Catholic Church - Book of Hours, 1420

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Catholic Church - Book of Hours, 1420

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Date: 1429

Author:  Multiple Scribes

 

Language: Latin, French

Description: Original is written on vellum, 155 FF of text, not paginated; 14 lines to a page (17 lines in the calendar), ruled in black except ff.28-35 which are ruled in red and written by another hand. The binding is modern, dark green morocco, with gold tooling, title “Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis” and “1429” on the back.

 

Contents: ff. 1-12 Calendar in French, incomplete; in black and red. ff. 13-71 Hours of the Virgins; ff. 72-75 Hours of the Holy Cross; ff 76-78 Hours of the Holy Spirit; ff.78-87 Prayers- Doulce dame de misericorde…; ff. 96-106 Passio Domini; ff. 108-121 Seven Penitential Psalms; ff.122-126 Litany; ff. 127-153 Office of the Dead.

 

Provenance : The calendar and the Litany point to a North French origin for this MS, although the figure style and the architecture detail of the miniatures indicate a follower of the Parisian artist Maitre Francois.

 

Notes: The description of this manuscript comes from E.P. Spencer July 1930



 

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