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Subject is exactly "Savonarola, Girolamo, 1452–1498 - sermons"
Eight of the twenty-six sermons on Exodus in this edition (numbered 1-3, 6, 10, 12, 20, and 23) are marked "questa e prohibita" ("this is prohibited").
In Bridwell Library's copy of Savonarola's sermons on the Books of Ruth and Micah, Sermon 7 on the third chapter of Ruth was censored by the removal of twelve leaves (folios 82-93). Only the beginning and the very end of the sermon remain.
The more complete removal of the same prohibited sermon on Ruth in this earlier edition had drastic consequences for the physical book as a whole. When the censor cut out all seven leaves of Sermon 7, he also removed the ending of Sermon 6 and the…
In this copy of Savonarola's sermons on the Book of Ezechiel, the three prohibited sermons in this collection were left undisturbed but a later note states that Sermons 21, 32, and 40 were cited in the Index librorum prohibitorum. The woodcut on the…
A censor tore ten leaves from this collection of Savonarola's sermons, removing the prohibited third sermon entitled "Ecce gladius Domini" ("Behold the Sword of God"), which had alarmed church officials with its apocalyptic warnings. Several other…
In this collection of forty-seven sermons on the Book of Job, a censor marked the beginning of Sermon 14 as "proibita" ("prohibited") in brown ink, and the bottom right corner of the first leaf of the sermon was torn away. It was later repaired, with…
The title page of this edition of Savonarola's Lenten sermons on the prophecies of Amos bears a woodcut depicting the author's public execution. While the assembled men and women look to his empty pulpit, the martyr, engulfed in flames, holds aloft a…
In this later edition of Savonarola's Lenten sermons on Amos, the eleven leaves containing the prohibited Sermon 12 were excised by a censor.
This sermon by Savonarola, never prohibited by the Index, was inscribed by an early owner "Si puo leggere senza scrupolo" ("You may read this without scruple").