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Antiphonal

Leaf from Antiphonal containing the Sanctus and Alma chorus domini hymns. First line 1r: ac mediator Agnus ouis vitulus serpe(n)s. First line 1v: Benedictus qui venit in nomine do[mini].Physical Description: Parchment with minor darkening and...

Apocalypse

Text from Apocalypse 21:3-20; likely written in the southern Netherlands. First line 1r: throno dicente(m) : Ecce tab(er)naculu(m) d(e)i cu(m) hominib(us) ./ et. First line 1v: bat muru(m) magnu(m) et altu(m) ./ habens portas duodeci(m) .^ et.

Bible

Leaf from Latin vulgate text containing the Gospel of Luke, chapter 22.11-71 and 23.1-5. First complete line 1r: (et) dicetis patrifamilias domus. First complete line 1v: inuenit eos dormientes p(rae) triesti.Physical Description: Single parc...

Book of Hours

Leaf from Book of Hours containing the Office of the Blessed Mary for Matins during the Advent season. First line 1r: Domine labia mea aperies. First line 1v: Gloria patri et filio : et spiritui sancto.Physical Description: Parchment, slightl...

Book of Hours

Leaf from a Book of Hours. Contains the beginning of the Office of the Blessed Mary for Prime with Psalm 53. First line 1r: Deus in ad prima(m). First line 1v: auribus p(er)cipe verba oris mei Q(uonia)m.Physical Description: Fine parchment, ...

Book of Hours

Leaf from a Sarum Book of Hours in mixed Latin and French; not the 1502 edition by Philip Pigouchet or either of the 1503-5 editions printed by Wolfgang Hopyl for Antonio Verard. First line 1r: De sancto romano. an(te). First line 1v: secundum...

Books of Solomon

Short glosses; containing text from Wisdom 3-4. Possibly written in Germany. First line 1r: no(n) co(n)cidat radix sapientie filii aute(m) adulteror(um) in co(n)suma. First line 1v: liss et spuria vitulanna(m) n(on) dabu(n)t radices alta sines.

Breviary

Matins on Maundy Thursday office. This fragment was removed from a binding. First line 1r: surrectionis gr(ati)am con. First line 1v: Vigilate (et) orate dicit d(omi)n(u)s.

Breviary

Leaf from Breviary, containing portions of the offices of Lauds, Terce, Sext, None, and Second Vespers of the Feast of the Transfiguration (August 6th); most likely written after 1457 when the Feast of the Transfiguration was officially establishe...

Breviary and Psalter

Text from the Sanctoral for 29 August. Written in England; these leaves likely used as wrappers for a set of proclamations. First line 1r: Cunq(ue) mardom(us) tunc maior. First line 1v: ni v(est)re redemptionis materia fuit.

Breviary and Psalter

Text from Psalms 39:11-44:6. Written in England; these leaves likely used as wrappers for a set of proclamations (cf. TAK/1/9). First line 1r: scondi m(isericord)iam tua(m). (et) u(er)itatem tua(m). First line 1v: ra in deo : qu(on)i(am) adhu...

Chronicon

Bifolium showing what is most likely a reference table for the Eusebius-Jerome Chronicon.Physical Description: Parchment bifolium with distinct dry-point rule on 1v and 2r, outer recto and verso somewhat yellowed, inner verso and recto still very...

Collectanea in Epistolas Pauli

Beginning of Peter Lombard's Collectanea in Epistolas Pauli with the opening of the prologue. Most likely written in northern France or the southern Netherlands, from Cambron Abbey. First line 1r: Principia rerum. First line 1v: direxit ...

Collectanea in Epistolas Pauli

Text from Collectanea in Epistolas Pauli by Peter Lombard. Includes the end of the preface and the opening of Romans; likely written in the southern Netherlands. First line 1r: vestigio mare rubru(m) t(ra)nsire fecit. First line 1v: tem eque ...

Commentaria in Epistolam ad Romanos

From the Commentaria in Epistolam ad Romanos by Origen (Rufinus's translation). The text on this leaf contains commentary on Romans 6:3-4. Written at Cambron Abbey in the Southern Netherlands; another leaf (Keio UL 170X/9/18/19) is inscribe...

Confirmation of enfeoffment

Confirmation of enfeoffment by Sir John Paston of Huntingfield, Suffolk and Sir Clement Paston of Oxnead, Norfolk, as executors of their father Sir William Paston's will; granting land at Stodholme Marsh in Wheatley, Norfolk to Robert Bedyngf...

Constitutiones Clementinae

Text from Clement V's Constitutiones Clementinae. Written in England. First glossed line 1r: monachi . si(m)pli : loq(uentia) un(de) de o(mn)ib(us) intelligit(er). First primary text line 1r: p(rae)mittit(er) b(e)n(e)ficor(um). First gl...

Divinae Institutiones

Latin with inserted single Greek words, from the 'Divinae Institutiones' of Lactantius. First line 1r: esse detectam. Hac de causa lapsacenos asellum Priapo quasi in. First line 1v: quos abstulerat aratori : eumq(ue) ipsum sibi co(n)...

Divinae Institutiones

Leaves from Lactantius's 'Divinae Institutiones', containing 6.12.21-6.22.5. First line 1r: Non minus magnum opus est iustitae pupillos ac viduas destitutos. First line 1v: volucribus in predam iacere . sed reddemus id terre und...

Epistolae

Leaf from the first Italian translation of St. Jerome's letters by Niccolò di Berto, originally printed along with the Regula Monachorum ex epistolis Hieronymi by Lupus de Oliveto, also translated into Italian by Matteo da Ferrara. Printed a...

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