcut of "a wodewose [i.e. wild man] and his mate supporting between them a shield, with the monogram pp surmounted by a maltese cross and streamer, suspended by a strap from a tree bearing fruit like pineapples." Cf. BM 15th cent., v. 8, p. 111. Signatures: A⁸ b-o⁸ p⁴. Each book is preceded by its own table of contents. Printed in double columns, 50 lines per column; types 76 G, 55 G. Leaves [1] and [2] at end are blank. "Tabula alphabetica" leaves [4]-[6] at end. 
 Extent:  cx, [6] leaves ; 18 cm. (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Christian poetry, Latin (Medieval and modern) | Middle Ages -- Poetry | Incunabula France Paris 1499 | France 1499 Imprints

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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