Both fragments were used as pastedowns in the binding of another volume. Decoration: 2-line initials at the beginning of responsorial liturgy are in red square capitals; 1-line initials are in brown rustic capital with uncial forms of "M" and round forms of "E" and sometimes "D"; rubrics are written in red minuscule; punctuated with the punctus and punctus elevatus (rare); interlinear neumes in the St. Gall style. Script: written in late Caroline minuscule.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of an antiphonary containing: Sts. Sixtus, Felicissimus, and Agapitus (6 August); St. Laurence (10 August); Assumption of the Virgin (15 August).
Antiphonaries. Manuscripts, Medieval--Connecticut--New Haven. Medieval and Renaissance Manuscript Fragments in Beinecke Library. Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library.
Manuscripts, Medieval--Germany--12th century.
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Beinecke MS 482.32
General Collection, BRBL, Yale University
Antiphonary (fragment). General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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Number of Pages: 4
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