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MSS. Liturgical (Liturg.)



Introduction

The collection comprises miscellaneous liturgical manuscripts acquired by the Library at different times.


Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 6
Summary Catalogue no. 30595
Summary of contents Processional, with musical notes. Use of Sarum. || (flyleaves) Fragments from a Sarum ritual of the Last Sacraments.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, middle || (flyleaves) 14th century, late
Material parchment

Decoration
Penwork. || -

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 844

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 19
Summary Catalogue no. 30596
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Utrecht (?)
Language Latin
Origin Dutch (?)
Date 15th century, first half
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 844

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 29
Summary Catalogue no. 30597
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rome.
Language Latin and Dutch
Origin French
Date c. 1500
Material parchment

Decoration
Good miniatures, borders, initials. (P&A i. 815)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 845
Manuscript image fol. 13r The Trinity.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 41
Summary Catalogue no. 27886
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rome.
Language Latin and French
Origin French, Paris (?)
Date c. 1470-1480
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniatures by Maître François. Borders, initials. (P&A i. 749)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 383
Manuscript image fol. 200v St. Christopher wades across river with Christ on his back; he looks back at hermit who holds a lantern aloft with one hand and a rosary in the other.
Bibliography
1995
François Avril & Nicole Reynaud, Les manuscrits à peintures en France 1440-1520 [accompanying an exhibition of 1993-4], reprint, Paris: Flammarion & Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1995 [first published 1993], p. 259

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R. Cat. Exh.
1993
[Reproduction only] The Baptism and Confirmation Book, London: Ebury Press, 1993, p. 83 (fol. 110r)
1989
[Bookseller's Catalogues] Eberhard König & Heribert Tenschert, Leuchtendes Mittelalter [Antiquariat Heribert Tenschert, Rotthalmünster, Katalog XXI etc.], 6 vols., 1989-1993, V, p. 370

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 58
Summary Catalogue no. 30598
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rome.
Language Latin
Origin Flemish
Date c. 1480
Material parchment

Decoration
Good borders, initials with arms. Good miniatures added on separate leaves, c. 1500. Fine script calligraphically embellished with 'cadeaux'. (P&A i. 359, pl. XXVIII)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 845
Manuscript image fol. 52v-53r Adoration of the Magi with border of flowers, fruit and arms. Text page has blue 6-line initial D(eus) with hairy man and woman supporting arms; bar border and two knotwork corner pieces, inside flower border with birds.
Bibliography
1997
Bodo Brinkmann, Die flämische Buchmalerei am Ende des Burgunderreichs: Der Meister des Dresdener Gebetbuchs und die Miniaturisten seiner Zeit, 2 vols. (Ars Nova: Studies in Late Medieval and Renaissance Northern Painting and Illumination), Turnhout: Brepols, 1997, p. 221
1995
Susy Marcon, 'Modi decorativi nei codici del Feliciano; aspetti gotici, carolini, antiquari', in L'"Antiquario" Felice Feliciano Veronese tra epigrafia antica, letteratura e arti del libro: Atti del Convegno di Studi Verona, 3-4 giugno 1993, eds. Agostino Contò & Leonardo Quaquarelli (Medioevo e Umanesimo, 89), Padua: Editrice Antenore, 1995,p. 237
Patricia M. Gathercole, Animals in medieval French manuscript illumination, Lewiston, NY, etc.: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1995, p. 19

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 59
Summary Catalogue no. 30599
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Évreux.
Language Latin and French
Origin French, Normandy
Date 15th century, third quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Good miniatures, borders, initials. (P&A i. 733)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 845
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 846
Manuscript image fol. 54r Miniature. Meeting of Anna and Joachim before the Golden Gate. Blue initial B(enedicta). Woodwose with club and pointed shield in acanthus leaf-scroll border with flowers, strawberries and grapes on three sides.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 60
Summary Catalogue no. 30600
Summary of contents Portable Psalter (Gallican). Secular.
Language Latin and French
Origin French, Diocese of Limoges (?)
Date 15th century, end
Material parchment

