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Acc. 7 d

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Psalters and a Book of Hours; Iceland, England, Norway, 1100-1499

Name
Wedervang-Jensen, Eva 
Birth
26 March 1974 
Occupation
 
Roles
Cataloguer 
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Name
Reykjavík 
County
Gullbringusýsla 
Region
Sunnlendingafjórðungur 
Country
Iceland 
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Physical Description

No physical description available.

History

No history available.

Additional

Record History

Catalogued 06 May 2021 by EW-J based on the information in Merete Geert Andersen's catalogue.

Contents

Part I ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 106
No Title
Filiation

Now transferred to 241 a I fol..

Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

No physical description available.

History

No history available.

Part II ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 107
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
7. 245 mm x 180 mm.

History

No history available.

Part III ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 108
No Title
Filiation

Hs 108 and some fragments kept in Reykjavik once belonged to the same manuscript. The fragments in Iceland count the calendar in AM 249 b fol. and Lbs. fragm. 54, Lbs. fragm 56 together with a fragment from Þjóðminjasafn Íslands, Þjms 1799.

Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
4. ca 230 mm x ca 197 mm.

History

No history available.

Part IV ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 109
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
3. ca 225 mm x ca 165 mm.

History

No history available.

Part V ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 110
No Title
Filiation

The Carmelite calendar in AM 249 a fol and Hs 110 once belonged to the same original manuscript.

Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
29. ca 30 mm x ca 21 mm.
Collation
This part consists of eleven bifolia and seven single leaves.
Condition
The sides of the leaves have been cut down with loss of text; of fols 4-5 and 26-28 only the sixteen bottom lines and the top eighteen lines, respectively, are extant.
Layout
The written area measures approximately 213 mm x 135 mm. The lines are ruled with crayon. There are nineteen lines per page.
Decoration

On fol. 8v a historiated seven-line initial portraying the Resurrection can be found.

Three-line gold-leaf initials occur. Alternating red or blue one-line initials with palmette-decorations in a contrasting colour.

Alternating red or blue zoomorphic line fillers.

Additions
Antiphons are added in the margins.

History

No history available.

Part VI ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 111
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
32. ca 280 mm x ca 195 mm.

History

No history available.

Part VII ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 112
Psalter
Filiation

The calendar in AM 249 d fol, containing a picture of the Crucifixion of Christ, originally belonged to this psalter.

Bibliography

Gjerløw, Liturgica Islandica I: Text p. 144-45 (10r-v).

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
11. 270 mm x 185 mm.
Foliation
Modern foliation 1-11.
Collation
Three conjoint leaves and five singletons.
Condition
The leaves, which were previously used as binding material, have been cut down and consequently there is a loss of text.
Layout
The written area measures 190 mm x 125 mm. Pricking in the outer margins. 23 blind-ruled lines.
Decoration

Red, blue, green or ruby initials taking up two to three lines with palmette-decorations in a contrasting colour.

Alternately red and green 1-line majuscules.

Rubrics and section marks in red. Red, green, ruby, blue or black ornate line fillers.

Additions
Fol. 8v has interlinear Icelandic translations of Psalm 23,10a and Psalm 24,4b (from ca 1600).

History

Origin
According to Andersen's catalogue, Hs 112 is written in Iceland in the fourteenth century.
Part VIII ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 113
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
18. 185 mm x 135 mm.

History

No history available.

Part IX ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 114
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
4. 190 mm x 130 mm.

History

No history available.

Part X ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 115
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
2. ca 200 mm x ca 150 mm.

History

No history available.

Part XI ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 116
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
4. ca 250 mm x ca 180 mm.

History

No history available.

Part XII ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 117
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
1. ca 240 mm x ca 190 mm.

History

No history available.

Part XIII ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 118
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
1. ca 215 mm x ca 130 mm.

History

No history available.

Part XIV ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 119
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
1. ca 180 mm x ca 105 mm.

History

No history available.

Part XV ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 120
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
1. ca 57 mm x ca 100 mm.

History

No history available.

Part XVI ~ AM Acc 7 d, Hs 121
No Title
Language of Text

Latin

Keywords

Physical Description

Support
Parchment.
No. of leaves
1. ca 93 mm x ca 65 mm.

History

No history available.

Bibliography

AuthorTitleEditorScope
Merete Geert AndersenKatalog over AM Accessoria 7: de latinske fragmenter, 2008; XLVI
Selma Jónsdóttir“History of the English Psalter at Skálholt”, Gripla1980; 4: p. 320-329
Lilli GjerløwLiturgica Islandica I: Text, 1980; XXXV
Merete Geert Andersen“Colligere fragmenta, ne pereant”, p. 1-35
Mariane Overgaard“Kalendariet 249d fol.”, p. 193-228
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