MS. Canon. Bibl. Lat. 87
Summary Catalogue no.: 18980
Temporale (fol. 1), beginning abruptly in the lessons of Wednesday of Ember week in Advent; sanctorale (fol. 54), beginning with St. Stephen (26 Dec.); common of the saints and the dedication (fol. 66); votive masses (fol. 72), ending abruptly in the second epistle for the dead. The Sunday masses after Pentecost have the opening words of introit, collect and gospel in the margin.
Melodical accents throughout.
15th century?, Italian: wood boards left bare, all corners rounded; quarter-binding originally of brown leather extending nearly halfway across each board and outlined with triple blind lines; remains of two clasps with brown-leather straps (lost). Spine partly replaced, 18th century, Italian, in lighter brown leather, with gilt lines, stamps and red-leather label. 253–258 × 172 × c. 39–40 mm. (book closed).
Last Substantive Revision
2020-04: Binding description added.