Summary Catalogue no.: 19441
(fols. 1-7) Calendar
Not related to the remaining part of the book; Franciscan additions posterior to 1450.
(fols. 8-9) Feast and octave of the Visitation
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.
iii + 1 + 190 (191) + 1 + i fol., a quire missing after fol.128
Dimensions (leaf): 288 × 210 mm.
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.
Origin: 14th century, second half
Provenance and Acquisition
Italian additions, 15th century (?)
Adapted (2018) from S. J. P. Van Dijk, Handlist of the Latin Liturgical Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Oxford
Vol. 1: Mass Books, Pächt and Alexander, and the Summary Catalogue (1897).
Otto Pächt and J. J. G. Alexander, Illuminated Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Oxford, I (1966), p. 72
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.