Summary Catalogue no.: 21901
Bible (second part: end of Maccabees to Apocalypse)
Epistle and Gospel list, Use of Sarum
Added, early 15th century. Temporale (fol. 103v), mutilated at the beginning; sanctorale (fol. 105); common of the saints (fol. 105vc); votive masses (fol. 106ra); order of the lessons at matins of the dead (fol. 106rc). A contemporary hand marked the liturgical gospels in the margins (fols. 4ff., 8ff., 15, 18v, 21v, etc.) and sometimes the epistles (fols. 75v, 76v, 79v, 85); another (?) hand added some pericopes in the Epistles of St. Paul (fols. 48vff., 53vff., 58vff., 61vff., 63vff.; see 97 ff.).
106 + ii fol.
Dimensions (leaf): 288 × 185 mm.
2 col. of 52 lines, 188 × 115 mm.
List in 3 col. of 52 lines, 260 × 160 mm.
Good borders, historiated and other initials. Fol. 1 has 16 initials cut from an Old Testament, probably that belonging with this MS., pasted on it. (Pächt and Alexander i. 556)
Illuminated initials at the beginning of each prologue, Gospel and Epistle.
Origin: 13th century, end; list added, early (?) 15th century
; French; list added in England (?)
S. J. P. Van Dijk, Handlist of the Latin Liturgical Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Oxford : Vol. 1: Mass Books
(typescript, 1957); Pächt and Alexander (see Bibliography). Previously described in the Summary Catalogue.
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.