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Necrology and other texts (Martyrologium Usuardi) of the Stein Emmaus priory (O.S.A. can.); Gouda, Librije, no. depot 2316 F 1

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Title and MeMO text carrier ID
MeMO text carrier ID 9
Name Necrology and other texts (Martyrologium Usuardi) of the Stein Emmaus priory (O.S.A. can.); Gouda, Librije, no. depot 2316 F 1
[1203] Martyrology Usuardi c.a. 1v - 81v
[1204] Gospel readings for Sundays and holy days 82v - 93v
[1205] Commentary by Hugh of St Victor on the Rule of St Augustine 93v - 128v
[14] Memorandum book (necrology) of the Stein (Steyn) priory 129r - 138v
Category
Type of text carrier Manuscript with more than one text
Classification Composite
Short description Composite manuscript containing several texts, i.e., Martyrologium Usuardi; Evageliepericopen; Hugh of St Victor, comments on the rule of St Augustinus and a necrology.
Additional remarks The description in the catalogue - D. van Heel, Handschriften berustende in de Goudse Librye (Gouda 1949) 13-14 - is unreliable.
Holding institution Gouda, Streekarchief Midden Holland (formerly known as Groene Hart Archieven)
Collection Librije
Entry number collection
Identifier in collection depot 2316 F 1
Link to online description
Alternative collection Librije
Alternative collection identifiers 932
Accessibility
Additional remarks
Original institution(s)
Original institution(s)
Dates of separate texts
Date
  • >1475-<1500
Author(s)
Author(s)
  • Wouter Jacobszn Maes
Text material(s)
  • parchment
Watermark(s)
Number of leaves 138
Collation
Dimensions (mm)
Height x width 262 x 180
Condition of the text carrier
Conservation
Adaptations
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Cover
Cover material(s)
  • parchment
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Date of the cover
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Additional remarks
Table of contents
Is there a contemporary (e.g. medieval) table of contents in the text carrier? unknown
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Colophon
Is there a colophon in the text carrier? no
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Rubrication
Are the texts in the text carrier rubricated? yes
Heraldry
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Locations of the heraldry in the text carrier
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Illustration(s)
Location(s) of the illustration(s)
  • accompanying a non-memorial text
Types of illustrations
  • decorated initial(s)
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Provenance
Provenance
Marks of ownership
Type(s) of mark(s) of ownership
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Additional remarks
Additional remarks
  • Abels, P.H.A.M, Duizend jaar Gouda: een stadsgeschiedenis (Hilversum 2002), 194-204
  • Goudriaan, Koen, Gouda en de Moderne Devotie, Historisch Tijdschrift Holland 27 (1995), 119-141, 119-141
  • Goudriaan, Koen, Stein bidt voor zijn weldoeners. Het dodenboek als bron van informatie over de betrekkingen van het klooster Stein met zijn omgeving, Tidinge van die Goude 24 (2006), 200-220
  • Heel, D. van, De reguliere kanunniken van het klooster Emaüs in het land van Stein, Bijdragen Bisdom Haarlem 62 (1953), 32-69, 32-69
  • Heel, D. van, Dodenlijst van de regulieren uit het klooster Emaus te Steyn, Bijdragen Oudheidkundige Kring 'Die Goude' 6 (1949), 96-117, 96-117
  • Vorstman, H.A.G, Het klooster Steyn, of Emmaüs, bij Gouda. Uittreksels uit een hs. uit dat klooster afkomstig, Kerkhistorisch Archief 1 (1855), 327-342, 327-342
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Authors

