Skráningarfærsla handrits

AM 249 d fol.

A Calendar and an Easter Table ; Iceland, 1350-1399

Innihald

1
Calendarium latinum
Vensl

This calendarium latinum formerly preceded the psalter in AM Access 7d, Hs 112.

Tungumál textans
latína
Efnisorð
2 (7v)
Easter Table
Efnisorð

Lýsing á handriti

Blaðefni

Parchment.

Blaðfjöldi
8. 287 mm x 200 mm
Skreytingar

Fol. 8v: A miniature, a Calvarie group a representation of Christ on the cross with Virgin Mary and John the Apostle on each side of him. The miniature is printed in Icelandic Illuminated Manuscripts of the Middle Ages Plate 13.

Spássíugreinar og aðrar viðbætur

On fol. 1r pen trials, names etc. are found.

In the calendar obituaries from the seventeenth century referring to a fair number of ancestors and other relatives of the priest of Skinnastaðir, Einar Nikulásson

On the originally blank fol. 8r, Stefán Karlsson (cf. Overgaard 2003 s. 197 ) has succeeded in deciphring an almost eligible note by the aid of ultra violet light: Eirikur bonde lopz son hefer gefet iungfru mar|iu munka þuer saltara sier til salu | hialpar uar þa lieded fra hingad burdi uors herra | ihesu christi þusund cccc hundrud sextiu ok niu | är

Most of 8r is taken up by a mäldägi hlydär kirkiv - concerning the church of Reykjahlíð, near Mývatn (Suður-Þingeyjarsýsla): A eidum 17. febrúar 1573 (a diplomatic transcription is found in Overgaard 2003s. 218). Above this, four erased lines written in an older hand containing an account etc. are found.

Uppruni og ferill

Uppruni

Written in Iceland in the second half of the fourteenth century. Based on the text on fol. 8r, it can be inferred that Eiríkur Loptsson of Grund presented the manuscript in 1469 to the Virgin Mary of Munkaþverá. According to Overgaard it is possible that the manuscript was intended for Eiríkurs grandmother, Sofía Eiríksdóttir.

Of the Latin Psalter Árni Magnússon mentions on the AM-slip, only fifteen leaves now remain. Eleven of these were used as binding material for manuscripts (now transferred to Acc 7d, Psalter VII) and four for printed books (now in The Royal Library of Copenhagen).

Ferill

As stated above, most of the numerous obituaries of the calendar refer to relatives of the priest of Skinnastaðir, Einar Nikulásson. In all probability the manuscript came into his family's possession shortly after the Reformation and was passed on from generation to generation until acquired by Árni Magnússon.

Notaskrá

Höfundur: Gjerløw, Lilli
Titill: Liturgica Islandica I: Text,
Umfang: XXXV
Titill: Icelandic Illuminated Manuscripts of the Middle Ages,
Ritstjóri / Útgefandi: Halldór Hermannsson
Umfang: VII
Höfundur: Fett, Harry
Titill: Saga book, Miniatures from Icelandic manuscripts
Umfang: 7
Höfundur: Jón Þorkelsson
Titill: Íslenzkar ártidaskrár eða Obituaria Islandica með athugasemdum
Umfang: I-X
Titill: Katalog over Den Arnamagnæanske Håndskriftsamling
Ritstjóri / Útgefandi: Kålund, Kristian
Höfundur: Liepe, Lena
Titill: Studies in Icelandic Fourteenth Century Book Painting, Snorrastofa
Umfang: Rit 6
Höfundur: Magnús Már Lárusson
Titill: Saga, Reykjahlíðarmáldagi í AM 249 d folio
Umfang: V
Höfundur: Overgaard, Mariane
Titill: , Kalendariet 249d fol.
Umfang: s. 193-228
Lýsigögn
×
  • Staður
  • København
  • Stofnun
  • Árnasafn í Kaupmannahöfn
  • Vörsludeild
  • Den Arnamagnæanske Samling
  • Safn
  • Safn Árna Magnússonar
  • Safnmark
  • AM 249 d fol.
  • Efnisorð
  • Tímatöl
    Páskatöflur
  • XML
  • Opna XML færslu  

Lýsigögn