Charter pasted into front binding.
Renaissance and medieval manuscripts collection
Glossed Gospels of Matthew and Mark
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1445 (Approximate)Place: France
Library locationsManuscripts and Archives DivisionShelf locator: MssCol 2557Shelf locator: MA 2
NotesOwnership: Given 16 April 1486 by Pyatardi (?), cantor and canon of cathedral of St. Maurice, Vienne, to Father Johannes Burgensis, of the convent "Dominae Nostrae prope Chisas Gardiano." Bought at William R. Williams sale, 1896.Content: 1 hand; different noting hands on f. vContent: Scribal mark at lower left of charter?Content: 22-44 lines in up to 3 columns, ruled in pencil, prickings and occasional catchword visible.Content: 3-line brown initial.Content: 34 long lines, ruled in pencil.Content: Charter 34 long linesContent: Charter has 1 scribe.Content: Charter on parchmentContent: De Ricci, 1315-1316. Chart by Dr. G.B. Guest. Library dossier.Content: Flyleaf (f. v): Contains unidentified text on recto, and note of gift by Pyatardi on verso.Content: Glossed Gospels on parchmentContent: In-house sources do not indicate date or place of this Charter; the item is dated at the top, but the date is illegible.Content: Large red and blue initials, some puzzle design, with penwork extending into border. Alternating blue and red smaller initials. Red and blue placemarkers. Name of book and chapter number in red and blue.Content: Legendarium sanctorum 31 lines in two columns, ruled in pen, prickings visible.Content: Legendarium sanctorum on paperContent: Legendarium sanctorum rubrics, 1-line and 2-line red initials.Content: Note on the Legendarium sanctorum ms proposes date of s. XV.Content: Parchment
Physical DescriptionExtent: 317 x 205 mm.
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b12455533MSS Unit ID: 2557Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): e5dbfd10-c5ca-012f-b83f-58d385a7bc34
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