Antiphoner, containing lines of the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th responds from Matins of the Common of the Apostles. The text on the first fragment, f. 1r reads It [?] […] tris. […] ste[…] des nolite cogita […] quanum. Dabitur enim [...]. The other side of this fragment starts with habentes splendidas [...]. The second fragment contains ante reges et pre fi...[...]omodo aut quid lo [...] vis(?) in illa ho [...].
Two blue initials.
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The collection is open to all. The manuscripts can be consulted in the Centre for Research Collections, Edinburgh University Main Library.
Fragments of an antiphoner, possibly Dutch or German, 15th century, MS 211/XXX. Edinburgh University Library Special Collections.
Fragments of an antiphoner, possibly Dutch or German, 15th century, MS 211/XXX. Edinburgh University Library Special Collections. http://lac-archivesspace-live1.is.ed.ac.uk:8081/repositories/2/archival_objects/168694 Accessed January 22, 2022.