Dialogus miraculorum [Strange, 1851]: XII, 15

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(Fr.) Dans l’évêché de Trèves, mourut un chevalier Henri surnommé Nodus qui avait commis plusieurs crimes. Son fantôme apparut de nombreuses fois, en importunant surtout sa fille. Il était impossible de le chasser, ni avec le signe de croix ni avec l’épée. Finalement, on consulta l’évêque de Trèves qui proposa d'asperger la maison de la fille avec l'eau dans laquelle trempait un clou de la Passion. On le fit et le fantôme disparut.

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CAPITULUM XV De Henrico Nodo qui post mortem multis visibiliter apparuit.

In Treverensi Episcopatu, in quo et superior visio facta est, alter quidam miles erat, Henricus nomine, cognomento Nodus. Nam et ipse malitiosus valde erat, rapinas, adulteria, incestus, periuria, hisque similia, virtutes iudicans. Hic cum mortuus fuisset in provincia Menevelt, in pellicio ovino quo uti solebat vivus, multis apparuit, domum filiae maxime frequentans. Non crucis signo, non gladio poterat fugari. Gladio saepe caedebatur, sed non poterat vulnerari; talem ex se sonum emittens, ac si mollis lectus percuteretur. Cuius amici cum super hoc consulerent dominum Episcopum Treverensem Johannem, dedit consillum ut aqua clavo Dominico superfusa, domus et filia nec non et ipse si adesset aspergerentur. Quod cum factum fuisset, de cetero non comparuit. Eandem filiam genuerat de ancilla sua, cum tamen haberet legitimam; quam cum fuisset adulta, miser corrupit. Non est diu ex quo ista contigerunt.
NOVICIUS: Quid sentiendum est de his qui in bellis sive tornamentis moriuntur?
MONACHUS: Si iusta sunt bella, ut est defensio patriae, nihil eis oberit qui defendendo se moriuntur. Quantum autem delectentur daemones in mortibus illorum qui innocentes impetunt, subsequens declarat exemplum.

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Strange Joseph, 1851. Caesarii Heisterbacensis Monachi Ordinis Cisterciensis Dialogus Miraculorum. Textum ad quatuor codicum manuscriptorum editionisque principiis fidem accurate recognovit Josephus Strange., Köln-Bonn-Brüssel, vols. 2.

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

  • #2944 (Var. H) : Knight, dead, return of. (Var.) a) Knight, dead, almsgiving of. A condemned knight appeared after death to his wife and told her that almsgiving had done him no good. Alpha # 300; CHeist-XII #19; H494 # 193, H525 # 95; Recull # 258. b) Knight, dead, atones for rape. A dead knight appears to his former master and says that he has been restored to life to atone for a rape committed in his last campaign. H494 # 190, H52 7 # 113. c) Knight, dead, returns for confession. 1) The body of a knight is carried into a chapel that he had built in honor of the Virgin. At the elevation of the Host he revives; at the end of the mass, he confesses a mortal sin. H386 # 215. 2) A knight devoted to St. Mary Magdalene is killed in battle but revives to make confession. Alpha # 458; H603 # 72; Recull # 400. d) Knight, dead, returns for prayers. A dead knight returns to ask a living knight to pray for him; the latter promises to do so he will ask God to pray for him. Alpha # 734; Recull # 653. e) Knight, dead, returns for wedding. Two knights promise one another that neither will marry without the other’s presence. One of them is killed in battle; the other announces his approaching marriage at his comrade’s tomb, and the dead knight attends the wedding. H503 # 3. f) Knight, dead, returns from hell. 1) A vain knight appeared after death with scabrous legs, a huge toad in his body and vermin on his genitals punishments for crimes of pride and fornication. libri8-I #44 . 2) Harnessed to a black horse and carrying a clod of earth, a knight appears after death to a friend. He tells his friend that he had deprived a widow of the harness and taken land unjustly. Seelentrost (German) 144; 1; Thrøst (Swed.) 216, 23. 3) A knight, revived from the dead, appeared on a black horse and asked his children to return unjustly gained goods and land since they weighed on him too heavily. Seelentrost (German) 258, 7. 4) A dead knight appears to a comrade and says that he is in torment for having robbed a man in a cemetery. EdeB # 34; H96 # 39; H280 # 14, H310 # 12, H318 # 2; H386 # 222, H389 # 274, H588 # 82.– Arnould, Péchés, p. 130 # 14; 5) A dead knight appears thrice to a priest and says he is being tormented for sacrilege and extortion. H494 # 189. g) Knight, dead, returns from purgatory. A dead knight appears to his sister and says that he is in purgatory. He bids her tell the Dominicans and Franciscans to preach God’s mercy. H495 # 200. h) Knight, dead, returns to raped daughter. A knight appeared after death to his daughter whom he had raped. (See also: 2 731 ff., 4036). Alpha # 523; CHeist-XII #15; Recull # 459; S.T.: V132.1. (© Frederic C. Tubach)
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  • Arnoldus Leodiensis, 2015. Alphabetum narrationum, Elisa Brilli (éd.), Turnhout, Brepols. 532.
  • Polo de Beaulieu Marie Anne (éd.), 1991. Jean Gobi. La Scala coeli, Paris, Editions du CNRS. 736.
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  • Strange Joseph, 1851. Caesarii Heisterbacensis Monachi Ordinis Cisterciensis Dialogus Miraculorum. Textum ad quatuor codicum manuscriptorum editionisque principiis fidem accurate recognovit Josephus Strange., Köln-Bonn-Brüssel, vols. 2. vol. 2, p. 327..

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