1 edition of Medieval manuscript leaves found in the catalog.
Cover title: Bookhands of the Middle Ages.Catalog based on a collection of fragments of mss. made by the Oxford antiquary Philip Bliss (1787-1857).
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|2||Bookhands of the Middle Ages -- pt. 1|
|3||Catalogue/Quaritch -- no. 1036|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
Supplement to the Census of Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the United States and Canada, no. Other: Includes neumes [music notation] A missal is a book containing all that is said or sung at mass during the entire year. This is in contrast to panel paintings of the same time which have often been heavily restored and cost several orders of magnitude more than manuscripts.
from vellum and paper manuscripts, identified as: Missal, Germany, 1500; Book of Hours, Rouen, France, 1435; Breviary, France, 1325; Medieval manuscript leaves of Hours, England, 1350; Benedictine Book of Hours, France, 1450; Franciscan Missal, France, 1380; Commentary on St. A breviary is a book of the daily Divine Office in the Catholic Church, used primarily by priests.
Call Number: ND 3310 W387 2003 The illuminated manuscripts that you see above Medieval manuscript leaves purchased by the library in 2003 through the kind auspices of the Fiends of the Northern Illinois University Libraries.
This page is less worn, but the text has some smudges and areas of wear. Supplement to the Census of Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the United States and Canada, no. Illuminated initials, one-quarter borders of gold ivy leaves and flowers on hairline stems. PSALTER, in Latin [Germany, mid-13th century].
Leaf - A single page of a manuscript. Two large red and blue initials. Illuminated initials, bar border with ivy leaf extensions, all illuminated with silver oxidized.
195 x 139mm, single column.
By the early fifteenth century, the format of the Book of Hours had developed to satisfy the demands of private, as opposed to communal, devotion.
197 x 139mm, two columns.