Decoration
Good miniatures, historiated borders, historiated and other initials. (P&A i. 790)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 846
Manuscript image fol. 4r KL in calendar for April. Occupation of the month has man carrying green branch. Surround border with blue and gold acanthus leaves; bird, animal and male grotesque.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 70
Summary Catalogue no. 30601
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rome. Damaged (leaves cut out).
Language Latin and French
Origin French
Date 15th century, end
Material parchment

Decoration
Initials. Mutilated. (P&A i. 778)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 846

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 80
Summary Catalogue no. 30602
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rome.
Language Latin and French
Origin French, Tours
Date c. 1500
Material parchment

Decoration
Miniatures, borders, initials. (P&A i. 801)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 846
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 847
Manuscript image fol. 13r Miniature. St. John with his eagle on Patmos, writing on a scroll.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 98
Summary Catalogue no. 30603
Composite fol. 1 || main textblock
Summary of contents Cutting without text. || Book of Hours. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin English || Flemish and English
Date 15th century, second half || c. 1460
Material parchment

Decoration
Good border (mutilated). (P&A iii. 1162) || Good Flemish miniatures, borders and initials. Made in England. (P&A i. 323)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 847
Manuscript image fol. 24v Miniature. St. Anne stands behind seated Virgin and Child, with her hand on the Virgin's shoulder. They are attended by angel with blue wings, in rich interior.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 100
Summary Catalogue no. 30604
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Paris.
Language Latin and French
Origin French, Paris
Date c. 1420-1430
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniatures, borders, initials. (P&A i. 663, pl. LII)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 847
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 848
Manuscript image fol. 85r Miniature. Pentecost has the Virgin surrounded by the apostles in a church interior. The dove of the Holy Spirit flying down from a window. Ivy leaf border with cornflowers, carnations and roses.
Bibliography
1996
Sandra Penketh, 'Women and Books of Hours', in Women and the Book: Assessing the Visual Evidence (eds. Lesley Smith & Jane H. M. Taylor), London, Toronto & Buffalo, 1996, pp. 266-280, at pp. 273-4
1989
[Bookseller's Catalogues] Eberhard König & Heribert Tenschert, Leuchtendes Mittelalter [Antiquariat Heribert Tenschert, Rotthalmünster, Katalog XXI etc.], 6 vols., 1989-1993, V, p. 218

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 104
Summary Catalogue no. 30605
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Sarum.
Language English and Latin
Origin English
Date after 1340 (?) and 15th century, beginning
Material parchment

Decoration
Good borders, fine historiated and other initials. Drawing added, fol. 88v, 15th century, beginning. (P&A iii. 592, pl. LXI)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 848
Manuscript image fol. 9v Line-filler decorated with two entwined human-headed dragon grotesques.
Bibliography
1999
Kenneth Varty, Reynard, Renart, Reinaert and other foxes in medieval England: the iconographic evidence, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 1999, p. 296 no. 149
1993
Nigel Morgan, 'Texts and images of Marian devotion in fourteenth-century England', in England in the fourteenth century: Proceedings of the 1991 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. Nicholas Rogers (Harlaxton Medieval Studies, III), Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1993, pp. 34-57, figs. 46-9, at p. 36 n. 5; p. 42 n. 31
1992
Josephine Koster Tarvers, '"Thys ys my mystrys boke": English women as readers and writers in late medieval England', in The uses of manuscripts in literary studies: essays in memory of Judson Boyce Allen, eds. Charlotte Cook Morse, Penelope Reed Doob & Marjorie Curry Woods (Studies in medieval culture, 31), Kalamazoo, Michigan: Medieval Institute Publications, 1992, pp. 305-27, at pp. 318, 323 (List of 'Manuscripts Cited')
1990
M. A. Michael, 'Destruction, reconstruction and invention: the Hungerford Hours and English manuscript illumination of the early fourteenth century', English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, 2 (1990), pp. 33-108, at pp. 41, 46

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 119
Summary Catalogue no. 30606
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Troyes.
Language Latin and French
Origin French, Troyes
Date 15th century, second half
Material parchment

Decoration
Borders and initials. (P&A i. 758)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 848
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 849

