Feast of St. Lucy (Dec. 13), 1st Vespers-Matins, Lessons 1-6

Dublin Core

Identifier

BB_Llang_0035
Harvard University, MS Typ 0301, fol. j

Coverage

Cambridge, MA

Title

Feast of St. Lucy (Dec. 13), 1st Vespers-Matins, Lessons 1-6

Table Of Contents

Incipit, recto: [...apostolorum iacuerunt i[d est] petri et pauli]//quam versibus adornavit hic multa corpora...
Explicit, verso: Lucia dixit. Audi mater consilium meum. Non satis deo carus//[est qui illi hoc dat...]

Format

Leaf in quire of ten; parchment; 275 x 200 (170 x 130) mm

Description

Script: Gothic textualis rotunda in two coulmns of 30 lines.
Decoration, recto: 1 five-line inhabited initial with St. Lucy, 1 three-line initial, 1 two-line initial, two vertical bar extensions terminating in floral and foliate forms; verso: 4 two-line initials, one vertical bar extension terminating in floral and foliate forms, vertical border of foliate forms in outer margin.

Creator

Giorgio d'Alemagna (active 1441-1479) and others (Matteo de' Pasti)

Publisher

Ferrara, Italy

Language

Latin

Date

1441-1448

Provenance

Leonello d'Este (1407-1450), Marchese of Ferrara, patron; John Allan Rolls, 1st Baron Llangattock (1837 – 1912), former owner; Gift from Philip Hofer, 1967.

Type

Text: Sanctorale

Bibliographic Citation

Federica Toniolo, Il lungo viaggio del Breviario di Lionello d'Este tra le due sponde dell'Atlantico, in Medioevo: arte e storia, Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi, Parma, 18-22 settembre 2007, a cura di A. C. Quintavalle, Università di Parma e Mondatori Electa, Milano 2008 (I convegni di Parma, 10), 564-577.

Files

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Citation

Giorgio d'Alemagna (active 1441-1479) and others (Matteo de' Pasti), “Feast of St. Lucy (Dec. 13), 1st Vespers-Matins, Lessons 1-6,” Broken Books, accessed January 19, 2018, http://brokenbooks.omeka.net/items/show/35.