The James Catalogue Of Western Manuscripts



B.13.3


  • Shelfmark: B.13.3
  • Manuscript Title: Sundry Pages and Cuttings With Illuminated Letters From Various Damaged Manuscripts.
  • Alternative Title:   Manuscript Fragments
  • James Number: 273  View Printed Catalogue Entry
  • Date: Various
  • Physical Description: 
  • Provenance: 
  • Donor: Given by S. Sandars, M.A., in 1870.
  • Size (cms): 23.5 x 20
  • Support: Paper note-book with vellum fragments.
  • Language: Latin
  • Century: Multiple; 12th century; 15th century; 13th century
  • Folio: 
  • Collation: 
  • Notes:    Items and not pages are numbered. Some verso sides of fragments have not been scanned owing to the way in which they have been pasted into the notebook.
  • IIIF Manifest URL:     https://trin-sites-pub.trin.cam.ac.uk/manuscripts/B.13.3.json
  • Online Since:     10/11/2014
  • A note-book containing leaves and fragments of leaves of vellum MSS.
    1. A leaf of a xiith cent. Service-book with lessons and hymn from the Common of Saints (plurium Apostolorum).
    2. A leaf (mutilated) of a xvth cent. gradual noted,
    Feria secunda ad miss. officium.
    Deus in nomine tuo saluum me fac.
    3. An initial from a service-book of German work (xiii early), representing a crowned Virgin (three-quarter length) holding palm and lamp; drawn in white and red on blue ground.
    4. 2 leaves and 4 initials from a late French book of devotions with the Lord's Prayer in French and Ave Maria, and a leaf of the Penitential Psalms.
    5. 4 leaves and scraps from another late French book, with prayers to Christ and the Virgin in French.
    6. Two leaves of an Italian Psalter (xv) well written, with part of the Cantica. Two more fragments, with bits of Psalms.
    7. Initial. Leaf of an Italian Horae (xv), with Penitential Psalms.
    8. Scraps and one leaf of a late French Horae.
    9. Leaf of a xvth cent. antiphona, noted with the anthem Pueri hebreorum. Initial of Christ riding on an ass, alone.
    10. Leaf of late Horae with suffrage of St Elizabeth. Initials from the same.
    11. Three leaves, damaged, of French Horae, with partial border and some scraps.
    12. Scrap from a prayer-book in Flemish.
    13. Leaf and scraps from another prayer-book in Flemish.
    14. Five leaves of late French Horae with part of Litany (undistinctive).
    15. Three leaves of xvth cent. French Horae in large hand, with Prayers in French.
    Sire ie comande a toi
    Fils de dieu point en crucefis
    Biaux sire diex.
    16. Four leaves of small Italian Horae (xv).
    17. Two leaves of Horae in Flemish.
    18. Five leaves of Italian Horae.
 

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