Personal details
Name Wouter Jacobszn Maes
Sex male
Year/date of birth 1521
Year/date of death 1595/02/25
Additional remarks
Additional remarks Wouter Jacobszn Maes was the last prior of the Emmaus priory. After the dissolution of the priory he stayed in Utrecht, Amsterdam, Monfoort and Gouda, where he died. During the Dutch Revolt (between 1572-1579) he kept a diary, which was published in 2008 (Dagboek van Wouter Jacobsz 1572-1579. Ooggetuigenverslag van de troebelen). See also bio on Wikipedia: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wouter_Jacobsz._Maes
Role(s) in this text carrier
Memorial text [14] Memorandum book (necrology) of the Stein (Steyn) priory
Role Author
Specification He wrote the largest part of the necrology
Role(s) in other text carrier(s)

Memorial text in: [9] Necrology and other texts (Martyrologium Usuardi) of the Stein Emmaus priory (O.S.A. can.); Gouda, Librije, no. depot 2316 F 1 [9]

Keywords (type(s) of memorial text)
Keywords (type(s) of memorial text)
  • memorial register (memorial services)
Title and MeMO memorial text ID
Title Memorandum book (necrology) of the Stein (Steyn) priory
MeMO memorial text ID 14
Pagination or foliation
Page(s)
Specification
Folio(s)
  • Folio 129r to 138v
Specification
Date of creation (physical object)
Date >1475-<1500
Argumentation
  • based on research
Specification
Date of creation (contents of the text)
Date >1475-<1592
Argumentation
  • based on research
Specification Created presumably late fifteenth century (requires further investigation). The latest entries are from shortly after the Reformation (1592).
Period covered by the memorial text
Date >1400-<1592
Argumentation
  • based on research
Specification Entries reach back to the first half of XVth century.
Additional remarks
Original institution(s)
Institution [9] Stein, Regulieren (Emmaüs) (Stein Monastery, Regular Canons (Emmaus)), Gouda
Argumentation
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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
Specification
Description of hands
Description of hands littera hybrida
Statement of responsibility
Person(s)
Name Wouter Jacobszn Maes
Sex male
Year of birth 1521
Year of death 1595/02/25
Role Author
Specification He wrote the largest part of the necrology
Remarks Wouter Jacobszn Maes was the last prior of the Emmaus priory. After the dissolution of the priory he stayed in Utrecht, Amsterdam, Monfoort and Gouda, where he died. During the Dutch Revolt (between 1572-1579) he kept a diary, which was published in 2008 (Dagboek van Wouter Jacobsz 1572-1579. Ooggetuigenverslag van de troebelen). See also bio on Wikipedia: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wouter_Jacobsz._Maes
Additional remarks
Place(s) of production
Place(s) of production Emmaus priory near Gouda
Users
Intended users/audience
  • for communal purposes in an institution or community (liturgical)
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Usage
Intended place of usage
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Depository inside the institution
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Traces of usage
Additional remarks
Order of the data in the text
Type of registration in a calendar (Roman/Julian/Gregorian)
Specification Some people are registered for more than one service per year.
Filiation
Filiation
Register of memorial services
Type(s) of memorial services
  • mass (including daily masses that are not a memorial mass)
  • pittances
Number of memorial services 200-499
Frequency of memorial services
  • annually
Executor(s) of memorial services
  • member(s) of the institution
Commemorated persons
Number of the commemorated persons 200-499
Sex of the commemorated persons
Background of commemorated persons
  • members of the institution (member on deathbed)
  • members of the institution (full membership) (e.g. brothers and sisters)
  • people associated with the institution (socially)
Specification Commemorated: residents (canons, donates, lay-brothers) and benefactors. In many cases the year of death of the deceased is mentioned. For patrons, the nature of the donation is indicated.
Supplementary information
The register contains supplementary information concerning
  • about graves
Specification Graves are mentioned a few times, namely when a resident of the monastery is buried elsewhere. On January 13 the donation of a valuable painting is mentioned.
Additional remarks Type of memorial services: default, anniversarius simplex and anniversarius communis are distinguished. Occasionally pittances are mentioned.
Incipit
Incipit
Explicit
Explicit
Illustration(s)
Illustrations or decorations
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