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Chronicon Windeshemense (second redaction); Brussels, Société des Bollandistes, Bibliotheca Bollandiana, ms. 438

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MeMO text carrier ID 278
Name Chronicon Windeshemense (second redaction); Brussels, Société des Bollandistes, Bibliotheca Bollandiana, ms. 438
[1046] Liber de viris illustribus - 107
[1047] Liber de origine moderne devocionis 107 -
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Type of text carrier Manuscript with more than one text
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Short description 15th century parchment manuscript, containing the second redaction of Johannes Busch's Chronicon Windeshemense.
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Holding institution Brussels, Société des Bollandistes
Collection Bibliotheca Bollandiana
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Identifier in collection 438
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  • >1400-<1500
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  • Johannes Busch
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Specification Although the table of contents mentions the Epistola de vita et passione Domini nostri, this Epistola (usually the second part of the second redaction of the Chronicon Windeshemense) has not been included in this manuscript (q.v. Hedlund 1975, 68).
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  • Grube, K., Des Augustiner Propstes Iohannes Busch Chronicon Windeshemense und Liber de reformatione monasteriorum (Halle 1886), 1-226, 245-375
  • Rosweyde, H., Chronicon Canonicorum Regularium ordinis S. Augustini Capituli Windesemensis auctore Ioanne Buschio Can. Reg. Accedit chronicon Montis S. Agnetis auctore Thoma á Kempis Can. Reg. (Antwerpen 1621), 1-636
Additional remarks
  • Acquoy, J.G.R., Het klooster te Windesheim en zijn invloed 1 (Utrecht 1875), 312-320
  • Acquoy, J.G.R., Het klooster te Windesheim en zijn invloed 2 (Utrecht 1875), 212
  • Alberts, W.J., Zur Historiographie der Devotio Moderna und ihrer Erforschung, Westfälische Forschungen 11 (1958), 51-67, 59, 160
  • Axters, S., Geschiedenis van de vroomheid in de Nederlanden III: De Moderne Devotie 1380-1550 (Antwerpen 1953), 119-120, 150
  • Axters, S., La spritualité des Pays-Bas (Paris 1948); No. 116
  • Bange, P., De hervorming van de Saksische vrouwenkloosters als verhaald door Johannes Busch in boek II van zijn Liber de Reformatione Monasteriorum, in: Hendrikman, A.J., Windesheim 1395-1995. Kloosters, teksten, invloeden. Voordrachten gehouden tijdens het internationale congres '600 jaar Kapittel van Windesheim' 27 mei 1995 te Zwolle (Nijmegen 1996), 143-153
  • Becker, V., De twee verschillende redactiën der Windesheimsche kronijk, De Katholiek 21 (1885), 388-404
  • Becker, V., Een woord over het Chronicon Windeshemense, Onze Wachter 1 (1882), 211-235
  • Becker, V., Eene onbekende kronijk van het klooster te Windesheim, Bijdragen en Mededelingen van het Historisch Genootschap 10 (1887), 197-199
  • Breure, L., Doodsbeleving en levenshouding. Een historisch-psychologische studie betreffende de Moderne Devotie in het IJsselgebied in de 14e en 15e eeuw (Hilversum 1987)
  • Carasso-Kok, M., Repertorium van verhalende historische bronnen uit de middeleeuwen. Heiligenlevens, annalen, kronieken en andere in Nederland geschreven verhalende bronnen (Den Haag 1981), 322-325; 301
  • Chevalier, U., Répertoire des sources historiques du Moyen Age. Bio-bibliographie I (Paris 1903); k. 735
  • Coens, M., Vie de S. Lebuin, Analecta Bollandiana 34/35 (1916), 306-319
  • Dijk, M. van, Disciples of the Deep Desert: Windesheim Biographers and the Imitation of the Desert Fathers, Church History and Religious Culture 86 (2006), 257-289
