MS. Lat. liturg. e. 36
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
Collection of prayers, written for a nun; Italian, s. xiv/xv
(see Leroquais, Les Bréviares 4.368)
(Lerequais loc.cit.), followed by a note of indulgences granted by pope John XXII for adding the name of Jesus to the Ave Maria
pr. Acta Sancti Brendani, ed. P. F. Moran, Dublin 1872, pp.27–44
followed by the Anima Christi itself
consisting of seven masses 'ordinate per beatum Gregorium'
concluding (fol.31) with a litany of the saints
Most of the prayers have rubrics setting out indulgences alleged to have been granted by various popes to those reciting them, and are adapted for use by a woman.
26 long lines, below top line
Plain red initials.
Original white sheepskin binding over boards, with clasp now missing. Sewn on three double cords (but the upper board with the remains of sewing on four alum-tawed thongs), and laced into wood boards covered with pink-stained sheepskin, with the remains of a strap-and-pin clasp (fastening from the lower board to the upper); rebacked and repaired
Fol. i is a leaf from a 12th–13th cent. MS., containing Rabanus' commentary on II Reg. 2–4 (P.L. 109 col. 75B–80B), and fol.35 a leaf from a 14th cent. MS. containing a fragment of a logical treatise.
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.