MS. Canon. Liturg. 369
Summary Catalogue no.: 19453
Calendar (fol. 1); temporale (fol. 7) with general rubrics (fol. 101v) and order of the mass (fol. 102v: Paratus sacerdos); sanctorale (fol. 157v); common of the saints and the dedication (203); votive masses (fol. 223v); blessing of holy water (fol. 240v); masses of the Visitation of the Virgin, the Five Wounds (fol. 241v), St. Sebastian, St. Raphael and the Transfiguration (fol. 244), the last three masses being contemporary additions. A leaf with intonations (fol. 249), a treatise De casibus contingentibus in sacramento (fol. 250), lists of feasts (fol. 251) of commendments, the sacraments, a paraphrase of the Creed; Ordo agendorum et dicendorum in missa (fol. 252v: Indutus planeta); prayers before mass (fol. 254v: Quando sacerdos preparat se); missa pro seipso sacerdote (fol. 255: Deus in adiutorium); missa contra pestem (fol. 256: Recordare).
2 col. of 32 lines
Square notation on 8 staves.
Fine miniatures, borders, initials. (P&A ii. 945, pl. LXXX)
Fine miniatures and coloured borders. At the beginning of the canon (113v) a full-page crucifixion by the seaside. Under the T of Te igitur, a group of religious dressed in brown habits like Friars Minor; see fol.195v, and the kalendar.
Provenance and Acquisition
Liturgical evidence for the church of St. Jerome, Spoleto. The diocese of Spoleto had no community of Jeronimites. The church of St. Jerome at Spoleto itself had an adjacent oratory for the confraternity of St. Jerome, assisted by a canon of the collegiate church of St. Peter. At the nearby village of Monte Luco there was an eremo dedicated to St. Jerome. The many other oratories in the diocese can hardly be the places for which such an elaborate book could have been made.
Digital Bodleian (6 images from 35mm slides)