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 130
Summary Catalogue no. 30607
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, second quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Good border, initial. Drawing, fol. 8v, 15th century. (P&A iii. 913)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 849

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 132
Summary Catalogue no. 30608
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin Flemish
Date 15th century, middle
Material parchment

Decoration
Borders and initials. Made for English market (calendar contains Utrecht and York saints). (P&A i. 318)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 849
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 850

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 153
Summary Catalogue no. 30609
Summary of contents Portable Psalter (Gallican).
Language Latin
Origin English, Diocese of Norwich
Date 15th century, beginning
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine borders, historiated and other initials. Partly defaced. (P&A iii. 848, pl. LXXXI)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 850
Manuscript image fol. 25r Blue 7-line initial D(omine) with crowned King David holding his sceptre in one hand and pointing at his eye with the other.
Bibliography
1996
Kathleen L. Scott, Later Gothic Manuscripts 1390-1490 (A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 6), 2 vols., London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 1996, II, p. 75; Table I

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R. Pal.
1995
Kathleen L. Scott, 'Limning and book-producing terms and signs in situ in late-medieval English manuscripts: a first listing', in New science out of old books: studies in manuscripts and early printed books in honour of A. I. Doyle (eds. Richard Beadle & A. J. Piper), Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1995, pp. 142-188, at p. 165 n. 29
SCWMSS archive: = REFS. CI.30

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 160
Summary Catalogue no. 30610
Summary of contents Visions, prayers, and rhapsodies composed in 1301-1304 by Johannes de Carnoto, monk of the Benedictine Abbey of Morigny.
Language Latin
Origin French
Date c. 1400
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 850

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 184
Summary Catalogue no. 30611
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, second quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine borders, historiated and other initials. (P&A iii. 937, pl. LXXXIX)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 851
Manuscript image fol. 7r Blue and pink 6-line initial D(omine) with profile of hooded head in blue inner circle framed by a rosette of leaves. Left margin has band border with cornerpieces decorated with acanthus leaves; spray border in top and lower margin with flowers.
Bibliography
1996
Kathleen L. Scott, Later Gothic Manuscripts 1390-1490 (A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 6), 2 vols., London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 1996, I, p. 78 n. 57

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R. Pal.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 186
Summary Catalogue no. 30612
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, beginning
Material parchment

Decoration
Good miniature, fine borders, initials (unusual style). Damaged. (P&A iii. 833, pl. LXXXI)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 851
Manuscript image fol. 7r Blue 5-line initial D(eus) with red and white rose in the bowl of the letter. Surround bar border with cornerpieces and acanthus leaves.
Bibliography
1996
Bert Cardon, Manuscripts of the Speculum Humanae Salvationis in the Southern Netherlands (c. 1410 - c. 1470): A contribution to the study of the 15th century book illumination and of the function and meaning of historical symbolism (Corpus of Illuminated Manuscripts, Vol. 9, Low Countries Series 6), Louvain: Uitgeverij Peeters, 1996, p. 134

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 198
Summary Catalogue no. 30613
Composite fols. 1-155 || fols. 156-200
Summary of contents Choir Psalter. Augustinian.
Language Latin
Origin English, North East (?)
Date 14th century, third quarter || 15th century, end
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine historiated borders and initials. (P&A iii. 651, pl. LXV) || Fine borders, initials. (P&A iii. 1133, pl. CVI)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 851
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 852
Manuscript image fol. 46r Blue and rose 8-line initial Q(uid gloriaris) with David and Goliath. Lower border with lion masks, interlace and white-shaded red and blue leaves.
Manuscript image fol. 187v Gold initial A(ve Maris Stella) on blue and red ground with white filigree decoration. Floriated border with acanthus leaves, gold pine cones, gold clasp and aroids.
Bibliography
1995
John B. Friedman, Northern English books, owners and makers in the late Middle Ages, Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1995, p. 112

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
1994
Christopher de Hamel, A history of illuminated manuscripts, 2nd edn., London 1994, p. 218, pl. 200

Bodleian shelfmark: BDH = R
1993
[Reproductions only] The Marriage Book, London: Ebury Press, 1993, p. 26 (fol. 91v); p. 27 (fol. 93v)

