MS. Lat. liturg. g. 3
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
to be said privately before, during and after Mass, Office and meals throughout the patronal festival.
13 long lines
Initials, borders. (Pächt and Alexander i. 237)
Crude gold initial and border (fol.3), red initials with blue flourishes, blue initials with rose flourishes. The seribe frequently uses red and blue ink for black in the text
Original blind-stamped binding. Sewn on three bands and bound in brown blind-stamped olished leather over wood boards with chamferred inner faces, each cover stamped with foliate tools, framed by rows of a small oval stamp of pineapple-like cross-hatching, the latter also used on the spine; the pairs of clasps, fastening from the lower to the upper board
The front pastedown is a fragment of a 15th cent. breviary for St. Luke's day.
Provenance and Acquisition
Feminine forms in the prayers indicate that the MS. was written for a nun.
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Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.