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Manuscripts, Latin

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Manuscripts entirely or partially in Latin.

Found in 236 Collections and/or Records:

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

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 a Bible, possibly English, 12th century

Identifier: MS 211/II
Scope and Contents Bible. Ezekiel 23:8-42 (begins: […] cum ea in […] s et illi confre[…] ubertatis eius […] fornicationem […] Propterea tradidi eam in manus amatorum suorum; ends: et vox multitudinis exultantis erat)

Writing Fine manuscript with Uncial titles. One decorated initial.
Dates: 12th century

Fragment of a breviary, 12th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXIII
Scope and Contents Upper part of leaf of a noted Breviary, containing portions of anthems, responsories, and lessons from a Common, probably that of Many Martyrs.

Writing Fine hand in black ink, music neumes. Red lines for musical notation (neums). Blue and red slight filigree initials.
Dates: 12th century

Fragment of a breviary, 15th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXVII
Scope and Contents Leaf of a 15th century Breviary containing part of the Sanctorale from 2nd Evensong of Saint Augustine to Lauds of the Beheading of Saint John Baptist. The leaf is quite faded, and the surface of the vellum has been rubbed/scratched on both sides, obscuring the text in some cases.

Writing A very small hand, in black ink with some red initials and rubrication.
Dates: 15th century

Fragment of a Grail, 12th century

Identifier: MS 211/XX
Scope and Contents One leaf of a Grail, containing part of the Temporale from Ember Friday in Lent to Thursday after the 2nd Sunday in Lent. The music is in neumes. It does not seem to agree with any particular Use. The first line on f. 1r is very faded, as is the bottom of f. 1r, and most of the verso side.

Writing Initials are in red.
Dates: 12th century

Fragment of a missal, 12th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXIV
Scope and Contents Leaf from a noted Missal, containing (on f. 1r) the Epistle Non cessamus, Gospel Loquente jhesu ad turbas ecce princeps units accessit, Secret Sacrificiis qs. dne. intende placatus ut et devotion nostre proficiat et saluti, Postcom. Qs. ops. ds. ut illius salutaris capianius effectiun, cujus per hec wisteria pignus accepimus. Per fra. Adromanos [23rd Sunday]. Ferial Epistle ...
Dates: 12th century

Fragment of a missal, 15th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXIX
Scope and Contents Noted Missal of a central European or possibly Scandinavian Use, containing part of the Sanctorale, from the Introit of the Vigil of the Assumption of Virgin Mary to the Secret of the Octave of Saint Laurence. The Choir parts are noted, as neumes. F. 1r begins with the Choir part, Salves sancta parens. The textual line starts on f. 1r with the Collect, Deus qui virginalem aulem. On f. 1v, the fragment ends on the Secret, ...
Dates: 15th century

Fragment of a missal, possibly English, 12th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXI
Scope and Contents Fragments of a noted Missal, containing part of the Temporale from the middle of the Gospel of Wednesday in the third week after Easter to the end of the Epistle of the Mass Cantate of 4th Sunday after Easter. The text is very cropped, and the first line on f. 1r is XCVI. eterna est. The final fragmentary line on f. 1v is [...]lius uita. As far as is identifiable of the text, it appears to be of...
Dates: 12th century

Fragment of a missal, possibly French, 14th century

Identifier: MS 211/XIV
Scope and Contents A cropped leaf of a Missal, probably Cluniac. It contains the Proper for the following saints: Eucherius (16 Nov.), Anianus and Gregory (17 Nov.), Odo, Abbot of Cluny (19 Nov.), Edmund K.M. (20 Nov)., Columbanus (21 Nov.), Cecilia (22 Nov.). The inclusion of St Edmund suggests an origin of East Anglia, but the hand seems to be French. There are coloured initials, in red and blue, and some rubrication. The leaf is quite damaged in places, especially along the inner edge (orientated from f. 1r),...
Dates: 14th century

Fragment of a music manuscript, undated

Identifier: MS 211/XXXIX
Scope and Contents Music manuscript: plainsong, neumes on 4 lines. Most of the side which constituted the outer of the book wrapper is too dirty to read. On the other side the text include the responsory for Matins in the second Sunday after Easter: [Response] In diademate capitis Aaron lapides pretiosi fulgebant, dum perficeretur opus Dei, alleluia alleuia alleluia. [Versus 1] Corona aurea super caput eius expressa signo sanctitatis.
Dates: undated