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 232
Summary Catalogue no. 30614
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rome.
Language Latin
Origin Flemish
Date 15th century, second half
Material parchment

Decoration
Good borders, initials. (P&A i. 382)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 852
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 853

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 238
Summary Catalogue no. 30615
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Arras.
Language Latin
Origin French, Franco-Flemish
Date 15th century, second half
Material parchment

Decoration
Borders, initials. (P&A i. 757)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 853
Manuscript image fol. 20r Blue 7-line initial D(omine labia mea) on gold ground. Floriated surround border with acanthus leaves, gold balls and strawberries.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 253
Summary Catalogue no. 30616
Summary of contents Augustinian Matins book (Matutinale) for the use of the Canons of St. Catherine's at Nijmegen (Noviomagus) in Holland.
Language Latin
Origin Dutch
Date 15th century, first half
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 853
Bibliography
1983
Willem Kuppers & Remi van Schaik, 'De Hackforts en en gebedenboekje uit het Nijmeegse Regulierenklooster. Codicologische en historische notities naar aanleiding van Ms. Liturg. 253 uit de Bodleian Library te Oxford', Numaga: Tijdschrift gewijd aan heden en verleden van Nijmegen en omgeving, 30 no. 1 (1983), pp. 1-11

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 280
Summary Catalogue no. 30617
Summary of contents Monastic Kyriale (imperfect) and Venitare, with musical notes.
Language Latin
Origin Italian
Date 14th century, late
Material parchment
Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 853

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 299
Summary Catalogue no. 30618
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Sarum. Mutilated.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 15th century, first half
Material parchment

Decoration
Initials. (P&A iii. 956)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 853
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 854

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 396
Summary Catalogue no. 30619
Summary of contents Portable Psalter. Secular.
Language Latin
Origin Flemish, Bruges
Date c. 1250-1260
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniatures, borders, historiated and other initials. The miniature on fol. 14v is by a later hand, 13th century, end. (P&A i. 282, pl. XX)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 854
Manuscript image fol. 8v Miniature. Nativity. Blue and rose frame with heads of the gospel writers in the corners.
Bibliography
1997
Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Walters Art Gallery, Vol. III, Belgium, 1250-1530, 2 Parts, by Lilian M. C. Randall et al., Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press in association with the Walters Art Gallery, 1997, Cat. 214, 217
1993
Mirjam M. Foot, 'Medieval painted book edges' [written 1989 for Studies in Book Making and Conservation in Honour of Roger Powell, still (1993) announced as 'forthcoming'], reprinted in her Studies in the history of bookbinding [collected articles], Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1993, pp. 439-54, at pp. 443-4
1988
Judith H. Oliver, Gothic manuscript illumination in the diocese of Liège (c. 1250 - c. 1330), 2 vols. (Corpus of illuminated manuscripts from the Low Countries, ed. Maurits Smeyers, vols. 2-3), Leuven: Uitgeverij Peeters, 1988, vol. I, p. 81; vol. II, p. 293

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 397
Summary Catalogue no. 30620
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rome.
Language Latin
Origin French, Bourges
Date 16th century, beginning
Material parchment

Decoration
Good miniatures, initials. (P&A i. 825)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 854
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 855
Manuscript image fol. 11r Miniature. St. Francis receives the stigmata.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 399
Summary Catalogue no. 30621
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rouen. Mutilated.
Language Latin
Origin French, Rouen (?)
Date 15th century, first half
Material parchment

Decoration
Borders, initials. (P&A i. 686)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 855

