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 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 127 Collections and/or Records:

Fasciculus Morum, a handbook for preachers by an unknown author, 15th century

 Item
Identifier: MS 82
Contents The Fasciculus Morum is a handbook for preachers written by an unknown Franciscan friar in the 14th century. This copy was done in the 15th century. An inscription in a 17th century hand, Fasciculus Morum per fratrem Thomam Acclom Carmelitam, tells us that Thomas Acclom of the Carmelite Order was either the scribe of this manuscript or the supposed author of the book.Contents...
Dates: 15th century

Four manuscript documents - bonds of debt, correspondence relating to debt, an account of competition betwixt Bruce and Balliol, 1673-08-19

 File
Identifier: Coll-1383/1/9
Scope and Contents This file contaians: An account of the competition betwixt Bruce and Balliol - a question arising upon the death of Alexander the third. Possibly a 18th c. account of period List of the bonds and debt due to 'Harie Morisone wryter to his Majesties signet quhilk are in the custodie of Agnes Wilkie relict to the said Harie Morisone', 19 August 1673 Andrew Lothian of West...
Dates: 1673-08-19

Fragment of a Bible, late 11th-12th century

 Item
Identifier: MS 211/XXXVIII
Scope and Contents

Bifolium from a lectern Bible, Book of Macchabees, probably late 11th-12th century. Could possibly be English.



Writing

Neat bookhand.

Dates: late 11th-12th century

Fragment of an English Grail, 12th century

 Item
Identifier: MS 211/VI
Scope and Contents One leaf of an English 12th century Grail. Contains the end of the Communion of Friday after Ash Wednesday, and then the service until the beginning of the Tract on the first Sunday in Lent. A modern hand has taken extensive notes in the margins and bottom of f. 1r. Illumination The contents are common to most Latin rites except the Psalm Domine, refugium factus es, which is found in the Missals of Durham and St. Albans, and is substituted...
Dates: 12th century

Fragment of lectionary, 11th century

 Part
Identifier: MS 138/f. 1r
Contents

This seems to be a fragment from an 11th-century lectionary, a book that contains a collection of scripture readings appointed for Christian worship on a given day or occasion.



Writing

This section is in an earlier hand than the rest of the manuscript.

Dates: 11th century

fragments, 9th-15th century

 File
Identifier: MS 211
Scope and Contents

MS 211 is a collection of approx. 55 manuscript fragments, mainly rescued from bindings in which they were used as waste. They were collected by Laing over the course of many years. There are 35 main fragments, and 17 more in MS 211/XXXVI (these were deemed too small to be catalogued by Catherine Borland).


Each of them is described separately. See individual catalogue entries for more details.

Dates: 9th-15th century
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Gradual, 15th century

 Item
Identifier: MS 33
Scope and Contents A Gradual (or graduale) is a book which contains the chants sung during the Mass. It includes the music notation together with the words. Like the Breviary, it is divided into distinct parts according to the two main cycles of the liturgical year, which contain respectively all the parts of the liturgy which vary in accordance to a specific observance (proprium de tempore, 'proper of time' and...
Dates: 15th century

Gradual (Carthusian), late 14th century

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Identifier: MS 34
Scope and Contents A Gradual (or graduale) is a book which contains the chants sung during the Mass. It includes the music notation together with the words. Like the Breviary, it is divided into distinct parts according to the two main cycles of the liturgical year, which contain respectively all the parts of the liturgy which vary in accordance to a specific observance (proprium de tempore, 'proper of time' and...
Dates: late 14th century

Homiliary by Haymo, 15th century

 Item
Identifier: MS 68
Contents Homiliary (collection of homilies, or sermons) by an author named Haymo. It is uncertain who this Haymo refers to. It may be Haymo of Halberstadt, a Benedictine monk at Fulda (died in 853 CE), or Haimo of Auxerre, a Benedictine monk at the abbey of Saint-Germain in Auxerre (died ca.865 CE). Writing Well and uniformly written throughout, with rubrics, blue and red filigree capitals, and one illuminated initial with a complete border at the...
Dates: 15th century

Kalendar, 16th century

 Item
Identifier: MS 212
Contents

This manuscript contains a calendar of saints, which is a calendar of the liturgical or Christian year (also known as Kalendar) that assigns a feast day for on or more saints in most of the days of the year. This particular calendar seems to follow the English tradition, but it belonged to Dutch and French owners. Most pages contain notes in Middle French written on the lower margin.

Dates: 16th century