[Antiphonary].

Author
Catholic Church [Browse]
Format
Manuscript, Book
Language
Latin
Published/​Created
[between 1300 and 1325].
Description
423 leaves : parchment, ill., music ; 350 x 250 mm.

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Subject(s)
Bookseller
Rare books genre
Getty AAT genre
Summary note
Antiphonary for Rome Use, in a Franciscan church (IX lessons).
Notes
  • Ms. codex.
  • Decoration: 18 historiated initials (fols. 1v, 36v, 46r, 60r, 175r, 201v, 208r, 257v, 270r, 284r, 293r, 300v, 314r, 320v, 327r, 332v, 340r, 364v), 1 large historiated initial portrait of St. Francis of Assisi without stigmata (fol. 340r); penwork initials.
  • Musical notation: 5-line staves, square notes.
  • Origin: Written in Italy, probably Padua, and illuminated by a Gaibanesque miniaturist of the early 14th century.
Binding note
Modern wooden boards and stamped brown Russia leather with metal bosses and ornaments.
Language note
Latin.
Provenance
Obtained by William T. Scheide from L. S. Olschki (Inv. no. 19553).
References
De Ricci, p. 2123, no. 17
Cite as
Scheide Library, Princeton University. M 17.
Place name(s)
Italy.
OCLC
54748161
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