MS. Canon. Liturg. 376
Summary Catalogue no.: 19459
Each gospel is followed by the collect of the day: temporale (fol. 1); sanctorale (fol. 130), beginning with St. Stephen; common of the saints and the dedication (fol. 162v); masses for the dead (fol. 172). Additions: Compassion of the Virgin (fol. 174); St. Bruno; In cena domini ad mandatum (fol. 175), i.e. the gospel only. Printed on vellum is a supplement to the Carthusian missal (fol. 182) by Pacif. Pontius, Milan 1596.
Melodical accents in red above the text.
Fine border, historiated and other initials. Pendant of the Epistolar, Milan, Bibl. Braidense, AD XIV. 30. (P&A ii. 686, pl. LXVII)
Some fine illuminated initials (fols. 1, 8, 10v, 58, 70, 77v, 86, 92v, 103v, etc.)
On the titlepage (fol. 1) borders, in the lower margin the crests and arms of Gian Galeazzo Visconti (d. 1402); in the outer margin his emblem, a dove around which the motto A bon d⟨r⟩oit.
Digital Bodleian (2 images from 35mm slides)