[Book of hours : use of Paris].
1 online resource (201 leaves) : ill.
Contents: fol. 1r-12v: Calendar; fol. 13r-20v: Gospel readings; fol. 21r-30v: Prayers to the Virgin; fol. 30v-137r: Hours of the Virgin; fol. 137r-141v: Litany; fol. 142r-172r: Office of the Dead.
Script: Written in Gothic Textualis Formata, with annotations in five other scripts.
Origin: Written in the first half of the 15th century, ... read morelikely in northern France, possibly Paris. See Travers, pp. 32-37 for discussion.
Layout: Layout: fol. 1r-12v written in 5 columns of 17 lines; fol. 13r-54v, 79r-165v, 190r-201r written in one column of 11 lines; fol. 55r-78v, 166r-189v written in one column of 12 lines; single-ruled.
Decoration: Decoration: One full- (Annunciation of the Virgin) and two half-page illuminations (Annunciation of the Virgin, Office of the Dead); illuminated and gilded initials; penned faces; line fillers and borders.
Binding: 19th cent. red leather, gold tooled. New endpapers layered over earlier marbled ones. Pages trimmed, with gilded fore-edges.
Shelfmark: Ms. 2.
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Electronic reproduction. Medford, MA : Tisch Library, Tufts University, 2016.
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