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Manuscripts, Latin

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

Found in 236 Collections and/or Records:

Biblia Sacra [Bible. Latin. Vulgate], 14th century

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Identifier: MS 7
Scope and Contents This two-volume bible contains the complete text of the Vulgate, except Psalms. There is no prologue to Wisdom.The first volume contains the books from Genesis to Isaiah 65:3 and ends with the words ad iracundiam pravocat me ante faciem meam. The second volume begins from Isaiah 65:3 with the words semper qui immolant in hortis et sacrificant super...
Dates: 14th century
ff. 3v-4r
ff. 3v-4r

Biblia Sacra [Bible. Latin. Vulgate], 1367

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Identifier: MS 9
Scope and Contents This manuscript contains the text of the Vulgate for the Old Testament from Genesis to Esther. It includes the apocryphal Prayer of Manasseh, placed at the end of Second Chronicles.Prologue to the Bible (Letter to Paulinus): starts on f. 1r; this is the letter written by Jerome to Paulinus, bishop of Nola, placed at the beginning...
Dates: 1367
ff. 2v-3r
ff. 2v-3r

Biblia Sacra [Bible. Latin. Vulgate], 13th century

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Identifier: MS 1
Contents The manuscript contains the complete text of the Vulgate, including the apocryphal books.It also contains the Interpretationes nominum hebraicorum ('Interpretations of the Hebrew names'), a list, mostly in alphabetical order, of Hebrew names found in the Bible, attributed to Stephen Langton (died 1228); each Hebrew name is accompanied by a short explanation in Latin.The books of the Old Testament are arranged in an unusual order: ...
Dates: 13th century

Book of Hours , late 15th century

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Identifier: MS 35
Scope and Contents Book of Hours in Latin from the 15th century, of French origin. The Use is not identified, but is not Besançon or Clermont. It may be peculiar to the Abbey of S. Claude, Condat, to which both Kalendar and Litany particularly belong (see the local saints reported under their respective headings).Golden Numbers: on fly-leaf. These are numbers assigned to each year in sequence in a 19-years cycle and are used in order to calculate the date of Easter. Each number...
Dates: late 15th century

Book of Hours, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 47
Scope and Contents Book of Hours in Latin and Flemish from the 15th century, of Dutch origin. The Use is not identified, but Kalendar, Litany, and one Flemish rubric establish a Flemish provenance, and seem to point further to Thérouanne and Saint Omer.Kalendar: starts on f. 1r. Contains commemorations of Saints and Martyr, and other festivities (the most important are written in red). The nonth of January is missing.15 February: ...
Dates: 15th century

Book of Hours and Prayer Book, 15th century

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Identifier: MS 48
Contents The manuscript is a Book of Hours and Prayer Book from the 15th century. It originated in Germany, possibly in Schleswig. All the prayers are for a masculine owner.The Kalendar starts on f.1r. Some entries in the Kalendar that may reflect the manuscript’s provenance are as follows. 30 January: Aldegonde, Virgin; 17 March: Gertrude, Virgin; 3 June: Erasmus, Martyr; 4 July, Odalrici (Ulrich), Martyr; 8 July: Kilian, Martyr; 11 July: Ketillus, Confessor (of...
Dates: 15th century

Book of Hours (Use of Paris), 15th century

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Identifier: MS 36
Contents A Book of Hours from the 15th century in Latin and French, of French origin. The Use is Parisian. The Kalendar and Litany are also probably Parisian. Some of the prayers have masculine endings on the adjectives, meaning that it was produced for a man.Kalendar (in French): starts on f.1Sequences of the Gospels (in Latin): starts on f.13.Obsecro te Domina (in Latin): starts on f.19. This has...
Dates: 15th century

Book of Hours (Use of Rome), 15th century

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Identifier: MS 37
Scope and Contents Book of Hours in Latin and French from the 15th century, of Northern French or Flemish origin. The Use is that of Rome. In so far as the Kalendar is distinctive, it points to Saint Omer (see the local saints reported).Kalendar: starts on f. 1r. Contains commemorations of Saints and Martyr, and other festivities (the most important are written in red).8 June: Saint Omer en fleurs (also known as Saint Audomar, bishop...
Dates: 15th century

Book of Hours (Use of Rome) , c 1503

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Identifier: MS 38
Scope and Contents Book of Hours in Latin from the 16th century, of Italian provenance. The Use is that of Rome. It was probably copied in Bologna and the Kalendar also seems to support this origin (see local saints reported).The scribe has written the Greek word telos ('end') at the end of the Hours of the Virgin (f. 119v), Penitential Psalms (f. 122v) and Office of the...
Dates: c 1503
f. 40v, detail
f. 40v, detail

Book of Hours (Use of Sarum), second half of the 15th century

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Identifier: MS 40
Scope and Contents Book of Hours in Latin from the 15th century following the Use of Sarum. It was probably written for use in the diocese of Lincoln, but the illumination is French, and possibly the hand also (see local saints in the Kalendar for the connection with Lincoln).Kalendar: starts on f. 1r. Contains commemorations of Saints and Martyr, and other festivities (the most important are written in red). Miniatures illustrate activities linked to the season.The...
Dates: second half of the 15th century