MS. Canon. Liturg. 355
Summary Catalogue no.: 19441
Not related to the remaining part of the book; Franciscan additions posterior to 1450.
Additions, Italian (?)
Temporale (fol. 10), with general rubrics (fol. 88) and the order of the mass (fol. 88v: Quando sacerdos preparat), ending abruptly in the 19th Sunday after Pentecost; sanctorale (fol. 129), beginning in the mass of St. Mathias; common of the saints and the dedication (fol. 156); votive masses (fol. 173), followed by a missa pro elemosinariis; the Easter prose; blessings of holy water (fol. 187v), meat, cheese and lamb, missa pro congregatione (Deus qui nos a seculi vanitate); Additions by other hands.
2 col. of 34 (canon 17) lines.
Some square notation on 7 staves of 3 or 4 red lines; in the prefaces, 11 long staves to a page.
Fleuronnée initials. (P&A i. list p. 72)
The illumination above the Te igitur is cut out (fol. 93a).
Fols. 1, 191-2, fragments of a Latin chronicle of popes and emperors, 14th century.
Provenance and Acquisition
Italian additions, 15th century (?)