Detail View: Medieval Document Collection: Noted Missal Leaf : fragment

Identifier: 
exwsms116_1r
Manuscript Identifier: 
MS 116
Title: 
Noted Missal Leaf : fragment
Alternative Title: 
MS 116, recto
Incipit: 
adicient uobis
Origin Date: 
s. XIIex (ca. 1175-1200)
Origin Location: 
France
Description: 
Twelfth-century, French fragment containing the end of the text for the Sunday XV after Pentecost followed by the beginning of the introit for Sunday XVI after Pentecost along with fragments of additional texts for Sunday XVI. On the verso are more fragments of texts for Sunday XVI along with the end of the introit for Sunday XVII after Pentecost, a collect and epistle reading and an incipit for the gradual.
Provenance: 
Uncertain provenance. Probably produced in France in the last quarter of the twelfth century. Possibly loaned to the WMU library school through Jean Lowrie from the Gethsemani Abbey Library of Kentucky in 1974. Now permanently held by Special Collections, Waldo Library. Numerous random inscriptions and scribbles in various late medieval or early modern hands on recto and verso.
Explicit: 
Timebunt gentes aleuia
Extent: 
parchment fragment
Subject: 
Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)--France
Subject: 
Missals--Texts--Early works to 1800
Subject: 
Liturgy
Language: 
lat
Dimensions: 
200 x 125 mm
Material: 
parchment
Binding: 
Excised from a manuscript at an unknown date; now housed in a modern, protective archival mat frame.
Decoration Description: 
Single-line, red-pen versals passim; 3-line red initial "M".
Description of Hands: 
late protogothic (praegothica) script
Musical Notation: 
4-line staff with a line for F in red ink
Additions and Marginalia: 
Inscriptions and scribbles in late medieval and early modern hands.
Is Part Of: 
Medieval Document Collection
Is Part Of: 
Manuscript 116, Western Michigan University Special Collections
Publisher: 
Western Michigan University
Date-Issued: 
2013
Type: 
Text
Format: 
image/tiff
Format-Extent: 
380,663,218 bytes
Rights: 
Copyright 2013 Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, all rights reserved. The digital version is available for educational use under 'Fair Use' guidelines. For additional permission and further information contact the WMU Libraries, Digitization Center: lib-dc@wmich.edu