  • Dijk, M. van, Naar voorbeeld van de vaders. De moderne devoten en hun bronnen, Ons geestelijk erf 80 (2009), 139-141
  • Epinay-Burgard, G., Gérard Grote (1340-1384) et les débuts de la Dévotion Moderne (Mainz, Wiesbaden 1970)
  • Gerretsen, J.H., Florentius Radewijns (Nijmegen 1891)
  • Geurts, A.J., Moderne devotie. Figuren en facetten. Tentoonstelling ter herdenking van het sterfjaar van Geert Grote 1384-1984 (Nijmegen 1984)
  • Goudriaan, Koen, De derde orde als onderdeel van de Moderne Devotie, Ons geestelijk erf 74 (2000), 9-32
  • Goudriaan, Koen, Geert Grote: a Founder Fading into Oblivion?, in: Weijert, Rolf de; Ragetli, Kim; Bijsterveld, Arnoud-Jan A. van; Arenthals, Jeannette van (eds), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum 2011), 165-177, 174-175
  • Grube, K., Des Augustiner Propstes Iohannes Busch Chronicon Windeshemense und Liber de reformatione monasteriorum (Halle 1886)
  • Hedlund, M., Epistola de vita et passione Domini Nostri. Der lateinische Text mit Einleitung und Kommentar kritisch herausgegeben (Leiden 1975), 68
  • Iserloh, E., Johannes Busch, in: , Lexikon des Mittelalters II (München, Zürich 1983), 1115-1116
  • Kohl, W; Weiler, A.G.; Persoons, E, Monasticon Windeshemense III: Niederlande (Brussel 1980), 476-512
  • Lehmann, P., Reste einer Frühfassung von Johann Buschs Windesheimer Chronik, Historisches Jahrbuch 54 (1934), 230-239
  • Lesser, B., Johannes Busch: Chronist der Devotio Moderna. Werkstruktur, Überlieferung, Rezeption (Frankfurt am Main 2005)
  • Meinsma, K.O., Middeleeuwsche bibliotheken (Zutphen 1903), 284-287
  • Muller Fz., S., Lijst van Noord-Nederlandsche kronijken met opgave van bestaande handschriften en litteratuur (Utrecht 1880), 82-83
  • Persoons, E; Kohl, W; Weiler, A.G., Monasticon Windeshemense II: Deutsches Sprachgebiet (Brussel 1977), 198-208
  • Persoons, E; Lourdaux, W., Petri Trudonensis. Catalogus scriptorum Windeshemensium (Leuven 1968), 83-88
  • Post, R.R., The Modern Devotion. Confrontation with reformation and humanism (Leiden 1968), 516-520
  • Potthast, A.F., Repertorium fontium historiae medii avii, primum ab Augusto Potthast digestum, nunc cura collegii historicorum e pluribus nationibus emendatum et auctum II (Rome 1967), 612-613
  • Rademaker-Helfferich, Bonny, Thomas a Kempis en de moderne devotie: tentoonstellingscatalogus (Brussel 1971), 17
  • Raley, J.M., 'A Revised Chronology for the Inquisitors of the Brothers and Sisters of the Common Life, ca. 1393-1409', Ons geestelijk erf 83 (2012), 57-95
  • Romein, J., Geschiedenis van de Noord-Nederlandsche geschiedschrijving in de middeleeuwen. Bijdrage tot de beschavingsgeschiedenis (Haarlem 1932), 178-181
  • Scheepsma, W., 'Verzamelt de overgebleven brokken, opdat niets verloren ga'. Over Latijnse en Middelnederlandse levensbeschrijvingen in de sfeer van de Moderne Devotie, in: Wackers, P.W.M., Verraders en bruggenbouwers. Verkenningen naar de relatie tussen Latinitas en Middelnederlandse letterkunde (Amsterdam 1996), 211-238, 334-346
  • Scheepsma, W., Deemoed en devotie. De koorvrouwen van Windesheim en hun geschriften (Amsterdam 1997)
  • Scheepsma, W., Het Kapittel van Windesheim en de zielzorg voor vrouwen, Madoc (1995), 255-264
  • Scheepsma, W., Johannes Busch, in: Dunphy, G., The encyclopedia of the medieval chronicle (Leiden, Boston 2010), 227-228
  • Schulze, L., Analekten. Des Johannes Busch bisher unbekannte Schriften, Zeitschrift für Kirchengeschichte 11 (1890), 586-595
  • Staubach, N., Das Wunder der Devotio Moderna. Neue Aspekte im Werk des Windesheimer Geschichtschreibers Johannes Busch, in: Hendrikman, A.J., Windesheim 1395-1995. Kloosters, teksten, invloeden. Voordrachten gehouden tijdens het internationale congres '600 jaar Kapittel van Windesheim' 27 mei 1995 te Zwolle (Nijmegen 1996), 170-185
