fl. circa 1423-1434 A.D.
MASTER OF PARIS,
PERITUS AT THE COUNCIL OF BASEL (1434)
This page contains links to Father Petrus Reginaldetus on the Internet, and is updated regularly.
Petrus Reginaldetus, OFM: a short biopsy and list of known writings and editions
Citations of Editions of Friar Peter's works
Zwei unbekannte Pariser Drucke von 1501 und 1502: mention made of the Speculum Finalis Retributionis
Det Kongelige Biblioteck -- Handskrifter -- Ktaloger: Entry for Petrus Reginaldetus
Erzbischöfliche Akademische Bibliothek Paderborn: lists a copy of the Speculum Finalis Retributionis in its Quadragesimale
Speculum Final Retributionis: is listed as Item 3028 at Basel, in the Foster Catalogue of 1883, c/o Yale University
The Mirror of Final Retribution: For Good Works and Evil Ones
Latin PDF, Paris. 1495: Stephan Jehanot for Claudio Jaumar -- c/o Gallica
A New English Translation, with parallel Latin
text, publ. The Franciscan Archive
From the Parisian Edition of 1495 A.D. -- pagination follows Gallica's PDF file enumeration sequence
Prologue, by Friar Guillermo Totani, O.P.
Book I, Part I: Foreword, On the Place of Hell.
Book I, Part II, Chapter I: The First Corporal Punishment is due to a most ardent fire.
Book I, Part II, Chapter II: The Second Corporal Punishment is due to a most acute cold.
Book I, Part II, Chapter III: The Third Corporal Punishment is a great shout of sorrow without cessation
Book I, Part II, Chapter IV: The Fourth Corporal Punishment is smoke without dissipation.
Book I, Part II, Chapter V: The Fifth Corporal Punishment is an odor fetid and very horrible.
Book I, Part II, Chapter VI: The Sixth Corporal Punishment is a terrible vision of demons.
Book I, Part II, Chapter VII: The Seventh Corporal Punishment is a hunger cruelly afflicting.
Book I, Part II, Chapter VIII: The Eight Corporal Punishment is a thirst similarly confixing.
Book I, Part II, Chapter IX: The Ninth Corporal Punishment is the shame and the confusion.
Book I, Part II, Chapter X: The Tenth Corporal Punishment is in touch the greatest affliction.
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