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Acc. 7 e

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Biblia Latina and Petrus de Herentals' Hymn Commentary; France and Iceland, 1200-1499

Name
Wedervang-Jensen, Eva 
Birth
26 March 1974 
Occupation
 
Roles
Cataloguer 
More Details

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
Foliation
The manuscript is neither foliated nor paginated. Most leaves bear indications of what manuscript they once served as covering material for
Binding

Previously stored in a box with a black leather spine and corners. Labels containing names and running titles are preserved.

The leaves are now stored in three P2 boxes (CDX Premier Archival Die Cut Drop Spine Photograph Box). Each single leaf is wrapped separately in a thin paper cover.

History

No history available.

Additional

Record History

Catalogued 26 March 2021 by EW-J. This catalogue text is based on Andersen 2008.

Contents

Part I ~ AM Acc 7 e, Hs 122.
1(1r-70v)
Biblia Latina
Language of Text

Latin

Keywords

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
70 blade + 4 fragments from the margins, ca. 270 mm x 210 mm.
Condition
On most leaves the the first written line has been cut off. Furthermore a large part of the leaves are coated with gauze making the reading of the text difficult.
Layout

Written in two columns of 53 lines. The written area measures 207 mm x 122 mm. Pricking can be found in the outer margin where the whole leaves have been preserved.

Decoration

Red and blue litterae florissae spanning 7 lines with red flourishing.Blue or red litterae florissae spanning 2-4 lines with red flourishing.

Alternating red and blue initials spanning one line.

Red chapter numbers in the margins.

Additions

Contemporaneous corrections in the margins.

History

Origin

According to Andersen (Katalog over AM Accessoria 7, p. p. 113) MS 122 is written in France in the thirteenth century.

Part II ~ AM Acc 7 e, Hs 123.
2(1r-78v)
OPraem
Author

Peter of Herentals (d. 1391)

Note

A psalter commentary

Keywords

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
78 + 3 fragments. Ca. 270 mm x 190 mm
Collation
24 conjoint leaves and 30 single leaves. There are catchwords.
Condition

Several leaves have been trimmed and consequently some text is missing. Some leaves are cut in half or into more pieces.

The leaves are worn and the ink from the other side of the leaf has gone through the parchment; therefore a large part of the text is illegible.

Layout

Written in two columns of 45 lines. The written area measures 190 mm x 130 mm.

Script
Decoration

Red, blue and green initials spanning 3-4-lines; a few of them featuring a palmette in a contrasting colour.

Section signs in red. Quotations from the bible underlined in red.

History

Origin
According to Andersen (

Katalog over AM Accessoria 7, p. p. 118

) MS 123 is written in Iceland in the fifteenth century.

Bibliography

AuthorTitleEditorScope
Merete Geert AndersenKatalog over AM Accessoria 7: de latinske fragmenter, 2008; XLVI
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