Leaf from a missal, Italy


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Leaf from a missal, Italy

Material Information

Title:
Leaf from a missal, Italy
Alternate Title:
Catalogue 21
Creator:
University of South Florida -- Tampa Campus Library
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[1] leaf (2 columns, 30 lines) : vellum ; 34.5 X 27.5 cm.

Subjects

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

Notes

Summary:
recto: Alternating blue and red flourished initials. Full-page foliate border comprised of red, blue, and maroon acanthus leaves and floral spray with gold leaf. Historiated initial C featuring St. Lawrence wearing a red robe, tonsured, and holding a quill pen in one hand while the other hand rests on a gridiron. The initial is surrounded with acanthus leaves and gold leaf. verso: Alternating blue and red flourished initials.
Language:
Text in Latin.
General Note:
Original image found in: Sacred leaves litury & devotion: manuscripts from England to Ethiopia.
General Note:
Text identification: recto: End of oratio for the August 9 Vigil of St. Lawrence, Martyr (et intercessione beati Laurentii) followed by a reading from Ecclesiastics 51. Psalm 111:9-10 for the gradual, Matthew 16:24 for the Evangelii (or gospel), Job 16:20 for the offertory. The secret (Hostias quas tibi) followed by Matthew 16:24 for the communion. The post-communion (Da quaesumus Domine Deus noster) precedes the introit for the August 10 feast of St. Lawrence which begins with Psalm 95:1, followed by the oratio (Da nobis q[uaesumu]s omnipotens) and concluding with a reading from 2 Corinthians reading. Psalm 16:3 for the gradual, John 12:24 for the gospel, Psalm 95 for the offertory. The secret (Accipe q[uaesumu]s D[omi]ne) is followed by John 12:26 for the communion. The post-communion (Sacro mune[re] satiati) is followed by the oratio for the August 11 feast of Saints Tiburtius and Susanna (Tiburtii et Susan[na]e nos D[omi]ne). The secret (Adesto D[omi]ne p[re]cib[us] p[o]p[u]li) and post-communion )Sumpsimus D0omi]ne pign[us]) conclude the feast. The verso ends with the start of the oratio for the August 13 feast of Sts. Hippolytus and Cassian.
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:
S04-00141-catalogue-21-recto ( USFLDC DOI )
s4.141 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Format:
Artifact

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Leaf from a missal, Italy,
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Catalogue 21
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[1] leaf (2 columns, 30 lines) :
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34.5 X 27.5 cm.
500
Original image found in: Sacred leaves litury & devotion: manuscripts from England to Ethiopia.
Text identification: recto: End of oratio for the August 9 Vigil of St. Lawrence, Martyr (et intercessione beati Laurentii) followed by a reading from Ecclesiastics 51. Psalm 111:9-10 for the gradual, Matthew 16:24 for the Evangelii (or gospel), Job 16:20 for the offertory. The secret (Hostias quas tibi) followed by Matthew 16:24 for the communion. The post-communion (Da quaesumus Domine Deus noster) precedes the introit for the August 10 feast of St. Lawrence which begins with Psalm 95:1, followed by the oratio (Da nobis q[uaesumu]s omnipotens) and concluding with a reading from 2 Corinthians reading. Psalm 16:3 for the gradual, John 12:24 for the gospel, Psalm 95 for the offertory. The secret (Accipe q[uaesumu]s D[omi]ne) is followed by John 12:26 for the communion. The post-communion (Sacro mune[re] satiati) is followed by the oratio for the August 11 feast of Saints Tiburtius and Susanna (Tiburtii et Susan[na]e nos D[omi]ne). The secret (Adesto D[omi]ne p[re]cib[us] p[o]p[u]li) and post-communion )Sumpsimus D0omi]ne pign[us]) conclude the feast. The verso ends with the start of the oratio for the August 13 feast of Sts. Hippolytus and Cassian.
520
recto: Alternating blue and red flourished initials. Full-page foliate border comprised of red, blue, and maroon acanthus leaves and floral spray with gold leaf. Historiated initial C featuring St. Lawrence wearing a red robe, tonsured, and holding a quill pen in one hand while the other hand rests on a gridiron. The initial is surrounded with acanthus leaves and gold leaf. verso: Alternating blue and red flourished initials.
546
Text in Latin.
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Manuscripts, Latin --
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Illumination of books and manuscripts --
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Missals --
Italy
Liturgics --
Italy
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University of South Florida.
Tampa Campus Library.
773
t Sacred leaves liturgy & devotion: manuscripts from England to Ethiopia
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FHMM
4 856
u http://digital.lib.usf.edu/?s4.141


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