MS. Auct. D. 3. 2
Summary Catalogue no.: 2032
After the psalter (Hebrew and Gallican in parallel columns) follow the daily and weekly canticles (fol. 235), Te deum and Quicumque, the litany of the saints (fol. 237), antiphons and collects of the office of the dead (fol. 237v) and the order of the corresponding collects (fol. 237vb).
Temporale (fol. 469); sanctorale (fol. 469vd); common of the saints (fol. 470vc); four votive masses (fol. 470vd). Incipits only.
List in 4 col. of 74 lines
Fine miniatures, historiated and other borders, historiated and other initials. Fine penwork borders and initials. Related in style to the Windmill Psalter.(P&A iii. 473, pl. XLVI)
Red leather with gold ornament, English, 16th century.
Provenance and Acquisition
Liturgical evidence for an Augustinian convent.
Fol. 481 (flyleaf), indulgence of Thomas (Winterton ?), provincial of the Augustinian friars in England, late 14th century, with fleuronee initial.
Probably presented by Thomas Randal in 1602.
Digital Bodleian (14 images from 35mm slides)