  • Wansem, C. van der, Het ontstaan en de geschiedenis der Broederschap van het Gemene Leven tot 1400 (Leuven 1958)
  • Wierda, L., Moderne devoten en hun boeken. Enkele observaties bij betreffende de boekproduktie bij Windesheimers en fraters, in: Hendrikman, A.J., Windesheim 1395-1995. Kloosters, teksten, invloeden. Voordrachten gehouden tijdens het internationale congres '600 jaar Kapittel van Windesheim' 27 mei 1995 te Zwolle (Nijmegen 1996), 98-127
  • Wind, S. de, Bibliotheek der Nederlandsche geschiedschrijvers I (Middelburg 1835), 76
  • Woude, S. van der, Johannes Busch, Windesheimer kloosterreformator en kroniekschrijver (Edam 1947), 129, 142-151
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Authors

Personal details
Name Johannes Busch
Sex male
Year/date of birth 1399
Year/date of death 1480
Additional remarks
Additional remarks Born in 1399 or 1400 in Zwolle, Johannes Busch entered the Windesheim monastery in 1417 and was ordained as priest in 1424. He frequently stayed in several German monasteries of the Windesheim Congregation, implementing reforms. He was in Windesheim between 1454 and 1459, and then returned to Sulta near Hildesheim, where he died in 1479 or 1480.
Role(s) in this text carrier
Memorial text [1046] Liber de viris illustribus
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Memorial text [1047] Liber de origine moderne devocionis
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Role(s) in other text carrier(s)
Text carrier [276] Chronicon Windeshemense (first redaction); Brussels, KB. ms. IV 110
Memorial text [1041] Liber de origine monasterii in Windeshem
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Text carrier [276] Chronicon Windeshemense (first redaction); Brussels, KB. ms. IV 110
Memorial text [1042] De viris illustribus ordinis canonicorum regularium in Windeshem
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Text carrier [243] Narratio de prima institutione monasterii Windesem (Chronicon Windeshemense and other texts); Utrecht, UB, ms. 311
Memorial text [1043] Liber de viris illustribus
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Text carrier [243] Narratio de prima institutione monasterii Windesem (Chronicon Windeshemense and other texts); Utrecht, UB, ms. 311
Memorial text [1045] Liber de origine moderne devocionis
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Text carrier [286] Chronicle (Chronicon Windeshemense (second redaction)); The Hague, KB, 70 H 70-72
Memorial text [1080] Liber de viris illustribus
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Text carrier [286] Chronicle (Chronicon Windeshemense (second redaction)); The Hague, KB, 70 H 70-72
Memorial text [1081] Liber de origine moderne devocionis
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Memorial text in: [278] Chronicon Windeshemense (second redaction); Brussels, Société des Bollandistes, Bibliotheca Bollandiana, ms. 438 [278]

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Keywords (type(s) of memorial text)
  • annals/chronicle
  • biographies
Title and MeMO memorial text ID
Title Liber de viris illustribus
MeMO memorial text ID 1046
Pagination or foliation
Page(s)
Specification
Folio(s)
  • Folio to 107
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Date of creation (physical object)
Date >1400-<1500
Argumentation
  • based on research
Specification 15th century
Date of creation (contents of the text)
Date 1464
Argumentation
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Period covered by the memorial text
Date <1456
Argumentation
  • based on research
Specification Johannes Busch only included the lifes of the brothers that had died by the time he began writing his Liber de viris illustribus (q.v. Grube 1886, xxxxi).
