On parchment. The calendar is written continuously, without beginning a new page for each month. Ruled in light brown ink for one column of 18 lines below top line (type 15 with two additional vertical lines for the computistical data, 83 x 61 mm.). Pricking visible in the upper or lower margin.
Written in black and red ink in Northern Gothica Textualis Libraria.
Red heightening of the majuscules and red and blue plain initials.
There is a feast for every day. The computistical data are Golden Number and Day Letter. Among the saints in red: Pontianus (14 Jan.), Pancratius (12 May), Servatius (13 May), Boniface (5 June), Odulphus (12 June), Lebuinus (25 June), Hieron (17 August), Lambert (17 Sept.), Maurice (22 Sept.), Remigius (1 Oct.), Victor and Gereon (10 Oct.), Willibrord (8 Nov.!), Lebuinus or Livinus (12 Nov.).
Books of hours--15th century
fragments (AAT) Manuscripts, Medieval Rubrics
Archives or Manuscripts
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The Osborn Collection
The Osborn collection of 12 fragments of illuminated manuscripts from the 14th to the 16th century
Beinecke MS 525.9
James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection
Extent of digitization:
Complete work digitized.
Number of Pages: 22
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