Odo de Ceritona, Fabulae et parabolae [Hervieux, 1896, t. IV]: P32

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Tubach Frederic C., 1969. Index exemplorum. A Handbook of medieval religious tales, Helsinki.:

  • #1663 : Devils render accounts. A Jew taking shelter in the temple of Apollo overhears devils giving an account of their deeds. One is praised for having tempted a bishop to pat a nun on the back, while others are beaten for merely causing death, shipwrecks, etc. The Jew escapes by making the sign of the cross. libri8-II #56; Enx (G) # 21; H11 # 61, H62 # 34, H76 # 182, H282 # 40, H310 # 41, H458 # 12, H504 # 5, H513 # 14, H517 # 106, H568 # 123, H591 # 101, H643 # 7, H678 # 26; JVitryCrane #131 (omits bishop episode); Lib. Ex. # 26; Odo (P) # 32 (Herv. IV, p. 277); Seelentrost (German) 150, 17; Spec. Laic. # 188; Thrøst (Swed.) 226, 1; S. T.: G303.16.3.4.– Arnould, Péchés, p. 157ff. # 40; Gregory, Dial. III, 7; Toldo, Archiv. CXVII, p. 290; VitaePatrum . (© Frederic C. Tubach)
  • #2982 : Laurence, St., legend. Born the heir of Spain, Laurence is transported to Rome by a devil. When a grown man, he goes in search of his parents. One night, he overhears a council of devils, one of whom boasts of having carried him off and of having taken his place at the court of Spain, where he (the devil) turned the country back to paganism. Laurence returns to Spain, denounces the devil and converts his parents. Gesta (O) # 201; cf. H248 # 68 (GL); ML # 49; Odo (P) # 32 (Herv. IV, p. 277); cf. Pauli # 400.– Chauvin II, 193, V, 13, 293. (© Frederic C. Tubach)

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