|Author:||Ratramnus, monk of Corbie, d. ca. 868.|
|Title:||Bertram or Ratram concerning the body and blood of the Lord in Latin : with a new English translation, to which is prefix'd an historical dissertation touching the author and this work.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Bertram or Ratram concerning the body and blood of the Lord in Latin : with a new English translation, to which is prefix'd an historical dissertation touching the author and this work.
Ratramnus, monk of Corbie, d. ca. 868.
London: Printed for R. Bentley and M. Magnes ..., 1689.
|Alternate titles:||De corpore et sanguine Domini. English|
English translation of Latin original.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Boileau, Jacques, -- 1635-1716.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
CHAP. I. Of the Author's Name, Countrey and Profession; of his Eminent Learning: With an account of his Works.
CHAP. II. Of his Treatise concerning Christ's Body and Blood, and the Au∣thor cleared of Heresie, and the other Accusations of F. Cellot.
CHAP. III. That this Book is neither wholly forged, nor yet depraved; that Ratramnus is its true Author, and not Joannes Scotus Ere∣gina.
CHAP. IV. Of the the true Sense of the Author in some controverted Expres∣sions.
CHAP. V. That this Treatise expresly Confutes the Dostrine of Transubstantia∣tion, and is very agreeable to the Doctrine of the Church of England.
CHAP. VI. That Ratramnus was not singular in his Opinion, but had several other Great Men in his own and the following Age, of the same Judgment with him in this Point.
Sigebertus Gemblacensis in libro de Viris Illustribus. c. 96.
Testimonium Joannis Trithemii in Libro de Scriptoribus Ecclesiasticis.
INCIPIT LIBER RATRAMNI DE CORPORE ET SAN∣GUINE DOMINI. [ AD CAROLUM MAGNUM IMPERATOREM.] PRAEFATIO.
Sigebert Gemblacensis in his Book of Illustrious Men, Chap. 96.
The Testimony of John Trithemius, in his Book of Ecclesiastical Wri∣ters.
Here begins the Book of RATRAMNƲS Concerning the BODY and BLOOD of the LORD. [To CHARLES the Great EMPEROUR.] The Preface.
AN APPENDIX TO RATRAM, OR BERTRAM, &c.
An Account of the several Editions of Bertram.
In the Preface.
In the Book.
In the Appendix.
A Catalogue of some Books Sold by Thomas Boomer, at the Chi∣rurgeons Arms in Fleetstreet, near Temple-Bar.