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Miracle data
Source name: BL Mariale 1
Short title: Toledo
Poncelet Number: 883 - In urbe Toletana cum ab archiepiscopo in die assumptionis
Reference numbers: book3 no.1
Foliation in source: f. 127v
Incipit: In urbe toletana cum ab archiepiscopo in die assumptionis
Notes: Book III begins with a prologue: Ad excitanada corda humilium (Poncelet: 16) 'Book III is imperfect; one or more leaves are missing after f. 127, and probably several at the end (after f. 144). As it now stands, Book III contains 16 miracles, two of them (Miracles 1 and 2) imperfect, besides the imperfect “De theophilo brevis enarratio” at the end. The Toulouse MS contains all these 16 (with two more intervening between our 1 and 2), followed by 31 additional miracles' ( II, 609). The miracle is imperfect at the end due to missing folio. Explicit: Haec cum intentione sedula cordis...
Summary: How the Virgin’s voice was heard in the Cathedral at Toledo on the Feast of the Assumption, complaining that the Jews were still allowed to insult her Son; and how, on a search being made, Jews were found outraging a waxen image of Christ and were put to death (II, 610).