Additional remarks
Original institution(s)
Institution [756] Nieuwlicht, Regulieren (Nieuwlicht Monastery, Regular Canons), Blokker (Westerblokker)
Argumentation
Specification
Institution [433] Windesheim, Regulieren (Windesheim Monastery, Regular Canons), Windesheim
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Name
Name of the commissioning party of the original text
Composition of the commissioning party
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Members of the commissioning party
Commissioning person(s)
Commissioning institution(s)
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Language
Language
  • Latin
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Description of hands
Description of hands
Statement of responsibility
Person(s)
Name Johannes Busch
Sex male
Year of birth 1399
Year of death 1480
Role Author
Specification
Remarks Born in 1399 or 1400 in Zwolle, Johannes Busch entered the Windesheim monastery in 1417 and was ordained as priest in 1424. He frequently stayed in several German monasteries of the Windesheim Congregation, implementing reforms. He was in Windesheim between 1454 and 1459, and then returned to Sulta near Hildesheim, where he died in 1479 or 1480.
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Depository inside the institution
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Additional remarks
Order of the data in the text
Type of registration chronologically
Specification After biographies of the three men, who were the officials of the monastery in 1417, the lifes of the other brothers are registered according to their year of profession.
Filiation
Filiation This text carrier contains the second redaction of the Liber de viris illustribus. First redaction (see Becker 1887) in: Brussel, KB, IV 110 (from Nijmegen) (MeMO TC ID 276). Other 15th century manuscripts containing the second redaction are: Utrecht, UB, 311 (from Utrecht) (MeMO TC ID 243); The Hague, KB, 70 H 72 (MeMO TC ID 286); Paris, BN, Latin 11103 (from Rebdorf); Trier, SB, 1215 and SB, 1216 (from Eberhardsklausen); Kiel, UB, Bord. 6 (from Bordesholm); Copenhagen, KB, GKS 1594 Qu. (from Bordesholm); Berlin, SBPK, Lat.qu. 355 (from Hamersleben); London, BL, Add. 40.882 (from Leuven); Darmstadt, HLHB, 205 (from Vallendar).
Narrative source containing one or more biographies
Biography/gesta of members of a convent (brothers, sisters)
Short summary of the contents Biographies of the brothers of Windesheim monastery, beginning with the three men who were its officials in 1417: prior Johannes Vos de Heusden, supprior Arnoldus Kalker, and procurator Gerardus Delft.
Completeness of the texts
Number of biographies/gesta for men 26
Number of biographies/gesta for women
Structure of the biographies/gesta
  • thematical
Biographical information
Type of the biographical information
  • gifts of the person to the institution
  • miracles and visions connected to the person
  • virtues of the person
  • name of the person
  • special deeds of the person
  • profession of the person into the institution
  • function of the person inside the institution
  • age and death of the person
  • literary production of the person
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Incipit
Incipit Illustrium patrum gesta preclara omni veneracione et imitacione digna in lucem proferre...
Explicit
Explicit ...prestante domino nostro Ihesu Christo, qui cum patre et spiritu sancto vivit et regnat benedictus in secula. Amen.
