MS. Canon. Liturg. 366
Summary Catalogue no.: 19450
Combined temporale and sanctorale. Some rubrics in black (fols. 20–2) for Good Friday and Holy Saturday. At the end, i.e. after the last Sunday of Pentecost, 5 blank leaves have been used for an Epistola domini nostri Ihesu Christi … scripta in tabulis marmoreis … Quod vidistis filii …
Written by at least 4 different hands.
Adiastematic non-rhythmical North Italian neums.
Initials. Fols. 276–84 addition of 12th century. The note on fol. 284v, 'Presbiter Ofredus et Mancafaxia frater ... hunc fecere librum', is of 13th century. (P&A ii. 21)
Large initials (fols. 1v, 22, 39v, etc.). Plain red capitals, some slightly ornamental (fols. 135v, 136, 139v, 143, 147, 155v, 184v, 198v, etc.); spaces left for large initials (fols. 1v, 22, 39v, etc.).
Provenance and Acquisition
The books can be ascribed to the cathedral because of rubrics on fol. 20, 21v, 22.
The note: Presbiter Ofredus et Mancafaxia fratres. Quos de Giuberto peperit patre Florida mater. Hunc fecere librum. Memor esto (fol. 284v) occurs on the last leaf of the additional quire and does not refer to the main part of the volume. The other additions (on 1, 284v) do.
Given by Paulus to Petrus de Cavacenis, priest of the church of St Mary, Vertova, 1298, fol. 284v.
Seems later to have belonged to the church 'sancti Stephani de Gropella'.
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.