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    • St. Mark

    • Byzantine miniature depicting St. Mark sharpening his quill in front of an open book, from a manuscript on parchment. Mediterranean style architectural elements in background. Gold sky in a gold frame. Presumably this once prefaced the gospel of...
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    • 1 St. John the Apostle

    • Contains 2 columns of 58 lines. Epistle of St. Peter covers most of first page; first Epistle of John starts at Q. Rubricating instructions in margins, also green/red. Contains 2 Peter 1:11-3:17 and 1 John 1:1-3:17. Pricking is visible on inner...
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    • Psalm 80

    • 20 long lines ruled in lead. f. 1 7-line initial Ewith foliate design; majuscule display script for the rest of the word (-xultate). f. 1v Line filler in the shape of a blue fish. Gothic script. Latin.
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    • Paris Manuscript Bible leaf, ca. 1310 A.D.

    • Caption: “Latin Vulgate version written in Gothic script, seen lines to the inch, on fine vellum. The calligraphy and ornamentation on this page deserves close inspection. This form of writing is in marked contrast to the minute, much abbreviated...
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    • Maccabees I

    • Contains 2 columns of 32 lines. From circle of Jean Pucelle. Baguettes around text w/ ivy terminating. Lively figure style protrudes from letter around them, diaper back. Contains the end of the first prologue to Maccabees, all of the second...
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    • Litany from the Office for the Dead

    • Contains the beginning of the litany, presumably from a devotional psalter (given the date of copying), but possibly from a book of hours. 17 long lines. f. 1 Early modern foliation, "189."f. 1v Line fillers of the kind sometimes called "jig saw."
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    • 1 Paralipomenon 10:13-13:14

    • First appeared in early 13th century, after version by Stephen Langford. Tiny text, 11 lines/inch. Red underlining in text indicates error -- correction written in margin. Marks on the inner edge are an indication for rubricators.
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    • Artz Book of Hours

    • Rear end papers contain handwritten family records. On leaf 119v these entries have been deciphered: the 1st records the birth in 1493 of René de Maylle; the 2nd the birth in 1526 of Anne de Maylle, daughter of René and of Anne de Levanne; the 3rd...
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    • Leaf from a Book of Hours

    • Contains parts of two Penitential Psalms: Ps. 129:3-8 and Ps. 142:1-5. Were given to college in gold frame; Line fillers in Maroon/ Blue/ Gold; Initials and line fillers at end of each line are decorated with blue, yellow, and gold
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    • Reading for the 4th Sunday after Pentecost

    • Fragment from Simon of Cremona Sermons copied by Caspar of Meissen (Misnensis) Buxheim, 1434. It is from a known text broken in the 1960s part of a set called "Pages from the Past" or "Development of Written Word." There is a set at Otterbein,...
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    • Music manuscript

    • 7 lines of text and music. Square notation on 4-line red staves. For the feast of the Conversion of Paul (25 Jan.), opening defectively in the responsory for the second nocturn, "Gratia dei sum id quod sum, et gratia eius in me vacua non fuit."
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    • Beginning of Book of Haggai

    • Contains 2 columns of 46 lines, with pricking on both sides of the text. Good example of early 16th cent. decorated initial, Italian derivation. Contains Sophonias 3:17-20, the prologue to Haggai, Haggai 1:1-14.
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