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Memorial text in: [278] Chronicon Windeshemense (second redaction); Brussels, Société des Bollandistes, Bibliotheca Bollandiana, ms. 438 [278]

Keywords (type(s) of memorial text)
Keywords (type(s) of memorial text)
  • annals/chronicle
  • biographies
Title and MeMO memorial text ID
Title Liber de origine moderne devocionis
MeMO memorial text ID 1047
Pagination or foliation
Page(s)
Specification
Folio(s)
  • Folio 107 to
Specification
Date of creation (physical object)
Date >1400-<1500
Argumentation
  • based on research
Specification 15th century
Date of creation (contents of the text)
Date 1464
Argumentation
  • date(s) are mentioned in the text
Specification A me autem in Windesem (...) ista sunt inchoata, sed in Sultensi prelatura ordinis et capituli nostri in Saxonia anno domini millesimo quadringentesimo sexagesimo 4o utcumque completa. (ed. Grube 1886, 247)
Period covered by the memorial text
Date 1381-1456
Argumentation
  • date(s) are mentioned in the text
Specification
Additional remarks
Original institution(s)
Institution [756] Nieuwlicht, Regulieren (Nieuwlicht Monastery, Regular Canons), Blokker (Westerblokker)
Argumentation
Specification
Institution [433] Windesheim, Regulieren (Windesheim Monastery, Regular Canons), Windesheim
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Name
Name of the commissioning party of the original text
Composition of the commissioning party
Specification (composition)
Members of the commissioning party
Commissioning person(s)
Commissioning institution(s)
Additional remarks
Language
Language
  • Latin
Specification
Description of hands
Description of hands
Statement of responsibility
Person(s)
Name Johannes Busch
Sex male
Year of birth 1399
Year of death 1480
Role Author
Specification
Remarks Born in 1399 or 1400 in Zwolle, Johannes Busch entered the Windesheim monastery in 1417 and was ordained as priest in 1424. He frequently stayed in several German monasteries of the Windesheim Congregation, implementing reforms. He was in Windesheim between 1454 and 1459, and then returned to Sulta near Hildesheim, where he died in 1479 or 1480.
Additional remarks
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Place(s) of production
Users
Intended users/audience
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Usage
Intended place of usage
Specification (intended place)
Depository inside the institution
Specification (depository)
Traces of usage
Additional remarks
Order of the data in the text
Type of registration chronologically
Specification
Filiation
Filiation This text carrier contains the second redaction of the Liber de origine, enlarged in order the cover the whole of the Windesheim Congregation. First redaction (see Becker 1887) in: Brussel, KB, IV 110 (from Nijmegen) (MeMO TC ID 276). Other 15th century manuscripts containing the second redaction are: Utrecht, UB, 311 (from Utrecht) (MeMO TC ID 243); The Hague, KB, 70 H 72 (MEMO TC ID 286); Paris, BN, Latin 11103 (from Rebdorf); Trier, SB, 1215 and SB, 1216 (from Eberhardsklausen); Kiel, UB, Bord. 6 (from Bordesholm); Copenhagen, KB, GKS 1594 Qu. (from Bordesholm); Berlin, SBPK, Lat.qu. 355 (from Hamersleben); London, BL, Add. 40.882 (from Leuven); Darmstadt, HLHB, 205 (from Vallendar).
Narrative source containing one or more historical events
Type of narrative source annals/chronicle
Short summary of the contents Chronicle covering the origins of the Modern Devotion, the life of Geert Grote, the history of the monastery at Windesheim from its foundation until the 1450s, as well as an overview of the other monasteries belonging to the Windesheim congregation.
Annual entries
Information regarding memoria
Type of memoria information
  • founders and benefactors
  • granted privileges (such as the right to have one's own church/chapel; right to ring a (church)bell; right to bury people in the institution's grounds, etc.)
  • gifts
  • history of the heads of the family/superiors of the community/institution (succession series, i.e. gesta)
  • history of members of the family/community/institution (biographies)
  • confraternities with other people and (religious) communities
Specification
Context
General historical information
  • religious and liturgical events (outside the community/institution)
  • political events
Specification of general historical information
Aspects of the history of the institution
  • relations with ecclesiastical authorities
  • building history
  • residents
  • relations with other religious communities
  • foundation
Specification
Additional remarks
Incipit
Incipit Divina providencia senescentem mundum iam iamque ad inferos descendentem oculo pietatis et clemencie sue respiciens...
Explicit
Explicit ...benedictus et gloriosus deus, qui est vita eterna gaudium angelorum et beatitudo omnium sanctorum per infinita secula seculorum. Amen.
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