Leaf with ancillary prayers, France


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Leaf with ancillary prayers, France

Material Information

Title:
Leaf with ancillary prayers, France
Alternate Title:
Catalogue 24
Creator:
University of South Florida -- Tampa Campus Library
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[1] leaf : vellum ; 21.5 X 13.8 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Manuscripts, Latin -- -- France ( lcsh )
Illumination of books and manuscripts -- -- France ( lcsh )

Notes

Summary:
frecto: Small miniature of God the Father. One side foliate border. One two-line decorated opening initial in gold and blue introducing the Latin prayer. verso: Small miniature of St. John the Evangelist. One side foliate border. One two-line decorated opening initial in gold and blue, and two one-line decorated opening initials in gold and blue, and gold and red.
Language:
Text in Latin and French.
General Note:
Original image found in: Sacred leaves books of hours: illuminated devotion.
General Note:
Text identification: Titles in French introduce Latin prayers of Pope Boniface (Domine Iesu Christie quie hanc sacratissima), and St. John the Evangelist (Mediatrix Omnium from the five orations to the Virgin Mary).
Language:
Items in this collection are only available online; we do not have physical copies of these items in the USF Library's Special Collections. The original items were returned to the donor.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
S04-00061-01929-V ( USFLDC DOI )
s4.61 ( USFLDC Handle )

Postcard Information

Format:
Artifact

Full Text
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Leaf with ancillary prayers, France,
f late 15th century.
3 246
Catalogue 24
300
[1] leaf :
b vellum ;
21.5 X 13.8 cm.
500
Original image found in: Sacred leaves books of hours: illuminated devotion.
Text identification: Titles in French introduce Latin prayers of Pope Boniface (Domine Iesu Christie quie hanc sacratissima), and St. John the Evangelist (Mediatrix Omnium from the five orations to the Virgin Mary).
520
frecto: Small miniature of God the Father. One side foliate border. One two-line decorated opening initial in gold and blue introducing the Latin prayer. verso: Small miniature of St. John the Evangelist. One side foliate border. One two-line decorated opening initial in gold and blue, and two one-line decorated opening initials in gold and blue, and gold and red.
546
Text in Latin and French.
650
Manuscripts, Latin --
z France
Illumination of books and manuscripts --
France
2 710
University of South Florida.
Tampa Campus Library.
773
t Sacred leaves books of hours: illuminated devotion
049
FHMM
4 856
u http://digital.lib.usf.edu/?s4.61


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