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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:

Fragments of a Grail, 12th century

Identifier: MS 211/XIX
Scope and Contents 12th century Grail, each containing a folio and a half (much cropped), taken from the binding of MS 123 (Isidori Hispalensus Etymologiae etc.). It contains: 1) text from the Off. Ad te domine of Dom. X post Pentec. To Gr. Convertere of Fer. via Jejunii, and parts of 4 sequences. 2) From Ps. Domini est terra et plenitudo ejus in Vig. Nat. Domini to Gr. Exiit sermo In Nat. S. joh.; and one half-folio containing off. ...
Dates: 12th century

Fragments of a missal, 12th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXII
Scope and Contents Four small sections (2 roughly 21cm X 6cm, another ~16.5cm X 5.5cm, and one 14.5cm X 7.75cm at it's widest point) of a noted Missal. Three of the fragments form parts of a leaf containing the middle of the Passion on Tuesday to end of Introit on Wednesday in Holy Week. The other fragment is part of the 1st Prophecy on Easter Even. Two of the fragments of the Passion to Introit on Wednesday on Holy Week obviously fit together (see picture). The final line pf text on the third fragment of this...
Dates: 12th century

Fragments of a missal, late 14th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXV
Scope and Contents Two fragments from a Missal. (I) contains the end of Gospel to beginning of Secret Ds. de cujus gracie tue rore of Thursday, part of Collect, Lesson and Gospel of Friday. Also, end of Epistle, Grail, part of Gospel, Offertory and part of Secret Concede qs. ops. ds. of Saturday after the 3rd Sunday in Lent, and parts of the Mass of 4th Sunday. (II) Contains parts of Prefaces and musical notation, a rubric ...
Dates: late 14th century

Fragments of a missal, possibly Scottish, mid-15th century (?)

Identifier: MS 211/V
Scope and Contents Two fragments of a Missal, probably following the Use of Sarum. F. 1: part of the Passion and Gospel for Wednesday in Holy Week, with Collect and part of the Epistle for Maundy Thursday. F. 2: part of Gospel, Secret and Communion of Maundy Thursday, and of Prophecy, Collect and Lesson of Good Friday.

Writing Possibly Scottish, mid-15th century.
Dates: mid-15th century (?)

Fragments of a missal, possibly Scottish, 14th century

Identifier: MS 211/XI
Scope and Contents Missal, following the Use of Sarum, but with few rubrics. Contains part of Gospel, and Mass for the Common of a Virgin, which begins with In natali plurimarum virginum, and includes the Collect, Secret and Post-communion (f. 2r, Plurimarum virginum non martirum). Commemoratio b. marie quotidie in capella et in choro...officium. Rorate coeli... begins at the bottom of column 1 on f. 2r, and finishes in the middle of the...
Dates: 14th century

Fragments of a psalter, 11th century

Identifier: MS 211/XVIII
Scope and Contents Possibly from a Psalter, it contains part of the Service of the Dead (includes Collects, Anthems, Responds, and Verses preceding Matins, and Matins to the middle of the 3rd lesson of the 3rd nocturne). The usual Psalms, Anthems, Responds, and Verses are found, though occasionally the order varies. The lessons are very unusual, and being much mutilated are difficult to trace. Roughly 1/3 of the first leaf has been cut vertically, and the page also looks cropped horizontally. It is possible to...
Dates: 11th century

Fragments of a sacramentary, 11th century

Identifier: MS 211/XVII
Scope and Contents Part of a Sacramentary, taken from the binding of MS 222. These folios contain part of the Temporale and Commune Sanctorum (the Common of Saints). F. 1r contains Ad Complenda (the In natale Domini ad Sanctum Petrum of the Gregorian Sancamenary); Dom. i. post Natale Domini; Missa de Sancta Maria. On f. 1v there is Postcom. Haec nos Communio, which has been inserted...
Dates: 11th century

Fragments of an abridged breviary, possibly French, 14th century (?)

Identifier: MS 211/XV
Scope and Contents An abridged Breviary (known as a 'Portiforium), with remarkably short Lessons. It contains the Sanctorale from S. Thomas (21 Dec.) to S. Agnes (21 Jan.), and from S. Scholastica (10 Feb.) to Lady Day (25 March). The Proper for the following saints is included: Silvester, Felix, Marcellus, Prisca, Fabian, Sebastian, Anthony (added in margin later), Scholastica, Valentine, Chair of S. Peter, Matthias, Perpetua and Felicitas, and Gregory.
Dates: 14th century (?)

Fragments of an antiphoner, possibly Dutch or German, 15th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXX
Scope and Contents 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...
Dates: 15th century

Fragments of an Augustinian breviary, 15th century

Identifier: MS 211/XXVIII
Scope and Contents Leaves from an Augustinian Breviary, containing part of the Sanctorale from 1st Evensong of the Feast of the Holy Lance, to 2nd Evensong of Conversion of Saint Augustine, including (f. 3r) the Proper of Saint Monica.

Writing Fine, small hand in black ink, with lots of rubrication and initials in red.
Dates: 15th century