MS. Canon. Liturg. 290
Summary Catalogue no.: 19389
Combined temporale and sanctorale (fol. 1), beginning abruptly in the mass of St. John the evangelist; order of the mass (fol. 31: Indutus planeta), a leaf missing at the beginning of the canon; common of the saints (fol. 40); votive masses (fol. 53v); blessing of holy water (fol. 69v); additions in different handwritings, among which a ritual of baptism (fol. 72v), Extreme Unction (fol. 75), the commendation and burial services; marriage service (fol. 76v).
Provenance and Acquisition
In the litany (fol. 76v) are St. Justus, the companion of St. Clement, who was especially venerated at Volterra, and St. Ansanus, the patron saint of Siena. Though St. Francis does not occur in the litany, his name was left in the collect Satisfaciat (79).