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 400
Summary Catalogue no. 29108
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin Dutch
Date 15th century, second quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniatures, borders, initials. Group of so-called 'Master of the Golden Scrolls'. (P&A i. 212, pl. XV)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 559
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 560
Manuscript image fol. 89v Miniature. St. Jerome, in cardinal's robe and hat, with his lion standing with his paws on Jerome's knee, showing the thorn in his paw. They are in his study with writing desk, lectern and book-cupboards.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 401
Summary Catalogue no. 29450
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin English, Flemish
Date 15th century, third quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Good miniatures, historiated and other initials. Written in England. (P&A i. 348, pl. XXVII)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 627
Manuscript image fol. 30v In a church interior, St. Anne teaching the Virgin to read, with a small figure of Christ with his orb standing next to her chair. Border with blue acanthus leaves and flowers.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 402
Summary Catalogue no. 29451
Summary of contents Portable Psalter. Premonstratensian.
Language German and Latin
Origin German, South
Date 13th century, third quarter
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine miniatures, initials. (P&A i. 127, pl. IX)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 627
Manuscript image fol. 9v Miniature. Nativity.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 403
Summary Catalogue no. 29452
Composite main textblock || fol. 18v || pastedowns
Summary of contents Choir book. || Cutting pasted into the manuscript. || Fragments from an Epistle and Gospel book.
Language Latin
Origin German, South
Date 1534 || 15th century, second half || 12th century
Material paper || parchment || parchment

Decoration
Some illuminated capitals. Written for Frater Schwayckofer, monk of Sts. Ulrich and Afra, Neresheim, Württemburg. || Good initial. (P&A i. 179) || -

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 627
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 628

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 404
Summary Catalogue no. 29453
Summary of contents Book of Hours. Use of Rome.
Language Latin
Origin French, East
Date c. 1500
Material parchment

Decoration
Good miniatures, borders, historiated and other initials. (P&A i. 810)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 628
Manuscript image fol. 14v Miniature. St. Luke seated, writing on a scroll across his knees, attended by his ox.

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 405
Summary Catalogue no. 29454
Summary of contents Processional adapted by additions and corrections in the second half of the 16th century to the Premonstratensian use, most likely for Park abbey near Louvain.
Language Latin
Origin Flemish
Date 15th century, early and 16th century, second half
Material parchment

Decoration
Coloured capitals.

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 628
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 629

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 406
Summary Catalogue no. 28922
Summary of contents Franciscan Processional.
Language Latin
Origin Flemish (?)
Date 1526-1539
Material parchment

Decoration
Good historiated initials. (P&A i. 400)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 526

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 407
Summary Catalogue no. 29071
Summary of contents Portable Psalter (Gallican). Benedictine, later adapted for Franciscan Use. French and Latin additions, 14th century, middle.
Language Latin and French
Origin English, Winchester (?)
Date 13th century, first quarter and 14th century, middle
Material parchment

Decoration
Fine historiated border and historiated initials. (P&A iii. 360, pl. XXXI)

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 552
Manuscript image fol. 94v Large blue historiated initial S(alvum me fac) with dragon head: Jonah is thrown overboard by two men in a sailing boat, he falls into the jaws of a whale.
Bibliography
1998
Veronika Pirker-Aurenhammer, Die Gumbertusbibel: Codex 1 der Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen. Ein Regensburger Bildprogramm des späten 12. Jahrhunderts (Regensburger Studien und Quellen zur Kulturgeschichte, 7), Regensburg: Universitätsverlag, 1998, p. 98
1995
David N. Bell, What nuns read: books and libraries in medieval English nunneries (Cistercian Studies Series, 158), Kalamazoo, MI, & Spencer, MA, 1995, p. 104: Amesbury 5
1994
Susanne Wittekind, Kommentar mit Bildern: Zur Ausstattung mittelalterlicher Psalmenkommentare und Verwendung der Davidgeschichte in Texten und Bildern am Beispiel des Psalmenkommentars des Petrus Lombardus (Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Msc. Bibl. 59) (Europäische Hochschulschriften, Reihe XXVIII, Kunstgeschichte, Band 212), Frankfurt am Main, etc.: Peter Lang, 1994, pp. 44, 306
1993
[Reproduction only] The Baptism and Confirmation Book, London: Ebury Press, 1993, p. 56 (fol. 40r)

Shelfmark MS. Liturg. 408
Summary Catalogue no. 30622
Summary of contents Processional. Use of Sarum.
Language Latin
Origin English
Date 14th century, second half
Material parchment

Decoration
Illuminated capitals.

Images
Catalogue image Vol. 5, p. 855


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