see Collation . Number of Items 1 Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) The text in the Liber Aureus de Passione is an amalgamation of combination of Meditationes de Passione , Gospel of Nichodemus and the canonical Gospel of John. Incipit Text
of torment. Particularly characteristic of this meditation are also a series of detailed accounts of the emotional reactions of the women who witness the death and resurrection of Christ, as well as a mimetic elaboration of the extravagant sadism
100-101. [letters of "Amen" are touched with red ink]. Languages of the MS English. Detailed Description of Contents The translation of the Meditationes de Passione is held by its editor, Joseph B. Jenks, to be a faithful translation of the
ofof the purpure; for the cronyng of hys hede with thornes; and, for the rentyng of hys schuldurs with the gret tre of the crose, the whylke before were rent with scorgis and withdrawing ofof hys clothes
year of Henry V copied in one hand. ff. 1r-5r List of chapters/Table of contents 'Old englonde was first callid albyon'. 'and how king henry the v the went þe secunde tyme ynto normanyde and of the sege of roone.