Intermediate Sources for the
Manipulus florum

In their section on the sources for the Manipulus florum (Preachers, pp.124-55), the Rouses noted that Thomas of Ireland cites the Glossa ordinaria and Gratian's Decretum as sources for a number of entries. They also discovered that he employed two large Cistercian florilegia from the 13th century -- Liber exceptionum and Flores paradysi -- and an important classical florilegium of the 12th century -- Florilegium angelicum -- as major sources without citation. In the process of developing this critical edition of the Manipulus, a number of other uncited intermediate sources have been found. This page provides links to the entries that have been determined to be derived from uncited intermediate sources, including the Gloss and the Decretum, which were often not indicated by Thomas as his source.

Albertanus Brixiensis, De amore et dilectione Dei et proximi: Adiutorium r,

Gratianus, Decretum: Aduocati b,

Guillelmus Durandus, Rationali diuinorum officiorum: Abusio f,

Iohannes Gallensis, Compendiloquium: Adulacio ar

Petrus Lombardus, Commentarius in Psalmos Davidicos: Adulacio c,

Ps-Guillemus de Conchis, Moralium dogma philosophorum: Ambicio x,

Thomas de Aquino, Summa theologiae, Secunda secundae: Abstinencia b, Accidia h,
   Adiutorium m, Adulacio n,

Vincentius Bellouacensis, Speculum Historiale: Aduocati q,