MS. Laud Misc. 358
Summary Catalogue no.: 948
Versary, Kyriale, Benedictine use. Kyriale with troped kyries (fol. 1), Kyrie (fol. 12) and Gloria (fol. 15v); versicles of the graduals and Alleluias, each preceded by their intonations; temporale (fol. 24v); sanctorale (fol. 71), from the Conversion of St. Paul (25 Jan.), to the Conception of the Virgin (8 Dec.); common of the saints (fol. 86) and the dedication (fol. 95v); versicles of the mass for the dead (fol. 96), completed by a later hand. Some historical additions.
Square notation on 9 staves of 4 red lines, 168 × 110 mm.
Good initials. (P&A iii. 206, pl. XXI)
Illuminated initials in red, blue and green (1, 15v, 24v, etc.).
Early 15th century.
Original sewing. Originally pink leather on boards of 14th cent.
Fly leaves at the beginning (fol. 2) and the end (fol. 3) are from a contemporary English antiphonal.
Digital Bodleian (1 image from 35mm slides)