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Leaf from a missal, Italy

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

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 quaesumus 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 quaesumus Domine) is followed by John 12:26 for the communion. The post-communion (Sacro munere satiati) is followed by the oratio for the August 11 feast of Saints Tiburtius and Susanna (Tiburtii et Susannae nos Domine). The secret (Adesto Domine precibus populi) and post-communion )Sumpsimus D0omine pignus) conclude the feast. The verso ends with the start of the oratio for the August 13 feast of Sts. Hippolytus and Cassian.

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:
usfldc doi - S04-00141-catalogue-21-recto
usfldc handle - s4.141
System ID:
SFS0006011:00001

Full Text
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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) :
b vellum ;
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.
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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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FHMM
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