MS. Lat. liturg. f. 27
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
Fragment: containing prime, terce, sext and part of none of the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours fo the Cross worked in. Starting imperfect at the start of Prime (at 'Deus in adiutorium ...'), and ending imperfect near the beginning of None (at '... summus sicut con[catchword:]solati ||').
Ruled in red-purple ink with 17 lines, the top and bottom ones extending beyond the single vertical bounding lines, which extend the full height of the page. 16 long lines of text.
Good borders, initials. (P&A iii. 776)
Each hour with a four-line (three-line in None) foliate initial in colours on a gold ground; that to Prime (fol. 1r) with foliate extensions framing the text on all four sides; the others with similar three-sided borders (fols. 4v, 6v, 8v). Psalms etc. with a two-line initial in gold with purple penwork; verses with one-line initials in blue with red penwork.
Rubrics in deep red, capitals touched with yellow wash.
Bound in 20th-cent. pasteboards covered with marbled paper.