MS. Lat. liturg. g. 7
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
Hours of the Virgin
Vespers of the dead
Vigils of the dead
followed by prayers ‘pro defuncto episcopo’, ‘pro famulo defuncto’ etc., including Avete omnes fideles anime
Litany of the saints
Psalms for vespers throughout the week
Prayers to be said in the daily chapter
Hymnal, with first lines only
Tones of antiphons
Lauds of the dead
List of the psalms of matins and second vespers for the common of saints and some other festivals
Grace before and after meals.
19 long lines or 5–6 staves of four lines
Staves of four lines with square, black notation
plain red initials
Blind stamped pigakin over boards. For other exemples of this binding see E. Kyriss, Verzierte Gotische Einbände, Stuttgart, 1954, p.109, no.129.
Provenance and Acquisition
Dominican origin is indicated by the double invocation of St. Dominic in the litany (fol. 58v) and a reference to the two feasts of Petrus Martyr (fol. 115). Binding suggests the Dominican convent of Esslingen, Würtemberg
Bought in 1960.