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St. Louis, Saint Louis University, Pius XII Memorial Library, Special Collections,  VFL MS 064
Description: f. 1 - Norman H. Strouse (1907-1993); sold by Harcourts, 522 Powell Street, San Francisco; donated by William J. Edwards and Shelby J. Edwards in 2017.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 2
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/VFLMS064_44
Language: Latin Century: 15th
View MARC record (VFL MS 064): http://libcat.slu.edu/record=b4479271~S5

Part 1: 1 detached leaf
Description: - parchment - 450 x 330 mm - Written in 7 long lines with music.
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Region: City: Venice
Assigned Date: XVmedSearchable Date Range: 1460 - 1470
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes: ;
Script: Gothic textualis rotunda
Music: Square notation with 4-line staves in red.
Figurative Decoration: Fol. a, verso: large historiated, two-line initial 'D' with St. John the Evangelist on Patmos, mistakenly painted with the appearance of John the Baptist.
Other Decoration: Historiated initial 'D' painted on a gold rectangular field with colorful foliate forms and border extensions highlighted in gold.
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: Folio a
Title: Antiphonary
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Fol. a, recto: Fol. a, recto: "Feria VI ad nocturne, ant. Alleluya, alleluya, alleluya. Ad ves[peras]..."
Explicit: Fol. a, verso: "Dominica ii post pasca. Rx. Dignus es domine accipere librum et aperire signacula [eius]..."
Notes: Chant for the second week after Easter, Friday-Sunday. 
Status of text: fragment
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  Fol. a, recto: Chant for the second week after Easter, Friday-Sunday.

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  Fol. a, verso: Chant for the Second Sunday after Easter, with text from Revelation 5:9 and an initial inhabited by St. John on Patmos.

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